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Illawarra Election Upset. TWO MEMBERS UNSEATED.-THE FAULT OF THE OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 19 September 1891

Ulawarra Elsotion Upset. TWO UBUBBBS UNSEATED.— THB FAULT O- xhb omciAis. The report of the Elections and Quali fications Committee on the petition of Alexander S pence Artis against the return of Messrs. J. B.'Nicholsonand A. Lysaght for IUa warra, on the grounds of irregu larities In the taking of the poll at BulU, was presented tp the Legislative Assembly last Wednesday -.night. The committee, after cortisidertition of the matter, decided the ejection for1 the electoral district of Illawarn to have been wholly void, and that the irregularities in the conduct of the «aid election were due to error* on judgment -m ,'l(he part of Mr. Henry Strange Fry, the presiding officer at Bulh, and of Mr. Ohas. Frederick Smith, the returning-officer for the electoral district. As a consequehee^pf this' report Messrs. Nicholson and fiy'aasjht, through no fault of their own, loib'tneir seat*. : ? . . ?' .vq A- . , Mr. John Chin, a, resident of Klama for 35 years, died oh the 8th inst., aged 63, l...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

OUR lease of pre- HENRY HEAD, misBB is not expiring, neither are we Belling off for the ? purpose of rushing our Customers for Genekal Cash.. But we do claim to sell at aa STOREKEEPER, low a Price to Good Paying Cvstomert as ___ any Store in the DiB *?«-? Cambewaiira.. Fruit Trees and Camelias in Stock. P I ASO TUNING C. A.~i0WR!RGF fLate of W. H. Paling & Co., Ltd., Sydney.) Visits NOWBA and district periodically for the purpose of Tuning and Repairing, Pianos, Obgakh, and Hakmoniums. gjg* Next Visit : About the beginning of December, 1891. All order* may be left at Evrin's Albion JJotel, and will receive prompt Attention.. MAIZES MAIZEH JSaxxisoa, Jones & Devlia, Ltd,., SYDNEY, Receive Consignments of ^lalre, Oats, &c.. Hides, Tallow, Ac, Calves and Pigs. WE act ns SELLING AGENTS ONLY, bo Constituents may rely pon receiving Fcm, Market Values. Returns and Proceed 7 Days after 8a 'e ADVANCES WHEN REQUIRED. JBaga -fcc. Forwarded when required. MARK WALKED AND...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

WANTED-TBAMS for TIMBER CARTING. Apply FISHBURN & CO., Bodalla. THANKS. I AM desirous of conveying my thanks to the . many friends of tny late huBbantl, John Radnor (who was swept away and drowned in tho recent flood), ' for the liberal way in which they contri ?'T . . buted to my relief. f , ADILINE BLANCHE RADNOR. | ?' : .';-. Coolangatta, Sep. 16, 1891. IVv Received £84 16s. 6d., beta? the ; v,' amount onllactcd on behalf of. myself, and ? family, as per subscription lists. , -, APILINE BLANCHE RADNOR. '.??'?' Cooiangatta, Sep. 16, 1891. ;'5' '' : TVTOTICE ishereby given that meetings '??J vJ3l of the Local Laud Boards, under the provisions of the Crown Lands Act of 1884, will be held on the date's and at the ? places set forth hereundor : — ' ' Cottrt-Houbb, NOWRA, 29th OC TOBER. ? A. 0. MORURTY, '' ? ? ?-- Chairman. Local Land Board Office,1! ?J- ' ?'? : Goolbarn, Sep. 19,1891. *?...- :'?'?-' . :.,„ Munioipal 33iBtiict of Bexiy. . TENDERS ' will be reecwed by this Counc...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

Br 1'LOKU.INE' — KOU THE TEETH ANU f\ ';?'?'- IBjiHATH — A few drops- of tb.o liquid iv- ?'?.? *? ITiorilins ' sprinkled on a wot too**' Cs~'- ' '? fcrush produces a pleasunt lather, wb.on ?' ' / iboEQUghl? oleaaees the teeth from all pur '.-'*.' /isites or imparities, hardens tho ^mns 1 ? ': prevents tartar, 6tope decay, gi^es to the ieeth a peculiar pearl)'- whiteness, and a jielurhtful frHgianoe to the breath. It removesail unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. 'The fragrant Floriliae,' being composed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, is de licious to the taste, and the greatest toiler discovery of the age. Price 2s. 6d., of *U~ Chemists and Perfumers. Whole sale depot removed to 33, Parringdon goad, London, England. Valuable Discovert tor tbb Haib — If'your huir ib turning grey or white, or failing off use ' The Mexican Hair Benewor,' for it will positively j-ostorein pvery case Grey or White hair to its iorigmal colour, without leaving the dis agreeable ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

L00AL NEWS. ... ^ ?? '? - The tender 'of Walter Bright has been accepted for repairs, &c., Gerringong ., ,. -Jetty, £73010*. ShoaluatKh Land Board will meet on '' ' 59thOotober. The Berry Council require tenders for . metalling. See advertisement. ' ? ' Pdbuo Gates. — John Walker Is to be granted permission to erect puuno gates on the road from Brogor's Creek t» Gerringong Creek, on the eastern side of Kangaroo River. Sib Henry Parket will lay the founda tion etone of the new School uf Arts buildings In Nowra next Saturday at 4 p.m., and in the evening will attend n concert in the Public Hall. Ih several recent issues the adrertiso ? tnent relating to Mr, John Norton's bluod horao 'Stamford' did not contain the name of theanimnl's dam — Lomonndn, by Hawthornden (imp.) The advertisement appears to-day in a corrected form. - Scholastic — Mr. Robert Al'.ardyco, who «h one time teacher of the Terara Public School, but retired from the Department shortly after leaving Shonl have,...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

*' To* TO11 W«vw Gat Better, Casoliae.' ' When the warn »triku me I thaU bt washed aieay and drcxened I' So oried a sailor, dinging to a half sunken wreck, as he saw a trumond'ius sea rolling towards him. Tet he lived to tell the tale safe on shore. 'Before thit time next week Ithallbe dead r , So said a woman in a time of great fear. Tet she also lived — and still lives — to ex plain her titufttioo. Here is hor story, told in her own words and in hor own way. Site snys : — ' One day in September, 1887, 1 stood at the top of a fliglit of olevon steps, about ij go down. Suddenly I was tuken with a giddy sensation. Kvorything seomed tu swini around mo, and I fell. I tolled to the bottom of the steps And was picked up insensible, with, a broken arm. The doctor recommended rost and quietness. Id ? faw days I was bettor, but still felt the shook to my nervous system. ' Then many bad symptoms appeared. I had nn uncomfortable feeling all oror me which I cannot describe. I ooultlu't eat ; m...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Numba Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

ITam'bft Municipal' Couaoil. A meeting of the aliovenamed Council was lieki at 2 p.m. ]ast Thurs day, 24th inst. Present— Tl»e Mayor (Mr. Jos. Davis), Aldermen Ryan and Pollock. Correspondence included letters from Colonial Treasurer, granting an extension of time for one month for the purpose of preparing tho half yearly balance sheet ; and (2) from H. L. Whittell re money due hy John Sirman, stilting that he would endea vour to get the balance paid without cost to the Council. Tiie Major directed the Council's ftttrmtion to the bad state of the streets of the township, pointing out that in many places there were large holes caused by the wearing down of the metalling. He had interviewed Jolin Smith, who was agreeable to fill the holes with nietul ar.d blind the same for n total cost of Is. 3d. per yard. Re moved that the offer be accepted. — Seconded by Alderman Ryan and carried. Alderman Ryan moved that- the Mayor be empowered to arrange with Aldermen Housten and Caines to have t...

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One for Mr. Murray. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

One for Mr. Murray Mr. David Christie Murray, who recently visited the colonies with a view to astonishing the Australia™, but failed most ignomiously, has published a book of his impressions, which are anything but complimentary to the colonists. Among other things, ho says the Austra lians are the most rowdy and the most drunken In the world. ' The Colonel,' in the Oranee Leaded takes down Mb Jew's harp and thus apostrophises the dis tinguished slanderer :— Oh, David Christie Murray, you are In a a beastly hurry to apostrophUo our drunkenness and vice, And you think there's something clever In the. cynloal endeavour, but it doesn't seem particularly mos. Mr. Murray, m. the flurry of your reoent hurry-sourry, you appeared to form conalusiotu very quick. But, beoauso tho half.n-dozen among whom you chancod to cozen were nil lopern, doM that prove that all are If tho men you niet were booaera, and of blasphemy wore users, and were . rowdies, why it only goes to show How licentious an...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Court of Petty Sessions. NOWRA, TUESDAY, SEPT. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

. Court of Petty Sessions. Nowra, Tcesdav, Sp.pi. 22. Sitting Justices; Messrs. Nisbntt, P.M., JnnieB Monaghan, Jer. Green, and Dr. King. Larceny. — ? An Assyrian hawker named Joseph Mulloff was charged with having stolen a razor, valued at Gs., the property of Thomas James, labourer, of Toineroiiff. The raxor wan stolen from a room of Dent's Hotel which prisoner and prosecutor had occupied together. Prisoner was com mitted to tftke his trial at Wollongong Sessions n the 17th November. Kavanaoii v. MiDDbRToir. —7 Jolin KavanapU, of Yalwal, sought to recover from Robert Middleton £1, value of a goat alleged to have been ' shot by defendant. There was no evidence t o show who killed the goat, and their Worships therefore non-suited plaintiff, allowing defendant (for whom Mr. Whittell appeared) 30s. costs of 'two witnesses The plaintiff fainted upon the verdict being given and had to be assisted out of the Court-house. Okb v. Russell. — W. S. Oke was given a verdict againBt George Russ...

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. F. L. BARKEN AND CO'S. REPORT, [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

Coinnoroial SYDNEY MA.RKET9. F. L. Barkbh amd Oo's, Report, Butter.— Values have furbher declined. Cheese. — Consignments slightly in created, bub demand brisk. Bnoon. — Market well suppliod, hand oured meets with fair attontiou ; ho.117 rough, dull. a?gs.— Soiling briskly. Poultry. — Good deuumd, especially for fowls and ducks. Pigs. — Market stronger arid values hlglieh Calves, selling well. Muizo.— Best dry worth full quota tions. Butter, dairy, 0a 7d to Oa 8d pec Vb. , separated, 0s 3d to 0s lOd per. ib, Bacon, hand-oured, Cd to 7d per lb. ., machine-cured, ad to (id per Ib. EL-uns, buii-curad, 7d to 9d per ft. „ machine-cured, 6d to 8d pur & Lard, bladder^ 4Jd to 5d per fe. Cheese, 6d to 7d per ft. t?r*s*a fka -LLrl h,. IV. Ci.1 r.*-m J..~ Pigs, 3Jd to 4d po* ft. Calves, 10b to 30b e-wh. Citlves Skina, la Oil ttls 6d each, Honey, 4d to 4^-1 per tt-. Tallow, £20 to £21 0« per ton. Fowls, 3a 9d to 4a 6d per pair Ducks, 4a Od to 5s Od per pair. Geese, 6s Od to 8a0d per pai...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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New School Buildings for Nowra. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

Ne-w School Buildings for Nowift. The following letter hae been received by tho member for the district : — 'Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 17th Sept., 18S1. 'Sir. — With reference to a petition dated the 27th July lsst from the resi dents of Nowra, presided over by you, urcmg me ereccion oi now puonc scnom buildings in that township. I am directed to acquaint you that it has Already! beon decided to erect new school-room and class-room, with suitable lavatories and hat rooms ; but in viow of the very many preasintjly urgent worka, and of the limited extent of the funds available for tho purpose, Mr. Carruthero has been reluctantly compelled to postpone building operations until the end of the present year. In the meantime, the Architect for public schools has been asked to prepare all necessary plaun and sjwdGcationa, so that nn delay may occur when funds are available. I have, &c, ' E. Johkso*. Under-Secretary. 'P. H. Morton, Esq., M.P., ' Legislative AssomWy Ch...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

Nows and Notes. , Jamberoo Races next Wednesday and Thursday. Polling for the Illawarra election will take place next Saturday. Mr. F. Wood ward, returning-officer. Theoomplainant in a case at the Shoal haven District Court last Monday re marked in his evidence that ' the trafflo wan voluminous.' The Municipal Association on Tuesday decided to appoint a deputation to wait on Sir Henry Parkes to urge tho necessity of passing, the District Government Bill during the present session. Moss Vale has been selected as the headquarters of the Southern Bine Asso ciation. It tins boeu, decided to invite one delegate from all the rifle oorps in the southern and coastal dUtriots to attend a conforonoe at Mosa Vale, tn mako arrangements for the next prise mooting, and to s/ect the lioeeanary officers for the tnnn&goment. Tha construction of tho uew bridge to supplant tb'o' one built SO 'years ago «»©* the Minnaraurra River, north of Kiama, has beon in progress for some tltno pest, and th...

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Mr. M'Millan on Democracy and Colonial Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

Mr. JOEilXaa on Democracy and Colonial Lsgislation. Mr. W. M'Millan, in voicing hia thanks to the Chamber of Commerce, Sydney, last Tuesday for an address in recognition of hia services to tbe colony during his two and a half years Colonial Treasury service, said : During tbe last two years of my political me i nave been used to stand on my defence and to repel attack, but to-day I find myself it the presence of a number of OKSEBODS-MIJfDBD MB.* representing a large section of this community who have asked me to meet them — who Imve spoken to me iu fur too flattering terms — (cries of No !) — and who now tender mo an address of a eulogistio character as regards my services, which' is more than those services deserve. Although ray duty as a Minister of the Crown was per formed at timeB under very trying and difficult circumstances, still I do not flatter myself that that duty would not have been performed under similar circumstances equally well by any other patriotic man in thin com...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News And South Coast Districts Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

KEATING'S' COUGH LOZKNGES cure Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis. Medical testimony states . that no othot medicine is so effectual In the cure of them '-? dangerous maladies. One lozenge alone gives ease, one or two at bedtime ensures roat. For relieving difficulty ol brMth-. ing they are invaluable. Thsy contain ni) opium nor any violent drug. Sold by all Chemate, in Tina, la. ljd and * 9d ' ' i, ? each V, The pauper Inmates of the poblio; i asylums we now to have the privilege ot \ a votti, according to a decision of the # ' ' (loose on Moaduy last, r * i- Department of Mines, Sydney, 11th September,' 1891, BOUNDARIES OF THE ULLADULLA. NOWBA,GOULBURN,NKBRIGA. MINING DIVISIONS. HIS Excellsnsy tba. GovsenoT, with the adviett u( the Executive Council, h»a bean pleased to »Aiioel the existing boundaries of the VlladuUa Mining Division, and to adopt the boundaries hereinafter described as the ? bouudurios of tbw Ulladulla, Nowra, Goul burn, Nerriga, Littlo lliver, and Braid wood Mining Divis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

? COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPY. I Of SYDNEY. Established 1834. Incorporated by Act of Council, 1848. Capital ? £600,000 Reserve Fund ? £C60,000 Reserve Fund for Equalization of Dividends ? £150,000 SkoaUiayea BraacL All naHol Banking Business transacted. Highest current rate of Interest given ?for money deposited for fixed periods. E. A. COTTEB, Manager. MR. T. MARRIOTT, , :SOLICITOB, CONVETANOER, PROCTOR, amb NOTARY PUBLIC, f.Ooinmieeioner for Affidavit* J, Jcttctiow Street, i« -3 W R A . 45-Trust moneys to Lend on approved freehold securities. LEGAL. MR. EL l7wHITTELL, iSncemor tt Me T. Jf. Richards,) Attorney, Solicitor, Convey ancer and Proctor, JUWCTION-STREET, 3TOWRA. Trust money to lend. A.11 Ccmrte hi Bistritt gained. MILLER, EGBERTS & GO., A UCTI0NEER8, Stock, Estate, Financial, AM) GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, E'an'ra. (fig' 8al«i conducted in any part of the colony. Valuations of property effected. Invest ments recommended to Absentees. Beins» enuverRunt with the LAND A...

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The Churches. ORDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

Hi' . 1.. .. - ? r~ — Tho Churclies '? ORDER OF SERVICES TO-MORROW. ? Chubch of Enoiand. — Nowm, 11 a.m. and? p.m., and Bamerang 3 p.m., Rev. J. Beat. Cambewarra, 11 A.m. (H.C.), - Rev. LnkeParr. , WEstEYAlf. — Nowi*. 11 o.m. and 7 p.m.. Rev. B. King; Nowra HiH, 2.30 p.m., Rev. B. King i 7-30 p.m. (supply). Falls Creek, 11 a.m., Mr. B. Chaseling. West Cambewarra, .11 «.ro., Mr. C. Foggon. Berry 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., I Itev; C. J. M'Ooy. pB.B8BYTT.EIMf. — NoWTB, 11 a.m., Rev. ,.t; J. K;Brbce; 7 p.m., Mr. Av Roborteon. ,' -..» Ntttnba, 3 p.m., Mr. A. Robertson. *.f Greenwell Point, 7 p.m., Rev. J. K. ? Bruce; t -4 „ : THE ^taltauctt |tet»s rOBtlSHBD HVBE7 SATUEDAT MOllXINO. ' ' Be lurt, and fenTnoti l«t M tne endu thou slmVt at Se thy Country**, thj- God'n and Trnttfs.' . , SATURDAY, SEPTBMBPAl 26. 1891.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 26 September 1891

SPECUL NOTICE. Orders for advertisements, job printing, papers, &c., from persons who hare no accounts, or Are unknown at the office, should be accompanied by cash. All communications intended for the no ws or correspondence columns should be addressed to The Editor. All letters and communications on busi ness should be addressed to Leeiuno and Watson. Advertisements should reach this office not later than 4 p.m. on the day pre-, ceding publication, and ebonld indicate the number of insertions' they are to be given. j.vi.-'/v-'&V :'''-i-'J-^-'::-yfi'-:-^Ji','i:i ;?: '.i-'i'}' i- i.':'fr '?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 3 October 1891

*t , 'Disewod Nature oftentimes break j ? - foi-th in strange eruptious.'— 40t -'? o To the Public. J; ' CtOME patients suffering from nervous ™ O infections are ftfraid from sheer bush- ™ fulness and modBBty to Pebsonallt con- .. suit* medical man-ruther patieuta have not the Belf possession and coolness when |ii the consulting room, to accurately i, ? describe tfreir RymptoniB— their habit* of * life, and the nature of the disease they ™ puffer from. la Let euch. persons Che or sh-j) sit quietly „ down in the privacy of their own apurt pieuta, and with calm minds describe - olearlj each symptom of their case, a clear statement thus writtfip, and laid before pip, is far preferable in neevous diseases to a personal concultatiun. Whore, how pver, a disease is of a peculiar and excep« tional character, a personal consultation jnay become necessary ! but 017 aupcesss in correspondence is so creftt, that of the j thousands upon thousands whom I have treated by letter during the last 32 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 3 October 1891

W. J. ChatmaVs Report. My Annual (Spring) Sole was not bo. numerously attended as that of previouB years, and the absence of any foreign, buyers was severely felt. ; yet the competi tion, especially., fot locally-bred bullocks, was fairly Rood, and', the result of the sale was on the whole Batisfaotory. The following are some of tho pricos realised, viz., 5 bullocks, 89s ; 18 do., 80s ; 28 do., 76s ; 8 do., 60s ; 7 do., 69s ; 28 steers,. 50s ; 30 do., 45s ; 31 do., 46s ; 28 do., 35s 6d ; 12 do., 46s ; 8 do., 40s ; young, mixed cattle, 26s to 30s ; cows, from 36s 6d to 40s ; store sheep, from 3s lOd to 6s 4d. The salo of Mr. James Eiley's nice littlo farm at Six-Mile-Flat created brisk com petition, and was finally secured by Messrs. Bassingthwaighte Bros. ; at £3 7s per acre cash. Braidwood, Sept. 85. Butter, dairy, 0s 7d to.Qs 8d por lb. , separated, 0s 9d to 0a lOd per. lb. Bacon, hand-cured, 6d t&7d per ft. ,, machine-cured, 6d to 6d per ft-. Hams, hand-cored, 7d to 9d po...

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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. F. L. BARKER AND Co's REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News and South Coast Districts Advertiser — 3 October 1891

Commercial SYDNEY MARKETS. F. L. Bareeb and Cot's Report. Pigs. — The supply has fallen offcon sidttrably, consequently prices have much improved. Porkers are now making from 4£ to- 5d per lb. Bncon sorts, 3}. Those: figures are likely to continue. Calves — t The yards have been very lightly stocked 1 nf late, those forward soiling at high- f m prices. Largest up to 70s, medium 10s. ? '? to 20s. Hides— The demand on Friday W was somewhat firmer, and prices improved * to about an equivalent to those selling at my sales on the 8th inst- Extra heavies in prime condition, waking 2fd to 3d. ditto sloop, 2i to 2g ; mediums 2£d to 2gd lights, 2d to 2M per lbv Sheepskins Submitting a large and representative catalogue on Tuesday when all lotB were cleared at following prices, dry long woolcd, 5Jd to 6d ; medium growth, 6d to to Bid. ; shorts, 24 to 3|d. ; pelts, 2d to 3£d per lb. ; Greotitopa 4b 2d to 5b. ?„ mediant, 2s 6d. to 3s 6d. each. Circular Quay, Sydney, Oct. 1.

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