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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brien Bros, report: Tuesday, July 21. Pigs.-216 penned, of which 83 were stored. Tho demand for bacon pigs was quito equal to late markets, and priccs were, considering the quality of tho pigs penned, fuHy equal to late rate?. Stores were in fair demand. We sold 76 for Meaars. Jame3 Dalton SOh 6d, C. R. Tulloh {Appellby's dairy) 9"2s Gd, Thomas Kelly 83s 6d, Con Conway 8/9, Viekers Bros. 72s 6d, Daniel Gorman 74s, Joliu O'Grady 80s Gd, Con Conway 59s J. Pye G9s and AO*, fl\ Con sidine 55a, \V. Bonnett G2s 6d, Goodcn Bros. 92s. and stores for Me^rs Williams 21 a 9d and 19s, and U. V. Kandall 183 Gd. Quotations-Primo bacon pig? 80* to 933 Gd, good do 783 to 84s, light weights 70a to 75s, beat forward stores 40a to 48s, well grown sorts 27s Gd to 3(is, slips 15s to 22a Gd. Sheep.-250 penued, for which competi tion was very auimuted, and prices wero slightly in advance of late good values. Wc sold 97 primo comeback wethers 17s 3d to L7a 9d, and William Stucey crossbred 2 ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

Mr. Ii. L. Hobday has pleasure in an nouncing that he has taken ever the prac tice formerly conducted by Mr. F. W. Nunn. Mr. Lurati will continue to reside in Koroit, and may be consulted every day at the surgery during the usual hours Mr. Hobday will visit Koroit weekly cn the usual days.-ADVT. I^IOOTBALLS, all sizes ond prices, afc | Mutters' Stationery Depot, George Smith's Special Seeds. Giant flstBrs, stocks, Pansies, and all Flower and Vegetable seeds. MY Hardy Cold Climate FRUIT TREKS, Rose Hunts, Shrubs, Etc,, Grow Vigorously when Transplanted to Milder Districts. Smith's Seeds and Plants are Sold on Honor. Try Them. Cash Oidcra Delivered, PKISIGHT VAID, to any Railway Station. CATALOGUES FKISl!) on upjiHuatiou, GEO. SMITH, SEED AND PLANT MERCHANT, BAX.LAK.AT. Established 18G1. SPECIAL. A snap*of cold weather reminds one that EXTRA BLANKETS are required. You cannot purchase Blankets at as low a price as CHAS. BARR is offering now. A large stock to choose from at all prices, ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] RUS IN EXCELSIS. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

I . I Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] RUS IN EXOELSIS. To Tim EDITOR. Sift,-To the jaded city man there is nothing so soothing ns a quiet day in the country in tine weather, and though some what in a hurry I was not altogether dis pleased when I found I could not leave Koroit on Sunday last. I must congratu late the residents and (he municipal authori ties on the quiet, far from the madding crowd, feeling there is about (he place on a Sunday. This feeling of bring really in the country was even more pronounced in (he evening. I had decided to attend church, and on the way went to post a letter. When near the Post Office my foot slipped, and I murmured " Orange peel even hccc," but on lighting a match to see to kick the peel out of the way, I found it was some thing quite different. All along the foot path I slipped at intervals, and oncu or twice nearly tripped over cows. On ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

Football. This afternoon the players nnd sup porters of the ICoroib club will travel to Warrnambool by special train to meet the "Warrnainbool team, and n well contested match is pxpected. The train will depart from Koroit station j nt 2.15 p.m. and leave on return at G.15 p.m. There was a full attendance of dele gates at a meeting of tho association, held at the Victoria hotel, Koroit!, on Thursday evening, the special business being applications for permits by the Warrnambool club. Correspondence was received from tho Nortbcoto foot ball club asking for a match at Warr nambool on August S or 10. It was decided to infurm the Northcoto club, and all clubs making similar applica tions, that the association has no vacancies for such mutches this season. The Koroit club wroto expressing the opinion that players charged with auy offence should be notified nnd given a hearing wheu tho casea were being dealb with by the tribunal. Tho presi dent and other delegates agreed that notice shoul...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. PORT FAIRY. At tlio recent municipal elcotion the gas muuagor publicly canvassed for his favorito candidate. Tlio mutter was considered at Wednesday's meeting of tlio council, Tlio mayor (Or. AIcBeth), proposed llitt it bo an instruction from this council thab no ofticcr or employee in futuro tuko nn aclivn part tn muni cipnl election. Tlio motion was se conded by Cr. McLollan and carried, Ccs L)igby and Storey voting against. The Port Fniry branch of tho A.W. N.L. hns a credit balance of £20. At tho previous annual meeting this branch had a balance of 21a. Tho Portland Agricultural Society hns discontinued lecturcs by Govern ment experts owing to the lack of intorcat on tho part of those whom tho lectures wore intended to benefit. Tho Rev. J. Barningham had so far recovered on Wednesday from his ill ness as to bo nblo to take a drive out on that day. Four men, employed by Mr. Tro ganowan, inspector of vermin, are uow (ngaged poisoning rabbits on the Squattlcscnmcra a...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Improving the Herd. POTENTIALITIES OF TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

Improving the Herd. POTENTIALITIES "OF TESTING. (Uy W. J. Byrne.) The profits from cow-keeping depend upon three main factors-viz., cost of production, the yieltl of milk or butler fat, and the price at which the milk or butter-fat is sold. The first of these three factors works against the other two, am! over all three the cow-owner has a larger 01 smaller degree of control. The cost of keeping a cow, when all the outlays and incomes are considered, varies under different circumstances, but it is gener ally recognised that i( costs at least £7 ios to feed and milk the average cow, or, in other words, a cow is required to produce 1501b. of butter fat before she returns any profit to her owner. On a butter fat basis, therefore, a cow which produces 1511 k>. of butter fat earns Is profit. A cow which produces 1521b. is not consi dered much better than the first cow, but it is apparent that she is 100 per ccnt. better on a profit-earning basis. What dairy farmers have to consider is...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

General Summary. George Henry Wilson, tonm.sler > t West t'ollio Timljor Mills, W.A., bei IK mml>!o to pay for his team of hor.ses, liilW two of them with nn axo, an I then committed suicide by taking n iloso of ntrychnino. Whilo working about tlio machinery nt tlio Standard Rubber Company's factory at Richmond. Iloy Ostborg, 21, had bis loft hand crushed between cof! uheclu. Tlireo of tlio fingora bad to bo amputated nt Homoeopathic Hos pit'". A laborer named Walter Swain, ot Nyah, who had been suffering from toothache, mod a neodlo to prick the tooth. Tho necdJo broko in tho tooth, howover, and Swain swallowed H Ho was tnkeii to Swan Hill Hos pital. Tho popularity of the rccontly in troduced system by which agricultural parcels mav bo sent by post is undim inished. During tho week ended 11th July a total of 85'J parcels was received nt tho metropolitan railway stations for delivery in tho city and suburbs, and last week tho number was 3<31. Notwithstanding a resol...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Firemen at Public Halls. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

Firemen at Public Halls. During ilia reconb viaib to Port Fniry, Captain Marshall, of tlio Coun try Firo lirigades' Hoard, was, wo understand, interviewed regarding at tendances of firemen nti local halls on tlio occasion of any form of. entertain ment or mooting lading plnco thoro Tlio Incut mechanic*' institute commit tee) have also been in tlm lnibib, for n fow yours piist, of collecting 2s from overy por.ion who leased tho hall for the presoisco of two firemen, the amount being nftai wards handed over to tlio fire brigade. As there is no law, regulation or authority for either proceeding, it was doiermined that the position 1m ascertained and mode known. It is quite clear lliut tliorc is no necessity for firemen to attend socials, balls, meetings, or any form of entertainment, held in the lecluro hall. Perhups on occasions of pictui'ci shows, wlion thero was a possibility of danger from lire, tlio hull comrnitlce might, in tlio interosts of life mid property, ask two firemen to ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

Stock Markets. KOROir. O'Brien Bros, report Thursday, July 23. Fair ynrdings of all classes forward, and a good olearanco at rates which comparo favorably with Into quotations. ^ Pigs,-I0G panned.-Although competi tion was not quite as good as hvwl week, and prices a shado easier, vendors accepted ruling rates, and fill pens worn sold lor Messrs Michael Kelly 28s, Petor O'Donohuc 27s, P. O'Grady 19s (id, B.iird and Good 12a Gd and £5 5s, Patrick UufTy GOh and 20s Gd, Thos. O'Brien 41s, Mrs Mills 2Gs Gd, James Growo 40s, Mtr Osborne Gs Od, George Oliver 16s 6d, Tim. M'Cluskey 72r Gd, J. Ryan 2Gs 6d and 37s, F. McGinma 17a and Us 3d, John Savin 293 aud 35s, Patrick Broderick 40s Gd. Wo quote best forwurd stored 37a to 4b, well grown sorts 293 to 35s, slips 19c Gd to 2Gs Gd, smaller s<*>rts G3 9 I to 14a 3d, sows in young £3 to £5 5a. Sheep.-173 penned, for which there was a good demand, and we sold prime lambs IGs for Messrs Goodcn Bros, prime crossbred and comeback ewes...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEACHERS AND EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

TEACHERS AND EDUCATION. The teachers in elementary schools should no longer form ii class apart, specially trained and certificated for . one object. The self-proteetiner spir it is. apt to form a hedge through which generous and daring ideas hardly, find a way. and there is little doubt that the National Union of Teachers, which is practically con fined to elementary teachers, is large-, ly inspired by this self-protecting ' spirit. If such special treatment were abandoned, and all properly qualified leathers regarded as equal ly available for any school, the pro fession would take its fitting rank,' and be sufficient]" wide to respond to (lie spirit of the time. The'present division between elementary and se condary teachers and the, compara tive isolation of the Universities greatlv limit the power of education, and the children in the elementary schools are the greatest sufferers; The surrender by.-Oxford, and Cam bridge of their position as leaders in national education is. I b...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Produce Market. Koroit, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

Local Produce Market. ICoroit, Friday. Potatoes. - The market continues dull, snowilakes being quoted at £2 10s, and pinkeyes £2 per ton. Onions.-In the earlier parb ot the week onions wero worth £6. At that tiijure a good uiany changed bauds, probably 200 tons bring disposed of during the past fortnight, and quite a uumber of growers have now got rid of the whole of their stocks. The price is now £5 IDs per ton. Oats have firmed considerably during tho past) few week?, n rise of 7d per bushel having taken place, since the beginning of June. . Merchants are receiving good enquiries from the northern parts of the state, and a satis factory business is being done. A 100-bag order is now being despatched 13arley.-A lino of -100 bags of n good sample of duckbill changed hands ou Thursday, the price paid being 2s .td per bushel, For the coming season in this district the area under grain-barley in parti cular-will bo considerably less than hrs bean the case for several seasons past. A so...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

WARRNAMBOOL. The sub corumittea of tbo towu council appointed to report upon the electrical supply question lias, on tho advico of ibe councils electrical expert, efused an olfrr of tho Woollon Mill Company to supply current for the town at 2jil per unit) for a raimnnum of 200,000 units per annum. The export considered the chnr.,0 by tho company should not be more than ljd. per unit, which would yield tho wool len mill 10 per cent, gross profit. As tho commilteo has recommended the town council to put in generators at tlio pumping station, and utilise tint boilers thern for generating electricity, as well as fur pumping the town water supply. A plant for installing 95,000 units per annum could bo supplied for £1200, and ns no labor in addition to that now employed at) tba pumping station would be required, electricity for liouso consumption could bo sold at id per unit. Tho total cost of tbn installation, with mains, would be £3,600. This scheme is rpgarded as a good ono for a start...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD FARM TOOLS ARE PROFITABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

<JOOD FARM TOOLS ABE PROFITABLE. . It is unnecessary to mention tho value of machinery for tho development- o! I agriculture, for wt> <\vo past- tho stage j when improved farm machines wore i looked upon as doubtful investments. I It is n known fact that the improved 1 machine will giva hotter results in pro« ducts and in most cases show a profit | upon tjio money invested in tho ivm rhino. Tho typo, of farming carried on and tho size of the farm determines ; tho amount ono can invest in improved tools. Thero aro too many farmers who nre afraid to invest in improved tools; Oftentimes a better plough would have naid. Frii* itself in ono season, when la bor was scarco nod tho number of sea sonable days for ploughing fow\ Do not ho afraid to huy something, cod mako it pay for ifo-clf, instead of ttr ing to tnako onough.to purohaso »t by half-way methods of farming, A day lost hy breaking an old machino moan? pounds lost in the bnsy season of the year. The numbo...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

Racing Notes. "Its to bo regretted that tho romnin, dor of tho "winter campaign" Jo not BOO those public favorites, Vang,,"'J and Leal, Ivloshna m action. n 't sulforod sulhciont injury whilo tnkin. part m t).f- Grand National .StconM oliaso to hoop thorn out of tl,0 Lu for somo titno to como, , Jumpers it this class are always missed whoa the, llroji out of tho running, especially £ this lin.o of tho year, but thoro is "» reason to think that th(5ir absonco WiU take a l tho interest out of crORvcoun. try sport, m tho noxt fow week, JJioro is always now talont to tako ihi place Of tho old, and, fortunately i(,« proient season scorns to bo well ,," to the avorago 111 this rmpect. In supporting Flush Jack's Candida, ture for tho Australian Stooplechaso olio is oncouraced by tho rccollootion that tho golding has boforo to-da* show,, a liking for tho "country," ovo> which tho l''our Milos ovent in run Last year, at C'atilllold, Flash Jaok so! cured a plueo in a two milos stoeplo chns...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

JKoroit Weekly Sale. (THURSDAY, JULY 30. O' 1ARIKN BK0S'wil So11 byVQbUo JO Auction on abovo date, when thoywill offer CATTLE. 4 Primo Cowa, from Killarnoy 8 Choico Dairy Cows, from \V*M. Threl« f»ll 7 Choico Dairy Cows, from I\ Madden 6 Hcifora (calved) thoroughly broken in 15 Good Store Cows SHEEP 40 Primo Crosobrod Hoggcta PIGd. HORSES. SUNDRIES; Spoolal Bityor for strong, woll-grown STORES in attondanoo Warrnambool Corporation Yards. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2D. 05 DRIEN BROS will Soil by Public jD Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on the above data tho following CATTLE: 6 Forwatd Conditioned Cows 12 Choico Springing Cows and Heifers 8 Hoifors, 2-y cars-old SHEEP. 50 Priino Comeback Wcthcra HOKSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, JULY 2S. FAT & STORE PIGS. TO LET. OA A ACRES oi Good Acricultural Land, Ox/VJ 5 miles from Portland ; 50 Acres ready for cultivation, balance easily cleared. All improvements erected. Long Leaso ; very low rental. Apply O'BRIEN BROS., Koroit. rOK PKIVATE SAIiE. OLD-...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

FURNITURE IJl furniture for the Cottage or the Mansion, %* . . '/j.. Only first-class workmen em ployed at our Factory. One trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. E. B. PHILLIPS, LlffiIG STREET WABfiMMBOOL NEWEST NEWS OF THE NEWEST SUITS. Here wc are, with absolutely the finest thing over offered in tlio way of Smart Win tor Suitings, so if/you're wanting 'as good a suit as can bo, keep your eyes on us. HOW ABOUT YOUR NEW WINTER SUIT?; You'll lintl it to your advantage to- liavo vour now Winter Suit by then, and you'll be spio and span for tho holidays.- " Call and see our lovely Patterns, and havo your suit in time. ?E,^&ua:r.O:E&, KOKOIT. 3EB^a-,a?p2a":> TIMBER. MEROH4NT, 11 Kill STRlilST, 1NVITKS lNil'lCCTlON 01' HIS STOCK OV Hardwood, Hurdles,. Cement, Droppers,1 .Gates, Troughs, Pickets, . : IgPalings, Red Gum, Softwood, Iron, Etc. Call and Inspect, Lie Tore Purchasing Elsewhere. Sole Agent for lCoroit and District for . ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE Koroit Selltine AND Cover hill Advocate PUBLISHED RVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING JULY 25. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

THK fjyotoit JfuiiucJ AND ^onrcv guU DuUwatc. PUBLISHED RVERY SATUBSAY SATURDAY MORNING JULY 25. Current Topics. Instructed by the Trustees, Executors and Agency Co., Attorney for the ad ministratrix in the estate of the late J. E. Crowe, Mr. M. K. Devereux, auctioneer, Port Fairy, will sell by public auction, on the premises, on Tuesday, August II, the Woolsthorpe hotel property, together with over an acre of land. Also, vehicles, horses, harness, etc. The clanging of the firebefi is always sufficient to draw a crowd, and on Thurs day evening it rang out as the people were leaving the euchre tournament for their homes, consequently a large number gathered. Volumes of smoke rising above Mr. J. A. Nayler's business premises indi cated the locality of the outbreak, and closer investigation showed that Mr. Williams' bakehouse was on fire. The occupants were asleep in the front portion of the premises, and the prompt actions of Messrs. Joseph Sharkey and W. T. Brennan were responsible f...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 25 July 1914

THANKS. J WISH lo convey to Mcssrsi vV. T, Brennau aud Jos. Sharkey, and to the Members of tho Koroit Firo Brigade, my Sincere Thanks for their prompt action io putting out the fire which occurrcd on my premises on Thursday ni^ht last.. F. S. WILLIAMS. Koroit, July 24, 1014. DEATH. NAUGHTON.-On the 22nd July, at Crosalcy, Mary, relict of the late Pat rick N&ughton. Ai*ed 88 years. R.I.P. T. RUNDELL & SON. Undertakers.

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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The Federal Election. SENATOR BARNES AT KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 August 1914

The Federal Election. I SENATOR BARNES AT KOROIT. | Last Saturday evening there was a large attendance at Ihc Mechanics' Hall to hear Senator Barnes, one of the six selected Labor candidates, speak upon Federal politics. The Mayor (Cr. M. Bourke) pre sided. The speaker was attentively listened to during a lengthy and vigorous address, and was frequently applauded. He said the party had as one of the planks in its platform preference to union ists, and the great white policy for Aus tralia had forced men into the labor unions. In 1890 they were faced with the great strike, after they had fought for a longtime for justice, and they frightened the plutocrats, who feared a revolution. Instead of remedying things, employers gave the men good advice, saying, " Why not elect your own men, and send them to Parliament to make the laws ?" The Labor party set out to do the job, and sent men in with a definite fighting plat form, which included compulsory arbitra tion. With strikes, the Labor p...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 1 August 1914

WARRNAMBOOL. O'Brieo Bros, report: Tuesday, July 28. Pigs-228 penned, of which 83 were stores. Competition was keeo, aud prices wore slightly in advance of laab week's good vulues. Stores also sold roadily at full rates. We sold 97 for Messrs James Irving at 91s, F. S. Williams 83b, Patrick Laue £5 16s, Heory Gooden 80s, Mrs J. Ryan 82s aud 55s, Ritchie Bros 84s 6d, A. Kuhl 77s, Mrs Patieson 75s Gd aud 58i, C. R, Tulloh 89s 6d and 75s Matthew Gleoson 95a 6d {top price of the market), Kiely Bros 91s Gd, Vickers Bros 58s 6d, W. Breen 84a aud 95s, aud stores for Messrs H.J. Crothers 27s, Kiely Bros53s, Jolm Wines 29s, D. M'Lean 35s. Martin Bushell 55s, Joseph M'Aloou 26b Gd and 20s, and quote best pigs 87s 6d to 95s 6d, good do 80s to 80s, light weights 70s to 78s, best stores 38s to 53s, well grown sorts 30s to 35s, slips 18s to 25*, and backfatters to £5 IGs. Wednesday. Sheep-500 penned, for which thero was a brisk demand, aud prices were about equal to late rates. Ptime wethers tnad...

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