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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

. WEEKLY CALENDAR. 2 £ o Hlpll WATER AT:. MQKTHW v DAY. . 2 ' . ' ' ' '1' WOLLOMOONO. a .-.??-? mm, - 5, v. 5 ??? i'';v ? '.-?-. c3 a ® — , . v ?; i. ' ? U1 ® . , ? a MORN.. E.Y.EN. [{. M IU M. IT. 11. Hi:. M July 21 i M.. 7 . 1 .*- .11 !$?». 1 1 .54. 0:- ... 10 ,i. 22 T.. 7 . 1 5 .12.' 19 0 ? . 43 0 . 58 ??? „ ' 23 W.. 7. 1 ft . 12 20 1 ; . 30 U. . 56 ,,. 24. T.. 7 . 0 5 . 13 21 2' . 17 2 . 40 25 F ... T ... 0 5 . 14 22. 3: . 5, 3 . 31 , 26 S^,.. ,7. .. 50 5. .15 23 3 ~ . 5U, 'h,,. 16 'V, 27 Sun-. 7'.. 58 5 . 10 24 4 .40 5 . 4 ' 1 i % Jiiifelffit, SlElfUC^.. , 'MEASURES, NOT-IIEN.'' ? , MONDA Y1,. JUL.Y, 21* I856VU

Publication Title: Illawarra Mercury
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(To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

( To the Editor of the Illawarra Mercury.) . . Sir — My attention has been drawn to a paragraph in your paper of the 7th instant, (referring .to the proceedings of an :adr journed meeting held here - to , form a society for the abolition of State aid for religious purposes), in which I am designated as '.a descendant of Abraham.' 'If by this is meant that I am a Jew, I beg to correct the writer of the article, for although, paternally * of Israelitish descent, I am not, nor ever was of the Hebrew per suasion. My argument, also, was not quite fairly stated. I contended that, whereas, on the one hand, the principle; of Sir 11. Bourke's Church Act, limiting-state assistance to Christians only is partial, and therefore, unjust, as it would compel all- to nnnf.vilmf a in f.lia Qiwmnrf. e\f +.1i» rolin«imic ocf nhl Julimon f.-t. t\f tt. part ; the new principle introduced by the advocates of tho grant to the Jews, namelv,, that all who contribute to the revenue, have mi equal claim to suc...

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THE MANAGEMENT OF THE PUBLIC LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

' TUB MANAGEMENT. OF THE PUBLIC LANDS.- . I? -.is impossible, that there can be any -other question of equal importance to., tbiv.'Coloiiy, at the present ; time, with' the one indicated by vthe title of this article. It demands tlie most patient, , searching, unci unbiased enquiry. It is a. question upon, the satisfactory solution and settlement of; which the statesmen l;as.„ample- room to exercise and display his wisdom, sagacity, and foresight- Notonly will he have to legislate in such c.. maimer, us to, remove tho existing causes of complaint, and .to . meet, the present universal demand for just and definite laws, but he, will liavo to provide for future exigencies. In dealing with' it, he will ? ' discover it to be one of those subjects which belong more to the future than to the past or present in- a greater- degree than . perhaps. an.y, other subject that could -be.- brought before him-. Tlie ? 1. ? 'l .... ? ..i: ? - ? ii ? i- ? .!? ? . ... ? ? ? --_v iiiiia, uuu« 'uueucueu...

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[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

('from our own courespondekt/] It 'is with pleasure I am enabled to inform you of the improve ment of things in general in this district. Tlie -large store oF Ritchie, Brothers, is doing a good trade, although the state ot' the roads, through the late rains, have rendered travelling in tlio interior rather a tedious business. The Bush Bank Steam Mill .commences operationss on Wed nesday next, -and the spirited iproprietor is entitled _t,o every success, as it will be* one of the greatest benefits to this district . i...(. i...„ „i....„ r„.. „ i«„™+;rr,Q Uino nan UR-.c.n »iui «i- uiuiu. The sohotfl on Monnt Pleiisunt is prospering', Tlie increased numbers of scholars since the school has been uiider the abla management of Mr. Reid has increased two thirds-; and everyono that has children in the school appear porfectly satisfied, which shows much tor it? prosperity. The inhabitants -of this locality have had a great treat, given by the renowned horseman. Ashton, who with that degree o...

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TO OUR READERS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

:. y TO OUil READERS:1-- ; r ' \. In consequence of the-w,iexpect^.ua-nvnl .ot later Englislv-iJxews and aii -influx of--adve^TS'eni.ents,-i We:iare reluctantly-! compelled to 'oniit'-;%;Woih'muhteu^j'art-r(^&^bii^^5'£^inalQ?-:Ed&cdt^ .Country Newj8f- ivc. } . , ^

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FRANCE. Paris, Sunday evening, 20th April. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

iIaM. H From -the Corrcspbftdcnt of 'the Northern 'Daily Times.) Paris, Sunday evening, 20th April. The Paris papers of vefitomv ana to-day t.aih oi tne angry fdiscussiohs in the Congress about 'Italy, which I announced to you jiu my letter of Monday last. But they gito no. particulars beyond what I was able to coin'muiiicate to you, except it bo that they say that Lord Cluronilou was ho vehement that hotCulled tho policy oi the AustriaKS, towards Italy, 'infernal.' The expression may ?Lave been used, biit it is a very strong one for a smooth-tongued i'diijl-.'inati.st. , , . , , The tele'Tanhic despatches we have received to-day are not . 'without interest. Troiii Marseilles we have one announcing tne 'arrival of news from Constantinople to the 10th, to the ettect that a ratification of the treaty of peace was to be sent ofi ou the (14th : ti.ao now disturbances, directed against the Christians, had lnoken out at Tuukavat and Tokat ; that part ot the English V 1 altic fleet, was ex...

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European News FIVE DAYS LATER INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

Cteniroiii lltfflSi FftfE tiAYS' LATER INTELLIGENCE. By tfis arrival of the royal riiiiil-shij} Miudonv, at Poft Phillip Wn the 11th instant, wA hive English news to the 2 2nd April'. The following are the principal items of news, copied by th'e Sydney papers! from the frortKer'n Times, t'o the 21st April. The Queen and Eritrea Albert tVe're At iLldersliott 'oA Friday '?(\8tih), and though there Was Ad re'view the scene fras brilliant and animated; , Her MAjesty rode Aut td, View the inspectioA Of thei trodpft. Th'e Royal jS&hy p&fcAAk Af 'diAVier Immediately after thevr return t6 caAip, and to'ok up ther abode for the night In the Bo al Pavilion. Oh SatiVrday niomiAg 'her Majesty, accompanied ;l,v H.R.H. LVmce Albert, H.R.ll. the iViike of Cambridge-, and the Princess Royal, hid It, grand parade inspection of the trbops ?at Aldershott, with a review and sham battle; After the Review ithe Royal party retained t6 F&rnbdrAtigh station; aild iV&m tfeetfo...

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GREAT NAVAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

tKE GREAT NAVAL REVIEW. T^e Com nian der-in -Chief, Vice-AdAiiral Sir G. Seymoiir, k;.%~ ualied all the captains Of the fleet to attend the Admiralty House on Saturday morning, when the movements to be executed at the review', by Her Majesty, ou Wednesday, 23rd April, were finally' arranged. The Queen will arrive at the Clarence-vard from town about twelve o'clock, and at oiiee embark on board the nn al yacht', which will proceed out to Spithead in a line with the fi.isr SU p, the wiiole ot the fleet and oatt'eries astiore saluting. Her MajeSty will then proceed throAgh the whole fleet to the wester- . . most end wheri the ships will again pass in review order. Tin* royal yacht Will return t'o above the flagships, and then the divisions of gun boats \Vill be brought into active operation. Mimic atta'ck's Will be niade upon the large class ships, Sotuhsea Castle; and other prominent p.duts. The spectacle will conclude about four o'clock. Some idea may be formed of the extent of the f...

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THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA. Sebastopol, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

i'HE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA. ''(Wdrh 'ike 'C&ric&fronUdnt of 'tiie Koriherh Tidily Tithe's.) bebastopol, April 2. To:day-, th'e great AeWs arrtvea, And 'pe&ce ' was prooliiimed by the canAA's loud voice, a fait accorkpli. Perhaps one of the most surprising incidents that have mi'rked this', the strangest war in the tdtAance of history, His been the announcement of its teri'AinatidVi. ilow would the an'Aies, 'Who feges ago made this their b .ttie- field', spring with amaze from their hidden graves could they know that the treaty Af peace, sigAed hi Paris oA the 3'-5th March, was f6nnally proclaimed he're on the 2nd April. But | we live1 ill tiiAes when the lightmng is our po'stmAii, steam oiar coiclu'Aan, aAd the stin ^our portraijt painter, and, tlieivfore, nothing surprise's Us. At two (/clock to-div, crowds migh't be nfien ass'pVntilins: on the hill, that sOino call Coagheate's, and Athers Telegraph Hill-, to h'ear iho Official ann'ouAcenVeV^t of the ...A.n 'pi...

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SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. (Compiled From the Herald and Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

SYDNEY PRICES CURRENT. ( Compiled from the Herald and Empire.) . : » ?, AlCS— English, :per hhd i-; 4i -8 -10 0 'to 9 0 0 Byiifts's; per dozen . ; *?; 0 10 0 0 '10 6 Alsop's, ditto ;» * ; ii Q 10 0 0 IU t Arrd%root, per lb; v; *- 0 7 '0 o 0 DittOi Mawilla 4. n t. 0 0 5 '0 0 ® BkcoH, iper lb. *?»' ?*'. !0 0 7 '0 0 S Bags, 3 'bushel, j-er do'is. -a -a 0 18 0 '0 19 0 Gunnies heavy, ,per dozen'.-. 0 7 !6 0 8 0 Bark, per ton v. v. 9 0 0 I'O 10 0 BeBswax, per lb. ;'. ». ?ii 0 0 '8 0 0 0 Bluestoue, ditto., v. ». 0 '0 5 0 0 6 Bread; per loaf of 2 lb. .-. . . 0 0 5 0 0 0 Bricks, English, per 1000 -3 If 0 4 0 0 -Butter — Fresh, per i'b. '0 18 0 16 Irish, ditto . . -.?; '0 13 0 1 8 Cork Rose, ditto -a- 0 14 0 J 6 1 American, ditto V. 0 1 3 0 1 4 Dutch, ditto ?.?. ?.* 0 O il 0 10 bottled Fruits, qutfrtz, per doz.v 0 12 0 0 13 'CaudleS-^bjiurm, ptfr I'b ?.?. »?. X) 2 0 0 2 S BeluiOiit, dittio ?«?. 0 1 '6 D17 Moulds, ditto ... .. i . O t) 7 0 0 7 ?Cement'— Roman, per tiaii'el . .11 0 to 0 0 Portl...

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Illawarra District Intelligence. KIAMA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

Uliiniacra .listrtrt Sirtclligtint. '? '?- -'ICIA'MA. ' v ? ' 1 . A pfBLic. meeting o'f the Kiama Branch of the 'N. S. Walesi Auxiliary to the British and Foreign Bible Society, was dield. in, tfie Free Church on Wednesday evening. 'Ihe ilev/ .Dr.: Barnier took the chair, and opened the meeting with 'prayer. The i Secretary read the subjoined. _ , Rbport. v* ' l r ' It is matter for humble gratitude to God that the, operations ., of the branch have been so far successful -during the' iis ..first Mialf years probation. It is obvious however from the report- above; ilia.t it is as vet the da- of small things with this Bra null .ot the i^reat and noble socinty, whose parentage it claims ; .for,' c.on-:- sidermg that the population in and around Ki.-inu is estimutodiat . i i i ? -i » I . U not turn tnree tuousana persons, anu uian-ju^ a-iM|ne lor those who may be supposed to have copies ot.the aciiptuies already, and for those who may be unable to read, theie must be a large number who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

Stock Taking' Sale . 'v ?' ?? At HOLROYD*S WOLLONtJONG Sftiftfcj Consisting of— DRAPERY; CLOTHING, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, ttfclUNOS, TWEED and POPLIN) ROBES atld DRESSES, DELAINES, nnvwrTQ FANCY GOODBj &'o» , &t. ? -Prior to the Annual Stock Taking tlie i&0va NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS will be sold at a , I : ; ' GREAT REDUCi'IOJ?, IN MANY CASES-, U N:D E R SYDNEY PRICES; ? ; . iBlankets'^'s. 'fid.-, *106. ''6d., 1*23. '8d., l'6s; 6d., and -21s. per pair ?Fhinrteb Jl0£d., -Is.,. Is. 3d.-, is. 6d. to 2s. 'fit!, per yard ©elaiites °5a. Gd., 6a. 8d, aind 7s» 6d. thtj DresS, long 'lengths I [Rich Twill'd Cachraei'ea '8s. '6d. afod lCte.'6d.$fcia DfesB / ? $-4 Circassian 'Cloths, lOjd. per yatd ' 6-4 Figured Alpaca, lOjd. ditto „ % I Ditto Marie Lustres, ta. 3d. ditto / Fine 7*4 Freiich Trills, l'a. '6d. ditto; t . uA few saall patterns ditto, ditto to 3Jd. 'yarn. T ft E SHAWLS will be deit^a itt HALF tlliE '^TGL1SH 'COST, at UM. A variety ?$ fiew 'styles fft \VTftter ...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. MONDAY,JULY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

MWtlT. 0$ REQUESTS. Monday. J-ult 14. ?? 'When' the Court opened, there being but v,o,ne Magistrate .present, lie could only proceed. ^ith.4h.oge eases rhac wore-jinder J65.J, James Br.ooker v. Dr. Hos'ungs, for £4 3s. 3 1. Tl, lis case was , adjourned Irani the previous Court, in order that Dr. Hoskings ? might produce is b.ook in support of a, -set-off .that he. had pleaded. A verdict was given for the .plaintiff for £1 6s. 4d. ? James Fitzgerald ,v James Denmeade, for £2. In February ?/list the plaintiff bought a cow from Denmeade, who warranted .lier to calve in two m mths from that date, or to forfeit £2; she ? had not. yet calved, therefore the present action. Denmeade con - ? ' H-»nied to a verdict for thp. nlaintiif as he had sworn the cow. bad I ?-not slipped her wilf. . ^ - ( Before Messrs. Snntlj, Ellis, ..andrDavison.) , - James H, olden v. Samuel Thorns for £5-,17s..6d. The transac tions out of which this suit arose entered over two, or three years 'v /aiid was for flou...

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KIAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

Kiama. ' The following country lots, will be sold at rthe Crown Lands' . : 'Office, Kiama, on tlie 29th August:— Lot. 1. 135a. 2r. ; 2, 74a. ; 3, 73a. 2r. ; 4, 59a. lr. ; 5, ,72a. ; 6, 34a. 2r. ; 7, -162a.; 8, 146a. 2r. 30 p. ; parish unnamed, situated on Broughton's Mill Creek. ? Lot 9 66*.; 10, 63a. 2r. 28p. ; 11, 66a. lr. 24p. ; 12, 67a. 2r. '.^30 p. ; 13, 32a 2r. ; 14, 32a. Or. 30p. ; 15, 63a. 3r. 8p. ; 16, '59a.; ,17, 30h. 2r. 20p. ; 18, 30a. ; parish unnamed, near .the Broughton Creek Village Reserve. Lot 19, 8 la. 3r., parish unnamed, near Terragong Swamp. * . i Lot 20, 55a. lr., parish uniuMiKd, on Wood's llo.ad to Bong Song. Through the whole of these 'lots 'there are roads, with the excep tion of the. last, in various direciions, the area of which is allowed -for in the total area. The. upset price to -each .lot .is £.1 .pur acre, ou,d the . Deed : Pee, £, 1 ,.C3 .

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Local Intelligence. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

' ? '. Cfltnl Siitriliannt. -- SALE OF CROWN LANDS. ? ; The following special country lots of land will bp Biihmittcd for - **,'ile at the Crown Land1 a Office, Braid wood, ou the 29thi day of ?August next : — County Of St. Vi.vcbst. , r-Lot 1, 15a. 2r. on Feegan's Creek. Lots 2, 21n. 2r. ; .3, 3(Ja. ; 4, 31a.; 5, 54a. 'lr. ; 6, 42a. 3r..; V, 61 ia. Or. 6p. ; 8, 42a., and 9, 39 1. ; oil tlio Mongiirlowe River ; tlio Braidwood and Clvdo R'iver Road passes through lots 2, 3, 4, 5, -6, and ,7. iLotsrlO,'32a. ; '11, 32a.; 12, 31a.'; parish of Coghi'll, on the -, 'Bedding Ground Creek . Lots 13, 40iv. ; 14, 30a. ; 15, 30a. ; 16, 30a. lr. ; 17, 30a. 2r.;; 18, 30a. 3r. ; 19, 30a. 3r. ; 20, 30a. 2r. ; 21, 30a. lr. ; 22, 30a. ; 23,30a.; 24, 36a. lr. ; 25, 36a. lr. ; 2(», 30a. ; 27, 30a,; 28, .34a., in tho parish of Coghill. The lass three lots are situated on Bedding Giouud Creek. Lot 29, 37a., on Onomnear or Jenabattgulfa Creek. . The upset price of all tho above lots is £1 per acre, and a ...

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THURSDAY, JULY 17. (Before H. Gordon. Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

TllTntSDAY. July 17. ' ? (Before H. Gordon, Eso.) ? ? Michael. Muliins. was brought up for drunk nness. It- being his I ^/first offence, he was lined .5s., or, in default ot paying which, ?,-twenty-four hours in the cells; and, being short of, tbe.'Jieedful, --s -the latter took place. J

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before C. T. Smith, Esq.) MONDAY, July 14 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

{COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. : ; (Before C. T. Smith, Esq.) ? 1 Momday, July 14. 'James A.ins worth, was charged at tlio -instance of constable vlBeit with using obscene language in Crown-street ; the offence was -/fully proved and he was fi.ied £5, or one month's imprisonment. ? Richard Smith was charged with assaulting constable R.it in vthe discharge of liis duty. Beit was bringing to the watch house r4he man Aiusworth, named in the preceding ease, when Smith in terfered along with another person not in custody, and by their »®id the prls iner whom he hud in charge was rescued, but was ...after wards rercapture-l,on belt on aimng nssistan-.-e. neiuy on, nip- ? son gave evidence in support ot the charge ; Smith was also lined . or one month's imprisonment. This fine, as well as the pro ceeding one, wa5 paid. ^ William Hirst was brought up on the charge of drunkenness, ?-,and it being the second offence: lie was fined £1; or 4S hours in ? . vtbe cells. Hirst had been fined 5s. tin; pr...

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THE NEW GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

' THE NEW -GOVERNOR OF, VICFORI.V.i'j v The -0&»«rvcr'of^Salurday,':th'6.'3td May, which 'is known'to be Informed by the Go vorh t'tien' t'i ! s tiitos that- the , Governorship of tli*-' coIhiiv -of \ ictoiia-,' hail'1 Ijeeii - offeh?d to '--the* ;SIai;q'u|s '.of uhandos, and not reftt.sed;-.^'.Th^^Vsai'i)'e '' 'sitli&tioil' was:' ofleied by Mr Labouchere to the, EarLoh, Elgin. some weeks- book-,- .who, -aspiring HO-gcvater,, things, ?? declined :% the - ttppointment. -. Accepting,.: there ,f. ite, ,,the., statement ofr the. Ob&ervtr- as-correct, we may stale our conviction ;:.tliat:rt!ierrruiiii^ -.iiobk--niaii -who. has. been nanied will make., a u.sel iil, a( iiiot.a, biilliant, . .Governor of- the most important of our, Australiaii , colonies;-, v, ? ? . vv; IJui itig..t,lie ,la»t;yoai-,;OK; two: the -ilarquis of Chaiidos-has been at fthe;.,liead. oi.,thoi!l;ondoii,raird ..iiSo|'th.- Western: Railway;: as, : =we' ..believoi paul chairmaiiji/iiiul iu. tbat...

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FIFTEEN DAYS LATER INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

.' ,.m-TEENVDA^^ , ; [ are.'.piit' ,in- ' p'ossessi on oO ft-jeep gi ve ;a; few of the rnos t important ittims belo'.v.v:-r^- ? - .??? Tfiii G0STm:fi0NS-'aE Tifis peace. '. ! ? ? . ' UU 'i:t 'j y i-i ? - ; Tho. entire conditions: of, the,; peace- are now officially, . made :kno^nV Jand isatisfuetion'^is-'noti/rcreased with nibre 'peflect kiiow ledge. ' \ : {??-Gepnaayw-;i8,-«^ert-aii)liR5-the.-^reafMfc'gniiier. Itrhas the :Dannbe -openvtp.ifs, .exports,; and- the, ,Buijul]ianip/ioviiicest:todts;entt'i prise ; ?comiiieroial, and '.political,, influences, iiii;i that idirectipn^as ,,w'ell;-as power .over the Sclavonic, r- ces of- thdsouthjiof which (Russia. had .actually; deprived Austria, Jhavejbeeiiiretconqucred'for'tfce-Eriiperor 'Kraiifis.- Jose.i)h; by.a..the/. swords jOf:.--Eiiglana«iand Fran'ce,, and pr.e jsented to hiin^by. tlie.Viictorious-powerSi .T5 For themselves they had 'gained, notlnni:,, but i tliey^. have, eiveii.rajiew/lease of existance to. :Tur,key,i.of; which: the...

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SYDENY MARKETS. PROCES OF FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Mercury — 21 July 1856

? SYDNISY MAUlClS'L'rf. l'UICl S OF riiOUR. ' The dctnaml 'for flour lias liecmne cdnsidonvlily.' more active tliis wooli, wliile . ithe supply of wheat from the.' mterior has not.- increased. The con'scquouctv , 5j. is been, that to-dav an advance ol 20s. per ton i'n« *-??--»» placo'iu flour : jaiid .wheat is quoted rather more than proportio n'lyhlghtr. ' -iii'ssrs B-vrkor ilnd ' r.,' ''ot ? tine 'lour at1 124,'a id second quality it JS2v s-fw ton ot.fO Ollis. V- heat is in ,d«uiaud' it ' s, to 8j. 0d. ? t r b she!, Bran »», , ,U. to Is. Gil. ier.busl.pV , ,,, POUl.TUY AND DAIRY rUODUCK. Powls, 4s. to 4s. Gd. per couple ; ducks, Gs. to 8s. 6d. ditto; ditto, wild. 8s. ditto: teal, 4s.. ditto; geese, IDs. to 14s. ditto; turkeys, 10s. to 20s, ditto; pigeons, 2s. ditto ; roasting pigs, 6s. to 8s. each ; butter, la. 3d. to Is. Gd. per lb. ; cheese, 7d. to 9d. ditto : bacon, 7d. to 8V61. ditto ; lard, Gd. ditto : eggJ, 1-1. ,-!(). per ilo'/on ; )K)tatoes, now 5s. -to 8s. Gil. per cwt ;,...

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