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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

For Sale Cheap EIGHT WINDOWS, , iron .frames lend ? diamond lights, stained, glassj margins,- , gothic tops, suitable for church, scliool-liouse, . public or private building. Dimensions, ft. ' xl ft. ApplyVto 'Atidrew,' Riverine' Grazier office, Hay. ? - flitemc is published cvory 'Wednesday ' at Hav* Murnimbidirce River, N.S.-VV. ' . ' ; - .b Sddscription : £1 per annum, or -3s. per quarter,, payable iu advance. to advertisers; . , The Riverine Grazier is by far the most widely cfr- . culated newspaper in Riverina, and oflera the greatest advantages to advertisers. ? . : Charges I'ou Adyertjsf.bi'ents: For one insertion 3d. per line of space. l?or every insertion alter, tlie first, i?d. ditto. Births. Ntarriuges,' aud Deaths, (id. each. Specially favorable rates ibr standing advertisements, i aud for such as are largely displayed. . :

Publication Title: Riverine Grazier, The
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DEATH OF MR. GIDEON PALMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

j DEATH OF MR. GIDEON PALMER. - jj I We regret to have to appear again so soon in mourn- j ing. Mr Gideon Palmer, the eldest son of Mr Mathcw j Palmer, of Canoon and Pimpampa stations, has, in the! flower of his youth, been unexpectedly called away from ! the present scone, which seemed opening out to him s its fairest, brightest prospects. He was manned but a 9 |pw months ago, ana was only twenty-five years of age jj when he died.' we intensely sympathise witn his j youthful widow, his father, and the family, to whom this | visitation of God is a bitter stroke. -The deceased was 2 managing, iPimpampa station for his father, and was cx- S ccedingly thoughtful and attentive to his duties, and j was much likeu by all who had any intercouwe with him, and indeed was a general favourite in tho district, a A few days ago ho took an affection, of the throat, and 9 came into Hay for the medical advicc of Dr Gordon, § who was unremitting in his attention, although nothing s serious was expec...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 11th November, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

STOCK IMPORT. Rivtirfhe Grazier Office rm. ? u..v..^ne^y»»th N0'em*W 287J. *The locusts are so numerous that » r*i ' »{, ? herbage Is feared. Thej- go fur- W1 ftcdobo undi, and leave It n- n- . erecl} through, Ilklawa wiu 1 ' ^l ™ep hands thiaVtmr's clii- ? , , ' °,a ,-^tu.rttAiN On all heirtest 4Vetf cut admitted, to. bo tlie best and Wfcelc k few -? '1 V . ^ flloore. jun., has sold this ?Parlcer, -- sl'een, the property of Mr F. L. 'Jr„ °niillVl,Pti0^ Afr. J. Moore, lun., Wn ,ana'Pnen.i3 with awne of the leading firms Stoc!Sl «?'--* jp?!: , * -jffta having «old for and on account ?- . Simton, Esq., 2700 Mungadal station bred Or ij* *° Metsra. McKellar and Holt of Bvgtloree. , ? ^ Booligal correspondent reports tlio Arrival of 1500 rfsal of store hullopksat Wallaby from Burragarang, Jjr A. Burctwr in, charge: they were delivered In fine ?order. Thomuiter at Wallaby has just finished. From ?500 to 600 head have been branded, which is considered Terr iMfefa£tory. ' The following chee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

WILLIAMS, ' Stock, Forwarding, Insurance, and. : ? ; V; ^NERAL AGENT. Station. Supplies of every description on Sale or indented, THE OLDEST SADDLERY Establishment in HAY. 1'^ S o wfitM /ik V ?? t'1 ae r- Q VWl,© M M© a WW - ;f f WILLIAM HEWITSON IN reluming tlianks for past favours, would call the attention of liis friends and public ' generally to ' his large assortment of SADDLES and HARNESS, which are of the BEST MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP. Best Hogskin Saddles made to order. Gents Town and Hunting Saddles, Stock-saddles. Ladies' Side-saddles, &c. ? W.H. having in his employ several first-class tradesmen, that have worked in the lead ing shops in Melbourne, Sydney, and Wagga Wagga, is now in a position to execute all orders entrusted to him, in a stylo and manner not to be surpassed in the colonies. In the HARNESS DEPARTMENT will be found single and double Buggy Harness, Carriage, Waggonette, and Dray Harness, all of the very best material. Waggonettes covered and trimmed....

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. Tuesday, 3rd November, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

MELBOURNE STOCK KEFORT. Tuesday, 3rd November, 1874. Fat Cattle— 15-73 forward— a Jarge supply, conse quently prices dmpped 20s to 30s' under last week's. T. and S. Learmonth's 106 bullocks at £11 lis lOd, ? 21 cows' *t £t) Dj fid ; 2t'2, Jlebtlen aud Son's, bnllockB avenged £0 ill ; lOd cows from Riverlm\ to £7 ; 3(il, Mesars'John Bell and Co's, from Meranglr, bullocks £8 7s 6d, cows £7 Is. Fat Sheep — 10,70'J fur'v.ird, the whole from Riverina. Trade took 11400, meat companies 3500, 1800 turned out. 3028 for Ifr James Tyjon, wethers; shortwoolled, 19s 6d to 14s 6d; 4117 for Mr J. C. M'Leod ; 3775 ewes and ?wethers for Mr Ewan M'Pherson, Bcnditck; 3053 ?wethers for Messrs if 'Gaw and Co, Burrabogie ; 2000 ewes from Tubbo ; a draft of wethers from Nefyambo. Store Stock. — J000 ram lambs sold by Messra Peppin and Sons, Wanganelln, to Messrs Ilope and Scott, Bec mery. 2 piire short-horn bulls have Wen purchased by Mr W.Walker, of Meilman from. Jlessrs Robertson, Colw. ' ? '

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HAY SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

. ^ . HAY_SrjippING. Corrong arrived from F.chuca on -4th inst, sailed up stream on the 6th, returned, and sailed for Bcliuca on the Otb, laden- with Wfjol. Alfred sailed for E'^huca witli wool on 5th inst. Wentworth canvj down stream,- and sailed for Echuca with wool on Gth inst. IS?10 *n*vied Echuca tliis morning. The Murr ambidgee river at Hay is 14J ft; at statically1 ,,UB'V 11 wns ® at Gundagai 6 ft, Hav X/'.kd Office, November 5.— J. Mack, 100a, on Pimps jmpa Run ; Martha Donahec, a minor, by her agoit hf r father, 200a, on Wooloondol. . PBK'aiQvm. — Our correspondent reports the fol Mwinf, crossings : — Nov. 3rd, 5G00 sheep, Fairbairn's; .600, Parker's; 700, Steam Plains. .Nov. 5th, 4000, ?Jf. rmoath's. Close — 7500,JHope and Scott's; 4200, y are Station. Oct. 31. 750 head cattle, stores. Nov. oth, 264 head, Groongal. ? . The Wagga Advertiser reports. November 6th : — We have no marked change in the weather to report since our last. The week has continued throughout fine and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 11 November 1874

Ths action at law which the Insurance Com panies interested in the case of Moore v McCulloch, lately tried in the Supreme Court in Melbourne, may point a moral and adorn a tale to tho residents on the Mur- rumbidgcc. Tho facts of the caso are as follows : — The late proprietor oi Toganmain shipped his wool of last season on board the Menindie barge, to be towed by tho steamer Wentworth to Echuca, and thence sent by   rail to Jlelbournc. The wool, of which there   were 500 bales so shipped, was insured in some of the companies., which take marine   risks, aud was in duo time taken in tow by   the steamer Wentworth, a steamboat eilhsr   belonging to or chartered by the great carry-   ing company of Messrs M'Culloch and Co. The captain refused, it was said, to take any more wool from tho station, or on the way to Balranald, because he said that his vessel was sufficiently laden. , But on reach ing the port of...

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HAY POST OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

HAY POST- OFFICE TIME-TABLE. ARRIVALS. Sunday — 11.80 a.m. From Echuca Deniliquin, 'Wan- 1 jranella, Sydney (via Deniliquin). : . \ : Monaay—lS'a.m. From Maude, Balranald. 1 * ' 5 p.m. From Booligal, Wilcannia, &c. Tuesday-^ a.m. From Wagga Wagga, Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) ? Wednesday — 11.30 a.m. From Echuca, Deniliquin, and ,Wanganella.. Friday — 5 a.m. From Wagga Wagga,' Narandera, ' aud ? Sydney (via Wagga) 11.30 a.m. Echuca, D niliquin^ Wanganella 3 p.m. Balranald and Mauue 6 p.m. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling DEPARTURES. Sunday— 12 a.m. Maude and Balranald 1 p.m.. Booligal, Wilcannia, and Darling Monday — 6 p.m. Echuca. Deniliquin, Wanganella 7 P**11, Wnjrgn, Naranuera, arid Sydney (via WacpiO Wednesday — 0 p.m. Echuca, Deniliquin, Wangnuella, and Sydney (via Deniliquin) - ;? 12 a.m. , Maude and Balranald , lp.m. Booligal, Wilcannia. Darling. &c.' Friday— 6 p.m. Echuca, Deinliqum, ?♦wanganella ? 7 p.m. waggat Narandera, and Sydney (via Wagga) Box clo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

£50 Reward. The Riverine Cattle and Sheep-Stealing Prevention Association HEREBY offer a reward of FIFTY ; PO UNDS to any person or persons who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of any one stealing Horses, Cattle, or Sheep, the property of aiiy Member of the Association. .' . . .. LIST OF MEMBERS. ' President — C.-W. Sirnson, Esq., J. P. Vice-President— Win. Lan£, Esq. Thomas D'Avchy .M. Jnffvay Walter Synnot . Wrngge and Hearno William Sl'Evoy - Godfrey and Chambers - WliittinghamBros& Haines Joseph Smith Thos. James John Peter W. A. Brodribb Patrick B. Curtain JI'Leay, Clark & Co. Joseph M'Gaw John Rutherford and Co. F. Chambers Alfred N. Gilbert F. C. and K. E. Brodribb T. aud S. Lcarmonth It. Chirnsideand Co. Jlolesworth and Waro Stanbridge aud Co.. .. J. Brewer P. Davis Joseph Holt William Martin Treasurer— J. Jfa-igrcgor, Esq. . ; Secretary — John Fairbnirn, Esq. ®|.e fliteme (Iva^ier . is published every '\Vcdno«Iny, at Hay.' Murrumbidg...

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DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

DISTRICT COURTS FOR 1874. ?Uay— l'riday, 6th March.; Friday, 31st JwJy. ? - \ Deniliquin— Friday, 27tii,FeBrnary Fri day, 24th July ; Saturday; 19th December. Wagga Wagga— Saturday, 7th Fcbruary7 Saturday, 4tli July. ; Friday, 27th. November, ? -Albury— Monday, 16th February;; Mon day, 13th July ; Monday, 7th December. , ;, ' Corowa-^Saturday.^lst February ; Satur day, 18th July ; Saturday, 12th DecembeiV Wentworth — Saturday, 21st March j Saturday, 15th August. Bonrko— -Thursday, 7th May : Wednesday! 4th November. COURTS OF QUARTER SESSIONS Deniliquin— Thursday, 2fitli February Thursday, 23rd July ; Friday, -18th De cember. , : .. . . Wagga Wagga— Thurstlay, 5th February Thursday, 2nd July ; Thursday, 26th No; vember. ?? . Albury— -Friday, 13th February ; Friday; 'lOth July j Friday,, 4th Dcc'omberl - . ,.z ; Bourke— Friday, '8th May'; Thursday, 5th .November.'' -, ' Pointed and published by the proprietor John Andrew, at the Wharf Store. ? Hiiy. ^New South Wales, ' ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

Australian Joint Stock Bank. HAY~ 3BEM0H. Deposits received on current Accounts, Interest allowed on Fixed Deposits lit Current Rate?, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Loans Negotiated. Bnd all' other' BACKING BUSINESS promptly Transacted. ? - . The Bank issues Drafts and Letters of Credit upon its various Branches and Agen cies tliroujr'aout ' NEW. SOUTH WALES, VICTORIA. QUEENSLAND, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, TASMANIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. Also upon all the Principal Towns in the United: Kingdom. ; JAMES MACGREGOR, Manager. ' TTTTT /-N A -FVTTVTT A ? W IN lii.. A BRANCH OF . .. The Australian Joint Stock Bank IS OPENED TTlOIl the transaction of all usual Banking JJ Business. J. N. ALLWORTH, 538u Manager. BOURKE. A BRANCH OF The Australian Joint Stock Bank IS OPENED ? 771 Oil the transaction of all usual Banking JJ 'Business. DUNCAN M'ALISTER, 539u .Manager. Bank of New South Wales. C'ay-i-aZ-£l,000,000. ' Reserve Fund £363,333 Gs. Sd. HAY BRM0H. .. DEPOSITS RECEIVED on/- 'Current ? Accau'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

M&SONIC HALL. MONDAY, 25th NOV., 1874. ? , GRANJ) ' Farewell Benefit To tlic Sisters CLARA and EDITH lyirppj^TONI. THE following ladies nnd gentlemen' liave ? kindly volunteered their services ; Miss ADA; WENTWORTH, Messrs SHARP, ROB SON, RAY NOR,; B URGES, EDWARDS, MANSFIELD, KIRCH HOFF, and ? ^ ?? OPIE. ' ,, ' ? Concert ; Concert; . Concert Concfert 1 1 'Concert Concert : -Dancing' Dancing , . , ... . j :,Dancihg . Dancing : ; ' ' ' Grand Comeditta, Don't Judge by Appearances. Don't .Judge by Appearances. Don t. Judge by Appearances. Prices of Admission: — Front seats, 3s ; back seats, ,2s. To be had at all the places of business in town. - B A EL 0 W'S~CIR ClJS ' And Mammoth Troupe of Performing Ponies, EDUCATED Dogs, Monkeys, See., . . Also. The Juvenile Equestrian, YOTJNG ROMA, WILL ''perform in . a spacious Marquee near Halbisli's Hotel, FOR A FEW NIGHTS. ?!.' Prices of Admission First-class, ,3s ; second do, 2s.; children under 10, half price. Doors open at lialf-past...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

The wool season on the Murrumbidgeo is very near a close, and we can form some idea of the amount of the staple commodity which the district has been able to send to market this year. From all tho sources to which we have access we learn that the clip is fully one-sixth more than that of last season, being not only a larger return per head, but 'also the produce of a greater number of sheep. Taking tho stations from Narandera to the junction of the Lachlan aud Murrumbidgee River.-:, there will be nearly 20,000 bales of wool cut and sent to Echuea by river; the exact number , is not yet'i known; / but wo are not very far from the amount* Averaging these bales at three .hundred .weight cach, and taking the washed and unwashed together, they will run that weight, the amount of- wool sent from the stations on the Murrumbidgee within the bounds we have mentioned will reach about 3000 tons. : Averaging, tho cost of carriage of this amount at £2 2s per ton, and that is near about the,: sum...

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MELBOURNE. November 14, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

MELBOURNE. (from our own correspondent.} November 14, 1874. The races being over, the city has, had time to prove its loyalty by mustering the Victorian volunteers 011 the .course on last Monday to celebrate the birthday of- the Prince of Wales. Upwards of 50U0 men of all arms were manceuvered, and went through .several mimic attacks and defences to the perfect wonder and, no doubt, great terror of the thousands who witnessed the affair. I wa3 forcibly struck with the poldierly bearing of our Aus tralian force j aud jf the French, (who, I;imagiue, are still our 'enemies) had only seen how tho3e forces went through their facings and daployed on the field of war fare, they would have a salutary dread of ever ' attempt ing an attack on our fair country. I doubt not but these reviews arc very necessary iu order tc keep up. the soldierly and ferocious feelings of our army, so that our foes may be met with blood lor blood when they do come; hut being of a very practical and economic turn ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

TO THE EDITOlt OF THE RIV12RINK GIIAZIKR. Sir, — Itidiiig tlirough'your township a few evenings ago 1 was otibnded. or rather my nose was struck, by a stench calculateato create-tfie most horrible diseases in the way of cholera, &c.; ever thought of.- Surely the Inspector of Nuisances, or. some other equally active servant or officcr, must be at' fault j for I understand you arc a municipality, 'and surely ? if such is the case, the Mayor and Council ought to guard you from any such nuisances, as I am sorry to any undoubtedly do exist in the various portions of their wards. : /Have the crass hoppers, been too. much for them? — and, by the way, you will have to look' out for those pests for they (if al lowed to stagnate as some of the water in your streets does) will becoinejust as much a nuisance as' your drains ? at present appcar'to be, I'should simply advise you and all other worthy citizens^ not only for their own* health's sake but alfo for the credit of your otherwise ...

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SPEECH OF AN INDIAN CHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

SPEECH OF AN INDIAN CHIEF. . At a Masonic banquet at Chicago, III., a: short time ago, Fly S.' Parker, a chief of the Six Nations, delivered a speech in which he spoke of : himself as almost a lono rem nant of what was oncc a noblo race ; of his struggle on coming to manhood, and seeing his race disappearing as tlio 'dew before the morning sun. ' As he found his race thus wasting away, lie asked himself 'Where shall I find home and sympathy, when our lust' council fire is extinguished?' 1 said I' 'would knock at the door of the Masonry, and see if the white xace would rccogniso me, as they did ancestors, when wc were strong'. the white man weak. I knocked at the door of the Blue. Lodge, and found brotherhood around its altar. I went be fore the great light in tlic chapter, and found companionship beneath tho Royal Arch. I entered the enoampment and found there, valiant knights willing to shield me without regard to race or' nation.- I went further. I knelt at the cross of my Saviour...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SYDNEY, Tuesday Evening, 7.57 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

. BY ELECTJRIC TELEGRAPH. rPKOSI OUR OWN COli It E5P0N DENT.) SYDNEY. ? ' Tuesday Kvenmcr. 7.57 n.m. Hausard debate came on this' evening. , ; Kennedy and Darreli appeared hist night, and met with a good reception. A frightful accident has occurred at the Sugar Works, Edward Rickaby was crushed to death. The Albort ground committee give sixty pounds, be sides sweeps, on Uoxing day, for a grand champion loot race.' 5. ' 'HoivJett, for administering drug3' to Phoebe ? irauks, to proauce aborhon, 'has been sentenced to five years hard labour on tho roads. Mhdam Anna 'Bishop wilJ appear with' a new: tenor, ; oA Monday next. : ?. NThc Melbourne Spiritualists -have got the u-?e of Special trains for their Camp tnecting on Saturday, i -Cattle and sheep are both lower in price.

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THE NEW POINT IN CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

TKE NEW POINT IN CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. v f [from THE S. M. IIEUAtiD.V \ .The defectiveness of a law may bo proven or illustrated in more Trays than one._ It may bo made tlic subject of common discus sion ; it may be tho basis of individual notion, wlioreby the generally understood and obvious spirit and intention of tlie law arc defeated; ami it may bo pointed out or affirmed in the most dircct and practical mnnnnr hv the decisions of the law courts. In tho cisa of our Land law there has been 110 lack of evidence of either kind as to the defectiveness of its provisions. Successive Governments have been urged to amend them not merely by expressions of public opinion, * nor by the development of abuses that have come within the cognizance of their own officers, but by the duly authorised exi pouiidcrs and interpreters of the law,^ who have said in effcct that these alleged abuses arc really tolerated or sanctioned by the law as it stands ; that there is no legal provision for their s...

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SYDNEY. November 14, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

. ''' . SYDNEY. (fj;om our own correspokdent;) November 14. 1874. After a scorching foretaste of summer last .week, we /.have- had - seven days of pleasant winter— the 60uth wind blowing for an unusually long time, without bring ing rain. Now the wind is north again, and we have to expect another hot season. In the metropolitan dis trict the supply of rain, throughout the winter and spring, has been so. regular that fields, gardens, and forests, all have a beautiful aspcct of plenty. C On Saturday. the intercolonial display of skill in the use of the rifle came to an end— fiuishinff oft* with an in ternational (or, as that is an. unfit term to describe the relation between members of the ' United' Kingdom.' .an, inter-provincial) contest between 'English, Scottisli, 'and Irish- The sons of Erin won the day, and 'St. Patrick's Day in tlie morning,' proclaimed their triumph with, joyful music. MonaJ*y was'observed as a holiday, in honour of the Prince of- Wales ;? and a mo.^t delightf...

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STOCK REPORT. Riverine Grazier Office, Wednesday, 18th November, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 18 November 1874

STOCK BE PORT. ! fr/ivnW; Grazier OOice, Wednesday, 18th November, 187' J. I The weather e&ntmuc's fine. There ha,vc bf.'cn punuvy ftppcarances of raiu, but uoneha3 fallen. The uvi-rajj* weight of clips this year is about one-fifth more than lust, end the number of sheep thorn is much greater. The locu3t, which has been so destructive on the frontages, Ua«, w-2 learn, not teen so. bad in the back, country m in. Mine previous years. Where they have abounded the wells nave been cUoKcd with their dead bodies and the water pdiioned by their decav. Mr John Moore, jun., Hay, reports that owing to tlie gTeat ravages made by the locust stock business this week is merely nominal. He has, however, several. large transactions pending' in reference to both stations and wool. 7th November, *M0Q fat wethers for Melbourne left Coan Downs station, Mi* H. B. Stiyirtin chaise. lOtli, 22# fat wethers left TogrmmaiiV for Melbourne. On 20th, 10,0(U ewes are to start tor Mf. M.'I'herson's Breewar...

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