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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

. ---- TARPAULINS, FLYS, I-rORSE RUGS, . FLAGS, PIG NETS, WATER HAGS, - CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS, llesl- Quality and Workmanship at Lowest Friccs. ' Oil. COATS and KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR HIRE. WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS FOR AIL KINDS OF CANVAS GOODS. ' 'wintry Orders Promptly Attended to. T. Chamberlin (Late J. HARWOOD), HARGREAVES ST/ (oPP. Saving' Bank), BENPIGO. Furniture Sale _ - at - MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. OAK SIDEBOARD, 6ft. .. £16 10 o NOW £u 10 o OAK DININGROOM SUITE .. 1210 o NOW 810 o CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, Cft . : 716:0 NOW. 4-10 o OAK BEDROOM SUITES 19 10 o NOW 15 10 o SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS all Bevelled Glass, from 0 19 6 WICKER SETTEES :.'.. 30/-, NOW 2r/- each. FOLDING*:-WARDROBES .-. 14/6,- NOW 7/11 each. WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASH ORDERS - DURING SALE. CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CROCKERY - GLASSWARE - EQUALLY REDUCED. MORLEY JOHNSON'S. BENDIGO. SCHOl TEN BROS, (Sons of late G. J. SCIIOLTEN). MANUFACTURE...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

HKXDltiO PHI MARKET. Thmsdav. August. I'L Mr. Frank A, Hit! reports:-A felt yarding of fii§cs uamu to hand- for lo-day's sabv consisting principally of hammers ami porkers, with odd baokfall«»rs, <an in oivastM supply of grown stotvs, and about |In* usual number of young piirs. 'Ill mi was a good athMidancu at tin* salrs, htriudlnif Jhr usual cmvrs and tradn btiy Of.-;, and, liking into considi.'ralton the pood sitpply <if alb sopls- forward, prhvs worn very satislactory, although hardly as irond us at- Insl work's s:d«*. Haiionors. - rii«sh! - was good . uompelitimf by tin) IMIH'S'S ptysi!Ul fOf ail- llUi iM.'Sl. Of tllCSO descriptions,. and-; rates roallsod were nearly tin to lasl, woek's sal«v priun? sorls making «* oii.tpar wilfr hwsts oti lint orraslon. I'ork'H's v'n^rally wore slightly C.ISHM', In it '\\uv dtMirlomry was nnl. of any tfcvt? oxl.*Nil; wliilo /.wld bjinkfalfws sold w«'ll. Sloivs.-Although- lliuns was an Ini'ti'asod supply of f?rown: sorts on...

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CATTLE. Tuesday, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

CATTLE. Tuesday, August 18. The local niijnbcr of outll«s yarded to ay was -MS head;- a slight infnuiM!' nr. :sl week's supply, but the. ouallty was iry nmeli' better/- more especially in r" aril 10 the '.bullocks, Ihiv Inn price being Dtuini.'ti 'Tor a bullock from llridsrewsiter ark, which \vas , purchased by .Mi'. W. r.iuiiis, butcher, of Rendl-:o, 'for tlfi Os: also a shorlhorn heifer from iiial, which was much admired, anil was otil fill' 10s. The balance of tin ai'iJinf-', arter allow'',us for about iiO -o-hi nltoc.ks. was ;mde u:> of wry niiiMiins descriptions of cows ami heifers. There vas a full attendance of tin: trade, and three of the Melbourne buyers were ope rating.-' Prices on the whole were ,1 re ilex on .the previous nitirket rales.- '«ood voalors are:-in demand; but for any store S31'vthtj'rirti? * I* iluB, and i-rieeS'.'ivf; ; tallied are \'er>' low. v

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Barr Creek Salt Question. THE COMMISSION'S ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 21 August 1914

Barr Creek Salt Question. THE COMMISSION'S ATT ITUDE. The executive committee at a re-' cent meeting of- landholders' called:"''"' to protest against the running of Meat! drainage into the Barr, held a meeting- last Saturday, when the following correspondence was rea<! from Mr. Myitis OTirien: The Secretary State Rivers and Water Sup ply Commission. Sir,- , I have been consulted by a Com 111 it tec appointed at a public meet in.if of settlers on the Harr Creek to direct vonr attention to the injur ious effects upon the stream and its distributaries and consequently up on the domestic and stock supply dependent thereon paused by the noxious matter* which are bfiinfr discharged thereinto by means of the Channel connected with the- ' Mead Settlement. Ivxamination of the water in the Barr Creek below the intake referr ed to has been made and experi ments show it to be unfit for drink ing, and that the Creek has been and is very seriouslv affected. Its bad effect upon animal a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

W I^CVERY SCHUTZE aco, ^ Pure Woollen 5 UNDERWEAR * tl ." Manufacturers. Ladies, Gentlemen'i »nd Children's CombinatioBS, Siagiets And Drawers, etc., made to measure. Price ' Lists and Samples on application BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 182 Collins-street. Takt Lift VEST-POCKET DICTIOHAIT .otM. M.XO tkw* i ?" n © i hvlgoratl rig and ft sustaining P^ver .. %hAPPS Itt amply verified by oapablo authorities W. MORGAN » CO.. 230-8 8WANSTON ST., MELBOURNE Telophonoi 1006. Manufaclurora of Tents, Tarpaulins, Riok Covers, Flags, eto. Also, all of tho abovo can bo had on Hire, Veran dah and Window Blinds a Specialty. Importers of Oanras, Duck, Twine, Bunting, oto. ASSURANCE ?0 LIMITED. FOB FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, WORKERS' C0MPEN . . . SATION INSURANCE. . . . ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED. W itHRli NOT RKPHESKXTEU.* F-sli Particulars ou applii'nlioA to DALGETY & CO. LTD., MKI.T!01"RNE. (Managers for Victoria.) kflTADATIO ft K PEBBUNfNTLY CVUS IV Hrdfltldt, Llreraad Kidney TYoabUt, ?V ...

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Several inventions of interest- are included in applications for Lettors Patent recently tiled in the Melbourne Patent Ollico by Messrs. G. G. Turn bourne, for their clients. A selection of these wiU be found umlerinention A >h:it*t attachment for gigs 'and like chicle is used to enable n master horse to he harnessed at one side of a colt which is 10 he driven in the shafts fov the purpose of being bro ken in. Olossrs. K. J. Russell and 11. H. Paino, oi Cresuick. Victoria). A portable machine of light weight for the purpose of cutting apples into rabbit baits. In this machine one action of the loot will cut an apple up into a number of rods »>r columns, and one stroke of a multiple trans verse knife by hand will slice the whole of tin* columns so a> to make cube* or dice. (Mr. 0. K. Rowland. of llroad ford, Victoria.) A spring wheel of that kind which fawr t he use oi the solid rubber tyro in-te.;ul of the pneumatic, is construct ed on tho principle of...

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PATRIOTISM AT ROCHESTER [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

PATRIOTISM AT ROCHIvSTKR At a largely-attended and mo-t enthusiastic patriotic meeting, rep resentative of all classes anil creeds, which was held at Rochester last week, a stun of no less than £>-il was collected in the room in aid of the war relief funds. This amount was further increased to .£351 4s 4d shortly afterwards. In the course of its report the "Express" says:-In order to participate in some slight degree in the actual stress of warfare hitherto never ex perienced in our sunny land a num ber of local citizens are going to practice self-denial in regard to their daily rations which, in the past, have been unstinted. A little less butter and a little less jam. meat and vegetables will take the form of the sacrifice decided w. Smokers will nnr.se their supplies, and their libations v. iil v_ fewer and longer lingered 'j-'j:. A spirit of thrift is already in the cause of the stiiitrm;; hood, and it may be truly \ the war has amongst o'.b'.-r 15 truly exemplified thbtA-1 i...

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WHO ARE SCIENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

WHO ABE SCIENTISTS. "His work is valuable, and generally correct as lar as it goes, but until ho ; has broadened his viewpoint, \\iso dairymen will regard his eliorts out side of his particular laboratory du ties as potentially dangerous," thus says D.S. Burcli in tho * arm and i'iro sioo in writing of the "dairy scientist." His characterisation of the "dairy scientist" both grotesque and crude. He commits tho error he condemn* in others and wriws as one wuii authority Ho misleads his audieuce by calling laboratory assistants and-analysts sci entists. - As a matter .of fact/ these men, jast from coiiegeA working for dairyIteaiWibOttrxls; etc.,' are no more to be classed as scien tists than are bookkeepers and account ants in our banks and ofiices f«r bo called financiers. Brick layers and carpenters might as well be class^nl as arciutects. iJookkeepcrs way become financiers, carpenters may becomo arch itects, .and laboratory assistants may become scientists/ but each has a long road...

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PRACTICAL WORK AT COHUNA. THE "SHILLING-A-WEEK-CLUB" ACCEPTED VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

PRACTICAL WORK AT » , COHUNA. . THE "SHILLING-A-WEEK C-'LUB" ACCEPTED VOLUNTEERS. In 110 part of the British Junpire lias there been a greater expendit ure of patriotic feeling over the war than at Cohutia: but in few places has there !>ecn so little really done in the way of timely prac tical assistance. And yet there are probably few country districts where the people are better off. I'crvor is allowed to evaporate in empty talk. Reflecting on this rather im proachful state of affairs u uum'ier of local gentlemen decided to make an immediate practical start by the formation of what is known as' 'The Column .Shilling-a-Wock ' ClnJ)." As the name sufficiently indicates, memlicrs pledge themselves to sub scribe a shilling each week to the War Relief Fund while the conflict lasts, or until such time ns spccial monetary ifasistance shall be deemed nccessary. The principle of association is simplicity itself, and may !>e earnestly recommended to other distcicts; for while it en ta...

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PASTORAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

PASTORAL TOPICS. During tho. past season tiio ravages of tno sheep fly post havo boen very sevoro throughout almost tho wholo of tho pastoral country of tho Common wealth. An viiormous amount! oi work and oxponso has been entailed oy mustoring and yarding, so that tho sheep might bo inspected and dressed, iho amount of crutchings dealt with in tno market shows how widely that policy has been adopted. Tlio death roll has been heavy in some cases, and taken altogether it is estimated that tho ravages of tho post havo materially affected tho anticipated increase in the clip now being grown. In this connection, an interesting suggestion has boon made by Mr H. G. von Laubenfoldo, who attributes tho activities of tho fiy to tho exces sive quantity of yolk in ilexes now adays. There is no doubt that the Vermont strain, as stated by this cor respondent^ produced very yolky wool and tho suggestion is that to do away with tho scent of the yolii is tho lirs>i step to foil tho blowzy. Ho rec...

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A SPECIAL DONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

A Sl'KCIAL DONATION. A movement is on foot having as its object the handing over to the I/ufv Ferguson's War Relief Fund of two sums of public monev that have lone been lying in the bank unused for want of a suitable object on which to expend them. One of these represents a sum of about ,?l2, and was originally raised in aid of a cottage hospital. The other amounts to /-9, and is the proceeds of a local hospital Sunday collection taken up a year or twn ago. It was decided a few months back to erect a fever chalet with the former money, lmt the amount was too small for that pur pose. The trustees (Messrs 1'. Kirbv, W. Craig and M. J. Gar ner) are pledged to use the money for the relief of suffering humanity and it is thought that 110 more des erving and suitable object could be found than tlie needs of men who suffer for the defence of the coun try. ... *. . . ' ' V A number of young men in this and surrounding districts have vol unteered for admission info the Aus tralian Expedition...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XXVII. "LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

A SERIAL STORY HY l ANNABEL GRAY. J CHAPTER XXVII. "LIFE.". *'01 s'.^ect .-.luvti/uv.. >-'! my heart's .v&l*h*«. , " voar'/tneiigo ? ?\»c d:\y* haVo* divided T.cil beyond hope-taken far out of sight Not twico in tho world shall the gods do this!" Stumor had laid Lenoro softly down on hor pillow.-sho find sunk into un coiiicioubnocii and oblnion, and tiio dull throbbing of his heart wont on. "My punishment is greater than I can bear,0 no moaned aloud, in the words ot stricken Cain when ho be .hold his murderous wurk. Sho looked white as a snowdrift, with tho blue violets in her hand. .4I havo killed her I-my darling 1 For she loved mo too welll" he mut tered brokenly. Ho believed, ho was looking on death-and death in ono i-eose it was as fax as ho was concerned. Hor cold ness warned him that sho had entered an unkown land, but there was bright ness beyond, and he almost envied hex: He drow down tho blinds carefully, roverently; ever an inarticulate, form less ache in his b...

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The Cohuna Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

The Cohuna Railway. .\n uncomfortable feelitis h;t> ta ken possession of the minds o: peo latclv that owinjr to the "nanc ,trin«encv set up by the *Tr the the work of constructuij.' railway would be indefinitely dehucd. if not stored nltojietuer. The strict limit set by the construe - tiou officers to tUe present opera tions may have had something to do with this. The feeling is reflected in a ratn er Tonsins letter which appeared ra the" Argus "? of last week, in which the writer says,: " The construction of the eartli , works on the Klmore-Colninara, I way lws been stopped, avowedh it is understood because there is no ; money available to ro on with. : This is extremely unfair to the ccm ; tractors and men encased on the ? works Small contractors for earth - | work have put themselves to coiisi ?derable expense in tixuiR up their I teams and establishing camp-. ! in the belief that when they coin ' pitted their small earthwork sect ions. others would !>e thrown open for comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

For Sale. Kour gotxl Gifts, Two sccoiul-liniul Abbott Buggies farmer's strong- Waggonette, suitable for pin or milk carting. J. A. DIvAKIN, KKKANC. CAUKIAtiK I-ACTOHV, KKKANO. FODDER SEEDS. Smith's Seeds and Plants are sold on Honor. Try Them. Write for iitiorntion for seeds delivered at your, nearest Railway Station, Iiclow Melbourne prices. flcst imported Dwarf Kssex Rape, Hunter River and other teudiug varieties of f,uri>r»e, Sorghmns. Millets. Turnips, tile wonderful new fodder plant. Silver llecl. and Smith's famous strains of l-'ield Carrot and Champion Manuel. Jist. 1K64.] CM\0. SMITH, Seed and I'lant Merchant, HAI.I.AKAT C.iMloi;iK"t l-'rci'. Mctlxmrite mlilri'M : llnx 16H Q.P.I). ;nr~tfCT->:.r -- -m-ru--; !:.p ,-:jrf :r ' *viv :-: JOHN MCKENZIE KING, Cohuna Store and Biitter Factory MISS STEWART, Milliner, has gone to . ?? ?. Melbourne to purchase the latest styles in ' 1 1 Millinery, Costumes, Blouses and General Drapery. . ' V MeanwhilcTam * Great Reductions in all ...

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LIVESTOCK MAKES AGRICULTURE PERMANENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

LIVESTOCK MAKES AGRICUL TURE PERMANENT. ''.very (rue farmer desires to fol low 11 system of ngriuulturo flint will not only keep up (ho fertility of tlio land lint, where possible, improve it. Tl.oro are ways oI' keeping tlio form ."-!> I» It.< 6'iviiml fertility without liiivi!<n !;, hut i0 in far easier, more pile In';; tiilil iruro profitable when livestock is kept. Livestock not only belong.-; on every farm for tlio bene f.vint effect it lias upon tlio soil, but iiivitiiKo it brings forth a greater dc n>Hii.l for knowledge anil understand-, ing which in itself is attractive mid . interesting. Furthermore, livestock , gives nn opportunity to feed a large 1 amount of material .which would iic phrey in speaking of livestock and permanent ngriculturo says: "There must ho a permanent ngri eiilture if people are to continue to increase in number and strength, and live in a fair degree of prosperity. Livestock farming, by virtue of its offering a home market...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

- TARPAULINS. FLYS, HORSE RUGS, . . ' ? FLAGS, PIG NETS, WATER BAGS, ---- CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS,-; Best Quality and Workmanship' at Lowest Prices. OIL COATS'aiul KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. ' LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR HIRE. WRITE FOB QUOTATIONS FOB ALL KINDS OF OANVAS GOODS. '"nmtry Orders Promptly Attended to. T. Chamberlin (Late J. HARWOOD), HARGREAVES ST.' (Opp. Savings Bank), BENDIGO. Fiirtiiture Sale r -S-* * >' ' - rtT# , MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. OAK SIDEBOARD, 6ft'. .. .. .. .. £16 io 0 NOW £11 10 o OAK DININGROOM SUITE . . . . 12 10 o NOW S 10 0 CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft .. 710 0 NOW 410 o OAK BEDROOM SUITES .. .. .. 1910 o NOW 1510 o .?SOLID WALNUT OVERMANTELS . all Bevelled Glass, from ...... r....... o 19 6 ..?.?WICKER SETTERS .. 30/-, NOW 21/-each. FOLDING. WARDROBES .. .. ;; . .14/6, NOW 7/11 each. WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASH ORDERS - DURING SALE. CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CROCKERY -GLASSWARE .EQUALLY REDUCED. MORLEY JOHNSON'S, ...

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Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, Aug. 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

Cohuria Farmers' Weekfy. Friday, Aug. 28, 1914. Horse Killed.-A light brown horse of the raniell breed, belong ing to Mr G. Stanton, met with an j untimeiv death a few (lays ago. It j had strayed into -Mr C. H. MeDon- | aid'* stable vnrtl. When approach-: cd it tried to jump ?'> I'01"'T fence -and was horrihlv ?take«. The animal wandered down into the town where it was eventually put out of ils misery by a merciful pis tol shot. Lkc.ai.-I'ersons having claims against the estates of George Wal ker Morrison late of Gomi N . W . grazier, deceased, are ofhcially not ified that particulars of such claims must lie forwarded to Mr._ Myle> O'Brien, of Victoria street, kerang, solicitor for the estate. AN AITAUKNT Simcuik. A swag-nun was found (lead in a tent belonging to Mr. A. Uangott, at Lake Meran, near Kerang, on Monday moring. On examination it was discovered that he had ap parently shot himself in the head with -a Winchester rifle, which was found between his legs. t he body was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

. ? ? ? ?: . Auctioneers. . Shackeli White and Co. _ .. (Established 1864.) STOCK and LAND AGENTS. E?HUCAt GV.XBOWER, BAR. " HAM AND kVABRAM.. lEcKnca Sale-Every Saturday. Gunbower Sale-First Mon day inmonth. - -Trust moneys to lend at lowest rates. Farms for salt or to let in Gp'ullnirn Valley, Kehtica unci Riveriha districts. Store Sheep and Cattle always for Sale. Particulars on application to Shackell, White & Co. Pty. Ltd. Auctioneers, Ecliuca. Geo. Bence & Co., Stock and Station Agents Trust Moneys at Lowest Kates. Live Stock and Fire Insurances Kflfected. A number of properties for sale. Clearing Sales conducted any where in tlie State. Cohuna Sale Day, Andrew S. Muir & Co. (Andrew S. Muir) STOCK & STATTON AGENTS Head Office KERANCi Branches Cohuna, Lake Boga and Swan Hill Kerang Sheep and cattle sales every second Friday. Pig sales every alternate Friday. Cohuna Stock Sale. Last Tues day in every month. Land a:"' Glaring Sales a speciality Dis...

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BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Monday, August 24. SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

BKNDIGO STOCK MARKET. Monday, August SHKEP. There was an average yarding-of" sheep for sate to-day tne monieq>ai varus, Uendigo, every class hum# icpreseni^u. The i'i(Jil supply, anoui ;jvut), w.is made up of tlio usual proportion of road wis, and 27 (ruens by raU. Two Metoournu representatives were operating, and the usual local and outside butchers. Ttie bulk of the supply was jusi nieuly sheep, ft Mr proportion of good to pnrne, and the balance store lines of crossbred , wethers, weaners, and ewes with lambs at foot. The private .sales -were much the scum) as last week's, and on the whole no alteration In prJoea , ean . be quoted. TJie same applies to the sales by auction. Everything well conditioned realised rates quite on an equal with lale reduced quotations, but any sheep drying off, or sheep of medium quality were hard to quit at lower prices. These ami just meaty sorts suffered a decline of is to Is r.d per head on the genera] lone of Hie markel. .The following arc some ...

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KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday, 21st August 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 28 August 1914

KERANG STOCK MARKET. . Friday, 21st August 1914. , Andrew S. Muir and Co. report having held their usual fortnightly stoclc sale at their yards 011 the above date, for which only a small yarding of cattle came forward. Fat cattle met with good competition, and sold at prices equal to late ruling rates. Working bullocks, good condition, were in fair demaud and prices ob tained were satisfactory to vendors. With the exception of springers, which sold at late ruling rates, all other classes of cuttle were hard to quit at low prices. We yarded 73 cattle. Quotations.-Fat cows-£6 17s to £7 7s 6d; beefy do. £5 to £5 14s; working bullocks, good condition, £s 12s; others, £7 5s to £7 8s; veal ers, £2 Is to .63; 2 year old steers, beefy, £-i 4s; old cows, choppers, £l to £2 10s; young cattle, £l 7s; pod dies, Ss.

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