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Singleton Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

'-Singleton Borough /Council. 1 -.-' Tai*! Council-mot on Wednesday last in the Council Chambers. The following members .were ..prom-nt':—-The Mayor (|ii,tu,ocliuiv)j Aldermen.Gould, Hooker, il'Doiigiill, Broonitie-ld, and Quinn. , ?? ; The minutes of the previous meeting worp read, mid, on being declared correct, wero.signed by tho Chairman. .;.;.>;.; conitKsrosnaiicisi ..'?.? . To Mr. W.Ash, granting his nppli cotiou re post? and.rail in front of tho KoyiiJ Hotel. ?..':?. ."ICrorri Mr. W. C, Browno, M.L.A.; ne follows :— ? ... . i!:... P ?.',. '-, . .Sydney, JulyTti,-lS80.; ; . JJr.'C. POppenhaecn,— ,' ... l)ear:Sit;—l called, at:tho Colonial Secre tary's Oiliee 10-dayj ,to bxiiodito tho passing of your- Hy.laws,' which i Mr.-Walker pro mised to do, nud,this.afternoon 1 received the enclosed lottarfrOm-tho Uuder-Score tury. ?::-'.'.;' : : '-' : ; 'Yours faithfully, ' '':-.- '>? ;v ;; W. 0. ISItOWNU. Tlio following is a copy of tho lotler from the Under-Secretary :— -?'?:''Co...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Vital Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

Vital Statistics.'-";?.;"' r :| Fhom tho Distritt Itcgislrft'tfs report we! learn that, (hiring tho past quarter, (lio, numbers registered wci'6":—Bit'thM, 1 '35, males and 87.females; total,-^'(twoi oi' thorn ibeiug illegitimate). ?'lDoatlft, , JS'iunlcH and \0 fomnlos ;t6lul/ 20., Tbo vnjious .ciiiucs of doath \vcro i— BroJiuljilia 0, old ngo '2, phtliieJ? 2 ; - ac ?cident 2, iiifautilc diarrhoia 2, npftplox^ , 2, congestion of lungs 1, dipojific of livor 1, diecn&o of heart 1, consumption 1, oxcesfivc drinking 1, aancor of touguo lj'conTulsions 1, droppy 1, promnturoly born J, softening of brain 1. Marringes, IC, celebrated an follows :—Oliurcli of England ?, Koniun Catholics 4, Wos- Ipynii 2, Dietrict IU-gistrnr 2, Prcsby tetiun 1. Of iliu minibur of doatbe rogintoiod, 9 weroi o> or 70 years of ngo, and four of them occurred in tho Bene volent Ah)l?m.

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Novelist. DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, CHAPTER XXIX [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

ItoMfet DENIS DEVINE THE AUSTRALIAN GIL BLAS, CHAPTER XXTX BYGROSVENOB BUNSTEB, Mhr cfMarlf Felton," "He Wins Who Waits," ''Abel Bradley," fe., $o. Oca four friends worked steadily for soma seeks, gathering as maoh gold as might bo ?aid to represent the value of a small laitnne for each. 'As they obtained it, one ci other of them was sent with it into Mans fold, whore it was uold and'the sum put to the credit 0} (he oompany, pr, rather, eom paniombip. This was done for the reason that tbeir late antagonists would doubtless oganlee some saheine for revenge, and, as Hedley sbrowdly guessod, wonld make Jobbery an element of that rovenge. A rough traok waa made dawn the oroek, avoiding tbe sleep bills; and along this one j ? other rode when travelling npen their | Mmmi?sions. Aud thus Doni? acquired bis I ant lesions in her3emansbip. It is trup that, when with Lyons, he had occasionally \ mounted the old borso whioh drow their "Siggon, but not until this moment had be Md an opportunity ...

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THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUMMEETING. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

THE BENE VOLE.NT ASYLUM MEETING. (To theFditortif the Sinyteton Argus.Y .-,-.:? ; >. .' ; v A SUBSCRIBER. , Sitigleton, July 30tb, 1880-, ,.,.?. < !' i ( SiB,~lt i Mr,., Aj J.. Gould /be correctly reported in your last Saturday's issue,'. hia speech at'the special meeting of "tile" sub scribers to tho {fencTolentAsylom mast have made any members of. tho committee of management -present,.at- the meeting, very uncomfortable.. A ;stranger, hriacfiiiainted ?*ith tbo circiinistariees would naturally coh cludethat Mh'Goold was'referring to a past period—say before the first Hood—ai.d to very .ancient people, j.long, deported; for whose names Wo mdst rcfor to" the Chnrch of 'England cemotery," whcro' ho' says—" Whbri itbe munificent t?ift was mode' they had'no idea that in erecting.the. new wing they „w.qald bc> pv,tting, ( up. a. building for orna ment and hot for usol"'. Only think, Sir* of siieh a tremendously severe reflection being thrown on i the people! sitting arou...

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Poetry. THE MARRIAGE VOW. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

$miq. . : THE MARRIAGE VOW. F. F.P. . KpjAS it not lightly !—'tis a holy thing, A bond enduring through long-distant years, "TiTion joy o'er thine abodo is hovering, 5r when thine eyo is.wot with hittcrest tears. Bcoorfedbyanangsl'apenonhigh, . And must bo questioned in eternity ! gpoak it not lightly I—though tho young and gny Aro thronging round theo,now with tones of mirth, jy-t not tho holy promise of to-day Jfado Kke the olonds that with tho morn have birth; Bat over bright and sacrod may it be, fitorcd in the treasure-cell of momory. lifowill not provo all sunshine—thero will ? como ' Dark hoars for all—oh, will yo, when tho night Of sorrow gathers thiokly round your homo, Love, as yo did in times whon calm and bright Sesaicd tho suro path yo trod, untouched by care, . And deemed tho future, liko tho prosont, fair? Eyes that-now beam with health may yet grow dim, And checks of rose forgot thoir early glow; Jj3B<mor and paia assail each aotivo limb, And lay, peroh.an...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

* Correspondence. All letters must be signed by ths authors. We object to libels, personalities, gVusr, and inane nonsense. I'aper will be supplied to those who cannot afford to -waste one side of .?mhiust. 'Our cbliuiilt arc open to 'all, but we are not responsible for ourcorrctjio/idcnts' opinions... -....? ... .. ? . ~ ?

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HOW McCRACKEN WENT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

HOW MoORACKEN WENT UP." ?San Francisco Uullttitl. The robbing of the Deadwood ooachhad become, tho .rule instead of the exception, until the only way to get tho treasure-box through was by strategy. That is, the im- pression would bo given out that it was to bo aont at a certain tuno, and a box made to represent thotrue ono would bo placadinflido, Tvhoro tho gentry of tho road and piatol were euro to have littlo trouble in finding it. ': ' It was just growing dark, when tho stago descended a long, not very steop, hill, at tho bottom .of whioh tho banks narrowed | so that scarcely room roinained for two vehiolea to j>asa. . Pete, tho driver, in talking with us, had said that this was tho moat dangerous point in tho route, and sure enough it proved to bo., "Wo wore no moro thanfairly at tho bottom of the hill, and the horses'had juat been brought down to a walk, when an order to halt sounded upon the uir, backed up by ; somb blustering oaths. ' ' ' - There wero two passengers withi...

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DR. BISTOURY'S NIGHT-WATCH- MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

DR. BISTOURY'S NIGHT-WATCH MAN. * — Chaiiiber'i Journal. "Tell yon what, doctor; you'll bo I getting robbed or inurdorcd one of these days j you will, tfpon my word." ? " Hardly, my boy. "You ought to know by this time that ife tho province of ns doctors to kill other people, not to bo killed durselveg,'. . And, with a thick chucWo at his own witj Dr. John Hunter Bietoury settled himself comfortably in his choir, and' began to peel his third' orange as carefully as if ho were taking off a limb. When the doctpr/first came to New York, thirty he had been in no way burdened with riches; but his foco had proved his fortune in a difforent sense from that of tho over-candid milk maid in the song. The mere sight of that round, florid, jovial visage, in every crease of which a joke or a good story seemed to be lurking, was a cordial in itself, and appeared capable : of reviving the most hopbless invalid without the aid'of medi cine at all. .Mindful of tho human weak neae which makes so many...

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Agriculture. A GOOD FARM MAKES GOOD STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

%%nm\lwt. A GOOD FARM MAKES GOOD ? ? STOCK. ? ?' Someone has Baid " tho character of tho stock on a farm' depends essentially upon the.cultivation andcondition of the soil." Gi'a*) ia not only tho natural food, but the toest fofld for stock. The better the grnsi, the more nourishment does it- contain. When grass',is coarse* and sour and full of ?weedn. a great quantity of it must bo con sumed to obtain & littK nutriment. Tho animal must "go through the labour of digesting a largo, bhlk to gain a email result; whemasif he grasiis eweotaad free fromall foreign admixture,the nourish ment U concentrated, a small quantity of it contains more nutriment than can be j extracted from a largo amount'of bushes land woeds. . ... ' -." . . ''. ?:.' ??.?? : 1 The aucoedfl of the or goodetocic generally depends upon the quality of the Krasa upon the farm, quite as much as upon blood and skill. A gentleman purchased a fine cow, remarkable for the quantity and quality.of her milk, and tqok h...

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Sketcher. CENTENARIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

pteltfiefc :;?? CENTENAJtf ANI8M, ?ChamhtSTs's Journal. Tni! believers- in thd venerable Countess of Desmond, in Old Parr, and in Henry Jonkins, havo within the .last fow years received many rude shocks to their faith, Tho lato indefatigable Sir George,Corno wall Lewis—who, amid the turmoils' of official and parliamentary life, found timo to attend to nuraorous and varied studios of other kinds—expressed a doubt whether there is any thoroughly conclusive evidence, such as would satisfy both logicians and lawyers, of' a person (in post-Biblioal times) having overlived one hundred years. He declared; that in' every case he had examined thero waa some loophole oroth?r, BOrao nccpscary link in the chain missing. When this startling".bit of incredulity ap peared in Notes and Queries, it invoked a multitude of, communications ralating to persons wh?,. in. roputo at any rate, wore Tory much more than a hundrod years old at tho timo of death; aridwhon similar in credulity was half expressed...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 31 July 1880

DEATH.       FAWCETT. — On the 7th July, at South Yarra, Melbourne, EUPHEMIA JANE, the wife   of Alexander Lindsay Fawcett, aged 28   years.    

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FOR WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

'„???:.'.',:> i!->:?r7?K-' ( Y A 5? B .:P u TOX. 1 f: I.;!;-; .- No.. 1,019!., County of Huckland, parish . of. Moan, Blaqk Crook jRun*-. ; -.area ; !lCQ aores. Tho Crown lands,commencing on thb/eb.u.tb! boundary bf.pdrtioii No: 255, Poter' Ainoy'ecpnditiDnal purcliaeo of 40 acres at!a ; point 10 ch'aiiifl from.lie eolith oast -.corner. 7 Note.—ln 'lieu-of reserve Nf)J G3O, cancelled;this tiny. ?)?;?:? ?-?' ; <???>-'??'' ;<Nn. v :BBB:extonBion.i.Coaiit.y of iEottiri? parish of; Prjngle, jCqpmpo Copmpp Kun, ;area-nbput, r l'l, acres.; Tho.Crown lands commencing at. : tbe,intersection of the .west boundary .of reserve "No. ; 888j notified ICth'J'uly'i 1576,, with fhe north boundary of-portion No.'l3l'-.and?bpu'ri- ; ded on thb'npfcthiby. part of iiie ; iiprlh boundary ."? of that'portion ea?t;to x?ack Creek.'* Note.-ri-Inclndes- part,pf;.po.rtion N0.,431 as Rtipwn..on; Plan P. 2,0414,781, 'IN'ai. 1,582 exienaioh.- County of EJarlingj pariHli of Btindarr'...

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Impoundings. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

'?? ..'? Impbundings.lji" .:-"'>^ ' '' , (Fromthc .' ; ?K.-Dwyer.' '"''- ' "' - U J." ?' 'Impounded-at'Breeza', ori !tbe 22nd day of J illy/1880; frorii.Mqok'i River Run, by order of Clift Brothers;' sttm'dho at dato of notice sot"after each "animal:'—Roh!ri bullock, piece off bottom ofjiieaf ear, top off off ear,<TXALlnear ; !rumpi 10sj; ;red ; poleyPnllock, whito back, tail, and bolly, 6J'A.,'offr,ribs,i ;top ,pff:,pjF r ear,; piece, off lindpr. 'near'.d.aV, 'rlQjt'. >~ Jfe.llojv. piijlock, JJP near; ribs, 3 hear (op ' oft oft , dnr; ( 10a'';'8po'ttdd buljock/'tp^o'ffioff'e'nr,' ' like Brand'fivei' 0 nonr rumpr -oocked--liorns,—indistinct brand'low down-nearrrib?,;,los; j[ w.hitp cowj' rod ears, top. oft off, Tear, A over a\C near rump—imbranried 'white heifer calf ,at foot, lis. .If norr'eloased, wijl bo sold attbis'pdund nt'ndbp'o'n tfab'l'itb AUgust,. , 1880:^J.i.-Entjfi'er.-'i;'!-"':''^-"--' 1 >.:\:~v : ?.: ? >>i dinpoimdod" atiSdon?/oti tlio 21st&...

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FOR TRAVELLING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

POR TRAVI-f.UNO STOCK. ! .No. 1.GI0.;,,County of'Nandewar/ parishes of Biirburgata andBren try.,. Bull and Burbnrgato-North?Runs, area'about ;l,2o0, aQroP. ;!i :Thn lOroiviv- lands' com.' mimoing on..the tight bank of thoNntriui: ;River ; ;nt the:Bfinth-v.-rat tiSinor of portion No. , 0, parish'of Bretitry.-. In' lion of" ro?orvo Ni>. ?? 1,0(50,' cnnccllfed this d.iv ' '? ''**??' l : ,?2l; Comity of 'U.tcklHnd, parish' of-Monn, Oittla Crock 'or Siirnig Sfatiou Run, niofinbma' 100 acre:.. , TUb : Crown lftndH;com%nci.ii , s,oi?..,llib ?.right, biuik of' oprinf,'. Crock.at a point,duo west of "the euuih-rwost cpriipr uf portion No. SI. No. 1,023. County of BocklwiU, parish r>r Moan, Cattlo Creek or Spring Station Kiiii, aron about 100 !iar< !B . Tho Crown lands commencing on tho rifjht bdnk of Uarko 8 Crook nt tho uorthiwost corner of portion No; 6. : i p^' l^' wv P 0 Bockland, parish oE Mimn.lOattlo Cr.oPk: or Spring'/s tatio.i Run,'ttiit about 200 acroi.. ,tl?' Crow...

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FOR WATER SUPPLY OR OTHER PUBLIC PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

j fob water snraLT-nn'OTjrEnTc-BLicr -**| pnitPosES.v *, ' No. 1,(117. County of Duling, parish of Mundowt'jr lihn, area about i\0 acri'M, Tho Crown lands commencing on the It ft bt.uk of Hall'h Crcok, at tho north West comer: of pprtipa Np> lof ,G0 acrea. ';'''?' ?;.<,..?.. , .;>, .:.-,, ;,i,' . v j v . ?? '. No: 1,618. CoUntyof .Darling,-parifli; o'f'Gulligal'i 1 MundoWey ali'out 300 oeresL' .The Crow'/i'land?Cfimniencirig on tlie: eoiifh' baukiofitho Icsft: braiioli 'of Uall'fl.Ctook, .at its!intereeotlon.'withrltlie west bpundary qfrpprtioti No. ,7, William Tyler'ft cpi)d|tional pijrcliaae pt 120 aorea.;

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A Mustard Plaster Nine Feet Long. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

A Mustard Plaster Nine Feet ;'?; ;'"'?; ;";/L6h'g.,','.; ' ''' !i '' ; Dr. Henry G. Chapman, coroners physician, rushed, excitedly i. into the drug-storo at the north-west corner of 'J'wclfth.-and,Chestnut streols the other taofuhty, und rrieil in j)orom]?lriry tonp? : " Givi- live threcr fret of tiinstanl j.iiiHtjor,' end give it to roo right away." The apothecary, ? with overwhelming brow?,.' / looked up from amidst his "green earthen pots, bladders, ond tttuety seode," and oaid in n dead sort of-'way, ','Bir?" In thfa single word was ex prossed both interrogation und surprise. " I say," replied Dr. Chapman, '' J ' want three yard? of mustard plaster, and I want it just as quick Oβ you can make it. Patient is in imminent danger. Delay may mean death.", " Throe feet of mustard plaster 7 Great heavens, Doctor, what are " '{ I said three yards, not threo feot; fi loaet, when 1 said three feot I meant to nay three yards, and I immediately cor-.; reotfid,; myeelf. And, I think tbatjf m...

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Revocation of Temporary Reserves. LIVERPOOL PLAINS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

Bevocation' of Temporary Beserves. f LivEitrooL Plains District. ' Part of water rOBOryd No. 512/ .County i of Darling;' parish of RangiH/arek'abhut , 380 acres. 1 ' The Crown Ifiiidscomriioneiiig ! at r the intoraeotioriof the SiOuth "Boilndaiy of tlio reserve with the range forming the bpuildary, between tlio op.iiiilies ; ;pf:Pi?'rliiier amlNandewar. :.Note.—For, tho ppsitiuu of : the!'range, see t.7,102-1 ,'B34a lipl 1.7 ,Tl>u above ros'ervb, waa "notified7ob, lh'o!'.9th' Septenibbiv 1873. ; - '"<''??' ' !' ! i: '"'7 ; ; - Nfi. 620. ! County pf BiicklahrV,:prifj'Bri ! Of'Mciau, OiitiiS Croak- ftun'j'to-iiichido thospriuft nniSpririK Creele, T altribiitary of OmuleuliCretk, .IfJO. auras; . The; Crowa lands commencing "at a point 10 chainft above the spring. The abovo was notified biV: tho"l2lh May,71874,' !"Re'servo No. I,6l9,!notified.this day,,is.in lieu of tlio above/ '"-.. ''?'"-* j .'?'- "?. ;'"?? :'?.'' ? No.- '1,060.: -'Comity-' of Nandevvar, parialioa'i of. ...

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Silent Suffering. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

,.VV; j " 'Tnff'2f ir-ytM relates'the following- circutn- respecting a family discovered at ?Goburg, Victoria, -in' a state of wretched destitution,' r—\' Last week', tho. inhnbi- Wflte T .;oif woi'e, horrified ? nV.-hear- , Ing ttib report t)iat n, family, consistinig of a fftthef mtdi'tnotW and eight chil dreftjt'i'rtidlng''not ! far 1 fVonV ? ; i > cntridge iStock?db,'iWfire' living in tlic Jiioiit 'abject"etaio'of destitulioii, cauncil, by stoknbas.ancl want of tlio necosearics of .lifp, ~ It appears that tho man woe at onetime in comfortablo circametaneps in one of tho uj)-counlry districts ; biit liaVing'.through flonio misfortune lout hj? '{ttrmiio left, and nbout Uvelw niontli? ago settled at Cobarg, and has ondoa -voured to : *uppj?rt hU umily. by working; as a wood-carter. Some time ago he met with,an accident to one of bis. fe?l,_ which rjece??itftfed hia removal totthO' Melbourne-Hcipital, leaving lu'b largo family iwithout any, means of i ?utifliflteiice:'" The' fami...

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Reserves from Sale. LIVERPOOL PLAINS DISTRICT. FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

i|f>$£$-^^ j rNo,.i,,6l,l,. ; ,County.hf,Do*iiiam,,panshj I or'WOjlhiar, Walgett;Ruh;:aVera"'abo-ij(;'50O ia'cr'os'.'" jtho right bank of thdNainoi RiVofj'attlfe 1 isouth-oa?trcornorof portion: No. 23. In jclndes.pjrt.iona, Np?„21 r nnd 24,a"a.;8howu |on '?-'?,' ?=- t - J , j ~K0.,.J,,0.1,2. Pqnharii r ,parwh-. of (Mur'ra:J\ilurra,'Qo'riiiu' njin' r .aVea!-abouti (1,176; ;hcrcs.;;,,.Thq. ; Crawn.>.lands'Ci>tn-.', imoiming.on; tho left bank'of PianOroek;. at ths north-nii?CcoriiHr of tho.repro?enta-- -(tivea of A. M'Dohnld's IC7 acres', parish; jof Cryon, ;-.-'??:; : ??::'. :'V- ..:!: ? ? No. 1,613. ?'? Cotlnty of Bilqkland.ph'rish : of Moan, Oiittlo Crock : Run,'area 1 about 24'; ?acres;"': Tho Crown lands cOmmai'ibing on the right l)ank'(oF JSpriiig Creek; rind"the (Roiitli.-wostcorner of portion Nq,(.235. V ( r No. t,6l'4.,'.:Cpiihty of Bucklaiid, parish (of Bqrarabi|;:Walhollqw.:Rii|i ) area.abput |40 ;acrea ;The .Crown lauds commencingi (at tha.northiwostrcorn.onof port...

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Slaughtering Cattle for Export. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 August 1880

y Slaughtering Cattle for Export. f Slaughtering Cattle for tho English Market/ whichiifl well worth the attcn- tion of thesis' who aro about to engage .ii^.the, tneaf export trnde. -Our cofro?-" rppndent informs ns that he him carried on the bu?ineaapf butcher in this colony for 20 jfeat?,;' having previon?ly had 15 , years'j experience, in, London- it will , be seen, then,, that ho knows what Aus tralian meat is, and also what aro the , wants:of the home market.' In fact, ho' '?is a thoroughly practical 1 man. It will be seen that hor is decidedly against 1 aia'nght'ering cattlo cloao to Melbourne, under circufhatauce? which we think would bo unattainable without disregarding economical considerations. ?Cattlo.slanghtored directly off a jour ?ney,' he' says, 'ore dark in the fle?h, ;;Bometimes.ne;arly black, and no matter : how prime the beef is, the fat is hot of ;;jts proper colour, being fullnf veins;; in factj'it.i?next to impossiblo togotia hicoi bright carcase of beef under,...

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