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THE LAND SALE DISPUTE. MASON V. O'FLAHERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

THIE LAN'D U ALE DISPLTF n 31A.SON OFLAHERTY. n iour ?piald Correspondent) w? iwich wli t r. Francis Con The ed . Ro.er Or Flalerty <of certain allotients which in l le'e ilto have purchssed at a 1 Sjl at Tranl?on, came on for an. eThursal; blefore Mr. Justice • l '=:in tie First Nisi Prius Court, r,'n MIr. IsaLas was for the 1e;u-nnted 'Dr. Madden and Mr. iinta f the defendant I1l or - p iro the opening state It Plr- Isa that on November I et i the plaintiff, by his agents, 1 to the defendimt a number of al imet of land in various sections, in Srish of Traralgon. The defen t hrd refused t,, complete his pur SHe had not paid, and he re rrioner, or jt yt ar the purchase money, or oC - -t -r any part thereof. Mr iac.s then called r,?ol.rt ow[ . L-wrenson, a mes sr ci the firn of Marriaige, Orr and k tk andtl station agents at Tra l r.stated he was at the sale ll - "' acting :as clerk. ~af the e<tate were distributed erelV on the ground, but he could 'oev wahether...

Publication Title: Traralgon Record
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THE CHURCHES. WESLEAYN CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

THE CHURCHES. WnEILEAYN CHURCH. On Sunday morning the Rev. T. A. Alday took his text from Matthew xii-xxx, " He that is not with me is against me, etc." Christ here show, plainly that there is no pos:ibilitv of occupying neutral ground. There are some very fine characters--unfortmu. ately-such as the young oman who " lacked one thing," who are yet not christians. We may delude ourselvet by believing that if we are pretty goo°d and honest it will be all right. We know ourselves whether we are chris tians or not-we cannot he both things at once. If we are not professing christians we are against Christ. A christian is in sympathy with all move. ments that tend to the uplifting of mankind and bringing sinners back to God -, thema .ll Lo. a combination of effort, and a desire to grow more like Christ, which will be the outcome of close communion with Hint. The nleu tral man issatisfied with himsel If lhe be not in hannrmony with Christ, he is hindering His work by standing still. A chri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

"R .rilGcy- lin, t--. .sn n-ic-i 'rnom .) ,'rh- unne. " nth - main Gipr..Ian d li. e, :.t Sh.re C.,uoncil. - ,. ii I,. J. I'etrk: i Fissth,.Mli, :anid V'.rn.y: St.ire ?rtr ia y s, d Frin3eer, Mr. Jnle, Cuna hell I:.ht, Colle:tor. Wnro s lno c' r, ?ý. 'F. 3rrt.in nill: Treeure.J.11. eII tce. i, ..uecr fl! nk of Asu.rahlin: Hleanlth o.li 1cor.Drt?,Dilotrn Jlus;r c!t r Y. u.?u. e. Constll! -O' it.nol ": the C.uan i nl.. st sa local lhard of Ihalth. anm rTeem for hu-is.e-s on,jiohoet on t. Weh ei' da in thi"inom th at la I ithn .i at Foq. ,to-b1.dr cnirihc 1 nh.lWcdle d?v in veiy month. the Ju t ie.s It tt ]'ere p·.-iting nn hbe )noonad Wit ty;siayst 10ao.m.; . lirk I t Cinrt:o?ail al-i," 'I ceoaol l~eistrnr. Mr I har:e- Du l : J.,-tiie,. t. the P. ae. 3Ie-s:s J. IPe:erlin. Dr lirl.ishi 7l. Yrung, W. Whit ake s, Ii. .li.ckay, and J. Svk--. . icitors.=IH. S.rj?ennt, Neville'l hotel W. S. Ferde. Seymour--trc?t, Taralgon. I.l-ce ?ati,. Cu..-.OU. L.aDou-.hue in ela:g', i)alit:n o" A VICE-\I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

For Salo or To Let. FOR SALE-POSTS and RAILS, Oar1 den Palines and broad Palings in any' quantity. SEEDS of :ever description, from Thomr, Lan. and Co., Little Collins street, at Melbourne prices Apply to C. STEA DOMAN. Traralgon FOR SALE.-Tn t-'nH horse, YOUNG IRAPPAREE. Pedigree apply to JOSEPH DRAFFIN, ' i' 'Pst-oflice, Callignee. T O LET, 318 acres, Volfenden's Pad dock.. Rent £25. Apply - ALEX. WADE, Trmlgon. TO LET-Four roomed Cottage. Ap;ply C . . WILKES & CO. TO IBE LET-The Grazinag of 40 acre of L land, within one mile of the township of Traralgon. Apply to THOMAS J. 1 TANNER. TO ILET.-Traralgon LIVERY STABLES T with 4-roomed Dwelling adjoining. Apply 3fnlaonto, ORtn & Co., Traralgon. TO LET.. RICK IIOUSE (new) 5 roms and pas. sage, undergr.,und tank, five minutes' walk from station. Apply E. A. COATES. Commission Agent, Franklin-street PRELIMINARY NOTICE. FARM TO LET. TO LET.-One of the bet grazing farm; . in Calliunee, 1I miles from Traralgon on the main Y...

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GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Sept. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Sale, Saturday, Sept. 25. Messrs Little and Borthwick report:-Fat Cattle.-Late high prices still continue. At Maffm we yarded a very large number, and all sold; cows, inferior to good, £512s Id to £6 17s id ; heifers £5 5s to £6 s ; bullocks light weigts, £7 5s to£l8 17s 6d ; vealers £1 15s to £l 8s. At Sale-cows, £5 5s to £6 153; bullocks, to £8 los. Store Cattle About same as last week. We have sold privately during the week 200 Maneroo bullocks, I B's at satisfiactory price; 100 heifers, £4 ; 50 cows£4. At Maffra our yards well supplied, and all cleared; bullocks, £5 Gis to £5 19s ;3 yrs steers, £4 to £4 13s; 2 to 3yr heifers, £2 lts to£3 8s cows, £3 5s to £4. At Sale, prices about same as Maffra. Sheep-Good demand. We sold fat weathers Iso d. Pigs-Our market well supplied. Sows, £1 lOs to £2 17s 6d; stores 16s to ITs Gd; slips, Os to 10s b c ns to £2 2s. Horses-No alteratiou on last week a report. Messrs lt.utridge and Co.report:-Fat cat:-l.-Moderate sup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND. ESTATE AGENTS, GIVE careful attention to all BRsinesc entrusted to them. Periodical Markets as below. Land and C,,aringS'alesprn'perly conducted. VAT.UATIONSmarte. LOANS negotiated, and Life and Finre INSURANCE effected. ACcrTxo. : Ms. JACKSON ORR. HEAD OFFICE-TRARALCON. We have erected n wand extensive Yankl at TaraIgcon, ? ourwell..Toongabbie. Narrn can, Mlrboo, with good accumodation for Drafting. AOK1S FOR Nationalof NewZealand,Fire lsurance Co Colonial IMutual Fircand Life Insurance Co. New York Life insurance. Co. New Zealand Mercantile Agency Co. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ' 28Tltr .L-AND. LAND. -LAND. 3IORWELL TOWNSHIP..:.. M ARRIAGE, ORR .- CO. (in conjunction with A. M'L?-an & .o.) are favored with instructions from E. Fleming, Esq., to sell by publie auctionast alboe, 37 choice Building Allotments, in good positions. Particu'oar in future advertisement. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CLEARING SALE. 3IRBOO, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29. M ARRIAGE. ORl &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

Neville's Granid~ U tnction" Uoer l Lcknowledcged to be the L.eading Hote',ii tho',ledistrict,'. , I'\1 1111 ((11·1l~wln( ~1 1 I" )IIIIUI( J l( JLII II11II 1'1I . I 1I hut of 1\ ~~Ii ..ll t ( 11.III y l1Lt. kd; I rA - %Voddiignnil- JxeuItsnio I'ni' tlLEJpro h'doi for IlJt'flhid Coltd BtlutL.v `.~ IJr.IAljie UJ(n, c of Alelck'.r 1 st.) : .,plc r"..1m fur Ct,,r."rac Trnv?ll r -. li"?or· anll Bi ies always at haind. T " Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Zoderat . COQRNELIUS, NEVILI[,: .PropriFrtr THE COMM3ERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON; .-::: jt DANI EL RYA% , =Proprietorc.:,i . First class nccommniodation for- V?Tsltor., who wilL find, the. ComnCnmrcial IHotrl ieplete wit, h cryj conveinc ... ,,iic uo Wines and Spirins of the Brit. Qualiy& : .:, Billi.ird Table.,i Good Stablinre, I.oose Boies, and Pl'idd ck. AconiuJation. o.. ye and Bn: gies f. r: IIi- i o;.n most rsonable? terms. THE CLUB HO1TEEL, TRARAIWGOT Ha- now e-tablihed to rniptation as the fLADI\O !9OL...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1886.) NEW LAND ACT AND SURVEY FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

" IODERAITE. BUr PROGRESSIVE." (Published erery Tuesday &Friday morning.) TUESD.AY, SEPTEMI.BHR 28, 1886. NEW .LAND ACT AND. SURVEY -FEES. ON several occasions we hiave drawn attention to the excessive charges made for surveying.land under the new Act, in conmparison'witli those clarged uui der the old Act. Selectors have co.n plained pretty considerably about the matter, and with just cause,.. since tihe survey of a block of about 200 acres costs them nearly £20,..while under the old Act the cost would only have.teen. £7 or £8. Another griev ance is that selectors, supposing they might.pay half the amount of the sur vey fees down, and the balance in yearly instalnentS, had to make cash payments. Before the late general election, Mr F. C. MBsoN in his address to the electors at Traralgon distinctly said that. when the cost of survey exceeded £10, £5i might be paid, and the Minister would arrange for the balance to be paid during a stated number-of years as an addition to the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886

DEATHS. KEWISH.-On the 20th inst, at the Ballarat Hospital. Thomas Kewish, native of the Isle of Man, aged 51 years. PRATT On the 26th inst, at the residence of his brother, Scarne. Glengarry, after a long illness, Robert Pratt, late of Maryvale, aged 42 years. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE friends of the late Robert Pratt, are   respectfully invited to folllow his re mains to their last resting place, the Toou gabbie Cemetery. The funeral will leave his brother's residence on Wednesday, the 29th Sept. at 2 noosn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, September 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, Sertember 29th. Messrs A. -M'Lean and Co. report: FatCattle.-1100 yarded,and prices up £1. We sold 10 bullocks Crisp to £11 2S 6d, averaging £10 l2s Gd;' 1 bullocks J. Buckley, Greenmout, to £17 5s, averaging £12 123; 5 hullocks Gave to £11 17s Gd, averaging £11 7s, and 5 cowsat£8 17s Gd; 10 bullocks W. Moore at £9 10s, and cows to £9 10s; 9 bullocks for John Merry to £13 17s 6d, averaging £13 Is ;10 bullocks Williams to £11 12s Gd, averaging £1017s 6d;; 11 bullocks M'Cole to £14 2s 6d. averaging £10 9s 33, and 11 bullocks Pr.aden. Calves.-We sold 5 for Gore and Walker from £2 17s to £3 14s. Messrs King and Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-1117 yarded; shortest supply for years; prices up 23s. We sold 260 bullocks for Dancan,, M'Gregor and Co., Durham Downs, at by far the highest for Qure:sland this season, namely, £7 b1s to £15 1~5s,, averaging £10 Os Sd; Fat Sheep.-20,000 yarded; very fey g~ii6d and prime; these were firm, other...

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FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT ASCOT VALE. SHOCKING MUTILATION OF A BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

FAlTAl4 RAILWAY ACCIDENTr AT ASCOT VALE. SHOCKING IUTILATION OF A D.ODY. Between eleven and twelve o'clock on Monday evening, Driver Jones, il charge of a passenger train frrom Essendon, was approaching the Acot Vale railway station, when he noticed what appeared to him a body lving between the rails. Hle at once applied the brake and reserved the engines, which brought the train almost to a standstill. Closer inspectiot of the object proved that an accident oi a shocking character had occurred, as the body, that of a woman, had beern run over and cut to pieces, being mutilated and umsngled beyond inden tification. The head was missing. butwas found early onuTesday rmooming between Spencer-street and the M-el bourne terminus, or over two miles from where the accident occurred. Among those assembled who had be.n attracted by the stoppage of trains, was the husband of the unfortunate woman, a feeble old gentleman, who. was on his way to the station to accompany his wife home. Directly...

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AERIAL TRAMWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

AERIAL TRAJJWATFS. Various schemes for aerial or wire rope tramways have, from time to time, been submitted to the public, and as often rejected, either upon thegrounds of excessive ooSt of construction or defectiveness in working. Itisclaimed that these objections have _been oveir come by Mr. John Alves, of Dunedin, New Zealand, who has invented and patented an improved aerial tramway for use in country of every description, from level plain to themost inaccessible mountain regions. We have furnished with the following description of the invention :-The line consists of an endless wire rope supported on a series of pulleys carried by trestles, spaced from 100 to 200 feet apart, or where necessary spans of 1000 feet may be taker. The terminal or end pillies round which the rope passes are about 10 feet in diameter, and the trucks or buckets are hung every 50 or 100 feet from the wire rope. In grades ex ceeding one in seven with a descending load the ropeway will work by gravita tion...

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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

TRARALGON.Y SHIRE COUXCIL. A special meeting of the above body was held yesterday in the Shire-hall, when there were present the president (Cr. B3odycomnb), and Crs. Peterkin. Campbell, Firmin, English, Walker, Kelleher, Bourke and Varney. The object of the meeting was to carry out the work which was only half done at the last special meeting on the 6th ult., "viz.": transferrring of the council's account from the Bank of Australasia to the Colonial Bank. At the last special meeting, a resolution was passed that the account be trans ferred, but through an oversight a mo tion to deal further with the matter was omitted. The president explained the object of the meeting, and said that as no motion had been passed authorising the council to draw a cheque on the -Colo nial Bank to liquidate the debt at the Bank of Australasia, it would be nec essary to do that now. Cr. Kelleher said he was not present at the last meeting when the resolution was passed, and the rather hasty steps took hi...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

PASSING NOTES. BY SIMPLTroc. Dr. Quick makes but slow progress with his legislative education. Indeed it is very doubtful that he will ever reach the proper standard for a coalition lawmaker, The worthy doctor is iim bued with party notions, and he is hampered with so much honesty and high principle that he need never hope for much success in this colony. No body doubts the doctor's ability, nor his possession of what in other coun tries would constitute statesmanlike qualities of a very high order. His drawback is that he is always in earnest. That sort of thing doesn't do in Victoria. Earnestness may be a very estimable quality in its proper place-our rulers freely recommend its use to the unfortunate artisan who is striving to earn 3s or 4s a day at stonebreaking in order to keep hil family from starvation-but it is not the thing that's hankered after or ad mired in the legislative chamber. How to keep place .nid pay is the one ques tion to which members of the Assembly give real...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

TOWN DIRECTORY. l P. )LIT.rc;o-1ýinct\-"rrn 5 imIr frot It-Lbsnurne.4.f ih) "min Cipt-lud li,.e..at he jn.ini.'.,n ~.f the It.?fi.ld. line. Shre C.,nril.--Vreeid~rt. J. Petrrkin Esq.. ('..nueill ,F, M ,3ir sr G. F ,n. n i' c.ampbell. II. BrGn.. lt.xl?ctnbh. Kell her. Foirst!, 3Mll, ern.1 Vornyv; Shire `'err. tatr end -ngit?eer. Mr J..n4es Camubell . nRate Colle._or. Warks Inn.-eet.r. &r., F. 3I'Kin-: iellt 1 res-nre ,.J. H. heed. * -sn .ger of lIunk of Austral.sia: Health oili er.Dr3ionigomerv InspactOr No san?e(r,ConstalIe ()'tl; oghu the Cr. id a1-o0 set .. a I ocal Il.ard of Iallth, and re"t for bu ine.s on the second We!rresdan in ihe month at 11a m.n. Lw.-l-1olue. 31gist.ate, A. W. TIntritn . F-q, who hold- courto the f -nurlh WVedln .d-vin s-eie month. the- Jut-e?s of th(l P'eee piesicing on the second W11lne1l:ty.a' 10 a.m. .: lerk rt Court. and aolt.I li eIot , rteistrnr. Mr (:har:es Plo'e; .Justices . the P azc. MeBsrs .1. Peterkin. l)r Mor,.so It. Young, . W.hit:sk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

Wanted. WANTED, general servant. Apply ins. P.'A CROWE, Hothnm-street, Traralgon. WATTLE BARK. 50 to 60 TONS best WATTLE BARK wanted at Mellounus pr'c,. Silver ditto bought at its value. w. BALDFRSON, Traralgon Tannery. ror. Sale or To Let. lOR SALE-POSTS and RAILS, Gar. ' den Palings and broad Palings in any quantity. SEEDS of every descriptio, from Thoms, Lang and Co., Little .Collins. street, at Melbourne prices. Apjply to C. STEAMIAN. Traralgon FOR SALE.-Tn.t:in .hIorse, YOUNG S IRAP AREE. Pedigree apply to JOSEPH DRAFFIN, Post-office, Callignee. riTO LET, 318 aeres, Wolfenden's Pad . dock. Rent £25. Apply ALEX. WADE, Traralgon. TO LET-Four ramed Cottage., Apply C. R. WILKES & Co. TO lBE LET-The Grazing of 40 acres of land, within one mile of the township of Traralgon. Apply to TIHOMIAS J TANNER. TO LET.-Traralgon LIVERY STABLES with 4-roomed Dwelling adjoining. Apply MARRIAoE, Oalt, & Co., Traralgon. TO LET. DRICK HOUSs (new) 5 rooms and pas B sage, undergr.und ...

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SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, CHAPTER IX. ROSA MURDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

S.I SILCIIESTRR. ` 1CsT:I.ALIAN STORY,* BY -OI \AN WAKEFIELD. CII.~LTEI: 1t. goat s nODOCII. tn the tc-t cast of Tasmania there "a village called Rocheville. " ? ,t settlers in Rocheviille were te e.rhjl tilertnen. Near the vil :ser a, - , which at one time ito he swarmingt with fish of Sd ption, and the" trumpeter" t'hiv prized tish, was to be got with - Tlserefore, on aeCount of the '-ace of fish in the neighborhood, i.Peer? of the place were able to ti P d aeent living, notwithstanding =ijhipI they had to experience. o dill' e w:1 never a penal station, .che aLs situated pretty close to one _11 iland, and many of the con .-, who, through good conduct, oh a ticl dets of leave, settled down in e~ile, within sight of their old j i?md, and be ame good, hard Scitiens. Buit as changes - .0eveer place in the world, a tune over the tlshing industry heville. Year by year the fish Sto be getting 'scarcer and ter. and nany of the poor people lta had selected small blocks of land the neichbo...

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FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

FARM. PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Sept. 29. ,'Qmrath, Son and Co. report: CCheese :-Prime loaf, to 7jd per lb.; medium, to 7d per lb.; large size, to 74d per lb.; medium, to 6ld per lb. Fresh But ter.-Prime dairies, Is to Is 2d per lb; ordinary lots.9d th l10)d perlb; lamps, to 10d per lb; casks, fresh, to led per lb; potted, good ld,. to 9d per lb; melium, to Gd; inferino, 4d to 5ld per lb. Eggs, to 10d per doz. lfams.-Prime factory cured, to 8id per lb; f.rm, id to 7d per lb. Bacon.-Factory, to 8. per lb; farm, 5d to 6d per lb. Carcase pork, 4d to 5d per lb; lard, 4d to 5d per lb; honey, bush, to 31d per Ib; prime gar den, 31d to 4d per lb; bee,wax, to 9d p-r lb ; fowls, 4s to ts ?id per pa r; dlucks, 5s to 5s 6d per pair; geese, 6s to Ss per pair ; turkeys, to 19. per pair; guinea fowl, to 8s per pair; pea fowl, 12s to 22, per pr.; pigeons, to 2s 9d per pair; rabbits and bares, Cd to Is per pair. , heat.-Prime, to is 4d per bushel; medium, to 5s Id. Oats.-Seed Tartarian, to 3s 3d ...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 1 October 1886

DAIRY PRODUCE. M'Caw, M'llwrick and Co. report: We heldl our usual sale to-day and report as follows :-Cheese.-Prime lines were in good demandl and prices were rey steady at full late rates. Medium to good was also in fair nrquest and the market generally was firm. Prime ranged from 7}d to 9)d per lb.; med ium to good, 6d to7 dperlb; inferiorlower. Potted 1utter.-The supply was very small and quotations are only nominal, and iu clined to be I wver. Fresh Butter.-The supply continues to increase and, as may be expected. prices continue to decline. Prices ranged from 7Td to 101 per lb. for good to prime linn s; inferior lower. Eggs. 9j4l to lo0 per doz. Turkeys. 8s to 17s; ducks, 5s to Gs; fowls, 4s to sa. By wire last night we received the follow. ing:-t'igs.-Small number yarded, stores still in demand, bacon and pork pigs enquired for at advanced rates. A. Whitney, in conjunction with Old field and Moore, report having sold during the week 66 acres of land near Toongabbic, and Mr M'...

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