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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. MORWELL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

S COQf. ERC'IAL. ? GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. MORWELL MARKETS. Messrs. A. M3Lean & Co. report.-Full supply of cattle forward. We sold fat ballocks from LB Ss, LS 12s 6d toL9 15ss; fat cows from L5 17s 6d, L6 a, L6 10d ; steers, 3 to 4-ys from L4 ls to I1 15 s; steers (young) from L 158, L3 5s, L3 Ss; heifers from L3 13s, 1A, I.4 2s; cows (store) to L3 19s 5d ; springers to L5 15 ; milkers to L6 ; mixed lots steers, heifers (young) L2 Sa, L. 7s, to L2 10s Sale, Saturday, Oct 9. Messrs Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle.-Market about same as last week. We sold at Traralgon, saffra, and Sale-cows £5, £5 5s, £5 12s 6d, £5 15s, 6, £6 10s, £6 17s 6d, £7 s 6d, £7 lOs, £7 1s d,; bullocks, £7 l0 s, £7 15s, £8, £8 5s, £S 61 , £8 1s , £hs eifers, £5 to £6; vealers, £l 15s to £2 8gs Store Cattle.-As. anticipated in our former report?? now that we have had good rans, prices have advanced con siderably for cattle of fattening age. At Traralgon we sold 3yrs heifers, £3 1s to £4 5s; 11 m...

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THE CHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

THE GCHURCHES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rev. J. G. Wilson took his text on Sunday evenlin from Ri m ins xII--I. "I beseech you hrethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy acceptable into God, which ii your reasonable service." "This "as a practical exhortation with a practical result. Our first parents had the option of choosing a good or evil course-we know what they did. God respects the being he has rlaced in man and has set the good and bad clearly and definitely before us. The subject suggested by the text is that of personal dedication to God." The apostle was speaking to people who had been saved front fearfiul degradation; therefore lie would have them a bodily sacrifice which was most acceptable accept able sacrifice they could bring. Their out ward cleanliness would symbolise a thorough purification soul and body. We are wonderfully complex being allied to the angel and to the lower creation. This bedily sacrifice shows how far the...

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ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

ST. J?APEs' ?HURCH. In tho morning the Rev J. R. Walker prenched from Tlt Timoth7 I-vili, "But we knnow that the law is cnod if a man use it lawfully." The law is good. The law shown here in the context is the moral law, the ten cnmmaudmenlts. Marriage was institut. n a noC of irn- no cency, and was held sncre3 by the n:uncint Imtriarchs. Without a day of rest the human race wouhl soon degenerate. No system can stand without scknowlctldging agoodacode of moral laws Some to tan commandments the legisýtio d torch. The tmm form a for us. How are we to know wh? L: d without them, public opinion waeod keep men right for a little : wi tout the ten commandmet4 t opinion would not do much for us ?? law is our schoolmaster to her n : Christ The true use of the l i. show us our inabilirty. The law - for the righteous. Who ? the-e _z - us who has not broken ore cf :t_'"e mandments. History has rtcod. d attrocious deeds committed br individuals. With some. pe t?t ' sidered very lightly. The p.....

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TOONGABBIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

TOOJCABBIE E WIS. (From our own Corresponden:.) A large number of fMrs Sla:te:s friends assembled at the Comm-rci:l hotel on Saturday evenin t!he 2:Aj inst., for the purpose of preen:ir. -Mrs Slater (late landlady of the To. gabbie hotel) with a parting gif: as token of their respect and esteem. T.e presentation was made b: Mr Mac?re. and consisted of a testimonial leas - fully printed on satin, s?aed by large number of friend;. and a ,: i diamond bracelet. Mr Slater re.eive the presents on behalf c, Mrs S'.ar. (who is now in Melbourne) sad feel ingly replied. We have had splendid rain I:,r. during the last week, and have every prospect of a glorious spring and an abundant harvest. The Toongabbie Shale Comranv seems to have died a natural death. I. is to be hoped that it fil n.ake another st;rt, as Toongabhie ait .,, time looked forward to beini a se?c. l Walhalla. I hear that the well known pr prietor of the Commercial ho'.l (Il Moore) intends building a neor Ii hotel near the rail...

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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

CORRESPONDEXCE. To the diltor of the T7aralgon Record. Smr-At a meeting of ratepayers held at Mirboo North this day, (Mr John Inglis J.P. in the chair) resolutions were adopted requesting the' Narracan Shire Council to wait upon the Government for the purpose of urging definite action with regard to the tramway question. At the present time all that is known is that the sum of L200,00 has been set aside for the construction of tramways on certain conditions which have yet to be deter mined on. In the course of the discus sion to-day, "Mr Scarlett (president of the Narmacan Shire Council) suggestId that it would he well if the mtepayers in the the various shires interested could he in duced to hold public meetings with the view of pressing the matter on the atten tion of their respective councils in order that if possible united and simultaneous action should be taken without delay. I think that there can be hut one opinion as to the importanre of getting the terms upon which Governm...

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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

PASSING N-OTES. ET : IPLEtON. It we have not a General Boulanger put ting our military afairs in order, let as be thankful that we have an even more useful man in a certain judge who has aubstitu ted orler for chlmos in the Victorian Insol jent Court. The trading public of Vic toiria owe a deep debt of gratitude to Mr Hickman 3Iolerworth. Since he has aaenmed charge of the Insolvent Court the law has been administered with such r Srmn and unsparing hand that people are beginnning to ,ealise that "going insolvent" nowadays is not quite the.pleasantand profitable game it used to be. Three persons have lately been committed for trial for fradulent insolvency; under the od regime it is donbtful-well, perhaps the feast said about the old regime the better; de mortisu &e The Herald rrpe-- -s a remarkable fact for the whole week not a single schedule has been filed, a n, ditihn of things unknown since the ,.inl.liltient of the Insolvent Court. J.i,'g 3lolesworth is educating the pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

Wanted. - TW ANTED. a couple of men accustomed X.¥ to fencing. Anplr C. STEADMAN, . The Garden, Traralgon. I ANTED, two boys to plant potatoe. apply to D. & J. DRAFFIN, Trralgon Creelk, Or to Mr. Baird, Commission Agent. WOODCUTTERS wanrited, fur 100 VV cords kiln wood. 4s per cord. apply JAJIES DUNBAR, Traralgon. W ANTED a gnod ger.cal servant, for . privati family. Waga 12.l ' references required. Apply at once Mu . HENDFEN, Stationer. &c., ,t Trarnlgon. WITANTED, gener servant..._¢ A0ply V V -=--M.unS -P.-J - CROWv , I otham-street, Trarlgon. WATTLE BARK. 0f to 160 TONS best WATTLE BARK , wanted at Melbourne prices. Silver ditto bought at its value. W. RALDFRSON, Traralgon Tannery. For Sale or To tet FOR SALE--POSTS and RAILS, Gar den Palings and broad Palings in any quantity. SEEDS of every description, fr,.m Tloms. LTan and Co., Little Collins street, at Melbourne prices Apply to C. STEA OMAN. Traralgon FOR SALE.-Trotting horse, YOUNG RAPPAREE. Pedireae apply to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

Notices. CHEAP PRINTING! W E have imported from Messrs Cooke S Co,Flinders Lane, and R. F. 3litchison Queen-street, a complete ASSORTMENT OF NEW AYD MACHINERY, Including a very fastgoing "ARAD" TREADLE, Which now enables us to execute on short notice ANY DESCRIPTION OF PIRINTING AND BOOK BINDING. LITHOGRAPHII C WORK'c. At strictly RMelbourne Prices We ask the people of Traralgon and neighborhood to give us a trial "THE RECORD" is ,NOW Published every TUESDAY AND FRIDAY d. REDUCED TO g d. OR PER QUARTER (in advance) ... 5s. . . . . . . . ( i f b o o k e d ) . . , . G s . S (in advance if posted) &s . (if booked) ... ... is. Orders for delivery left at the office will be attended to. -.= ,ELSOVJN: NE.ALE Proprietor-., C. 1. WILKES & o:), AGRICULTURAL. LAND, ESTATE. & GENERAL C3OMISSION Agents, Valuators, &c., TRARALGON. Sales effedted and valuations mal In atny part of Gippsland. Trunt ant other Ioneys to lend, on Fr, ehold and Leaseholhl Securities, in...

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ST. MARPS CHURCH, MORWELL. OPENING OF THE BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

i.. MJ CHURCH, MIOR S irELL. 0ptLb G OF THE BAZAAR The lr in connection with the "e Churc of England was opened srove clt ea' yesterday afternoon in ith [ nid Institunte. The Rev. J. Wake rin a neat and appropriate & referred to the progress of ?for , within the past three years. It .je o dr?onderfully in that H ipro Y he hld no doubt that it , 4 nee to improve. He was .icivfl to thoec who had for so long .t.In their doors for Church service, cr=. , throeuh the enterprise of the : r in, t-hey had a church of their ie must remind them that ,- a. debt of £200 on it, and tre was da t up for the purpose t earin'r -ffthat debt. He then cei on ~ C. C(room, Esq., MI.LA., hocame forward amid prolonged ap SGroom said he thanked them :-he honor conferred on him, and ...r. I? ' p.ased to be present. He er: ll pleised to be present, as t;s the tir?t bazaar ever held in re. It was for an excellent pur 10. and he hoped all would help to ,'ea u?ess. He then declared art a nuber was present...

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CAULFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

CAULFIELD RACES. The V.A.T.C. races were held on Saturday with the following results: MAIDFn PLATF. Of 150 sovs. One mile. Special Sweights. o C. Collins' ch hI Newmnaster, 3vrs, 7st 71bs (Bence) . . R. G. T:dbot's h h Highland Chiei, 4yrs, Sst 51bs (O'Brien) ... 2 SJ. Mitchell's b e Yule Coke, 3yrs, S7stl 7bs (T. Brown) ... 3 Seventeen others started. Vettin : 1 4 to 1 Highland Chief, 5 to I Lara. IIANDICAP IICRDLE RACE. Two Miles. 31. Loughllin's b g Hunltsman, aged, llst 31ls 1 J. Connelly'sb 1h Bonnie Ld, 4yvrs, 9st 111bs T. Chirnside's br h Yet Again,Syrs 10st 3s ... GREAT FOAL. STAKFS. Of 300 soas. For twc-year-olds. Four furlongs. Sir T. Elder's br f IIortense. by Gang Forward -Josephine(iamp) 7st 10lIs (Campbell) ... .. Sir T. Elder's fir f Perhaps, by Gang Forard-Peradvent ure, (Fogg) ... ......... J. R. Smith's ch c Yetanm, by Julian Avenel- Vanity (imp) (Colley) ... ... Time 5lsecs. CAULFIELD GUINEAS. Of 300 sors. One :ile. W. A. Lmg's ch f Maddelina, hy Neckersgat - Meg ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

LESLEYAN CHURCH. On Sunday morning Mr. Cannam took his text from St. John xiiii.-vi, "Jesus saith unto him I am." -The surroundings of my text are full of instruction. It was the Cr-at Teacher's lastsermon-a sermon not delivered to the confusion of the Scribes or Pharisees or the thousands on the sea shore but to his loved disciples across the paschal table. We would do well to study this sermon of our Saviour, and more,. not only in the nulpit, hut in our private home circles. We confine it to th, Sahbath,making ourselves the sam? as the Scribes and Pharisees for whom we have a ready anatherma. Behold him, the the master, washing his disciples feet, .Judns having gone out, he is alone with the eleven; he gives them the new conm mindment that they love one another tells them of his departure, and comforts them by promising that where he is they shall be also. He will not leave them comfortless. They must expect tribulation as he endured, but he says "be of good cheer," I have overco...

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SAM. SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, CHAPTER N.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

.,N AUST RALIAN STORY, BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD.. . C.'P.?m x.--(CoYrTcEDn.) "You have a lot of sisters my dear I know, lecause although I have t:cr mt Dr Murdoch, I know he hs large amily of daughters." ."Y. T have eight sisters, all of I?:: are younger than I. I am --. and my youngest sister is six a. a half years old. I have one -:r Ro,?. such a sweet girl, about airn. and I realiyv believe she would S'ei~i;:hte to Ire with me here, she is :h a lover of wild scenery and she is "s-au enthusiast in botany." "Well if she would come I am sure .,u would find her companionship CSrbleah," iMrs Montrosae said. .ii Murdoch said she would think nr it, and would probably ask Rosa . dd write that evening a long y letter, in which she described "s:-te-iy all that she had seen since n advent to Rocheville. Nothing -ir tin unner her notice which she o:a va chronicle,' and then after -r gsasteen closely written pages of r note she enclosed the follo sing "Irate to Rosa Se?rest R:ea. ' T anYou would b...

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AGRICULTURAL SHOWS TO COME. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

A~RICULTURA L SIIO WIS TO COME. -4-- OcOfiKR. 1, 14.--?1e? and IIcy-teabury Agri _ ."-'a .,<edattinn. 113 1. l.l-PdLarat Agricultural and :4 .-l-R, c~ter A. and P. Associa t.-F-nin.r and Nagambie Agricul -; I; 4tr"al Associatan. ~l, I.-E'ndign Agricultural Society. -.?I.--TLamplo1 and Heytesbury P. * S , et(, at ('.urnltrdtwn. i.-.-t`.·zctern Ae icultuýdSociety. ii-t-a-e.--le atn Murray Valley -:,ra?I and Horticultnral Society. . I.-Shteparton National Show. N-\rth Gippaland Agricultural nm?veeR. -:-, ,1.n_ Armicnltural Society. ..--Canes and Talbet Agricultural iL-itr.s-ie. P. and A. Society. iiL.-lethc.te A.ricultural and Pas 1, 1-. ametn .agricultur d Associa IT-Trtralzn ACuiltnura :Scioty. !.-I:ludie& Itilul A. and P. Society. 1- -' ,;iý: Alricul:ural Seciety. I--Ke?,ntn A:.1ricultral _ s,.viationri:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

MARRIAGE, ORR, AND COY. STOCK AND ESTATE AGENTS, G IVE Ia i Or.- , ni ? all I. -?1 sa. na c i , tleu. Periofil- Ma.-i. a, t ,:Ow. Land and C!earing .~ es prroerlYt cod I.-dd. LCATIO?" ma'e. LO'OS fr a 5d. sad life and Fite I EANOE efietni ArcrtoszzaS?: M.. JACESON ORP., & Me. CHAS. SOMMER:.. HEAD OFFICE--TRAIIALGON. We ave erecte nd a= nd exte-:rae Yar-d at Trralwn. 'lorxwdL TrEg?bie. Narsm can. M .rei., with guoa acmun dat ion for Lti.-..ug. AG EfS FOE :alofns Seter7.alandiFir Insrance Co Cdonial Muntual Fuirand Life InsmanceCo. Nwr YFok ife Inmranc. Co. N.',w 7lralnd Mrcanrtile Agency Co. NOTICE. T HE f, tlrwinzg aes are Poeaton .: MS:,.thly -v . Too .-al,.ie, tiit Wed ,na?,y. Oc"n r 21:b : Monthly Hlese Sale, Tranlgon, till Tkehar . t, iet 28th. MARRIAGE, ORR & CO. T3-DAY TO-DAY. TO-DAY. 3MORWELL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12 IMPORITA.NT UNRESERVED SALE. JIAP.RIAGE. OtiE & CO. are favored 1 i with insirn-atiouos fr Wt.. BPrmir, E" I. ..i ot by ,.b.ic ta .ctin iA Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

Neville's Grand Junction Hotel Acknowledged to be the ?eading- Hotel in the district. ý"ýIýýý l 1., I I I ul Y uýýtnýý in (Ill.trolntil 1 II ceddingandl Excursion 'Partic provided fo 0lot and Cold IBaths. BILI.IARDS (one of Alcock's best.) :f:e Cre1w i'" Cmomrrcisl Travcl.r-. lIorses and Buggies aiwass at hand. Te'c S rsompt??. attended to. Parties patronising the above hotel will receive civility. Comfort, and Attention. Charges Moderate. CORNELIUS NEVILLE, Proprietor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. ARGYLE STREET, TRARALGON, DANIEL BYAN, Proprietor. Mrit class accommodation for Visitors, who will find the Commercial Hotel replete with every convenience. Wines and Spirits of the Best Quality. Billiard Table. Good Stabling, Loose Boxes, and Padd ck Accommodation. Horses and Buggies for Hire on most reasonable terms. THE CLUB HOTEL, TRARALGON, te n-w established its reputation as the LEADING HOUSE the district, and the rroprittor, while thanking the Pablic for their pas: a-pport assures them th...

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The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." (Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1886. TOWNSHIP BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 12 October 1886

"*MODERATE, rur PROGRESSIVE." (Published rver. Tuesday &Friday morningr. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12, Is86. TOWNSHIP BLOCKS. TiE recent sale of land in this town by Mr. C. R. WILKEs, has resulted in confirming the opinion held by many of the local residents and others as to the increasing value of business sites in this town; MIr. WILKFs' sale was looked forward to with much interest. by a few wlho seemed to think that land 1.a not quite maintained its value, but it is very gratifying to no tice that the land has not only main tained its value, but increased in value. Had soine private individual purchased the block which so!d for nearly £17; per foot, it might have been said that he* was drunk, or if not;tlhat,,at least not' a competent judge of its value. But a irivate individual did not make the purchase; it wasfi'rle by one ofh?lie shrewdest of all corporate bodies?a bank. The Bank of Australasia wlich has had a branch established in this town for a number of years, made the pur...

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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. MORWELL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

CO. IE.RCIAL- .. : JGIyPSLA.ND STOCK REPORTS. - IORWELL 3IMARKETS. - arriage, Orr and Co. ilprt :-We held veryvsuccessful sale of storekeeper's goods fiuriture; etc., at Morwell on Tueday and Wedneday ; the attendance was good and prices realised very saitisfactory, CALLIGNEE REPORT. 3essrs Little and Borthwick held a ver?iaccesftil sale at'3lr, ?oseph Draflins Callignee yest?erlay the 13th., when every thing cleared at very high rates, and satisfhctry to the vendor. Milking cows ranged frogn iLO upto I ll 15s, and his young stocl: at eqnually Iih prices, we also let his farm at Callignee for a very good rental to Mr. Henderson ; several lots of cattle were put at the close of the sale f.r different owners and all sold very high, which ended one of the most ,c sales held in the district.

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TRARALGON CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

TIRARALGO. CRICKET CLUJ. The first meeting, this season of the above club was held on Wednesday even ing in the Mechanics' Institute, and was well attended. Mr. 11. (. Jones was in the chair. The business of theovenin, was to elect oflice-bearem for the ensuing season, and fix the subscription fee. Subjoined are the names of the club's patrons :-lion. W. P'earson, and Messrs. Groom M.L.A., Ma rige, Peterkin, Whittakers and Seville. President, Mr. John M'Lean; ice-presidents, Messrs. Mill, Lang and Reed ; general committee, Messrs. II. C. Jones, Curran, 11I. West, Keesing, and Sands; match committee, MessrsHenden, Gunn, and Moubray; lion. secrctalyand treasurer Mr. H. B. Seujeant. It was resolved that tIhe subscription fee be 5s. A motion thalt juveniles ,e admitted at half price lapsed for want of a seconder. On the motion of Mr. Moubray, seconded by Mr. Ilendun, it was resolved that the secretary should arranige with four Gipps land clubs to sullscribe for a cup to be competed for ...

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FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Oct. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

FARMI PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Oct. 13, SM'Orath, Soa and Co. report 'Cheese :-Prmime loaf, to 74d per lb.: medium, to 7d per lb.; large size, to 7,1d per lb.; medium. to c;l pec lb. Presh Rut. ter.-l'rime dairies, to 10id per lb : or linary lots. Sd to 94 per lb ; lumps,ta9l pr Ilb: casks, to SI per Ib; Imtted. good old. to 71 per Ib ; medium. to Gd; inferiol, to 4d per lb. E"s. 11d1 to Is per doz. Ifnms.-Prime factory cured, to FId per II ; .rm, Pd to ld per lb. Ilacon.--F.otor? , to Sl per ll i farm. 51 tho Gd per lb. Carease pork. 4d to .1i per lb ; lard, 4d to 5d per Ih; honey, bnuh, to 3:d per lb; prime gar den. 3id to 4d per th: Iue-wax, to9d per lb ; fewls, Is 3d to 5: 2d per pair; ducks. 5s Ed to 71' lser pair :' gees. 7s to 9li per pair; turkers, 14s to 4th pepkair; guinea fowl, to Ss per pair; pea fortwl. I to 2} peIr pr.; pigeons, to 25 9d per pnir; rabbits and hares. il to I? per pair. Wheat.-Prime, to 3s 1Jd oer bushel; medium. to 5s 3d. Oats-Seed Tartariai. to 3 2d-...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 15 October 1886

DAIRY PRODUCE. 31'rtw, 3Lllwrick and Co. report : We held our usual sale to-day and report as follows :--Cheese.--The supply forward was fully up to the usual. but the demand was rather slack'and prices hardly so firm as last week. Prices for well matured r.nged from 7d to 9d per lb., an I for new from 5ld to ,fid per lb; inferior at lower rates. Pot ted Butter.-There was a good supply to hand and the sales were brisk at a decided advance on last week's rates. Prime new rangd.tfrom.?d:to Sid jierlb. ; ilferior and old at lower rates. Fresh Butter.-The supply continues ti increase and the market was ? steady at last work's rates. Prime rangel from Sd to 10d per lb.; inferior lowern Eggs (regular' apply), brisk de maid, is Old to Is Ild per doz; turkeys. Ils to 34s; ducks. Ss 9d to fs 9d; fowls, 4s to 6s 6d , carcass park; .1 to 6id per lb. By telegram last night we received thefol lowing:-Pigs.---Mcdium sTpply; stores brisk ; pork easier ; bacon, good demand at lante rates , - The Em...

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