Hides are in better demand ; in some caaea the heavy and first light sorts brought slight advance. In leather there is a moderate demand foy Australian ; former rates are steadily sustained. Bark. — Only moderate sales made at a slight decline. Horns — Almost all sold ; prices Is lower. Tallow Market exceedingly depressed. P.Y. C. on the spot, 52s 9d. to 535. Oils. — Australian, ex 'Boanerges,' sold at 425. Sperm is cheaper ; good quality sold at £95 10s. Cork. — Wheat has declined from 2s. to 3s Oats. — Ditto. Coffee in limited request at easy prices. Sugab. — Prices for all descriptions, Is. to Is. 6d. cheaper. Market exceedingly dull.
Spirits.— Rum lower in pi ice. Braudies dull ; common kinds cheaper. ENGLISH SHIPPING. Arrivals. From Sydney.— 'The Star of Peace,' 'Duncan Dunbar,' 'British Trident,' and 'Lucy Macdonald.' From Melbourne.— 'Owen Glendower,' 'Prince of Wales,' 'Peru,' 'Kleber,' 'Themis, 1 'Yorkshire,' and ' Sydney Griffiths.' For Sydney. — ' Queen of the Fleet,' ' CUsy,' 'Lochiel,' '.Rachel,' 'Bellona,' 'Wave of Life,' 'Vimeira,' 'Annie Armstiong,' and 'Sovereign of the Seas.' For Melbourne. — 'Washington,' ' Empress of the Seas,' • Result,' 'Scottish Chief,' 'Walter Lord,' ' Stalmta, ' ' Atalanta, ' ' Lightning, ' ' Koona,' 'Mooria,' 'Indemnity,' 'Wave,' 'Europe,' 'Frenchman,' 'Matilda,' 'Dufferland Kent,' and 'Countess of Seafield.' There are twenty-six vessels on the berth, for Melbourne and Geelong, at London, and seventeen for Sydney. The American barque ' Cockietrate,' of Boston, from Melbourne to Singapore, Captain Bangs, struck on the Abrolhos Rocks, on the 14th June. The vessel was lost, but all hands were saved.
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Daily Southern Cross, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVII, Issue 1428, 20 August 1861
PRODUCE MARKETS. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XVII, Issue 1428, 20 August 1861
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