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ATTEMPTED BURGLARY UNDER ARMS. A MUSIC TEACHER'S HARMONY DISTURBED. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

ATTEMPTED BUBGLABY UNDER i£v:;s:;.-,;-.-VARMS.; . . . ?? : ' ?/. A; MUSIC, TEACHER'S JffABMONY ; '?? DISTUBBED. '-?;?'.- i '; Melbourne, Tuesday. - A daring attempt at burglary under arms: took place at the residence of Madame Miranda, a well-known teacher of singing, at an early hour ibis morning. The burglars presented a revolver at Madame Miranda, who was awakened by their movements, but she screamed loudly, and becoming alarmed the intruders de camped, leaving their lantern, chisels, and brace and bit, which have been placed in the hands of the police.

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CABLES AND WIRES. British and Foreign. THE BRITISH AND THE BOERS. AN AFFRAY AT JOHANNESBURG. DISTURBANCE QUELLED BY POLICE. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

CABLES AND lips?; British and Foreign; THE 'BRITISH AND THE BOERS. AN '; AFFRAY AT JOHANNESBURG. : iDISTUEBANCE QUELLED BY ;V ViV. - POLICE. ?' : '-'- ] T. ? : London, January 15. ;' The feelingV; between v Britishers and Boers inv: the; Transvaal, fallowed to smoulder since Dr Jamieson's raid, has again been the cause 'of a disturbance at Johannesburg.' The chairman and sec retary of the TJitianders' League- were arrested by order of the Boer authorities on . a charge, of sedition, based on tho activity of the League in preparing the giant petition to the Queen complaining of the 'oppression of the Boors and tho shooting of 'the Englishman Edgar. - Soon after the news of the arrests' became known a second petition to the Queen was drawn up, and arrangements mado for holding a mass meeting of Uitlanders. The . meeting . took place, but a number of burghers obtained admission and created a disturbance. A free light ensued, during which fists, chairs and benches, as well as any other ...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE North Western Advocate. Published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Morning. FAIR AND IMPARTIAL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1899. RECORD REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

the ._ ';':^v..'; ?'.'.'? )-?;?;.;. :. ?'? '?? ? '.' PullUlied every Monday, Wednesday, and -.. ?? . Friday Morning. ::, 1 ': ; FAIR: AND IMPABTIAL. , ?'? ' ? WEDNE&Ai\JAXuXiiris,im. liEcqhii^EV'E^rj^^ETu^N^. Thr^ .reveriae^ returns .. fpt^lSOS^were, published . '? officially £ A m^i '. yesterday's '/Gazette.'.; They- 'mark! the year' as the '.^record, 'ione; :Jor;i_Tasmanla. - The revenue amounted to; i6908,005, which ccK^ra\'';t^r^r^/yrar.i;(l89i);''by £25,000.V;' and ? shows . ' a net increase npon' the/receipts: for 1897 of £68,IC7. Itis tree. that: tiie revenue is £5,170 less than Sir P. 6. Fysh estimated it would be in July lastj but his calcula tions were disturbed to an almost equal amount by the remission of the stock tax, which 'i swept, away £4,000 of revenue, and by further, liberality on the part of hon members -when the Customs Duties Bill was under consideration. Assuming that the expenditure; -has been restricted to the amount author ised by Parliament, there...

Publication Title: North Western Advocate And The Emu Bay Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. OUR SPECIAL REPORT. A RISE IN POTATOES. DELIVERIES OF LOCALS FALLING OFF. SALES YESTERDAY UP TO £6 10s. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

THE SYDNEY PBODUOE MABKET. OUB SPECIAL BEPOBT. A ' A BISEDN POTATOES. ?' DELTVEBIES OF LOCALS FALLING ..?'??.. OFF. . SALES YESTERDAY UP TO £6 10s. Sydney, Monday. Five hundred and ninety bags of pota toes arrived at- the Bedfern Railway Station this morning. This being a much smaller consignment than the late average the market rose £1 per ton. The highest price obtained was 6a 3d perewt for prime large Brownells, equal to. j£6 5s per ton, while Binall ' sold down to Is 6d per cwt. Dealers expect that these prices will be maintained this* week, unless a boat arrives from Tasmania. About 200. bags of Circulars are* still on the wharf. Six thousand bags of Ameri can maize, besides New Zealand and some from Melbourne, caused the quotation to recede to-day to 3s 9d, market weak. OatB are suffering in consequence, and soles were made to-day at 2s 3d. Chaff, small lots ' forward ; priceB firm at last week's rates. Bran, 7d. Pollard, lOd. Wheat is not quite so firm, gales of milling being...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

Shipping. Union Line .of Steamers. FOR MELBOUBNE— PENGDIN.This day, 2.30 p.m. : niOAl Mi^UOCBNE— . For Devonport — , PENGUIN, Friday. ?FOR SYDNEY—'1,' - - TEKAPO, Friday, G p.ni. -' . '' ' . TAIEBI, Friday,. 27th. . ' % FOR STRaHAK— r OROWAITI, This day (cargo only)! ,' PENGUIN, Snturday, 2.30 p.m. [FOR NEW ZEALAND PORTS, FKOM HOBART- t TAHAWERA, Fnday. WAKATIPU, Friday, 27th. ^ ' JAMES MURRAY, , . '? Manager. '''James Paterson and Co's line. Iron DoTonport for Sytuioy. EASBY leaves Friday, 20th, 6 plm. -( GLAUCUS, eaily. 1 ► Agents— STANLEY, 'G. Tatlow. BUBNIE, Tasmnumn Farmers' Coopera tive Association. W. A. PEARCE, Devonport. White Star Line of Steamers. Tfci SS SOBSET Leaves Launceston FRIDAY EVEN INGS for Devonport, Latrobe, Burnie, , ' ' Wynyard a'nd Stanley, and leaves Devonport for Launccston WEDNES DAYS at 9 am. 1 TkSSAHY Leaves Launceston TUESDAY EVEN INGS for Devonport, Ulveretone, Pen i guin, Burnie. Wynyard, and Stanley ; ? and leaves Devonport for Launceston MONDAYS, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

'^lifliiir ;&wr ? ? * - - -i - :--';:';i^;--:i^V\-^:'--'^i.1';. . ^???V:'-'-/'.;'-'-'-- '- ;J?' 'VT ' t ??? 'Witftt^SjA'L fiT*- 'FIRST -~ CLASS ^ V .-? x - ^S:!lif'!lil»|(|i?s .:'.f ^f'-D /.shoes \ ^H % -^ ?'-??'?^i' cnll Kfeforepurchasvng elsewhere. Tou will also find an excellent assortment of :\; /'. ! K%$3^^ .?'. . :^\:M. ^ te^'(?P^|ffi-iesale:, Prices for i Spot Gash. . ? ?r^-M^ '* |peywi§»^^i^i^iin|^V CK««p Meat ' '' ' ' ; ''? ''?'sJ.'JJ%irTII'Atf, ^M ? Warehouse '? ?' ???????? ;V-': -: ' ^7^®*]? .^e^t'* Wfc'ceiwrlirl«*,: implement . '.'''.'. ??'?-?'! K: support the' nbjW' butcher, ? ??' !:''' 'Stoker, 'Y '''?' ''. y- f STEELE STBEEVflfEST .DEVONPOET. ^!lE#i:T6»TSB^ - And Keiiernl Smitli. * '* * &iEOMfiJBJ#WNv t ^H°:H^S^Ti-- STEpSTliEET^ST^DEVONPp .? MANUFACTURER, . IMPORTER, ? ANdI ^ ^^^'POrf, ,i ^MM^^m^^^ ? K^f^?1^^^!:! I;;^s ^#Sx THE BESTIR ^flfS^S^; ' ^^.?r:;;-Cr«*My:-: l-^l.-' : ^i888?1?1^^-.^'^; -ir-»iviVlr-^-r:-T-'-itJAI-IXYi-----' '-;! ,.-'? Any descrip...

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KATHLEEN'S LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

KATHLEEN'S LOVER., ./?I didike to leave Tim alone, Eathleeo,' gaid In, Dcanc. ' - ; / - «DeoH tbiak it»at H, mamma. Yoa must Wtemtii. «nd I »m nut fctnaj. IihaUbe r 'Tea, I knM-, nd father wiU get heae ' 'S ''jtflua MHon' m posrible. But you will bo jalsne lor two nighta.' . ' ?.'??? . - ,-.- ^ 'Well, mother, dont wotrj; it cant be , tk*»a.' ..?' ?? ??? ' ?' 'Ton will be mm to keep K«re in tbi boo» . ; -' ' .♦ilhyoa?1'- '.' ? ? ? ? - i'ttm. DoootteoaUs way manaboatme.'11 ?'.' / Ikim with many miegmogs that Mr. and pta. Drnu ctuted on their trip, the' r«*ot, ntaCTIuBrice iatiiaidated ill the po^iki m that jnetion ufiho ccmntry. ' . Vlhtj lifcl only becu gone »n hour or ?? when - - [IMilwD's lover, Panl Berljn. came in. They ifc^-qnaiRnodtwo d»ji before, and hi wlcnd ''' '''.'''mlhtt bontalinslj. ?:..' i 'lnM )OVzp&m-B,'hB taid, ai it m «x r ylwaiioo of bis -riait. ' TV.y told mo you ' laaat rt y fcm« »lono f or two otehti.' ? -.'fi '?'? p'Ic«,'ib»«ii»rered, n«t looking »t him...

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A PRIMRVAL SCRAP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

A PBIUUVAL SCRAP. Adam and *n were haviag a slight dotsestk diSeoltf . ?'HI had known it was going to be like this, 1 nasw would have married you,' she sobbed. 'Dont worry about that, my dear,' be re sponded, ' I'm not enjoying it any sore than yoa are.' 'There yo« go again. Yo« haWt tbe slightest regud for my feelings.' 'Ob, but I have, my dear,'besnearad. 'I'm mn I dsn't d»t attention to anv other women. and you can't say that I ever said your biscuiti ., werea't as good at my mother made.' 'You uevar bad a chance,' she saukppe* at him. 'Tbe?« all riist,' bo nagged, after tbe fashion of husband* who try to put a great deal of Meaning into what there is really none in ; ?? bat just tbe same I wasn't particularly un happy before I ever met you.' '? Neither was I before 1 mot you,' and hei face grew red sod white in spot*, as sbe sparred withhia. ' Aw, w«U now, my My,' be said with more or lass scorn, ' I guess yen vern't much before I married yoa.' , .... 'Igtrets Im about as much a...

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N. W. COAST IMPORTS, EXPORTS, AND DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

N. AV. COAST IMPORTS, EXPORTS, ?« AND 'DUTIES.- - V ',- The following is a return showing the value of imports, exports, also duties coK lected'at the several Sports on the North West Coast during the: month ended December 81, 1898, as compared with the' corresponding month of ^ the ' previoua yeari— ? ? - -3N«t— * ?' \OOOO ???MMS» jji k..-1-JNX ,OSOO HO(-S 5 UimttOO-* QS3t~O * t*-G0C4O ;£ ^* ce oo oote i- o^ , »- ri to -r moo oer-T ,-. r* c ? ' v ? ?aoiH^io .. oooo . onfh,-i o xt-t-«oo ?' ??: :,oo'oo ;.,:toe«eqt^ .- -i « m * C c — ei o onoii soso ? ] ? ' J ^HHOIH .iOOOO , «OBS 3 « oooo oo -?.. oooo ?? iooMt - *% W OS -J« t» -^ CM -*? 1= -N 5S rt ^- C t* t- b- -t« r« r— O -r* HhOK M -o-S es'«T efi-- fl-ioooo toooo oaoe e L^-- oom ' oooo .oot-e-o P, ?H !H IH i ' HH, o oc^ise1) i-io-«e- *^m-^c4 S COC»-*4CO lS-f-tSO , tO'mOw^ a ^nHHn -*aooei '-^ouii-t Q ^*o''0'«i'tr aT «'» i-T ?£* FHt-l, I _ oo _ oo , 7^ fill fill iJjjS ttiii sill i «|iii. ? -81HI ai|I! Hl-ll ili§: fill i\i\ 3 5 fi Si ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

Births.       FYSH.— On January 14th. at 88 Arthur street, Launceston the wife of P. Oakley Fysh— a son.               MELROSS.— On the 9th inst, at 184 Charles street, Launceston, the wife of Jas. R. Mel   ross— a daughter.                 SIMM.— On the 15th January, at Mayne street, Invermay, Launceston, the wife of   W. Simm-a son.                   Marriages                 ANDREW— SWANSON.— On the 27th Decem ber, 1898, at Melbourne, by the Reverend Albert Abbott, Walter Burton, fifth son of James Andrew, o...

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DISHONEST CIVIL SERVANTS. TWO DISMISSED AT LAUNCESTON. Launceston, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

DISHONEST CIVIL SERVANTS.     TWO DISMISSED AT LAUNCES TON.   - ~ Launceston, Tuesday As a result of an inquiry by a board   consisting of Messrs E. Whitfeld. (Police     Magistrate), W. J. Bain (Collector of   Customs), and W. Hunt (Collector of   Taxes), an employee at the Launceston Electric Telegraph Office and a postman   have been dismissed for irregularities. The authorities think it undesirable to publish   their names.                

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

The ' Lancet' is the7 greatest medical journal in the world, and it says : — ' The ' Galley Brand Whisky is a thoroughly , well matured spirit, exceptionally mellow to the taste, and, notwithstanding its ex- . cellent rich color, there is no residue; tho mineral matter and rose oil are abso lutely nil. It is a highly healthy stimu lant.'— [Advt/| Wanted. ~'~ TXTanted everyone to ssow. Large Assortment of 'WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, SPECTACLES, etc., Good, Cheap. HEPWORTH, WATCHMAKER, T ROOKE STREET, DEVONPORT * For Sale. i FOR SALE— Two TENTS, one large and one .email ; nearly new ; cheap. H. CARTER, West Devonport.' FOK SALE.-Verandah and Garden Chairs Wheelbarrows, Tables, Chairs. Second hand Sewing Machines, etc WINDMILL v FACTORY, opposite Railway Station, Devon port. ' ' ? 11HE largest assortment of saddlery on the North-West Coast, at lowest pos sible prices, at JOHN THOMPSON'S, West Devonport. , ' Miscellaneous. XTTAXTED KNOWN. — That JOHN ? V T THOMPSON, West Devonport, is ...

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Stanley to Whale's Head. THE JOURNEY EN-ROUTE. AND THE NEW COPPER FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

Stanley to Whale's Head. »- THE JOURNEY EN-ROUTE. AND THE NEW COPPER -FIELDS. (BY ONE OF A PARTY.) On Sunday morning, New Year's Day, we were up betimes and underway for the wild West Coast as far as the recently discovered copper show at Whale's Head, via Montagu and Marrawah. The weather at starting was none too propiti- ous, and as the day wore on we became aware that a change from the fine weather of the past few days was approaching, and that in all probability we would have rain ere evening set in. However, we were not to be frightened by a threatened brush with Jupiter Pluvius,and rode on steadily, until at 11.30 a.m. we reached Montagu, where we found, much to our satisfaction, that ample provision had been made for the reception of both man and beast, and justice was done by all parties to the hos- pitality accorded by our genial hostess. Leaving again at 2.30 p.m. we proceeded on our way to Marrawah, Green Point, but had only crossed the Welcome River when the unwelcome ra...

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The Gatton Tragedy. ANOTHER PHASE OF THE MYSTERY. A VIOLENT MADMAN NEAR GATTON. Brisbane, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 18 January 1899

The Gatton Tragedy. ANOTHER PHASE OF THE MYS- TERY.                   A VIOLENT MADMAN NEAR   GATTON               Brisbane, Tuesday.     A man who is supposed to be a lunatic visited a camp of telegraph line repairers near Gatton, the scene of the Murphy murders, last night and flourished a long knife, with which he threatened to kill somebody. He also announced in sten rorian tones that he intended to cut the police into mincemeat. Ultimately he was induced to go away. Mr M'Neil, brother-in-law of the victims of the murder, who has been by some people connected with the tragedy, has left Gatton for Toowoomba. He says he will not return till he is sent for. It is understood that the police have reason to believe that the Gatton and Ox- ley...

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THE DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND'S JEWELLERY. JOHNSTON SENTENCED TO SEVEN YEARS. London, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

? ^ THE DUCHESS OF SUTHEHLAND-S ' I JEWELLERY. \ JOHNSTON SENTENCED TO SEVEN \ YEARS. \ f London, January li}. ' The man William Johnston, whtfco.j. ' Eg mitted an audacious' theft of the DucheKv J || of Sutherland's jewellery from a Paris s . * railway carriage some few weeks ago, has V -. 3j been sentenced to seven years', imprison- \ , wj ment.- Johnston admits the 'theft, but \- g declines to state where the jewellery, \ 5 which is valued at £30,000, is hidden. I K _ ? . i W

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THE TROUBLE IN THE TRANSVAAL. DOER OFFICIALS ACCUSED OF FAVORITISM. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

TEE TROUBLE IN THE TRANS- & VAAL. f*. BOER OFFICIALS ACCUSED OF §*! FAVORITISM. 5&J ? -£$ London, January 18. fcPi% In connection with tho disturbed state §Of' of affairs in the Transvaal, the frequent mj interviews which Mr Jos. Chamberlain, trs$ Secretary of State for tho Colonies, hos had §'&?', with Mr Cecil Rhodes (Leader of the'Pto^, ^ _j£| gressives in the Capp Parliament) and -Sir gj§ Alfred Milner (High Cormnissioner 'oV L&j ?a— 4J ? t-1 ) mu iil. ... tiu. l..i nrfCign- \ Pig don, are attracting much attention. \ 5^ Matters are quieter at Johannesburg, but \ §£ there is a strong feeling among the British -, -Tffj residents that therBoer officials showed \ '' ' SH gross favoritism towards the Boers during 'J \ ^ the recent tumult in tho city. ? S

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FRANCE AND HER ARMY. AN ENORMOUS EXPENDITURE London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

FRANCE AND HER ARMY. AN ENORMOUS EXPENDITURE^ London, January 17. France is making large additions to her i^ troops in Corsica and Tunis. dj In the Chamber of Deputies M. Chas. iKv Pelletau, a member of the budget com- *« niiUce, strongly piotested against the ex; £$ cessi\e military expenditure of France^ &£ He quoted statistics to show that Franco f'| had spent one fifth of the total amount £f' expended on military afiairs by all the ig European nations. & ? _w;

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THE SUPREME SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

THE SUPREME SACRIFICE, At ttie Jonetion of tte two roads whereof the one lead* to hell tod th* other to heaven, tkere stood* glorified spirit waiting. Many (ouli passed before him to the right and to tho left. Bome ben weights upon their shoulders, for . in that land sin 11 a palpable burden and bears the sinner down. Others then were of tadlaht upaet, for in thtt land truth is a living presence and (tlorifies his own. And still tbe spirit waited. -Mow there came toward him a woanaa, bowed beneath an exceed* ingry gnat bsraen. A weight there Wu upon her saooldm, and in her right hand and in Lei left. And she drew near unto the idul that waited and looked yearningly into' his eye*. u What dost thou P' she questioned him. H« answered : ' 1 await here my beloved, my com rade spirit, lest peradventure she* draw nigh unto the gate of heaven, and I be not then U ? welcome her f Tba hardened spirit asked t .'And 'when ah« eontes wilt thou know her I'. ' . ' . ' Ay,' answered the waiting, s...

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CABLES AND WIRES. British and Foreign. THE DISARMAMENT PROPOSAL. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

CABLES AND Wip. | British uml' Forei»n. §g$s — kv^ THE DISARMAMENT PROPOSAL. S&o ? \hl London, January 17. l;:'V.r Count Tolstoi, tlie well known Russian £? i-^ writer and no\L'list,'in coin ersation with £^-J the Cs-ar said that if the peace propostj^- £%%?$ are to be le^nuled ab genuine Russia ! ^fj.-? should' convince the Powers of her bona V'i^'j fides by setting tiio example of disarming. :jj5f*'ji

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BRANDING CATTLE. THE NEW SYSTEM. GIBSON'S BRANDING FLUID. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times — 20 January 1899

BRANDING CATTLE. THE NEW SYSTEM' GIBSON'S BRANDING FLUID. Considerable interest is being taken by Victorian stockowners in the Gibson fluid branding process, onion Monday a .large number of people visited Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne, to examine the result of the liquid on the live animal on view, and on the tanned hide. There was a general consensus of opinion that the process was in every way satisfactory. The cow was branded 18 months ago, and on the por tion of tho skin touched by the fluid not a vestige of hair has since made its appear ance. The tanned hide exhibits no : ill effect from the use of the fluid, and, as the loss in connection with the fire-branding of cattle is estimated to total about £5,00,000 per annum for Australia, 'the value of the new process, should it come up to expectations when tried on a large scale, is simply enormous. ^ r.

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