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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

TO AD 'EulTISElRs. Advertisemenlts cannot be withdrawrn btre the time expires for which they, have been ordered IWhere the number ofthe inser (timao is ot disntinctly,aprc:ieia advertise. menlts ill be'iusertaed until cuulnernmaandcd and charj~edl fJr accordlingly.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TAME ALLIGATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

A TA IL ATLLIOATOR.. "You saw that item in one of the papers about tamnin' young alligators, f reckon," said a G(I ravesend man, captur ing a city editor by the button-hole, and, drawing, himi into .the doorway. " You know tlloppelr 'said it was the fash'nable tlhing to o.': ; I don't remnembler. Perhaps it did. What of it 1" asked the city editor. . '; I tried it," said the Gravesend man. " A friend of mine brought sme one frmi America, and I'am taming that alligator for the children to play with." " How does the experimentit come along 1" asked the city editor. "I don't know about the experiment; the alligator is thrivin'. lie was six weeks old when I got him two months ago, and now he's seven years old. People in our part say hlie's all the alligator I'll ever need." " What does he do t" " Well, it's here. When he came, he was a sportive little cuss,' and just wabbled round friendly. He was 'chiefly mouth, and we used to feed him for the fun of seeing him eat. Now, we skin around...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERFECTLY QUIET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

PERFECTLY QUIET. Eli Perkins writes :-My wilfe,?hav. iilg been run away with once, is always afi?id the horse is going to run away with her' again. Yesterday when Ilfarringtnn, who runs the Maplewood Hall stables, brought up a pair, he bhd to stand the usual questioning: " Now, are they very gentle 1" " O, certainly--kind as kittensa.' " Did they ever run away 1" "Never." "Do' :you think they could' run awayl" Haerrington, looked at. the horses sndly' and said : " Madam, to be frank with you, I don't think they could." "Well, have they ever been frigh tened, " "No, never. Nothiu' could frighten 'enm," said Harrington. " Has anything ever happened to them that would have frightened them if they had been skittish 1" continued .my wife, earnestly. " Well, yes, ma'am ; su'thih' did happen thuther day that would have akeered 'em ef they'd been skittish." "What, Harrington-whatl" " Why, I was drivin' along down the Woolsey hill; a storm came up, ait', six streaks of lightnin' struck them ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FRETFUL WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

A FRVII'UL WiFE . . "I " Hester I" exalaimed Aunt Susan, ceasing her' rookiig"and knitting, and sitting upri'ght. " ,. " Do you know what.your husband will do:when you are dead " h. e "?What do you imean T' was the ,,startled reply ,, ,ic - " lie will marry th' sweetest tem p.'r?d girl hn canifhd." / ." Oh, Auntio I" lester began. -' .,".Don't. interrupt me until "I have finished ," sib, A nut Susan, leaning back and taking uill ler' knitting.. "She iny not Ieo s good a housekeeper as you ire-in fact,1 think noit, but she will hle good-natured." , Why, auntie-" ' I*That isn't sill," composedly con husband was half-way across the kit "chlet hfloor, bringing you the first ripe peaches, and all you did was to say. ' There, Will, just see your tracks on my clean floorl I won't have my-floors all tracked lpon." Some men would ']mve thrown the peaches out of the window. Today you screwed up your face when he kissed you because his moustache was damp and said, 'I never want you to kiss me ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. 18th April. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

Commercial: VICT IIA MARKIT. *lth April. b llohrlsus,* . alls toi per lb Cucumtluse, 0.1 to It psr icr It et... 26 to o per 100 lb _-1islutntr; AIse Ilewivr. Cellutogu, Is to to per dos ejoý 11ý tII'ples; ldfl t5 jl sbutihbl i L, Figs, 4d to lkl perlue ,, dalejsI, 21d~ Ito d ptre lb-' Quinces1 2s 5I to Si per bushel 1PuiryvIrdu oif Bacon, 7ddjo WIDper lb,.. ;.:.: hllttcr, Is to Istll per lb C1IOLe P 3 Lo'Is .rrlb Iggs, Ix kit to Is-Sd per dustr :ýPxllam=8 bll t erlb.:k }P

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

CO A CHIN . ROYAL MAIL LINE OF COACHES YAKRA FLATS ANDI QUEENSTOWN CO ACHES. Leave Globe Iotel, Swanustonntreet, dally 2 301p.m.,b) wry of Alphlngton, lvlahoe, Uleidalberg, ElthIm, KItngaroo Ground, S:}). tonn Hill, W\ali's Creek, Chtiltrms " ki;;ipirKCo:: ic"leaves "-te" GCOM IOtel daily at 3 pim. Messrs. KERR andC o.0 Proprietors of the E WANBUR N B EG to lnform the inhabitants of Lily ,dale, Yarr:aFlats, and surriodiudig dlitrictllthat'they are 'ow prepared to SUPPLY'SAWN TIMBER S * Oriay dimesionau ad' of the t B E . BESTi;,4.U ALITY,:::,. Delivered at" 'arra' F'rlat, 'at 10t" aniLd Lllydle;,'t'iiii"per''l 00' Fet' utler ; aloQ I peclally''"elected" tIlibeir for Wheelwright i' Purpouse, at L I 6d per 100 Feet'siuipr. i , SMr IH. Perrinour F.Ilydale agent, Is opereu Sto'rceei» ' oirddrs;"whlh i'will meet' with' Sprinint ntteiitlon:"t '"*" ';*"' '"1:''3 ,:, ' A ieud supply of:timber,'ii always kept I1 the yardo adujolniig - the Rehabite Hlall, Cartelit and A nlerson Struetsm, lild...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

BO VRNIENllT NOTICES. RESIDENCO, ARIEAS ACT 1881. ': IHE holders of Resitdenco Areas are e. ".ýL minded that, in nceordance with" The Residence Areas Act 18$11, they ahould annually renew the nlniiera' rights tnder which their Iesidenco Areas are l?eld. in order to continue it legal occupation of their lifoldings. By Order, ,"0,} T.iCOUCIIMAN: ' hecretarv for Mlites aun Water Supply. Melbourne, Gth April, tSs3,. I4Medical.Notice, DR. H1 -ENR'Y JA M ES, ,I.R..S.,E..; L.R.U.P.; LM.0 &U. GtI0ENSDitOROUGhII,.7i to n,?. to Ib t,~nt, DPtOSIO CitEBtt, ani I.mp. to 3p.m. Tuesday, 24th Apr1, 1883. e" . iW sai id i struinetal) -W ILL'. be ci in theo MECHANICS' V IN.,TITUTI, NII.I.UMBItK, on T 'ue1say EIvening, APitibL 24, 1813. t'iroee, t to pay for repairsa t St. Johtn's Churnh of Enghlad. . . A nItll ir of. adIies sutd genitlemne recld tmo t it a dratanOe hIave kindly prondeod to take part. . 'Tickets, Is. Begin at 7.30 Sharp. Cl';utlrmnian-Revd. J. B. Gason. £1 Reward. STOLEN from ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMAN'S EMANCIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

WOMAN'As '?MANCIPATION. WVith the frst.day of the present year, a greit legislative stfens took place in lngland. : The Married uWomatl's Pro perty Act, passed during the previous session of P?rliamentt, caeno into opera tion. Some twelve years ago-previsous to, 1870-a woman whelo sihe had nuedo the pronmso to "lore, Ihonour, and obey," passed absolutely, with lnl her lpssessions, into the haiuls. of her hlis-. I band; sf iI~?seoou hold noithor reil' nor pyrsoidl proporty,'escoptins$ such landed estateo?s, mya hud have. hboen hlor at tho. tinbtof.: ler.irsmrriago,,t he?.iioime of which she could, ts,l htoweovr, dispose. of ;. and oveih`r'br owt earnfingW~sore at the.disposal.of ltr. liego ord.. _ Equnity lawyers couldsitst isr,, t ,byt enns of cunLiuigly-drawnstattlemionts, remedy the. unjust provisions of thi' common, law ;. but this method of defeating, the re nmains of Ierbarouaslogislatismecould only. bo resorted, to by ti. wealthy, anti for the' groeat bulk of people, the. law ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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DAREBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

DAIEIIINR SI-lIRE COUNCI L OIRDINARIY ONOt''L, 3LEEETINOG.. At the ordinary mtueting held at the Shire I-Hall, Rlpping, ont lIonday last, IG.tll Aprhl, there weres pleesant-Crs. WV. 1i. .Wilson, JI.1P. (President), Joint S.. Morgau, J.I'., T. lodyicoat, J.P., DI) Gormlall, J.P., Mitchell, antd Moroney. CORRESPONDENCE. From thie Dog Inspector, informing: the Council of having caused twenty. four sulnnonseg to tbe issued against persons for halving uuregistered dogs in their possession and for evasions and falso declarations under the Dog Act. Considerable dissatisfaction has boon felt throughout the Shire owing to the manner the Dog .A ct has been worked by the Inspector, and Cr. Mitchetll mentioned that a number of ratepayoer had ogroed to employ counsel to defend the eases. The Presidellnt reported the result of thie deputatioln to the "Minister of Piub. lie Wor\ks, and that the claim of it special vote of £300 towards cost of buildling a bridge over the Oreok to Craigioburn would ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IF YOU PLEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

IF YOU PLEASE.. WhLin the Duke of Wellington was sick thl last thling ho took was a little ten. OI his lservancts Ihuding it to himll it saucer, and asking blil if lie would have it, the Duke replied," Yes, if you pleaseo." 'IheseO wore his lasot w'ord?t. I[ow ltuca kindness and colrtesy ls expreleltdliy thetm ' [e whol lid couoain ded the groatest anrLies inl Eur'ope, and had long used the throno of authority, did not dlteopise or overlook the inall courtesios of lifeo, All, how manay boys do I What a rudo tone of colomand they often use to their little brothers land sisters, andl someotijmes to their motchers I This is ill-bred and unchlristian, inld shows a coarso Inaturo a11d a hard heart I In nall your homon talk remember " If you please." Alllloig your ilpylillytes doln't forgte " f you pliueasc." ' ti ll who walt upott you Ind servol, you holiovo thdit "If you pleas," will mielic. yeo Ibtter iurl'vd thal all the cross orl orlering woids itn i,]hi whole( dictillcnry,. )Don't f...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ATTEMPT TO UPSET THE LILYDALE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

TIIE& AT?L?'i'P. TO UP'SET TILE LtlY. DALEU.. TRAIN. The black trackers didt somen important work at lion it11h yesterday. On thepro. vious day it was reported that some large pieces of stone had been placed on the line near the station, with the object of throwinug the Lilydale train off the line. The trackers followed thie footsteps to a place about 00 yards distant, wihero the large stones had been uprooted, pud forom thence to the local Stnatschool. where they found a boy whose boots corresponded exactly with the foot prints. liedenial it t tint, but subsequently admitted having put the stones on the rails. Detective Kett, who has charge of the affair, will very probably institute proceedings at once ngaoitt the lad, who is under 12 years of agc.-?Aer, Thursday.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. [?]APRIL [?] [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

Published A~'eryo Frida4; Tir. progress report of. tIhe Edcatton Coaminssion which has been stttiug for many months' past has at length becn. presented to lis EXCLL?.?"cy the GovysRso and tlhe full text thereof, which isill be found in our Metropoli tan contonemporaries,: we conunenil to the clreful, perusal of overy parent who reads this article. Je'llo raporet in question comprises three most int portant asllsets, viz., tlhe apploiutment airl' proi otion of teaclora,-.the coll tinuiuce of', night school, and the corporal punislhnent of.soholars. The. first aid last of these are undoubtedly qeiestionis of the gravest imtportantce. \Vitl the ceiitroon-tlhe night schools question-we need scadcely deal upon this occasion,, seeing that it is of mnliior itiportaitnc. Free night schools are, in ouropinion, ium!eceasary in this cotuntry anid, fturthertore, are open to. lmany grave objections, to some of which the report makes reference. The. boy or girl who really desires to improve hint ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

o VIOTORQIiI AGflIOULsTUIRI 80CIETY. S Thei quorterly meetnt g of the above s,'iely washdel on T'L'uloay afternnon, at tie' OIl ingh nt, Iltel, lthidelterg, thls uellters presut?t being lMessrs. ,JaOlUn" Creiglu+lt, vicedpr'sk? onl (in the clialt), 'J. , \lnuas, P. W\. Smith,, I tlret lniidllnw, J di 1,IIl, Wi)n. Laid. Ilny, Clurle.s Ceiglhton, '. Harier, anti '\ . ItatulielI . STl'e only corrosltuteuo, reocivid was ii hotter fromt Mr.. II. V J7 .. it clvor, dn rwivga uttetltion5 to1 his i ':newr , paUblica. on,. ,Z,. 'h ...1 .arm'er,'. _ Annal, and Arp'iull~url l iand -. Pastoral. Y"ear d9/s,' lnlt askiding tIrnonlersr. tol subscribe, Bovecal uteiLbrce. agreed. to. become sub. scribe's;i it being explained by the secretary that ltr,,Maelver's failure to Sitteln thu. leetidgsi of thb` society andl de(ier.' lectures had. beunt occasioned, tlhought ill?,ss. Accouuts nupuutling to 11LZ' Oswere Iuassed lnr.lp.uit. Tihe questiot oa etterndinee at the society's shows and the desirability ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. SYDNEY. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. SYDNEY, April 18. A tragedy of a somewhat sensational oharacter'oecrral in a suburb of Waterloo last. night, about half-past eight o'clock. JohnnBennett, a ropemaker by trade, wna partaking of ten In a house situated at 5 Grosvenor.Termce,?forehenidst reot,Waterloo, whebe he lodged, and which was kept by a wtidrw named Mrs. Mnry Ann Cornish. At the table with Bennett were sentat ed Mrs.' O?rnish and two dnughters, Emily and-,ineo. ?nicitt rueoastod dJan tgo outside to obtatl some water for him, and she thereupon' left the room for that purpose, when. he suddenly dlrew oilt n sle.chambered revolver and taking anim with the weapon at Emily Cornish, who was sitting at the table, shot her tn the left hide of the face. Obser ving that lie had not ,silcrsfully carrial out his intention, he dishhirgedl the contents of anoihcr chambher of the revolver into thie wound already inilietel. 11 evidlently eon. ildered sultsequently that the shots were fatal, ani poht...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

Death. MACKIE—At Burrumbeet, on 17th April, after a short illness, John Mackie, aged 76 years, the father of Rev. Alex. Mackie.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

ANDERSON'S CREEK.     f(rrun OurciQ ConflesronFr.ý.) The Crawin Colnphiy Dyke has finished a crul?hig of 330 tons, nud obtnined about l8o0t.. of gold. The recent caving in of their tunnel will not, I believe, inlcrfere with their working the. roeaitlder. of the dyke at this level., The YoungGolonial(quartzclaitn) Co. are sinkilng in their driveo al are- down 20 feet, The leador is looking very well smd increasing iti size. 'Tlherecont discovery south by lessrs, Sniith, Nnters, andl Co. (iumuediatelyadjoining thlieay certainly enhances the value of theti, property. ?Messrs Smith, Naters, and Co: washed oin Mlonday last as tmucli as an ounce ao.the dish, and it is sincerely hoped that it will continuo ; they h.vo done good prospecting andd deserve to be rewarded. The Queen's Birtlhdlay. Tribute Corn-. pony obtaincd Itozas, for about. a fort; .ight's work, which, for 4 men, is very .bindsome,. Their shaft is down 63 feet, and at this depth they are obtain ing ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

'. Coionia' aMiitu a life Assur nne Society .'I imited. Mutue 1'-.Lifet Assurance' En doic'sienrs, Annuities: S I' ale l 4ý 1 .c ,id86q (illaet 46"im.wenL,,lihaiaeuce. Icibiec [if cal the eclucdcc.. .Vic-l'rnlddcts : The Nonc. Sir .l. Gieo. ILung IGamec, S. r..c _ ...hl. ionl,ll1ecpIr.ll., c' 'TlIhuitoli. I..uke S. .1ecko,'Mf.1.;C.. * he D irectols. Thbe R~v: N.: Ploi Kinat, M.A., Ieightoen, 1:. M;" Iliser,.J P., moerchacnt, .lellhoarie. 11. ) N1(1 A, 'I'. Mine k, m '.p., 11 'fll ito n ilayui. N'. Illehace,. Sllmaruie. I.1~nSu.,SeIer TI. 'I lecci Martintlleuilacc.c ln. llpee l IFlireihe, e. c cll u e lle w.m , Ic.yi licl re 'i cjer; l . ll I:4 c.k l / or IS1Y SEe I.. he e' iio EA' i r * iJ~ I'j cYI -(rL.~4 F "afar. bluatr 8'1# l'T , ý '17UAandOý" N 1 { )' 7<. f NE.Iv hl'ilNVýIi FOIL i.lAle' YEAII 1;.24 I'eci acecle tIr C1. 5092.095 4,31: ioliceaee ec ci acluricig £'9103,222 1 kL ait Annual Iulumie ace"tds £LIO,Udb * T.JAQUh%9!SAR'rIN. General tMluaigcr. ~, .adlraa.D n PI....

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First Love. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

Many yars aigo, there lIved in a little village of. llrnside, two young lovers, very young, for the lady was in ler ninth year, the gentleman in his twelfth I still, in spite oft his tender years, he was a most gallant and devoted' squlre, while she was tihe tenderest and most confiding of damsels. The course of their true love had run very smooth, for their mothers, old school-fellows, had laughingly betrothed themt when little Annie was but three years old. Ilarry was an orphan, but his uncle, Dr. Benton, had adopted him at his mother's death, and filled the place of the father, whom the boy had never seen. The doctor was an old man, and regarded his frank, geherous nephew as the apple of his eye. lie was not wealthy, but his practice was good, and lie was able to give Harry a superior education, and looked forward to the time when his nephew could take his place. Annle.Ashloy was the only child of the village lawyer at Burnside. who, his practice being very small, speculated free...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

TO CULlRSPON'Il ?X 'S. .TIhe'uw?utm freibdmi rwsidteut with' the' publie interest, roill be alluwrdl to cera spn dents qf all cissesh; bit no cimaunicatiwis will ,suder aniy cLucausLtanc be inserted, a?nkes authenticated i tihe real nants and adress of" tlhe writer,, which will be regarded as~ strietly - catsUlential,^-and- eere as is guarant ecJ yoa?l laith. Ire cannat -be hell reaspsisible fJor the opi~nio?s xepressed by currespondisnts.

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. D. Lovelock and Co. report, April 17 [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883

MIELROURNE STOCOK ,,RESPOR U. Lorveock and Co. reii,:Ap;l i? '! Dairy Slock.--The market last week was S aga.tt'lightly optlied, tandtl llhntigh a' fair nwambehr of goal cow. Wer, arled,nnotequal 5; th"e de lfiad which still c ll tiatte for that class. We sold up ton£St. Springers to'A5, and at Mtorntto tale forward springera'to £8 | ' dry- : ows frmu :lo upwards. i gs,--A sliiht advauce in prices of all ° ^, Cat:oo -Very ocare;r-t- e ofw-ymeswsd-b.-c . i?i? g ti lyo an afeeior.quality. +,. - WV I;, Lookhr said Sons, 58 Chanaery Lane, rep rt the sale of the following properties : 52 acrts', pat sh of Vrahron, at (lardner, near tLakleigh, at £47 per acre, £5414 t i12 acres I pariah of Mulgraro, at £18 per acre, I2160 ; a aulf-acre allotment fronting Eaton atrtet, )lakleigh, at Ss 6d per foot. SAlan a small lot of crossbred ewes, near Melbourne, at Ss per head cash.

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