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THE ARGENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE ABG-ENTOTIT. The weather is simply unbearable, and for ihelast two weeks we have riot had one dry day, and the roads that were getting rathear better, ate again worse than before. We had a Tint (en route to - Kangaroo Hills) from the Warden and Mr Surveyor Ahern. They yrere accompanied by the "Inspector.of Mines, Mr Shakespeare, who came to make fn inspection of the mines aboot here. The Hero Silver and Gold mine has just forwarded another consignment of ore south, and very rich ore is coming to the surface in ! "No* 1 shaft. No. 2 shaft is sinking in the 160ft level, and splendid ruby ore is coining from the bottom of thesink. This proves on. assay highly valuable, and should assure the future of themine. Mr. Bolger is getting his pumping: machinery in working order, and he juts water and to spare at the Argentine Ex tended. At t he Comstock the shaft; is being put down to a depth, for the purpose of prospecting tilte deep ground. - I understand that Messrs. Horn hare disposed ...

Publication Title: Northern Mining Register, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining Managers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Mining ]Va«ia^ei%' Associa tion, A MEETIKG of the Mining Managers' Associa tion was held in the committee room of the Schoolof Artson Thursday. Present: Messrs W. Jowett (in tiie chair), ML V. Jones, G. May, W.B^idy, W. H. Williams, A. Taylor, J.Henderson, E. Phillipson, W. Hnlliwwun, S- T. Williams, J. Lewis, T. Edwards, C. Thompson, J. Marshall, and W. J. Paull, (secn^uj). The minutes of the last quarterly and the general meetings were read and con firmed, and the secretary stated that these wasno correspondence to deal with, either outward or inward. The election of officers for the _ ensuing year was next pro ceeded with, and Mr. T. Edwards being the only nomination for the position of Feesident, lie iwus declared dulv elected. Mr. Jowett as treasurer, and Mr. Paull as secretary were likewise declared duly elected, there being no opposition to their nominations. For the office of Vice President there were two nominations, and for the committee eight, of whom five had to be elect...

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Magesterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

llagisfterlal Inquirj. A meisxEEiAii inquiry was held at the Court House on Thursday, before lb Geo. Cavey, J.P., into the cause of the death of Frederick Win Bonham, who committed suicide on the 5th inst, near the Southern Cross siding, by shooting himself through the head with a revolver. Sub-Inspector Meldriim conducted the in quiry. Dr Walker Redmond stated that on the 5th inst. he was called on to go out to the Southern GrosB, about 15 miles from Char ters Towers, and arrived there about 10 p.m. He saw the dead body of a man named Frederick Wm. Bonham lying in a tent, on examination he found a wound in the forehead; a revolver was lying between MB legs; the wound appeared to hare been lodging by the position of the f5Laild of Hie revolver in the tent; the body was afterwards conveyed to the morgue at the hospital: he made a,post mortem e**«in nation next day, and found the bones oi the skull fractured and a bullet in the brain Which would have caused the injuries; believed the ...

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General Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

The May exceed the dividends by £l900,totBlling £7116 5s. . ? _, A<aruBhingof 2^tonsfrom. No. 2<?reat' Ko. 1 North Craven, at Eidsvold,has crushed 21 tons of stone for 50oz 6dwt smelted gold. Inthe last two years the celebrated Dol coathtinmine, Cornwall,has distributed £62,SG0 in dividends. Messrs. Bobins and party, tributors in the I*on Duke, have obtained 14oz 14i«t of gold from 7 tons of stone... [Latest West Australian crushings are: Jubilee reef Ximberley, lton, 65oz; Lady, Margaret reef, 33 tons, 39|ozs. :. Af. Gympie the Crown and Phoenix mine 1 ims crushed 362 tons' for 318oz, and the No. 2 Great Eastern 339 tons for 141oz. The Mount Chalmers mine at Cawarral tiRs crushed 500 tons of stone for 49oz of gold, an average of less than 2dwts to the ton. The Stockholm mine at the Coen, owned by J. Myers and party, must be a " jeweller's shop," 19 tons having resulted in a yield of 457oz.:~~m Thdflghmpie Miner says:-At present Talinj^rfete.' the estimated tot...

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THE NORTHERN MINING REGISTER, PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1891. The Finances of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

THE JfOSTHEEN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. SATURDAY, JUKE 13, 1891. Hie Pittances of Queensland. THE finances «f Queensland have sel dom, if ever, worn a less pleasing look than they do at the present time. In 1866 the commercial distress was more general, and perhaps the credit of the Government was at a, lower ebb, but the eolony was then in a small way and but a few rays of the son of returning' prosperity were sufficient to wake the young- com munity to renewed and successful effort. Now things are different, the colony is in an ambitions way, for years the public expenditure, both from loan and general revenue I has been more Isommensurate with a magnificent future, not yet realised, than £he substantial Bacoe^ ^e h^ve undoubtedly achieved. At present wken owing to restricted enterprise on the part of private employers,, the expenditure of Government money is doubly needful, the Treasury is empty, and an already overburdened community, instead of obtaining' Government aid, will have to st...

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RAVENSWOOD MINING. (Mining Journal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

RAVENSWOOD MINTNGK (Mining Journal.) The average man is not "an adept at figures, bat why the Bavenswood Silver Mine should not be now working is one of our paradoxes. Everyone here was aware that it most have more than paid ite way when it was closed. Since that time offers have been made to work it on tribute giving the Company large percentages, but the directors are like the dog in the manger, they will neither work it themselves nor let others do so. Mr. Josh Wellington of silver fame, with his two eons, have at present the right to work the surface, and are getting; very good ore from just above the water level (about 30ft.) They are also work ing the tailings over again by jigging them in a hand jigger (& track bleating pro cess). During the five weeks they have been at work they have secured about 8 tons of ore, 6 of this they value at about £20 per ton, and the other two at £10. Tbey give the Company 25 per cent, of the gross pro ceeds, winning the ore, bagging, car...

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The Liedertafel Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

fiie Liedertafel Concert. The first -concertofthe Chatters Towers Xiiedertafel was given on Thursday, at the Schpolof Arts, and considering the fact that tlie society is as yet in its infancy, its members are to be congratulated on having scored ail unqualified success. The hall was filled in every part, and a number ofgentlemen madeway for ladies, and con- | tented themselves with places at the back portion of the hall. The stage was j tastefully decorated with greenery and pot j plants, and it was evident thatthe committee had spared no paine, not only to give an attractive musical entertainment, but to make their first patrons as comfortable as possible. The first number on the pro grammewas a Rhapsodic Hongrois, by test, | which was admirably played by Dr. j Marnow; so well was it rendered, in fact that it made us wish to hear j the doctor a little oftener tliari we have since his arrival oh Charters Towers. This per fect piece of pianoforte execution put the audience in a good ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

JYJ~ARSLAND & I^ABSLAND, Solicitors GiU-st* Charters Towers* Wi#khaum,-8b', Townsville ^ W- 5L1RSLAXD, I NoTAEIEB jr. if titKiiixn, i PoB"c ^ LAN n Jj EIGHT, Staarebrofcer & Milling Agent, CHARTERS TOWERS. THE "Northern Mining Register." TO-DAY, S ITIJRDAY, JI1XE 13Hi. C O N T !E N T S ADVERTISEMENTS ... ... 367,368,373 369 379 ...370,371 ...371, 372 375 386 J Current Notes ... , Xiocal »nd General ... Cable Intelligence Latest Telegrams THE LABOR DISPUTE Latest Particulars ARTICLES Freetrade v. Protection, Sir Samuel Griffiths Inter-States Scheme ... ... ... ... 376 SCIENTIFIC NOTES On Some of the Chemical Properties of Grold 376 The New Victoria G.M. Co.... ... 381 Northern Supreme Court 376 Australian Defences ... 377 The Land Board Court 377 The Separation Question ... ... 377 Diamond Cut Diamond ... ... 377 New South Wales Labor Commis sioners' Report ilk 378 Withdrawal of Funds 388 The Poet's Corner 379 Farm and Garden ... 379 Witand Humour 379 THE STORYTELLER ...

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

VICTORIA. Melbourne, June 5. ] Aii Important action was concluded to-day before Judge A'Beckett, In which John James Main, administrator of the estate of the late John Palk Main, claimed £125,000 damage from the Be^stm of Titles (Har rison) for injuries arising to the plaintiff by negligence. The plaintiff claimed land in Little Bourke-street, and while endeavoring to establish. Mb title to it lodged a caveat against the defendant dealing with it. The l>and Registrar, it is alleged, ignored this, and hence the damages. Judgment was given for the defendant with costs. ' MsiiBOUBKE, June 5. I In the case of the members of the third regiment of Victorian militia at Baliarat, who refused to attend drill on 30th April, * and threatened others who were attempting to do Bo, being ftggr&vabed at the demeanour of Sergeant Major Garland, their drill instructor, the Board which was ap pointed to incline into the case, has presented its report, which, however, has not yet been made p...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

SOOTH AUSTRALIA. Abeuide, June 10. The Legislative Council eat for an hour and three-quarters to-day, but no attention was paid to Dr. Cockburn's want of confi dence snitfa^ Mr. !E^nidi^ President of the Trades and Labor Council, |&e newly elected member, made his opening speech, and declared the labor party would scorn the ideaofeKpectinghlmor any other of the labor members to represent only their «e<ition of tiie community. They were there, he said, as the representatives of the nation.. : .' : | ji tlie Assembly the whole of the niter-; Br. I Bykbraafs no t^nMfcncemotion. Thede-' adjourned till to-moxrow. It Is understood flue CbmmiieBt ate cerfcajn of havinga good majority. lu replyto a ques tion in the Assembly the Attorney General said a Bill to prohibit the l&ndingof lunatics, J paupers, and others incapable of taldng care of themselves, unless Bureties were given against any expense incurred for their main tenance, would be introduced during the pr...

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A Trip Through Wonderland. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

A Trip Through Wonderland. NEW Zealand aad the- Maoris, or a trip through Wonderland, was the subject of an interesting pictorial entertainment, given in the Girls' State School on Thursday by Mr Howard Haywood. The building was so crowded with scholars and their friends, that many had to be refused admission. The descriptive lecture was very instructive, was listened to most attentively, and as picture after picture was presented, the audience saw the real beauties of Maoriland, and could quite realise why Ifew Zealand is termed the - Wonderland of Australia. The views were exhibited by the aid of the osyhydrogen lime-light, which rendered the scenes ta*ue to nature. The lecturer asked the scholars a great number of questions in Nevr Zealand geography, all of which met with a ready answer. The exhibition is to be given again this evening.

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LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

JjOUBOST STOCK EXCHANGE. (FBOH OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT.) IIOIRDOIR, MayL chares In An^o-Ansfccalasian Mining Com panies : Aastmlian Consols, b J 7-16the, e 2 9>16&s Bonnie Dundee, b lie 3d, b 5S Sd British Broken Hill, b 2|, s 3 Coromandel, b Gd, 8 Is Cumberland Gold, b 9d, s le 3d Day Dawn Block, b 9s 6d, s 10s Day Dawn P.C. b 8s 6d, s 9s Jfiaglehawk, b le 6 J, s 2s 6d EAeridge IFnifedj b LB, « Is 6d Gympie<!hi.Crown,b2s. s3s Gympie Gt. Eastern^b 5s 6d, e 6s 6d Ironclad (fy. pd.) b:ls3d, 8 le 9d Kaboonga (9a pd ) b3d, s 6d Kangawlla, b 15-l6tlie,s 1 "apanga, b Is 9d, a 2s 3d Mas, b 2s 6d,s 3s6d Mbsman,b 2s6d,s 3s Mount Leyshon, b 5s, s 6s Mount Mot^gan Extended, b Is 3d, s le 9i lit Shamrock, i» 6d, e Ib 2few Qneen, (19s 6d pd.) b 7e 3d, s 7e 9d ?ort Flulip {4sprL)sb 4Jd, 8 714 Queensland Smelting, b |t s f Scottish Australian, b If, s 21 . Tasmanian Silver, b 15B, e 16s. Wentworth Propry. b 2| s2| Do. Ordijaiy, b 113-lGtlis, s 115-I6fchs.

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LATE SPORTING. TURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

TUBF GOSSIP. (BTHBBMIT.) Another victory in the sporting world ha® |allm to Australia's share, the three-year .old fillj, Moiis 'Meg, having won the Gold Vase at Ascot. Mons Meg was bred in Aus iralia by the Hon. James White, and was one of those taken home by him to run for :the English Derby and other classic races. As a two-year old she was doing well in Matthew Dawson's hands, and he had a high opinion of her chance for the great .two-year old e vent of the year, the Middle Park Plate The decease of her owner, how ever,, under the absurd rule which, still has a place amongst the laws of the Jockey Club, rendered all his nominations void, so that she .could not compete for any of the great two or three-year old races. When brought to i the hammer with the rest of Mr. White's^ horses there was some competition for the | possession-, of her, but Sir D. Cooper, himself an Australian, would not be choked off, and secured her for two thousand and odd guineas. She seems lifc&ly...

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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] BRISBANE, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

J MHSBAJHS STOCK EXCHANGE. | JRAR ECECMC XSISQBICH.] [IBOXOCB OWN COBBE6POKDENT.] BRSSB&NS, Jane II. The following are the latest sales Golden Gate, 7s 9d ; Queen Consolidated, 3s 7§d; Sunburst* 27e 3d; Brilliant and fit Gteorge United, 11b, 11B. l%e following are the latest quotations ; No. 4A West Day Dawn, b 3s 7£d, e 3s lld Golden Gate, b 7e 7d, « 8i Queen Cross Reef, $ 10s, e 12s 6d Queen Consolidate^ b3s 6|d, e 3s 8d Sunbucsf, b25s,V278 9d New Grace Darling, b Is 3d, s Is 5|d No. 7 N.E. Q.ueen, b 9« 4d, s 16s 2d Mills" United, b 9s 7d Brilliant and Worcester and Victoiy, b 11(1, 6llfil|d No. 2 South-east Daj Dawn, s le9d No 1 East Sunburst, b Is 8d, s le lOd

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

FICTION KI BRIEF. -)o( THE "NORTHERN MINER" PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPAY HAVE much Pleasure in announcing flta£ thej h*re secured THE SOItE RIGHT toPudjJish in North Queensland a Series of ShortStories, by 20 POPULAR NOVELISTS. -x The Series "mil include Stories by W. Clark Russell, Izm Duff us Hardy, Mary Angela Dickens, Lady Margaret Majendie, Hawley Smart, lbs. Campbell Praed, Florence Warden, Justin H. McCarthy, P. C. Philips, Mrs. Cashel Hoey, Percy Fitz gerald, Joseph Hatton, Mrs. Kennard, Countess de Sulmalla, Commander Cameron, Helen Mathers, Grant Allen, MM. South worth, and Anna Katharine Green, -I The first story which will be published in. the "NORTHERN MINING- REGISTER" OF JUNE 20ik, will be by JAMES PAYN, Author of "Lost Sir Massingberd," "For Cash Only,1' " By Proxy," &c" And is Entitled 44 WAUXTMJSS KITTY." Ed H. A Y T O N, Auctioneer, Horse and Cattle Salesman* STOCK, STATION, and General Commission Agent, 't GILL-Sr., CHARTERS TOWERS. All kinds of Auction...

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Mining Intelligence The Latest Quotations. CHARTEBS TOWERS STOCK EXCHANGE EVENing CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

The Latesit l|uotatloii§» CHARTEBS TO WEBS" STOCK EXCHANGE. EVENESTQ- CALL. I Quotations for Jane ll(h, 1891: ' Band of Hope, b 10s <5d, e lis 1 Brilliant and St. George United, fe lOls 1 ? . Ild, 6lle6d ? ! Brilliant Block p.u., b 22s 7d 1 Brilliant Block, cool, b 17s lOd, s IBS 91 | Brilliant and Worcester and Victoiy, b 10s -IIJd, s lis 3d, sales, 100 at 11b ; Hot Dawn No. 4A W. Ert, b Is 9d,* 2s;.': Golden C^ate, h 86, e 8e 2d, eales, 100 at ?"66-3d""' Hidden T^ea6are, b 3s 3d, s 3s Sd, sales 225 vi>3s 4d. Iiadv Maria, b 2s 9d, s 3s 3d 1 MiUican*s Caledonia.b 9d, e lfi Mills' United, b 10s 2d Middir*, <&nt.,b5stkl,* ?s MoldiTO.,p.u, *> 7s3d I New <3h»ee Darling,b 1b7$d,els 8|d,sales 500atle8d ' No. 6 Qneen, b Is 7|d, s Is 8d; sales, ISO ! at Is 7d ' Fo. 7 N.E. Queen, b 9s 5d, s9s9d No. 2 8.F. Bay Dawn, b Is 4|d, s ls8d Queen Cross Beef,J* Us Id, s12s Qneen Oonsolidi^, b 3s 7|d, e3s Sd, sale* Il50at3s 8d,200at3s 7|d b Is 94, e 2s Id ...

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Managers' Reports. VICTORIA No.1 WEST [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Managers' Reports. VICTORIA SO. 1 WEST . A, Bail, manager, reports:-During past fortnight the contractors have sunk the straight shaft a further depth of 12ft, mak ing it a total depth of 178ft, which leaves 22ft more to sink to reach the survey depth for the Victoria. The ground has been better for shooting during the past fortnight. LADY StAEIA. James Walby, manager, reports under date June 4th: During the past fortnight the No. 2 south level has been extended a further distance of lift with one shift, total from shaft 132ft. The reef in this level averages 14in of very fair quality stone. The counfay about this level appears to be more settled than it has been for some time. Fertile last 10ft driven we hare had splendid walls with lft of soft formation o ver the reef. No. 3 north level has been extended a further distance of 5ft with one shift and no improvement. The ground is still very hard and the reef small, total from shaft 72ft. No. 5 south level-I have six men in the 8tope...

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CBUSHINGS RETURNS FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

CBUSHIXGS BETUBNS FOB MAY. The Black Knob return has yet to come in. The following are the crushing returns for the month of May, 1891 : OJTE AND ALL MILL. Tons cwt qr ozs dwtgr Identity P.O., 'Davis and party 58 0 0 56 16 0 Warn en and party ... 10 5 0 28 5 0 Marshall's Queen tribute... ... 22 0 0 12 10 0 River and party 18 0 0 40 5 0 St. Patrick, head ings, Healy ... 8 18 0 4 19 0 Blackjack, Bland and part ... 14 5 0 10 5 0 Mann and Dawson, surface... ... 17 0 0 4 0 0 Alexander head ings, Bamett ... 9 14 0 9 0 0 Old Warrior, I<uke «ad Albert ... 18 13 0 5 15 0 Alexander, Brock well 10 12 0 5 17 Oj Old Warrior, E. T.Eioke... ... 7 6 0 4 0 O BTo. 2 J ust-in-Time, J.Prisk 7 2 0 3 17 O Queen Cross trib., Goniott and party ? ... 46 0 0 43 2 0 Pentland stone, O. Summers ... 9 0 0 16 5 0 Brook's Camp, Rohinson&party 8 O 0 7 3 12 Caledonian surface, Tiermey ... 12 0 0 7 19 0 Pinnacle stone, Sebon 10 10 0 23 12 0 Queensland sur face, Smith. ... 18 0 0 4 0 0 Caledonian he...

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Local Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Eiocal mining Mews. We understand that the Brilliant and St George United 0.M. Co. Ltd has ordered a veiy powerful winding plant from Messrs. Tooth and Co., of Maiyhorough, and that the same firm have also received an order for ^certain machinery required bythe Brilliant <x.M. Co. Ltd. It is -very gratifying to find .our mining requisites supplied by fellow .colonists. At the special general meeting of share holders ofthe lib. 7 NJEji Queen G-.M. Coj, Ltd., held on Saturday night, it was resolved to increase the number of shares in the Company from 24,000 as at present to 48,000. The old share certificates are to he delivered into the Secretary before the 29th June, upon which day the transfer books will be closed until the 6th July. The new shares will be divided pro rata amongst the shareholders who are on the register on the Gth July. The manager of the Charters Towers Pyrites Co. on Tuesday brought in the usual fortnightly bar of gold* which weighed over 100oz. There ...

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Sales on Local Change. SATURDAY, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Mining Register — 13 June 1891

Sale* on Local '?han^e. SATCBBAT, June <?. The following sales were reported on 'Change last night: Brilliant Block contri buting, 50 at 19s;.Day Dawn No. Extended, 200 at3s Id; New Chrace Darling, 200at Is lOd, 200 at le 9|d, 250at ls9d; No. 6 Queen, 250 at ls9£d, 250 at Is 9£d, 100 at Is 0§d; Queen- Cross Beef, 100 at 11s6CL . MONDAY, June 8. The following weee Saturday nighife sales on 'change:--100 Brilliant *Blocks coit tribatilig at I9b, 100 at JL8s 9d; 200 4Gk>lden Gates at 10s fid . fflO l^iicaa's Caledonia at lid; 100 Mills' United at Ids 3d; 400Queen Consolidatedj 3s 4d; 100 Victoria No. 1 West Is 9d,300 at Is 9|d. Tukdat^ June 9. "Hie following sales were reported on 'Change laetnightj-Brilliant andSt.<xeorge Unitpd, 50 at lie 4d 3 Worcester and Vic tory, 200 at 10s 3d; Day Dawn No. 4a West Extended, 300 at 3b 3d, 100 at 3s 4d, 3$ 5d; Golden Gate,. 100 at 8s 3d, lOO atSe Id, 400 at 8s, 100 at 8s 2d . Hidden Tpeasuce, 478 at 3s 9d; Lady Maria, 241 ...

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