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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

F . W. MORRIS, ICelp~tet'andl utillIer. DlESIRES to announce that he is now r-.I e ;eident in Leongatha, and hopes ., to merit a fair share of public support. A Competent Painter and Paper hanger employed. All Contracts entered into, and com ..pleted in a WorkmanshizManner. SpPali t eptin Stock; Latest Desigens. -[:.NEXT W. HEWETT, SADDLER. SPioneer Saddlery. S FIELD Desires to announce Sthat he has Iurchased the SADDLEIRY BUSI~ESS casfidd 'on by lMn G. A. SAYERS during the past 14 years, and hopes for a continuance of the liberal support accorded to his predecessor. The proprietor has been employed by Mr Sayers during the past 12 months, which is a guarantee that he is a cornm ptent tradesman in all branches. All SGaddlery Ifeqdisites kel~pt in stock Repairs a Specialty. HIorsehair bought in any quantity. Highest price given. WO LFS AROMATIC SCHNAPPS :" GIVES S 8ATISFACTION a's a :Beverage and U1Ti .IITY asa on ic Avoid OCounterfeits S PEGCIAL NOTICE TO. LADIES. WXTILTL Ladies kind...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MIXING CEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

MIXING CEMENTFU In mN~lg conirete, or hdraun?o cment:: S. too iucl e ?t soraen t cumopl i used iThis greattl ealesieni .be cementi and makes it or bler u ile Myur Gilin0ors rule bdr the poolr qumantity of water wil ae to se only so niicis that the fiSihed :mass would be about as din p as broirwn sugar. W h en itthi Adsihitisid it.lnifin t beispread' rywell, but ha to be rammed or patted into position. S In nsixing$ thm water is put oa iwith ia sprinkler,and atmo time is the mass allowed tobewet. - - SFor cement mortar 300 pounde of: oement (or one barrel), trodiirrels of said and hell :,. ibil ofj'tt? . ill b " found a fair: pro-. portioni. This rnll cover'192 square feetit n linch thick Irhe dffirithe saiment is ;groh;ind the bet?ir. After mixingi, disturb t it alit ih as posouble. . o ,rkinglie os no qdvantage to it;. After ftI hime gun to ses it must be left aloie, or - t will h' weakened. 'Fi' ~ nbemei qnilci i possible, but iS Sbe ld ti rememoereid that (1hi greaitr pm of she i...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

SMOKE DRIFT. :.The ??ath. is ann ounced of 'the widowi of R. L. Stevenson :The.German naval policy, i?itis announced, is to be continueds:. Severe earthqtiake sho?kl :in Nevada. Two'towns da~iaged. 8 The trouble withthe-butohelrs in Sydney. is'extending to i"the~ allied trades . Owing to -the long-bconitiued droughti crops iii:n 6uith iAfrica are a failure. hne Broaadford paper mnisllsnav.e temporarily closed dowinowinig to p lack of-wateri. : :: . ^i:-: - , *: British naval manoeuvres this year :abandoned.:'. "'Nothing fresh to be learned...: -:: ;i'-: " i:. a-period ? of- crefdit atrain amongst the nations, the year 1913 was abnormal,:: .: "The w·hiolesale price of butter has advanced -.d ii: Melbou0irne. t is now 1/1 perjlb W.:-ireless. is ni0qot 'likely to odis place -the :6rdinary ;telgraph lor telephone on land. .:-The Oceanic' Coo. :proposej to: do-,;the -r'unh between Sydney and London i'n 26dayvs.: :: : SIt is not expected. thata: a strike Will take place: in 'the butcherin...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TAR PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

The tar paper recommended for wrap ping about the seli??s of trees, to preven;: girdling by mice and ra;l~bitsiis the kiid used by builders for ining walls, roofing. and other purposes Trheree ir o~ver1ql'uialities of this paper, ~s~hli as siingle, double, and three-ply, and whers mnade with strong, thick cloth, conPd on both sides with'tar. . To cut up anlly rade of tar paper, use a sharp kilife, dipping the bladd, oeessionally, in'spiiit's of ii~etine,' or use a iiarge pair of shears. Whll??e cutting with a khife, the phiei should be .aid flat on a board. The eize of the piece. will depend upon the size -of thile slenls os sre trees tobe protected.-If Syoe " a?niiiet'get ?eeiglit 'Ikind of t:1?r i'per uee coinmon brewn wrapping paper, and, ;fter Ilhis is npp?ed-to your trees, coat the ontside awith tah . pplying :it hot, ? iti an old psaiit brush : .: -; - .. --- - - -+-

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australian Made Goods. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

Visitors tothe local 'show on Weriesday should 6ot miss ,the dispilay ofAustralian iade goods in. various s hop .yinidows of thel town E:The;A;N.A. haveiinstituted a ooal - window-dressing ornm petition-Australian-made goods only.' :be ised -with h id ea of lencouraging the purchase of goods mnade in Australia.-: Made'.in Germany.": has proved to be' tihe greatest advertise~eifin Gier~mani 'ever had. .-Let uis bbe: roud of tithi stamp." Made in d..Australi a. : nd buy- the local'rticle- wenever procurable :ianui'facturerslfwouldI soon respond to'the"demiandbdarifdi the. result would bde that;thli, quality, of goods, would improve and nrew industries spring'tiupill over the Commonwealth. A prize: of one guinea is to be awarded for: the most effectively-dressed"'win dow. The windows will be judged on show morning by a visitor from Korumburra. The following shop keepers are dressing a wirndow: Messrs Colvin, Edney, Walker, Molloy, Robinson, Neal, Craig, Ford, and the Co-operative Store...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEEP FOR HILLY [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

'H EEP FOR HILLY -large seeotioa of hilly and mountainous eobitry embraefug everal counties oi SButbeistern lNew York soand Northeastern Phniyelaiiia, ia devoted almost exclusively to dairying, a?i? yet it iB an admirable sOuiutry for shL-husbliandiry. The regioni iis5got adl'ited o corn dr cloiei gro'bsving; Iherefore silage snout of the question and winter dairying impracticable. Now, what weal minhtain 15 cows, will mainint~i100 th'eep. The dairyman with 15 eowl'bi to Vdb ibhired man; .the flock ma'&ii.ios no.. n M!t'ise thliin, of his iiveotnien?s in dairy atii bnhaiitch an creamers, chilrhs, pails, &e. Tieo'bnly 'iiiplei;ant the flockissaster w-ants ils 'a ' air of enep shears. There is tlie rliritery of miltarng twice a 'day, Sundays am'bill, raih or shine.. The women of the hoiseholld are Ciot " under the: rod " con thanilly ehurlnis. packing butter, cleansinig the utheidhils ans d;airyhouse. The dairyma~h pifraps drives , thle railway station once or cWise a ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Leongatha Show. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

Lr::-eongl.~ a th Show,_ij The annual show of tlie ond gptha A P.Society will be eldt to- morrowv (Wedrnesday). Judgiin ig f;thile do raigliht and .blood ;ilstok aind ponies will take pilace oni l show ground rifng and th:e hack i ieey?,hunters; an h.biiggy events: o;i the;ireocreation reserve :-oval, com en cing-at12 ':i h;i^:: All:-arrange? iiehts have he~en.rcompleted.~fa th e'holdih ofagrecord exhibitionr afdillif -the'iveset 6cool chaige ^pr?vails- :th'e 'ittendandce shduld: beat all previiodus sihps.h .Theidis." trict exhibit will be. anrattractive one this 'yeai, ndi will be w'orthy of inspiectio hby;all odnthe grourid. Mr .-E:-F. iMcNamara lias charge oftlhe public oliuncheon, afternoon tea '&c:which .is :a guarantee of satisfactibon:. Trains -forb, the coni veyance of pas'sengers and exhibits after the showiwill le?ive the Leoh-: gatha:-stationi for Port Albert at 7.9 p.m?.; and :for FosteFr at 8 p.m. lT he -rteturn sp!ecial -to Kortim burra will depart at 7.20 p.m....

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADAPTATION [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

ADdAP~TIONi Sis he'rlsinl' oetter to liave the isoil and ifiate adeptie to thlieciropi,: or plants' w? RLosse cultivasng thlni otlhe wioe, but'wl aEtliot always saEiuro jisl tlihe riiht condsi I co segmelntls, we niitist overcobss bfi.ulbulih t isbdir'nh an skill. 'yotir soil is soo heavy,;- Iiid ind -poob fibe trees oldi sr thir oint! oi~ desire to g l- slvta , tireak t ilp, enricii and dd.: somie o : f;fkiiiOridatedi.hich i. .ill niali.e it light ajiffrtile. 'bit is cold aund wet, uiaiderdraid and $otgh deel, unsang h subsoiler. - * 'Onh very ligls and dry soils, trees should b~i kept well aitihed duriiig die:growing ubision, ithnotVthsllls jcrroiniil.. WhilsWifUeiiusi adilit that thereis mtish i~ iitheaifgtatin oft plnts tb soils, this di not prevent the skillful cnltivators btn~jging togoth·r an imlmelnse niouber ol dfffibrent kinds ud species, as seen in any of otir laf-gre nursieries. If isiatirbr hais iDOt potided the proper conditiblis, we mulst Lvidett?hi bya'irtifoiSal mel...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. KILCUNDA PICNIC. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

CORRESPONDIENCE. - KILOUNDA PICNIC. TO THE EDITOR. T h l~r- ki, ing possibly the parents of the:Leonigathah school. children may be under the im pression.that the Leongatha schod?l conmmittee hav?e -:joined with the Meeniyan school committee in hplding the: pinic to Kilcunda-on Friday next, I wish to state that sich is not the case.: I- received'a membo from Mir Dike, of Meeniyarli, stating that -their committee .were holding a. pchnic to Kilcunda oii Friday, Februinary 27th; but that they would note-ncroach on Le6n gatha.. A few :days after receiving -this.fetter-a furtl?er memo., reached mde inviting: the Leongatha com mittee to join with them; I replied that my committee could not do so, as the Leongatha show was to.be held orin the. 25th (Wednesday), and that two events Were6 too much for the onewek -. At thie same tide I vished thlei- comiitCee every suc cess on :their picnic day, which I still .d,.o I feel that-:thisexplana tion is' due .frbmmy committee 5to the parenits iind ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM WOOD ASHES ON VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

TEFARM. - 90m "ufls olt vz aa ". asi? 1amii timber busne l uleshrlnl i wo6ild, iddi now stored under a shed i~ ?u dii lt eeaible eoidition for apply !tj'o tib Vegeuble garden. It will not di Ihbix thi sihei with chicken manure, be. ilte Litg gbL iu the ashes will liberate Sit setif66 thel i~ioniia anhtniother volatile , Iksf;tldl, 6i akiiild notbeldlt, se they are" fil?tabla elemeam of the food of plants. :t ?shei or lime are to be mixed ivith the ,odjpings of tofts, they should always be sedbmpanied bl a quantity of dry muck, lti, loam,or plaster as abso-hents of esoap ig'sases. dompost youz hen man" .h gIodl6anm: d 1almold from the woo. Hd you will it eorhlth illi? valite; Iget it into SbttBi' blaitti` i fif hliiil g, and even lrtirabution ovor your garden. Te rlints nfii d sla ie beet for " lb~ithli2:r'i or Rbirib dfi n land filnfr..b ibsed b felrilitsetier 11 kiiid 'df plaits with $h1 rlly urtinsenefielal reult.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mirboo Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

Mirbo? Shire Council. F or'ioShire of Wooraylitatinig thiat councioil had agreed to con tribute:£6:;towards j6int boi-ndary *woiks aiind 'that?a letter-hd d.eeni sent :tothait effect in November.- No comminidatio had com62 e-to hand?- Engineer to attend to work as soon as possible. a' Sn :P"MOTIONS. : In:.i glis;: Boyson -Th at: :tenders be called :for gradingat aMtcQueen s and Davis'? returinable. ,-at special meeting. ENGINEER S REPORT.,. RIe Mardaia Road Thomas arid Davis road- towaids :Mirboo Ndortli.:-, There :is-a 'fairly: long st¥reto-:bf :othis .irad whioh-?could bei subimittedi uhder olai rfr'Gov Goverinment e Grait. Eariftivoriks wouid be" recquired neairMdbQuen's" gate" and 1 at, OMalley's :::road; Culverts; ,et, woiuld have :tbbe constructed: and batters trimmed. I conisider thattt. o carry out these wirks :for- Goveinmi ent Granitthe work wouldiostlpractically :double what ' oi?dinairyworks would cost, say:6s :6pi:er chain i fdor a 20 :fo'?t fo'rmati?nsii as agait?st 3s...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

SO DAES of:?-'" "? -:wi l t o... :.,- .ja:": , " :s a ie Follown gare ti diates for the :annuatl shows in '191`4 fei?.lebshs startd fihesaalge er tohe redue d from : ld to 6d pe word ·';The rextreme= heat: of lthuop~ast' few d··ii:g-ays hasstarted fires iall over :the ;State;,l::

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

IMCartin & Co ~SepLeongatha. Shep and Cattle Salesmen,?: - S: tock Station, Land &-Financial Agents. - CATTLE SALES, 1914. a. Leongnath KorUxb' Thurs Frida. February .. 5 19 ..- 132 :,March... 5 19 .:.13 27 : April 30 24 j ;M ay.-?. _ . 14"728-;, S~???8- 22.: June ..11 25 .5 19 :July . 9 23 .. 3 17 31 August - 6 " 20 : 14 28; .September .. 3 17: . ..: :11: 25: SOctober .: . 1 15 29 : :-23 November.. 12 26 :6 20 December .. 10 24,-- ... 4 18 S -: ::Denotes First Sale. ' Agents for Sun lire Office; Colonial Mutual Life ; National Trustees, Execu: - tars and Agency Co. :. - Head ofie, Leongatha . Branch office SKorumiburia. Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OTJR NEXT SALE ON THURSDAY. 5TH MAlRCH. Korumburra Cattle; Sale. Friday, Feb. 27th: 1914. * - cCARTIN &:CO. will offer .or Sale -: .- at the Corporation Yards,;Korum : , burrn, next FRIDAY;:, . : - :30 2yr-old ShorthorniiSteers i',:. - 23Jr?se? Heifers, some springing'.:.' 26 Springeres- - .: 10 OFat Cow...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

FIRE' FI RE,! :::?: :::-?.?:? :,i : :: i :-? -? : ! : -G ~RAIG jSINEWSS AGENC~Y TEMPORARY :-PREMISES: IN' : -. LSNELL' SBUILDINGS;, .i ; 4Tws~~ojloraF mO Cdr~ner~ 4 IEW Stock Statioiiery Con feotioniery and School Books to .hand, together witi o~irusual supply of Newspaipers: and1 Maga -nes. STickefs forEightHiours and . Druids' A·rt Unions. - .. .. - i ·.:- ·I ?:,?.· :;: -· : · '-i r Commnowealth Carriage : Factory and :-I"SHOEING FORGEI ILEONI~GATIA. -J. ."H. CAMPBELL, Proprietor.i The Largest-Manufacturer in :he . District. an : hd'that isii?-~t: "my " o Vehicles ofall daesoriptions made : : on the premises.- ' No slumming. Every~ artiple finished off ~irith care and elegance. My work has been in the district for'years, and speaks for itself. Blacksmithing executed in all iits branches. :Do You Want Good :-Value For Your Money ? PRICES RIGHT. .. IF SO, CALL ON . Y T. H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, PLUMBER and T...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Maize and Onion Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

Maizeandd Oion iCrops . At the meetilng of comriioittee of -the Leongatha -Agricultural Sodiety :hii'don Saturdata last, thfle judges (M essrs Geo? W. :Williams and-Aledx.,'Allan presented 'the following report and awarded prizes for :the miaize ,crop .--We have inspected the plots of maize entered fo your sdociety s prize wi thi the t;xiception of one, vIhioh was wtthdrawnC Th first plot visited was thati entered by Mr: T. Hurley, and growing on Messrs Gunnersen lsproperty. : The plot was- on a -creek flat,- and: was an exceedingl 3pwell-grown:: and healtihy looking crop, .coveri'ng the ground ::very -evenly, a,.nhd: of uniform heighitalmost throughouit the whole area. :The :varieties were Hiclory rKing: and Yellowi Dent. The0 plaflting ::hadli?en done in a systematic way, which allowed for ::the::. workilg of. the' liorse hoe a~ numiber of waays thi'ough .the crops asi lesired.The cultivation n.had "bee h--well dorne, and weeds were conspicuous by their absen?fe. This growe hlis t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

In referringi to .the:. Catholic sports in last issiue, to'be: held on March 18th, the Rev. - P. J. C yne was :inadvertently mentioned .as presiderit; : The -Rev: P. O'Brien was elected to this position, and: is already Sbhowing :a .deep- iln terest in tthe movement-- .: - SAt the. con mittee m'eeting of the Agricultural' Society. on Saturday last, it was: decided to ruin the- special train 'back to. Foster after the -show on ''Wed nesday at 8 p.m ..Passengers and exhibits. to all .stations beyond Foster may return by the ordi: nary. train, which leaves Leon gatha at 7.9 p:n. This special service should be appreciated by those residing east of Leongatha, for they will be. able' to .each their homes at a-decent .hour. It was at first "arranged to?. hold-the special back till after the concert, but it was considered that the convenience of the people' would be better served by runnring- the tra'in earlier . -.....; : School committees- would I be well.-advised in recoiimending tb the ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

TH-÷ ?IiE UP-TO-DAT?E BOOT MAN u. E. W. ROBINSON. - The Bargain Centre of Leongatha For S;Ladiea', Gentlemen's & Children's -Boots and Shoes. And at Prices Lower than Elee where. SAnd at Prices Lower than Else where. We munderstand our Business, ??ii: and know when we are giving Sgood Value. Come and inspect the Stock which is New and Up to-date, all the Latest Designs, and bought from the Leading Manufacturers. We guarantee you every satisfaction at the Noted Bargain Centre.-E.W. RosmBNSoN, Bair street, Leongatha. thd& wLeongaha iow. Wednesd'ay, Feb~ruary 25. DOQN'T FORGET :IGRAND !CONCERT:: In the evening. -Best :tal? n t e a.il.ble. ega ed:-hi - A Night Brlifull of Rumorous I. Iteims. Toi prevent disappoinrment itis advisable to book reserved seats Box Plan at Ford's. T. M GIBSO1O, GREAT SOUTHERN A &-P. : SOCIETY. :- :FOSTER. - sHOW DAY:: Wednesday, March 4; 1914. Entries close Wednesday, Feb. 25th,1914. Late entries Saturday, Feb. 28th? 1914. SPECIAL TRAI...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

CRICKET. The match an the Leongatha Recreation Reserve between the -- teams captained by Messrs Bond and-Lardner on Wednesday last er7suilted in an easy win for the ~i~~former.Scores-" BOND'S TEAM. Bond, c b Tarrant . 833 Munro, not out 102 *Fletcher not out . . 17 Mesley, b Lardner 56 Grant, b Tarrant . . 3 'Sundries ..13 Three wickets for ..224 LARDNER'S TEAM. Lardner c b Richards 32 Gregory, c, b Richards 0. 0 Colb, b.Bonl.7 30 -- Dow cbGrant .3 Swan, b Grant . 15 Peel, b Fletcher 25 Tarrant, b Fletcher .. ..14 oHomberg, c, b Fletcher 0. Pearce, b Mesley .5 Warfe, b Mesley 0 O Sundries . 18 142

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

MELBOURNE PIGMARKET. Adason, Strettle & Co report Stores -Best from 535s to 39s, secon;ia 28s? to 34s, suckers from 12s to i 8ss. iPorkers.---Prime 40s to i45q,' extra-quaiit to! 50ss lighti fromi 35s. Baco n ers.--Prime from . 66s to -72s, extra 73s to 80sa few choice ·farmers' lots to 86s,:prime medium weights 60s to 65s, light and intermediate from 50s. ChoPi pers (backfatters) .Extra prime heavy £5 to £6 17s 6d, prime weighty £4 to £4 15s, others from 50s upwards. The United States-is talking of._ building 1000 miles of railway ini, Alaska. The State miineat Wonthaggi i again idle,: the w:iliAeir having.,i; struck.. 1914 is here and you will rquire : diaries and almanacs. We have a good range in stock. L. L. Smith's almanac is always popular, and we have them always in stock. Diaries are handy to keep stock and farm accounts. Don't forget hooks and lines for the river. We have large stocks on hand at Ford's Fancy Shop and Sports Depot.--GsoRE Foan, McCartin.etret..

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

S: MARKET$:: :. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SSELLING CO.'S REPORT. Butter.-1is for choicest, 11id to 11i3d 'for choice, good to prime 103d4-to: !d, secbnds 10d:to i0%d, separators and dairies 9%d to l0d and 7'/d to 8d respectively. Cheese.-Loaf 6d, mediums 534d to d6d, off lots lower, semi-matured 6d to 6'd, matuired 8d to 8/d. Eggs..Storekeepers lots lld to is, private lines is id; specials up to 1is 3d., Baconi.- Prime, light sides i0d" to 10idO:d medium weights 9-d, : heavies' lower, middles 10id to ?ldi hams ls to 1i id. ."Lard --Bulk 6d to 6%d, packetse 7d. : Wheat. -F.A.Q. 3s 8d;to 3Ss .8d, fowls' wheat 3s 6d t p3s 6l,/ iiferior lower.: .Oats. Millinig s. i0dto ils 10',/d feed-is 9d:t: oils" 9:d for b:est.ls ?'?6/d to. is' /2d ifor; mediumfi M~aize- NIominaipice 3s l(d1 Potatois--* Pidriie Carmnitls £4, Brownells £4 45s tn:o ?4 :i0s, miedium- andt in ferior lines lower. BOnions--£7 10~iis' now, doljtainable :for prime lines Chiff.f PrimiSe: oaten' is selling! at? £3 ·2s 6d, good at...

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