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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

S! AIL ,NOTICES. Mails close at the MaIflr Poet-olice for the following places as undeor: . For Sale .losedale; Traralgon, Wal halla, Toongabbio, Melbourne, Port Aihoyt, Tarraville, &a., at 11 am. daily. For Stratford, *lairnsdalo,i Bruthon, Omeon, Grint, Dargo, etc., daily at 12.30 For U per Maffra daily at 3 p,mi For Hoyfiold, Glenmaggio, Oowwar, and Soaton, 'on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 3 p.m. lriagojong, dily at 2.45 .p,n . The Post-office ia open for ;telograms at 8.30 atm. till 8 p.m:, loslng between 1 and '2 and 0 i~nd' 7. :Pstal businosa! from 0 am, till i p.m. Mails close for Maffra at the under. oentionol places ne under :.- SSalo, at 1,30 p.m. daily. iriagolong, at:10,5 asm. daily. Noevry, at 0.30a. m. daily. f Stratford,'at 3.15 p.m.n daily. ; . HIyfield, &30 am. Tuesdays, Thurs. days, and Saturdays. ' ,

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

Trade Totices. T. B. ABB:OT T. CHEMIST, DRUGGIST, DENTIST. SALE AND MAFFRA, I[N THANKING the publio for past Sfavors and' soliciting a eoutiiuanco of the' support no liberally accorded him, begs to call attention to his SPe. cuALrrca5 smany of which (more parti cularly Iis Chlorodyno, Antibilius Pills, and Odontalgine) have commanded a largo sale forthe lastfourteenorfifteenyeare,and proved equal if not superior to all other ptparatinsts of the kind, his OHLORODYN E is pronounced by eminlent physiciais and all who, have used it, superior to any similar preparation. It speedily relieves in whrtever organ and whatever cause, pain and produces a feeling of comfort and quietude net obtainable by other remedies, allays irritation of the nervous system, creates a calm refreshing sloop, and there are no bad effects. It acts like a charm in Diarhaea, Dysentry, Colic, Spasms, Palpitation, and gives olmost immediate relief in Bronchitis, Asthma, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Whooping and other Coughs,...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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NOTES ON WHEAT AND WHEAT GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

NOTES "ON WHEAT AND WHEAT GROWING. Tihe all: important question withlitho farmers: 'at tlio present moment is, natuinlly, "tlhe rapid. seouriiig of: the corn .crops' now ripe and demanding. attention.: But whlile we are busy with: the prosent;, it will--, be well if we also bestow+ somee little thought on the future' with la view to the raising of abundant crops. There was a time awhlti farnsers were satisfied with' any, kind' of seed, so long as they had enough of it,, the custom.being to sell the lest,. and use the residue for seed purposes Ample experiment has clearly, demon, strated that like produces like-and that well tilled and clean land,. seeded with a moderatoe quantity. of- selected seoed; will produce better results than a much larger quantity if sowri with in ferior'seed. Thel securing of: the best seed. is of the? utmost .importance. iThere is no plant grown, of the: kind uiiually, cultivatek by farmers, but. that yieolds vory dilfferently, accordinrigto the ,quality :...

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BLOWN TO FRAGMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

BLOWN TO FRAGMENTS.: A San Fransisco paper gives the following details of a horrible case of suicido which occurred in the confines iof Golden Gate Park in that city,, and whichl was brought to light by.a party of boy hunters. Between 2.nnid 3.p.m. the young hunters were aoaming over the sandhill in searcli' of quail, when they were attracted by a smell of putrid flesh,' which grew stronger, as they ad vanced, until they c0ame dite.tly upon the source of emanation, in the shape of a most frightfully mutilated body ever brought into the city's morguoe)}The little glade presented a sickening sight. On shrubs and trees hung bits of flesh, cloth ing paper, etc., and twigs were torn offas if broken by ahurricano. The ground was torn up and the fresh earth scat tered to a distance of half-a-dozen yards around. At the foot of alow bank lay the rem)ants of a man, whose only whole portions consisted of hislegs and .truik as far up as theowaist. The face and breast were completely gone, and t...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. MAFFRA V. BRIAGOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

CRICK ET... MAFFdA V i,BRIAGOLONG. The return match between the above clubs was played on Saturday last, on the ground of tho former, the' match resulting in an reasy' win for Maffra in one innings and 69 runse The .first: match played this season betweon these clubs was.o. at .Briagolong about two monthsl ago,, and "Maffra being rather confident: of having a soft thing on, sent a weak steam' acrosg, which was easily defeated; so ' this time our home teani was rather anxious about retrieving their lost laurels and the ashes, and' for the last few- days practico became the order of the day. At half-past 12 o'clock-2-the time ap pointed for a start-all' the' B.C.. tcanm were on, the ground,. but on a count being made of thoeMafra team it was found three were absent, conse quently the secretary, was called up; when he announced 'two ill (J. W. Allan and Bartold), .and. one (J. M'Farlane) uinable to come in time to. play. • Beck, Alford, and Dawson were then selected to play in place of...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTH GIPPSLAND COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

NORTH GIPPSLAND COURSING CLUB.~ The above club will hold their open ing meeting of 16- dog all-aged stake to-day... ,The.imeet:-will takeoplace,at Blacsksmith's Corner, Nuntin, at the junction of the Miffra ind BSale roads to Stratford, at half-past eight o'clock. It will be noticed below that a number of new dogs are entered, and we under stand are quite equal to any of those of last year, which have not been brought forward this time, thatis 'so far as we judge from the trials given them by their owners. Should the ?weather turn out'fine thereo should be rsome good sport, anid ase hares are very plentiful just now, the,result'should hb knowli at the clodso of the day. The entries and the draw are :icluded'in the following : Mr. J. Swan's b. andtr, Hentish. Lad, by L'Ami-Rougoe.t-noir, against Mesars Macfarlano and Carpenter ir' b Fadolmhi, by Fadladeon--.hFallen Star.: Mr. J. Swnm's f anid iv b Little Tottio, by Walkover-Nellie against Mr. H. Har rison's w and f d Hobart,, by Walk...

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AN INNOCENT HOOSIER'S EXPERIENCE WITH A HOSEPIPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

AN INNOOENT HOOSIER'S EX :PERIENO ; WITH -A HOSE PIPE. Yesterday aftornoosn tall,: lank. indi vidual, dressed inu faded: suit of brown jaiisl his'ipanaloons tuckdd inito a pair of reumarkably largo and` duity iboots, said wearing a broad brismood atraw hat ln much the worse for.uso, was sitting. on=ono of the benches at Garfield place;i watchiig the'.. park-keeper watering the grass. The operation seemed to impress hlimtcon sidorably, and lie looked. as ifs lie wanted to sponk to tie man with the hliose. e made. ono .or two ineffectual efforts, but eacli time sat dowon on tlso bencli without having opened his mouth., .At length, having conquered his natural difildenco, holarase, nan dthus addiossed thio kopor: . Say- stranger, .I'm fro Idijiany, and I'd like mighty well to seo: how thsatthar thiug is.worked." The mas with tie hose courteously explained thie operationh told all about the watoworrlso, aid l'issally olfered to lot tho' Hoosoir try :lis land at watering the grmss ift lo...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

Auctions. SHEEP. SHEEP, - 3ITAFFRA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13. A M'LEAN and CO. will soil at their . ' yards, account W. 'Clement, Esq., (lo0ory) His Flock of 200 splendid crossbred Ewoes and Hioggots. The above are prmun fat, a choice lot oithler for breeding or nbutchers. TO_.LET, THREE YEARS, FOR C- CULTIVATION. MIAFFRA, FRIDAY, 'APRin 13. A:M'LEAN- and 'CO.. will :Let, by . Auctionnt ttheir yards, two Pad. docks at .Tinamba, 120 and 80 aorea first lass Land... For particulars apply-to the Anctioneers, or J, Williams, Esq., J.P., Mournoe Park,' - 19z0 10RES' GOOD 0 GRAZING LAND FOR SALE, A M'LEAN & CO., have for private. .. sale on account of L "C. Smith, F.sq.,Iof Melbourne, the property known as' HE BACK CREEK PADDOK in'Tinamba, containing 1120 aores of goo Gzeing 'Land,' well gransed and abun dantly watored in all seasons. 'The pro perty Is securely enclosed with post arid rail, cattle and sheep proof fences, and is admirably situated, ,te survey of the pro posed railway to Bai...

Publication Title: Maffra Spectator, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

-- Coache, c. OB : and CO.'s COACHIES leave CoItT ERIOS5 HOTEL.. SALE, to BAIRNSIALE,'1.4'p.mn; aily (Sunday. oxcoptod), arriving .at Bairnsdele at 7.30 p. m.. "n, 10s, All information, &d,i at Cobb" and Co.'s Ofice, Criterion hotel, Sale.: ¼t ROBERlTSON~,WAGNER CO.,: ROYAL IIMAIL.' A COACH will RUN DAILY between above places, leaving I1ewry daily'at D.45 am., Maffra 11.15 a.m. ; arrivig at Sale at. 12.45 p.m, And return the same day, leaving Sale on arrival of train for hIfna, and Nswry. : Passengers and parcels booked at .tlo following places :- Sale, T. Deggan's Criterion' Hotel; fMfLci; Win. Bannister'sa Camden Hotel; and at Rawlin's Nowry Hotel. ,.. All parcels left for conve ance must be prepaid, 'otherwise they will' not be for , J. FISHER, Proprietor. HIIEYFIELD TO MAFFRA. HEConvoyance between the above T places, will be :DISCONTINUED until further notice. Any parcels that can be forwarded eon horabaok will be duly delivered.. All parcelsamustbe prepaid, anrid any fo...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 9 April 1883

CMME IAL INTELLIGENOE. . arrZLOURNE GAP. I MARKET. x Meisrs., William Adamnonoand Co. report for the week ending Al?ril4th :' W3Vhet.-Businoass i.? wheat has boon carried through only on a very limited scale; offerings being very meagreo. Millers are-not disposed:- to give what holders demand. " We quoto-prime: Si 2d to gs Sd. holders-in many inatances hiking: higher rates ; medium qualities realise 5e to 5s ld. Oats-Holders show inclination to sell, and-buyers-are operat ingpretty freoly, so that a fair business has been carried throutgh. at the following rates :-Stout feed qualities 13s?2d to:3s 2jd; mediutm,,,3a toIs i d, and thin sorts at fromn 2s 10d to 2si 11ld, Barley.--Maltinog. orts-are- in domand, and vahies have ivawide rango, iccording to quality, viz, from 5s to 5s 3d, for medium up to 5s Od for best sample. Pens.-Very few offering,- and prices acomo\ihat lower. We quote 3a 3d to Os 4d. Mnaize.-Stocks are now llght, and 4s is the ruling plrice.' Flour.-WVu quote £10 10s...

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POETRY. IN THE MINING TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

ýtP i: OETRYW' INITHE MINING TOWN. ""Tis' thi lais, timeiaring "lie' gentle As o skised hbelita like tiecherries red, Wlhile a fond lookehono in his yoyes of :!: ::)broen c.rfu ·d ya! :.," My own is the prettleset:girl in town; .Toi'norrow- the boll. from.the towor will "Ajloyfo 'peai Wisethere ever'a king' JSoi trenly '6ble~'hsiie royyatlhrbine 1 P.As Ishallbowhoen'olalimdmy own 1" iTwes afond farewell; it twa od dgon d Buot ' wathiod'd hona go 'with a trouhled Il te aigh' n a n So, into' the" basket that swayed and .e swung : O'er the yawning ibynsho lightly sprunge ;Andj the oy oflhor heart,-soniool turned to woe. Aesthey lowered hin a inits the deaopth be r Bowh' r tar;M Herpwoeet ;,young ;faco, with its.treeses b brown, Was the fadreot face in tlie mining town. r':Lis oltheemorning'csme, et ihe mamatngi 't .~bell'' + rarsa¶ High upimnll the tower, rang a: moerrnfl 'Fior the te h eort buried, seeath earthiand' arnr own ine the heart of the mine-alone. :A:sorrotwfl peal ontheir w...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. 1. The "Argus" states tllatthe Alliury district is expected to iroduse 200,b00 gallons of good winetl this year. ,'"._ Sir W. J. Clarke hasi given 100 guineas towards un iiitcrcoloniil plough in match, and 50 guiincas aa aprizo for a reaper and hindber: campetition. It is probable that the iniatchand cinom petitions wilibe held ;in the Ballarm; district. It hais :behoen decided' to hring 'Mr T. M'L Palmer before the Warrnae bool Police.court on Friday niext,when he cliargo:of manslaughter preferred gainst him in coninection with the ate coolie. disturbaiice will be gone into. Mr..Gaunt, of Ballarat is engaged to defend the accused. n: ian article upon the.demoralibation of; the police force,.the "Warrnambool Standard" refers to Melbourne, inithe .followiilg unflattering, ternms:- f Its ino ;wondeir that the I Queen: City:;,of the South' has ibecomela maelstrom of vice,. a sink of polution and: misery, andithe embodiment of all that is degrading andit filthy and erimin...

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CIGARETTE SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

O IGARETTE'E SMOKING. ý The't' " aicet," :-which "has been ."vwriting:l tely on,the injurious habit of the "nips",of alcohol between meals; iremarks that scarcely less injurious, in a':asubtle and generally unrecognised way, is the growing practice of amok-' "ingicigarettes incessantly. It has noth word to say against smoking at suit able timesoand iii moderation, nor do theio emarks apply 'to the use of cigars or pipes. .It'is against the habit of samokingubigarettes in, large quantities, with the belief that these miniature doses of nicotine are innocunous... The truth il ,that,, perhaps owing ,.to the way; the tobacco - leaf is : shredded, coupled withthe fact thatit is brought =into .more' direct, relatioi 'with the month iandair-passages than when it is samoked in a pipe or cigar, the effects prodeced oionthe nervous system by a free onsaimption of cigarettes are more mairked anid characteristic..than those recognienble .after recourseo to other modes of ,Smoking. A pulse-traci...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (AGE.) LONDON, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS." LONDON, April8. Sir Garnet Wolseley has aninounced his intention of attending the corona tion'of the Czar,=which is to cake plice in Moscow next month. Herr Most, the late editor of the "Freiheit,'!.who was imprisoned for the publication of inflammatory articles recommending - regicide, lhasa issued another manifesto, in whichl he con tinues to urge aind' justify the murder of monarchs. The Right Hon. Lyou Playfair, who recently retired from the position of Chairman of Committeesc andDeputy' Speaker in the House of Commons, has received the Order of Knight Com mander of the Bath. SLoNnoo, April 9. The dynamite and other explosives which, were found in thie factory at Birmingham were destroyed last night. The excitoment in the town was in tense. The panio which has arison in Eng land consequent upos the 'reient action of the dynamite party has extended to the Continent.' 6It is feared: that the example set by thie Irish: agitators will be followed by similar drga...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Mossrs, Greig ,nd Murray held their usual weekly grain salo on Tuesday lanst and sold as followrs :-Oats, good food, 2s 11id to 3s lijd. Pas, 3s' 3d to; s .4d., From 10,000 to 12,000 tons of salt havo been gathered along the shores of Great .Salt, Lake this season. The lake furnishes salt for use in ail the silver mills of Idaho, Montana and Utah, and largeo qualities are shipped to Colorado. and Nevada for the same purpose. Holloway's Pills are securities of health to alinations, of wlhatover clime,. They have given hope, relief, and com fort to millions: In constitutions de bilitated by excesses of any kind,; or geonoeral'prostrationof the system, their effect is tonie aid restorative. Thvey oradicate ,from tlhe system the mortal caIsuse. of ailment, and renew to the frame its pristino animation, Ihealtlh and 'vigour. They greatly increase the appotits, give tone to tlostommaoh, assist the digestion, and impart elasticity to.tlhe spirits; their essence ente...

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SINGULAR ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

SINGULAR: ROBBERY. "fntelligence of a singular case of robbery ueder arams with intimidation, 'i:reportedfrom Talbot i i ncondection with. which a man named Robert CUatherwood, son of an: old resident of that town, hias been arrested: On the evening of 20tli October last'the1 huse 'ofMr Thirophilus RBrtlemor; JIP., a reputed wealthy quart-zreefoer, hio lives alone in an isolated.part of ,tai town, was entered by a man wearing a crape mask,. who presented .a revolver at Biertlemore's head'aid' diiidnidid' his moasy. Bartlemore had.a considerable sumin the house at tlihe time, ,andseeing thiatresistance was useless, hetook £18= froim a safe and gave it to the intruder, who then left, after threatening Ihe would! shoot him if over he miade the robbery public. Standing'i'nfear of this thront, Bartlemore did notlreport the affair till the 3rd instant,ilhen he found'a letter under his(dbor, iewljich the writer stated he owed' hinm £18, lbut required £50 moroe aid"direcaing Mr.:Bartlemore,...

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THE ALLEGED THEFTS OF GOLD AT SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

THE~ ALLEGED: THEFTS OF GOLD AT SANDHURST." * Onoof the most etartling disclosures,. roports tlhe."BindigoAdvertiser," was niade at the Eng!ohawk' Police-court on Saturday, in the presence of a large number of spoctators.. It occurred in a caso Jani Smith. againt Crispin Smith, :for'leaving hlis wife without means of. support. The complainant;, who. was deaf, got into.tho.witness box, and to all 'outward,. appearances was w. very. re spectable ..woman, about, 70. years of age. HerI husband. was.also.respectalily dressed i--Then.wtnem addreooed: the magistrates as follows :-Tho 'reason' I: left my husband was, because lie used to rob the companyhe 'was working it. HIe used to bring home mamIl cakeniof gold, turkeys and other tlhings which I' knewir he did not, become posscssed of honestly. I have found gold huried: in the fowlhouse, and one time Itook it' out of the fowlhouse. There' were al. waye smiall cakes of gold .there, and he used to plant' some in the' liens' nests and undern...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

SECOND DAY. Thi followingi are the acceptances and final entries for to-day's racing : BSELLING HUDLE RACE. J. 0. Inglis' Buzza, 6 yrs (£30) 'L.'Haletead's br o:Dougloas; aged (£40) W. E. Power's bik gBlaok':Princs, aged, (£20) W. Poarson's.brg.Speculator, Gyro (£40) MAIDEN PLATE. S. Gardner's br f, Omeletta, 3 yrs.., H:Haines' bri Doncaster. 4 yrs G.KEllis" b II Norfolk; 4yrs . J. M'Graele' br h Tantaliser, 4'irs WV. Pearson's b f Gasalier, 3 yrs W. Pearson's bn mTaper, 4 yrs PROVINCE PLATE G. Riust's ag Brinistorie 3 -yrs - G. Rust's br m Rosetto, 5 yrs J. Morrison's allc a Allander, 3 yrs J. and L James' Devilahoof, 4 yrs Goo. Davia' bemi COa ierineo; yrs J. Calvert', oh hliBaba,. 0 yrs A. Smith's br m Minnow, 0 yrs A. Smith's br f Wavelet,3 yrs A. Smith's b g The Spaniard, 3yrs A. Smith's br eanderbilt. 3 yrs J. M'Grado's b c Ard Righ, 3 yrs Hon. W. Roearson's blk f Contessnma, 3 yrs Hon.' W. Ponason's bo Magnet;. 3 yrs W. Kis' bg Toff, S yrs .' STE5'LEO5CIAE. W. Pearson's Trump...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

RALwAY . NOTICE. Trains now lonav SALM at 7.55 a m. and 4.47 p.m. Thoy are duo at SALa at 1.4a pm, and 10.32,p.m.'I ., ..,' Trains leave Melbourna at 7.40 n.nu and 4.27 p.t., and are due ii, Melbourno at 2.0 p.m. ond 10.50 p.m oISOUCH NOTICES. Caoencor OENGLAD.--Parochial Dies trit of MaffIra-Divino Servico at St. John's OChurch. Maffra .next; Sunday et,1 1em. nud 7 p.m ; Nowry 3p.m. Tho '' Url!a Tinea" reports that a flock of shuOp took up their quarters on thou lailwvay inc. l h111 trail pronesntly camio along and plouglhed through the hlass, converting about' I ninety imto miltton,

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maffra Spectator — 12 April 1883

OOLdME OIAL, INI'ELLIOBNEE S I'raLMAnD. aBrOK anroar. 3Mfessr A.-- 31Ironr and Co, of tLam, report:-A good supply of fat and store cattle forward; prices, especially for fat stock, wero better than last week. We sold everything with the exception of one lot.. We sold fat cows at IA 10s, L5, Li bes, to L .10; bullocks, none forward; venalors, Ils to LI 12o. Store Cattle. IBullocks, 4IA, L4 Gi, LS 2s and L.,i; cons, L2 2s Old, L2 10s, Lf11s, LI17pC. to L318s d, tho latter good ; steers, Li, L2 Is, L2 2 1 L213, L2 l17, L3, and LI Is. We also sold privately, on account of 0. Woodhouseo, 300 bulloclas and 110 cows at a satisfactory figure. We also sold a lot of sheoop privately at Gs. Menssrs. English, Pock, and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-Prices firm; very few for. ward, and mostly inferior. We quotebul. locks L5 10s to L8, cowse 4l0u to L511,, vealors 17s to 35s. Store Cattle.-Prie, rather easier in this class of stock, in con. sequenco of the continued dry weather. At.fialfra on. Friday,...

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