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MELBOURNE SOTCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

MELBODEA'E &T0CK REPORT. ': Dalkabot, Campbblc; akd Co. report the week's supply offetCAttieat 800 head, Prices areu'i»ltered,iiy6e«t beef 17s 6d to 20s per 100 lbs; or best bullocks, £7 to £8. Fat sheep are Still largely supplied, 54-lba shorn wethers ar» worth 6s 6d ; shorn ewes, 40-lbs, ai* q'loted at Gs. Power, Botbbkfobd, akd Co. reporl that 764 head of eattleilrsn yarded, there were Jew of prime quality, and prices were the same as last week ; they sold 198 from Mur nuabidges. mixed sexes, at an average of & 18s. 30,000 shsep and iambs ware offered, many of infei ior quality ; tk« markets arc vsry dull, and clearances an effected with diffi culty. ' ' ?

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COACH ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

COACH ACCIDENT. The Tammorth Examintr reports ' that early on Thursday morning last an accident occurred to the mail from Armidale, the result of which was some; what serious. It appears that the coach, driven by O'Dell, had gone to a point on the road about twenty-eight miles on the Tamworth side of Armi dale, about 2 o'clock on Thursday morning. There were several passengers in the coach at the time, besides the guard, and the night was fine end clear, the moon Bhining -out brightly. As the vehiole, ap proached a very narrow part of $he road, on ono side of which there is a steep fall into the hush, the horses suddenly shied at a man and 'horse' on the roadway, and bolted down the declivity at top speed. The driver was thrown from his seat at - the sam» moment, and the frightened animals, now released r ? ? a ? 1 _-11 ? 3 *1 ? 1. Ai' t ? I. i ' jrom uoDiroj, gauopeu inrougn sn« ousn at a terrjfio pace. The mail guard jumpedbfffor.tunately without having eustained -any1 injury j^Tj...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANARO ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

MANARQ ELEOTION. Tuesday last being the polling day for a member for this distriot, Oooma presented an unusual appearance A large number of persons came into town, and throughout the day the excitement was kept up. Notwithstanding that bat 215 persons voted in Cooma, a larger number came to town. Shortly after 4 p.m. the Returning Officer, Mr. P. J. J. Clifford, announced outside the Court-house the number of votes recorded for each candidate, which announcement was received-.with cheers. Mr. W. Gbahamb then addressed the electors present. He said in his' opinion he stood before .them as a beaten candidate, and though he did not expect to go to Svdney again as their representative, he returned his sincere thanks to the sixty-seven electors who hBd reoorded their votes for him. He trusted the man they sent down this time in his plaoe would exert himself as much for them and the district as lie had done. Considering the number of Votes recorded againBt him in Cooma he was under the im...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUNYAN ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

BUNYAIT, ANNUAL BAOES. - , Saturday last will be long remembered as ?% red' letter day at 'Bunyan, upwards of -250 -holiday seekerB having assembled at the Flare to witness the sports of New Year's Day, 1870. - HoBt Oullen had strained every, nerte to make 'the japes a grand success, and had it not been for his forethought the stewards (in the unavoidable* ^absence of Ae other gentlemen) who carried but the programme of the day,- Messrs. Cronin and Spring, -must have suc cumbed to the onerous duties impOBed upon them. Mr. William Cosgrove (at the request of the stewards) kindly consented .to act as judge; it is almost needless to say that -he ablv performed his duties. ' Over,' well mounted and in full bloom, undertook tbe responsibility -of starter in -oonju.no: tion with that of clerk of the course. W. B.,in his capacity of starrer, was found a good match for one or two of the knowing cards' who contested for some of the prizes, 'and who are generally to be met with upon ahy cours...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

The hurry, bustle, and excitement consequent upon the recent election of a representative for this dig trust in the, new Parliament has at length subsided, and' matters are now beginning to assume their wonted Appearance, The fist pronounced by the electors of Hanaro on this occasion has been in favor of Mr. EQAtr, but the struggle has been ex ceedingly severe, warmly contested, and carried through with a spirit of independence seldom— if ever before — experienced in this district. We -cannot say we are sorry Mr. GtBABAHB has been defeated ; but, under ell circumstances, it is a matter of congratulation to thatgentleman to know that he still noaaesses tha aniira mnfl^miM nf » large number of the «lectorj of this district. On Tuesday last, when the rough state of the poll taken at Cooma was announced by Mr. Cuffobd, the Returning Officer, Mr. Grahame told the electors .he hoped the gentleman they sent down this time would do as well for them as he had done. It bus bean asserted Mr. (...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

ECLII'SES. 1870. I \b the year 1870 there »iU fcesiiedi|««. four of the Sun and tiro of «ho Mom:— { 1. A total eclijiseof the Moon, January 17thand IStii, visible in Australia. ; Fir* contact lritinlieriiauoir ? IT 11 I.Si..m. I Beginnbi£of total idiase(ISth) .... 16 12 a.5a-in. Middle of ediiwe ? lS12 5l-2am. End of total l.liase ? 16 1 Uiiin. I Lan contact with slia.loo' ? IS ± 4O.- a.m. ? 2. A iiaitial eclipse of the 6ttn, January nisi, invisible in Australia. \ 3. Aiiartial edi|«of llieEnn.JiineSatli, viBnrfe inlbep»iith-eartejTiC.^of Aobtralia. 1 At Sydner, tlie eclipse be^in* June ?.*t]i, 9b. 12m. am.; greatest edijaK, Sh. 4SnL a.m. ; eclipse cuds, !-h. 23m. a.ni. At S4S u, 0.2of the Sun's diamater iriU be eclipsed. 4. A tMal etdi|Me of the SIoou, July 13th, invisible in Australia. I 5. A partial ecliiKe of tlje Sun, Julv 2Mji, inviMble in Au.stnli.-i. -i. A partial eclipse of the Sun, December 22nd— £-nL invisible iu Australia. CHRONOLOGICAL NOTES FOR 1870. Golden Number ? 9 ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ESSAY ON WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

ESSAY ON WATER.SUPPLY. Mb. Mora's act in placing ten guineas in the hands of the society for the purpose of drawing out a good treatise on the storage of water for pastoral purposes, is likely to be followed by a better result than he anticipated. The council, perceiving the importance of the proposal, withheld the announce ment of the prize until such a sum should be obtained aB wonld be likely to command the atten tion of competent men, and induce those to compete who are capable of making an acceptable addition to our knowledge. The wisdom of the delay is -rovea .oy tne result, a mucn wider ecope having been given to the inquiry than was at first proposed. Instead of ten guineas, the sum of ono hundred and twenty-five guineas has been subscribed, the names of its contributors being inserted in the report of the society's proceedings during the month. The scope of the inquiry to be instituted appears from the following draft drawn for the guidance of com petitors; — L_ TpEOEBTlCAS...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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EXECUTION OF ARCHIBALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

EXECUTION OF ARCHIBALD, At 8 o'clock on the morning of December 22 the last sentence of the law was carried out on Alexander Archibald in Rockbampton gaol. Ahout a quarter before 8, the prison bell began to toll, and tbe mournful procession moved from tbe condemned cell to the enclosure where the scaffold stood. A considerable numberof persons — about 100 — had assembled to witness tbe execution. Thn condemned man walked into the enclosure firmly and calmly, his eyes wandering over the familiar faces gathered round the scaffold. Tbere was a look of resignation on his features free from any bravado, and his demeanuur throughout was that of one who submitted calmly to his fate, and was prepared to acceptit with fortitude and Christian resignation. The Rev. Mr. Carson walked beside tbe prisoner, reading (he funeral service. Behind came the Rev. Mr. Jenkyn and the Rev. Mr. Hartley, and the gaol officials. Archibald was dressed in a dark tweed suit, Crimean sbitt, and no necktie or colla...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. MULLENS AT THE WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

MR. MULLENS AT THE WILLIAMS. At the nomination forthe Williams, on Monday, Mr. W. H.Mullens, one of the candidates said — The reason he appeared before the electors was this : their Ute representative had been a thick and tbin supporter ?f the Martin Parkes Government. They had never seen any good motion for the benefit of thn district or the colony proceeding from Mr. Nowlan. i He bad never expressed an opinion worthy of a legislator, or introduced a thought emanating from his own brain. He gave a short story of how the late Government had commenced, and how they had ended. He was glad to know that the elections of last week had given Mr. Robertson nine strong supporters. — tbe Singleton election particularly bad been a great blow to the other side ; and he 'hoped they would in this election send in a tenth. (Cheers and laughter.) In 1861, a land' bill wasintroduced which did not suit the magnates of the land. Under this bill 24,000 free selections bad been taken up to last year, a...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

THE PRINCE OF WALES. Some weeks since we gave from the corres v porident of a New York journal a highly eulo gistic account of the Prince of Wales. His Eoyal Highness was represented by the writer ?of^that communication as a perfect model of what a Prince, a husband, a father, and a Christian gentleman ought to be. The writer of tbe following notice, goes into the opposite extreme, and makes bis iloyal Highness a very dissipated naughty person indeed. In all probability, the Prince is neither so' good as lie is described by one writer, nor so bad as ' be is said to be by the other;' and perhapB the one nor the other of them wrote with any ?other object than to create a sensation, or to ?fill tbe letter with matter cure to attract the attention of the reader. (Ftom th* Corrapjmdence of the JSete York Herald.) London, October 4, 1869. — As you are no doubt aware from report, the heir to the British throne is, as alleged, neither given to observe the seventh commandment, nor does he at...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE TWO HUNDRED MILES RIDE. MOWRY WINS—AVERAGE OF TWENTY-TWO MILES AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

THE TWO HUNDRED MILES BIDE. .VOWST WIK6— AVERAGE OF TWBNTT-TWO IDLES AN HOCB. 'Ok Sunday, the ride of two hundred miles over the Bay View Park Course, for a purse of 1000 dollars and the champion medal of California, ?took place in the presence of a large number of persons. The riders were William Walsh and Nel. Mowry, both of whom have made* -some most astonishing rides, and claimed the ?championship. Each man had twenty horses, -with a reserve of five, which were to be called into requisition only in case any thing should happen to any one of the twenty. The ride commenced at 10 o'clock a.m., and during the first two hours the prospects of Walsh were decidedly favourable. He rode with ease and grace, and hi* animals appeared to have more speed than those of his antagonist. Mr. Mowry, however, was strategetic ; he brought -out his poor animals first, and reserved bis best for the final contest. He too, was a ?graceful rider, sitting a horse with as much ?ease as if he had been born...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

COOMA PRICES CURRKNT. £ s. d. £ i. d Bread per Sib loaf ? 0 0 6 to 0 » 0 Butter (fresh) per lb ? 0 16 0 0 o Butter (salt) per 1b... ? 0 10 0 1s Beef per lb ? 0 0 4 0 0 o Mutton per lb ? 0 0 3 0 0 o Bacon per lb ? 0 0 6 0 0 7 Cheese per lb ? 0 0 0 0 0 0 . Potatos per cwt ? 0 6 0 0 6 0 Hay per ton ? 12 0 0 13 0 0 Flour (firsts) per ton ? 20 0 0 0 0 0 Flour (seconds) per ton ? 19 0 0 0 0 0 Straw per ton ? 2 10 0 8 0 0 Maize per bushel ? 0 6 0 0 7 0 Oats per bushel ? 0 9 6 0 10 0 Wheat per bushel ? 0 6 0 0 6 6 Onions per lb ? 0 0 5 0 0 6 Milk per quart ? 0 0 0 0 0 n Eggs per dozen ? 0 16 0 I 9

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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TERRIBLE STORM IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

TERRIBLE STORM IN AMERICA. A FEARFUk storm occurred in America on Oc tober 4. In Albany, and some distance west, ward on the Central Railroad, trains were de layei and culverts were washed away. The Mohawk River was 10 feet abore low water mark, and several breaks in the Erie Canal occurred. On the Hudson River Railroad, the water on the track lay a foot deep. In Connecticut, a dam and machine shop at Pem oerwicRe were carried away, ana one roan crushed to death, and nine or ten others seriously injured. The loss is estimated at ebout 190,000 dollars. Tbe Harlem Rail, road track, north of Millerton, was washed away, and the bridge of Copeke was rapidly wearing away. Tbe Delaware was twenty feet higher than usual. A portion of the Erie Railroad track, between Port Jervis and De posit, was washed away. The greatest damage seems to have been done st and near Phila delphia; where the wharves were submerged by the swollen Sdhuykill, and lumber, coal, and even railroad cars were carried a...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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QUEANBEYAN PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

QUEANBEYAN PRODUCE MARKETS. £ s. d. ' £ s. d. Wheat per bushel ? 0 5 0 to 0 5 6 Flour per ton ? „.... 16 0 0 18 0 0 Bran per bushel ? 0 10 0 0 0 MaUe, per bushel ? 0 4 f 0 S 0 Barley per bushel ? 0 3 6 0 0 0 Oats per bushel ? 0 3 6 0 4 9 Hay per ton ? ft 0 0 0 0 0 Buffer per lb ? 0 0 10 0 10 Cheese per lb ? 0 0 0 0*0 Bacon per lb ? 0 0 S 0*0 , Eggs per dozen ? 0 0 9 0 9 0 Potatos per cwt ? 0 J 0 C 6 ? Carriage Goulbura to Queanbeyan, ton 3 0 0 0 0 0

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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THE SPALPEEN. CHAPTER. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

THE SPALPEEN. f By P. McTeagut, Xkqtt CHAPTER. HI. Tcav*TKus ?« iiiout man*? proved advisCble.— Pedlon : & dtnrcrausT)iisine88.— Tipperarrquitkly trarorsed without rbrokeu bcncs ffortunate).— S»ble glimpse of the county of Limerick.— Night aArentore.— Return of Sjalpeen.— S^feing «gument againit wMsters. Otrn honest spalpeen baring exchanged courtesies of Ms pipe Frequently with the :--t'-*m-m, and. given and received an over ?flowinu budget of news, leM himself down to sleep, &od with early dawn recommenced kr«! iourney. To those unacquainted with Ireland, it may appear singular with what \ flipftuitioD great distances are performed on , foot by people of this description,— nay, , ♦Torj by little boys, or 'gossoons,' who have bean known to keep np a sort of trot ,, thirty.fi ve milea in the course af a day, One sight more Connor would be obliged to&ek ? a hospitable shelter and fireside; but the1 third would bring- bira to' his own lowly cabin, onee more to ...

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRAIDWOOD PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

BRAIDWOOD PRODUCE MARKETS. £ e. d. £ a. d Flour (fine) per ton ? 16 0 Oto 0 0 0 Flour (seconds) ? 15 0 0 0 0 0 Wheat per bushel ? 0 6 9 0 0 0 Bread per 21b loaf ? 0 0 S 0 0 0 Bran per busbel ? 0 13 0 0 0 Maize per bushel ? '. ? 0 4 6 0 0 0 Barley per bushel ? 0 4 6 0 0 0 Oats per bushel|J ? 0 4 6 0 0 0 Fotntos (new) per ton ? 3 0 0 4 0 0 Hay (oaten) per ton ? 3 0 0 4 0 0 Butter (fresh) per lb ? 0 0 9 0 10 Cheese per lb ? 0 0 6 0 0 0 Bacon per ID ? 0 0 6 0 0 0 Eggs per dbzen ? 0 0 9 0 OlO

Publication Title: Manaro Mercury, And Cooma And Bombala Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

WMtM COMPANY V^''7^-pamws; ;' ; ,.,'.; :- ?-?;:?' :-A aFBGU&^fflftXG ? ! ? /^kP «m p&OY^IO^L pJSEpTpBa willJba Xff '.held! in the BOARD-ROOM. Mechanics* tnititute, Gtlilbur'i1, : . ' .' ?? ?' - !^ Qn 'tue»4$$,i the Jlth Iustaut, at half-past 2 p.rpi. preoiseiji- ,on business of importance. . , .. '? '...-.; t A full attenclaiioe is particularly requested. ' . ' 'T 'S.S. BELCHHR,') '' 'rB: '-. ' - ? ?'?--? S.EMANUEL, ' j.Hon. 0eo«. . ? Kebember 81, 1869. '..';'. MEAT.PRESERVIIVCl COMPANY , ' jXIM&TEDI. -! Af OfeNER AX MEETING vjti$ ^Ii'e SHARESOLDBRS will ber beld lfa V/v' ttad BOARD-BOOMi Mechanics' Institute, ,€hlulbarnj ' .-? ?! '?? ; ? ? ' ; '. :- ? «n Tuesday^ the 18th Instant, , v . '?? At half-patt.2 o*olook pitanprebtoely, ifor the purpose of .ELBOTINO- FIVE DIREO TOSS anjl KWQ: AUOJTOR3, and ; transacting ,suoh other bysipets as. may be brought before the !CAKI)TDil.tElS fpr 'the Ofloe' of ' DiBEOTOR or AUDITOR *ill teHqulrfcd to give SEVEN ?DAYS' NOT...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. A larob quantity of wool was offeredat public sales without inducing much competition. Tbe principal portion of the catalogues was bought in at vendors' reserves. Fleeessold at 9&d to ltd, scoured at 9d to 16|d, greasy at Ski to «d. Sheepskins were in request at full rates. Annexed are par* ticulars of sales. Jakes Devun.— JAR, 17 bales flexe wool at 12Jd, 1 looks and pieces at 4d, 1 mixed at 5Jd ; BMcA, 18 fleen at 1131d. In small lots, 4 locks and pieces at 8d, 1 scoured at 9i, 2 greasy at 8}d, pelts at Id, sheepskin* at 3d to Sd. Bbkwbtkk and Tbkbkck. — BRENT) A, Shales fleece wool at 12fd, S at 1 1 J, and one at 9 : BW, 9 scoured at ISJd, 6 at 13, 1 and 10, 1 blocks and looki at 8d, 3 bellits, pieoss, and locks at 7d per lb. Richardson ahd Wmkch.— HL, 10 bales greasy at 61d per lb, 1 looks at Hi, 6 fleece at 11}, 1 greasy at «d, Z fleece it! Bid; sheepskins TaUjd to Sd. ' lawiN and Tcwraa.-- IW, S bales flaeos wool at lljd ; JMoverD.8 at lSld; AS over ...

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IRWIN AND TURNER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

^..I&lFmaABJX mUJZKEMW.&E&OEW. : Wool : There is nofh^Bg^impmtonpe to^port it thi^. 1?CtWs ldTsjPa^WS^Bs^7^?fts'6dp*JjhWe!' ttitUbtt iOnrololiBgBateoftheyeK, «iihou(hjrellAtttn4ea' fav the usual buvecs, passed off Quietly . A .long catajoine iWe#ak*«,P«9W)-..u ???-?.. j'»ii! ??_-.;'. :,..!?? ..?...?'. % '4

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Manaro Mercury, and Cooma and Bombala Advertiser — 8 January 1870

aOULBURN STOCK MARKET. F. 8. Cobkn a*d Co.— Fat Cattle: remain firm at last week's qqotations. W« haves drift to nil on Tuesday next ; and quote best bullocks, £6 to £6 10s ; medium to good, £4 15a to £5 10s. Store Oattl* : No sales to report, nor yet any alteration to note in prioes. We have a draft of very good cattle ©oming forward next week. Quotations : All bullocks, . 70s to 80s ; equal sexes, 55s to 65. Fat Sheep : Tbe market Is not quite so buoyant at last week. Prims wethers- are worth bmi 6s Ito 7s, aosordlng to weight and quality. We sold .400 wethers, on ocoount of Mr.. Thos. .Glennan, at 6s 3d. Store 8heep : Wo sales to report. Wethen can bt quoted at from 3s 9d to 4s 94 ; ewes 3s to 4«.

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