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WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

WEATHER REPORTS AND FORECASTS. Forecast of probable weather from Thursday afternoon till Friday night. Issued at 1.30 p.m. on Thursday. South Australia.— Still unsettled inland, with more rain in places. Fine, but hot, sultry, and unpleasant in all other parts. More or less cloudy. Easterly winds. . . Victoria (supplied by Mr. P. Baracchi).— Gene- rally line, but hot and sultry; gradually becoming cloudy. East and- north-east- winds;' fresh to strong on coast. Sea moderate. Western Australia (supplied by Mr. W. . E. Cookf .—Fine, moderate weather ^outh of Shark's Bay, with probably a few light showers on south west and south coast. Fine, but more or less cloudy inland. The .weather chart this morning shows a high pre?suro area over 'the south-east parts of the continent, and moderately low and very uniform barometers all over the interior. Cloudy, sultry, and unsettled weather continues inland, where further rains have fallen. It is also very un settled and equally on the south coas...

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LAND BOARD ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

LAND BOARD;ALLOTMENTS. The following list of allotments by land boards shows the number of sections, where situated, name of hundred, name of lessee, area in acres, annual rent, amount of Durchasc monev. and nature n lease:— Central Land Board.— Homestead— 417, 419, Hall, Matthew -Smith, 15}, 11/S, £23 5/, right of purchase. Miscellaneous— 516, Hall, C. Tideon, Sj, C/3, grazing and cultivation; 2012, Menzies, ' F. G. H. Gasmier, 92, £2 0/, grazing and cultivation. Ordinary Lands— 100, 101-, 147, Ramsay, TJ. Bart lett, 1030, £1 1/e, perpetual; 365, 3C6, Varan yackoi -William Efanc, 3267,' £4 0/4, perpetual; 61 to 63, inclusive, 68, 189, 190, 103, 194,. Haimes, J. H. Davies, 3821, £li9/10, perpetual; 124 to 128, inclusive, 173, -.174, rTS.. Ilaimcs, J.' H. Davies, 3137, £1 13/2, perpetual ;' 24a, Moorook and Pyap, Stengert Bros., 2700, £22 10/, perpetual. North and Midland Districts.— Miscellaneous— 103, 202, Napperby, O. Franks, 3J, 2/6, grazing and culti vation; 257a, Pine, A. Ru3se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

PUBLIC NOTICES SEED WHEAT APPEAL. District Councils, Local Committees, aod Collec tors generally are respectfully requested to at nn«'L' nntiiy the result of their work of collec tion up to date to CIUKLES C. DUr FIELD, Secretary, 22, t'orrie -street. i\ LETTER TO AUSTRAL I ASS. '?What Saith the Scriptures!' By John W. Owen. 1'ricc 6d., at WhiUaa & Ormiston's, Flinden Street, Afldaide. ? 6jn,6,S_ firOCXT PLEASANT BUSH FIRES. A PCBLIC MEETING will be held at Mount Pleasant Institute, FRIDAY, March S, at 2 o'clock, to appoint a committee to raise and distribute iimds to necessitous sufferers through the late disistrona tires. All interested arc cordially invited to attend, tud subttTiptiotu will he thankfully received by HEXUV A. GILES, Convener of the Meeting.. ? G0'3,5-6_ TT7 ESTER If AUSTRALIA. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. COMPETITIVE DESIGNS FOR SEW HOUSES OK PARLIAMENT AT PERT1L Amendments to General Conditions 03 previously advertised, also particulars of additional induc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

SHIPPING ORIENT LINE. Tne following Steamships (under Royal Mail Contract) will leave Adelaide (Largs Bay) at 2 p.m. on the undermentioned dates for PLY MOUTH ipnd. London, via Fremantle, Colombo (transhipping for all Indian ports), Suez Canal-, Naples, Marseilles, and Gibraltar: — ?ORUBA ? 6S57J. linkiater lilar. T. ?AUSTRAL... 6521. C. Nicholson, R.N.R. Mar. 2L 'CUZCO ? SUSiF. S. Symons, R.N.RJApl. i. »OMRAH.... ffiSl'j. F. Kuthvcn .| Apl. 18.' And fortnightly thereafter. 'Via llobart from Eydney. BALOON TO LONDON-Singlc, £38 10/ to £77. i . Return, £71 111/ to £121. {Third Class, £17 7/, £19 13/, £20 16/. BALOON TO COLOMBO-Singlc, £2t 4/ to £33. Return, £36 6/ to £4U 10/. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Saloon, £6 1/ to £7 14/; Third, £3 17/. Passages from any port can be prepaid here. RETURN TICKETS (First Saloon) between IN TERCOLONIAL PORTS arc now available (or re turn by P. and 0. and il.M. Companies' steamers fcavkg room. HANAGERS— F. GREEN & CO., and ANDER EON, ANDERSON, &a...

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KAPUNDA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

KAlHj.NDA MARKET. Colts and Tbomts held their regular mooUuV raartet at KapSda oo Zlst h*t, when ? larger supply- ? of stock tbaa ml ?ttneted a fall attendance of harm. They report u followi:-Shcep-7,000 were yarded, of wWch about 4.000, were good store wetken, the balance beh« pri«Vtoilly uiefol. trade therp! Fit wethen, 13/ to U/10; (at ewes, Il/o; good store wethers from 11/ 'toll/a. la )3| 5,400 were sold. Cattle- A ?rock hrgtr sopplr than expec ted of an descriptioM was yarded, tad in conse quence price* were coder. Beat buUocts, £10; cows, £S 5/. We toccceded is dispotiiai of 131 head. Pist-A Rood lot of'all dt2e7w?re pen wd, and JSO were told at (Oil market ntet. Honcs-St head were »«, these wete cbiety Rood hnn atampa, which met a ready mte at tatMactonr pricaa. Printe 8ale«.-TVyaI»9 report borinc aotd printHy for Ttricwi owneri (0 heavy dranjrht bones tor thrpment to Wot AMtrmlia, and, on another account, 10 worUac boUocta sad tack

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

SHIPPING. ?'SSriapoore, March L— Time of Bipi and low Water doubtful. ? ? . ? Tuna Ball, February.- 28.— Ball dropped at lh. 0m. (h.. corrtSDondine to 27th 15h.' 30m. Green wich mean time. ' '' ' ARRIVED.-February 27. BuninyoDg-, strainer, 3,000 tons, R. S. Heaney, master, from Melbourne .February 25. Passengers — Mesdames Carlisle and Wiltshire, Misses Heiraan, M. Darley, and Black, Messrs. E. Hancornc, G. A. AMridgc, E. Carlisle, and It. |G. Miller, in the tuloon; and 19 in the second cabin. W. Howard Smith and Sons, Limited, agents. February 2S. Wollowra, steamer, 1.H77 tons, James Sim, mas ter, from Sydney and Melbourne February 2t-. Pas tensers— Jlr. and Mrs. A. Blandin and infant, Mr. and Mrs. Symington and child. Captain Nicliojscn, C. Eve, Mrs. Ituihton and child, Siiss Nelson, Mrs. Xissen, Mrs. M. Mahcr, Messrs. Bertram, Weilddl, S. Bastard, P. J. HoduetU W. Waehtel. Mm. M. Watson, Jfre. W. J. Doig, Mr. AV..J. Doig, Mr. H. Sidlin, Mia Amy -Brown, J. S. Cocker, H. Gold inc, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

Hi IS 11 li L'§ MARSHALL'S HALF-YEARLY SUMMER SALE. MARSHALL'S Slessrs. JAS. MARSHALL & 00. n ipeetfully announce tkat their Half-yearly Snmmep Sale is now on. DUB. GBEAT DRAPERY AND FURNI TURE HALF-YEARLY SUMMER SAlilii ?» Being the largest strictly retail Drapers and M Furnishers in South Australia we can with F tonfidence solicit jour patronage. Large Lota of DRESSES, PRINTS, CALI COES, LINENS, CLOTHIN }, „,. _ , SHERTS, HATS, TllTOWH Oat MILLINERY, MANTLES, COS- . TUMES, RIBBONS, for LACES, UNDER CLOTHING, „, . silks, trim- Tc-csy. MINGS\ HOSIERY. GLOVES. CAR PETS, BOOTS, LINOLEUMS, TOYS. The Stock offer ing will comprise cheap, medium, and n~~_~ A..A.. first-class qualities, DOOrS Open ^ the prices our goods will be marked 0 tA -_ix»i-- wiD be prices to selL 8.30 O ClOCK Many thousands of pounds worth must be sold. More the new goods ar rive. A Grand Opportunity for Conntrj Bayers. Hotelkeepers, and the general pub Be The Country Order Department will promptly forward a...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

IMPOUNDINGS, MACCLESFIELD (nearest post office, Maccles field), .Darby ' Leonard, Poundkeeper,— One old yellow-and-white cow, branded 'like 6.8.M on the off rumn. Will be sold March 25. - RAPID BAY (nearest -post office,- Delamcre), Anne Jones, poundkeeper.— One chestnut mare, aged, no brands, visible, white Knip on nose -and Blight blaze down face, medium: draught,, collar and saddle marked, shod ail round. ' Will be sold March 25. .„?:.-. Norwood (nearest post office,' Norwood), J. A.J Aiston, poundkeeper.— One black or ! dark brown pony mare, . with foal at foot, shod all round, sore on back, if branded not visible. Will be EOld March 21. ??.-.- CAMPBELLTOWN (nearest post office, Hector ville). W. J. Gregory,. Poundkeeper.— One brindje heifer, white face;, .two ycliow-and-white heifers; one red steer; .one 'red-au-l-:wbite' cow; one roan steer; one; strawberry cow— if branded not visible; one' red-and-White cow, branded like XD near rump; one* red-and-white cow, had broken leg, b...

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METHODIST CONFERENCE THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

METHODIST * CQJjFJflMBNCE,' TH1KD DAY. The Methodist Conference continued it! sessions ou Thursday at the Piric street Church. The chair was taken by the prcsi- ?' dent, llev. T. Piper, and there was a full . attendance of members. Prior to the morning session a. sacra* mental service was conducted by the Presi« dent. ? The Rev. Dr. Burgess, President of thj General Conference of Australasia, gave au exhaustive account of the difficulties thai had arisen in respect to the date fixed foi the next session of that body, which, &-n cording to resolution passed at its last meeting, should be opened in Brisbane on May lu of the present year. At that timo the demonstrations in connection with the opening of the. Federal Parliament would be in progress in Melbourne, and he re- garded it us undesirable that the conference should be in session in Brisbane' when 'many, of its members would naturaJy wish fo ba at the Victorian capital, while some of them at least would be-in duty bound ...

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ADELAIDE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

ADELAIDE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. The htlf-yesrly meeting of the Adelaide Coopera tive Society wat bdd on Thursday evening. Mr. U. D. Gdf presided over a bir attendance. Tbe eommittee't reaort aUted:— That tht Satnrdty bttfbolidty had been ettablbbed for Wednesday afternoon half-holiday, which for 26 yean Ud worked with advantage to all concerned. 'Tbe rash turnover (br tbt period under review wtt £42£M; the total profit, £8,684;. current ex penses and interest £6,233; leaving £2.401 lor sUocatioa.- We TfrmptM ? bonus to purehtteit ot tenpeace in the pound; toterett to capital, 4 per cent per annum : the usual allowance! to committee tad auditors, aay nmttader to be car ried forward;' Tbe statement ot appropriation ot bit half-year's profits showed :-lnterert credited to members. £606 Os. 104; dividend paid or credited to members. £1,711 12s. 94; toft to committee and auditors. £124; association funds, £40; total, £2,571 St. 74-Tbe chairman. In moving the adoption of tbe report ..tad b...

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CAULFIELD TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

CAULFIELD TRAINING NOTES. Little or no interest was -taken in the final gallops at Canlfield this morning for the Newmarket Handicap. Of the few bones there the first to make a start ma Man of Honour (Redfearn), who was picked np at the four-furlong post by Admiration and brought on to toe end of seven furlongs run on the sand in 1 min. 33} sec. The Newmarket horse finished wdl. Seaport, with a light weight up, jumped off at the milo-and-a-half post, and when be reached the milepost Royal Purple joined in and assisted him to the finish of the journey, which was run in 2 min. 431 sec— a fair gallop on tbe part of Seaport The last mile was run in 1 min.. 49 sec Another candidate for a mite-and-a-haU spin waa Lancaster, with a light weight up.. He was accompanied by Sagacity- for. the last mile, and ran the distance on the ?ind in 2 m'n. 43 sec all out. The Cup hone did not appear to. go with his usual br.lliancy.' So Long (Bullock) beat Dum Dum out of sight in a sprint of four furlong...

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JERVOIS BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

JERVOES BRIDGE. ? The question whether the opening of the Jervoia Bridge should be widened has long been discussed. The Port Corporation re wjit.1v wrote bn the Railways commissioner urging the necessity for ?the. work in the in terests of shipping, and the communication was referred to thejJVlarine Board for con sideration,- This, body asked the civic au thorities on what-grounds they advocated alteration^, and pointed out that only one vessel-r-the Marlborpugh ''? Hill-^had . experi enced any 'difficult-j^in nav^gatiuig tte open ing. This' was, in 1897,- but'. il\ was stated thatjha.t vessel could have got'lhrough had she 'waited for the - high tide. The corpo ration replied that so' far' as was known this was the one exception, but it had had a detrimental effe-# Jon the usefulness of the corporatzon iivliarfi situated on tihe southern side- of. tie bridge,'* .After discus sion the ' board , decided 'tha^.'the Railways Commissioner;, fehould' be.--, informed that there was -'hp '...

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THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. SIR RICHARD BAKER AT NORWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. [PUBUSUED BV^'ECUL ARRANGEMENT.] SIB RICHAHD BAKER AT NORWOOD. On Tuesday evening.the HomSirBichard Baker and the Hod. D. M. Charleston, SLL-C.'s, candidates for the Federal Senate, addressed a meeting of the electors at the Norwood Town HalL The .Mayor of Ken fcington and Norwood, Mr. J. H. Matting 1;, preside 1, and there was a fair atten dance. 2-ii- flkhard ;Baker:— Ladies and Gentle men— It is now some four years since 1 nd iln-ssol a public meeting in this hall, at uhich 1 asked the electors of Eust Torrent aud of the Southern District to Rive me i tueir sutFrages-as a candidate, for the .Leg-' illative Council. On that 'occasion they- re- 1 turned me triumphantly', at .the head otth£: poll by the biggest majority and by the biggest number of votes ever obtained bi a member of ttie Legislative ~ Council.1 (Cheers.) 1 consider it my duty to open ' the campaign for the Federal Senate in the chief polling place in the chief district for the southern division...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

SIUKTING. Owing to May 9 having been fixed for the opening of the Federal Parliament the committee of the SJLJ.U. have altered the -1.rM nr tin. Antnmo Meetinc of the clnb to Saturday April 27, Wednesday, May 1, and Saturday, May 4. The dates of nomi nations, weights, and acceptances will not j be altered. '' The committee of the 8-A.J.C. at a meet- j ing held on Thursday accepted a tender for putting in a limestone bottom and forming portion of the training track at Morpnett vike. A new track has been laid down for, use while this work is in progress. . The disQualification' by the stewards of! the Carrieton' Jockey Club of the br* Briton, 5 yrs., by True Briton— Kose, lor three months from/February -7, 1901, for suspicious running has been adopted by tbe S.AJ.C. committee. ' ?????. TheSJLJ.C. committee have donated £1 from the distressed and disabled jockeys' fund to J. O'Brien, a jockey, who met with an accident at the Snowtown Racing Club's meeting on February 0. Bluecap II. hit...

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AUSTRALIAN QUOTATIONS. MELBOURNE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

ATJOTRAJLTAN QU(XDAIHOK8. KeLBOURm. Mnan 28. London Biok deposit rtceipts-20/4. Brofcn Hffl Block 10-66/, 87/. Sooth Broken UiU-ao/. South Broken Hill (ptld)-S8/6. 29/. Sooth Btocka-S/O. South Blocks (paid--5/4. Ncrth Broken lliU-17/, 17/1 Mdbnt Lycfl-W/6, 100/, 99.'. Mount Lyrl! Blodo-5/7. Chillaeoe Blockt-2/3, 2/5. ChiUaeoe R.M.-29/6, 30/. Mount Garnet Freebo)d-36/, 35/. Oucen Marsaret-H/. Oleanne Comote-29/, 30/3,. 30/. Glcnflae South— ». £9 1/. Lone Tunnel Extended- JEli. South GermaB—88/. «^. u_ .^ STDNEV, February 58. Ctrilambone- 2/7. North Broken Hill— 17/. Sulphide Corporatioa-lS/4t. Woodlark (con.)-6/4, 6/S. Great Boulder-24/2: Broken 1UU South (psid)-2S/'- Federal Ontrifunil-6/. Australian Gaaticht-17/, 15/. Commercial Bank ot Sydney— £31.

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THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE SIXTH CONTINGENT. The Government is pushing on wsth the. arrangements for the. dispatch of the sixth contingent. In order to lose no time tbe Chief Secretary wrote to Sir Jenkin Coles; asking him^o undertake the task of pur chasing tihe horses as on previous occasions, but Sir Jenkin, who is leaving Adelaide to day, has replied, expreasmg his regret that he will be unable to comply with the re quest. He suzsrests that the Government should arrange with Messrs. W. R. Cave, N. W. Stirling, and W. Robertson, of Mitcham, Avhb ; rendered valuable service previously, to carry out the work. Several of the mounted men who were in camp on Thursday expressed their willingness to part with their horses, and the Chief Sec retary asked the selection committee to in spect the animals and purchase them if they thought fit. JThey complied ^rith the' Min- isterial-request, and secured seven chargers.

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FROME WELL, Via Leigh's Creek, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

FROME WELL. Vb-Ldgh's Creek. February 25. xr. it. Mcuormne. proprietor ot Angipena Sta tion, and Mr. F. W. Montagu have Just Returned from tn exploring and prospecting trip to tbe north-cast ot Mount Rote tad tbe north ot Mount Searle. It has been known amongst tbe bbeks in thb locality for the put 20 yean that large quantities ot -rich ore existed in the neighbour hood of Mount Rote, but the natives were shy lo ?how these hidden treasures (or (ear their happy hunting grounds would be broken up. Several parties have ventured out but have returned un successful. Sufficient information had been gain ed by the two wen-known pioneers mentioned, so they set oat tone time ago in quest of tbe new Eldorado. - They travelled about (or several days searching (or tbe bidden treasure. On Febmarv 21 they bad Just camped at 4 p.m., aad wrre strolling up i MIL when they picked up tome rich lead stags. Thb led' them to prospect further, aad next day they discovered tbe lode. It b in a da.V and slat...

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MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

MKKnNOB. Tarcoob United. — Tbe half-yearly meet ing wss bdd at Widows' Fund Buildtog on Thurs day. Mr. W. Frnbyton presided, over- a good at tendance. Tbe directors* reoort stated that no to the present tbe mine manager'a report did not db dose toy valuable (mot, although be reported that cold, but not to payable quantitSt, bsifbeea found n tevere! blocks, to moving the adoption of tbe report, the Chairman mid they had every reason to hope that they would ttrikt the prombtog de velopments found in the Enterprise tad Wilgent properties. Captain BItckham, who hat hid con tdenble experience on the Held, mid be wit convinced that tbe fldd. was a permanent one, and he thought the Tarcoola United would ouch the rich developments in other properties. He wtt not afraid o( difficulty tram scarcity ot water, and there was plenty of wood within a radius of 15 miles. The report was adopted. Tbe number ot directors wit reduced- from flve to three Princess Roytl-*8outh.— The half-yearly meeting w...

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THE TENNIS TOURNAMENT FIFTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

THE TENNIS TQUKNAMENT FIFra DAY. Those players who are engaged in tbe tennis tournament ought not to have much suporfluous adipose tissue left by the' end Of tb* h'mI- nftan* tlu- maatinar )a »li»li they have been subjected since the matches were begun. Thursday was another swel tering day, but the beat, although intense in tbe sun, was in some ? ways ks* trying than it bad- been on th previons day, for it was dry and dear, ant the atmosphere' bad not that muggy, and enervating character which it bad possess ed on Wednesday. Nevertheless the condi tions were not such as to tempt people from their cool homes, and the attendance of a couple of hundred or so in the afternoon most be considered satisfactory. Tbe tour nament programme has got' rather behind hand, and, although play was again begun at 10 o'clock in the morning, the day's work left it still not up to date, and it will be difficult if not impossible, to finish all the events by Saturday afternoon. The pro gramme on Thursday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Register — 1 March 1901

AUCT1ON8 [A BSTBACT OF - SALES BY AUCTION Ux: ... ?...'. : 3bis:T)ae. . . % Bruce & Co:— At 'Fitzroy, et' eleven— Furni- ture. - ? - - ? ' ' ? 3. W. G. Alford & Col— At' their 'Mart, at half past twelve— Bicycles; at the Town Hall, at half past two— Furniture. ' U G. Uurr & C«.— At ihelr Mart, at eleren— Furni- ture. * ' ' V. J. Botting & Co.— At their Mart, at half-past two— Furniture. ' . . . ? 0. U. Weidenhofer & Co.— At their Mart, at eleven —Book* . . . . ' Barker Brothers.— At John Bull Bazaar, at two Horses. A. W. Sandfora & Co.— At their Mart, at eloTcn —Dairy and Farm Produce. W. Thyer & Co.— At their Mart;'' at ' eleven Dairy and Farm Produce.-- - ? ??--?-- Elder, Smith,' & Co.— At naif-past eleven— Sheep- skins; at a quarter to twelve— Babbit-skin*. Hair, &c. ? Co-operative Wool and Produce Association.— At a quarter past eleven— Sheepskins. Farmers' Co-operative Union.— At eleven— Sheep- skins. ? Ade...

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