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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

PRIDt Y, OCTOB It 2 1863. A i?,TTER fromn Mr. R. Bennison in our columns of to day, 'addressed to the chairman and gentlemen who may he assembled at the Turf Hotel on Monday next, is well worth the serious consideration of the owners of landed property il, North Gipps, land, Narrow aod selfish policies have long been tile bane of the dis triot-they have been the mysterious bugbear which has ever stood in the way of our progression, and happy will be the day when more liberal and more enliglhted minds will take a part in our councils, and drive the skeleton spectre out of the chair it has so long occpied, If we look at time original boundaries of the thrce proposed Road Boards, and examine closely the objects of the promoters, we must regret to lini that there is no open policy, that self pervades and rainiflies throgh every part of the proposals, anl that the general interests of the district are neglected iti the attempt to isolate vertain por tioism from their surroummling neigh h...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

T•o ,' :i EDn mt o r ,o ,TjP t E ',e , 1c .ITlU - . r Sii,---HI w jice it; turai s~ne to beon ;editor, t ccli ? trice asn much iihmkimntas enver yothaveI d nidnd l,,. ind:kidfuw t whitiwtill' ~icere i witLh, ecpeoat noIt c tlttiotc , ulit ply beeci6t 8 in a prinht. Thereinhny be as inaci elieds i in't as t lthire is mllicc i i i crsnss.cut sivw, ii?il aft nuchI t point as there is strdghtness n cork-screw- - still, it is in print, iand thicough firce of hal it or our ihbitual respect for, every thing,iu h9 t sicmpe of the great.chiminioti "f ceiilczstion- the immotall brald:sheeot-we fdll diwn'on c our knees cid worship it. It cimy be octlyr'a pilr calf we worisaip-l till.'tis' ii EghliJ h-i mai's birthright to.wcrl:iip ilie'predci Bat, notwilhsitantiling the ftregiilg, there is an expression iccutre somewher& in Kin??cear, fn follows- " Through tattered clothes'amall vices do ap. pear; and atsI was readlig the Pot Albert Albert ?'the other day-whether it was the ildea of th...

Publication Title: Gippsland Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

ROYAL EXCHANGE ZOInsE BAZAAR, AND Livery and Bait Stables, T SEWELL lh? to inform the iiha S bhitnuts of S.!lerandthe district of Gip·jsian eii o CialI , t2iE6"bh l;!, take5a tr le:ri " .- a '?:e stables, anmr trusts, 1iy cnduc:iig tihem on an idiproved principle, corbined with civility,atten ti.-n. and cheapness, to merit a share?to public pationrie. . . N.8.-J. S. will hav:e constantl on Sband Ilorses and Vehicles.fur sale or hire, at low-et rates; also, .Hon-e, brlkenoto singli or double b:arne. - . - SSATURDAY, 3ED OCTOBER. Sale by Auction.i -'- :T EW ELL will sell, at the Exchange -J. * Sale Y:ar.is. "n the above date, 12 Good -Sad.lle HIrses 5 Sadidle and larness do 8 Culrokei do do * Also, A few Mi'ch Cows Sale at 12 >'clock noon. M? DAY, 5Tr UOCTOBER. MON?-ZLY SALE AT STRATFORD. SEWELL will Sell by Auction. at SStratfilrd eir the above date, at.l" o'clock noon, 12 First-class saddle and harness HIorses And all Stock. Goods, &c., entered Sprir o 'sale. TUESDAY, .GT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

,g TO M ELBOURNE. ine screw Steamship I(EEIA will leave Port Albert every will be carried to or from Port Albert at 30s, each. S t..-Gold, 2d. per ounce. Par I " ,,,.,, ) ollounces, 14l. , for slil''aent, hnuat be entered Custonis beelf,e 10 o'cluck a.m. day of sailing. turn Ticket+s,... . ..... £5 Available tbr 14 days, freight or passage apply to 'IIULL, IO\VDIEN, & CU., [.ftreet, Port Albert. tiols at cousignees' risk when All g,,ods discharged, if not d Ifrom the w harf before 4 o'clock vill he storied at consignees' risk apense. FRENCH'S VE, HIOkSE COACH. P FArRES : ° Albert to Sale' .. (£.!10 0 Albert to Bald Hill.. 2' 0 0 to Bald Hill . .. 0 15 0 AYES the CLUB HOTEL, Sale, every 'WEDisDAY mornling, ,it 6 and returns imnmediately on arrival steamer . FRHBNCII, Proprietor. f1.-All Parcels' " by steamvboat" ded for the " Express Coach" must dressed care of Mlessrs. Johnson ilood, Port Albert;. CONVEY" NCE will leave the CLUB HOTEL hefBALD IIILL, on every MON oirning at T...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

CRICKET. by The gneral annual lmeeting of the members of thle S:ile Cricket Club, held at the Royal Ex change hotel on Wednesday, the 29th Sept.- Present : Mcssro. F. lHutchison (in the chair), J. J. Hart, Win. Patten, Win. D. Atkinson, J. Chester, It. Flint, J. Flint, Win. Guthr:dge F Dual:'ind IranmlkJebb. Propioed'by Mr. ParTs, that Mr. T. D. Dan son he re-elected President. Seconded by Mr: Dur.L, and carried. , .1. - e Proposed by Mr. J. J. IanT, thatlMr. 'Wmm Patten be Vice-President; Seconded M by Mi . thJ Flint, and carried. ' Proposed by Mr. W?r. PATTEa, that Mr. Frank Webb act as Secretary. Seconded by Mr. J. ot Chester, and carried. Proposed by Mr. CHiESTER, that Mr. Robert tl HIutchison act as treasurer. ,Seconded by Mr. O1 PATTEN, alid carried. P Proposed by Mr. F. WEon, that the Committee ir for the ensuing year be formed of the following gentlemen :-- Messrs P. Hutchison, F. Duval, a Winm. Guthridge, J. J. Ehnglish, B. Flint, J. Flint, and It. Topping. Seconded by Mr. ...

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

TOWN TALK. On Mo[nday evening, 28th September, the Rev," W. S. Login delivered tbh fifth of the .series of lectures in the M echanica' Institute. IIis sub ject wias " Modern Civil:zation." The lecture, hoswever, ptrtook more of the clheacter of the " History of Civilizat:ou." The rev. gentleman introduced his subject by showing the advane. ,tages of ci!'ilization over barbarism, and then took as a starting point the civilization which existed amongst the Egyptians, nnd thence fol lowed it through its lights and shadows to the present time. The lecturer made special allu sion to the influnnce which Rome, the Crusades, and the Reformation had on civization ; as also the tliscovery of the mnariner's compass and the art of printing. Altogetlher, the lecture was in tere.ting and instructive. A vote of tiihanks ter minated the procecdings. Thle Melbourne mailmen say that they have never seen the man? western road so had as it has been this past winter, and that as yet there is little impr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 2 October 1863

SHAKESPEARE HOTEL, STRATFORD. i AMUEL SWAN, in retiring from t the above IHotel, begs to return thanks to his friends and the public for the patronage accorded to him during the six years he has been in business. He further begs to intimate that the business will he carried on by his suc cessor, Mr. HENRY DICKINS, who he trusts will receive the same support which has been hitherto given to him. fTENRY DICKINS, in stating that he has taken the above Hotel frtom Mr. SwAs, desires to make it known to his friends up cou - try, and the public generally, that the above lHotel is replete with every can venience. and is well stocked with well selected \Vies and SPIRITS, of first rate quality. These, combined with moderate charzee, civility and attention, he trusts will secure him a continuance of the trade enjoyed by his predecessor. First-class stabling, and a good and secure paddock close to the Hotel. RE PIRING FRO~I BUSINESS ! DANIEL VI'GHEE BEGS to inform the inhabitants of SAL. atnd N...

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SEBASTOPOL EIGHT YEARS AFTER THE SIEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

SEBASTOPOL EIGHT YEARS an AFTER THE SIEGE. (PfRO rat On Sg sto POST.) th O(l arrival at Seblastop;l one is at once vi struck with the desl.ation that prevails s, ":n each side of the harhour. There, ar.e, indeed,a few guns still mounted on Frr fir Constantine, and the Ratsian ensin be waves over it, but the olther farts on the T north side are crumbling to pieces, and not a gun nor soldier is visible along the ItI whole range of these once frrmid.lle '1 works. At the entrance of the harrl, jtrt are the few worm-eaten hlks lately fri raised by Colonel Gowren, and ,tf Soti th Boay lies the admiral's steam-yacht, tit while a few coasters are ioadin with illst be ant broken shell, the reliquiie Duaaum ,If 1851-55, at the fi:rther extremitv, andi these are the representatives ,if the Rhs oian fleet in the Black sea in 1863. Landing at the quasy. where now no Ru,.ian official accots tile stnpiciou stranger, a walk of 200 yards leads to i the hotel, kept by one 3M. Witzel, for marlly lead ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

MISCELLANEOUS. - tea 'The champion race at Ballaarat on the Au lstinstresuited in an un-xp.ltel. trinmph m for this coJony, the twi Virtonri:n Hors by having come in first and second. Their; to places were-Baryeon, L ; 'oIrmi-n, 2 Archtr,3; Z ,e. 4;a :dH, ifee.5. Baro',i; b hi got ff with the lead, kept it and won hen easily, Batron carried Sat. 1Oib., as n? nit 4-ye.,r old, and Mlormronannl Archer eq t.i ha weight.s-10st 41b. The wh:e of the iat, stake was LI1.95; ,I.,r?non; r-ceiv- l din' L3'0, and Archer saves his -take. Tb It-i time was six 'ir.utes four secno, . The in t Handicap IHurdle IRce was wn,, by 31a, cn Mfoant's Tam Oct'S',ar; F;Fri.r Tuc' oer second. The Di-trict P:Ate was wvon hi vot Bosh; adl the second year of the Fifth felt Biennials by Triumph. the Is Madame E.. ,alt on the otaff of tiit our contemprrary of C.llins street. or port has the Argus a rerularly acclimnati-ed C clairvoyant of it own ? \\'e shlonil of t think ao from the fllowinz laragraph day which we ...

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DONNELLY'S CREEK September 30. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

|. fiJONEnLLY' CR1EEK ': - . , .. .. . . ptemb er 30. Nens : thiii week is not of mune interest'. The 5onlyei rdntstirring is the ;lttemipt 4 i dle by the rcefoew on the Albida to remriove the' Post. flice as welt as the 1olieefrpm, ?their presqnt'location to tint roo .f, I believe- thattho Senior Constable here li:asholken in favour of i rehoval ; I don't know'if;.it:is self-interest onr his'jii rt, but I ratherlthink it :isi. When! police' or:any otheL persons !hlo)l shares in reefs, they generally like to .b near tbem ; bt,in nmy.h nbl Opinion, if thile Podst:fie ii to be changed andl the Police idmoved;let them nbestatioried 'on Mount!Useful, right on the top,whlicli 'would give every oieo an equal distance to travel for letters. At the preo sent time, tho place where thoPost-office and camp ire situated is jiust i?d- fair,' aid in the centre bf'll lreeofs and at 'e'jil distiii'o up s.nd'edown ereek. _The nuniberlof popleo'6'o the" Crino line at present is 63 ;!between that'and ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

TO TIO EDirPOR OF 'TIE IPI'SLA.ND 'TIlEB. Stn,--I should be glad to know under what principle of the Blritish constitution it is that Governllent money is expended by private con tract. I w:is always led to believe that ?l hlic tenders wero eonsiderald necesvaory for any work of magnitmle, blut I expect, like "Trotty Yeek," that I :amn wrong ag.ain." It is tnow some COn siderable timeo sineo a tender was called for doing anly work on the PIrt Albhrt road, novertheless contracts are being continually taken lup, and though the public say that ao Box of Flints has Sbee provided for the maintenance of the road as other material is to be found, other persons be lieve they could produce material fully as good, and at much less cost. A very short time since, the Government consented to give a sum of money for clearing a road to Stringer's Creek, provided the diggers showed their earnestness by building a bridge over the Thomson. Imme diately on receipt of this information, communi cations ...

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THE FIRST DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

TH-IE FIRST DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN VICTORIA. In a leuctur uon this subjecatat Kyneten, on \elieesdy evening last, Mr. Tucker, I.L.A. moade the following statemouts, is repurted in the Kiuleton Guardaian. 'ie irlived in the colony in the year 1842, and resided ou the l'lenty River, not far (roLm Wt1 pereel?t YeVi Yeei rteer'voir. Shortly afl er being therl he tell inl with an clhi hand, ,.tlo sihtedl hii seione kind of stite or hard e.lrth which he sabtid cnt.ilned 'old. It was, heverrl', sc.aucly visible, but after le?king at it carefully hel t gh, hiUe ain hone ,speitC isomething li?e gold. After thi hlie itent to Icandu Iniit Ar.trit, chere ief ll in wieh a Iman Imed JUhniiin,, whio used to go lab it like it hermit, andi it was fln?eiud by pieopie hu wats iuding gold, and hie had ollkred hiut as if he gave him money, to show where' it was e- found, but it was not i his oFewer then to. give money Int 1847, s.lue meti were seut d, out front England, among whom itas. nie e, named' Chap...

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LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

- ,• . , FROEE E:N Gs? N i :. (BY -ELEcTaIIIro.: Tt AIr?p ,jvt.F ALE.\ND IA;, ,AND TIIu ''oe KY, vnY. o .POaTr LOUIo AND the MaLil `tlit to;ic icatioL atimod ,,The followiongtelegrot hadl beu re coitod at F?ortLot?ls:-,i toLtttdt, o ittiog a- PARIt o o 5a 'lt tih udersttndt g has bont arrived at be oe nrie, t-eng l tttd d Aur stria, to de-t ondn ef aRu f in, fti rmally, ii;e aeedtance .of a cesti stof. ilitiesd with, i, confereonc ttoe follow, attlvtich i. principal points shall. be disc ssed. Adesp~itch from Lord Napier was published it Lotidit; coniltiilng it report of a conversa tion with Prince Gortschtkowt Napier saiid to the Princet, tloit Enghl d regarded the reply of Russit isatn tisult capable of disturbing the relations between the Guverlmenlts. Gorts chakoff denilded at conference between tllhree powers only-Prussia, Russia, t dt Austria-t and said the Czar would not permit the inter ftotnbce of uther nations with Russian aflairs. France, England, and Austria have begun t...

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The Gippsland Times. "EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1863. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

EXCELSIOR." FRIDAY ? ;OCTOBLR .9,s.1863.. TrE.Roand Meeting on last Monday Rpresented ouriof those curious ano minlies wlhicl1 we so often hrid to hap pen at ppbblie meetings when there aren:io prer ious iresolutions: adopted. Thfiep purport: of 'thlnemting was:of consiiderable omnpir tance toltlhe inte rests ofNorthl Gippsland, andl had tlie' objec'leein cairried out in its in tegrity, it would then have strength ened the hands. of the promoters of .the moie extciided.scliene, and would have"enabled them to battle with dif fficulties which they are row unable tii) onterid with. The meeting of Mlonday was called lby almost unli versal consent for a special purpose, the object being to unite Tinamba mwith the Middle District in the for mation of a Road Board. In :he meantime, a strong feeling had got abroad that a still further extension would be beneficial to all interests. The attempt to carry this latter into effect- was, however, conducted with little.foresight and less prudence....

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YACHT CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

YACdiT CLUB MEETING A. third? meeting, in the snae room :.vae held immediately apftr the cosoe of the a.ovo;i or the purpose of establishing a Ych, Ciub in North .The li Ron sonea O TuoTsooU'N .Avotetd to the On the motion: ot r. DatyJoa oseeoded b'y lr.a C.-mpeell;ritwasd resolvedt, warsethe oohaul " Theo Nrth Gippseind Yacht Club.' Mr. TIL.an prop;ied th.t at subcrpLption ot one guinea porannsumnnstiutett mnembrship Seconded by Mr. A.R It 1'K Isnand .car-1 r ed. i · The Cinnanisre read a letter.from ,Mr. ,D,;Bil lantyne suggesting that, in the event,of a:Yacht Club being formed, that there shoild hs a bye law instituted giving power to expel refractory members. A subscription list being headed,: twenty-six names were isnnediately appended as subscribers. Mr. Rawrimssosx then proposed that out of the enrolled members five be chosen by ballot for the purpose of inaugurating the Club. Secondled by Dr. PEc, and carried. Mr. Sibhld was elected Treasuaer. A thirdI vote of thanks was giv...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GIPPSLAND TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

TO THIE ED[OIR OF 0 ilE s IL'aioLAND TIMBS. Sirl--llving arrived in Sale soeie two ion ths, nrsl being a constailnt attendiant at thle Clhurlch of England; I have been, as well as the rest of the congregatliol, anloyed by persons bringing tlhei' digs to Church. Niow, sir, I do nIt for a it inonentl think of bla niing the church ouithlorities, ls the fiulet lies entirely with the ownersll of thtI dolgs, who alitw evxceeediglyhbad tulte in bhigiigilngl tlemo L u place of worship. I woutl ut have tlhought of writing to youl l the sublject. hlnot llthe above luioa:lco arriisel a, it climax ilast Sabbaith evenilng, wheln dseveral Ipeoplo ieee accellll.nspnied by their favlourite isllitials. The Arhdleacnl's man ssioveral' l tilmsce captured a ciur, toollik ill h st outside, aind trealted hi i t io sivere ca-tig.stion ; but iponl billg released, iualteia of makiig himself scarco, lhe inuiediitltely rushed bic' into the church to hisa isiter oasr mistlre'ss, howling most dale fully. Ilopin...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND SYDNEY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. (FrOoM THE ARGUS cnRRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, 'MONDAY. The Kate. from Anekland, arrived yesterday, bringing news to the 11th inst. On the 8th a large party of Melories attacked CanReron Town, where a quan tity of military stores .were being lan?ledI by friendly natives in cannes. Mr. Armiytage, the plice magistrate, was killed. Two Europeans nod sixteen friendly iMaories are misilng, and sup Ised to be dead. The rebels. carried oIf forty tons of the comlissariat stores. On this hein: reported, fifty men of the (3th. under Captain -wifr, were iminme diately despatched in pursuit, and when saout six miles froml Cameroin "l'(own, htearin, a noise, they rupposed the Malries to he near, and fearing an a(nhlsh, they ntteml;ted to gil, the ,pen grould. Thile Nlories fire I on the Irips. Captain Swift and two, privates were shot dead. Lietenant Butler dall gernusly wolundcd, and two privates also wounded. Many of the nlasories ware I).rched in trees, anrl costloned firing...

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TRAMWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

S TRAMWAY MEETING. Shortly after tie close of the last meeting another meeting assembled in the same room for the purpose of petitioning the Government t, I have the line of road between Sale and th, s?touthern seaboard surveyed, with a view ofascer tamining the levels and gradients, so that thi I actual cost of constructing a rail or tramway mta be approximated. The IIon. Ronocnr Tuloso.i was requested it retain the cto.ir. The Cirtmnsox said that this mecting origi nated through a communication which he had with the Chief Secretary, when Mr. M'Cullotl Sexpressed his anxiety to forward the interests ot Gippsland in every way in his power. Money he could not promise them, simply because the the Treasury was empty ; but in other ways hl would assist, such an surveying the main road tc enable the cost of a tramlway to be estimated and would also reserve land for a road It chti:i wile, na well as for ststtion-houses, terminii, 01 other works wstnted for the line. lMr. Ilcrxxiox then tr...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Corre-pondents are informed that, in order to preserve the strictest secrecy, it is our practice, when the writer wishes it, to re.write all corn rrunieations, so that the knowledge of the authorship shall be confined to the editor's oom. All communications intended for insertion must be addressed to " the editor," without specifying any name, and must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Notices to withdraw advertisements must be sent in, at latest, on Wednesday. It is particularly reqnuested that parties sending advertisements will he particular in writing the unumber of insertions phnilly on the face of the advertisement, as aill dvertise. melts not so marked will be continued until countermanded. To prevent mistakes, all notices of withdrawal are requested to be made in writing..

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Times — 9 October 1863

I 01 CO1MERCIAL.. ' Kn teoit, and Co s liport -$at1f ,Cattle;: A v~ry limited supply, consistingdf (of 720 l1eatli about.300 of which were good,ý tho f residue fair to 'inferior.. Asi a matterof. course, r' pilces ruled high for all crases, ~nor:, espcoially t low class. Best beef made from 205 to 24s per i 100 lb; low class about 17s 6Od B!st' billocks sold from £7 15s to £10 ; good:do, £6 to £7'; medium to inferior, £2. ls to £5 1';s;i: best cows, L7 1o2s d to £13 2s d; 'good do £f15ils to £6 10s?; secod to inferior, £3 to £5. We sold o50 head; smanll lots, from £?250s to £7:5iu also, 4 cows, for Robert M'Doougl,; E asq, ' at £13 2s Gd, £13, £11 15s and £11' rpectiyvely. One of them had 101 lb. of caul fat,-purchased by Mr. Jacobe, North Melbourne;" We esold, oatside, 2410 cows it £5 iOs all round, Oalves. -135 in, principally inferior, .nd sold-for :e best, 30s to, 45s; good, abouto25a tq 30 s;inu, i ferior, 10u upwards. We sold 12 aso bove.n ' .: W. E. and A0.S. King's report.--...

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