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Koroit Annual Races. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

Koroit Annual Races. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. Considering the beautiful weather con ditions that prevailed on Tuesday last (St. Patrick's Day), the committee of the Koroit I\ acing Club had every reason to expcct a very large attendance at their annual fixture, and results proved that anticipations were more than realised. For many reasons this gathering is en titled to rank with most country clubs in Victoria. Stakes are good, and the gene ral equipment at the course in the matter of conveniences is in keeping with the prosperous and np-to-datc character of the club. When the takings were counted it was found that gate receipts amounted to £292, an increase of £20 over those of the previous year. Special trains con veyed holiday makers from Hamilton, Campcrdown, anil intervening stations, and the motor reserve was packed with every make of that popular means of locomotion. A very enjoyable feature of the after noon's proceedings was the splendid pro gramme of music rendered by the Kor...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PLEA FOR THE ART OF PROFANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

A PLEA FOB THE- ART OF PROFANITY. ,, The "Atlantic Monthly" contains fi humorous apologia for what the write* calls the lost art' of profanity. He fays: 4*Whatever may be.its history as a practice, the true psychological function ?f profanity is just this: to offer to the perturbed spirit an outlet for the energy which his provocation, whatever it may be, has aroused. The natural outlet for the energy thus provoked would, ol course, be some act of retaliatory vio lence. "Understood, then, as a substitute for ictions which would be nowadays either unlawful or impossible, profanity as sumes at. once a certain dignity of its wn, as being possessed of a psycho logical importance. 0»o would seem lo be justilied in speaking of it as an *rfc. . .. "The Question at one© arises, 'Where ,in consists the Art of Profanity?' end "the answer is obvious: the Art of Pro fanity consists in that choice of explo res and objurgations which, to a s:»:sL extent by their moaning, but principally by tln ir...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Koroit Butter Factory. IMPORTANT DEPARTMENTAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

Koroit Butter Factory' IMPORTANT DEPARTMENTAL REPORT. The directors of the Koroit Butter Factory arc doing their utmost to keep the standard of Koroit butter at the top of the tree, and Mr. P. J. Carroll, the Agricultural Department's chief inspector of dairy produce, recently visited Koroit to report upon the best means of attain ing that object. His report is as follows: On visiting the Koroit Butter Factory a few days ago, I was struck by the change that has taken place in the methods of the producers as compared with my earlier recollections. The use of the home sepa rator is gradually extending, and the sup plies of milk to the factory arc diminish ing. Knowing so well the foremost position held by the Koroit butter 011 the local and London markets for so many years, one can only regret that the system which was responsible for these tine re sults is being supplanted by another, which to a very great extent removes the raw products from the control of the manage ment, thus rend...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

General. Summary. Tho Oliicf Ju&tico, Sir John Maddon, is to roooivo a years leave of absence. It is not likely that an noting judge will bo appointed during his «b*twx\ instructions have been given tor iho removal of nil tools from the fc>tn(e oonl mine at Wouthaggi. It is understood that this Cleans a practical stoppage. On a charge of having feloniously slain lidward Wilson in Sidney, u man named Armstrong was tried and ac Quitted* , , In connection \\Uh tho U«mb by-post outrage, nothing definite has been as eMainf.-d by the detectives. Unc of Un> foro-' is now making enquiries i»* fcvdney. .. , . . A lire was discovered m tho oross bunkers of the steamer Polnmhnll. ly ing at tho Federal Wharf, Port Pirie, <11" Tuesday afteinooii. Considerable (hrmago was dmio. Tho immigrants who arrived for Vit> 4oiiii by tho Norseman on Monday evening wero engaged for favin labor in various party of tho State the following Vi'10 roventio collected at the Custom 3lon....

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE TUNAPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

THE TUNAPLANE. Play has a tendency to bccomo oa .terolypod as work itseff, and sporty, iiton arc t:jo consoivative to break any honourable tradition oi their craft, even ii it moans a bigger bag. The "Badminton" contains a suggestion which bliows that there is still an ex ception tu every rnle. Dr. Holder d»> scribes the invention of Captain Faring v.orih, by viiieh tho wavy tuna of Santa Catolina may bo lured inoro t'l c^uii.tly to destruction. Tho con tnv.ince i-> ouv old friend tho kite» which takes tho fisherman's lino into '.ho air and constitutes an aerial lcvei by \»hich tho bait may be made to go '(trough tho natural flight of the iiy * :iii h*h. i his is tho natural or most common prey oi" tuna; .and it is hooked by the law* or up tijtoupi tho body, and lull ed or sewed so that it will tow natur ally. This accomplished, tho boatman starts Jiis ongiuo, tho launch moves ahead, and tho boatman gradually pays off lino and gets lit3: tuuaplane up* into tho nir. Usually tho...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
New Scratching Board. A MACARTHUR INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

New Scratching Board. A MACARTHUR INVENTION. At the Koroit races on Tuesday a demonstration was made of the new scratching board invented and patented by Mr. R. Robertson, of Macartlmr, who has been responsible for placing several other labor-saving devices on the market. The main advantages of Mr. Robertson's board are simplicity,efficiency, and cheap ness. These interested were impressed with these points, and the general opinion of the public was most favorable. The main objection to most scratching boards is that of cost, the majority being too ex pensive fqr many small clubs. ' No race course is, however,' complete without a good board, and Mr. Robertson lias been successful in devising a board within reach of the smallest club, while it may be equally recommended for larger institu tions. Already ten boards have beensold, and it will not he surprising if they become in general use throughout Victoria. It is optional for the Koroit club to purchase the board after the trial, an...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, MARCH 'JO. O? OHIKN BROS. wil Sol! by Public JLJ Auction on abovo date, when tliuy will offer CATTLE. tv Choico Dairy Cows, from W. M. Threl lull {» Choico Dairy Cows, from 1\* Madden 15 Forward Springing Heifers 10 Store COWH SHEEP: .15 Prime Crossbred Ewes and SVctUera 30 Crossbred Hoggots 120 Comeback Ewes in good order PIGS. IIOKSKS. SUNDRIES. Spocial Buyer for strong, woll'growQ STORES in atteudanco Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 25. 05 ORIEN BROS will Sell by Publlo JLJ Auctioo, at tho Corporation Yards, on tho abovo dato tho following CATTLE: S I'rimo Cows, from Faruham 11 Choice Autumn Heifers 15 Young Mixed Cuttle SHEEP. 30 I'rimo Crossbred Ewes HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, MARCH '-'i. If AT & STORE PIGS. KOROIT SALE YARDS. THIS DAY. Annual Race Sale of Horses. O* I3RI15N BROS. will Sell by Public Auction {through their Auc tioneer) at the Koroit Yards on Saturday, 21st March 100 Horace of all Classes, Entries, now being r...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

,NE YVAY^** IOWAK3S IVIAKZrJG A HAPPY HOME IS TO ,UY YOUR FURNITURE AT PHILLIPS'. That this is the right thing to do is the settled conviction in the'minds of many ; and: amongst the numerous class who are forsaking the doubtful pleasures of single life, and elect to try "double harness," this idea, as expressed, above, is a fixed one. Comfort and BurafcilUv of JHIUIPS' PURnriXUKE , is . . . : I'T WASTB DtOHBT. "Waste makes want" is an old saying, and as true now as when it was first invented; -but whether it is true or. not there's no use wasting good money, especially in buying FURNITURE. AVOID EXTRAVAGANCE AND PRACTICE ECONOMY bit BUTTING FROM i. B: PHILLIPS, ' LIBBIG STREET WASfiXAMilOOL IV ,7 THAT..'. ... ' ' ';'-y _ Christmas and the. Holidays are. approaching, .J ilrr f§t§S filgii§iti . By Getting on Early for a Suit from the J?E5®£a:E»Xi3E3 OP E"^Sk.S82E3:J:02SSr. Aii the Very Latest and Most Up-to-Date Suitings to Choose from. Also the Latest in Shirts and Ties. ? m\iMm JOH...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. (Before Mr. E. Williams, P.M.) ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

Koroit Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. (Before Mr. E. Williams, P.M.) ASSAULT CASH. William Noonan v. Martin Kelly. De fendant was charged with assault, and also with having used abusive language in a public place on 22nd February. Mr. Tail appeared for complainant, and the eases were heard together. William Noonan, laborer, Kirkstall, said on the date named defendant asked where his father was. Told him he did not know, and asked him what he wanted. He jumped ofl" his horse, used the language complained of, and hit witness. After speaking to the father, defendant hit witness again, and picked up a stone, but did not throw it. To defendant.-I did not make the first hit at you. You hit me two or three times before 1 took any noticc of you. To the P.M.-He hit me in the chest* When lie struck mc again I struck him. Alice Noonan corroborated her bro ther's evidence. A line of £i, with £i 3s 6d costs, was inflicted in each case. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY, Jeremiah Kearney was charged ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 21. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 21 March 1914

ou'cv pt 2Miwntc PUBLISHED KVEUY SATUROAV SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 21. Current Topics. At a meeting at the Toolong State school on Monday, the following were elected as members of the school com mittee Messrs G. A. Eldridge (chair man), T. Coffey (correspondent), John McGrath, A. McEachern, A. Gentles, T. McGrath, T. Ahearn. The Druids have decided that this year the proceeds of their Gala. Art Union and Bazaar shall be devoted exclusively to a charitv whose benefits are strictly re served' for the helpless poor who are in flicted with incurable diseases, namely, the Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, which provides accommodation for 23y inmates, and is with one exception the largest medical charily in the State, the cost of maintenance annually being over £11,500. Such an object, whose noble work, in addition to relieving the worst forms of human suffering, is a permanent safeguard of public health, they feel confident can not but meet with your sympathy and approval, and they therefore re...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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New Uses for Joss Sticks. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

New Uses for Joss Sticks. Vriien josi sticks arc mentioned Ameri ..aus [tsnraiily. iliink of Chinese funerals .'.isceiiss offered to Chinese gods. Wiist ihe sticks really nre tliey scarcely .fcoot?. ,Jos3. sticks..may li!; described as '.ouietliiti-j like cigarettes. They are brownish in color, njjout .six inchcs ioug, md not much thicker thna ft knitting .lccdie. Tlie brownish »wit is m»n»tra ?n a Ihiu stem: three inches loag, coioi ?il. na'j So - many pieccs of Chir.«.-:e bid 'aiiancse wood are. with.tno deep, j'.'-'K :,;; !c of iiokebcnies. V . I ne joss .nines are quite low-nnced. j'. iiif.' generally sold at the. rule of i;vn oi ?. ..ix lor u cciil. Wi:eu ignited by.a ia.itc:i -.lie suck burns, not -.villi !. iiimie..i.Mit'.vitli .1; otCi-.i.'V glu'V::. Iikc a, I 1 nt e t pi ct Xillu iii) 1 ' 11 l | 1'1111 e n>u!wial 'of wliUJuilie. m.i'L of tiluSlN'k H i.'nlll 11.'.~rii l'vin0:11!v ihe fame.as niceuse. Tre. -j'lo:- is the s.'ii.i^j 'riniy :mich jtioie I l III 1 I 1 I o I II...

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A REMARKABLE MAN DIES. Outline of the Career of Arthur M'Murraugh Kavanagh. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

REMARKABLE I.TAN DIES. Outline <if tlio Career of Arthur ?- M'Muvrmi^h Kuvana&h. Arthur McMurrui.gh Kav.inagh, who died in lu'hihl u tow diiys ":ls many ro3|ii!i:;s n must remarkable man. ji'imv years a;;o lie lvjuesenlcd Lis native ?Ciimy, Ciirio.v, in i!:o Jfoiiso of Com pi.'iis, ::n<l subsequently the County (it V', v\lu!'!, whom ho (.U'foiUint Sir Jolui IN'pi' [ii-iir.eijSV. >'it!iiro.had endowed him with a singu larly h<vn!s(niie lace and linn toi.u\ iiiit di plived him both of arms and it-as, :nil conscipiei.tly vlicn lie was elected to IVtianiMit' it became necessary tn make -potiai .'irrinijK-ihcni to admit of his enter iiiir and nridrcssini; the House, ns he could neither walk nor stand. The matter was discussed private' before the lilt/cling of Parliament, I -nU-cijiient to the entrance of Mr. K: f i!te.Prime Minister rose and movn,, " t hat c.veptior. be made to (ho universal ;o.i", tlmi 'membeis must address the House standing,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. The Latest Designs now open for inspection. ______ _______ CALL AND SEE THEM Oil WRITE FOlt PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, -House and Sign Painter. [ESTAULISHKD 15 VKAKS.] oTTST ARRIVED. Large Assortment of ART FRAMES, In various designs and sizes, priccs ranging from is 3d to 4s 6d. Copper and Earthenware JARDINIERS, At all priccs. Call and inspect the NEW FOLDING COT BED, Folds up to 3ft. x Sin. x 4m.; you can carry it under your arm. LINOLEUMS. LINOLEUMS. Make your rooms look natty for Xmas. by laying one of our . Linoleums on your floors. RUGS, MATS and CARPETS in Large Variety. T. RUNDELL & SOI BTOMSHIMffi WAREHOUSE, FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE.: THONUNo. 16: TO P'EfiSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE. CALLING ELSEWHERE OALL TJPOH OR WRITE TO SiMMONBS & RMS, ? TIMBSS M-J/SCH-ANTS AM) CONTMCTO&S, .KOROIT, And ffet taoir Prioao sor all iiiilmJa of SuilcUiig- liZarerial. Palings, Posts, and Hails, and all kinds at' Build...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Reveals Complexion Secret of the Spanish. LADY TELLS HOW THEY KEEP THEIR YOUTHKUL COMPLEXIONS EVEN AT SIXTY. "As a young girl," writes one of our readers, " I always had a nice, dear, and delicately-tinted complexion, bub on reach ing (he age of thirty it changed completely. The chilly winter winds and rain made my skin rough and dry-my face used to burn and smart horribly after the slightest ex posure to frost or cold. I felt very worried to see the dreadful cliangc (hat was taking placc. At that time ! wcut for a trip abroad and while travelling in the south of Spuin, became intimate with an elderly Spanish tody. Knowing how proud the Spanish girls are ol their lovely skin, and hoping she could help mc, I told her of my trouble. She advised me to obtain two ounces of rose water, one dram linctmc of bcn/.oiti, and two ounces of ordinary (lowers of ox£oi» from the chemist, which, she said, I cuuld mix myself, and after shaking well, apply it with a soft cloth or sponge. She stated t...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Local Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Local Produce Market. Potatoes.-Steady deliveries arc being made, and all coming to hand arc being purchased at £3 for pink-eyes and £4 for reds. Onions.-The onion market is quiet, and there is no great enquiry. It appears as if there arc sufficient of the early bought ones on hand to supply orders. Merchants report a fair business in grass seed and in oats for green feed. Potato digging at Yarpturk is nearly completed, and in common with other districts, farmers there suffered greatly from the ravages of the grub pest. In'thc majority of cases half the crop has been destroyed. Those farmers who do not require the damaged potatoes for their own herds, have no difficulty in disposing of them to other dairymen for cow feed. Hand feeding of dairy herds is now general, as there is not a blade of vegetation to be seen. A heavy downpour of rain would now be regarded as a heaven-sent blessing. The grub pest has been bad in the potato crops in Tasmania this season. The "North West Post" say...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. TYRENDARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. TYRENDARRA. (From our own (Jorreapotulont) Like most other districts we arc feeling the want of a Rood fall of rain, and that which fell about a month ago was greatly appreciated. Farmers are busy putting in seed for green feed later on. There are some good crops of potatoes in the district, but un fortunately we have not escaped the wire worm pest. The price in Portland is £4 per ton. Taylor Rros' sawmill has been doing in full swing for sonic time, and they have more orders on hand than they can get through.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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HOUSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

HOUSE SAL10. O'Brien Bros, report On Saturday Inst wc lictcl our annual horse sale after lite Koroit races, when wc yarded 107 head of all descriptions. Com petition was good for draughts and stout cohby ponies, but other sorts were dull and prices lower. Wc sold 56 head for Messrs M. M'Mnhon, D. Douglas, T. White, John Karthing, I*. Kelson, Robinson Pros.. ft. Pourkc, M'Cosh Bros., M'Malion and Kel son, Haberfield Bros., J. Antoon, John Kavenagh, W. Fulton, Lcn Pourkc, P. Crowe, D. Malady, John O'Connor, A. Masterton, O'Shannessy Pros , John Ryan, Thomas Pitshi'll, John O'Donohuc, John Paton, W. Ilulm, Thomas Ahcarn, Thomas Tobin, P. Pourkc, I). Glccson, Ritchie Pros,, and Charles Ryan, and quote Draught geldings £311 to £.'15 15s, draught mares £28 to £33, 3-year-old draught geld ings £18 to £20, 2 year old do. £11 10s to £25, buggy sorts £8 to £15, ponies £5 10s to £12 15s. On Monday last wc held a very success ful clearing sale for Mr. Walter W. Lee, on the farm, near Southern C...

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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

WARRNAMBOOL. | O'Brien Bros, report: Tuesday, March 24. Pigs.-*507 penned, of which SO wero stores. A good demand for all primo pens, bub medium descriptions were not toobribk, and even at lower rates wore hard to quit. Stores wcro also dull, and pricca lower. We sold 141 for Mcsura John Mahur 98fl. J. M'Leod 55s, W. HOBO 63S Gd, M. O'Shanaeay Q7s, James Bushell 73s (id, John Bonnctt 50a, John M'Dougall (Byaduk) 70s Gd (top price of the market), J. Johnstono 72s 6d, 15. Wickham 75s 6d, Samuel Smith 74a 6d, M. Purcoll 57s (id, John O'Brien GGi, M. Scott 75s Gd, John Strain 71s, P. Siunott 66s 6d and 70s Gd, M. Dohcrty 58a Gd, 0. K. Tulloch {Baxter'sdairy) 74a Oil, Mrs Pytcholl 77a, A. Pressor 78s 6d, E. UobcrgangG9a 6d, Mra Wilkina 69a Cd, Thomas Tallin Glf, Thomas Collius 749, H. G. Lucas 77s, P. C« Duffus 74s Gd, G5s, and 55s Gd, and H. and J. Crothors 64s. Quotations-Prime bacon pigs 72s to 79a fid, good do. Gua to 70s, light weights 54a to G3a, batkfatlers 55a to 98a, beBb stores...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

PORT FAIRY. There was a good attendance of mem bers present at the special meeting of the bowling club, held on Wednesday evening, for the purpose of considering the question of acquiring more ground in order to con vert the present green into a five-rink one, instead of four, as it at present stands. It was decided that a letter be forwarded to the borough council, asking for an exten sion of about 20 feet of ground on the west side of the green. Messrs. Grant, Orr, and Reidy, were deputed to attend the meeling of council in order that they may answer any question that might be asked regarding the purposes for which the ground is to be used. On Wednesday morning while taking a walk on the south beach, the Rev. Father O'Regan lost his go|d watch and chain. A search was made without avail. Late in the afternoon Mr. Mauricc Denny passed along the beach, and in throwing up sand with an oar was fortunate enough to cast up the missing articles, which were promptly relumed to their owner....

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 28 March 1914

Stock markets. KOROir. O'Brlou Brofl, report Thursday, March 2G. Good yardingo and ft brisk sale. Pigs. 60 penned. A good demand for all forward conditioned well grown stores, but blips wero hard to quit oven at reduced rates. Wo sold for Mooflrs. II. ICyuns 23s, John M'Coriniclc C2s, 'He, 39s, 30h, nud 37e, and Mra Gurdinor lis, and quote best forward stores 39a to 52a, well grown anrts 3o0a to 37B. nud atipf) 1 la. Sheep.-327 penned. Competition was firm find all lots wore sold by auction for Messrs John Lcnch«.n crossbred ewes (aged) 12a <ld, erossbrod lambs (small) 9s lOd and comoback ewes 8s, Miclmcl Dwycr prime owes 15s 9d, John M'Cocmick cro«abred wenucra Us Hd, J, W, Ccawlcy tuotiuo wethers 13s 4d, crossbred and comeback Iambs 10a 8d, fat ewes 18s, Michael Malonoy crossbrcd and comoback ewes in fair con* ditinn 13s. Gattlo.-2-16 yarded. A few prime cows nold readily. Dairy cows and forward springing heifers wcro in brink demand and notwithstanding the ooutinued dr...

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