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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Stock Markets. ICO BO IT. O'Brien Bron. report. Thursday, January 28. Good yurdingu and a full clearance. Pigs,-20 ponmid. A fair aalo of all clARfloo, and wo clrared the penu for Measra JaniCB Mclnenney 24ti and 18V, Mrs J. Orecuo .'in, I'. Madden Gs, Thomas Kelly 12s 3d and Mra LurUin 20j, and t|tioto-Well grown aloroa 20a lo 24h, alips 12* 3d to J8o, email aorta .Sri lo (i.i. Bhcep.-f>74 penned, Tho domand wqh hardly iva brink ua last week, l>«^ wo dis poned of 581 for Meenn; W. Power fat oroas brcd owea Ma i)d, croaabrod wonncra 10j 3d, 10s lid, und lis Id, John Munguvin prime cwea I7« (i«l,Ocorgo Ounn ft rat oiohh owea in good order 13ti, Walter Kiddull firm ornaa owea 10a 7d and Kin 10*1, merino ewes 7a Gd, croaabrod wethers 10a (id, Jamoa Buchanan primo lambs, shorn, 12a Id, W, G. Baulch shorn lumba, email, Oh 10a, 8a 3d, and 8a lOd, woolly lambu 10a 4d, R, Richardson fat owes 15s !)d, oroosbrod wcthor woanera lie Gd, ewe wcauera 11a (id, Michaol Lqnohan woolly lambs 10...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Proposed Macarthur Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Proposed Macarthur Rail way. Tlio Koroit) Borough Guuuoil hao been conclouinod by ndrocatos of tlio Port) Fairy-Macarthur railway line, and torined "dog iu tho manger" bo causo of tho agitation for tlio uioro direct routo from Koroit, already out voyed. Wbilo tbo local liue bag boon a frequent topic at conversation it is truo that DO attempt) lino bcon ui;ido to bring tbo claim boforo Parliamonb recently, but) recurds show that oomo years ngo tlio liuo una aupportod and its advocacy was BO far successful that a coiuploto surrey was carrind out. Tim Villiora llailway League was responsible for Iho carrying out of this iuitial work, being composed of repre sentatives from tbo WarrDauibool Town and Shiro Councila, thn Belfast) Shire Council, tbo Minlmiuito Sbiro Council, and tbo Borough ot Koroib. Tiio records of tbo league go to show thai a poraistont agitation iu fAvor of this liuo was carried on, aud tbo pooplo of tlio districts iutorostod (with tbo excoptiou of Port Fairy, which ad...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Bowling. .l-ourUcn members of the Koroit bowling Club visited Port Fairy on Wednesday evening, when a four-rink match of 21 ends was played under tlic gaslight: In No. 1 rink ICoroit was represented by two locals and two Port Fairy players. The match was much enjoyed by the participant, Hie visitors being well treated in every respect. At the conclusion Mr. Hayines expressed the pleasure felt by I'orl Fairy in having the ICoroit team over that-evening, and Mr. Stevenson, 011 behalf of Koroit, said they hoped to return the compliment at Koroit as soon a3 the electric light is installed. The scores were as follows. POUT FAIRY, No. 1-Doni, M'Lellan, Tyler, Robert son (c.). ... ... 20 No. 2-Nash, Irvine, Norlhey,, Gor don (o.) ... ... ... 35 No. 3-Rohan, Crowe, Kemp, Keat ing (c.) ... ... ... 20 No. 4 - Wallaoc, Payne, Piokcrd, Haymesfc.) ,.. 23 KOROIT. No. 1-Gibson, Barnes, Jackson, L. Palon (e.) J ... 15 No. 2.-Nickoll, Geraty, Leddin, Pear son (c.) ... ... ... 12 No. 3-Matters, Crowe...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

General Summary. Tlio trawlor Endeavor has not yet beou found. The skylark has boon proclaimed a pest ia Victoria. Io Vorkshiro alone, 250 milos of khaki aro being turned oub every week. A shot from a Dreadnought gun travels at the rate of 2,500 feet a second. Bootmaker Goorge Mills was fined £5 at Kilmoro ioi failing to pay up a bet. Tho N.8.NV, railway sorvicos are to be curtailed by a million running miles* Tho club system at Wonthaggi Is at an end. Sovcn hotels are to bo licensod. There were 22 people killed io the metro* politan area last year through oollidiog with motor cars. Northcoto City Council is spending £22,000 on works to provido work for the unemployed. Tho receipts from a bazaar conducted at Port Fairy in aid of tho new^convent fund, totalled £-183. A orickot match will bo played on the Koroit ground this afternoon between Port Fairy and Koroit. Seuator Poarco says a process of .* weed* iog out" has boon commenced at tho Liver* pool military c&tnp. Four deat...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Herd Testing. COLAC DISTKICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Herd Testing. COLAC DISTKICT ASSOCIATION. At a meeting of the executive of (lie Colac district Herd Testing Association, held ill Norwich Chambers on Thursday, Mr. G. 1'". Sydenham (the president) occupied the chair. The financial statement of the sec retory) Mr. C. It. Johnstone) showed accounts paid since last meeting, £205 16s Id; less receipts for the month, £100 9s lid ; leaving a debit balance of £1(15 Ss 2d; accounts outstanding and awaiting payment to the association amount to j£12I 8s lOd. Accounts amounting to £32 lis Sd were presented and passed for payment. Kulcs were adopted providing for testing samples not exceeding ten cows, Id per test ; and exceeding ten, 3d per test. In regard to the alteration of the date of closing each test, it was agreed that tests should termi nate at the end of each calendar month in stead of the 15th of the month as at present, so that the test period terminating on 28lh February would cover a period of -18 days. Thereafter it would be thir...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. . ifUURSDAY, FEBRUARY .». | 0^ 13 RIEN BROS. wil Sell liy I'ubllo A3 Auction ou above dato, when Uioy will offer OATTLE. G Prime Cows from Killarney .> Floaby Cows 10 Oond Storo Cows 13 Young Cattlo SHEEP. ~5 Primo Crossbred Ewes !i0 do tlo Lambs ltll Comeback Wethers in good order 70 First Cross Ewes iu good conditiou 00 Crossbred Lambs PIGS. HORSES. SUNDRIES: Speoial Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES in attendance Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 01 LJRIKN BROS, will Sell by Public X) Auotiou, at the Corporation Yards, on the above dato the following CATTLE: 5 Prime Cows from Ynngery K Good Springing Cowa 10 Store Oowe SHEEP. Ml Prime CrBSBbruJ Kwhb 'JO do do Lutnbs HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. FAT & STORE PIGS. KOROIT. FRIDAY, 5th FEBRUARY. Clearing Sale of Furniture. ,i'V~DRIEN BROS, have beeD In \ ' i) atructed by the MISSES SCALES who aro leaving Koroit to Sell by Auction, ou the Promises, Commercial l'laco, on the...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion. -;@Bly-#Fst-clasS' #orkmen-';em-. ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. ' E. B. PHILLIPS, LI-EBIG STREET WASfiMMBOOL ROBERT PATOH, TIXWBEU HC3BCHANT, IUGH STBIilST, INVl'L'ICS lNSl'liOTION OF HIS b'i'OCK OK Hardwood, Hurdles, Cement, Droppers, Gates', Troughs, Pickets, Palings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc . Call and Inspect, Before Purchasing Elsewhere Sole Agent for Koroit and District for Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. The Best-The Cki isst SEWING MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES; £5 10s. TO £9 15s. L«b< Cnarnntee. EASY TF.RHS. Twted and Found THE BEST. In asi Ml over thi Commonwcnlth* WARD HR0S.,' 30-33 Errol St.,North Melbourne <Ni« i7 V'£ "^il Th« C>m(crt of Thousands of Itcuscwives. They snve mere money And do ruorc worh with lr*3 labor thnn any other m*chirte* on the market, and yd can't wear (hem ott...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Roroit Senti[?]el AND Tower Hill Advocate PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 30. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

fvovoit dentine! ANI> ®owcv £iiU SUvocatc. [-UI1L1BHBD 8VKRT SATDEDAT SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 30. Current Topics. Our lllowa correspondent writes:-Mr. John Gooden met with a rather serious accident whilst returning home from Koroit on Saturday night last. He was driving a young horse in a light vehicle. The animal had not previously been driven by night and was somewhat flight some. On turning the corner at the local post office the pony shied, and, swerving violently, partly capsized the buggy. Mr. Gooden was thrown heavily on his face on the rough metal. He was stunned by the fall and remained lying on the road for some time. He partly recovered and managed to walk home a distance of 20 chains. He was still in a semi-conscious state and bis brothers were alarmed to see him literally covered with blood. He was bleeding profusely from a serious wound in the forehead. Dr. Makin was sent for and was soon in attendance. The injuries comprised a severe wound on the forehead, which n...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

TBABrBS. 1W3SB to Sincerely Thank the Koroit Ifiro Brigade and others who assisted at niid prvvriitod the fire at my place on Sunday laibfrom upreudiug. 0. KELSON. THANKS. I WISH to Publicly Thank Lite Members of the Kuroit Fire Brigade for ttie services rcudorcd iu promptly fxtiuguiahing the tire which threatened my property iu High Street, on fcuuday last. T. C. RUNDELL.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Press Censorship. THE SYSTEM CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Press Censorship. THE SYSTEM CONDEMNED. Mr.'T. M. Hcalcy, member for North-cadi Cork, is reported by the " Daily Telegraph", to have asked in the House of Commons on 16ih November if the Government realised that the British were making them selves laughing-stock;; abroad over the cen sorship. (Hear, hear.) It seemed to him that the Government were over-eautious. Let them remember what thu wireless system had put Germany in possession of. During a short holiday lie had spent in America he found every morning a long wireless telegram from Berlin, stuffed with German lies, copied in the morning papers, whilst from our side there was an attenuated abortion (laughter) giving an account of the Allies and their proceedings. How could we imagine we were concealing from the Germans things they knew much belter than we did ourselves ? Apparently it was thought that, although the Germans had fought with us in a particular town they might find ont where we were fighting if wc stated the name of...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koirolt Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Koi'olt Telephone Exchange. As there have been several additions to the local telephone exchaiiKc recently, for the benefit of subscribers and the public we give the Hat herewith: 1. Co-Op. Society 16. Rundell & Son 2. O'Brien Bros. 17. Railway Station 3. Murch & Taylor 18. J. A. Nayler 4. Coughlan & Watt 19. N. Corson 5. Butter Factory & 20. J. J. Barnes Town Hall 21. M. J. Gleeson (j. Dr. Forsyth 22. Dr. Littlewood 7. Morse and Co. 23. W. H. Skilbeck 8. "Koroit Sentinel" 24. A. Skilbeck 9. W. T. Brennan 35. R. Skilbeck 10. Rev. J. Kcrin 26. D. Spring 11. Rev.C. J.Martin27. W. Leddln 12. Saltau and Son 28. J. F. Duffus 13. Geldhpff & Sons 29. B. A. Tucker 14. Dr. Coto - 30. Police Station 15. Thofc Baker

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Remarkable German Prophecy. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Remarkable German Prophecy. The following extract from a speech mado by Victor E. Kroonon, in Stutb Rordb, Germany, at the International Sooialist Congress iu August, 1907, is at least) interesting iu the light of recent ovents: The result of this war will bo that Europe will bo a droadful place to live in, and that as soon as the war is over, iinmigtation on an unprecedented scale will take place to Aworica and Aus tralia, mainly to Australia. After the war a deeper senso of brotherhood will pervade all uations, resulting in the realisation of many of the ideals for which reformers have been striving for centuries. "The outcomo of iho war will bo as follows, according to my reasoning front pasb causes to future efleots, combined with iutuitivo perception and a knowledge of the ocouli (hidden). " Aftor a tcrrilic struggle, Germany wili be defeated on all sidoB, and a succeeding revolution will establish a German-Austria republic. The Slav parb of Russia will go to Russia, and thero ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Racing Notes. By "Flemington." ' Exccptiug Mini providod on th» pony ' coupes, there has so Tar beet lio raciug within tho metropolitan area this woek, but .Saudown will stop itit< '1ho broach* to-day " Tho proprietary jcoursps must still ho Paying well, .though not perhaps showing such hand some profits as before tho groat l'o^crt ?"got into grips" with each other, Al fall ovents, tho suburban clubs have not yet mado any. move towards reducing slakes, aud you may. by sure that Urn question would quickly he considered onec tho shoo commenced to pinch. That tliero has been no talk of the kind is a certain indication that ends «r< meeting and perhaps a little over. # Kurthor evidence that there, is still a sound market for a good horse is pro vided in tho ease of tho jumper, Mogas. !Aftcr two victories in metropolitan company over hurdles, Megns found a now owner for, it is said £500. This is a big price for an exposed horse, which must now nccossnril.v go up in ...

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Firemen's Competitions. WESTERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION, [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Firemen's Competitions* WESTERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION, There was a large attendance at Melville Oval, Hamilton, on Saturday, day and night, when the first demonstration of the Western District Fire Brigade's Associa tion was held. Ararat won tho principal events, and in the fours made the same time, 19 4-5 sees., as they did at the last demonstration when they established a re cord.-Results .-Engine practice for three men-Terang, 18 2-5 sec., 1st ; Mortlakc and Warrnambool tied for second, 18 3-5 seo.: Warrnambool, 18 2 5 sec., won the run-off. Marshall event for two men-War mam bool, 131-5 sec., 1st; Hamilton, 14 3-5 sec. 2nd. Engine practice for five men-Hamilton, 18 3 5 sco., 1st; Warrnambool and Mort lake tied for second, 20 2-5 sco.; Warrnam bool, "9 2-5 sec, won the run off, Mortlakc miesing. Hoso practice for six men-Mortlakc and Tcraug both missed ; Ararat beat Warr nambool, 36 3-5 sec. ; Koroit beat Hamil ton, 36 sco. Final, Ararat, 33 1-0 sec., 1st; Koroit, 2nd. Hose praoti...

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Koroit Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Koroit Brass Band. A mooting of tlie joint) comtuittoog of tlio above was held ou Tuesday evening to reooivo the ruporb of tho pitying oommittoe as to tho selection of members of the ro-constrooted band. Tlio nnmos subuiittod wero as follow : -1{. J. O'Noill, A. Meo, G. Haiii, 0. Barr, 11. Nnyler, J. Mco, J, Garter, C. O'JNmll, I'\ Nayler, J. Dull'us, A. Ter rett, 0. Simmonds, AV. liortrand, L, Gapes, II. Kelly, J. Ilonnossy, W. Clanoy, H. Morrison, L. Kolly, P. Nayler, F. Williams.-Tlio report) was adopted on the motion of Messrs G. Mattors and J. O'Neill. APPOINTMENT OK I1A.VDMASTKK. Tim chairman said bofore appointing a bandmaster it would bo advisable to fix a salary, as it> is not a fair thing to exppcb a bandmaator to do tho work for nothing. After discussioD, Mr. Oonlan moved that tho salary bo fixed at £20 for tho Grab yoar. Seconded by Mr. Simmonds and corricd, Mr. Mattors movod that Mr. R. O'Noill be oppointed bandraaator, with n scab on the committeo, Ho eulogised tho ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Local Produce Market. I'oliitoea.-1Tlicrc have been good <lo liveries nil tlio week, and the price remains at £'2, A larger business than usual lias been done Willi South Australia this year, and a steady trade oontinucs. At present not much business is being done with New South Wales, which is now using its own supplies. Onions.-A (air business has been done in onions at £7, which continues the filling rale. Barley.-Most ol Iho barloy has been sold. The price for prime ijuality is Gs (It! per bushel. Oals.-Good samples arc worth 4s Od, but like barley most slocks have been cleaned up. Hay.-A rito of IDs per ton has taken place in hay during the week, and il is now worlh £li per ton. Straw.-A fair business has been done in picsecd straw. As much as £\ has been paid for onteri 3lraw, and barloy straw is worlh £'Z 7s Oil per ton. Dcvonport (Tas ), Wednesday. Quotations arc as follows Potatoes Uedskins and I'lunkets £i 153, llismareks £4 to £4 5s, Hrownolls £?') 15s to £4, C...

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Hawkesdale Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Hawkesdale Races. The following arc the entries for the abovc|races, to ba held on Saturday, 6th February: Hurdle Race: Jack Ashore, Discard, Kabibinokkn, Calyx, Lord Fyans, The Olaw. Trial Handicap: Kupert Stuart, Draw Thread, Brave Oak, Nurse Tuck, Vocal Queen. Maiden Hack Race : Dummic, Qlenmohr, Clean Graft, Court Martini, Miss Hlrat, Nurce fuck, Marilla, Miss Macatlliur, Graft Bunk. Hawketdale Handicap: Vodslil,Zena1b»n, Major Eight, Plum Fie, Calyx, Bright Kirk, Daltemaid, Lord Kelvin, Bouquetire. Handicap Hack Race: Mist Birat, Draw Thread, Lady Ardcn, Wairia, Clean Graft, Nurse Tuck, Illowa, Marilla. Flying Handipapf Vodski, Major Eight, Oobre, Plum Pie, Bright Kirk, Nurse Tuck,

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. The siltation uf the river LBS assumed ovl'U Diore alarming proportions, tho depth of water at the bar being only ten foot, aud ovcd this depth is nob maintained in some spots in tbo river higher up, whore the sand has accumu lated to within 8ft. Giu. of the surfaco. Tho serious position was urgently brought under tho notico of tho publio works dopartmont by Mr Bailoy, M.LA. at tbo requosb of tho borough counoil, and on Friday a wire was recoired by tho town clerk from Mr. Bailoy, stating that tho new drodgo Wombat would bo sout on Wednesday to work in con juuetion with the Priestman dreilga which iB now operating in tho river. Miss Doris Storey, daughter of Cr. Storey, was the victim of a painful acoidonton Saturday night. Shewas drawing on a pair of gloves, which had just boon clonnad with petrol, when tbo flame from a candle ignited the left glove which alio had just succeeded in pulling on. Before the glove could bo removed the uuforluiiate young lady ...

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Koroit Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 30 January 1915

Koroit Picnic Races. The annual picnic racc meeting wa9 held on the Koroit racecourse Inst Satur day in beautiful weather. 'There was a good attendance, and as all sources of revenue showed up well th'c financial result is regarded as satisfactory. The- . net proceeds will go towards maintaining the R.C. schools. The stewards were called together to consiacr matters in connectiSn with two races. Boortkoi won the Picnic Cup, but was disqualified on protest because the rider was not an amateur. In the Southern Cross milk cart horse race only two started,- and, owing to the betting and the way one of the horses was handled, the stewards came to the conclusion that there was something underhand about it, and promptly declared it no racc. The officials of the Koroit Racing Club super intended the meeting. Results Yangecy Maiden Hack Race, live furlongs.-T. Carmody's Vocal Queen (Mr. J. Slattcryj I; A. H. Bcnce's Dum mie (Mr. J. Tehan) 2; J. O'Keefe's Miss Sirat (Mr. J. Lindsay) 3. Other ...

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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 6 February 1915

YVABRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, roport:-. Tuesday, February 2. Pigs;-318 ponned, of whiah ISO wore storeB« Tho demand for bacon pigs was extremely kccu, and pricos advanced about 6b pnr head on last week's rates. Stores aro dull aud hard to quit, even at very low rates. Wo sold 71 for Messrs. Frank Chil ton 80s, Mrs. Carroll 77a» John M'Glunkcy 94s, James Durham 45s, M. Darmody G2s 6d, Mat Gleeson 00s, Ritchie Bros. 88a and 70s, X. and D. Lane 03s, James Downoy senr. 80s, R. Farley 8ls and 59s, Hugh Roilly 70a, James Ford 75s, B< M. Kelly ! and Co. 83B Gd and 73s (id, Collins tfroB. 92s tid, and stores for Mcesrs. John O'Brien lib=>, and Patrick Hogati 'M aud 10a, aud quote Prime bacon pigs 80a to 90s, good do. 72s to 78s, tight weights 059 to 70a, backiatters 703 to 90s, forward stores 27s Od to 36s, well grown sorts J8s to 22s, Blips 7s to 12s Gd, small sorts Is to 3s. Wednesday, Sheep.-650 penned, Tho demand was slightly easier than of late, and prices were Is to 2s pop...

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