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Ploughing Bee. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

Ploughing Bee. | A ploughing bee took place on Mr ; L. Cochrane'?? farm on Tuesday, when 2(i teams put in an appearance, and by three o'clock had turned over 25 acres, also harrowing same. District farmers have shown their sympathy with returned soldiers in a tvery ■ pracv tical manner, and it is pleasing to see such examples' of real help and friendship. A welcome addition to the) day's programme was the excellent luncheon provided by the ladies, whose valuable and indispensable assistance in this direction was very heartily appreciated. Those who took part in this commendable work were: —Mesdames .Teffery, Preston, Dalley, Dixon, S. H. Mills, H. D. Mills, Hux table, Axford, and D. Cochrane. Those who furnished teams were :— Messrs Gibbons, J. Preston, F. Gal tier, F. Woods, S. H. Mills, W. Mor tenson, W. Marshall, A. Cochrane, D. Cochrane, E. Cochrane, W. M'Gree, •). Knight, W. IT. Axford, W. Jeffrey, •T. Jenkins, L. Goates, B. Follett, J. Dixon, P. Fechrier, J. A. Mickle, T. Jame...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A War Museum. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

An Australian War Museum is be ing established for the collection and display of objects of historical interest connected with Australia's share in the war. There will be official exhibits, but it is particularly desired to add to the collection souvenirs that have been obtained by soldiers, their rela tives and friends, and other members of the community, and the Govern ment therefore invites assistance in securing donations of any of the fol lowing articles :— (a) Trophies, relics, curios, docu ments, and photographs picked up on'tlie battlefield or in the war zone, especially enemy war material. (b) Photographs of life in camp, at sea, training camps abroad, on active service, the battlefield, etc. (c) .Letters from soldiers contain ing descriptions of the various places •visited, of battles, life in camp, at sea, deeds of heroism witnessed, etc. In this connection diaries are very ;desirable, also envelopes from the war zone bearing postage stamps. (d) Photographs of the brave s...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

CHURCH NOTJCKS. OCTOHftR 13. PresbytRi-iun.—Lanjj Lanff. 11.: Koo weertip, H; Yallock, 7.30.—-Uev. N. M. ■labour, IV.A.

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

THE NOTED Tailor and -Costume Maker h 11©1S1¥ (Hear of Kirk's Bazaar), • 392 POST OFFICE PLACE, MKJLBOUHNK. Satisfaction Guaranteed or No Pay Suits Made to Order From 60s. Demanded. {Flower Show I Exhibition o! Heme Industries and Sale of Work in aid ol Church ol England Parsonage Fund. Friday and Saturday Nov. 8 and 9, 1918. MECHANICS' HALL, LANG LANG. Hall to bo open to the public from 3 p.m. each day. CLASS A.—Flowers. ' 1—Six lioses, distinct varieties— 1st 5s; 2nd 2s 6d. , 2—Three lioses, distinct varieties— | —1st 2s Gd; 2nd Is. 3—3 Climbing Roses—1st 2s 6d; 2nd Is. 4—liest Rose in Show,"' selected from competing stands—1st 2s Gd. I (Foliage may be used in above sec ■ tions.) J 5—6 Carnations, distinct varieties j , 1st 3s 6d; 2nd Is 6d. 6—Three Carnations, distinct va rieties, bloom of each—1st 2s Gd; 2nd Is. 7—Best Carnation in Show, to be selected from competing stands —1st 2s Gd; 2nd Is. 8—Best Collection of "Pansies, dis tinct varieties—1st 2s 6d. 9—Best Collection 12 Ger...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"In Honor Bound." "ICI ON PARLE FRANCAIS." [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

"In Honor Bound." :o. "I'M OX I 'A U1 A\. FUAMWIS." On Wednesday, October Hi, the llunyip Dramatic Society will appear at Yannathan in the drama, "In Honor Bound," and the comedy, "lei 011 I'arle Krancais." The pro gramme includes vocal items by 'Misses Kathleen Ouiney, May Gibb, and Mr Uosenbrock. "We understand that the liunyip amateurs possess considerable histrionic talent, and. patrons will experience an enjo.yable entertainment. There will be a dance after the performance, and the net (proceeds are to go to the Yanna than Uueen. Australia's huge public debt is now ,C(>fiH.V>72,57H, an increase of 4^350, 817,759 in four years, due principal ly to Wilhelm of Germany's war ef forts. When we are talking of peace by negotiation that fact should be prominent. 'CI IK QiKF-.Y VOTK. Queen of l.anjr Lang (Hiss For ■St cr) Qui'Kii of Vallock (Miss Leeson) Quei>n of Vniiiiatban (Miss K. Ben n<;t,t) .. 3(500 5000 6100 :

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Market Reports. DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

Market Reports. :o: HANI)K\OX(! MAI{K I3T. Tuesday, October S. : Adamson, Mt.rettle and Co. 1'ty. Ltd.. I Alex. Scott, and Co., and .Jos. Clarke/ and Co., conjointly, report:—A Rood* supply of all classes of cattle, and prices' ..ruled about, eijiial to ias-t week's rates. Milkers—W. II. Gardiner, one at £25 os;. 11. Hallinan, three to £28; .1. (!. West, one at £21 10s; Les. Corrijnin, pne at £21; Lai, Corrigan. one at £19 5s: S. Kingston, one at, £15 2s (id; W. H.* ltus sey, two to ,Clf> 12s (id; T. Telford, one at £15 10s; (Jus I'owell, one at £14 15s; others, to £14. Springers—IV. H. (!ar-! diner, one at. £18 7.s (>d; .las. West, four to £17 17s 6(1; Alex. Scott, liv« to £10 12s (jri; Leh Corripan, one at £lfi 7s (3d; W. K. ISowinan, one at £lf>; • >. Keys, one at,'£16; .1. C5. West,, one at £15 15s; A. Archer, one at £15 5s; Krci^le , tiros., two to £15 6s; '1'. Maroney. one at £15; Aurisch llros.. four to £15 1.0s; others, to £15. Stores and young cat.tle easier, li...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents, Land and Estate Agents Dandenong, Leongatha, Korumburra, Poowong, Bass, Loch, and Lang Lang, Dandenong Market Every Tuesday. Horse Sales Monthly at Dandenong. Clearing Sales Conducted in all parts of the State. Tel. No. 11, Dandenong. Dates of Sales for 1918. 1918. ■2% a; bj Cj ,£} ; S,®"3 ' &0J3 03 £ Sfij ' o bi & i ® o j " i-5 fe E-< ? P SS boH 9 xj M (M c3 p -p XS Xi aSfj; fctis o o u w &( fr( . & bo ^ h n . •£* CO : o > V §s §5 O U u al ft ^ © co $ & S-S o s w| Co U) DO fl o a) Q 02 August September October .. November December 15 8 19 5 17 3 17 21 14 19 12 22 19 81 28 26 8 9 ■12 6 10 4 14 1 15 12 13 23 2 30 20 27 18 25 29 22 27 20 16 13 11 8 81 28 26 » 30 28 KORUMBURRA MARKET. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. At 12 o'clock sharp. JOSEPH CLARKE & CO. Beg to notify that they will sell at the Korumburra yards on above date: Entries invited with— JOSEPH CLARKE & CO., Dandenong, Poowong,...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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The Kooweerup "Sun" AND Land Lang Guardian News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

The Kooweerup " Sun " I AND |I,ang iLarxg Guardiaiii, News of the Week. :o: Thus '' Koowoerup,'' in the "Ago" —Sir,—"Wage Earner" bewails the fact that he pays JJ-16 per year in State Income Tax. Lucky beggar. I wish my earnings warranted a simi lar penalty. He also refers to the millions of public money expended, on water schemes, railways, etc., for the farmers' special benefit. We have some of that money allotted to be spent in this district in the form of drainage schemes and a. railway from Kooweerup to M'Donald's track. The Latter was started several years ago, I and the adjacent land owners are re 1 lieved of some of their surplus (?) wealth every year in the form of a railway improvement tax, irrespec tive of the fact that the work has been abandoned indefinitely. Those who are privileged to pay can only .see a few decaying culverts and tele i graph poles (not erected) for their | money. This is something akin to | obtaining money (taxation) under j false pretences. If farmi...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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War Tank on Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

War Tank on Tour. :o: .\ro. 3 war tank, with Lieut. Pic kett in charge, visited Wonthaggi on •Friday and Saturday, the result be ing' a I)du t £o000. 'j'lie tank came on to Lang T^ing on Saturday evening, when there was a large, attendance of the public, and addresses were deliv ered from the tank. The aims and objects of the loan were fully and clearly explained. ( r. \\ . (JreaAVs. jM introducing the lank ;uhI t hoso in iharLiv, MK*uiiom*<I I. la I. J..-nig l.ang was honored by being I lie 'trs" town in ill,. shire 10 lie' visited by t hi- tank, and lie trusted they would respond in a way that would maintain (tic h i si" 11 prestige that surrounded Lang bang for the pari she was taking in t.his great war. and also in a way 'that would I-,,' accept able to the promo't crs of the :niik cMJiipa l'gn. lie' then int roduced bieut . Pickett. who in a versa till1 manner put before those /present. t he reason why, \(usU ratians .should subscribe to t tie war loan, and not go ou...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Horse Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

Horse Talk. :o: The Epsom Handicap on Saturday was won by Rebus, Norbury and Quaestor filling the places. The Syd ney Cup winner started at 25 to 1, and paid £15 16s on the 10s tote. The Spring Stakes went to Poitrel, who caused a sensation by defeating Desert Gold by a short head. An other 25 to 1 chance. Gloaming won the A..J.C. Derby from Finmark and Kilmoon. On Monday Kennaqu hair beat Arch Marella by two lengths for the Metropolitan, Lingle in third place. King OlTa is considered by good judges to have a splendid chance for the Ca ul field and Melbourne Cups. On Saturday, with 151b more than, his Caulfield Cup weight, he ran the mile and a half in 2.3fi. He has 7.11 in the Caulfield Cup. Pinal acceptances for the Caulfield Guineas and the Toorak Handicap leave a round dozen in the classic event and 15 in the latter. For the former event Tragic Star or Clever .1 im may win, and for the Toorak Handicap Rael Locin or I'ajiacre may catch the judge's eye first. The Debutant. Stakes ...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tooradin Fancy Dress Ball. A lady correspondent writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

Tooradin Fancy Dress Ball. A lady correspondent writes :— "There was a nice display of cos tumes at the masked fancy dress ball held in the Tooradin Hall on October 2nd by the committee of the Todra din Sports' Club. The successful lady for best fancy costume was .Miss Nellie Evans, in her dress as Fisher Girl, tastefully arranged with a blue and white striped skirt, with an overdress of red, a neat white blouse and red fisher cap. Miss Evans had her stockings neatly laced with red rib bon, and she also carried a small fish net. .Miss Mabel Rankin, the winning .poster, wore a dress comprised of cream satin, neatly decorated with fashions, and suspended on a ribbon round her shoulders was a. book of Weldon's patterns. Miss Rankin re presented Weldon's patterns. Other ladies worthy of notice were as fol low :—.Miss Violet Jones, as Advance Australia, in white satin, with a large painting of the Australian ("oat of Arms on the skirt, ■ and round her shoulders was a red cape; Miss .I on...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

To-day, Humanity calls upon every man who canV^, fight to take/" kv \x ^ part in the 1 ggf struggle on (' Y'%00^ which her life) feL f) . c>\ ) ' /A jZih W~ m depends. Never in the world's history has sha suffered more cruelly or stood in greater peril. Germany has defiled her inheriiance with unspeak able foulness and crinie, and now threatens to en slave her for ever. If you can bear arms, go forth and help to save her The Government of the Commonwealth of Australia

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Tooradin Chatter. A VICIOUS MAGPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

Tooradin Chatter. (By J.D.S.) A. VICIOUS MAG-PIE. Aii aggressive maggie for some time past has given pedestrians and others journeying between Tooradin township and the Sherwood a lively reception. Mr Henry Box, a returned soldier, experienced daily attacks. The engagements usually ran over a* quarter of a mile before hostilities terminated. He jokingly says he pre ferred a bombing aeroplane to mag gies looping the loop, swooping and volplaning around him in his daily journeys. However, by these means maggie would catch her quarry at times off their guard. With more than ordinary daring last week it inflicted a nasty scalp wound on Mr Box. Later in the day the truculent little creature viciously attacked some children, resulting in sentence of death being unanimously agreed upon. Mr Chas. Denholm., armed with a breech loader, despatching poor misguided maggie, who, how ever, it must be confessed met his death with true Asiatic indifference and pressed the attack enthusiastic ally ev...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

I VISIT Moran & Cato'si NEW STORE DANDENONG Everything of the Best Prices Absolutely the Lowest All Goods Guaranteed mm mm i©©©GGCGGGGGGGCGGGGCGOGGGGGGQCOGGOGGCGGOGGO© THE MEL,BOURNE CHEMISTS -FOlv Dispensing and all Prescription Work. foi; Luirn rs Price 6s. each. FOR--. Best Australian Medicine. Give no griping and no discomfort. Price Is., 2s. 6d. FOIt © O © © © I Prompt Replies to All Correspondence. ' Every Order sent by Return Post. © 185-187 BOURKE-ST. We Seek your Confidence. © © i ©©©©GCGOGOGQGQ9GGOGCGGGGQOOGGQGOG© ©O®©©©0®© <s> 4> I If you want a | | Jinker, Buggy, fV | Jinker, Buggy, Cart or Waggon j New or Second-hand 'I I g£"- COFFEY BROS. I <$> 4> J Or Write for J <S> Catalogue rnicl <$> £ f 1 f> 630 Church Street, % Richmond. <$> f s 187 Queen Street, 4> Melbourne. M. P. BUTLER & SONS, leading Photo Enlargers 117-119 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. Soldiers' Photos a Specialty...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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The Allies' Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

The Allies' Pail", in ;vicl of the Church of England, was held in the Yannathan Hall on Friday and Sat urday last. The promoters were un fortunate in the choice of weather on Friday, which had a bad ellect on the attendance, but on Saturday the conditions were all that could be de sired, and in the afternoon the fair was well patronised, although the evening attendance was again dis appointing. On Friday evening the fair was opened by Mr S. Sirvet hurst, who apologised for the absence of Coun cillor E. Simpson Hill, who was to open the fair, hut was absent through illness. He regretted to an nounce also that the Rev. Mr Panne was unable to lie present for the same reason. Mr Smethurst con gratulated the ladies on the appear ance of the stalls, and said that the present effort was all the more cre ditable, because it was made side by side with their other efforts for 'patriotic purposes, which had never flagged. He would have liked to se« a much larger attendance, but the weather was...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOW STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

SHOW STOCK SALES. The Gippsland and Northern Co-opera tive •Selliiiii and Insurance Co. Ltd. and Robert Gmm and Co. in conjunction) re port sales of show stock, from which we clip the following local sales :—"Ayr shires.—Account of Mr .7. A. Sime, Fernhill, Lyndhurst.—General of Fernhill, 2 years, sire Glen Klerin s lan. dam Gen tle" Annie 2nd of Fernhill. etc.. t.o Mr M'Ainsh. Gelliondale. at, 18 jjns. ; Vis count of Fernhill, IS months old. sire Warlock of Fernhill. dam Vic of Fern hill. etc., "to Mr H. W. S. Hewitt, Kil syth. at 12 jrns. Account Mr AV. Ket telty, Foowoncr—Champion of Fernbank, 1 year old. sire Tndex of Balvonnie, dam Fashion -lth of Balvonnie. etc.. to Mes srs 11. and L. F. Miller. Yaloak Kstate, at ltt gns. Account of Mr A. H. Sohier, Inverleigh, Caldermeade—Dandy of Tn verleifrh. 17 months old. sire Glen Keith of Fine Grove, dam Dot of Fine Grove, etc.; to Mr .1. Olden. Outtrim. at 25 ffiis. Account Mr M. M'Mahon. Lance field—T-Teadlight of Range View, 1 year o...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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PEACE BY NEGOTIATION" Germany's "Socialists"—Minions of Militarism [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

PEACE BY NEGOTIATION" Germany's "Socialists"—Minions of Militarism Some people in Australia to-day are proclaiming that, recruiting is unneces sary since the right way to end the war is not by lighting, but by nego tiation with the workers of Germany. But if any Australian eligible will look at the facts he will see that no excuse of this kind can legitimately prevent him from taking his place in the firing line. There is in Germany no such concerted body of opinion as that to which our pacifists appeal; and if there were, it would not be allowed to influ ence in any way the conduct of the war. The remaining members of the Social Democratic Party have indeed peace upon their lips; but the only peace they favour in their hearts is thai which will secure Germany's vic tory ;i.iul the downfall of Ac other Allied countries. Consciously or un-J consciously, they have become the tools of the militaristic party; and, for this reason, any hope of peace based on their co-operation is utterly...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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GERMAN PEACE MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

GERMAN PEACE MOVE. Vrince }l~ax of Haden. the new Im perial Chancellor, has made an offer to the Rntente for peace, which in cluded conditions as follow 1. The creation of a Federal Aus tria. 12. The right of self-government for German frontier States. 3. The restoration and indemnifi cation of Relgium. •1. The autonomy of Alsace T'or raine. 5. The return of Germany's colo nies. Prince ^Wax asked the Rntente to state their terms. The terms of the Chancellor's offer has had a frigid reception by the Al lies. underlying motives having been detected. Germany wants to escape scot free, and sacrifice her friends. 'The real aims are to secure the pre servation of the Hohenzollerns, and divide the Allies by appearing to ac cept President' Wilson's programme. The Kntente formula is still "resti tution, reparation and" guarantees." Germany is trying to bargain, but the view of the soldiers on the front is "No bargaining !" Germany must be nlaced in such a position as Bul garia, and will have...

Publication Title: Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian And Cranbourne Shire Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

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Grain and Produce Market. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling and Insurance Co. Ltd. report, 3rd October, 1918:— [Newspaper Article] — Kooweerup Sun, Lang Lang Guardian and Cranbourne Shire Record — 9 October 1918

Grain and Produce Market. :o: The Cippslund mid Xortlierii Co-opera tive Ke))m<r and Insurance Co. L.ul. re port., Hrd October. 1918 :— Butter.—Supplies to hand 1his week were in excess of the local and inter state demand. and fair quantities are ih>w lieimr diverted into cool stores for export. Proclaimed prices remain unal tered. Separators are- selling at Is i?d; dairies. Is 2Ad to 1s 3d. Cheese.—With increased supplies there is now suflicient new make to fill local reuuiremen t s. but semi and matured are still extremely scarce. Proclaimed prices remain unaltered. RfT.irs.—Quantities to hand this week were in excess of nhe demand, and a re duction of ;\d took place on Tuesday last, and there was a further drop of Id to-day. quotations now l>eii)K -—Ordinary and private lines, 9d; specials. S'id to '.'Id; duck. tl'd. Macon.—This is in irood demand at unchanged rates. Prime li^ht sides. 1 l Id to- Is; uieditnns. "10id to lid: heavy weiirhts lower; middles Is lid t...

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