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PICKINGS FROM "PUNCH" [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

PICKINGS FROM " PUNCH " 'THEi BEST. ENGLISHES SPOKEN ra SOOT-' p,,tóí»;!-"Wß mconholdlyNipNiteclarp' that,in (many instances (>Í£wnlnaJ;\o so far ns io, soy all), tho Scotch^eal&etl^English than tho conceited English themselves do j for instance; they1 pronounce -widow " weedow" ' «nd it is cloar on tho vory face of it,-that "weedow" with a dolicato emphasis on the . "wood" must be con oct. ANOTHEII CHALLENGE TO Bl.ONDIN.-Wo ¡Hm hy ((our ,own) authority onablod to an piounce that after M. Blondin's -lost perfprm . -(juice'at,the:Grystol Polaco, Ur. Punch'. Trill . (Oiiossihe transept in mid air, and, as ho ¡walks, along, will roll tho rope up afterhim. '. .(Blondin, boat that.) . THE PANGS.OF -ABSENCE.-^The Trench say with groat truth; " Tho absent are always ju the wrong ; and more .-especially are ,thoy iwhen they forget.to send you a money order 4o console one for their absence. - A poor .Penelope of a wife abandoned by her wretch .^faut-Ulysses at the seaside...?.? A*...

Publication Title: Clarence And Richmond Examiner And New England Advertiser
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DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS OF THE MAILS. DEPARTURES FROM GRAFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

DBPABXrjlfBS A*Nî) AfRIVALS OF THU ? MAILS. Y ' DEPARTURES FBOM GUANOS, To Gasino, &c., Tuosdayyat 7 a.m. . . . To Queensland, via Cusino, Tuesday, afc-7 a.m. To Armidalo, Thursday and Sunday, atyl a.m. . To Tabulam, Monday and Friday, nt 8 it in. ' To Sydííoy, by stoomor, "Wodnosday: morning. . .AltRIVALSAT GuAPIONtX- - . ¡ : From Casino, &o., Saturday, nt G p m" . ?s From Queensland, v¡a Cosmo,! Saturday, at G p.m. . , From Armidale, Monday and Friday, nt G p.m. ??'From Tabulam, Tuesday «nd Saturday, (¡pm, . i "From Sydney, Ly stoamor, Saturday a'ftornoon .

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ORIGINAL POETRY. DEATH OF PRINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

O It I CS ï X A Ii PO I?Tit Y. BEAIMI rftV&í AJ,DERT. Aim! (lentil'« inamhil? froih.aT)ovo lins come, ? And naid n visit lo a priiiiwIyShoinn ¡ -r?î It» mission was indeed too midlç tell, . Ain itt itronggrasp Wie royal owner foll. . ' , We could not hnvo sustained a greater loss, -, - But when Death comes, it comos with iron force ? In him wo lind, wo nil aro well convinced, < ??? : i '? A peaceful ruler and a n^bbVmnce. ..<*.;.. Sadness filled tho hearts oXovVryishore, . . When first thoy heard PriflcoVlburt was no more:'. ; Cut oft" in primo of life and manly bloom. < i. ? .. . A widowod Queen ia weeping o'oi'iliia lomb. . Who will not sympathise and soothe her grief, Bier hand is always ready-to relievo.. Thora is ono to raiso her hope, for at her side,-. Is England's future Kifc in . youthful pride. ». . And may Victoria horc^lHreiw in lovo-. .. .,' Support and comfort gise)i )V.\>rn aboro , ..Her lifa is yet withouto spotSr blame, -R...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

; fSMPPIfje INTELLIGENCE, tí' ARRIVALS! . ». /" 'March 22.-Unira (H.), 400 tons; Captain "'Wiseman, from Sydney. 19tli .and Ne\vcnstlo the 20th iusta'nt. ' Pnascn^rdT-liev.^John. 'Gibson; Mr. Doybnal<l,V Mr. Guille, ^Iú «; epoctor Myersrand 19 in tho steerage. . r - MAIICH 20th.-Moselle, schooner, '..from Melbourne, in ballast.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

IMPORTS. Mnrol' ,22.-Urara (s.).' from Sydney ; 11> bugs salt, 14. mats sugar, 3 half chests tea, 1 caso'jam, 1 enso mustard, 5boxes candice,.2 .kegs flpples¡l-.case mololics, 4 half cases gin, 4 casks porter, '1 ? cose, Cj> . _1 truss, 2 kegs nails, 4 cornshcllcrs, 14 bars j. bundle I iron, 2 cart arms, 14 cart boxes, i balo bags', 4 case-, T. Ifíshor.; V casos, 1 parcel,'1 ciso confectionary,1 bule, leaso oxes, W;B. Campboll.j 1 parcel,lease, .;? * ïî. Potts ; - 20 bags ílour,;l!lot»bag8¿4 boxes soap;! package tobacco, J. M'I?adden;';-"l bag oofloo,.'l chest 1 half-chest tea Jj. CDoawcnlhal ; 1 package -type, 1' - parcel frames, Etnmiiur ; tin ojiium, if. Iü.'Daviea ; ? 10 bags Bait,il quarter-cask portwine, 1 liogejicad'runi, 1 case fruit, l'balrol 1 caso salmon, 1 Tiogshçud port¿ wine, 1 hogshead »rtcr,^ cases oyd^r, lO.casoBv.gin,* 1 easc/N. Gowan; -1 paokngo rope, A. \Vyùdycr,;£lj ' ' hogshead rum, 2 caBe3 gm,'Bryce.; 1 ironnanjsliouartór _».«X brandy, 1. quartor-ca9k ru...

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

Mardi. 19.-Grafton^, 210 tons, Cap:>. : tain" IT; Creer, for ; S^neyl'- ? Passengers^--' Mrs.-Wilcox, and 'family," 'Miu-Lowonthalj MissSlioo, Messrs. A. Mackellar, Jolinson, aud 4$ iu tho steerage, -, .

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LABOUR MARKET. [UAIGH AND BROWN.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

.L AB Ó Ult MA.BKJÎT. . ,'. ; ; .. ? ? ? [UAIOU.AND DBOWN.l , .! . . wo novo nanoo timi, mo:" Allum wilson" woulU lcavo löngluml with immigrants abolit tho iniddlo of December lust, sho may tlioroforo bo daily oxpoctod. Tho attendance in .tho murkct of applicants for situa- tions is not quito so Humorous.; tho domand also for labour is somewhat limited. No chango to report ia ratos of wajços whioh romain finn at reoont quotations, as bolowy viz, . _ ? ' Per annum, . . Slamed Couploa ... .45'. to GO'. -Panning mon. ... ... 30'. to 32'. . ? Ploughmen mid stookuion ... 85'. to 40?.. : Surveyors'men ... ... 40'.-to 50/. . Bushmen,.. ... ... 4.0'. to 45'. Shophords... : ... . ... 28'. to 80'. |. ?. Shepherding families ... 65Í. to 70Í. I- ,Eoadinakors¡ ... ... 45'. ... .. Blacksmiths and ca'pentors ... GO', to 80?. ' .Grooms : ... ... 35'. to 50'.. . . .. . :Coaohmon,.v ... ' ... 33'. to 50'. Fomalo Sorvanta ... .., 20'. to 30'. ' Sydney, March 10th. - j , :"

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INTERMENT OF PRINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

' INTEßlfENT OF PRINCE ALBERT. ON Mondoy/tho '23rd of Docember, with little of tho pomp and pngcantryof a Stato< ceremonial, but with evory outward mark of i.rospcct, and with all' tho solomnity that bo i.fittcd'his high station and his public - virtues tho mortal remains of tho husband, of.our Queen wero intorred in tho last resting-placo of England's sovereigns-tho Chapol lloyal i of St.- Georgo's, Windsor, i. .The Hon. and Hov. Gerald Wollesloy, Boan of Windsor, read the burial service. Mr. Tolley ono of tho gontlombn 'of St. George's Chapel, sang Luther's hymn, at tho conclusion of which tho pall was removed from tho eoflin ; the crown and also tho baton, sword ,and hat of his late Eoyal Highness, woro .placed upon it, and tho body was lowered into tho royal vault at fivo minutes boforo ono o'clock. ThoDulco#f Saxo-Coburg,. who wasde votodly attached to tho docoased prince,, to whom , ho boars a strong resemblance, was deeplyiinovedt and wept incessantly through- out ...

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Clarence and Richmond Examiner, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

, TUESDAY, MAECII,25, 1862. ...:..>.? X ? ? THE time lins atleiigth¡araved; when some- thing must bo done to ópc'iXuVXa^cóinuiu nicaticm by Jaíid betvvéenyul^on.and tho Heads. Persons who have been, in the I habit of travelling in this direction, assures us that a good road and passable at all I times, may be - made under forty miles. I There seems to . bcfreasonable grounds for I this opinion, as the road by mcañs of tho intermediate stations is frequently travelled by-persons -interested-in that part . of thc district. - - ?We' need "not-"point out thc .advantages which --would follow from opening up' such a road. , If Grafton is to benefit from tbe antici- pated increase of population nt theilleads, a shorter and .quicker route must bc avail- able than the'long.and tcdious p'ull up and down thc rivcr/and we shall do well to set about considering the subject " at once.; hit ia a matter which especially concerns, Soutn Grafton, and ought to -induce "thc ^inhabi- tants thereof to...

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ULMARRA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

Uli M A lt lt A. \~\ Ij'ltOll OUR CORRESPONDENT.] NEW STEAMER FOR WIE RIVER.-WO aro informed that Mr. J. P. Smali, of this parish, contemplates building a small steamor at Ulmarra, for tho purpose of supplying .tho settlors down theXivtu; wüh'Me'ht.' This will boa groat conven^neoVoïhj^itorties who have availed themsblves\f rap advantages of free-selection. Wo trust thaff Mr. Small in Iiis enterprise will have, his littlo craft so constructed as to admit-of.carrying freight and passengers,i^tMhoi^jve ^jave^no doubt "3 leah with a reasonaMo ^loVofi{^çhato3S, the I spiri^cd.propriera^'iuVsoo^eceivov largo return upon his outlay. \ .THE IMMIOTEJIENT ASSOCIATION.--This society, hold'their monthly, meeting on the 10th instant; at.'tho residence of Mr. < Cramp. There was littlo businoss done ; but tho pre- sident and treasuroriondered their resigna- tions, which .were^ accepted..^ Mr. Fairwothev was unam'mouslyyelecjedjpresidont...'.'Thé treasureship .fl^loft vaûant^for.further...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

DEATH.   STEVENSON.—On the 21st December, at 124,   High-street, Croydon, Surry, England, suddenly, whilst on a visit to his brother, George, youngest brother of Mr. R. Stevenson, of the EXAMINER, aged 17 years.    

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GRAFTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY: [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

GRAFTON POLICE COURT.     FRIDAY, BEFORE Captain R.R. Hill, P.M., Messrs. S Avery, and A. Lardner, J.P.'s : Havinden ? v..^ NowmaNl - Defendant was charged with assaulting, tho. eh.'of constable whilst in tho.oxecutiou of his duty, on ;St. Patrick's Day, and pleaded guilty. .Fined IOS. r . . ..? _ , , .' ITaviudcn v. Sh on.-This was a. similar charge, and tho .defendant pleading guilty, a liko'iino was imposed.. . Basler v. Wright.- Adjourned to next   court day. : Thei'o were two other cases on tho Bhcot, but wore sctllod out of court.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

-i? \À A (°NE HUNDRED AND FORTY POUNDS) WORTH OF PRIZES ALREADY LOOKED j OUT, numbered, and now exhibited in thc windows of thc HALL OF COMMERCE. , Those who do not like CAMPBELL, and who designate his NOVEL ENTER- PRISE, by the inelegant and anti-respect- able terms of bunkum, bosh, &c, &c, are requested to come and take a list of the numbers distinctly marked on each prize, and on the 15th MAY, the day they will bc DRAWN FOR, if W. B.-CAMPBELL cannot distinctly SHOW and MAKE PUBLIC to whose lot the TEN SOVE- REIGNS, and ALL OTHER PRIZES have fallen, then will be thc time to com- plain. Every person who goes to CAMP- BELL'S, and spends'five pounds, can have a ticket, and one for every five pounds laid out before 15th May¿ Those who spend one pound, will receive a small ticket, of which it will bc necessary to get five, and then to exchange «thc five tor one large ticket, which will entitle the owner to one draw : for thc ten sovereigns ; and other prizes, some of 'w...

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THE RECENT ASSAUT D'ARMES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

THE RECENT ASSAUT D'ARMES. J TO THE BDITOtt OP TnB EXAMINElt. . " SIB,-Will you { kindly permit ; me space in;1 Um ! columns of your valuable journal to remark that, in my opinion, tho Assaut d'Armos given in the School of íArta, bn«Wednesday ovoning: last,' was! highly oroditablo to tho combatants ongnged, moro especially as it was an amateur performance, and deserves very favourable oomtnent. ;: As. a'Bpectator, 1 consider ' the fencing', of Messrs. Conroy, fraught; Venator, arid Bottrill reflected 'great credit on those gentlemen. ' ;>.','' " Mr. Venator certainly knows how to use the musket, cyon whon minus powder and shot.. The very delicate feats of Mr. Bottrill, cutting tho apple on his - own hand with the broadsword ; and cutting tlie stick i on two tumblers lilied with water, without disturbing th« latter,- speak well for his proficiency in tho particular uso of that formidable weapon. . ' It was evident that all persons present at tho enter tainmont woro much gratified ...

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BANK MANAGEMENT—AS DISCLOSED BY THE LATE TRIALS IN THE SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY. (From the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

BANK MANAGEMENT-AS DISCLOSED BY THE LATE TRIALS IN THE SUPREME' COURT, SYDNEY. ; (From thc Maitland Mercury.) ? WB find m the Herald An explanation" (we! :nught almost call it a joint-stock banking explanation) of tho. unfavourable circum- stance which carno to the light of day, in tho trial of tho libel case, Irving v. Hobey, in tho Supreme Court, and which received .fürthér illustration in tho trial Eobey v. Australian Joint Stock Bank. Tho circum jStanco was this : Mr. Clark Irving, by repute 'ono of tho most wealthy men in Sydney, although a pirector of the Joint Stock Bankj became security at that bank for cash credit extended to two finns, for £14,000 and £20,000. Tho Judge (Mr. Justice Wise) called attention to this fact in delivering his judgement, and advised that wherever it is .possible mercantile men Bhould refrain from .occupying this kind of doublo position, of acting as a trustee for tho benefit of others,, as a bank director does, and at tho Bamo' time bocoming perso...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

ENGLISH! SIlÎPPINCk MVJICCIC OF TUE _ AMEUIOAJ.- BA.TIQ.UE WAVUHTA'.: -:: Tho "'seconds officer ol', this zossol has furnisho&'tbe following account of horlossie" We left'Moulmein on the 3rd. of .November, "Amherst 19th. On4ho- 28th December ' >wo?-bad' strong E.N.B.winds, Which; incrcjised*to^a gale, ¥o shortened canvas nnd ^ui^ur\coiirso "being W.S.W., and .lieptihis'^rVi\nli^ tue Sth of January. Wo;wero"\then cointoulled-td hoitye-to under ?bare poles,vihe «hip making; very bad woa'ther. We, thdíi^/p"ut'-|'hor':li0ad?to tho north with ^roft'fc/diíBuülfcyivíl'hiaíWftST))! tho Gtli, Wo i then found fromOioavy'straining she made a deal ; of water. Wo had to lash ourselves ítq; tho..pumpsJ .thp/seamakiug a clean breach ^overútóí'bTit Avithtthe 'utmost exertionÁ-she >(tiU"gaiuo<l. uponjlis; .; Wo then .concluded' to cut away our masts, which was !dono cx copt.themainmast; tliosVcftnjo with- BUCII force that it washed tV\viVfl2ftn our lash- ings at tho pumps. l...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

- " VARIETIES.. ' ' , CuilB FOU '^IECïrA.TTBlM^jv.]3atllO thc : . ; ? parts ' affected Ä wlktar üV\drtch potatoci . with their BldnsVu^haro bcon^ailcd, as hoi as pan bo homo, inst boToro go«g* to bed "By tho next morning the pain will/bo, mud reliovod, if not removed! Ono application of this simple remedy has cured tho .mosi obstinate rheumatic pains. . ? , BAB TEETJI.-Liebig assorts that tho En; ' glish people, on tho wholo, have very bad teeth, and docs not hesitate to ascribe this . deutal. doficioncy ^ to tho practico of eating white bread with alum in it. Tho sulphuric acid in tho alum decomposes the phosphate of limo in tho tcothv ; . ADVEnnaiNo has gwen many a good busi- ness; has Bavcdmany a¡fan)mg business; has rescued many a lost ' Uusines ; has revived - many a dull business ; li» enlarged many a : ? small -business ; has prescWd many, a largo .'business; haa created many^a new business ; has¿secured'success -in every sort¡of busi- ness. ; . Everyhousehold has its pot nam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

Alteration, of the time of Depar- ture of the Steamer Ulmarra. SHIPPERS by thc above" named vessel, arc respect fully informed that henceforth the time of her, departure will bey/./ Fou Ui.jfc/nÀ, On MONDAY///RIDAYS, anil SATURDAYS, Ill Fon C'/njl CHEEK, .And thc upper part of thc Rivcrj as fdi aS ,thc Retreat-on TUESDAYS. FOR SMITH'S FLATJ . : On every alternate WEDNESDAY. , Starting each day at as carly an hour, as possible, from. Fl SHER'S WHARF, where all cargo .will .now bo received. ? . ? THOMAS FISHER; Agent. TO FARMERS; jgfe^ rp H \\/f S CROON E li JSSÈ; ^ ypjpRSEVERANCEj Captain SMfttíAi will be laid. on for BRISBANE, : ifMufEcient encouragement offer. ¥' '.' ' '- ? ?'. ??'¡ . For freight ti? passage. apply to ¥M:! KIRCHNER, Fuctóryi ? . 28o TELEGRAPH POLES. LENDERS' REQUIRED, for cutting and conveyinatófol\vholc.of thc Tele graph POSTSyApJErcdrbest description of hardwood, for tbjRTrbetwccn Grafton and Tenterfield; 'Mt/tmâev to state the price I per milcj at an average of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

Grafton, TO-MORROW (We/icsday) MORNING, at daylight. / .. foMrfûll: particulars;as to .freight Sec., yj 'Si rt jia'jtn A YAH "A i- ,i i -i i Steam Navigation Company. aa3í¡Íbík IVrOTICB. - I hav.o THIS 3¡¡|Éj§£ ±* ' DAY, APPOINTED Mr. THOMAS. FISHER, AGENT E0R , THIS COMPANY, AT ¿ff GRAFTON;' ' to who/ all OUTSTANDING DEBTS arc f<j^hwith tovbc PAID, and whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge for the same. < > TILMOUTH P. DYE, Secretary. Grafton, 17th March, 1862. _ < 257 Clarence and ' Richmond River Steam Navigation Company. NOTICE. TO 'SHIPPERS ' AND , CON A, /4 . SIGNEES. ¡ FÄEE WHARF! FREE WHARF! «âùb^k f\N AND AFTER the 1st ^g^fe APRIL,. ALL- GOODS discharged from the .Company's steamers, will be DELIVERED to thc CONSIG- NEES, at - ' ! CjWen<KS / and Richmond River FISHER'S WHARF, FREE OF WHARFAGE, if .REMOVED within FORTY-EIGHT'' HOURS after arrival. ' TILMOUTH F. DYE, Secretary. Grafton, 17th March, 1862. , - 258 . ; -' 0Au...

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LATEST COMMERCIAL. PRODUCE CIRCULARS. WHOLESALE. [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S] [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser — 25 March 1862

LATEST COMMERCIAL^ J PRODUCE CIRCULARS: WHOLESALE. /V J [ANDERSON, CAMPBELL, AND co.'a] - ' Arrivals during Mia post week linvo not- hoon royor moiiy,'ah.d tho.prices,-of Bonio- articles IIRVOVOOIIÖÖ quontly ndvanc'od._ . , i, . V / llaize has advanced to 53 Cd ia(r which pricovlliero; ia n'good demand, , : r-1 .: | Wheat continues-nt our formor. quotations, bltfc. tho demand ¡«j if iinvthini;, bi'islter.i. . ' ;. - v 1 Flour soils readily, il. of prime-quality, nt our ? quo- tations. _ I li * .'Wofloiigong butter eoutinues in-good'-domnncl,' for, primo snmplcs 1B 3d. . ..)-'. ..' S -Potatoes aro very low in .priocynnd exceedingly dull Of Salí. ?.. . , i . .: :.?'.... Bacon-Cd. to li. por lb. for primo : Barley, Knglish---Bä. to Cs. per busliul i-f . ' Ditto' Capo-ia to 4s. Cd :' ' ; Bran-ls 4d to ls Gd per bushel - - Buttur-ls to ls 3d por,lb, Cheesp-3d to Cd: .,,.;"..-. .. ,'». ?? Calves-8Ga to <iOs,onch , ., : !FIour-finest Town-iîlft per'toh Ditto, finest Adelaide-jBl...

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