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Intelligence in Brier. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Intelligence In IKrlcfV Tlioro' was a -largo attendance nt the Town Hall, Molbourno,' for -tlio colobi'ation of tho.con ionnry of-Tom-Aloofo'.', Anode by 'Eatlioi' Kolly wifo rocitod. ?' . : . On ? W odnOBday last; n girl, 19' yoars of ago, ? walkod into a crook, ? at Stanbury,- Victoria, '_aud ? was drownod, during a fit' of somnambulisfn. At '.tho .iuquosl; a vordiot - to ' that . offoct wis i'ohuned. - ? . ? At tlin Clnn'liAnarv f Ahtival . at tlio' Town Hall, -Adelaide;, on tho 28th ultimo/ about- 1000 porsonB' woro presont. Tlio Governor, attended, tad tlio proceedings woro enthusiastic and sfic tossful. 1 ? - A tolo'gram to tlio Ifevald from 13i'isbfnio, . tiiys : Somo specimens tnkon from tlio : -.Caroline Extoiulod claim, fivo milos from Charters To wors, it a doptli of 70 foot, ' aro estimated to contain 1000 ouiicos of gold. - ' , Tlio oscorfc lott Braidwood last wook with 3W 1 following' amounts of gold : — Braidwood, 302? ozs. 4 dwts. ; Araluoli, 112 oggi 18 dwts. Total,...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

, Shoalhaven Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. May 21. — Hlawarra(8.), from Syilnoy. „ * 21. — Emily, (ketch), from Kiama. ,, 23. — Alex. Bony (s.), from Sydnoy. ,, 24. — Our Own (a.), from Sydnoy. DEPARTURES. May 21. — Our Own (s.), for Sydnoy. ,, 22. — Illawarra (9.) for Sydnoy. ' ° r 25. — Emily (ketch), for Sliollharbour. 26; — Illawarra (s.), for Sydnoy. ,, 20. — Promise (kotch), for Sydnoy. EXPORTS. Por Illawarra (a.), Captain Qardo, on tho 26th May, 1879. To Sydnoy: 20 bags maizo, 18 kogs buttor, 10 bags oysters, 15 baskots fish, 6 cnsos eggs, 2 coops poultry, 1 caso honoy, 1 liido, 1 parcol, 1 kog sundries, 1 bag pumpkins, 1 buggy, and sundries. To Kiama : 3 bags maizo, 2 pigs. To Wollongong : 20 bags maize. Por Huntor (s.), Captain Holden, on tho 29th May, 1879. To Sydney: 188 kogs buttor, 50 bags maize, 62 pigs, 52 cheeses, 7 bags potatoes, 92 pieces cedar, 14 bags bacon, 14 baskots fish, 8 bags oysters, 7 coops aiul 1 box poultry, 1 \ bundle w. ducks, 6 casos eggs, 1 caso ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Illawarra Si cam Navigation Company. STEAMER'S TIME TABLE. Jjl BOM SHOA.L HAVEN, Monday, O a.m. Tlinr/silay, 8 a.m. EROM SYDNEY, Tucmln/y and Friday, at 11 p.ni. All moals. supplied' during tlio passages o£ tlio Btoamors froo of chargo. ? ? ^ | Tho Stoam Droghors, under chargo of Captain Buchanan, aro always plying on tlio Shoalliavon llivor in conuoction with tlio Sydnoy Btoainors, E. MANNING. Englisli, Scottish, ami Australian Chartered Bank. A BRANCH of this Bank is now OPEN at NOAVKA, Shoalliavon, in temporary promisos, for tlio transaction of all usual bank ing business. .. JOHN DOAVLING, . Manager. Sydnoy, 5th Juno, 1878. Wanted to l»e Known. 'TT7' JONES, Collins-street, Kiama, has * V . Horses and Vehicles EOR HIRE. Ho is prepared to inn botweon Wollongong . ' and Ulladulla. Also, that ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and j skins in any quantity. ' Mr. W. C.KING, SOLICITOR, & c., KIAMA. D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, J AMBER 00. W. HALI, ! General ...

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Ocean Mail Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Ocean SSail Time Table. Time tablo for tho present month, giving tho dato on which lotters, to bo in timo for despatch by tho homeward route, must be posted at tho prin cipal local post-offieo, as well as tho date on which foreign letters may bo received aftor tho arrival of the outward bound mail steamers. Pacific Mall, via California. Homoward Route. ] Outward Route. Leaves I Arrives at I Loavos I Arrives at Nowra. | London. | London. | Nowra. Juno 1 8 | Aug. 7 | May 22 | July 5 P. and O. Mail, via Suez. Homoward Route. | Outward Route. Loaves Arrives at Loaves | Arrives at Nowra. London. London. | Nowra. E. and A. Mail, via Torres Straits.* Homoward Route. ? | , Outward Route. Loavos Arrives at I Leaves I Arrives at Nowra. London. | London. | Nowra. JuMS)_J_Auf£_18__|_jMirin7_J_JuimJ^ * By this route lotters, not over A oz., 'moated, ' wi Brindisi,' will cost 2d moro than letters marked, 'via Southampton but thoso by tho former route will arrive in London sevon days earlier. Note...

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Gardeners' Calendar. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Gardeners' Calendar. JUNE. Tho rainy season has generally sot in by this time, and in somo parts of the country operations nre considerably rotarcd from this cause. Tho benefit to bo derived from an efficient system of drainage 'will now bo apparent. KrrcnBN Garden. — Sow tho early kinds of peas; also beans, carrots, radishes, parsnips, onions, salad, spinach, &e. Continuo tho eartliinc-ui) of colorv, &c. Keep tho hoo at work in advancing crops. Proceed with digging and trenching, as bofore recommonded, taking advan tage of dry weather to roanuro tho ground. Flower Gaudex. — Continuo transplanting, and attend to the cuttings planted last month. Woods grow apace this mouth, and will requiro constant attontion to koop down. Bulbs, herbaceous plants, and nourishing shrubs may bo planted. Advantage should bo taken this month to lay down grass for plots and lawns. Tho remaining dahlias should bo taken up and stored. Fruit. — Pruning should now bo proceeded ?with : as it i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Witateveu may havo boon tho bovorngo of tho gods — and it is boliovod that thoy indulged in noctarean draughts, some of tho host oft'orts of tlio pools aro said to havo been oft'usod undor tho inspiration of no loss potation than gin. It was Byron's I'avourato indulgonco, and spod tho fancy ot many othors of colobrity. Thus it has both a pootio and practical use, and to tho lattor lias it boon most efficaciously put by tho greater origi nator of Udolpho Wolfe's Scdiodam Aromatic Schnapps. — Adv. Holt.oway's Pills. — Enfeebled Exisfonco. — This modicino ombracos ovory attribute roquired in a gonoral and domestic remedy, it overturns tho foundations of diseaso laid by dot'octivo food and impuro air. In obstructions or congestions of tho liver, lungs, bowels, or any othor organs thoso Pills aro ospocially sorvicoablo and eminently succossful. Tlioy should bo kopt in rondinoHs in ovory family, boing a modicino of incompurablo utility for young persons, ospocially thoso of fooblo constit...

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Original Correspondence. The Nowra Swamp. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Original Correspondence/ flie IVowra Swamp. TO TILE- EDITOR- OF TIIE TELEGllAl'It. Sir, — There is- ono' little mattor affecting both1 tho health and boauty of our' township that? ? | demands some attention— it strikes the oyo.'oS'' 1 ovary' v&itoty. and is often-' a' mattor of comment i among' tlio resident's of tio districts gonorally— - that is tho' abundance Of swamp and stagnant' water near the: town.- Frocraontlv havo Iioard' tho passerby oxclaim, Oh, -I agroo with you, si protty little towiiBliip,-and wbll situated ; but,i ahr tliat swamp ! You know, it cannot bo healthy, it ought to'' bo drained.-' .Now, airy ^ott arc' porhaps' aWatfir how'- prevalent asthma is iii out' district?-; arid liavowe-notsomocttsosofit'lioro in? : Nowra- ?/ Havo tho swamps anything to do with it? ^answer ybs! and as;a' sufferer, osliovo you would do good sorvico by drivwing* attention to it in your valiutHo pftpdr. ^ j I do' nof? wish to . WrifO'in tho spirit of fault-' ; finding to any,- b...

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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

mining. There has boon a rovival of intorost in gold mining at Hill End, owing to tho discovery of some rich stono in tho Star of Poaco claim; which still holds- tho premior, position in this onco famod gold-fiold. ' What the oxact yiold of tho stono will bo is not yot know, but tho effect so far has beon to incronso tho price of tho shares by somo 50 per cont. Tho visit of our spocial commissioner to tho Barrington gold-fields has ^furnished us with dotails showing tho immense aroa of country ovor which tho precious motal is found, and indicating pretty clearly that, in all probability, this will bo ono of tho most porma nout coutros of gold mining in tho colony, and it may bo in Australia. At prosont tho parts most in favour aro tho Back Crook diggings .' S.cbbark and tho Bowman, tho othor principal places, being rospoctivoly twolvo and oight milos distant. Back Crook diggings are divided into a right 1'iand branch and a loi't hand branch, this lattor having beon most worked, and ...

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TUESDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Tuesday, June 3. ; Present — Tho Mayor, Aldermen Hyam,' Lamond, Monaghan, and M'Loan. - As pre viously arranged tho members of tho Counoil sat as a Bevis' ns Court to hoar and dotormino appoals again i assossmont of proporty in tlio Municipal District of Central Shoalliavon, whoro tho appellants ''oro willing to abido by the decision without going bofore tho Boncli. Thos. Poppor appoalod against an assossmont of £10' on 07 acres of unimproved land in Crookliavon ward. Boducod to £0. — Jamos A. Ohasoliug appoalod against an assossmont equal to rent, on his leasehold in Torrara. Assessment con- ? finned. — M'Donald & Co., general storokoopors of Torrara, by thoir agont, Mr. 0. E.-Lovogrovo, appealed against an assossmont of £G0 on thoir business promises and othor houso,. on a block of land 25 x 160 fest, Ecdruced tO'.i'42. 5s- — Aizloy Hyam appealed against a valuation of his liotol promises at £208. Tho appellant pointed out that tho valuators had made ah orror in including ...

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Shoalhaven Notes. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Sltoalliavcn IV'oietf.' ( Continued. J I BAnli saj'' you'll - think, dearly bolovod * * that I havo foitud mnoh moro than might havo' boon oxpootod to say ttbont ono particular inn in ' tho region of Shoalliavon.- It irmttOTs vorylittlo, lam woll awaro. Tho moitf oXprossion of a stranger's good opinion in priviito. Cbrrospoiidonco' is not likoly to bo of any particular bonofit to1 mine host of tlio Nuniba Hotol. It is owiftg to1 ? my own particular tastos, as woll as. to tlio' special conditions, affecting tho establishment tliat I was so gratified with what I found thoro and among' tlio' othor hotels existing iri tho thro'o riyorsulo towrislnps, no, doubt, ovofytlimg to bo' rosisondbly hoped for,- ' according' to tho usual standard of such inattors, may bo fouiid : tliougli I can only spoak from exporienco rogarding ono' of theiri bosido friond Wellor's. You 'inighc guoss that this corner of Nirmba is a choico spot from tlio fact that Ji. G- Morton; Esq., tho manager of tho Coolang...

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Broughton Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

. Broushton: Creek. Tins annual toa-meoting in connection with tho Anglican Church, took placo on Queen's Birth day. Tho weathor was all that could bo desired, and tho attondanco, as on all previous occasions, was largo. - About 12 o'clock tho bell announced that tea was ready, and tho visitors sat down to partake of tho cakes, tarts, &c.r for which tho ladies of Brougliton Greek aro so celebrated, and of whioh there seemed to be an ondloss varioty. The tablos were presided over uy Airs, lilkm, Alisses Bryon, Elkin, Boid, Gray, .Johnston, and Taylor. After ample justico had boon /done to'tho good things provided, tho young' folks betook thoin solvos to sovoral nmusoments until 3 o'clock, whon they woro summoned to the school-room, whoro a mooting took placo. . Tho Dev. J. Elkin, incumbent of tho parish, occupied the choir. ? Tho Kiev. J. Hargravo on gagod in pravor, aftor which appropriate addrosses woro delivered by tlio Eovs. J. Elkin, J. Hargraves, and Mr. Brown .(curato ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

The session of Parliament which has occupied the carlior half of tho prosont yoar will not havo boon very fruitful of logislativo achievements ; but it will havo supplied a good deal of matter for reflection to that moro thoughtful portion of tho community, wliich includos thoso — a small minority, unfortunately — who aro roady to acknowledge and anxious to romcdy tho faults which aro found to exist in tho fundamental arraugomonts of our political affairs. Tho prac tical results of Parliamentary Govornment during tho Session, so far as moasuros of primary importanco are concomcd, will havo boon con fined to tho passing of tho Land Bill, as it appears ; and whotlior tho country is to bo con gratulated on this — supposing tho bill passed — ho is a bolder man than ourselves who will ven ture to say. It is, as a rulo, impossible to say what will bo tho real results of an Act newly passod, unless its scope bo of tho narrowest and most specific character and of all imjiossibilities of tha...

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The Tomerong Church. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

: Vhe' Voiitcrons Cluircli. ' : ' ' TO TItE: EDITOR OF . TIIE- TElDEGlLU?!!.' ' Snt,. — I would with your' pormission occupy' a ' small portion of-.youi-' papor with a roply to tivo' lottors in your last issue: Why thfS'Good Tomi plars'ishordd'' fear that' thoro should bo some :thing ihdoconti,l'in' thoso' songs I-eannot say, no* lono thiit f dm; awiiro of lias even hintod such a; [thing,- but that a' great many songS montionocT' ! wore' suli'; I can positively swear, lot- I in com 'pauy with four gentlomen equal in station and ? rospoctability to thoso inside- the building, stoodi iwithin thirty toot ot the clniich and wo all heard thom. Tho samo night a gentleman hap-' poncd to cross tho paddockvandwasinformodby' tfG'ood Templar,- brimful of ' CbristiimBenovo lonco,' and with a most 'benevolent' dosign' * ; that ho would ' sliin his noso.' I, myself, was ; ' was ordoi'Bd off tlio' ground, although informed1 i liy tho leader of the- society that I -tfas not intor 'foring in tlio le...

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Nowra Municipal Council. NOWRA, TUESDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Nowra municipal Council/ ' Nowra, Tuesday, May 27. The Council mot at 7 p.m. Present — Tho Mayor, aiul Aldormon Elyard, and Monaghan. Tho miuutos of piOTious mooting woro road and con firmed. The Mayor, brought up tlio report of tho Financo Coinmittoo, rocomirionding payment of accounts amounting to £18 10s, which was adopted on tho motion of Aldoimon Monaghaii and Elyard. Tho Mayor roportod that tho con tract documonts for foncing Nowra Common had boon signed and completed. Inroply to Aldor man Monaghan, tho Mayor stated that tho part ners in tlio hrm or company wnoso tonoer Jiatt for tho supply of timbor had boon accoptod by tlio Council, woro Homy and J. Bourne, and Josoph Mulloy, but that it was truo Aldorman Hyam had previously recoived orders for tho company, though ho was not connected there with. The Mayor further 'roportod on tho sub ject of tho soutli-wostom boundary road, and the report was adopted on tho motion of Aldor mon Elyard and Monaghan. It was decidod that the ma...

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Central Shoalhaven Municipal Council. TERRARA, TUESDAY, MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Central Sltoalliavcn Municipal Council. . : Terrara, Tuesday, May 27. Present — Tho Mayor and Aldermen Lamond, Monaghan, and Hyam. Tho minutes of previ ous mooting were road and confirmed. Corros pandence inwards : 1. From tho Mayor of JNUinba, stating that tho members of his Council woro not in favour of superintending the ..expenditure of. tho grant for snagging tlio Crook haven. 2. Prom ; tho Goueral Post-offico, Sydney, acquainting tho Council of: tho accopt anco of Aldorman Hymn's offer to erect a building suitable to bo rontod as a tolograpli and post offico for the town of Terrara. It was agreed that the mattor of suitably acknowledg ing tho receipt of the lotter bo loft to tho Mayor. In Committee of Financo, an account for adver tising, from Mr. Charlos I. Watson, was .rotumed to him for correction, on the motion of Aldermen Lamond and Hyam. On tlio isubject of making Sackloy's' Ferry available ifor tho forrying of horses,. the Mayor roportod itliat during a conversation wit...

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Sheep or Birds. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Sheep or Birds. I A squatting gentleman pf tho Cameron clan, who prides himself on his knowlodgo of slioop, and having been brought up amongst them, was lately driving a brothor Scot to a neighbouring station. Noaring objects at a distanco — ' Shoep,' said tho Cameron, in an accont of conclusive dogmatism. 'Bird,' assovoratod his moro Icoon sightod companion. 'Bot you a pound they're slioop,' said tlio bovine export, who wasn't abovo making oxponses out of his countryman. ' Dono,' said tho lattor. ' Doublo it ?' said tho astuto Donald, who had just observod a figure which ho thought his friend couldn't seo, and he took to bo a shopherd. '? I'm on,' responded M'Tavish, who had obsorved ono of tho flock soaring away. On nearer approach tho adventurous Don ald discovered tho sheep to be native com panions, and his boguiler (the shepherd) a scaro crow placed to frighton marauding birds from a cultivation paddock. Tlioj' punished tho whisky togother that evening just the samo. — 2Eqles.<...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

SKISTKICI1 SEWS. [from our correspondents.] Cninlicwnrra. The woathor might bo described as everything that is disagreeable — nothing but rain and cold winds, day aftor day, until tho country has assumed a cold, uninviting, wintry appoaranco, that is anything but agreoablo. Tho roads might bo described as almost a con tinual mud holo, nothing but slush whorovor you go; and to add to tho disagreeability of tho roads at presont, any littlo ropairs that havo boon mado have been dono rocontly, so that the state of somo portions of tho road is moro easy to imagino than doscribo. Tho cattle aro beginning to look thin. Thoy havo been in vory good condition up to tho pro sont, but tho lato rains and cold weathor have mado ii groat impression on thom, and should tho winter continuo to tho end as it has begun, a groat number of cattlo will dio boforo spring. Farmers aro busy gotting in thoir maizo crops whon a chance presents itsolf, but the woathor has boon so unfavourable up to tho prosont ...

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Truth Stranger than Fiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Truth Stranger than Fiction. During the hearing of an application for a protection order and custody of children, heard before Mi^Word, Police Magistrate, Toxton, New ZimlaiA'^t a recent sitting, somo facts (says\th*' Wanawata Times') were elicited which; were they not substan tiated upon oath, would certainly.be worthy of but small credence. A woman, flamed Eosanna Bond, living at Bulls, applied for a protection ordor, Vad to have the custody of her children — -Ono^i baby ag-ed 22 years, the second being 10. In support of so singular an application, ancl in explanation of the somewhat paradoxical appellation of ' baby' bestowed upon an adult of 22, it was sworn in evidence that tlie^-'i^hild' had never, from the time of Dirth, ^increased one inch in stature, or an iota in maturity. Notwith standing the number of years which had passed over the head of the sought-for ward, it appears that it had to be carried about in the arms, can noither speak nor recognize any one, and roquires^t...

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Yalwal Gold-fields. III. THE BATTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

. Yalwal KoliMirlds. [by our reporter.] HI. , THE BATTERIES. At Yalwal no lo^s than five quartz crushing, machines aro oroctcd, and tho greato'r portion of the plant for a sixth — the Pinnacle Company's — is already on the ground. - - THE YALWAL AND DANQERA. ? This is a ton stamper battery, drivon by a .15 h. p. ongino. It has, up to tho presont timo, crushed 'upwards of 1000 tons, andisin'oxcollont working , ordor. It is situated on the eastern sido of tho Dangora, about a quarter of a milo further up tho creek than whoro tho Eclipse and other batteries aro situated on tho opposite sale of tho crook. This battery was forinorly worked at tho Fern Bank roofs, but owing to mismanago mont, proved a failure. Tho erecting of tho battery on its present site was howovor ontrustod to Mr. John M'Phol'sqn, and with his character istic mechanical aptitude discovered and spoedily sot to rights tho defect, and over sinco it came into tho hands of its present ownors, under tho management of Mr. M...

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Importation of American Meat into England. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 5 June 1879

Importation -n^i$£-ican Meat into England. j The import of American meat into England (says the ' Pall Mall Gazotte') is assuming such largo dimensions thai it is not surprising that farmers begin t-Vb§* somewhat anxious as to the future ofT&amp;VStttle trade. Some information on the subject, which will be; interesting not only to them but to meat con sumers generally, wag. given at a dinner hold a few days ago at Glasgow, by the butchers engaged in tho American meat trade. Tlie chairman in tho courfee of his observations,;, observed that ' farmers might be assurod that the coming aumnleramd autumn would be the worst they Hadjiad to face with Amorica, large freight contracts having been entered into for the transport of cattle into Britain. So large were those contracts that he was afraid some ofjthem would never be completed, as, if all! were fulfilled, cattle would be as cheap with us as in Amorica.' With regard to the increase in the American trade, it was stated that tho ent...

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