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THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES.. (The Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES.. (The Times.) It was something moro than a co incidencbj that the very day tho ban quefc to Sir George Bowen catne off, which drew togother such n numerous gathering of colonists and other gontlo men.intqrestcd in tho colonies, a depu tation should have waited on the ]3iir| of Carnavon requesting tho annexation of New Guinea to that otnpire in the south which has even now attained such ,large proportions. After what wo have already done in tho matter of annexation it is impossible wo can stay in our onward path. A nation— for Australasia deserves tho title, though but a dependency of the British Grown —which can boast in its still youthful days of a trado equal to £90,000,000, and which possesses revenues in tho aggregate amounting to £14,000,000 per annum, cannot be expected to stand still, and through u3, is sure to put out ■its nrrns wherever it sees'an advanta geous position on which to placo its .hands. , What Australia has already accomplished, tho ene...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE CORONER ON INQUESTS. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE CORONER ON INQUESTS. (To the Editor of the Advertiser.) Sir.—Iu a paragraph of your issuo of the 30th ult., depicting the circumstances con* nected with the untimely and sudden death of the lato Mr." T. W. O'Driscoll, the follow ing passage occurs— " No inquest was held ; I an which has cllcitcd some comment11 ! (the emphasis is mine). I regret I did not ' observe this earlier. | The words used evidently imply neglect in some direction, and are an imputation on some ono. They also lead to the inference that there was somethiug in tlio circum stances attending this melancholy case which rendered inquiry rcccssary. It is to be regretted, I think, that you did not speak more plainly, and indicate cxactly in what direction the imputation pointed. As the "omission" charged and the "comments" spoken of must bo read in connection with tho antecedent, 11 inquest," I do not think I shall bo deemed Quixotic or fastidious iu presumiug that the implied ccnsure rests...

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FLUKE.CURING EXPERIMENTS. (The Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

FLUKE. CURING EXPERIMENTS. (The Leader.) A number of gentlemen intorosted in stock, Including1 Messrs. Ibbotson, Officer, Wilson, and Dougharty, ut tondad at tho stores of Messrs. M'Comas and Co., King-street, on the 24th ult., to inspect the results of a new method for curing fluke, by Messrs. Caton and Co, The occasion of tho trial was that Mtv Caton was appliod to for assistance to procure a patent for the euro of fluke, and consonted to purchase one half interest., provided bo woro allowed to chooso twenty sboep, such as would afford, an absolute demonstration of the curing poworof tho alleged mothod of euro, lie accordingly procured 20 owes, hoavy in lamb, oinacintod in con. dition, and puffed in tho jaws, which he considered in tho stago gonorally supposo 1 to bo beyond tho reach of euro. Tho sheep were placed in a paddock at Braybrook, and subjected to no further interference than was necessary for their 6afcty. Every ox amination was inado by Mr. Caton himself, and cvory she...

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

PASTOIlAh MUMS. Messrs. A. E. and E. V. Ffrench, of West Bland Plains, have sold 700 prime store bullocks to Mr. David Power, of Bushy Parle, Gipps Land, at a high figure. Air. G. A. Elliot (P.R, and Co.), agent. Messrs. E. \V. and A. Wcstby of Pullitop, have sold COO fat wethers, for local consump tion. Messrs. W. H. M. and Co., agents. Wo hear that 10,000 mixed sheep belong ing to Mr. Gibson, of Burrumbuttock, which passed through Wagga last week, have been purchased by a local buyer. Mr, John Rand, of Oura, lias sold 150 superior store bullocks, to Mr. Benjamin Itudd, of Howlong Station. Messrs. W. H. and Co., agents. The particulars of somo very interesting Quko curing experiments will be found on our fourth page. Wo learn that Messrs. Hastings, Cunning ham and Co. sold in Melbourne on Monday, the Triila Station on the Lachlan District with 50,000 sheep at |27s. per head buyer's name has not reached us. Mr. K. J. Oilman has sold 3700 ewes and 1400 weaners to Mr. John Barnes, jun...

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AMERICAN OPINION ON THE WAR-CLOUD IN EUROPE. (New York Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

AMERICAN OPINION ON THE WAR-CLOUD IN EUROPE. (X<M York llcxahl.) Aituougn a case ior wm- uanuun bo seen on tlio liuropean horizon, tlioro aro, no doubt, many inimical signs tliafc an overburdened brain might tor. turo into threatening spoctrcs. Pur. bans tho cmiforeneo of tlio Emperor of Austria and tlio King of Italy is more political than bus boon givon out; and now wo learn, also, ihafc tho pro gnimwo by which tbo Emperor William was to liavo gone to Italy has boon changed, and that visit is givon up. Aro tlio kindly relations of Aus tria and Italy brought about by tho prossuro of common apprehension ? Thoy would not daro just yet to make tho truo cause of their kindliness known if this bo it : but it is protty cloar that tho nggressivo tendencies of tho northern Power bavo some relation to this effect. Prussian remonstrances, it is well known, woro mado nt Home on the subject of tlio Popo, and it was suggested to Italy that tlio law of tho Papal guarantees was too lib...

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A PATTERN WOOLSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

A PATTERN W00LSH15D. Anew woolsbod wbielrhas just been oroctod by Onptaiu Gardiner, on tbo Mount Schanck estate, Soutb Austra lia,is described by tbo.Border Watch, which rofors to the building as "one of tho largest, most completo, and convo niont woolslieds iu Australia. Tho walls aro of tho fino close-grained, limestone, abundant in the neighbour hood, and the roof is covered with shingles, estoemod preferable to iron in cousoquenco of not drawing so much heat. The building is a simple oblong, 200ft. by 50ft. The shearing floor, which ruus aloug both sides of tho shed for nearly half its length, affords accommodation for d-2 shearers, giving ono opening to cach man. This is tho complement deemed nocossary, but should need arise, double tho number can at any timo be put on without in convenience. The catching pons .occupy the centre, there is one for every three shoarers. Tbo whole of tbo rosfc of tho shod is dividod into receiving pons, and no less than 2000 sheep can bo put into ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

Positive Atihtui«.—'L'lio most of tho so called great remedies possess only that sort of negative or passive virtue, wlncli, while it may not often euro disease, will seldom endanger lifo. Bmistol's Sarsaparilla is equally safe, but it is possesaed of tlint posi tivo or nggrcsaivo vlrtuo which will not tolerate the prcscncc of disease or impure blood ov humours in the human systems where io is used, ami thus it is that it always etlccts complete and lasting cures.—A DVT. IIoi«loway\s Pills.— Swimming of the head, nausea, distaste for food, and a feeling of lassitude and exhaustion, are infallible indications of a torpid stomach and general sluggishness of the sccrctivc organs and the circulation. lint it is not therefore necessary to scud for a doctor. A course of Holloway's great cathartic, alterative, and tonic remedy will remove every unpleasant symptom, and imbue both the body and the mind with unwonted energy. Every animal fluid will be purified, every obstruction in tbo evacua...

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FEMININE SNOBS. (Liberal Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

FEMININE SNOBS. (Liberal Ilevkw.) It would seem that tlioro bavo ovoi' boon class distinctions and thit tbero over must bo, but t-horo is uo vnlid reason why a number of purely artifi. cial barriers should boTaisod between the different sootions of a community. T ho croation of those artificial barriers has, in England, dono an immonse amount of harm, inasmuch as it has excited a groat deal of ill-feeling, pro vontod people from drawing togothor who would bo benefited by commuuiou with ouch other, and rendered the condition of society absurdly ntioinn lous. Nowadays, society docs not consist merely of three ohisses but of n scoro or two, the members of which heartily hoto and mistrust oneb other. Indood, it is not going too far to say that society is divided into an immenso number of contemptible cliques ; the result being that when a hundred people are drawn promiscuously toge. ther, the majority aro so impressed with tho sonso of thoir importaneo and exalted condition thnt tboy pr...

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CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

CUNGEGONG, COOTAMUNDRA. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]   The usual monthly pay on the railway line between Coramundra ami Bothungra   took place on Saturday. As a natural con- sequence of the continued wet weather during the last month it was smaller than the average, some of the men in the earth cuttings making only nine days. Those in the rock were more fortunate, being able to work nineteen days out of the twenty-four. Clark's gang have been shifted to a new cutting close to Bethungra, Lincoln Bill's are still at work at the stone half-a-mile this side of them. The strongest party in one gang appears to be at Alexander's (late Burke's) cutting— rock—at Stony Creek. Here there is a road diversion to avoid the expense of building a bridge. It will require   a wide culvert to carry the embankment across tho creek, the latter being broad and high. Following the line on the Bethungra side there is a hill of rock as rough and uneven as it is possib...

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ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 7 July 1875

ALBURY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. A most desirable change has taken place in the weather. Instead of dark, rainy, cold days, we have now bright days and frosty nights. Men of learning and science say that about the 21st of June is the winter solstice,     and in consequence of such, that a change may be expected in various ways connected   with heat and light. Others of less educated   pretensions say that " after a storm comes a calm," so after "long rain" we may expect 'long fair" ; however, I am not at present     attempting to display weather-wise opinions, but to give a few homely facts. The river Murray is rather expansive just now. In many places it is difficult to ascertain where the stream is situated. The adjoining low lands are inundated, but not to any consider-   able extent. On the Albury Flats the water is up to the cricket ground, and within twenty yards of Mr. Mate's premi...

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THE MURRUMBIDGEE. A TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (COMMUNICATED.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

THE MURRUMBIDGEE. TRIP ON THE VICTORIA. (communicated.) Just as wo were getting' under weigh, the Wagga Wagga and Hay mail coach drove up, men, homes, and vehicle wore literally plastered ; and if wo had boon boforohand bewailing our lot, wo bad certainly every causo to bo gratoful nftor sooing the passengors on the coach, who looked in anything but a lively mood. Leaving Cuba, sevon miles brought via to Darlington Point, a wooding station. About a rnilo and n balfbaok is an hotel kopt by Mr. Cumraings, but which was not visible. After remaining about an hour, wo again got undor woigh. Passing half a milo tho township Waddai, to all appoaranco a very small placo, here I noticod a punt for orossing tho river. Going on another milo, wo pulled up for tho night at a gum-tree. Sunday 27tb, wo mado a daylight start, tho first fine morning wo have had, but at tho saino tirno bittorly cold. A fast run of 15 milos brought us to a boautiful head station, named Benor. ombab. tho property of a ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

IMPOUNDINGS. Tbs-Milk CitEEK.—On 18th Juno, 3S7fi, from KUdrumy, by Mr. James Lawsons ; sum duo nt (Into of noticc, set after each animal: — Brown liorsu, small star, mealy muzzlo, like 22 near neck, like FC or G over like No. 01 near shoulder, lias Inula sore back, saddle-marked, oir hind foot white, long tail, aged, lf>l hands ; 12*. Oil. Also, on the 21st day of Juno, from Little Blilyhong, by "William Williams, Esq., J.P. :—YolIow-bay maro. star, light streak and snip, liko 55 put on twice near shoulder, liko Z or 11 off shoulder, brands or scars under near saddle, broken In- pulled tail. 5 years, 15J hands, 5>s. 3d.: bay lllly, large star, liko Jit conjoined at top over f> near shoulder, draught breed, unbroken, long tail, 3 years, lf>3 hands, 1)3. 3d. ; bay marc, star, near shoulder like Jl'Lovcr HO gray marks under saddle, a little white hind feet, broken-in, pulled tall, aged, 101 hands, 9s. 3d. To be sold 1.1th .7lily. Jimioso.— On the l!)th day of June, 3875, f...

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ENGLISH MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

ENGLISH MAILS. [For'the convenience of our readers we puollsli below the arrivals and departures during tlio current half year of the mails via Sail Francisco, Galle, and Torres Straits, to .Europe, India, China, and America. Jfc is known, we presume, that these mails close here two days beforo closing day in Sydney and Melbourne, and arrive two days after delivery at these places.—Ed. W. W. A.] VIA- SAN FRANCISCO. LEAVE 8VDNEY. Saturday, Jan.',.'10, 1875. Fob. 13 „ Mar. 13 „ . . Apr. 10 „ ,, • May : 8 „ „ Juno r» ,, „ July u ,, Monday. Mar. 8, 1875. April 5 „ „ . May 3 „ ' ., 31 „ . „ Juno .'28 „ ■ July 20 ' „ . Aup.- 23 l. LKAVJS LONDON. ) AKIllVB 8YDNKV., Tuesday, Doc. 15, 187*1. Jan. . 12, 1875. • Feb;. 1> „ .. ■ - Mnr. 0i „ • , ' . April tt „ : . „ - May 4- ,, Juno 1 - ,, 20 „ , July )27 „ Thursday, Jan. - 7. 1875. . ,|..1 Feb. ,v r . .<• Mar. 4 . Saturday, April .4 '., : • . May ; 1 r,„i . ' 2il . „ ,, Juno 20 .. ., July 24 „ •• •••„.• : Aug.- 21 Sep 18 „ MELBOUR...

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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TABLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

FOST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME T A B L E OFTIIK ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS. AimiVALH. • From Sun. Mon. Ttte. Wed Tim. Frl. Sut. Sydney.. .. 0 45 o 0 0 0 0 45 1> 45 0 0 Tarcuttrv .. 1) 4f> i> 45 0 4* .Tuncc .. .. '.t <i » f ft 0 J) (1 » < 0 0 DcnIHfitt/n .. ii an n m ?f ,'M 11 30 Urnna .. .. n n ;«i 11 3fl U SO flay .. .. a:« H 3f N<irandcra 8-at a m Albtiry.. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 7 ( 7 d 7 li 7 ( 7 r 7 <; 7 0 Cookandfna.. 7 < 7 n 7 (1 7 (1 •7 (l 7 (1 7 0 Clarondon a so f. 30 DKl'AJtTUKRi For Sun. Mon. Xue. Wed TJm. Frl. Hat. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Sydney.. .. 3 0 3 15 2 45 3 15 2 45 3 15 TarcutU 3 ,0 2 45 2 45 Juneo .. .. 3 15 3 15 3 15 Yass v. 3 15 3 15 n 15 IDoiilHqnfn .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 10 45 Urana .. .. 10 45 10 45 10 45 10 45 Hny .. .. 2 0 2 0 Narandcra' 1 2 0 2 0 Albury., a.m. a.m. (I 0 (1 0 0 0 0 0 <J 0 (J 0 Cooknnd/na.. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 <J 0 Clarendon 5 45 5 45

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LONG AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

LONU AGO, (liv G.). As passing o'er life's busy stage Ifew faces come and go ; Tlio mind will scan the backward page For scenes of long ago. Somo long-lost face pcrchatico you meet, And think you ought to know ; You pause, then hasto yourfriond to greet— "1 know you long ago." ,,01(1 scenes revive, old places seem Again beforo tho eyes, As oft in life some happy dream Of long ago will rise. But ah ! when grief the heart doth chill, ; ' Wo strive by every art, And oh, how vainly try to still ' ■ The mem'rics of the heart. vYes, thoughts of olden time must bring !:llememhrance ot its woe ; , And yot instinctively "wq cling To aceiics of long ago.

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

MESSRS. WILKINSON, IIANN, MINCIIIN, AND CO.'S REPORT. Fat Stock.—There is still a good demand for this description of stock, hut few arc offering. Wo have sold CUO fat wcthors for Messrs. E. and A. Westby, for local consumption. Stokk Cattlk.—Sales continue to be difll* cultly effcctcd, unless for really first-class lots. We liavo this week sold for Mr, John itand, of Oura, 100 head bullocks to Mr. B. ttudd, of llowlong. Stoub Siibkp.—Wo have to report a good demand, particularly for young sheep, either for delivery before or after shearing, and have sold for Mr. T. F. Gibson, of Buvrumbuttock, 0000 mixed sheep, to Mr. A. G. Jones. Wagga Wagga, 9th July.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

SPECIAL BTOlv. NOTICE OF REMOVE DR. LARGE can in futtiro bo Cons\ at the lato residence of DR. HOOP Tichborno Buildings, Gurwood-street. STOLEN or Strayed from Columbo station, near Uraim, between 700 and 800 MAIDEN EWES, branded with L over travelling T on back. Back uotch out of off ear, tip of near car, and front notch. A reward of £10 will bo paid for such informa tion as will lead to their recovery j or, if stolen, a rewardjof £50 will be given on con viction of tlio tluef, in addition to tho reward offered by tho Murrurabidgeo Horse, Cattle, and Sheep Stealing Prevention Association. JAMES RUDD. Urana, 5th July, 1875. tm.sb PRIVATE BOARD and RESIDENCE for. two or three respectable young men. Apply to MRS. CROWTHER,.Gur wood-street. □.a J . BOURKE, TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, (Next to tho Princo of Wales Hotol),. JTitzmaurioe Street, . : Wagga "Wagga. 2.10.25 MORT'S WOOL WAREHOUSES AND PRODUCE STORES, / CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, LIBERAL ADVANCES made on wool or other STATION PRODUCE for ...

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MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTIIEUVORD AND CO.) ItEI'OllT. Fat Cattlk.—The demand continues good, aud for prime cattle high priccs are ob tainable. X have a very superior lot of 300 bullocks being inspected, and have Bold 150 bullocks for the Messrs. Stenson, at market rates. Quotations—Bullocks, £7 10a. to £8 ; cows, £5 10s. to £7. Store Cattle.—It is BtiU difficult to effect sales, and even prime bullocks are easily disposed of, even at reduced rates. 1 havo several lots of really choice cattle ou hand for sale, and have sold 700 choice well-bred bullocks in vory forward condi tion, for Messrs. A. E. and E. V. Efrench of West Bland Plains, to Mr. D. Power, of Bushy l^irk, Gipps Land. Quotations— Bullocks, £4 to 10s. ; cows, £3 5s. to £3 15s. Fat Siikkp.—Very few offering, aud demand for local trade good. Stork Siihkp.—AII classcs of young sheep are very saleable at good prices. I have Bomo very fine lots for sale after shearing, Quotations—Wethers, 7s Od. to9s; ewes, 7s to I2s Od...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

TO SQUATTERS. ROBERTS, COPLAND <fc €0. Have for Salo Beat Dundee Woolpaoka Ward and Payne's Shears, No. 38 Turkoy Stono Seaming Twino . . Raddlo Lamp Blaclc Stockholm Tar Boiled Oil, /, - Fleeoo Twino : BullockOhnins . Horso Trace Chains . . i- ■ . Steelyards Avery's Weighing Machines Grindstones and Fittings Wheelbarrows.and Whcols American Pumps ■.:. Salter's Spring Balances m 1 ■ Copper Rivets and WasborB . ' Castrating and Foot-rot Knives i- Carriage Bolts and Nuta Oils, Paints, and Colors . , .. Mixed Paints '.v,.. v . - 'Hinges ■ Sorby's Axes Wire Strainers 1 ■ " Manl Kings A nti-Frlciion'Grease . AmorieanAxes—various makers ■ i Bar and Rod Iron : . , Soetfet and Firmor. Chisels ,. •Hand, Pit, and Cross-eat Saw Files Hand, Cross-out, and Pit Saws : Garden Implements Three-Bushel Bags. WINES AND SPIRITS AT THE HALL Of' COMMERCE. ROBERTS, COPLAND, & CO. - Hnvo Received A LARGE ASSORTMENT CHINA AND GLASSWARE Christie's Celebrated Wool packs Aro to bo had at tho...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 10 July 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOOIt MARKET. Fat Cattle—July 7.—11C8 forward for the .week's supply, and wero sold to-day, a fair proportion of which wero of prime and good quality, the best in being a lot of Mr. Ty son's, from Gipps Land. There was a ready demand, and prices quite equal to lost week's rates wero obtained, except near the close of sales, when the market bccarae slightly easier. Prime pens of bullocks realised from £12 10s to £16; good do, from £10 10s to $11 10a j second do, from .-CO to £10; in forior, from £8; best pens of cows sold at from £8 to £0 5s ; sccond do, from £G 10s to £7 10s; others, from £5 upwards. Messrs. llichard Gibson and Co. sold 01 bullocks for tho executors of the late A. M'Millau, Cal dermeade, at from £10 5a to £13 10s, aver; aging £11 15^; 40 cows and bullocks, for Mr. WV J. Clarlco, Bald-hill, the former at from £8 to £9 5a, averaging £S 14s, tho lat ter at from £10 to £11 17s Cd, averaging £11 3s; 42 bullocks for Messrs. Campbell Bros., Taralgon-park, n...

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