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DpsEDix. — The Daily Times of the 7th inst.' raports as follows :'— 'JL'he market for all staples bw been Very inactive, and scarcelyany sales are taking place except of very sinallparcels for current wants. Under the iinpressipa that the values of some goods must alter, there is at present a general dis- , inclination to enter into large transactions, and nnfcil further arrivals of overdue ships from Britain, ' and of intelligence as to the extent of shipments coming forward, the feeling will probably continue to prevail. Values pi nil goods are so nearly unchanged as to require no notice. Intelligence from the A\i§tealian markets is hourly expsct'jd, and if satisfactory, may to some trifling degree stimulate business here.

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Grey River Argus, Grey River Argus, Issue 79, 14 July 1866

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Grey River Argus Grey River Argus, Issue 79, 14 July 1866

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