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HAY MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

I HAY MUNICIPAL - COUNCIL. Thursday, April 2, ;1874;: : Present — Wm. Sabine, Esq. (Mayor), A1 dermen -Tartakover, Simpson, and; Lakeniani; Minutes of the last meeting read-and cori-f firmed. 1 - '? ? ?; '? Alderman Lakeman moved that Alderman Tartakover be-placed on tho Finance' Com mittee. ? Alderman Simpson moved, as an amend ment, that Aldermari Tartakover be placed on tlie Works Committee, and that the mover bo transferred to the Finance ; Com mittee. He asked this as lie would be so much away. The other members present considered that Alderman Simpson was too valuable on the Works Committee to be spared. -He with-; drew the amendment, arid Alderman Tarta kover became a finance committeeman. Memorial read from inhabitants, asking to have a footpath made in Simpson-street. Rreferred to Works Committee, along, with a letter from -the Rev. S. A. Hamilton, ask for a footpath in Bank-street to the Presby terian Church. ' . Letter read from a contractor in' Echuca, asking for. inform...

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By Electric Telegraph (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, April 6th, 8.9 p.m. A. J. C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY—MONDAY, APRIL 6. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

By Electric Telegraph (from our own correspondent.) . Sydney, April Gth, -8.9 p.m. A. J. C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY— MONDAY, APRIL 6. HURDLE RACE. Baron ... ... ... 1 Nonsense ... ? ... ... 2 Mount .' ... ... ... 3 Time, 5m. 41s. CUMBERLAND STAKES. ?; Speculation... . ... ... 1 . Javelin . ... ??? 2 Reprieve' ... ... ... 8 ?Time, 2m. .15s. Won by eight lengths. ; : ' CHAMPAGNE STAKES. ' ? Kingshorough ... 1 / ? Nea .... ... ... ' 2 \ ?Gaslight ... ... 3' Time,' lm. 10s. ST. LEOER. J. Tait's. Sylvia colt ... 1 ' J. Taits Rose d' Amour ... 2 Sir H. Robinson's Fitzyattendon 3 Time, 3m» 18s. Won by three lengths.

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

PUBLIC 'MEETING. j. A meeting was held at the Masonic Hall, Haiy, on Wednesday' last, 1st' inst.' Wm. Sabine, Esq.', -Mayor, was votod to tho chair. Thoro was a large and respectable attond ance. The Mayor said tliey had met to seo if any tiling could be done to remedy the evils wo wero suffering, by the late delivery of tho mails from Deniliquin and Booligal. ,. A-. -me- morial had been prepared to forward to the Postmaster-Generai, which ho read as fol lows :— .. TO THE HONORABLE THE rOSTMASTER-GENEI'.AL; SYDNEY. . ; Sir,; — We, the inhabitants of Hay and of the neighboring district, in public mooting assembled, bog to exproos in tho strongest terms our sense of the injustice which wo labor under in consequence of the irregular mail . servico between Moama, Deniliquin,. Hay, and Booligal. ; ' i . : : The business of the district is.seriously im-; pedod resulting from tho delays constantly happening. The . mail : from Deniliquin is ?ofton between five and six hours late, whilst the...

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OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany communications that may require verification. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. MINER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany com munications that may require verification. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. bir, — Having just arrived Here irom a visit to the copper mines in the neighbour hood of Coan Downs Station, I now endea vour to give you a description of them. Mount Hope Copper Mine — having priority of discovery by a person named Fisher, and found by him, I believe, quite accidentally — is situated on the western slope of a rather low hill, about ten miles on a south-easterly direction from Coan Downs home station, and as far as humanity can judge, has every appearance of being a really first-class mine, an almost unlimited supply of copper ore of high per centage being visible upon the surface, and exposed in their workings, whicjj are sank to the depth of a few feet only. The result of a few tons of ore smelted from this mine at Adelaide, I see' by tho Press of a recent date, gave the very handsome result of 40 per. cent, pried copper — a reall...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

? CRICKET. v A match was played at Hay, on Saturday, April 4th, between an eleven of Hay, and a like number from Oxley. -The weather .was fine, and the ground was in tolerably fair -order considering- -the - recent heavy; rains.. The following are the respective: scores : — ' Hay— 1st Innings. . Second Innings. C. M'lver ... - 1 «_T. Poareo ... 0 A. Pearco ... 7 W. Coningliam . 2 II. Davidson. 8 A. Pearce ? , 0 A. Lakeman 0 A. Lakeman 10 E. Brandon... 9 II. Davidson 6 C. Simpson... 5 C. Davidson... 2 C. M. Davidson 10 E. Brandon ...; 9 C. Clifford ... 0 C. Simpson... 10 W. Coningliam 10 C. M'lver ... 3 T. Pearco ? ' 2 C. Dwight ... 0 C. Dwight ,' S C. Clifford ... 0 Byes ... 3 — ? ? .Total ? 42 . Total .... 58 . ? . ;: Oxley— First Innings. . Second Innings. F. E. D'Arcliy 3 /, 'F.' ,E'. D'Arcliy .1. — . Rigby ... , 3! ? — . Rigby 5 M. D'Archy| ? ' lG M. D'Arcliy... 12' W. Scott ... . 6 W. Scott ... 13 F. D'Arcliy.,. ' 14 ' F. D'Archy.... . 0: — . M'Ciilleri 0 — . M'Cullen 4 G. Palm...

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(FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

(FROM THE DAILY FAPEREO ' London, 28th March.- — The annual boat raCe between the crews of Oxford and Cam bridge Universities was rowed to-day over the usual course on the Thames, from Putney to Mortlakq, and resulted in another victory for Cambridge by two lengths ; the weather was splendid, and a large crowd witnessed tho race. A deputation of Irish members of Parliament waited on the Premier, and asked him to release the Fenian prisoner, but Mr. Disraeli declined to grant the request. A strike of 12,000 colliers has taken place in Staffordshire. Monetary, &c. — The Col leries Company for New South Wales has not been floated, and tho deposits have been re turned. The Australian and American Steamship Company has been registered, with a capital of £600,000, to take over the now line'T-f steamers running between San Fran cisco and Sydney. London, 30th March. — Major-General Sir Garnet Wolseley has had a baronetcy ' con ferred upon him, with tho additional distinc tions of K....

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SYDNEY. 3rd April, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

-SYDNEY. ' (from OUll own correspondent. ) 3rd April, 1874. Good Friday brings partial rest, even to journalists aud printers ; but by the timo this letter readies tlio Riverine Grazier , tho time of business will havo come round again, and somo notice of tho public business of this week will bo looked foiv The- work of Parliament lias been very ' slow indeed. Tho' discussions on tlid.tii'til-= lery force last wook delayed the Estimates j and wlidn the Assembly returned to tho con sideration of them bn Wednesday, liew object tions wore raised, and it soon becamc evident that tho Appropriation Act could not be? passed in timo to pay tlto civil ScrVaiitg and the.labourers employed tiy the Government, boforo tho holidays. The Governor reached Sydney on the afternoon of the 1st April ; if the two Houses had done their duty they Would have handed over- the* bill for his assent, on the 31st March at the- latest ; bnt as it is, ' . His Excellency's being- a' few ' hours; . behind time lias...

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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 8, 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 3, 1874. Tho weather lias again brightened. The Jatu rains have boon very wide spread, and on somo of tlio Lachlan hack bipeds tlio benefit jn filling tanks and reservoirs has been par ticularly groat. 2,G32 fat sheep left Togan maln last week for Melbourne. 9,50.0 mixed fat sheep, fro.m B.uldenulgera (W. Forlon ge's) are noar Condoblin en route for - Mel- bourne via Hay. Mr. John'Mooro has sold 2,300 stpro sheep, Mr. Thomas Simpson's, to Mr. L:\ng, ' of W argum. The Wagga Express , of April 14th* says — During the -past fqfti|ight rain has' fallen more or lbss copiously every day, 'whilo' intervals of sun shine have had the effect of bringing feed wonderfully forward. No frosts have yet been experienced in this locality, although wo hear of them at short distances. The wea ther lias been of a kind that will doubtless increase the cases of footrot among flbeks depastured in low-lying country, but beyond tlijs4 the season bids fair to be a most pros pgr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

Hay ^Jockey' Club ;^'j^nual;^ THURSDAY, and. FRIDAY^ ' MAY :? ! .,.' ? 7th and'-'STir.:^ '? ' ' ? r ' Patron-. .V ' ' 1 ' ? ? J. J! PIIELPS, M.L.A. ! ' ' V ' ' President '. ' THOMAS D'ARQIIY. . Vic'crPresideni '' V' ' EVAN EVANS.' ?... .Stcivards; ' . \ ...h Messrs.- 'It. ED G-jt'R' ; ? ;,i '? ' JOHN KEIG'HRAN. : . ii' b; welsh-.. g:c.'Lou&hnan. - - F. W. REED ' ? ' 1 '.. E. EVANS r.V::'' : ' ' J. McGAW ' ;'¥M. LANG ' ¥M. McEVOY. ' ' . Judge : ' THOS. McFARLAND. ' '. ' Starter : ' ' ; EVAN EVANS. ;; / . : -'Clerk of .tlie 'Course GEORGE DONOHOE. ; . FIRST DAY, ' . THURSDAY, 7th' of MAY. . To start at 1 p.m. ' ' MAIDEN PLATE, of 40 sovs., added to a awejej)' of 2 sbvs:.' , For all horses that have not won an advertised prize, exceeding 20. sovs;, 'tit time '.of entry.' . Weight for age.. Olid and' a half miles. ' Entrance, open. ? To start at 1.45 p.m.. ' PRINCE OP WALES' STAKES, of 25 sovs. Weight for age. The winner to be sold for £30. (If entered, not to be sold, to carry ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

It was for many years -a subject for ' discus sion whether the lower classes, as they are called, shoultl or should not rooeivo the advantages of education; There, were many people who advocated the principle that edu cation given to such as had to' labour with their hands for daily bread, and were the hewers of wood and drawors of water for tlicir more comfortably situated ? fellow-beings, would tend to make then! dissatisfied with their lot, and so unfit thorn for tlioir 'position iqJUfc,' Happily, tho number of those advo oatbs havo become much smaller than 'tliey. were, and. thoso who' employ labour at . the present time will infinitely prefer an:cducated mechanic or hodman, who can bring' to bear on his work the knowledge of how to do it most advantageously for employers and ' em ployed, to one who is no bettor than a machine, and liko a piecpof 'mechanism lias to be watclied that ho does not . run out of gear and spoil his work. The Government of all countries aro alive to tho...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 1ST APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 8 April 1874

? MELBOURNE STOCK . REPORT. Wednesday, 1st. April. FatCattle.—10i2 liead ;forward, and all sold. Quality generally very good, the best seen here for several weeks, and prices on the whole wero well maintained considering, the wet weather. .The following -were ? from Riverina : — Dight Bros., Albury, 77- head, averaging £10 18s. Gdl : J. Conisbee, Mur ray;. 126 head, averaging £10 15s. Gd. ; Bowler & Keighran, Murrumbidgeo, : 165 head,; averaging £8 13s. 5d. Fat Sheep. — 1,250 penned, quality very inferior, . with tlie exception of the , one lot from Riverina. Prices ruled, if anything, a trifle lower than last week, except for prime. About 3,000 were taken by graziers, and the remainder by the trade. The mob above al luded to was 2,689 ewes from Groougal, Murr'umbidgee, and brought 12s. 9d. all round. - .Store Stock. — In consequence 'of the late rainB this market is very brisk. Cattle — Wo hear of 1000 heifers having been sold on 'the .Darling at £G per head. . 880 steers, ...

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EUROPEAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

?,;,-: EUROPEAN ITEMS. i The honor, of 'knighthood has been con ferred on Alderman James Mackoy, lato Lord Mayor of Dublin ; upon Baron Amph-; le'tt, the new . Exchequer^ udgo ; and upon Mr. Thomas Sidegraves,. chief justice of tho Straits ; Settlements : ; a , similar honor was offered -.to,, Mr., Edward Baines,-of Leeds. Dr. Beke: . reports the discoverv, near tho Gulf of Akaba, of the true Mount Sjnavwith the remains of sacrificed animals on the sum-! mit, and: Sinaitio ?inscriptions lower down.! Tho Indian Government are at length awa-; kening to the urgency of the famine crisis ;' multitudes are' already crowding to the relief! works, ,and thousands' 'are .limited ,tp one meal daily, and depopulation has begun ; the' natives are. described ' as anxious, but won-j derfully patient ; the. Government' is ': making a prodigious effort, biit past delay will; prove fatal to myriad's ; somo of the most suffering; districts arc now inaccessible to carriage,' and' the railways are choke...

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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

TELEGRAPHIC . ITEMS. ([?ROM THE DAItA' PAPERS.) ?-? ? ? .London, 1st April. — JLno revenue lor. tne year amounts to 7-k millions, exceeding tho estimate by 2J millions, T'Mr.-;I)israoli has promised to. 'consider^ 'a'., siiggcatibn for the burial of the remains of Dr. Livingstone in . \y.cstmmster Abbey, nt tho : public expense. Arrived: Abergeldie, Berean, Auckland, City of Perth, Ethel, Erato, J. M. Joshua, Sir John Lawrence. ? , f . . , , London, 4th April.— There is a.greatlock out of agricultural laborers ? in tlio castcni' countries. The wool market is quiet, but prices continue firm ; at tho Liverpool* ; sales prices wove a penny lower. Tho copper market is heavy and unsettled ; Chili,vii,74( to £76 ; Straits, £87 ; Australian nominal. Arrivals: Saddon (Strathdon ?), Envoy, St. Leonards. Money is in active Remand, 'with the bank rate at 3i per cent. The bank Teservo is weak. ' ' ' London, 8th April. — Dr. Livingstone is to bo buried in Westminster Abbey, and the ?cost of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

The Return Ball THE MAYOR OF HAY '! WILL be held on, WEDNESDAY, the W 29th APRIL instant, ? . AT. .'. ?? ?? ?? ? . ? THE MASONIC HALL. , , : ? ? ? ??? HAY.: .;.:..? ;,' .-'..,? : OdMMITTEE. , . ? ; ? . Alderman LAKEMAN: Alderman TAETAKOVEE Messrs. JAMES jMAOGREGOE P. WOOD REED WILLIAM THRELKELD . GEORGE ESPLIN J. H, SAUNDERS WILLIAM HEWITSON,'and Dr. PEERS. ? Secretary, THOMAS CLAY. Applications for Tickets must bo made to the secretary, at the Bush Inn, not later than Thursday, 28rd inst. : ; , . Tickets — Double, to admit a lady and gentleman, £1 10s. ; single, for a lady, 10b. 6d. ; for a gentleman, £1 ls^ 240-28 Race Ball. 'itTEIiIBEuo oi tlie Hay Jockey. Club who llL are favorable to the holding of a Race Ball at the forthcoming Annual Race Meetr ing are requested to attend at Tattershll's Hotel TO-MORROW, Thursday evening, the 16th inst., at 8.30 p.m., for the purpose of arranging, preliminaries. 236-25 Hay Hospital. ':'{ MEETINGof the CONTRIBUTORS'to O. Hay ;. Hospital will b...

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ACCEPTANCES FOR THE [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

' ACCEPTANCES FOR. THE i ? ii. J. C. Handicap. st lb Mr; J. Brewer's b g After Dark, .agd, 9 0 Mr. ,0. Lloyd's rm Grecian Bend, 5 yrs 7 9 Mr, A. Boyle's gg Robin, 5 yrs, ... 7 2 Mr.' W. Sabine's (ns) brc Dolphin 8. yrs. 6 '-?'? 6 Autumn Handicap. Mr. J. Brew.or's bg After Dark, agd ' 8 12 Mr. Armer Boyle's g.g. Robin, 5 yrs 7 4 Mr; M. J. Dodd'sb g East Lynne, 6 yrs' 7 ', 0 Mr; W. Sabmp's'bm Lavinia, 3 yrs. 6, 12 ',' ?».:'. ns.br c Dolphin, 8 yis 6 8 ' ' HurdlkRaoe. Mr. Armer Boyle's ggRob'm, 5 yrs 9 10 Mr, W. Morant's b g Eclipse, aged ; 90 , S- Australia.— Mr. Boothby's wheat, sta- tistics, which have been. issued, show.that the total area sown was 784,784, acres, being an incroaso of 24,978 acres ; tho total yield amouhted'to G,178,816: bushels, showing a decrease of 2,557,096 bnshols; the average yield was 7 bushels 52 lb., being a decrease of 8 bushels 38 lb. ; tho' probable export Bur plus will bo 95,000 tons. Denimquin.— Impounded 26th March Brown entire horse, small star,— ov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

; ; Woolpack Inn, ??'! -.'.;:??; ,' ?-. MOSSGIEL. .? mitAVELLERS and. the Inhabitants of tho iX;.' District will find tho above Inn a^ most dcsirablo house to piit rip at, both for the comfort of residence; and tho excellency of tho food andliquors; supplied; ' . :. : ' -It- is .: tho ? desire of ?the undersigned to increase 'his already extensive^ business connection , and/while endeavouring to do so, wishes it to be understood that nothing ?will bo wanting on his part. . ? ?'? :.-??-. D.AYID C. EIDDEL, ? '..-:'??'? '? . ? ?'?'. '-.'.? Proprietor. : March 30th, 1874. .:.??-.? 214 George O. Wood, !. . fiook, Pastrycook, Confectioner, and . ... Ornamentist, ? . ... , IS prepared to take and executo O&DEBS for Wedding or. Christening Cakes, in any design, from 3 guineas up to;20 guineas. Count)%y orders taken. Address,: No. 4, Myerb-Street, Hay. ' ' i35u . .,.;. ' '; , ';;. Bridge Hotel, Hay. TH. BROOKE respectfully informs his ? friends and the public generally, that they- wi...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

TO-TUE EDITOn OP THE IUVERIKE GRAZIER. ' Deau Sin, — Upon one subject the towns people of Hay have, more . especially during tho past week, been making complaints, and that is the offensive smells that meet them wherever they go. Have we no Inspector of Nuisances ; and if there is such an officer, why does ho not attend to his duty ? I ask this- for tho sake of the health of the general public. Have the corporation anything to do with the matter, if so cannot it be brought under the notice of that body by some of our zealous ? Aldermen ? ? Duriug the greater . part of last week, a dead cat has been lying 'putrifyiug in the gutter alongside tho most frequented portion of our main thoroughfare^ Laohlan-stroet. I could also name; several other nuisances, such as kitchen stuff thrown out at- the rear of hotels, private houses, &c., also the keeping of pigs shut up in filthy etys. No one seems to know whose duty it is, everyone contents himself with observing ' that he has spoken...

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STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, April 15, 1574. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

STOCK REPORT. Wcdnesdav. Ar-ril 15. 1.874. ? Since our last wo Jiavo to ; report close, sultry weather until Monday morning- when rain commenced to fall, nnd although it, brightened at mid-day, wound up with thunder, lightening and rain, in the evening. Yesterday the atmosphere was delightful, with a fine breeze from: the south-west. The roads ?ire represented as being in a frightful condi tion particularly in the Lachlan direction, thero being, so we are informed, almost a continuous sheet of water from the' One Tree to Booligal, whilst the country towards Mos giel is if anything worse. However, the tanks and dams are full,; the feed is growing . beautifully, and the prospects for tho lambing are eminently good. 4,400 fat sheep from Currnwillinghi; Joseph W. Carno in charge, -crossed for Melbourne on Friday last. 4,700 wethers crossed from south side same dav, going back to Coomba run; theso arc now the property, we believe, of the New Zealand Bank; and are for sale. 2,700 fat shee...

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OPEN COLUMN. Names of the writers must accompany communications that may require verification. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

OPEN COLUMN. Names of the ivriters must accompany com ' miinications that may require verification. .TO. THE EDITOR OP THE RIVERINE GRAZIER. Sir,— The letter of Mr. M'Farland, of Nap Nap, to the committee of the Hay .Hospital, is very opportune, and that gentleman de serves the thauks of the community at large for writing it. It will be a good thing if the committee can soe their way to appoint a resident surgeon. We have now two medical men resident amongst us, and there will be less chance 'of any 'patient in either town or country not getting medical advice in time. But would it not be a better plan to increase tho amount paid to the medical men attending the hospital, and divide it equally between tho two, and give each one a right in the patients. Suppose that tho bods in the hos .' pital were divided between the two medical men,' and they wero to have an arrangement that when either was called away frpm town, that the other could attend during his absence . to his hospital pat...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. WEDNESDAY, 8TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Riverine Grazier — 15 April 1874

?MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. :'?'?' Wednesday: 8th Aphil; ? !j .Fat Cattle.— Only 678 ? head forward, prices advanced 20s. per head, qualitymostly inferior, about one-third prime ; fully double tliis number expected for nqxt week's market, when prices are likely to go down to laBt week's rates. The only lot from Riverina were M'Nicol's, Bland, 187 head, averaging £9 12s. 6d. V . ??'.???' Fat- Sheep. — The absurdly small number of 10,020 to hand, greater portion very in ferior, only one good lot which came from Riverina, prices advanced Is. per head. Graziers took abont one-half. The lot 'alluded to was Messrs. Dalgetty/ Blackwood and Co.'s, 1907 wethers, from Boabula station, atlCs. 6d. Store Stock. — Enquiries numerous since late rams in Riverina. J. G. Dmigharty reports- sale of 14,000 wethers from-Mahpnga to Mr. Bicketson, and has since placed 19,000 ewes from same station, besides 5,000 wethers at 9s. Cd. from the Billabong. . .: : Stations. — Bocmery and Belalio stations; on Rivers...

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