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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

FRANCE. The Bonapartists have received blow by the reconnstruction of the Cabi-<*> net, as it does not contain one member of Bonapartist proclivities.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Government Officers. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

Our Government Officers. Yours, truly, John Roche Ardill, L.S. The Bark Block, September 3rd, 1874. THE following letter appeared in Satur-<*> day's Evening Post:- Sir— As I believe the present system of our Government departments, is very deficii-Ut in maii-tgement as well as. over stocked with Government clerks, and officials; and as I also beEe-ve- that th? : prrioEc in general dr? jasot*. | Tune many officers 'dM3*e,"-*a->? xn *a*ht, of' onrso-canrd I "beg,. : with to J?y a. fine facts Twfore'-trieT?aaLy ?rpader*s''of "Tonrs* la * B *- ; -. merely premising that those facts and statistics are taken front the Bluer Book ? of 1?72. ' ' * lbfc. "We haverl-ci*-. offieew-. provided focundcr rw"Stedule A, .and ilr Vio-. toHa, chap.- 54, "as.-, —t >j .. ' *( . -'His:- Exc*?He*aey tbc-'GirwenuHV-ai a salary of £7600 a-ycarY -Chief Jnstacts, ': £2600 1 two pu&n? Jfudges, at £2000 a-year each-; Coltmial Secretary, £1500-; Colonial Trc3snrer, I £ls?r ; At'o*ney*...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Queen on Cruelty to Animals. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

The Queen on Cruelty to Animals. At the jubilee meeting of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, the Chairman (Lord Harrow-<*> by) announced that the following letter had been received. from-Sir .Thomas Bid-" { dulph ori tlie part, of the Queen; t^"- - - ?*??*'*?* \ " My dear Lord,—TheQueen lias coin m.-nuledme to address yon, as President of tlie Society, for. the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, on the occasion .of the "assembly-in tins .country' of the J foreign 1 delegates Connected with your, association, ; and: of the ?? jubilee of the society, to request yon to give expression pnblicly to her Majesty's trarin interest in the sricccss ,of ' the . : efforts which are being made,, at home :and abroad for tlie purpose, of diniinisliing; the cruelties practised on dumb animals.' The Qriceri hears and! Radswith horror, ofthesufferings which the brute creation j often undergo from tho thoughtlessness of the ignorant, and/she fears also some .tiri...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

CHINA. There are active indications that the Chinese intend to Compel the withdrawal or the Japanese from Formosa. The latter Will probably retaliate by making war. Tlie Japanese General is uu American whom his Consul arrested on the ground of his undue'interference, The merchants of Hongkong ha\e memorialised tho Secretary of State in reference to tlio injury .done to commerce by the;'-:blockade by Chinese'Custom-* cruisers. Several thousand men. have left Foo chon- and Amoy for Formosa. The captain of tho Canton, steamer, has lieen ncr*uittcd 6f any ?ncgligente with respect tb her wreck. ??———^— m" ill

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SINGAPORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

SINGAPORE. The commander of the Dutch forces in Acheer reports the capture of a vil-<*> lage and having driven the Achinese back from the vicinity of Kraton, though the opposing forces had received strong reiuforcei?Cuts. The Dutch an nounce the submission of ? three Aclii ucsc districts. Arrival.—Escort, from Newcastle, August 17.^ Departure.—Emily Smith, for the | colonies, August 19.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Madeline. (A Complete Talc.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

Madeline. (A Complete Talc.) ALL the girls who were leaving school carried with them anticipations of a gay winter, a round of parties, balls, and operas. Not so with Madeline ? launey. The - dying will of - her father : mado her aunt's house her home, for -the years between eighteen and ; amdeven if Madeline had been unwil ling to comply, she would still have ? gone, so great was her respect for her father's; memory. -..' : ; ' Mrs. Chathard was an iuvalid, and .her, family consisted only of her son-—a mat over -thirty, and said to bo eccen : itio— and the old family servants. . De cidedly not a very brilliant prospect for Madeline. It was a,sullen autumn day when .Madeline rode, for the first time, up the ] avenue leading toher aunt's house. She saw a gray sky, flying clouds, and a white beach, on which the sea beat heavily in, and standing hi'tho midst of ja cluster-of pines, was a low, massive, building, tliat might have been a prison, and possibly was a house. No one came ' to ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT IS THE USE ? [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

WHAT IS THE USE ? What is the me trimming a lamp It you never intend to light it ? What the use of [?] It you never intend to right it? /?hstts tba ssss ot msuniag jonx hst tt you do not intend to tarry ? What. Is tho ss?o of wootac * mold . ItTott4s>aot intend lo marry? I Wl?eis.th?ns?o< twjlsis; a'coat - - Ityoss nmc iataad to wcaxtt ? ' -WtMtSatbo-taseosTabometortwo Itjoasi?Teriateisdtos-iare.to** i

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

GENERAL SUMMARY. THE Lord Mayor gave a grand ban-<*> quet, on July 21st, to the representa-<*> tives of literature, art, authors, artists, journalists, actors, and musicians-300 present. It : - was a splendid affair. Mcsdnmcs Nillson, Patti, and- Tagfioni were guests-.'..; On the 22nd July, Mr. Tusk gave it banquet to the English Ministers. Dis raeli made a. fine speech, vindicating tlie Ministry from the charge of having done nothing during the session. Ho claimed for himself and his colleagues the merit of having passed a nuriiber of measures calculated to improve, the con ditioii of the people;'laid said, that the political session of .1874 wonid be re garded by posterity at least as not wholly insignificant;-;:.; He expressed, on behalf of tho Govenrinent, a determina tion to stand; by the Church of England as by law established ; and characterised Ritualism as a mysterious disturbance.. ?B>On the same night the , Prince and Princess of Wales gave ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Late English News. [VIA BRISRANE.] (From the Herald.) Thursday, September 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

Late English News. [VIA BRISRANE.] (From the Herald.) Thursday, September 17. THE A.S.N- Co.'s steamer Alexandra,, Captain Stewart, arrived at the wharf, Brisbane, at 1'o'clock this afternoon; with the English mail via Torres Straits.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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WRECKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

WRECKS. The tea steamer Gordon Castlo was totally wrecked near lisbon; the passengers and crew were saved. The cargo of tea amounted to two million 1bs. OS thzngeness, on Jnly 28th, lie steamer Tkffllbank, laden with zinc, from Spain, va? run into amidships the scicw-ctoainsr Hankow, fonndeTing iiamediatcl] r j fifteen persona Trerc caved ancl fonrtcea were drowned. The weather was clear. The collision'arose from the bed steering of the Hsnkotr, which tbucl pot t<} London During; a Bevejx- thunderstorm tbe oil tauks of the Erie Bail-way, at' Wchawken;..w-jrie, struck by lightning and ignited. Xbo loss Ss' estimated at 800,000 dollars.; . - - . A. bottle was picked np oft the coast of Florida, containing a message from a passenger of tbe lost steamer City of Boston.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLOODS AND INUNDATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

FLOODS AND INUNDATIONS. Water has produced as many calamities as fire; terrible loss of life and property was caused by floods in Pennsylvania. Upwards of 200 persons have perished. The neighbourhood of Pittsburgh is inundated for a distance of 25 miles, spreading ruin everywhere. Floods extend also through Ohio and Kentucky, causing gnat damage through those States. Inundations on the borders of Moravia have swept itway-SOO houses. By the bursting of s canal near the Blochairn Ironworks, Glasgow,.??4o,ooo worth of property was destroyed. The drowning sesson has set in; six persons lost their lives at Margate, and five at Tesgnmouth, by -the upsetting 'of a pleasure-boat—in both instances through. - gross carelessness. A waterspout destroyed thirty houses at Enreka, Nevada ; thirty lives were last

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. Singleton Price List. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

Commercial Intelligence. Singleton Price List. [?] - LacpTuc ll?j'.—Fwur )iout;?U ffvi; khiltiiiEfl jw<tc?iu ' BKKVTjSTEEB -AStX * TTtWSKCK'H ST<KR ' ANU "pTATIfS ~... JtrrOitr, .'- . .'- ,:?. *'.* E£ati?h*.'--X :, irfHsifrtf.j>rtA',i<?i& tlft-nVjiVirfir.-? hrr UMfco [ iimacrwd i* tiiay lutw U-?*? j ?urr 0o w?t ; i*i>x v t mtjch twit**:; Jiw In tM* \fcwi-.ii;ttltn.i ?*f ??:* -til itlurr *UcarU*+c. -. Xh? UrjrKjni* i** -jmM ? ><u ti??, eirifti-ltt.ct Vji-n tm "ThurvJ , .*.;.??.-aM'i*n* hv ?uccH-fi,.mi4 i?k? heMiij iMtor C?irV'sL> . tbjn? mv Btiit Jn inwe.. Mr'l'oiJ-c'i vdl-10-railito-. fito.ru c*tt.l*.—llw ?nc<y4trsit , A f-Sr f-U ntw-fc ViOi-' ?'? hay *tul lv Mi-ii/t?anic,hAvr litter.?i?*i*f*Ur. mtit ?* ?odn mtlie Mntio'rm hi the colli jihis-- * tnriug w? anticipate .v. lojv*' b?*Ja*w?. tmUj wcliAV(s*oU* for 3Jr. (XJT. .li. <;*uttTfr(..OLworti-e -ltirtr, t Utrll ?t t?-? gnhiiM^-'*>* 5S ? ,?!i. y...

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Items, of Latest NEWS. (Condensed from the Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

Items, of Latest NEWS. (Condensed from the Papers.) The papers state that the steamers of the E. and A. S. N. Co. will touch at Manilla and load sugar for the Austin-<*> Iran refineries The authorities at Macao have seized a junk which is impUcstiedia cutting the Anglo-Australian cables. -SerentecQ of tiie crew hare-been made pxisaners. Thfe master and .wife have been, fbend guilty of Larceny and sentenced to fifteen years* imprisonment. " H.M.S. Basilisk? Captain. Morseby, left Singapore on the 28th July, for England, via Cape of Good Hope ; she will make fresh survey* at the Cape. The Glenfinlas (c.) has made a pas sage front .London. Docks to Singapore in thirty-three days, being the quickest ever accomplished. * A junior clerk, named Shaw, has been missing from, thei XTnion. Bank, Mel bourne. His accounts are strictly cot- rec&. The valuo of the Imports entered at the Sydney Customs during the week ending the 12th instant, amounted to 4>22,851. The corpo...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Original and Selected Poetry. THE LAMERT OF THE WINE OF JERDSOAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

Original and Selected Poetry. THE LAMERT OF THE WINE OF JERDSOAM. [?] Bu.axtr**Jamt?Bdaaac**ao-U*-c That Mossui* .?<?.??? s lasflj tocum, Tbommusy aa*fecidooC oar bowsr* Aadotdy *os dour loo* Buss thee. TtuT IST one mouutalsruud dale. . , ? ' TbrU-mumtatdms* uumutjutmn. ?' : J TislYsnw that tho small ?nf-?aP; Shalt satlMs ssst, sslssst at out dour. 'tXxtmdwmetajshkSssQboata, Amumd too boar asset dor. .Tnjuuson round np-tbomlrso* at atone, tndtirnxtitsurbuclstmltostsuy. ?~ -Catdoas aatt altars jsobsse, __ - Asset ttssissd thorn to Bsthsl and IJmss. Knmtb* tsmplnMJUon vumy. JLBdss?wtorthte abs, Joroboaat. Olstsast-aaatbassstkUsisaat'nias-.- Aocuts-dis thy uutlon aad home. Tka (oiftssr BO loumet lo tbiaa. 'W thr rasa* ami thy msd, Joroboasa, ?. *Jf—*. yf—. Tr*Tmi f T"* f-'s*. SoaUooJyttcandtothattloib. na (cottar aon* sucxed ease. Ttto-thesnlltaJ?libesinirasthine^wn,' Thecmac I rnaat aharelt with thoe, Tst no-worst ot sxvsDssch. Jesobosua. < Shalt evsjrtMnttsscdbj...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

tinted A MAN um!<! to FARMING, GARDEN ING, and UOKhES. Apply to , H. S. KWAYNB. . . ' ,Ihe Dm\r-i;My. :-iiig*e'on. Singleton Volunteer Eifies. QUAUTI-IHA- INSPECTION I?v Major Boi.rns Tl'K,-I*AY. 2S.li,).r.>f.T>aA 3 { ocrijct j,jn. *liarp. - * ? tThtlresA A'imic. Tsil l>rca Tro-j.*en=, aid i Puggaree:*. ? " .1 CEOKGE THOMAS L6DEK. ' | Captain, i PnlHic 'TStitacti: . pfott^ 1 IffStaoe. A TBIAII WILL DSOVB TIIE FACT that ar?." jm? c & jc : x? cm Does keep the Best "Assortment of Groceries, at the lowest possible prices. FKEE TRADE 1 STORKS, Geoarge-ixreet, Singleton. The special attention of small Shop- Jteepers, Dealers Heads, of {amities and others, ih directed to D, M'CAL t-T7 M' S, GTOr^e-srreet, v.^.;,^^.^:^^:sji.*^'K^ : :?' ?? -.'???;'; '.-jjyp.piMid weir : j;.' r v'** '-.';. - ? .'? ASSOST*r^VOTCCEC, -."' : .-':^'J'j^j-p.J-^Consisting oty'-;"''-_ 'v "'.' '-. -ppj-p';,\ £&f'": ''.' \:-^''[^ : .J . : : : ;''. ; BXGW#i|S:CC-rSsiAX. HAMS, : :-j :...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Quarter Sessions. Tuesday September 22, 1874. (Before His Honor Judge Wilkinson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 23 September 1874

Singleton Quarter Sessions. Tuesday September 22, 1874. (Before His Honor Judge Wilkinson.) The Court opened at ten o'clock. The following members of the legal pro- fession were present :—Mr. Forbes (Crown Prosecutor), Messrs. A. J. Gould and G. Waring, of Singleton, and E. W. Thompson, of Maitland. Mr. Frank .Stephen, Clerk of the Peace, was in attendance. LARCENY. James Mc Ivor was indicted for that he did in July last, steal the sum of £5 from Wil- liam Charles Browne, to whom he was an in- dentured apprentice. 'Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was de-   fended by Mr. R. W. Thompson. Jury: Messrs. John J. Kirkwood, Hamil-     ton Robinson, William Watts, junr., George Trunley, John Noble, Alfred Watts, Edward B. Sawkins, Edward Shepherd, John Wilson, Daniel O'Neil, James Nichols, Hugh Munro. Five jurymen were challenged by the   prisoner.     The Crown Prosecutor placed the par- ticulars of' the case be...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Quarter Sessions. Wednesday, September 23rd, 1874. Before His Honor Judge Wilkinson. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Singleton Quarter Sessions. Wr.?NE??Ar, SErTKMBEJt 23rd, 1874. BsroRK Ilis Honor .Tcb&K\V?lkixsox . The. legal" gentlemen present, when >.,tlib Ccourt resumed'. jt§ sitting, -were Messrs. Forl>cs (Crown Prosecutor),' and Wisdom, barristers; and Messrs. Mutk-iisy Gould, aud' Waring, solicitors. WXUiftni King was indicted for steal , . ing a pair of trousers, a shirt, ami some "£S iv iiioney, on tlic 13th May last, ji<Tir irimglcton, the property of Fre derick Owen ; a becoinl count charged prisoner witli receiving the property, knowing, it to be fctolen. The prisoner was niKtefciided, and pleaded nut-gtiiUy. - ? Jury: Mi'hsrs. D. O'Ncil, AY. King- Kton, C. TVttit, J. Parr, T. Nealcy, H. Kirkwood, J. Maguirc, VV. Playfbrd, J. X??l>lc. A. Watts, E. Shcj>herd, and W. Tlirift. The Cro\n? Prosccntor laid tlie c:if>o before tlicjury, and cnllcd the following vitnesKcs. Coustalile Ijott deposed to prisoner , , rr spying to luut Utat tlie shirt was ,thrown o...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Selected Poetry. FAMOUS [?] The [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Selected Poetry. tavocb afcrrrora. TwcQcKEsy. ::-;„- GiABKjc, -Dfca ctmaaDnltf-a** mad my Blew. sat ooe Qw?: *T?ft?ko?ttnUI?;tn???Jtrtte. - - Taa KaaL. or Liainox t S9h?-*ff>AvwaMaaL?Mt?aac*.> -_ f*t Toor aMCt? axut. roar icatkkt; I . +? Xroaat DnAOsr*. ?* Dam ?pli??peHv'*—?*afl? I bnacba - TnoiKi awn.ta ?tinnliTen; < XVwfeo -nil ?til', 'frrtr 9t9oa&4mx*r VRmttnuhtt+iimx btz&ttt-? . V , XOBD laaV>'CrOtt?. ? v la stlo'Ott i*? cic?~?yv Obtainmiu?dt?t>??*?3r. " ?'?_?>—? - - /

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

Notice., rpHE STOKKS of tlio uudcrsigncrt will . X be closed. on Tlmrsday next, Ist ? Ootober, for rtock-tuSoiig. JAMKS WOOHK, Jons asd BoirEKE-ernEETs. "Wanted. y c- TWO INTKIJLIGSSr TOCTHSt as ajUrretrticcn to the Printing Irasncu. Apply attbu OrncJ>,CFiBisPapek. '?Mbttey to LencL X*IAAA TO T'Esri> cr sJtnts ro Jt/l\niU surr bokbowbrs, on epproved ' * ?A. "j; GOSEJT.J7, ? Solicitor, to%, PnMie SFotice. PttWic Kofcice. X rHIAX. ."WILL FBOVS THE FACT that . ' S>? SS'C A. S. XctfSE Docs iecp the Best Assortment of Groceries, Kb tite lowest possible prices. B. MTGailTim, FKEE TBAJ>K SXOBSS, - Gear£w*re?rtr fSneSrtm. The special attentiott of small Shop keepers, Dealers, Heads of families and others, is directed to D.' MC A L L UM'S, George-atrct-t, Jt3tT3B WO 3-T3S' wnl well .AJSSOSEeTEIS STOCK, ? . Consisting of <?KOCEKIEB, STO3KES, fee, CHEESE, ENGLISH & COLONIAL HAMS, PIUHE UACOS, alao CHUCA, GLASS, CUOCKBBYk TZKVrjIKE. ?BBOSENE LAUPii (Great variety)...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKETS. (By Telegraph to the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 26 September 1874

JtELBOURKE LIVE STOCK MARKETS. (By Telegraph to the llcraltl.y JUtssKS. Dal. Campbell, Hepburn, and Co. re port-7-Fat Cattle: ?3U. entered; quality generally of a mixed description; best up 19s. per bead. 19,000 sheep yarded j prices unaltered. ?'- .'.-?>;?; .?'.-.???.?:;; . Heaore. Powcra, Buthorford, and Co. re port-—22,000 aheep arid lambs yarded, princi pally from Sivcrma and tie north. JBest ? sheep, with good skin*. Unaltered. VTo sold 8000 best wethers' at 13s. to lCs.;' ewes, 10a. ,6d; to 12s.- ,JMO cattle yarded. The market opened at an advance. of from ,10s. to but became slacker towards the close; Messrs. R. : Gibson.' and Co. report—Cattle, 900 yarded; pricesnp 15a. Sheep: 19,000 penned ; prices, unaltered. . ...Messrs. J. C..,"vValkcr and Co. report— 000 cattle yarded to-dny, up 10s. Beef, 30a.. per IOO.Ihs. V "We sold' ISO" at Sandhurst, at *10 '8s; average,- 19,000 elicep yarded ; prices -same as last week. . We sold 4000, from the :3Bogan,-atl3s.-;.'-- -.:.--.;;-'...

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