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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

SAI.KS iiV AUCTION. Mn'r.e a ut! Ptdn.'os. ',? ./j'lists|!S V. .1 11. .'-OI.OMt'N will Sell hi _? 1 Public Au.-ioii. Nt tin- Auction Mail. t>inie-sii..,At. THIS 1.?.\. t-satnr.inv). tbe 'J.*>lh Apiil.it 'fvydv.-o'diM-lA j.ieeisvly - ' l.lid b-.1-be'.. of *•!..?/...' .'• t-01- 1,.!.,"..-. :. t..--. N..',: din-* • i :.*.-* -:,;,.:.„i.. i i.1.-i.-i .-. i:, bnlnl A f'W I..,uds ol r..ii.. •I'.-rm-a? 1 Sine "f *-d-. "*/.•_./ //V//,,•,-.,-. f-fe. /3 CSSlts; y ,<*. 1. *sOMIMO> will S.ll by l.'v' _. r.:l.!'.- '....?i..::. on I'liY* tbe I*-| of ■hi. at ib-.-h -.l-ti.-.i, -.I.-?., t iii'.ie-slti'M, at One ~'. 1..:1. ~,.,-i..-iv -.'•'■il i.'.'f \'v I'.l'fllli!*-* 11l flu Ihe Hill. her. Ten:,- •"•l_'_i!e. S.nifi al .\'r*r Ih-iifhhai. y«M!iii \ \ V! YllM'i: -rill s.-ll In lVidie l""1 An ...... Tii IS DAY, tin- •-'.".lii Xotil. :;| ;,.::• It-j-.m- i-i !li::.li.'V-«T ie"! S^tc,.,! .'.fi:!:-. (if 1-AM) in do-Villti-c ,i . l.V> !;:tH-15)i>.\. in ltiiildi;*.!,' Alleinient. .-...

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ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

ABSTRACT of SALES by AUCTION DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. THIS DAY. V. & E. Solomon, at the auction mart. Currie-st. at noon—maize, potatos, &c. Smith & Vallance, at their rooms, Hindley-st. —land at New Brighton. Smith & Vallance, at their rooms, Hindley-st —house in Hindmarsh, Smith & Vallance, at their rooms, Hindley-st. —merchandise. N. Bailes, at his room, Hindley-street, at twelve —ironmongery, &c. Bentham & Co., at their rooms, Hindley-st., at six in the evening—sundries. Monday. W. H. Neale, on the Wharf, Port Adelaide, at noon—the cargo of the Perseverance. BENTHAM & Co., at their rooms. King William- street—merchandise. TUESDAY.   Bentham & Co., at their rooms, King William   street, at noon—stock, &c. Smith & Vallance—at Mr Crispe's yard, Franklin street—cattle and sheep. WEDNESDAY. N. Hailes, at his room, Hindley-street—wines, &c. Smith & Vallance...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. April 17—The ship Warrior, 478 tons, Beck- ett, commander, from London and Plymouth, having left the former place on the 16th, and the latter on the 27th November, with a general cargo. Passengers —Dr. Kent, surgeon-superin- tendent, lady and two children; Mr. J. Bonnar,   Mr. Douglas Kilburn, Mr. Charles Kilburn, Mr. J. McDonald, Mr. Frederick Hodney, Mr. R. Downes, and Mr. C. H. Smith. Intermediate—   Mr. and Mrs. Ridley and two children, Messrs. Oakley, Reid, Matthews, Tyrock, and Waygood. One hundred men, women, and children in the steerage. Cargo —338 packages containing two steam-engines and merchandise, 235 deals and battens, 1 hhd. brandy, 133 hhds beer, 1 case 1 box books, 1 gig, 14 hhds 5 casks wine, 12 brls. biscuit, 210 packages merchandise. 18 —The barque Courier, T. Dixon, master, from Table Bay, with a cargo consisting of 30 pipes 40 half-pipes 20 half-aums Cape wine, 6 hhds brandy, 74...

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ADELAIDE MARKETS, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

ADELAIDE MARKETS, APRIL 24. Fine flour pr ton £50 £60, Eggs per dozen - - 4s Seconds per ton - £40 Sugar per ton £30 to £45 Oats per bushel 12s Soap per lb - 6d. to 8d. Bran per ditto - 5s. Tea per chest - £11 Rice per lb ... 3d Rum per gallon 10s} in Potatoes per ton . £30 Brandy per do 14s} bond Ditto per lb - - 4d Hollands per do 6s }   Hay compd per ton £13 Port per doz 35s to 48s Beef per lb . 8½d to 10d Sherry per dog 30s to 48s Mutton per lb 8½d to 10d Porter per cask £10 10s Veal and pork per lb 1s Colonial do £8 Fresh butter per lb 3s 6d Ale per cask - £8 10s Salt do 2s to 2s 6d Candles per lb - 1s Pork per barrel - £9 Ham per lb - 1s 8d Cheese per lb - - 3s Four pound loaf 1s 8d BIRTH. —On Sunday Evening last, the wife of Richard Gilbert Symonds, of a son. MARRIED. —On Thursday the 23rd instant, by the Rev. C. B. Howard, Captain Henry Hay (John Pirie), to Claripa, eldest daughter of Henry Mildred, Esq., Strangways-terrace, North Adelaide. DIED—On the 26th of M...

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The South Australian Register. PROTECTION OF THE EMIGRATION PROTECTION OF THE EMIGRATION FUND.—SUPPLY OF LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

The South Australian Register. Adelaide: Saturday, April 25, 1840. PROTECTION OF THE EMIGRATION FUND.—SUPPLY OF LABOUR. To provide means for a continued importation of emigrant labour is necessarily a consideration of the last importance with all well-wishers of the colony ; and now, when the supply in no degree equals the demand, an increasing anxiety on the subject is everywhere observable. It has been supposed that by raising the price of the unappropriated lands the labourer would not only be kept for a longer period in his place, but the funds would thereby be obtained to extend emigration to the requisite amount. So far as regards the first section of this theory, the failure in its practical working has been complete. The present price of land has proved altogether inadequate to the object to be attained. The facts are notorious. The prudent and well conducted emigrant becomes, in an incredibly short space of time, not only the purchaser of land, but himself the employer of l...

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PROPOSAL FOR A NEW TAX. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

PROPOSAL FOR A NEW TAX. It is a very difficult matter to find legitimate subjects for taxation; but as we think we have made the discovery of one deserving that character, we lose no time in submitting it for   public consideration.   Our proposal is, to levy an annual tax upon   all vehicles let for hire, or retained for private use, whether carriage, phaeton, gig, buggy, cart, or bullock waggon. It will be admitted, we think, that a necessity exists for applying here the English rule with more than usual strictness, with regard to bullock-drays especially. Very few colonists there are, indeed, whose property has escaped injury, or   whose feelings have not been outraged by the fellows who, for the most part in this colony, are entrusted with the care of bullock-drays. A genuine ruffian of this class far transcends your hackney coachman or omnibus cad. These   are milk-and-water sops when compared to the merciless vagabonds who ma...

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PORT LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

PORT LINCOLN. THE visit of His Excellency the Governor to Port Lincoln has been exceedingly gratifying to the inhabitants of that district; and they are sanguine, we believe, that the result of His Excellency's exploration of the western shore of Spencer's Gulf, will be some interesting discovery in that region. On Friday, the 10th instant, the Governor held a levee at Port Lincoln, when the follow- ing congratulatory address, signed by about eighty of the most respectable settlers of the Port Lincoln District, was presented to His Excellency :— To His Excellency Colonel Gawler, Governor and Commonder-in-chief of the Province of South Australia— We the undersigned Inhabitants and Residents in the District of Port Lincoln, beg leave respect- fully to approach your Excellency with sincere congratulations on your safe arrival in this part of the province, and with assurances of our cordial attachment to your person and govern- ment. Your Excellency is the first Ruler of the Pro- vince ...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

LONDON WOOL SALES. We have received the following by the War- rior :— To the Editors of the South Australian Register. London, October 26, 1839. GENTLEMEN— The third series of public sales   of this season's Colonial Wools commenced on Thursday the 17th and ended on Thursday the 24th instant. The catalogues comprised the fol- lowing quantities and descriptions, viz—   New South Wales 6274 bales Port Phillip 978 Van Diemen's Land 848 Cape 17 East India 110 Foreign 956 Total 9183 bales. The attendance of buyers was very good. The lower qualities sustined our August quotations, but we regret to say the finer sorts have experi- enced a fall of about 5 per cent. We beg to give you our present price current as under:— New South Wales. First quality 1s. 10d. to 2s. 6d. Second 1 8 ... 1 10 Third 1 5 ... 1 8 Lamb 1 7 ... 2 7 Grease 0 9 ... 1 0 Van Diemen's Land. First quality 1s. 10d. to 2s. 4d. Second 1 8 ... 1 10 Third 1 5 ... 1 8 Lamb 1 6 ... 2 6 Grease 0 9 ... 1...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

NEW ZEALAND. We publish the following letter, addressed by Dr J. E. Bright, Surgeon, who some time ago left Adelaide to settle in New Zealand, addres-   sed to a gentleman resident here. We are quite satisfied that it expresses the honest con- viction of the writer, and our readers, we think, will be at no loss to perceive that the Doctor has not made an exchange for the better:— Bay of Islands, New Zealand, 15th January, 1840. Dear Sir—You have doubtless long expected from me my promised communication respecting this country; and ere now I had written, had not numerous migrations and absorbing occupations essential to self, interposed to prevent me. The length of time I have resided here renders my opinions, as yet, too crude; still, as I have   formed them—journeying about over hill and dale, over land and sea, now panting up perpen- diculars, now skimming wide waters not without dread in the perilous course - even so do I render those opinions to you. Th...

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ENGLISH NEWS. WE this week give a few additional extracts from the latest English papers :— [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

ENGLISH NEWS. WE this week give a few additional extracts from the latest English papers :— The French capital has been in a state of excitement, both from domestic occurrences and disastrous intelligence from Africa. Many "infer-   nal machines" are in Paris, and one of them exploded on the night of the 28th November, in the Rue de Montpensier, a quarter of the Palais Royal. Nobody was killed; and it does not appear that any mischief to persons was positively intended, but that the explosion, if not accidental, was made for the purpose of alarming the autho- rities, and intimating to the disaffected that daring spirits among them were on the alert. Of three men suspected of being concerned in the affair, two have been arrested. One, Beraud, is known to the police as a malecontent of daring character: he was recognised in the streets, though in disguise, and made a fierce resistance. The extraordinary precautions for the security of Louis Phillippe and his family are co...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

PORT PHILLIP. The next vessels for England are the Hindostan, Captain Lamb, and the Alice Brooks, Captain Scott; these, with the Magnet and the James, previously dispatched, will make four vessels laden with wool for England this season. The quantity already exported, including considerable cargoes by way of Sydney and Hobart Town, will amount to four thousand bales; the remainder may be computed at one thousand bales more, making a total of five thousand bales, or 1, 150,000lbs. of wool. The value is estimated     at £86,250, being 1s 6d per lb., which allows for 350,000 sheep feeding in the district, at the rate of 3lbs. of wool to the single fleece. Such an export for a colony whose history does not extend over the space of four years, is, we suppose, un- paralleled in colonial annals ; add to this a land revenue of £200,000 per annum, and ordinary revenue of £30,000 a population of 10,000 square miles thickly stocked, being one-third of the whole provin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

JFvr King George's Sound, Swan River, and liataria, j A_4r- THE fine fast-sailing barque CUT _aj_mgm__?E LONDON, 895 tous register, «H|fl_s__J~JosiiUA Antuam, Esq. Commaiider ; J^_B_j?_JH_ she will be ready lo proceed lo sea I'm- freight or passage apply to the Commander ■on board, or to AUGUST & COOKE, ! Agents to the Vessel. FOR FREIGHT OU CHARTER, jjs^-^s: THE fast - sailing schooner IN jTkvMtm-. DVSTItY, 110 lons per register, Jftmf_W}_\. Alkxamiku Sritoui., master; Inn ing undergone a thorough repair at '^H-MHOS' Launccston, -he is admirably adapted for freight and passengers. If nut chartered before (he Ifilh current, she will sail positively ou that .lay for Luutices'.ou For freight or passage apply to (he Captain on board, or to JOHN NEWMAN & CO., Hutulle-strect, r.djoining (he Cornwall Hotel. NOW LANDING ex City of London.— , Prime Irish pork (Russell's brand ;|in barrels Taylor and Co 's porter Dunbr.iY bottled nle and porter jiruudy, very superior Gin, sup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 25 April 1840

TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE plans and specifications for tbe con struction of a jail near the site of the old aborigines' location will be ready for inspection on Wednesday, tbe 32nd instant, at the office of O. S. Kingston* Ksa , Gawlei-plare Tenders to be addressed to Mr luiigston, on or before 4 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, the 6th day of May. The Government is not bound to accept tbe lowest tender. GLENELG PIER COMPANY. Tl! E Director! of the above Company, hereby I give notice, that tbey are prepared to re ceive estimate* and specifications for the con struction ot tbe Pier on and after Thursday next the Stbinatant. WM. FINKE. Honorary Secretary. Glenelg Pier Co.'s Office, Adelaide, April 6,1840. ARSON. —HKTY POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS it is alleged that on the night of Tuesday, the 17th March current, some evil disposed person or persons did maliciously set fire lo a stack of bay belonging lo Anthony Best, Publican, in Adelaide *. Now therefore, the Association for the Prosecut...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

SYDNEY. The Canadian Political Offenders.— A letter appeared in some of the Colonial papers, int[?]-<*> ting that the Government was about to forward the fifty-fourth Canadian Transports to Norfolk lil.iud. 'I'liorc apjii'uiK to bn no foun<lat?:i for Ntiili an opinion. l"«>r the revoeoiion of siii-h an order, if fwrit existed, the Canadians a.;e nniniy iii.lcliliil to t !>•- lii^li .?haract<?r given th.>se tiity ■iir nx'ii l>y those who hrou^lit t!u:i> liiiherin the Buffalo, and for itu-ir orderly conduct since ?lii'j were lamli-d. They wt're fonvtudnl some linns ?;>o to Loux Bottom, wlu-ie their conduct li:is been unimpeachable. With one exception they are all C:tiiadi:tu«, ami that cxc-plion is an Ainerivtiti, from the. smitli side of the boundary lino. Only fuur or live of lliem can Hpcuk English, and all, with the exception of the American, are Honian Catholics, mid are very regular in the jioitWmuu'-o of tlu-ir devotional du...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

I'Olt UINCiiMIIN, -I'l1*!- 1' lll« );?:' I'lydr-luiilt b.n<|iie $&'■s% SOrKKMGS, Wm. Chmiii, *^sBgl?gsS? mi?cl;ili.iii Cur passeil£<*«>i i""l will b.- <K--,,:.(.iu(l itnniciliutely after the jifubuul car^o is riisrlrirged. * | Anpi> to the Captain on bo:ir<l, or to ■ JOHN WALK UK, HiiiiUev-stieot. FOtt NKW ZEALAND, H 'ill be despatched positively in fourteen days, 1 ill Si THE 8l )lel"U(l sill? MORt.EY, jjfctmM!sS> fi'' tims l"" r register. Campbell Evans, commander. iSf&EBSr This sliip oilers :i most ilcsiralde **3jj^ssS* opportunity tin' culiiii, interme diate, iiikl steerage p:is<engeis, the siciouiim). dati<i;iH lifiiiL' vj.y supi-iior. Forfreight or piss.i.'o ap;>ly to UAIUMIT & FISHER, I'iiic-strcei ; or to CIIAS. BECK & ( t>.. Fliuders->treet. A'Jclaido, April MC, I>4<>. Aotici' to Consignees per " Ifittrrioj',*' J'roiu Jyitidmi. .THE i?l>..?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

SALES BY AUCTION. ••?■■??*? **m* Under an Execution out of the Bcsident Magistrates Court. TO BK 8OL«I MV l'( BMC ACCTIOV, HY BEX'ftHM * CO , THIS DAY (Saturday), May 2, IH4«, b? their • rooms. Kiniur William-street, at twelve o'clock— A VAHIE'fI of Miscellaneous (ioods. A [57] Sheriff Bi.r. A. H. Urns & H.Williams 4 tt. v CiSORCE AUTOM. J bctllocksTdrays, «c. TO BK 8r 1.1 BY Pl'Bl IC AI'CTIOV, At the Government Auction Mart, King William street, THIS DAY (Saturdays May 2, IH4O, at twelve o'clock— SIX superior working bu'.locks A capital dray Six pig* A variety of liouaehold fimiitnre, comprising chest* of drawcis, tables, clmiro. toilet gliisnes, &c. UENTUAM & CO. €. D. Nkwbnimm,) 8 leiiff. f [M TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ttr h mm am ar c**. THIS DAY (Saturday), May 2, Mil), imme di it -ly after t)ie ab:>ve s.ile — Tillt?E very superior lionet, and a chaise cut. Also a piano by Clementi. [59 TO l?lv 5.)1.1> HV IMJIIi.IC AIC'.IUN, BY HiIMH 1.1/ ff i:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

•OUTiI ACSIKAMAN l-S.-LRA.NCIi COMPANY. Cantal—£loo,ooo, in shares o! JC2S each. DttlF.CTofl* : P. W. Andrew*. Rs<i. 1 ' .lames Frew, ?.rq. W. R. Couk«. Ks<| | Joint Motpbi-tt, i£s<j Wanaoivo iiihic oh: Julm liiown l""*q. AIDITOIIS: A. H. Davis, Esq. (>eo. Stevenson, E*q. corssLi : Charles Miinii, Esq. Boi.irnoKS; Buitlcy & Gwyiine. BANKtIK : Tie Dunk o> South Australia. THK SOUTH Al'SifiuM *N INSURANCK COMPANY lit* ?m\m f.rin.-d «iih it view Of ofFeiinif to the C-iiimUt* pctiernliy ample weiuity Hg;iiu?t theordiii.ny ti«.V« in file, V.tiiiiic. awl Li'c iii-i:iaii«:e.«j «iii! at tiie s?me thin*, of fclinri:irf in. 'md n-ta'iii??s in the colony, the whvle of the |ir;?His of the usurers It is |ii«..-iiined tliat, in the fir't iiistmicil. n j-uh. scr.l/i'. 1 o.ij'iii! of £I(-(I.I'IHJ «iiilii- <-un*idt t. d ?ni[ili! wfuiity u> tlie -.n*u;ed, ?-ut >Imn rl ?>■? bu>-iiie*s «f (!;o CrjnjMiiy, or tl-e il-mniid ir « nines r...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PORT ADELAIDE SHIPPING. ARRIVED. April 28.—The barque Sovereign, 243 tons,     William Chard commander, from Launceston. Passengers—Mr and Mrs Brunswick Smythe, and one in the steerage. Cargo—497 bags flour, 184 bags bran, 260 bags oats, 34 bags onions, 7 bags turnips, 31 bags carrots, 123 bags potatoes, 1 cask honey, 1 box apparell, 2 casks provisions, 288 battens, 333 boards, 4 planks, 13,400 laths, 14,000 shingles, 13,500 broad paling, 4566 narrow do.     30.—The barque Hero, 164 tons, W. W.   Hughes commander, from Singapore, forty-three days out, with the following cargo:—314 bags   Manilla sugar, 34 bags coffee, 65 bags pepper, 50 cases sago, 5 puncheons 14 casks rum, 6 casks arrack, 1 case silks and satins, 64 boxes tea, 2 boxes nutmegs, 60 bottles snuff, 204,000 cigars, 80 tubs sugar candy, 48 bundles mats, 48 bundles rattans, 978 cedar planks, 5 setts from wheels and axles...

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WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

WEEKLY REPORT OF VESSELS IN THE HARBOUR. ABEONA, (schooner), 105 tons, Taylor, master —clearing out for Port Lincoln and Hobart Town. H. C. Hawson, Agent. COURIER, (barque), 300 tons, Dixon, master— clearing out for Sydney. John Walker, agent. DAVID, (brig), 204 tons, —— master—dis- charging cargo from New Zealand. Chas. Beck & Co, agents. HERO, (barque), 160 tons, Hughes, master—             just arrived from Singapore. John Morphett, agent. MORLEY, (ship), 578 tons, Evans, master—   discharging cargo from London. J. G. Nash,     agent. PERSEVERANCE, (schooner), 45 tons, Cowell, master—discharging cargo from Port Phillip.       John Morphett, agent.       SOVEREIGN, (barque), 343 tons, Chand, mas-           ter—dischar...

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MARKET. ADELASIDE, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — South Australian Register — 2 May 1840

MARKET. ADELAIDE, MAY 1. Fine four pr ton £50 £60 Eggs per dozen 4s Seconds per ton • £4 Sugar per ton £30 to £45 Oats per bushel 12s Soap per lb d. to 8d. Bran per ditto 3s Tea per chest £11     Rice per lb 3d Rum per gallon 10s} in         Potatoes per ton £25 Brandy per do 14s} bond   Ditto per lb 4d Hollands per do 6s}         Hay compd per ton £13 Port per doz 35s to 48s Beef per lb 8½ to 10d Sherry per doz 30s to 48s Mutton per lb 8½d to 10d Porter per cask £10 10s Veal and pork per lb 1s Colonial do £6 Fresh butter per bl 5s 6d Ale per cask £8 10s Salt do 2s to 2s 6d Candles per lb 1s Pork per barrel £9 Ham per lb 1s 8d   Cheese per lb 3s Four pound loaf 1s 8d SYDNEY, MARCH 27. Fine flour per ton £10 Beef per lb 4d     Seconds do £30 to £35 Mutton per do 4d     Wheat per ...

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