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The Roster. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

The Hosier. :The following is the .Bebth of Magis trates for next Tuesday's Courf- — Messrs Campbell, Wright, and Tho.nas. SHii} Jo inB a la ' Spero Mcliora FRIDAY, xlUGUST: 25, 1899,

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

''—'AT— --'V ^ ' SPRINd FLAtV -; t-o'n— . SATURDAY, SEP- 2nd, at 11-30 a.m. SHABP. ; E. W- Cansdell HAS received instructions from.H. ,H. Witts, Esq., (who is leaving the dis trict) to sell at his residence, Springfield, near Spring Flat, — The whole of his superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, Guns, ' Buggies, Horses, Harness, Saddles, and . Four Store Bullocks. . — £3- LUNCHEON PROVIDED. |Terms at Salo, ' v - School of Arts, Bombala. WED- and THURS- 30tli and ' 31st AUGUST. ' RETURN VISIT OF PEOBASCO With an entirely new and up-to-date EijOESCUmCULUM —AND — VAUDEVILLE CO. . —OF— 20 Performers ;'20 — INCLUDING — ING0MAR, /The Talking- Horse-,- v B0NIT0. The Clown Pony. SYDNEY, The Waltzing tony. ' ; JACE0, The Marvellous Baboon. .. . The ST. LEON FAMILY of Acro bats. ; 7 ' '' LEONARD BROS-, Clowns, Dancers, - etc. . - . .-. H. DIXON, The Celebrated Juggler. MISS A. WALLACE. Qkirt and Fancy Danseuse. Full BRASS BAND, of Bight Performers. POPULAR PRICES. Boons Open 7.' Ovebtoue a...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Bombala Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Bombala Post Office Time Table Mails leave Bombala for Sydney, via Cooina, daily, Sundays excepted as under: — Leave Bombala 8.30 a.in Bibbonluke7.30 a.m., Holt's Flat 9.40 a.m., arrive Nim itybelle 11.40 a.m., leave Nimitybelle 12.10 p.m., loav^ Eoek Flat 2 p.m., arrive at Cooma 4.15 p.m., leave Cooma 5.10 p.m., arrive Railway Station 5.20 p.m. Leave Cooma 12.15 a»m0' Bock Flat 12 p.m., Nimitybelle 2 ' p.m., Holt's Flat 4.15 p.m., liibbeniuke 6 p.m. Arrive at Bombala 7.45 p.m. Mails leave Bombala for Pambula on Tuesdays, Thursdays aiid Saturdays, as under' — Leave Bombala Thursday, Saturday, Tues day, .5 a.m. ; arrive Catheart 7 a.m. Rocky Hall, 9.io a.m. ; Wyndham, 11.30 a.m, * Whipstick, 12.40 a.m./ Pambula, 2 p.m. ? - Leave Pambula, Wednesday; Thursday Friday, Saturdny, Monday, Tuesdayj-i^2.10 p.m. ; arrive Merimbula, 3.15 p.m. Leave Merimbula, Friday, Saturday. Mon day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 12.45 p.m. ; arrive Pambula, 1.45 p.m. Leave Eden, Friday, Saturday, Monday. Tu...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

THE SKmes,' And Hanaro and Coast District General Advertiser, ESTABLISHED OVER A dTTAItTEB OF A CENTUM Tfie^'BdmbaJd Times ' lo published 'every FRIDAY. SU BiSCRJ PTI ON , $1 per year if looked, or 16s. if .paid in advance. . ' Advertising Terms : Advertisements -sent to 'the «ffioe withou ^notifying the number of insertions Will be 'Continued at -advertiser's cost until an order is received -to stop. Special -tjerms for stand' £ng advertisements. Any person ordering -on behalf of a /com tnittee the insertion of advertisements will' be faeld responsible for payment of the same. ?Advertisers are -specially requested to state «on their advertisements the number of in sertions -and -space required. ^Advertisements for insertion hi ?current ^veek's -issue ,'inust 'be sent -to -the .office by 2 gvra., on .Thursday; ~ i SCfllEOFCHARGES: , DOUBLE KJOLTTMN ADVERTISE-, JUENTS, for the first inch, 6/- ; each addi tional inch, or part thereof , 2/6. If inserted tfchreo or more times, half rate...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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BAIRNSDALE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, Aug. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

BAIRNSDALE' CATTLE. MARKET. ? ? Saturday, Aug. 12. Messrs. Desailly McArthur and Co. report : Fat Cattle.— A full supply forward of very prime cattle. Buyers were present from Omeo, Swift's Creek and 'other surrounding districts, and competition was keen for nearly all lines. We sold 30 cows from Murrindal station, large framed and fairly primp, at £4 16s, -C4 19s, £5 6s and £5 18s, makinfi an average of £5 4s all round. For Mr, Wm. Cumming, Orboyt, 3 prime bullocks at £7 Is; pen prime cows, £6 8j to Jt'6 Us ; lighter cows at £5 lis : heifers at £3 ISs to £4 7s Gd. Mr. 0. IS. Desailly's cow.', from £4 19s to £5 15s, and other odd lots, Nearly all the primest cattle went to Omeo district buyers. Store Cattle.— Our yards fairly well supplied, buyers were numerous and prices about equal to late rates. We sold Mr. Alex. Johnston's 40 5- year-old bullocks, in forward condition and exceptionally good quality, at £6 10s per head all round. 10 bullocks, small, account Messrs. Cumming Bros,,...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Commercial. SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Commercial. ? 0 ? SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat.— Milling, 2s 9d. Ohiclswhe.it.— Wliote samples to 2s 6a broken to 2s Id. ?; Flour. — Local roller to £8 15s ; Californ ian £9 5s. Maize. — Prime river, 2b lOd, Oats.— New Zealand priwo' feed Is lid, medium le 8d ; local Is 7d ; seed, local, .to IsCd. ' Biiin. — 8d. *' Pollard. — 8d. Barley.— Cape, to 2s 6d. Chaff.— Local, £3 10s; Tasmanian, £3 5s; Now Zealand, £4 \ Victorian, . to £3 10sj Straw.— Bundled £1 15s, derriok-pressed, £1 15s Od. - Potatoes. — Circulars, £2-15s. _ Onions, — £4 los. Honey,— 2Jd per lb. Lard.— Bladders od, bulk i Jd. Bacon. — Hand-curi d GJd, Hams.' — Colonial hand-cured to 7jd, in loth to Sd. - Butter.— Best creamery lOd, best factory, to Injd, primo dairy to 9d. Cheese.— Large to 4Jd, small to 4d. Eggs.— 9d- per doz. - ,- . Poultiy;— Fowls. ? prime, .to 3s 6d ; ducks, to 3s 9d ; geese, to 5s , turkey^ cupks, to 103, hens, to Cs pqy pair. ,v .

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International Cricket. AUSTRALIA v GLOUCESTERSHIRE. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

International Cricket- : . i;. AUSTRALIA; ^GLOUCESTERSHIRE.-- (- | . GLoucESTEnsmnB. ' -' y; ~.-v\ I'- . .Tirst Innings. '' ''''-r'-'1-' Bice, b Jones . . ... ? . .'.,r . '0' : Champain, c Kelly, b Jones . ' .7 ,.'v '61 Townsend, c Iredale: b HojyeH* .' Jossop,; b Trumble, . ^ ^ ' J'.. i'Vl: -'67iwu';':, Troup, o Kelly, li Htfweii ''r Brown, o and b'Trumble.. ' '' Hemingway, b Howell Board, c Iredale, b Jones i:.' Goodwin, b Trumble :/.i . j. Paish, o Kelly, b Noble .. i ? Roberts, -not out -.. ' . .. 6 . Sundries .. .. iV. Total .. ... ' '^.'203 . , Second Innings,--.- ? *. ... - ?; Rice, b Howell ? .. . - Champain, o Gregory, b Jonoa .. .- 25. - ?Jessop, b Jones ? 5 Townsend, not out.. : . , . ; - ? . 135 ? Troup, b Howell .... .... . .. : .-61 Brown, b- Jones .. .... . ... -'4 ' ? Hemingway, o Kelly, b Trumble 42 Board, c Darling, b Trumble .. ... _23 Goodwin, run out. . . .. ' .... ' [0 ; Paish, c Iredale, b Trumble ... ;'l Roberts, o Jones, b La vor . . ' ' 0 ' Sundries . . . ....

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The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

The Federal Capital. In the Assembly on Tuesday Mr. Price asked if inquiries would be made as-tothe suitability of the various .siteB in New South Wales that had beau suggested for the establishment of tho Federal State capital, so that tho information might be available for the Foderal Parliament im mediately on its formation. Mr. Reid re plied that any information whioh was likely to be of use.to tho.Fedoral .Govern ment would be got jtoady. ? In the Assembly on^ VVednesday. Mr, Barton said: Referring .fo the. question which waB put yesterday by the hon. member for Gloucester, will the Premier give the Housosomo information on' the matter of tho federal capital ? Will he soo that proper persona are appointed for the purpose of making, inquiries as to what sites are suitable, with the view of thoir reporting confidentially on a small number of sites P I would suggest not loss thanjthree nor more than five, the in formation upon whioh, being kept confid ential by the Government, wou...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Latest English Telegrams LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Latest-English T elegrams London, Wednesday. M. Laborihns resumed his labors, and was congratulated on his re-appearauce at the courE' The Government intend to string ently prosecute the . rioters. A successful trial, of a nasy gun w;as mado 'at Shoeburyriess. It ''carries fifteen miles. Guenu and Mux i Kegia . are stui burrieaded- in thbir; house :at: Paris: | The' water has been 'cut -Off.'- - '? ? Active' pTeparatlons-^IOE.-.wnr . being made-in the -Transvaal. ? Mauser' rifles are being distributed to the Boers, The English' newspapers declare that the supremacy, of Great Britain must be maintained at any. cost. Thp Portugues' government admit that the stoppage of arms at Dela^oa Bay was owing to the intervention , of .Great Britain. - v ' v ; ?

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Latest Telegrams. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Latest Telegrams. (Rkuter's Telegrams) Sydney,' Thursday. A meeting of the Opposition w-is held yosterday. Mr. Barton resigned the leadership, and said that ho had come into tlio House for the specific purposo to see federation' accomplish ed, and as that had been done and the cause was now snfely beyond tho danger of local political warfare, he had no desire to bo an active element in party strife, and would, therefore, bo glad to hand over the reins. He assured the Opposition that he was still with tberu and would give his warmest support to any movement that had his approval. Air. Lyne was then unanimously elocted'to tlio lead- ' ership. It is understood he will con sider to-day whether a vote of censure will be proposed. The Norton libel oase waB.concluded by the plaintiff accepting a non-suit, as he was unable to oarry on the cuee aa ho expected. The Australians won the Middlesex match by an innings, ard. 280 runs. The county only scored 105 and 110 in oach innings. Johns has l...

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Tragedy at Ultimo. A MAN SHOT DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Tragedy at Ultimo- ' A MAN SHOT DEAD. . Fig-street, Ultimo, -was the scene of o tragic event on Wednesday night,' 16th inflt,, under circumstances of a dramatio character. A youug man named Henry Williams was ehot dead, and two Bisters named Absolom were fired upon and seri ously wounded. The occurrence arose out of a disputed courtship — as far as the authorities have boon able to ascertain— and it was carried oufwith a fatal delib eration'. Tho facts obtained by tho authorities are to the effeot that a man named Sydney Frederick Giblett, who is about 35 years of age, visited No. 106 Fig-street early on Wednesday evening with the object of soeing a young woman named Eliza Ab solom, who resided there with her two 8i8tore; Emma Absolom, aged 30, and Lily, aged 26. The sisters followed the occupation of dressmakers. There was a distaut family question between them and Giblett inasmuch as he had been married to thoir cousin, whose maiden name was Hibbart, and who about two years ago ob...

Publication Title: Bombala Times And Manaro And Coast Districts General Advertiser
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Butter Factories Association. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Butter Factories Associa Delegates from a number of butter factories met at Seymour, Victoria, on June 29 to consider the proposition that has been beforo dairymen for so' long, viz., the desirability of forming a. co-operative butter factories com pany, tho main object of which is, as producers, to handle their own product, and thus do away with middlemen, securing lor themselves the profits accruing to agency companies. Mr. J. E. Hanbury, o( Euroa, occuj.iod the cliair. The Chairman, in his opening re marks, referred to the quostion of freightage. It seemed inconsistent that, whereas carcases wero being shipped to London at -|d per lb., but ter was charged at the rato of $d. That was too much to: pay. Cooper tion, ho felt sure, would remove all such obstructions to industry. The association had been' discussing the question for the last four years, and there was every prospect of coopera tion being shortly an accomplished fact. At the .last mooting- held at Benalla the dosirabilit...

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NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

[?] Out of 1 00,000 haros received in Sydney this season 62,000 came from Cooma. * » * Kain still continues to fall intermitt ently throughout the district, and the rivers are all in a swollen state. Ernest William Oansdell, of . Nim itybelle, has taken out an auctioneer's license for the district of Bombala. * * Sergeant Siit, stationed at Bombala, has been gazetted as Inspector under tho Liquor Act of 1898, such appointment to take effect from 22nd July, ? ? ? Mr. E. W. Cansdell, auctioneer, ad vertises that he will sell Mr. H. B. Witts's furniture hy auction at Spring Flat, on Saturday, Sept. 2nd.. * * ? The many friends of Mr. Charles Tay lor,— of Nimitybelle, will be pleased to hear that this gentleman is recovering from the severe illness which has for some time confined him to his room. ? . ? « 'By advertisement a meeting of share holders in co-operative dairy companies in the Bega, Bombala, Candelo, and other surrounding districts is called for Monday, 26th August, at Candel...

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The Farmers' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

The Farmers' Conference A nothkb successful meeting of far mers' representatives has rocontlv con- clud edits. I qb^urs at Oranne,. These ? annual gathering and discussions do imrcense t'ood to the producing in terests, and it is advisable for all dis tricts which have not farmers' nFsoci awons at prertent, to ut once rorin a branch in. 'their districts. The decision* arrived at by these gatherings are most valuable, riofc.because they have any power in themselves,; but they serve to educate, the Parliament of the country in the direction which the thought trends of a large and impor \ tant -ection of the community. These gatherings' are, in fact, Parliaments of farmers, with the only difference that the members thereof are not empow ered' to make laws, but only to sug gest thorn. Their decisions, it is true, are. given as representative of a olass, but 'there is. the distinct difference between this and any other class, that farmers are primary.producera of . all : the woalth of th...

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"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER V. THE DESERTED BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

' Parted at the Altar.' / A Charming Love Story of Intense and , Thrilling. Interest. BY L. J. L. (Author of ' A Working Gitl's Triumph.' CHAPTER V. THE IJItSEHTED BDIDE. 'When the£ reached Baltimore tl:e,v drove straight to an hotel, nnd then for the first time it 6eemi-d to Doris her husband spoku. kindly to her. Ho said : ' You look Tery tired. I should advise you to get some rent. I always find a cigar and the morning air most refreshing after ir journey. We stay here a week,'1 lie went on, aa he.placcd | a roll of batik-notes in her hand. ?' That will give you plenty of time to make your necessary purchases.' Doris looked ut him, the picture of diBiuuy, but she did not tell him she did not have the faiuteBt notion as to j what was appropriate to buy. ' Do you wish me to accompany I you ou this shopping1 expedition ? ' he a:-koil. ' To tell you .the truth, it al ways bores me. I have ordered a car riage at two to-morrow afterno on.' ''' I can go alone,' ans.verod Doris, bravely....

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Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Railway League. A w.'ll attended meolin;; of the public was hold in tlio Suhool of Arts -ni Wed nesday' afternoon ' last to consider-, the resolutions drawn' up liy the comniittoe appointed on the 15th insti Mr. R._ Campbell was ill the Chair. Tho Chairman- read tlio advertisement Convening the mooting. Mr. Murphy on behalf of the committoo said thoy had handed the resolutions pre pared by thein to tho Chairman, Mr. 10. Jon.is moved, ' That the officers of tho Leaguo shall lie : President, two Vice Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, and twenty committeemen, seven to form a quorum ; tho committee and officers to bo elected by tho present mooting, tho officers to bo. ex officio members' of tho comniittoe.' Rev, Father Norris seconded tlio- reso lutinn, which was carried. Mr. G. Cruickshank moved, ' That the amount entitling persons to membership be 2s (id.' Seconded by Mr. J. E. Wright. Mr. J. M'Coy moved an amendment that the amount bo one shilling, with power to levy up to five shill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

Something is After You Far away, in the'Jungle of Central Indin, a village lies asleep. Only a solitary hnmnn figure can be seen, following the winding jungle path in the moonlight. It is early night, and the native who comes has been delayed on his way home. But what is that dark shadow that crosses the path behind, him ? Quite oblivious, the man marches on. ? He looks neither to right nor left, nor behind him, where crouches that d irk shadow. A few yards more and he will bo out of the jungle. A few ' minutes more, and he thinks he will be sleoping -. in the bosom of his family. But see, the Shadow moves! With two. noiseless bounds like a giant out the tigre'ss' is upon him. One des puiriiiR scream and nil 'is quiet. Bitten through tho. head, the victim is snatched up and carried by the grim man-eater to her lair in the hills. Meanwhile the village slumbers peacefully on. Was it the man's fault? Yes, I think it wi:b. Had he not lingerod, he would not havo been caught. Tlie tigress...

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"Gazette" Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 25 August 1899

'Gazette 'Notices- it. is proposed to rosume cortain lands for, and in connection with, the following road, and to close certain unnecessary roads in compensation therefor, under the Public Roads Act of; 1897 : — Description -of Road Ito.ibo Opened : — Part of road from Catheart to Rocky Hall, parishes of Knnoonah . and Yuglamah, county of Auckland. Plan of lands to 'be resumed, which shows also tho roads in-» tended to bo closed, may be inspected at this Office, and a copy of tho same, with Schedule of particulars, at the office of the Crown Land Agent at Eden. Schedulo and particulars of lands pro posed to ho lesumed, mid of roads deemed to he unnecessary and intended to ho closed, — * Parish No. 46, area 55a, owner Philip Connors, character of holding, A.C.P. 84 49, width of land to he resumed, vari able, area to bo resumed 30p ; roads to bo closed in compensation, &c. — The unneces sary part of tho old road (west of new road) separating this portion from portion 1 No. 16...

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"Parted at the Altar." A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest. CHAPTER V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 September 1899

'Parted at the Altar.' A Charming Love Story of Intense and Thrilling Interest BY L. J. L. (Author of ' A AVorking Girl's Triumph,)' CHAPTER -V.— Continued. The G\onts- Unit hod followo.l in rapid succession — his meeting with bt'uuliful Doris Brandon — the bull, and the fatnl marringe which had resulted from it — ;Wcro entirely obliterated fioin bis mind. AIiip ! for the str.ingo complioatioiiB o£ a fnto more crnol thnn death — the voi/ existence dftlw-j'uir young hridn, who wailed in vaiii for his coming, was swept entirely from his memory. There was great rejoicing at Thorn ton House whi-n tho bunlter and liis son returned home. Mrti. Thorlon uud the young ladies embraced Frederick by turns. His mother held him in her arms longest. 'There is someone rise waiting to welcome you, dear,'1 she ?whispered noddinj; towards the lu»y window- heavily draped with silken curtains—, ' tome one who would, not have cared to live if you had died.'1. ' 11 Is. it -Vivian, mother ?'' lie asked, qu...

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BAIRNSDALE CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, Aug. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bombala Times and Manaro and Coast Districts General Advertiser — 1 September 1899

BAIRNSDALE CATTLK MARKET. ? Saturaay, An?. 12. MeRsrs. Desnilly Macarthur and Co. ro : port :— Fat Cattle.— A moderate yarding, very few prime cattle forward; buyers were ' very scarce and Bales difficult to effect, ex ? cept at low prices. We sold a pen of light ' weight young bullocks from JUndennw at . £5 10s ; and several lines of light-weight - cows from £4 5s to £1 18s, and outside; dur ing the week, for ^lessrs Robinson aud Mor rison, 26 fat cows to an Omeo buyer at £5 103? arid for other owners 20 fat cows and . several. 'vealers to £2 6s per head. Store r Cattle.— -A very small yarding in comparison tirthe supply forward a few weeks back ; buy ers were scarce and biddings slack; prices ? hardly up to late quotations. We sold 14 young bullocks from Coongulmerang at £5 -6s ; store cows from £2 6s to £3 4s/ Wood lands cows, £2 10s to £4, the latter in for ward order.

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