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THE WAY OF THE WORLD. AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

AN AUSTRALIAN NOVEL. By GROSVENOR BUNSTER. SYNOPSIS. The story introduces us to the heroine (Alice Harrington), who has obtained a remunerative .situation as governess, through the aid of the Rev. Mr. Rotors, in honor of which her friend, ]£thel Labour, determines on giving the household a picnic-' to Brighton beacli. They are accompanied by SVillie (Alice's brother) and an effervescent French man, named Mons, Biron, and his wife. While there they meet a Mr. Gordon, a resident, to whose cottage they adjourn, to whom, however, Ethel I/afleur expresses a great aversion. Alice Harrington is introduced to her charge as governess, and Mr. George Gordon tries to discover her whereabouts. This is achieved through seeing her in a theatre in which Miss Lnfleur makes her debut as an actress. The latter warns Alice apainst Mr. Gordon The latter, however, makes love to Miss Harrington, who consents to become his wife.

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PART IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

PART IX. " VVe will have no witnesses but Mon sieur and hia wife, and we will drive iuto the country, and so pass our honeymoon. And then, darling, we will away," and as he spoke lie arose and paced the room. The' old dread came to the girl as she watched him. " Why are you so eager to leave Mel bourne, George ?" she ashed timidly. He looked around at her quickly and searchingly. " Why, little one," he cried," " is it not natural, you know of my misfor tunes"—andhcrehe turned away his headand blushed—"To know that there is no attrac tion in the place for me when you are mine. I had intended to leave for England when I first met you ; theu I gave up all thought of it, until I possessed you," and lie smiled tenderly. Ah ! there is little wonder that, our little Alice, fell fluttering into this man's. ' arms. He was no common lover ; but being all fire in his love, he bore down all opposi tion to it. So the time wove on. Mr. Gordon called every day, but never stayed long. He seemed to ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

Cricket. As a result of the much debated in cident in the first test match Storer lias presented McLeod with a bat. Storer- says lie would rather than ^50 (hat the unfortunate affair had not happened, Mr. C. \V, Alcock, secretary of the Surrey Cricket Club, referring to the •proposed visit of another Australian Eleven to England, says that a team would-be welcome in-18^9^ ' ■ At the conclusion of the second test match, which commences in Melbourne to day. Ranjitsinhji is going to Syd ney to. undergo an operation in, regard to his tonsils, and will have to rest about a fortnight. • ■ i George Giffen has at^ast come to terms with the promoters of the- Eng^ lish cricketing team, and will play in the three last test matches. He . will not take part in the next match owing to being out' of form. He will 'play against New South Wales in the intercolonial match. ■"In'the course of an interview at Mel bourne on Monday "Raji" said that immediately after the second test match he would return ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

ARGYLE SCHOOL. :fi.Q©-a.os .^.sLjBiEonEsr ssie?., ••s'sr-aaKTEi"^", Conducted B>y Miss S3. C. Baxter. LARGE, LOFTY, WELL-VENTILATED SCHOOLS, HEALTHY POSITION. The School is situated on one of the mo8t elevated and healthy, positions arouod Sydney, within easy walking distance of the Botanical Gardens, Centennial. Park,. &c. The drainage and appointments of the premises are perfectj.and every attention is paid to the health and wellbeing of the Resident Pupild, who occupy the largor house and have a separate playground, proper exercise being secured by ineana of healthy ! games, calisthenics, and daily walks. The School is divided into a Senior and .Junior Division and the course of instruction embraces all , the branches required for a High-Class Education, including Latin, French, &c. The results obtained by th ; Pupils of the School ,at the University Examinations mav be taken as a proof of the success of the system adopted. THE FAIRFAX SENIOli I'RIZE, in 1880, ...

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A Mathematical Prescription, [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

A Mathematical Prescription, | He was a doctor of the advanced school. He laid his finger on my pulse, and with his watch in his hand gave it a fair start, and observed it carefully all the way round. " Strong1 74," he said in a moment. Then he consulted a card ! that was covered with figures, and con tinued : "That equals G3," and.he placed that number on a.sla'te. "Put out'your i tongue. Good ! ; That is 14,", he said. • i . " Inches ?" I._ _Tio-vv-ljs.-.your appetite'?" lie Inquired, ignoring my question. i.: :• Equal to the supply." "That makes 204;" he replied.' " Can't you reduce It a little ?" I asked, but failed to get his attention. . Cold feet ?" ■ ••1es,."< I' answered. ' ■ Three," he said.- :> ."••■No. two," I replied,' to correct him. He set the 3 under the other figures. He then placed a thermometer in my mouth,: whichiiheafterwards consulted in .connection ;with ;the card. "A good 19S," he said. . , • " Impossible Ifsuggested mildly. 'He wrote down-the 1...

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Sporting. A. J. C. Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

Sporting. A. J. C. Races. 'J'he above races took ■ place at Randwick on:, Monday last.- ..-••There was a good attendance, and the weather was beautifully fine. Following are the results:— Hurdle Race, about 2 miles.— I Hereward, gsr nil) (Freeland)," 1; Crysalite. i2St 7th, 2; Stockdale,v yst, 1 3. Ten started.; Won"by eight-lengths. I'i'me, 3 niin. 57sec.- ■* 1 ■; Vilmers' Stak.es, 6 furlongs.— Loch Marie, 8st, (H. Cook), r ; Mecca, 7-st 7II1, 2 ; Skylark, 6st 'i3^lb, incluiJ-. ing 2 J^lb: over (Giggins),; 3. Other starters-Glendenno.;; Wanve, \Gozo czar, Cherry, I ucka I ucka, Whaka watea, WenlockyLoch Leigh, Countess Aberdeen, Osborne, Jack Tar, Eos, Capado'iy Influenza, The Cryer. Hut tong : 3 to i Loch Marie, 6 . to i Whakawaten, 10 to i Loch'Leigh, 12 to 1 Countess Aberdeen, Skylark, In fluenza, Capador, Cherry, Osborne and Glei.idennon, 20 ta 1 others. Won easily by four lengths. Time, 1 miiv 15 sec. Deckmuer Stakes of 1897, for two year-olds,-;5 furlongs.—Picture,,8st 51b (A...

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Costly Slippers. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

Costly Slippers. " It would surprise most people," said a West End bootmaker to a " Casseli's Saturday Journal" correspondent, " to know of the huge sums which some of the rich aristocracy spend on slices, and especially on slippers. Only the other day a countess, whose name is familiar to every one, had a pair of slippers made which were decorated in a picture pat tern, like a pair of worked slippers, with precious stones, these being largely rubies, emeralds, and diamonds. The result was exceedingly beautiful, but the cost was over £-1000. There is one very accomplished workman in London whose sole occupation is that of mounting fancy slippers with jewels. The present Dowager Countess of X some years ago had made—her husband was then alive, and gave the order—a pair of slip pers, in which she was to appear as Cinderella at a fancy dress ball given by the Duke of Manohester. The slip pers were one mass, of diamonds, the value of the stones being considerably over £12,000, wh'Hst th...

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Wallsend Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

Wallsend Races. Following are the results of .the rac-. mg at Wallsend on Monday, the 'first' day of the meeting :— Flying Handicap,' 6 furlongs —York, -ttot..,. i i 11>— (Quiii i !^|—£■ j - - K ilkpn - Sot 3lb, 2 j Ginger, 8st 31b, 3' Four started. Won by three lengths. Time, 1: min.; 49 sec. .■Town Plate, r mile.— Jack the Rob ber, Sst (Elwell), i ; Moama, Sst 71b,. 2 j Duckenfield, 7st, iolb, 3. Eight started. '-Won by a .length; Time, i min 45sec. Borough Handicap, 6: furlongs Jerry, 8st 61b (Ehvellj, 1 ; Alceste, 8st 31b, 2 ; Duckenfield, y.st iolb, 3. Four: started: Won by a length. Time, • tmin 7^sec. Welter Handicap, 6 furlongs.-r-! Chance, 9st 31b, (Murphy), 1 ; Navi;; gate, 8st, 2 ; Sir Charles, 8st 4II),' 3. Seven- started. Won easily Time* r min 19 sec. - j- -f" The races were continued ;on ' Tues day, the results being as follows;:—; Plattsburg Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Bridgement, 6st iolb, r';' Jerry, 7st j 11 b, 2; Moama, 9st- 7lbi*"":3.' Six started, Won by three le...

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Common Medicines. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

oitimun Medicines. 'Tartaric ac.id was first extracted by Seheele ill 1770. Opium is' tlio juice of tlio unripe cap sules of the poppy. Bromine was' first discovered by Bai lara, of Montpelier, in Phosphorus was discovered in 1CC9 by Brandt, of Hamburg-. Chromic aeiii was first employed as a caustic by Sigmund, of Vienna. Sulphuric and nitric acids were known to Geber, the alchemist, in the eighth century Creosote was discovered in lS.'iO by Reichenbach, who extracted it from the tar of wood. Vinegar is mentioned in the Kgyptlan records as a medicine in the tenth cen tury B.C. Potassium, the basis of many medi cines, was discovered in 1807 by Sir Humphrey Davy. Alcohol was lirst distinguished as ail elementary substance by Albucasis, in the twelfth century. Glycerine was discovered by Schecle in-178!). He considered it the soothing' principle of every kind oi' oil. Antimony 'is found in many countries. It is exported to this country and Eng land from France, Spain, and Holland. Nux ...

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The Sketcher. En Fete. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

Tlie Sketclier. En Fete. (Scene : The vicarage grounds at: Keep liani Steddy. There arc sever; ' • tails ol' fancy articles, refreshments, an. Aunt Sally, and a fortune-telling tent. The village brass band, posted i,u a con spicuous position, an? nervously trying to hide one behind the other. On a sinail platform are a select company of visi tors, stall-holders in fancy dress, (lie member for the division, and (lis wife.) 'L'lie Vicar (in a professional mono tone) : Ladies and gentlemen, I have great pleasure in asking our extremely popular member, '.Mr. Dobson Dash, to say a few words about the object of our bazaar and fancy fair, which, 1 hope, will receive the hearty support of all who are interested in the welfare of this parish. (l<'roni force of liabii.) This is the lirst time of asking. (KeeoUects himself, and sits down suddenly. Ureat applause.) Way in the-audience : If any ol" you know any just cause or impediment wliy this ba'/.aar should not be opened, you are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

■; ^dw'T -piE.;: CtHBONIG Sufferers and.'those declared ':to ) bf! incurable .should avail themselves of the opportunity' to consult the Most Success ful Consulting Herbal Praetitionei- in Aus :?'■ traliii— . ivh. H. F.. KU8ELM.ANN. O f 14 and J 6, Queen.St., MELBOURNE, and who.has practised -for twenty-five years, has at the request of many cluunic sufferers deci ded to visit THE DISTRICTS at regular intervals -'during the ni-.xt three yeais, uiul .may be Consulted -KRJSE on ail diseases of long: standing, internal complications, and •leeply-seatod maladies. NEXT "VISITS: QUIKINDI (N.S.W.)—.Ac the Terminus Hotel, .Saturday, 18th Sept., 1S97. 1 Hours, 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. .; } 1897. Amireguhi'Iy thereafter. ' MUSWELL!!ROOK (N.S.W.)—At H,.tel. Monday, 20tli Sept., 1897. Hours ) Sept., 10 a.m. until Q p.m. • j 1897. And regularly thereafter. Mr. Kugelmun-po.»-o,>ej I lie extraordinary power to tell his patients wli.it is. the mnttor. with them without being' informed of tho nature ...

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A Popular Chinese Drug. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

A Popular Chinese Ifcrug. The. most: prized dims in the entire Chinese pharmacopoeia—that medley of fearful and wonderful things—is tin; famous ginseng, tlie root of a plant l)e lon.uin^ to the ivy ti'ibe, which has for cpiiliii'ii'M lteen reiranled as a verv elixir id' life, and supposed to lie endowed with almost miraculous properties. So (.•real is tlu; denniud for ginaens in China that the linest kinds command enormous prices ; the drug, according to quality, selling at from $G to $-100 an ounce. Doubtless iis dearness contri butes largely with such a people as the Chinese to raise its celebrity so higli. Tho rich and the mandarins probably use it mainly out of pure ostentation, as its cost puts it beyond the reach of the common people. To meet the wants of the poorer classes :uany other roots are substituted, the most important of which is American ginseng, the product of an allied species, winch is largely imported from the United States. This American ginseng is said to hi; m...

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WAY OF THE WORLD. PART X. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

~r WAY OP THE WOULD. PART X. ' " Stay," said lie ; "I hud forgotten. Miss Lafleur, pardon my rudeness. Can I speak with yon alone ?" and he looked at hor imploringly. She bowed, her head, and led the way from the room. It was a good half hour ere they returned. Then Mr. Gordon, kneeling by the bedside, took the hand of the poor girl, and gazed eagerly into her face. Presently lie pressed his lip.1! upon her cheek, and passed from the room. And as though the touch of one she had loved so well had exercised some subtle influence upon hor disorder, Alice, for the first-time since she was stricken down, moved uneasily on the bed, and the faint shadow of a smile passed across her face. Her brother and her friend watched breathlessly—the one with all the .eager hope of a brother ; the other with hope tempered somewhat by the jealous agony which had recognised the influence of tlin W..I- nnnn W rivnl But Alice gave no farther sign, and lay for many a day as iu a trance. Sometimes, it is tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

i\C. J. SPRATT, ' . AUCTIONEER AND GENEEAL • J„.._ COMMISSION AGENT/ , < B- idge-sireet, Wsweiitrook OFFICES:—Premises Intely occupied by Mr. J. O. Luscombc, Architect., Weekly Sales of Fat andStora Cuttlo, Sliecp, Pigs, &c., at Hill's Junction Hotel Yards, EVERY THURSDAY. Account Sales Rendered Promptly. Hisla dass.IDcntistry.—Mr. Peiioy ^Li. Coken visits Muawollfcrook fourth Saturday in each month, nud may be consulted nfc'O'Levy's Hoto\. JL>« X -.-..w——— , rUNISR A)NTD REPAIRER OF PIANOS '■ AND ORGANS. Agentforiall the Best and well known; makes of Pianos a;nd Organs. Visits Musw^Hbrook and District Periodically. ' All communicotions tc be addressed to Post Office, Huswellhrook, or f.-roat Maitlund. Orders and appointments K ^By par(. 0f t)[e •listrict will receive prompt attLsn{ion All kinds of Repairs oxecuteu-. Moderate Obarj?es and Best Work. crr'x-x.iEize, ' ' 3 Hunter Street, -SYDNEY. BAR lilt fj STANDARD SHKKKiELD RAZORS. 1 or Square Point— § in wide ...

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AS OTHERS SEE US. (From the "Illustrated American.") [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

AS OTHERS SEE US. ■ — (From the "Illustrated American.") The world's tributo to thc'Anglo-Saxon may not always tako a gracious fibrin, but it is always a tributo. , It ia only the other day that tho nations of Europe breathed threatehings and retaliations against Ainorica on account of tho Dinghy Bill. America was to bo " isolated " for tho presumptuous bin of considering her own interests in, the framing of her tariff. Now it is tho British Empire which Europo proposes to isolate in cuso the colonies and the mother country should enter into a fedoral union, and arrange a tariff to Europe's wishes. 'l'ho European nations make such tariffs as they please, and neither America nor lingland gets excitod'. IS either country has time nor inclination to interfere with the domestic arrangements of Germany, Prance, or Kussia., xno amusing aspect oi; the situation is: that continental Europe could bo isolatedj and would suffer ruinously under the process ; while either America or Great Britai...

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THE CHAMPION MEAN MAN. How He Treated a Friend. Borrows " Sixpence" to Shout. And Then " Sticks Up" the Drinks. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

on- THE CHAMPION MEAN MAN. Sow He Treated a Friend. Borrows "Sixpence" to Shout. And Then " Sticks Up" the Drinks. The champion mean man was in evidence iu ono of the leading thoroughfares on Saturday afternoon. Ho was accompanied by » boon companion, anil meeting a gentle man with, whom he luui but a'slight uc (juaintaneij, tho trio remained in conversa tion for a few minutes, and then the " champion" suggested that if the friend whom he had mot could only supplement the amount of cash ho already held, by 3d. ho would stand the coat of a ii|uor all round. This tho gentleman referred to agreed to, but instead of the proverbial " tray" handed tho " mean man" (id. Then they repaired to ari adjacent hostelry, where tho " champion'- called for, without asking what his friends would have, " three long beers, please." Of course they wero expeditiously supplied, and placed on tho little side .window. Of course, a goutleman of Mr. '3 standing won't enter tho public bar to bo gazed upon aa o...

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Homebush Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

Homebush Stock Sales. Sheep.—22,007 wore yarded, the quality generally boing fair to gojd, with a few lots of prime. Lambs were in very full supply atid sold badly. Prime crossbred wethers to 9s, few 10s 3d ; good. 5s Gd to 7s ; prime owes to 7h, extra 9s ; good, as Gd to Gs Gd ; prime merino wethers, Gs Gd to 8s 7d ; good, os (id to (is Gd, wool 9s Gd : medium, Is to as: 'priino owes, Gs to 7s 8d : good, 3s Gd to 5s, wool 9s Gd : medium 3s : priino lambs to Gs 4d ; pood, 4s Gd to 5s Gd : medium, 2s Gd to 3s Gd. Cuttle.—1481 woro yarded. Tho quality gonorally was low, few prime forward. Last Thursday's improved prices ruled throughout closing very linn. Primo yards of bullocks to £7 8s, good £5 10s to £6 10s, medium £3 10s to £1 10s ; best yards cows to £4 lGs, medi um £3 10s.

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Sydney Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

Sydney Produce Market. Wheat.—N.S.W., old 4s Id, inferior new 3s lOd to 3s lid, priino new is to 4s 2d. Ohickwlioat.—3s Sd to 3s 9d, screenings 2s 3d to 2s Cd. Flour.—N.S.W., old £11 10s to £12, new £11 ; Manitoba, £12 10s to £13 ; Now Zeu land £10 los to £11. Barley.—Cape, nominal ; English, primo, 3s 2s to 3s 3d. Bran.—74d. Pollard.—9d. Chaff.— Local primo groon, £4 to £4 5s, modiuin from €1! ; imported—primo £3 17s (3d to £4, medium from £3. Oaten Hay.—Hack, old prime £5 • 10s to £5 15a Od, best now £3 5s to £3 10s, mo diuin £2 10s to £3. Lucerne Hay.—Hunter Rivor prime £2 to £2 os Od, medium from £1 15s ; inland in trusses, £2 15s to £i!. Straw—N.S.W bundled, £2 10s to £2 15s : imported derriok-presHcd £2 10s. Oats.—Primo feed 2s 3d to 2s 3^d ; medium 2s Id to 2s 2d. Maizo.—Primo Now South Wales and Queensland, 2s Ud, good 2s lOd, inferior 2s 8d ; Amorican, 2s lOd to 2s lid ; Now Zea land, 2s lOd. Somo holders ask 3s for choieo [ 10CIU. Potatoes.—N.S.W. medium .Co, prime ;CG 10s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

Young person wishes to go out Sewing, by day or by week, nnd will uibo take in Sowing. Apply mrs. AB. weidmann, Bridgo Street. To-Let, H OTJSB in Sydney Street. Ront, 7s Od. weok. Apply f. budden To-let.-six roomed cottage in Brook Street. Apply mrs. james williams. rjlO-LET.—HOUSE ' TO-LET in Hill X Street east. Apply to E. GLENISTER. UPPER HUNTER P. and A. Association. Annual General Meeting. rnHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING X of tho UPPER HUNTER PASTO RAL and AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIA TION will bo held in tho SCHOOL OF ARTS, MUSWELLBROOK, on THURS DAY, tho 27th January, 1898, at Three o'clock p.m. Mr. E. 0, Broeht will move:—-'That tho word 'January' in Rules 3 and oof tho Association be struck out and that tho word 'J ul j' bo substituted iu lieu thereof," JOHN C, LUSCOMBE, Secretary. REMOVAL. OUR constituents and the public generally are desired to note that tho CHRON ICLE OFKICE HAS BEEN REMOVED from Sydnpy Street to more commodious premises. NEXT DR. GRI&SQN S SUR GERY, itud op...

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COMMERCIAL. Maitland Markets. MARSHALL AND BLAXLAND'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Muswellbrook Chronicle — 1 January 1898

COMMERCIAL. Maltland Markets. MAR8HAI/L AND BLAXLAND's REPORT. Fat Cattle.—A fairly large supply penned including a large proportion of cows. Buyers wero in moderate attendance, sales brisk, and values about equal to last Thursday's rates. Our sales comprise—On account J. Haviland, cows at £2 2s Gd, heifers (light.) at £1 Gs ; H. Marshal), cows at £1 16s ; A. Hall, heifers nt £1 9s; W. Huffier, bullocks at Hit, cows at £2 lis to £3 8s Gd; T. Bather, hoifcrs at £2 10s to £2 15s (>d ; J. Iliggins. steers at £1 7s Gd, cows £2 Gs. Pat Calves.—In small supply, demand dull and values easier. We sold—for 31. Fin ton, heifers at 20s ; H. Marshall, steers at 13s Gd ; J. O'Dinnell. heifers at 13s Gd. Fat Sheep.—Supplies were not excessive, still quite sufficient to satisfy trade require ments following on the recent heavy yardings. Competition was dull and values still low, though in some instances an advance on last ■weok's rates was obtained. Best pens of merino wethors made Gs Gd to 7s ...

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