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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

WAST2EB. VTTANTED, to 'Purcli'aso a BULLOCK YV DRAY. Apply A. G. JON US. • ntb.c WANTED, TWO BULLOCK DllIVERS, steady arid'oxpericiiced men.' Apply A. G. JONES. . nto.o WA NTE D„ , TnitEB DubyifNG- SHEPHERDS, WITH HORSES. Apply immediately, ^.C.Ai G.TJONES; .! nno.c " 1 ' * VTTANTED,' TENDERS for building a YV WOOLSIIED atSandy Creole station. Full particulars and specifications can be seen at WILKINSON, IIANN, MINCHIN & CO.'S, Exchange Buildings. ' 1 ' 1 • : TENDERS WANTED for the erection of a WOOLSHED, at Browley.,; For plans and specilications apply to GEO. MAIR, "Wagga Wagga, or MRj5. LPPTON, Browley, Cuddel; Open till 20tli October, ribc.u SPECIAL NOTICES. SHEARING will commonco at EUNON YHAREENYHA on SATURDAY, the 18th SEPTEMBER. JOHN AFFLIOK, , r v ' Manager. ' tuu.c SHEARING- will commence nt BARMED " MAiN on tlic 25tli SEPTEMBER, inst. SHEARERS "WANTED. L. ROBERTSON. i- it j 11i 1 » >> "-1 '.atr.c.^ . I V » w •« iXX Shearing will commenoo at MARRAR 011 the 27...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

STOCK AND STATION KWI'ORTS SYDNEY. Messts. Harrison, .Tones, . ami Devlin (September II) report:—Wool.—218 bales offered, 97 salt!. As all the wools bought now must rencb London for the February sales, when u fair proportion of the new clip will be in computation with tbein, pur- j chasers operate with much caution, as the wools now forming the catalogues hero are necessarily of low qualities, being end of last "•year's clips, and folliuongcred lots. The sales ranged—For ilcecc, 17d to lS.Jd ; greasy, 7$d to 11 ,{,<1; scoured, 13.$d to 13.U1. •Sheepskins.—There was a good number for ward and competition for all offered was good, although priccs cannot be quoted quite so high as before the late telegrams from , England. The sales ranged—For best, 7.Jd 1 to O^d ; medium, (id to 7d ; short wool, 2d I to 5.}d i scoured, 9]d to J0£d. Tallow.—181 | casks offered, IOG sold. The biddings for , shipping lots were hardly so good, ami prices obtained were a shade under Inst week's. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKS: Australian Joint Stock Bank, Fitzmaurico: stroct, Commcrciol Bank, Gnnvood-street PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS • Morgan O'Connor, near Hospital Erasmus Wren, Ticliborne Buildings ; FohBworth, Criterion Hotel, Fitzmaunce . street; . William Large, Gunvood'Street . • ' . SOLICITORS Fitzhardiogo and Sons, Exchange Bmkhuge, ■ Fitzmaurice-stroet „ " J.'R. Garland, Fitzmaurico-Btrcot •<....; : .ARCHITECTS: . V ; .. F. H. Nixon, TrailUstrcct t. v J. Gordon, Gunvood-strect G. Shejiperd, Criterion Hotel Buildings STOCK, STATION, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS :,: : Wilkinson, Hann,' Minchiu, mid .Cu., Fitz nirmrice-atrect , Oliver, Morley, and Tompson, Fitzmaurice street - G. A. Elliot (P., E-, and Co.), Fitzmaurice street. Geo. 1Mair,{E.,.E., and Co.,),-Fitzmaurice strcet ' ' A.' T. Bolton (Dal. Campbell, ffopbiirn, and Co.), Fitzmaurico-street. ■ ' » LAND AGENT: John Bciitloy,- Fitzinaurice-strcot • CHEMISTS : H. J..Williams, Fitzmaurico-street. E. Rand; nex...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

YASS. Messrs. Jones and Jlroughtou report "Fat Cattle,—Wo sold one pen of very in ferior cows at £5 5s. Any good coining forward - would realise top prices. Those sold nt our yards were 'selected by request from the store stock. Wo quote—bullocks, £(> IOs to £8 10s; cows, £G to £7. Stores.— Wc sold seventy bead on account of Mr. Myers and others—Springers, £5 7s, ;C5 13s ; steers, £3 5s to £3 IGs; G heifers to Mr. Ousack, at £3 9s ; and a choicc pen of year liugs to Mr. Walker, at £3 Gs. Wc quote— cows, £3.10s to £5; bullocks; £4 10s to £5. Fat Sheep.—We cannot get this class ofstoalc to hand, and the butchers aro giving up killing sheep, owing to the difficulty in getting them. It is hard to tell what they would realise, but say from 15s to 18s for good weights. Store Sheep.—AVc sold at our yards on Saturday, the 4th September, for the cxccutors of tile late Thomas Wcller : Ewes, 518 at 10s, to Air. Hines; wedder?, 290 at 8s, to Mr. 13. Hines, sen. ; hoggets, 400, at 78, to Mr. ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

GOULBUItN. Messrs. F. S. Cohen and Co, report;—Fat Cattle.—Market continues firm at 2.'s to pop 10011)8 for prime finality beef. Store Cattle.—We held the second of our regular monthly sales at Tara^o this week, and nave to report that it was equally as successful :as the opening salo held at the same place last montli. Quotations—All bullocks 100s to 110s; erjual sexes, 80s to 9as. Fat Sheep.— Market very hare of prime mutton, and very few sales being effected in this district at present. Quotations—Boat 5011) wethers 13s to 1.3 Gd ; lighter weights in proportion. Store'Sheep.—Business under this head is very slack, nor do we anticipate any move ment in this class of stock until shearing is over;

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

; - ALBDItY. : , . [FROM OUR-OWN CORRESPONDENT].' !;■ ' Tub gentlemen connected with the 3Tire Brigade—the youngest nnd latest of.bur local institutions—have shown they nrc eapnblc of copingwith tho difficulties which beset nn en terprise of considerable importance, and yet, Btrangc to say, it has not been so popularly appreciated nnd co-operated with ns its merits nnu utility dcniaud. Two efforts have been made by the members of tho Brigade lo'raisq funds for providing tho necessary equipments requisite to render efficient services in those emergencies which sometimes prove so calumi tous .in-the deslruction of life and-property; The lion, secretary hns published n statement of the income nnd outlay up to tho present time, and an appeal hns been made to the citizens of Albury to contribute a further sum 1 of £100. There arc upwards of 000 adults in Albury. A levy of fivo shillings.-would raise £150, and it should be done -in a few hours. It'is really unworthy of the people to bb pr...

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MURRUMBIDGEE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

i :; murhumbid'gee .pastoral .- ! association. - " ' YTo the Editor of the Advertiser. J ... ' Dbar Sik,—I think I am-justified'in ^my augury of a bright future for our Pastoral Association. The cloud which has for tho past two years nearly shrouded its advance* inent,.has shown its silver lining, and good internal management henceforth is all that is necessary to render the Murruinbidgee 'Pastoral Association the premier Association of New South Wales. The traitorous efforts to damage its interests, so persistently in dulged in by those whoso duty it was to con tend for and maintain them, have recoiled on themselves. The crisis is past, and a re newed and more vigorous conditiou is the re sult of that temporary prostration which happily has run its course. With feelings of deep and earnest satisfaction, I point to the letter of Messrs. Wilkinson, Ilaun, Minchin and Co., which appears in your columns of to-day,, arid which evidence in the most practical manner shows alike their libe...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. Our London telegram Btates under date 3rd September, that there is a further do oline iti wool.—Oh medium' and'inferior Worts 2<1. uiuler June rates'; on batter classes Id. ; on greasy, ljd. , Woll bred.sorts > arc sliifty in price, Vint combing wools tiro eagerly sought for- „ .. , ■ " Tlio animaV sale at Opine of tlio'1 Messrs. Robertson Brothers' 'celebrated' Shorthorn and Horcford cattle is announced iu our advertising columns by Messrs. It. Gibson nnd Co. : ' f v'[ /■. i . .(; W ' Mr. A. G. Jones,, through .his agent Mr. \V. G. Khvin, has taken, delivery; of , the 15,000 sheep (12,000 two-t'ootU wethers and 3000 two-tooth owes) .which hoi purchased from Mr. S. MeCiiughoy, of Coohong. We understand that they are now ou the road, "and will travel to Glenariff Blooks, on tlio Bogan. Mr. G. A. lilliot (J?., H., and Co.) agent. The inquiries for stations are still nume rous. Several stations aro now being in spected, and buyers arc iu town seeking suitab...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

JTEMS OF NEWS. A meeting of the Postal Reform Committee vraa'held on, Monday night in the Pastoral Hotel. Present—Messrs. Copland (in tlio chair) Raphael, Maekinnon, and SlmYr. Mr. Shaw explained to the meeting that the lion, secretary, being indisposed, had asked him to net for him. After the minutes of the former meeting were read and confirmed, the follow ing correspondence was read :—From the hon. secretary to Postmaster-General (per Mr. Forster), embodying the resolutions passed at. last meeting; from Mr. Foster, in answer, two letter*, promising to attend to the request of tho communication; and from the Postal Department to Mr. Fovster, as follows Sth September.— Sir,—With reference to tho further communication rcccntly received through you from tho hon. secretary to the "Wagga WaggaPostal Iteform Committee on the subject o( tho timo tablo between that placo and Albury, lam directed to inform you thai a report has been obtained on .the subject from tiie Inspector, who has lat...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. UNGRACIOUS CRITICISM. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

OR WIN A L CORRESPONDENCE. UNGRACIOUS CRITICISM, ( To the Editor of the Advertiser.) : Sill,—Without at nil insisting tlmfc aniii-' tcura who appear boforo tliu public tdiouUl bo oxoinpt fr~ r Phi, I must protest aa a inomueis ; . I do Inatituto, anil 0110 who wiisjf Akvjfemimngton's ronil-' luga, Iigauii. K^^.^/eritiuiam.of tho lixprcss upon , -icmati's performances. Mr.- Kcminingtou was naked by tlio Commit too of the Institute to conic lip from Ynss, imil to give ono ontortniiiinont for tho benclit' of tho Library fiiml, J-|o at oncc consented, offering two performances instead of tliu ono solicited. Uy liia cllot'tfi tho Library fund lias been beiiclittcd, wliilat ho 'must' himself bo considerably out of packet by liia laboura for tho good of a Wnjjga Institution. Surely hero was good and sullicicnt rcauou for aoiuu' thing like a graceful recognition of the com Elimenb *Mr. Uemmington paid u's by is ready compliitnco with fcho request of tho Committee. Instead of this, 1 seo wo ...

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LAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

'v ''hAXD MOTHS. Inquiries having been rondo as to tlio method of paying off interest and balance of conditional purchases under tlio recently passed Land Act, it Is as >vcll to mention tliat after paying tlio deposit of five shillings per acre jiio further pnyraont ;is required for: three years, in' which respect there is no . change from tho previous practice. At the commonccment of the fourth year and evory ,» year thorenftcr between 1st January and'. 31st March one shilling per aero must ho paid, which goes to clear off both balance and interest. This payment of a shilling ; per acre is to continue yearly for twenty'fivo:: years, at tho end of which all payments. 3 cease and tho land becomes tho .absdute freehold property of the purchaser. Tlio purchaser may olcct to pay ofF more rapidly should he choose ; but tho payments must be by an equal number of shillings—not odd pence. ' The following ^elections were taken ,up at' • i tho undermentioned places,hist Thursday :— Yomiij....

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THE Wagga Wagga Advertiser "This is true liberty, when freebo[?] men, Having to advise the public, may speak free." MILTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1875. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

;i;- ': the': M, ; i & fir lis n i ' " Thin is true tUicrtv, tvliou freobom i«ei>, , ■ Having to ndviao tho public, ran? npcnk free." Ml f»TON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER' 15, 1875. j^LTnotJon' it' has been officially an. uouuced that the member for this dis trict— the ' Hon.' Wilmam Forster, Colonial Treasurer—will, Jeave , the • ^{pnyI'iTpjr England by the uoxfc out going Suez mail, in October,' in order to make enquiries about the bad rails recently ' brought to Sydney from Iio'ndon, and. although it has been rumoured in official circles that there is ft strong probability that Mr. Forster will' iupplant Sir ClLUirjiS CoWPER as our Agent-Goneral in London (and this report has had a colour given to it by the''fact that he has sold, or is about ,to sell, his furnituro, &c.), we, bis constituents,' have not had the slightest intimation from our repre sentative as to what his intentions are towards1 this electorate. Apart from the ingrafitudo shown by Mr. Forster in'1 It...

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A.J.C. SPRING MEETING. FOURTH DAY—SATURDAY 11th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

A.J.O. SPRING MEETING. Fourth Day~Satuhda% 11th Ski'tkmiier. The Members' Handicap—One milo. Mr. A. Bowman's b f Kismet, by Bar barian, 3 yrs, 7st 51b ... ... 1 E. DeMestro's b c, by Fireworks— Sylvia, 3 yrs, 8st 41b 2 T. Ivory's b f Alias Kingston, by Kinston, 3 yrs, 7sfc 51b ... ... 3 Time—-lm. 45 2-lOs. Waverley Handicap—One mile and throo quarters. - Mr. J. D. Little's br h King of the West, by; Geraina <li Vergy, 5 yrs," 7st 121b ... ... 1 J. Tait's b in Evangelino, 4 yrs, 7st' ... ' ... ; '. 2 S. Gardiuer's, b ni Sunbeam,.0 yra, 7st4lb "" ... ... 3 Time—3m. 12s. Tlie Stcoplechaso—About tlireo miles. Mr. M. FenneUy's b g Cronstndt, aged... 1 Jcllott's'b g Hotspur, aged ... ■ ... 2 E. Terry's bg Fisherman,.p yra . .. 3 Randwick J?! ate—Tlireo miles; Mr. W. Branch's br c Richmond, by Maribyrnong, 3 yrs ... . ... 1 Sir H. Robiusoii's bh Kingsborougb,4 • yrs- ... ... ... .... . ... 2 Mr. S. Gardiuer's b m Lurline, 6 yrs 3 Tho sorateliings were—Mill bank, Sun beam, Calumn...

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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SEPT. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEORAMS.} LONDON, Sf.pt. 3. The ironclads iron .Duke, t>,U3A tons, Cnpt. Arthur, and tlio Vanguard, 0,031' tons, Cupt. Richard Dawkins, cnmo into collision off Wicklow in a denao fog-, and tlio latter sank in 19 fathoms. All lives wore saved. Tlio Tarks linvo violated Servian territory, burnod a village, killed some of the inhabitants, nnd seized a quan tity of cattle. Popular feoling in Servia is very excited against Turkey. The R.M.S.S. Pera nrrived at Galle from Australia on the 1st inst. Tlio wool sales aro languid, and there has been a furthor declino on medium and inferior sorts of 2d undor the Junoratos, and tho better classes of wool are n Id lower; greasy, lid lower. Well-bred sorts are shifty in price, but combing- wools nro eagerly bought. 125,000 bales were cata logued, and 9,090 withdrawn. The sales close on October 2. Foreign arrivals are so large as to depress the corn market. Adolaido wheat is quoted at 55s to 57s., and and No...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 15 September 1875

BIRTH.     McINTYRE. — On the 12th inst., at her residence, Eunonyhareenyha, Mrs. Robt. McIntyre of a son. MARRIAGE. HILZINGER — WILTON. — At St. Andrew's Church, Hill End, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. T. B. Tress, William J. Hilzinger, of Sydney, to Frances Mary Amelia, eldest daughter of Edward G. Wilton (late manager of this journal)    

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"AWFUL" TASTE IN 1875. (London Punch). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

" AWFUL " TASTE IN 1875. ' (London Punch). ■Scene—A ball room. Edwin leadsout Angelina, as ; arranged earlior in tbo ovening, to dance a promised ' Square.' Thoy walk through tho first figure. A pause. Edwin-—Been to the academy, of course ( . Angelina—0 yes. Been several times. So fond of Miss Thompson's picture, you know. I like the group of the dying soldier I and the boy laughing at having killed ] a Frenchman, awfully. So awfully clever! you know. Edwin—O awfully ! The wounds aro bo awfully true to nature, you do. Do wo begin ? They walk through the secoud figure. A pause. Edwin—Been to see Salvini ? ; Angelina—Of course. Isn't he aw fully nico ? I think he is perfectly charming in Othello. His face quito reminds me, in the jealousy scene, of doar Mr. Irving in the last act of Tbo Bolls. His suicide at the end of tbo pieco, you know, is really quite too lawfully clever. Isn't it?, Edwin— You mean the thront-cuttiug affair, eb ?. When ho falls on bis back and dies quivering, eh ...

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COMMODORE GOODENOUGH'S DYING WORDS. (S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

-COMMODORE GOODENOUGH'S DYING WORDS. (S. M. lhrahl,) Oa tho 19th day-of August, 1875, ,aftor saying good-bye to nil his officers in the cabin of tho Pearl, the Commodore wished to be taken oti the quarter; deck to speak to the men. He was carried out and laid on a mattrass on the dock. He nskod tho mon to srnilo on him, and not look unhappy, and spoke to some by namo. Ho then said—"My men, my reason for wish ing to 'come on tho quarter-dock is to say good-byo to you, and to speak to you of the love of God. Dr. Messor, good, dear, kind Dr. Messor, ha* told mo that I must dio, and Dr. Oorrie thinks so too, so I oomo to say good byo to you. 'Let me see all your faccs. I wish to toll yon to love God ; God has boon so good to me, and I love Him ; he has been very good to me in giving me the blessing of a great love —you all know my sweot wife, at least most of you do ; and my sweet boys, they aro such dear follows. God has been good to mo in giving mo thq love of my sweot wife, and my he...

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AN ALOE BLOSSOM (Australian Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

/AN .-/A LiO.U: B L 0 S SO Mi {Awlraliak'Journal.) : It is orio of .th'o miserable thii'gs -l1' lifotlmfc tlibre are people,to, whom the gift of expression is, denied; i We pity thoscTwhoso bodily speech is:'wanting, but no one pities the spiritually dumb. Their,mlflibtion is iricomprbhonsiblo' to ns, nnd wo treat' its victims as though in soma way thoy suffered through their.ovyn fault. No ;pruelty is meaut by this. It'is 'next to impossible for frank.and loutspokon persons to coid. preheud that all can not speak, and that much suffering somotimos lies unlocked in this enforced, silence. Helen Miles .was ono..of these speech less souls. As n child she was palo and still. . Tho aunt who brought her up' did not love ber, suspected her of " slyness," arid openly quotod the proverb " still waters." : At, sixteen she wjis called ''ahy," at tweoty.fivo stigmatised as cold. Shyness is not an admissible excuse after twenty. Tall, with a good figure and features, thick: light brown hair wit...

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LEARN TO KEEP HOUSE, YE LADIES! [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

LEAEX TO KEEP HOUSE, YE LADIES ! Beautiful maidens—aye, Nature's fair queens! Lome in your twentieB, some in your teens, Seeking accomplishments worthy your aim, .Striving for learning, thirsting for fame ; Taking such pains with the style o£ your haiiy • ' Keeping yomj lilly complexion so fair; Miss not. this in all your gay lives : - Learn to keep. house—you may one clay be wives.' jVottf'- ynuf Adonis loves sweet moonlight walks, Hand-clasps and kisses,taudvnice little talks^ Thai as plain John, with bis burden of care, He must subsist on more'nourishing fare ; :; He wiU-come hoinc at the set of tbe sun ' HourtrSick-;and1 > weary, his working day ... done; : . !■ 1 Thence |ct. his, slippered feet ne'er wish'to • ^roam •„-,r. ' Learn to keep house, that . you , tlius may keep home. Firab'in liis eyes will bp children and wife,; < 'Joy of "Jits joy, anil the life of his life! Next, his. bright dwolling,, his tablo, his ■'"•meals;"5 ';V' Shrink not at what niy pen trem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 18 September 1875

IMrOUNDlNGS. Adej.ono.—On the 30th August, 1875, from Oberon, by Chas. 1). lJardwoll, Esq. ; sum due at date of uoticc, 14s eachGray horse, JC or JO off shoulder, near (ore nml hind (cet white, blaze, pulled tail: buy draught horse, .TG' near shoulder, blaze, hind feet white, pulled tail; bay hor«e, ^ over W over "WO near shoulder, small siar, pulled tail, near hip down. To be sold 23rd Scptembor. Nakanubha.—On the itlst day of August, 187;*), from Uetembcd, by Mr. Jas. J. .Flood: driving, Us. Gd. each : fees, 4s (id each :—horse, saddle and collar marked, 2 near shoulder, aged, 15} hands: brown or mouse coloured horse, fT blotched, with Hko number or p blotehcd, also A F near shoulder, liko T blotched ofT shoulder, star, and snip, mealy muzzle,-pulled tail, brokon-in, 0 years, 15} hands; bay marc, star, white hairs on back under saddle, •S + A off shoulder, broken, aged, 15 hands : chestnut Ally foal at foot, unbrandtd. To be sold September 1y. , MiiiinuMituniiAH. — On 10th Septemb...

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