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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

Oh, merchant in thin hour of eeo, If on tliU paper yon should ccc, Tji.lin our advice, and now ho yyy, Go Kirai^iitwuv out and advortiii. GYon'll iind iho project of aorno uuu ; Neglect can odor no t-xqqq. Bo v.'tHo ul unco prolong your dauti, A silent business -uon dlil;k« Public iVolict'S. CORRYONC* RACING CLUB, Annual Races IN CORRYONG PARK ON "Wednesday and Thursday, 4th and 5th* February, 1914. a.t. i'.M'.ti.ktt. :v.j,it,.- ,\!o--r< F. J. .seiuauiull, jun., aud C. ' Wuf. ft_«Kv —U.-«r< J. AKawi-ni. A. and \V. Blair, J. * Can.i'lVli, A. J. E..t«-l,le, W. Hamilton, H linrrli, .7. U- V IU--.. H. W. lico-1, r. .l^J-r, ' ■ • 11 Kniu-'it T. Lukits-. A. mid I" MhsUmj, '\V. T. M'Wan, W. i'hHUps, «• Stnlth, ii J. ItjlKTtwn, T. Ii. ^c.kinmi-11, A. D. Waters ami II. Whccfcr. —Mc^r-i HurtUti, Hamilton, Ilood, Scam' 1 "U " tf.oll, WUeotor uad Water*. Staler.-Mr \V. K. rhtiilp* Mr A. 1>. Water*. Wfi'ihlurf Cl-rk.-Mr T. K- KouiietU. Clerk of Courw.-Mr IT. Smith. HAudl...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE RAINFALL. The following local gauge reading for the current year are supplied by Mr Playle:— JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

THE ItAISFALL, Tho following local paugo reading for tho curreut year «ro supDlicd bv Mr Pi&vln • JANUARY. 13ih (H7in. -Ol'n .. OGi3in. 26th .. .. .» O'ODin. 27th ..# .. .. I'OBin. 20th .... .. .. 0'13:n. Total .. .. .. l*G3in. Jt h.13 been tentatively decided by the | respective Ministries to hold the forth- 1 coaling I'reuiiors1 Conference at Sydney, in i the latter part of March, j

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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THE ARBANSAS TRAVELLER [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

THE ARKANSAS TKAVKLLKK The scene !fl that of a dilapidated lot cabin in Ark msas. Its dramatis psn.or.a: i trapper, seaied upon an invested tub, play ing the first part oI a familiar tune upon an old violin, mid his wife and children. A stranger eaten, and the following collccpn ensues: Stranger - " How do you do, air. Are you well}" Trapper -"'Stranger, kin you call a man who cats three squar meala a day, drinks hearty an' sleeps Round-—" well!'1 (L-'iildlc-s.) Strangov- •" I think I could. How long have you Ihejn living horo ?" : 'i'roppei- •" D'ye teo that mountain thar Stranger- Well V" - Trappor-r " That wor h'yar w!wi I coaw b'ynr." (Fiddles.) "^ranger- " Thank you for tho'in/ormo 'Wrapper--"'You're wolcome, stranger.' .■.Stranger—11 Can 1 stay hero to-ni^lit!" Trapper- Wol), you can stay h'yar." • "Stranger How long will it tuko to ge> to the next tavern?" . Trapper- ■" Well, vou'll not got thrrc at all if you gnund thar a-foulin' with me all nishl." {IMcWIo.-l. :- Strange...

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PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

P K E .1111:11S'» t. O X F EIJ K N C E. SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION'. It is expected by the State Ministry that the Premiers' Conference will bo arranged for March. The States aro at present waiting on the pleasure of Hew South Wales. It would he Been from the more noteworthy features of th'j list of subjects that I be couferenca would be important ami protracted, The list, which is still facing added to, includes the following subjects : — Representation of the Australian Spates at the Panama Exhibition. Transferred Properties.—The dele gite-it;ithe conference Viil coujidet whether ih.- interest paid by the Commonwealth to th" States is fait when compared with the interest charged by the Commonwealth on loans. The re-transfer from Common wealth to States of properties taken, over by the Postal and Defence de partments will nJso be discussed. The relation of the Commonwealth, to inmiigration, and the assistance that may be arranged with the imuii-. grating States. Locking of she .Murray...

Publication Title: Corryong Courier
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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

VITAL STATISTICS. The returns of the births and deaths registry offices in Towong Shire show thai 31 births and nine deaths wero registered during the quarter ended Hist December, 1913. The individual returns .ire as fol low,'the seies being distinguished in cauh * rn.ic-:——- ' DlsTltlCT. UlKTHS. DHATIIS. M. I'-. XI. 11. F. Tl. ■Tallnngattii ... 11 3 14 2 1 i Ciranya ... 0 U 0 •J U •j Betlianga ... 0 2 2 0 u 0 Mitta Mitta ... 0 1 •1 2 0 2 \Yalwa ... 2 0 2 1) 1 1 Uorryong ... 5 7 11 0 1 1 (Judgewa ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 r Totals ... 18 13 31 6 3 0 Excess of Births over Deatlm, 22.

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THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BY WIRE.] Wednesday, 6 p.m. Messrs Mathieson and Davis, of St. James' Buildings, Williams-street, Melbourne, wire us as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

THE MARKETS. MELBOURNE MARKETS.. [Err- *YIRS.2 Wfiaiicooav, 0 p.m. ! Messrs Mafliiysou a:.d D&vis, of Sfc». | l im^' l^uil ling-;, Williams-street, Mel*. | b.>ume, wire Q» as follcT^ :— ! fut 3570 yarded, comprising. ; TijO from Gippslar.d. 180 from North,, | tiOO from West, 400 from South Gipps | miJ, iui.1 COO from N.S.'VV. Tho demand, for host (Inscriptions was slightly firm1 r,. o:h- nvise th« r.iciikbt was practically an chanued. I'time pens of builooka, £10/10/ to £12 ; extra, to £13/7/6 ; good, A'9 to £10 ; h'00lli light und heavy, £7/10/ . to £8/15/ ; y^eonds an<I inferior, from £6. I'riuii! pons of cows, i'7 to X"3 ; extra, to £9/'2/6 ; odd beHals, to £10; good, -£5/15/ to £t>/15/' ; others, from £4. Put Calvct.— Demand vory brisk at. ! highly a itiMi'ic'.ory prices. Fiit -Shc-'p.—35.000 yarded. Priaos. Kfuonlly Cj ioiVL-r. Fut Lt.'jhs.—82,000 ponned. Prices. t;cr.t'r.".!ly b !>hade eusier.

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TENNIS MATCH. OURNIE v. CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

TENftBS jTSATCII. • OUKNIE v. (JORKYON'G. - A tennia match was played at Ournie on Monday between teams representing tliu Ournie itnd Corryong clubs. The result was' a draw, eauli side winning two . matches—30 games. . The Mis*e* M'Meekin provided afternoon tea at Ournie home stead. Following are the detaiU of the play / men's doubles. Entwisle and JJctliereote (C.) beat J. and A. AJ'.Moekin (0.), 12—7. Entwisle and Nethcrcote (C.) beat Lowe and J. iM'Mcekin, 12—5. Greenlmm and Moore (C.) lost to Lowe and J. M'Meekin (O.), 3—12. Greenhain and Moore (C.) lost to J. and A, Al'Meekin (0.), 9—12.

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

AL'uURY MARKET. VCL'NGHU^BA.VD, ROVT AS*D CO. Rop^rt hav-ii^ h»>ld their usual fortnightly -iult of f:it mid *tore stock at tho Albnry uiDniripiil \nrd» on *20:h inst , whon they, oKcrediiO hit and '2315 fh«ep, to rt„ g'jod iitten.ianeL* of tu.- They qs.-iti! :—Biu!,)c!;s, t.i i'll/9/; cows, to. i'S/10/ ; ron :>i-d, to A'4/10/. Crossbred; n elliLiH, to l'J/9 ; crua-brad ewes, to 17/ ;; r.iei-ino withers, to 17/ ; merino ewea, to. 13/; liiiiibs, to 15/1.

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CORRYONG WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

COKIfYONG \YEIUUTS. Tho hr.ve bocn -'nl "*ue.""iy "u/ .1. 1 i icj 101 tho I'.vo prill uipul to ho run »t Corryoiig Uueea on 4t!i mid 5th prox. : — Coitiiyoxo Cui\ II. J. Piitou'u Simply T. Piuoii'h Knogouru G. Bntdlwy's Welmubn W. H. Uluir'u Uillerusc J. I'iorco's Buckwong W, Lowden's Cobram Thouola Handicap. H. J. Paton'a Simply ... 0 4 T. Puton's Noojjoora ... 9 0 A. I). Whitehead's Demand ... 8 9 G. Bradlny'a Wolumbu . . ... 7.18 A. D. WliitehoadV Miss Favor 7 12 W. S. Blair's Hiflcrost. ' ... 7 10 E. S. Whitehead's Pun In ... 7 6 J. Pi nreoV Buckwong ... 7 5 W. Lowdoii's Cobram ... 6 12 John' Whiteheads Win On ... 6 12 nt. lb. ... '9 2 ... 8 U ... 7 11 ... 7 8 ... 7 8 ... 6 10

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

Public. IVotic.e. 0<><i<s0<xx>-0-x To the people of Corryong aqd District. J. CAMPBELL JJI AS decide^ostill further offer the raY'"sam§',li^rE5Srents for Cash or Booking, as offered last month. The following are the CasJi and Booking Prices for the rmdermentioned goods Cash. Booked. Best Flour (bag) .... 1/8 1/9 l'dlard, bus. ....; . ' .... 1/8 1/9 Bran, bus. 1/8 1/9 Sugar (bag) 16/11 18/ Kerosene, case ..... 12/6 13/G E. Salt v. 8/ 8/6 L. Salt, best ...< 10/6 11/6 No. 8 Wire, American. .... 1/3 1/4 Barb .... .... 1/9 2/0 Also a great clearing out of Oddments in the Drapery and Boot Departments. ® ® ® © ® All odd lines are being turned out, and will be cleared at special prices that will ensure a quick sale, ® ® @ ® ® —v See the Oddmenfc table, 011 which. are oddments in Boots and Shoes, Skirts, Blouses, Children's Dresses, One-piece Robes, Corsets, .Ribbons and Gloves. ® ® ® ® ® REMNANTS. , The Remnant table is laden with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

U Corryong Hotel," V./WJ t.£ >.< I. \ / i.N \ c. :. t> J? '*v Tvi y r* xr m 4v;^,r. ■ .Jj,, 11/. JU. Xv< X HJ? jJL X . , J\"W Li EIH2I3Y notifios Imil h« has takon ovrr tho nlnvn woll known liotol, and. hopes \ by strict 'attention to the requirements of patrons un-1 helping oul.y . tho ' besl brands of liquors to merit a continuance of the support aucorJod Ilia, predecessor, i First-chics Billiard Tabic, marker in attendance. J • Every attention paid to requirements ol Tourists and Travellers. ' -GOOD GRAZING PADDOCKS & STABLING. Stopping-place for CRAWFORD & CO.'S COACHES, which - leave this hotel daily (Sundays excepted) - • - for Tallangatta. !!je Gorryoiig Coffee 10 a01 MISS E. E.'HIL L, PROPRIETRESS. ^JjTIR ABOVE woll Itnown linuso ol nccuimnodalinii 1ms been rcnovatotl through | out, and patrons may rely upon ihcir rcquiiemouts roeoivin^ ovcry attention. : lvontsonabltj taiilT. Two tables, l'iano. Bath. Gourl Stabling. Wei>b Equx...

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CORRYONG A. AND P. SOCIETY. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

COKKVOSC A. AND I». SOC lis TV. COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the committee of the Onrryong A. and P. Society was he-id at. .Jager'a Hotel, Corryong, on Mon day livening, when the following members were present, viz., Messrs T. Bennetts (president), F. Ji'.ger, II. . Paton, 0. Gronin, II. Nankervia, J. I Humphrey, A. and II. Harris, it. , M'Kenzie, G. Rawed, W. l'hiliips, II. Parslow, \V. Hamilton and A. Bartlett and the Secretary. Minuter of pre; vious meeting were read and confirmed. The secretary reported that an '.ifl'ievr of the Agricultural Department, had yivon a field demonstration oil sheep management at Mr C. Lehner's farm, and a Yule of thanks was passed to Mr Iiebner for providing sheep and allowing the use of his yards. Tin secretary reported thut the prize list of the show had been published in the Courier, and that work on the show ground was being attended to. Also that Mr W. Hamilton had donated a prize for tandem team. Other filiations wore received as follow : —...

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THE Corryong Courier. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

I ) I H diu'uijoiui ci"oin:iin'. rnUIiSDAY, JAXUAItY 39, HU4. < r i'wo <MU*e th.it lacks a-. I ' r (lie wroi^'H lliut need re r i-r llie future in tiu- >1 • <, A.ui t.iu -.'ouil ti» it w • o is i Trout Fishing, — Excellent trout fishing is obtainable in tile head waters of Oorryong Creek, anil somu line c itches h tve been reported this SeaSOU. LllSt Week Dr. Dllliels ill).I Mr Eutwisle had a very enjoyable day at llilifoo!, catching twenty fish (aboui Soib. weight). The (JovKiiNOit Gijxeru. Ivr.bias's.— At tliL- A.N.A. luncheon iu .\L-lbo:irne oa .Mo11ri iy Lird Djniu-iu a:i:joii!ic«nl tliat he hi'l resigned the [) i-ition of Governor General of Australia and would be leaving during this year. Ill health is given ai th» cm-ic, L wo Deuman being a sufferer from a chronic form of hay fever. Penny .Savings Hank.—The penny Savings Bank .system in connection with State-schools is a successful in stitution in this district. The schools represented are ...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

SPORTING NOT PS. Corryong Annual Uaces next Wednes day and Thursday. George Grey (Australia) defeated Tom Kcece (England) in London in a billiard match IS,«h.H) up. (in*y went out wnen Keece (rue. tiUO'J) was ilorgeoivnerf tire reminded thai nrmiua- > tionH for tiie principal handicaps to be run i at Towong It.ice* dost; with the sci-retary 1 (Mr Acock-*) on SaLtirday, 7th February. i Full programme aud particulars will be j found on page four. | Owneru are reminded that acceptances ! ami general entries in connection with the ' Corryong annual raeea to he held on Wed* ! nesday and Thursday, -lib ami nth I'ob ruary, close with the secretary (Mr J. 8. Wheeler), on Monday ikwI, *Jud February, at eiglit p.m., at Jager's Hotel, Con sung. Articles hare been signed fur a boxing match for the world's heavy weight. pionship between Jack Johnson, thv present holder of the title, and Frank Morao. The euiite.it will probably take place on the evening of the race for the tJraud 1'rix do I'ar...

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ASSOCIATION FIXTURES, 1913-14. February 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

ASSOCIATION FIXTUIIUS, 1013-11. February 7th. 1 Wuhvu v. Khi.uicolj.in, fit S\iu\va. i Curryon*; a bye.

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

CUDOEWA. FROM OUH OWN COIHIU9P0NDENT. The year's local festivities opened on Ftiday evening, 9th inst., when Mr and the Misses Sharp, of "NVisbeach," ontertained a number of friends on the opening of their new brick -villa resid ence, it being also Mr Sharp's birthday. Over one hundred invitations were is sued, and personally acknowledged, with but very few exceptions. Dancing was indulged in in two large rooms, while a third was arranged with card tables, and the- broad front verandah afforded a cool comfortable lounge for the elder guests. Dancing commenced at nine p.m., Mrs T. Wtippet (piano) and Mr W. J. Humphrey (violin) had themusical programme in hand, assisted by Miss E. Sharp, Messrs 'R. and G. Humphrey, E. 13riggs (piano) and W. Sharp (violin). Needless to say good music was dispensed, and the con tinuous dancing was a compliment to the musicians. Mr Jas. Carkeek, re lieved by Mr A. E. Thomas, proved his usual courteous ability as M.C. At 12 p.m. supper was mmounced. The l...

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THE RAINFALL. THE YEARS' RECORDS. Following are the records of the rainfall for 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913:— [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

TS1K 55ASFAf-J. THK VKAltS' UEOUUDS. Following are tho rcconi* of iho nun full icr 1905. V.'or., 11)07, iy08, 1009,| 1910, 1811, 1912 ati'l 1913 j co-ss ozr/r, aims: r-4t-:r so-oi; 80-45 88-<!<j 05-8(1 04-08 t-v-v tk-u 6-j'o r,i-o 4i-0 v4-S lio-o e V-1 •aaa 24-0 05-f' Cli-l 11-:!! 1 u-o 04-1 04-1,' '-'4-v u:-o ■aom 1kb t-e-i om tv-5 ur-o 68-1 45-1 us-i: 6!'-V •j»o fiihZ ec-ft (!!/'• 1 Vi-Z i)9-r O'J-ii so-1 tl-V 98-5 "id-'s 00-o 19-6 k6-0 M--T, yi-'j Z'J-1 iu-o 86-5 Z'J-1 sr-i b'f-'J hi-c 5)0-z 14-1 S-:4-r. <_• i-s; o::-y <j0-0 01-Si o-j-5 09-g ii-'j i.o-i; - £6-1 t'j-i Z-L-V ouii^ 84-f' eo-0 o(3-r, j:u-o h:-o i:k-s 96-0 k 54-5 auk iy-o ZZ-l i'loo 80-0 i!4- [ 91-5 4S-1 09-1 (u<iy f'4-V eo-i in.f' U'J-o t-s-o 19-1 hi:-9 46-0 'juk «o-r 6!m 4o-v no-1 f4-i 56-v 90-5 h4-0 b'i'-l 09 5 t-i 0 16 5 uo-5 8i-t '-•i-5 ok-1 'l!>i ik-o •in;r !;iot old 1161 old 6061 8c6t 4061 9u6i <joui

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CRICKET. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

CiSIOKEB'. POSITION OF CLUBS. Pinyerl. Wiin. Lost. Pninti. Gnrryoiig 1 1 KWhicdImui "2 1 1 ' -i Wuhva 2 0 -2 0 CUiUU'O.V.; v. W'.LWV. The hihu'c nUyvl t.!i rir r;{urn o:i O'.m!. un Satui'ilay hn, 1/ urryun;; !i:i'l a -una;.' I cam, ami W.Uwa on!y h;t>i niu<» Tlit' home le i.ii w>>t) l Iii' xiin • by 5J r;;.)s. Tin; plavors pri,vltloil vvith aicariio >;i wa liy Mr.j K. Knight, '.vhifh was uiU'.'li ap predated. Sooifs: — Wa LU' A. K. Kvorard, 1> ("Vawfoni, 2 ; \Y. Jcnrio-:, 11 Lukius 7 : J. Strachan, b.w., b hiking 0; l>. llore, b Lukins. *2 ; !,. U. I, >we, not out, 10 ; S. Applctun, b Crawford, U ; P. Hunt, I) W. Sharp, 0 ; —. Hartley, b W. Sharp. M ; J. Turner, b Kimliay, •}.— Tola! forei^ht wicket*, .*iL ninn. Howling.—l\ Crawford, 2 wickeu for 12 nuts ; J\ Ijukirn, • » f»>r i) ; It ICni^ht, 0 f<ir -i ; W. Sham, 2 fur 0 ; C. Kiadlay, 1 for 4. Cohkvom;. li. Sharp, b Jeffrie*, "> ; C. I'indlay, run out. 0 ; J. < ireeuhill, ...

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BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

BfiKicBta.iu. FROM omt OWN COfttlBSPONDENT. V.-.Th'e weather is hot and dry, as may be expected>t this lima of year;" ' ■M. J. F. Boyd had a crossbred sheep cut a staple fourteen inches long. This leiigrh of staple was t.)o long for other Upper Murray sheep breeders to swal low; Nevertheless it was a fact, and Mr Boyd intends sending a :sainple to the "Courier" office for inspection by any "doubting Thomas.'1 Th« wool was just about a . fortnight over twelve months growing. When sheep breeding in ths hilfs was first'started about here. •Mr Buyd was uuder the impression that the sheep would become-more open in the wool, instead of which the wool has grown longer and denser. , When you coine to realise that rabbit skins brought up t >'i/6 a lb. in AJbury and 2iid ail ruund in: Melbourne and 13d a i b. was obtained for wool last year, people who are so ready to run dow.i the Berrmgama country <vill have to alter their tune. We all know it is not ne trly eq i!il to land...

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STOCK ON THE ROADS. CR. BRINDLEY'S MOTION DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Corryong Courier — 29 January 1914

STOCK ON THE ROADS. CR. BRINDLEY'S MOTION DEFEATED. At the last meeting of tfco Towong Bhire Council, pursuant to notice Or Brindley moved that the Council impound ail stock found wandering on roads in ' this Shira and not currying' a chain and tag issued by the council, mid that fees ba fixed for allowing persous to graze a limited number of stock on the Shiro roada.- If some system of the sort wore introduced here, as at Vaeltandandah, nnder" proper: regulation it would save sottlers the trouble and disagreoableness of impounding neighbours' stock.. It would be a, good thing for tho travolling public.. The council could Ax a fair charge, that would pay the Biliary of a ranger" and allow a small margin for profit. Or Tobin seconded the motion. Cr Nnnkervis said it would not be equitable to bar sheep.' Tho- sheep-men should be considered as well as owners of other stock. .Or Dobinson was sympathetic. Some thing should bo dono to abate the nuisance of stock wandering on roiids. Tho p...

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