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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 March 1863

TO TnUO 1DITOn Os ThE GI[rFSrANID TIMES. i -Sin,- The Stratford lirid,;f bppceares just indw to'igivre byou somed'considerable amounit. of- trouble;,' iid 'ain oiil' 'il r 'prised tha:it so little has. been said about it liefore, but I can assure you that if youd have obeen silenrit on 'the matter, peoples tongues could not le kept quiet here.:'. When: tio shoo pinchee people generally sing out, which is more than the piles did, for. never a shoe pinched them at all" It is true, sir, and you may believe that not only did the piles escape the blow of the monkey, but that more than one of them was lashed vith ropes to prevent them sinking down too far. What people see they can believe. This, sir, is something like the way that Stratford bridge was built from beginning to end, and many a malty-spar and pile could be--there 'found, if any one wished to look for them: We often asked whore was the engineer all this time ? and the answer wvas nuniversally "lihe is in Melbourne doing office...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTH GIPPSLAND AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 March 1863

NORTII. GIPPSLAND AG1I CULTURAL AND HORTICUJ TURAL SHOW. On Tuesday last the Third Annual Exhibition of thoNorth Gippsland Agri cultural and Horticultural Society Was held on thie now ground allotted to them by Govornmont for that purpose. The show-yard is well situated on a rising piece of land immodiatoly adl joining the Botanical Garden Roserve, and, as a site suitablo for the purpose intended, could not have boon better chosen. From various causes the ex' hibition of this year does not give that evidence of the improvement in the agriculturo of the district which really place, and many circumstanes lbised together to keep back iibition both stock and agrieul oduco. We believe that it is nerally acknowledged that the f this last season, though re y fine on early sown lands, is a averago crop, quite up to the of 1SG2, whilst potatoes and iers in this district are almost failure. The inferiority of this rain crop does not arise from mprovoement in the' system of ure, but is entirel...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALE TURF CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 March 1863

SALE TURF CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. On Wednesday, being the first day of the races, a large concourse of persons assembled on the Green Wattle Course to witness the first day's racing of 1803. We have seen more congregated on the course on previous occasions, but taking into consideration that it was tie first day of the races, and that the day's rnoing did not promise to hold out very great inducements, we consider the attendance as decidedly good. Could we have arrived at the wishes of every person at the course, we believe they would have expressed a paradox. Mr. W. Pearson must, under all hazzards, be beaten, but no one wished Mr. Pearson to lose. Nevertheless, all felt that if Mr. W. Pearson was again (this season) to walk away with the best prizes, it would com. pletely paraliso the other racing men of the district, and the Turf Club would beo as a thing that was. Mr. W. Pearson did not on the first day, however, carry away the palm, and we must leave subsequent days to tell their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 March 1863

Sale Tnar Club .utuma ireeting. Ade~n r.np.iefl, Esq. STEIHD DAY.-. Msa Lr Sayninxiris to be maee, =3i ThIi. ti-. Srctur at Sale o Weeehiyar, I:e :,t i s. 1t 10s eaue:a, to 1be . e ,L, s: e,3 ? ' LTOR E ter of YeiteT tshe SIR sitamtzed at oo . ~de, on the Poo. Alberi lnd Sale RoE.i The hoisee i ell firhed 14Th; in perfect, oder, f.d4 doing a proftable b -gnes-, and Oen required foLrcrr b er on a respectable trade. A Forty. Acre Paddok, with p?r ma.nent waer. Appl toi - TiB: -GRASSDAL - --PADD : KS, . - witin - mile of Sale, about 400 lately in the occupation of rs . Douglas. For fnrther information apply to DR, PECK, Sale, or to W. E. and A. S. In the Estate of 1:'ARDELL and rt where, in the Colony of Victori, PMerehant OTICr is herey given that by Ie Indenture of "Assinment and Seli, Sand e~eute by the saC:, = esr -. 31t'ArdeU and HR aphael in the pr- ence of and attested by John Le _erhant_ CiztVE, of elburn, Merchant, was APPOINTED TRUSTEE of the said Estate, and Notice is hereby...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 March 1863

WEDNESDAY, i1th MARCHL i Siale by Anction. o "l:Patii?surnishingorid Others .:- ,SEWELL has roceived iti?-? ns . Is":-. froii . lRapha:l], Es~q., to sell by public auntiop, at ?i:sresideuco, onotheo " above date, previous dto hiilonving,eti tdistrict, the whole of hliis valhbleo holst hIild furnitufir &c.,; c"ineisin?tng? f "? :.:.'>..?:')¢.::'*:DINŽ,O 100K? ?f Table and Lovr, suis, chairs, book c: .ase, hilidihmner, fonider audd th.Ir i.rons, laaiipet, hearthlrug, cllick, aid a siiperior lot o stanidard fiiie? fdl?i: M:iho.:- any w tablolhidodidio rse hair clunr. and sorl , Kiderisninter .. '..: 1::."!: " :?:,l? r nj:wi l~.s'th l- d??a iany' iis carpe is , Witdh toilweurtains ard l" ni' iig -. ad7', .gh stboladryssin, table, weil-zbe inster anrid fie-irons, ] ... i.. D RO0,/iD , o K NO. 2. .. Superior iron -te ad mattrass, &c., largemho miny drawevrs; double w:-..: ash staiind, vitna toilet st conm i:? plete, nighest of 'draessing table,d . roomkgcarpet, bqd-oo. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 March 1863

STEAM TO MELBOURNE TIIE fine scrow Steamship KEERA Swill leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. Horses will be carried to or from Port Alber at at 0s, each. Freight--lold, 2d. per ounce. Par . eels over 200 ounces, Idd.. Gold, for shipment, must be entered at the Customs before 10 o'clock a.m. on the day of sailing. Return Tickets..................£5 Available for 14 days. For freight or passage apply to TUIRNBULL, IIOWDEN, & CO., Wharl-street, PortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when anded. All goods discharged, jf not emoved from the wharf before 4 o'ciock .m., will be stored at consignees' risk ad expense. a e Telegraph Line of Coaches. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. . FARES. orb Albert to Sale .. £1 0 0 ort Albert to Bald Hill... 1 10 0 ale to Bald lill ...... 0: 10 0' DUNOAN CLARK SEGS to. inform the public that his f?ive-IIorse Coach will:leave the OYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale, cry W\EDNESDAY at 6 am., carrying ssengers to meet the Steamer, re rning immediately after her arrival. J...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 6 March 1863

(' MELBOURNIE MURlKEITS. ',` 16 ni{d A S Khing,, Report. Tt Cattle.- laoi mnarketiwe Ifully -upplied on "inday twith a' secojd n?t of c?ttle, which Swent offi at about: la? wieek', iites.. On STutcday, owing to thel honarrival of a nlarge lotI from: the ondrth, oiuly about' 1i0d head Cwe yairlded, and as therei i were0o very pr iao; heavy` blloclke aimongal t tlime. liigh' lrteo evoro easily oltainiable. ;)We quote beat ponde,?heavy weights, :at from ' £10 to £11 2a Od; good d noruljayiowelglhts; £7t6 £; soecond rate do,' £5 ,to:. £; beat'cows, £6 1io to£7 0s; secondd, rate, £4 to £; Weo haveo sold 04 headd, from .i0 gipsl?hnd,. at .£5 a Od libullocks, £41is 6d cov;. -Fat Calo ' 'Tllo ileni arket, hIs beet;:salD?plled abort of requiromonts, and for good quality the domand'wan brisk, '?nd priea?good. Beat ealveo.fronm 0a to 40s. ..Dalnhoy Campbell and Co. ieport. Fat Cattle.-A very ozeill auppljy, vis., 837 head eane, forward; thio hig?st portion of those wero to hand on Monday, aind...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES SANDHURST, FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [aos THE aRcUS OF 7TH MARnII.] SKNDIItJfST, FRIDAT. An annual tea meeting and fruit show was held at the Emu Creek School. house yesterday, the chairman of the municipality of Sandhurst presiiling.-'About 400 ladies and gentlemen were presmllt. The fruit show, as evideiice of the ril? capability and rapid progress of this district, espe cially as to wine-growing, was a decided success. A large quantity of superior grapes were exhibited, including three branches weighing respectively twenty, thirty, and thirty-three pounds, left here this day, under charge of Mr. "William Gay, of Pall Mall, for exhibition in the Melbourne Botanic Gardens, on the 7th. Last year wine of . -superior' quality idsa eide here by Messrs. Bruhn and Lorriderit,' and severl"nsvw presses dre being erected by other wino growers. In addition to this important and por manent branch of industry, the culture of tobacco is progressiig favorably. Dancing on the sward . was kept up until a late ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

WELL, M?ABTHUa EDITHUR,-You'l excuse me for riting to you, but I cannot pocket my whistle and see new chums just green from the ould country and not warn against such karakters as hould Charley. Why, if you had travelled the road with him those ten long years, as I have, yo mite have larnt onow of lies to make you edithur of the "Lunnon Times," or the "Morning Kronikle." which they say is the biggest liar in the hole kingdom, though my word, your not a bad hand yourself, in a small way. But I suppogo that's your trade, as Sairy Gamp would say. Well, that has nothing at all to do with bullock driving, for a bullookoer should never tell lies but when he calls his beasts out of their names, but be sure Misthur, the hannimals would'nt move a peg without it. Sure, everybody nose this except a poor now chum who took to the rode here some five years ago, andl wo was very religious entirely, an used to saynlto the bastes in his mildest tone, " Now Redman, go along and God bless you," and to...

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SALE TURF CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

SALE TURF CLUB AUTUIfIN E~IrETING. The atte.nlance oun theJ couro on this day was not near so large as on the previous one, and, notwithstandingi the sounds of merry music, and the varied display of buntiu, the booths wore comparatively deserted. Even amongst the racing community there seemed a want of that heartiness which is goenorally exhibited on a race ground, and which in this "instance had its place occupied by an ascorbity of temper neither pleasing nor becoming. The first race of the day was the SALE TURc CLUB HANDIO.rP-Of 501. Nominations to bh made, and 11. paid to the Secretary at Sale on WYodnesday, the 14th day of January next, before 6 p.m. Weights declared on the 17th January. Acceptances accompanied with 41., to be smade night of general ontry. Distance, one mile and a half. Mr. G. Hogg's b h Bolivar........................ . 1 Mr. W. Pearson's blk f Darkness.............. 2 c Bolivar winning easily. On arrival of the horse into the weighing yard, Mr. Pearson pro. t...

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CORRESPONDENCE We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselvo roesponsiblo for the opinions of our correspondonts. TO THlt EDITOR OF THn OIPPSLAI?) TIMES. Sxn,-I am not going to dilate on the ad vantages or disadvantages which may accrue to any community from the encouragement of horse racing. Enough that I am a conovert myself to the advantages to be dorived from the encouragoment of tho brood of the best horsoes in the worll, and mustb therefore join in deprecating generally all unfair or potty trickery, such as too often has disgraced the English Turf. I cannot go the length which some long-visaged ascetics go, and say that the turf demoralisos all who join in its amusements. I say far from it, for amongst its supporters in all times there have boon found numbers of men, the brightest ernaments to Society, whose honor was unimpeachable, and whoso racing tranusactions n unblameablo no those of their publin or pr:vato lifo. Though partial to racing, I atp not a racing man, and thereforo not up to the to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

DEATH. On the 13th February, at her father's re- sidence, Bald Hill, Susan, the beloved daughter of Mr. Edward Gray, after a short illness, very much regretted by a large number of friends. Age eighteen years. May she rest in peace.   Divine Service will be held in the Presby terian Church, at Sale, on Sunday next, at 12 o'clock noon, and at half.past 6 o'clock p.m.; also, at Stratford, at 12 o'clock noon and 4 o'clock p.m. Divine Service at St. Paul's Church, Sale, on Sculday next, will be taken by the Ven. Archdeacon , Stretch. Morning Service to cureo:erve at 1130 a.m. ; evening do., at G-30 p.m. The Rev. J. Firth will ofliciate at t:icedale at 11"30 am.

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The Gippsland Times "EXCELSIOR" FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

S EXCELSIOR." FRISAY, MLACII 13. 1S63. SINCE the first and only essay made by the people of Sale and its neigh borhood to be placed under municipal laws,a considerable change in opinion is apparent amongst the few, though successful oppositionists, and to our c- In a Distc:- ? - --0,-, -: H too r, o - her?:?s .... o'.. the pr ,per -ty in S al]e -w11e taken to ma-ke- roa. : :rar_ 'San e .St; , to ihe Bd :", or to form the -Pan Line.In i :- Sale w M be taxed for the das . 2-Q?-i -s ý f -the "t? 5Twip. If a ?e l.e _1rT:' e--en of h `b"oiar ill a: I he ra:.-2 -leed o ;_e ml, .3o La.- of' . zv. s r " ; , there=fore, matt er of own Lete5-:, and to so far inde that the rate-payers shall hare the entire control of their own fundJ.' On the irst day of next July the, District C- incl Bill will come intoc osration, and then re mustt e taxed either _:,r a cozrcil or a muni inkal,. Rates we must pay to either one or the other, bat not to bo;h. It there fore remauns with the inhabitants of s ale ...

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THE AMERICAN SCHOOL MASTER'S COURTSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

THE AMERICAN SOIhOOL IA'STER'S COURTSHIP. Jeremiah Paul was a short round personage, with a q?lick, I had almost said a spitefill little groy eye, a bald head in front, and: a short, stiff cue behind. HIe was a ronadorfol man to look at, and his histgry was no less so than his parson. At ono period ho was the village schoolhastcr-a raro peda gogno and learned boing---it is said not only familiar with Dilwortha's spoil ing book sad the psalter, but also with such difficult mathematical problems as aro compreholded in tho oleomontary principles ofPlkio 'sarithmothic. It may be readily snppsosed that such a ripe and rare sclhohlii wodiid not be suffered to remain long in obxuurity. ;His talents wdro not of an ,prdor "to blush unsoon," and accordingly, in his fortieth year,! ho was llonouoed with the ofiice, and enriched with the eorolu ments portaining to, no loss a dignitary than a justico of the peacoe. lt But we are getting ahead of our story, and, with the reader's permission, sI w...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

TOWN TALK. Wr---r? . , "' Jtr._ C" i.e'm:s t "e s --l reserve in "aymnot-' {ot, a ,L "C " oa- -eGnt..t. :_: the fe?nc, fr', cJ=-h --s ?- pedsed y poth?i th a- 3 cri. e to s e C=b How!, whe- he =7w ' r-Ed; - f" : o -=s52 of he he Win- . erg- nb he r?i?rd a t ~, ard hne hs ri e b? t he Boue :n _ or=- e ma?,y . He?e. tAer'? d b. Dr..='e On. yeate- -.ren-g the , a?1Zia, Jot., .-iy, who as Hr1?.rr in . h Es n e rin c~-,n • t-- e . -Egh e rEst o ir s wth .f ._', as ,n?-Y"uted by ame of the -e-Cdenos Cf Sale with a p --- of s-rred s -a: h s ` r- i :-. tlou.h= th '--" ew a d the He *e of f'ro Mr. Arnc s d Ha"r.o Yeitre, -Maintge the Hanse 'a caz 1. n n p.?me _o o n tia e Srs oc Glerlyon, No-th Gipp' The Ca~t~-- v : of Tahli W? c, in reply to ?.- Har rd, 5r.who p the n toe in Ar h . Joha- n's ehaeos, t? ta n the ASes ob that tie tenders for there-oirn of a p2 c-": al rd o"' on P"" -I trZ-c: 1L-- -Whar wool a^ p-ok 'ty p .eb cu edo for n :he as or c of th As an i_ ne-'e that -c o-y be En"b- I...

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EXTRAORDINARY DELUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

EXTRAORDINARY DELUSION. We take the following from the Spiritual Magazine, an American pub lication: Mr. William Guay wrote a prelimi nary letter to the Banner of Zight, giving the result of his observations as follows:-" Boston, Nov. 18th, 1862. Mr. Editor,-fHaving been informed by Mr.William HI. Mumler that you desire to publish the results of my investigation into the possibility and genuineness of Mr. M.'s photographic impressions of spirit forms, it gives me much pleasure to detail to yqoj what I have seen. As I have been commissioned by Messrs. A. J. Davis and Co., you can rest assured that I was resolved, if permitted, to allow nothing to slip my utmost scrutiny. [Having had ten years' continual practice in this particular branch-that is, nega tive-I felt competent to detect any form of deception. Having been permitted by Mr. Mumler every facility to investi gate, I went through the whole of the operation of selecting, cleaning, prepar. ing, coating, silvering, and putting in...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. INXFNT CIlstE. - The IMelbourne correspondent of the Ballart Star writes : -" Opposite the Model School, on Tues day afternoon, a scene occured which gives a glimpse of the kind of human beings that are growing up in the midst of us, and is a further proof of the necessi ty of such bills as those entitled the 'Youthful Offenders, and Industrial Schools Bills Surrounded by a small crowd lay a female child, about seven years of ago, grovelling in the dust. Most porsone thought the child had been hurt, until an elderly man standing by otated that ho had been trying to take care of her, and had obtained a letter to admit her to the Immigraants' Home. Tihe child would not go, and lay on the ground crying in franticrage, at the bare chance of being taken from its compan ions. When the hold was lifted up, it showed the countonance of a precocious criminal,and when raised fromathe ground she kicked and fought until set down again, trying to creep away on her hands and feet, m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

'T 2SEWEL'LL Lirsz:ve ifrt C; Trhe P:L ýE T.'-t '' hoar-?., i Ei .... " _tt 1 i PIGS PIGS_ : PIGS -: :?e e - tr[im inar f Q ,tict. T( W LL. epre - c:: "-s:: :-. io -? jizr hae. Ap-p to Ase.rLa PERSOal de. SPor Sale, S2 '- FAT - ETIHER. Pi'. SALE-U eap, a.DCG CART W"A?NTED fri 2C0 to 403 HIE AD .. of B E G CATTLE on tfres stpry aW. C. CJi.2 i3 W A TEDa zet-eA mleInr l -zsosec, Foster-.:reef.e 1:.f 'TTANTEDa God Stror Bo-aot and Y S horemraker. GOneral workman preferred. App!y to M.aCAOL:r, Loti .Maker, Paymoad-etre:t, Sile. 13mr c -1: Reward. ,T OST, Stolen, or Strayed from the J. Thomson River, Dennison, One Roan 3fare, branded P S on the near Foal at feot. The above reward -ill Sbe paidt to any one bringing.the said m.are to JOHN POWELL. 13 20 mr . TAMES WIDDOWSON, of Rose -e dale, gives notice to all those persons ,ndebted to him that, if their accmunts are not immediately settled, they will be given into his Solicitor's band- for recovery at the neat County Court. Si13,ny £2. Rew...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

STEAM TO MIELBOURNE (lHE fine screw Steamship KEERA will leave Port Albert every FRIDAY. Horses woill he carried to or from Porrt Albert at 80, eaciL 'e-l QVcri 2 .00 ouscee1?.'I. . ,. Gold,'for:shipntent, mnst be entered at the Customs beforeo 10 o'clock a.nm. en the day of sailing. Return Tickets.........:........5 Available for 14 days. For freight, or passage apply to TUINBULL, HIOWDEN, & CO., Wharf-street, PI'ortAlbert. All goods at consignees' risk when landed. All goods discharged, if not I 1 removed from the wharf before 4 o'ctock .m., will be stored at consignees' risk ad expense. -' a Telegraph Litie of 'Coahes. SALE AND PORT ALBERT. FARES. ort Albert to Sale ... £1 0 0 'ort Albert to Bald Hill., 1. 1 0 0 aletdofild rlill' ... ... 0 10 0 DUNOANCLARK )EGS to inform the public that his ) Five-Horse Coach will leave the S:0OYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL, Sale, r very WEDNESDAY R at 6' a m.; carrying teassengers to meet the Steamer, ro lraninag immediately after her arrival. ci J...

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 13 March 1863

COMMLERCIAL. MELBOURNE MA.RKETS. Dalmahoy Campbell and Co.'s Report. Fat Cattle-This week the Eupply amounted to 1152 head. Of this number about 300 head were only in store condition, consequently the supply of butche:'s cattle was small. Sales have been effected on all qualities at a further advance in prices. Prime pens bullocks brought from £9 to £11 7s Sd ; second quality do, from £6 to £7 10s ; iuferior dio, from .'£3 to £4 10s. Prime quality cows, fro:n £7 to £8 15s; second do, from £1 15s to £5 10s ; inferior do, from £2 to £3. Thole in store condition brought from lds to £1 17. We cold 107 head for 3le3srs. Brvyd- and Co. at an average of £5 os 9d cows and bullocks, also a small draft from the Yarr.r (Bell Brothers), at an average of £5 16i 6d. Fat Calves-A large supply, viz., 281 head, came forward. Prices ruled in consequence at con sideat?ly under last week's qudtations. We quote good quality at from 25a to ,78 ; secnd to inferior do, at from 15a to 22°. We sold 30 head a...

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