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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS The following are the acceptances for the race meeting of the Western Aus tralian Turf Club to be conducted on Saturday next: — SPEARWOOD HANDICAP (For maiden two-year-olds) Five furlongs Satirist ? 8 9 Melter's Gl. - 8 3 D. Stream - 8 8 Camleur - - 8 3 San Balkan - 8 7 D. Rosalind - 8 0 Worthinour - 8 7 Miss Celebes 7 13 Capel Prince 8 5 Azothic ? 7 13 G. Intervener 8 5 Kearney - - - 7 11 Miss Pamela 8 4 Bo Leap - - 7 10 Joan's Star - 8 4 Gold Moth - 7 9 Aesthete - - 8 3 Gay Pierette 7 8 The West'ner 8 3 New Fiddle - 7 7 Jesting -.- 8 3 ENCOURAGE HANDICAP ! (Trial conditions for three and four- ! year-olds) j Seven furlongs Balkona ? 9 5 Royal Don - - 7 9 Society Sue - 9 5 Epinard ? 7 9 Garden Fete 8 12 Mark Royal 7 7 Bosisto ? 8 1 Gold Hare - 7 5 Shiny Eyes - 8 0 Aermarc - - 7 2 Sandringbam 8 0 Ross Road - 7 2 Gothic's Last 8 0 Fl. of Dawn 7 0 Courante - - 7 13 Swift's Ch. - 7 0 Beauinadis - - 7 10 Balgore - - - 7 0 ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Treasure Hunting Revival of Interest SOME FAMOUS SEARCHES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Treasure Hunting Revival of Interest SOME FAMOUS SEARCHES Off the Florida coast divers have just cut* through the first thick coral crust of the Spanish galleon, Santa Rosa (writes David Chancellor in 'Tit- Bits'). Sunk in 1520, she carried with her to the bottom Aztec gold believed tu be worth £ 7,500,000. In the Pacific the fabulous treasure , of the Cocos Island is once again the Ncoveted prize. Ex-Sergeant Lembers, an American has packed a pick and shovel in his kit and gone off to Hawk Island, Nova Scotia, convinced that he knows where Captain Kid buried the spoils of piratage on the Spanish Main. In snort* the hunt is up for treasure. After every war there are adven turous spirits who find the office uesk an impossible taskmaster. Rich or iioor, they willingly give up security to look again on 'the bright face of dan ger.' Perhaps there will be untold wealth at the end of the road, or uiaj-be just disappointment and a return home to a sadly depleted bank balance. Whatever the ...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

PERSONAL ? ♦ ? The Major (Dr. J. McAleer), who made a visit to Perth during last week- j end, returned to the town by air on Monday last. ***** Mrs. I£. E. George, of the Strand Cafe, left Geraldton by air to-day to ppend a fortnight's holiday with her parents in Melbourne. 4 * * * * Mr. E. C. Bensley, who recently took over the management of the Big Store at Geraldton, returned during last week-end from a brief business visit to the city. i ***** Police-Inspector W. II. Archibald, who has been appointed to succeed IVHee-InspeeCor A. M. O'Connor as omVer-in-charge of the -Northern lolico -District, arrived in Geraldton early this week and commenced duty yester day. ! ****:* | Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Leishman, of i Shenton Street, left Goraldton yester day morning on the- first stage of an extended holiday visit to the Eastern States and New Zealand, having been hooked to sail from Freiuantle by the m.v. Riouw wiiliiu the next few days. ***** Mrs. A. E. Grant, of Yanget, is at | present s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Northampton Market | — r- AXD ? j Genuine Clearing Sale Thursday, February 26th, 1948 j Market at Xorihainpton at 2 p.m. j sharp: immediately afterwards Clear- I ing Sale -;n the property of 'Yuan- I berri,' three miles north of Xurthainp- | ion and one mile west -tf the main | road. j J^LDER, SMITH & CO. LIMITED have received instructions from various owners to offer at the Market and from' G. Clifton & Sons, who have dissolved partnership, to offer at the proj-erty by auction as above : — Market at Saleyards, Nor thampton at 2 p.m. shaii) 0~i.~i Sheep comprising: — .'i0 Fat Merino. Withers: SO Fat Merino Kwos : 125 Merino Wethers. 11 uu .-mils' wool:! ISO Merino Wether Weaners; ,10 Ror der Leicester Cross Wether Weaners: »OO Merino Weaners, mixed sexes. Rungaree I J load Merino Kwvs joined to Rungaree Rlood Merino Rams: — 104, li years, outstanding line; 30. 2, 3 and 4 years : 150, 4 ami -» years, September shorn : Sfi. 0 years and cast-for-ajre. Horses: — Team of ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Greencugh Anglican Parish — The fol lowing services will be conducted in the Greenough Anglican Parish on Sunday next : — 8 a.m., Holy Communion at Wk-Iieriua ; 11 a.m., Holy Communion at Iiringo ; 3 p.m., Evensong at the residence of Mr. F. Green at Moon yoimooka ; S p.m.. Evensong at Green ough. Iiev. K. W. Laurie will conduct all services. Northampton Farmers' Union. — There was a reasonably good attendance at the last meeting of the Northampton Branch of the Farmers' Union, thosv present discussing very fully the agenda for the annual conference in order that delegates could be instructed in regard to the more important matters included therein. Although the membership is strong at the present time, the opinion was expressed that an effort should b-* made to eim.l all district fanners, and it was therefore decided to make a concerted drive with that objective in view. Secondhand Electric Meters. — Maxj- ] mum prices for secondhand electric , motors were recentl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

For Safety's Sake MOTOR OIL ' An engine free or gummy, vital- /^Sp ^^^^-r' \ 'XVy^Nr1 ity-sapping sludge and hard, ? /^^^^^ ^=c=^^^^^^---^^^^^==?rW^5^: abrasive carbon is a safe engine _- — — — ~~i^~'' '~ ~lf^\%^ —safe for thousands of trouble- '^- ? ?? '* ? ''iL''J — L~I~*1 ' ***'**- — free miles. Shell Motor Cil eliminates sludge and reduces carbon to a minimum. It j ~ : r : ? ? makes starting easier and run- ^^— -— ? ? '? ' ? ? ning sweeter. Save your en- //\~—~-^ ^v*t gine this summer with Shell t If /=^^\,^^^^^h. {$&&h u ^^ For Safety's Sake— Join the SHELL SHARE-THE-ROAD LEAGUE The League's aim is to prevent accidents and save lives. The flag badgef on the rear window of your cor shows that you are a member — and a courteous and competent driver. Join NOW — for safety's sake. To achieve the League's objective of safe motoring, make sure your vehicle is road worthy and safe by having your local garage or service station check your brakes, steering, tyres lightin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

There should be a VALET in your Razor Kit! you 'new blade' speed and ? i^^B^k_LI^^^^^ comfort with every shave. ^^B^QiB^^^B ? Simple in construction. Easy ^Bl^i 1 ^B to dean, nothing to unscrew, ^K 1 k 1 V nothing to take apart. ^^^m ? ^^^ m # Easy-opening clips. Blade . ^^^^^^^^^^^p changing takes but a second. ^^^^gB^^r STBOPS ITSELF ^^^m ^ THIS SET CONTAINS ^^-^^IIOBHIHG GIVES, VALET RAZOR, STROP 4AL S^Cs^^M A PERFECT SHAVE AMD 3 BLADES . . . I U O ?^ &V^ J/ ' ' ' ? r i i n' VC/I27R '?^nwvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvuvuMiVvvvvvvuvu%nwvuvwvi^AV^ Market Gardeners \ THERE HAS BEEN A REDUCTION IN THE PRICE \ OF SEEDS ; ji NEW PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS: j: GREENFEAST PEAS ?; ? 1/1 per lb.; 65/- per bushel \ jj TWEED WONDER BEANS i; 1/7 per lb.; 98/- per bushel j: ' GOLDEN HARVEST BEANS 3/11 per lb.; £11 15 -per bushel j! OswelPs Stores || ;I FOB SATISFACTORY AND FRIENDLY SERVICE ;! i| P.O. Box 57 ? GLRALDTQN- ? Telephone 31 I NARNGULU MARKET Fishing Ketch 'Eckero' Wednesday, February 18, 1948...

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The Geraldton Guardian THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1948 TECHNICAL EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

(flic THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 194S TECHNICAL EDUCATION Enrolments are at present being ac cepted for the evening technical classes ! which will commence at the Geraidton j High School on Monday next and an ; announcement made on behalf of the j Education Department indicates that students will be accented fur ?? «-s,i« variety of subjects. It has been further explained that should there be a reasonable demand for other subjects classes will be formed for these. Gc-raldton may pride itself on the presence of such a modern and up-to-date educational I building as the high- school and it will be a matter for regret if those many .vounff people in need of technical education fail to avail themselves ro the full of the service now being held out to them. Figures quoted last year in respect to the attendance at these classes, which were then held at the State Primary School, disclosed :i rather sorry state of affairs. It would s«m that despite all the department was prepared to offer in th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

J Births, Marriages and Deaths EN MEMOREAM ALLEN — In loving memory of our '. dear mother, who passed away on ' February 10th, 1947. * \ — Inserted by her son-in-law (Arthur) | ! and grandchildren (Shirley, John and ' Peter). * j COOPER (E. M.)~ lu loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who j passed away on February 12th, 1946. . Always Remembered — Inserted by her loving husband and family. COOPER— Loving thoughts of my dear sister (Ena May), who passed away on February 12th, 1946. ? ' Always Remembered * I — Inserted by her fond sister (Beat- j rice). ! l ? j | MITCHELL— In memory of our darl- ' ing Mary, who passed away at Ger- J aldton ou February 13th, 1947. J The evening star shines on a grave, Of oue we loved, but could not sav«; There's a face we will always remem ber, i There's a face we will love to recall ; ! There's a memory we will cherish for- f ever, j Of our dear Mary, so loved by us all. ] — Inserted by her fond mother, brothers ' and sister Thell. { PARK (Georg...

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Ventriloquist's Doll Most Human Duck on Earth LANGUAGE OF HIS OWN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Ventriloquist's DoD Most Human Duck on Earth LANGUAGE OF HIS OWN Dudule is the friendliest, noisiest and most ' loquacious duck outside the films of Walt Disney (writes C.S. in 'Tit- Bits'). He lives not, as you might suppose, in a duckpond or a farmyard, but in a dressing room in the Prince of Wales Theatre, London, which he shares with a relatively unimportant human Robert Lamouret who plays a minor role in his a*t. M. Lamouret speaks very little Eng lish, but fluent French. Dudule dis courses at great length and also sings, in a language that is neither English nor French, hut is vastly expressive while being not in the least comprehen sible. Dudule was born in Greece in 193G, when his partner, M. Lamouret, was visiting that country to studjr art (he is quite a considerable painter in the modern French school, and designs all Dudule's costumes and decor). There was not a great deal of money iu art, so M. Lamouret took a job as a singer iu a cabaret. Then one day he had an inspira...

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Palestine Partition Plan to be Carried Out INTERNATIONAL FORCE Lake Success, February 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Palestine Partition Plan to be Carried Out INTERNATIONAL FORCE Lake Success, February 11. \ The United Xations Secretary (Jeuer-al (Mr. Tryjfve Lie.) said to-day tiiat he was determined to do every thing possible to carry out the parti tion ot Palestine in the face of grow ing Arab resistance. He told a press conference that he had made this clear to Britain in a recent private confer ence with the Minister of State (Mr. McNeil). An advance mission of four United Rations officials and two secretaries would go to Palestine soon to begin negotiations with the British Govern ment there --n partition plans. Mr. Lie said that he did not know what policy the United States intended to follow when the Security Council took up the question of sending an international force to Palestine to maintain order during the partition. 'I do not know what any Governments will do,' he said.

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Air-Marshal Bennett Falling Out With Directors POLITICAL AMBITIONS London, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Air-Marshal Bennett Falling Out With Directors POLITICAL AMBITIONS ? « London, February 12. Queensland-born Air Vice-Marshal D. C. T. Ilennett, dismissed this week from the position if chief executive ollicer of Kritish-Soiith American Airways, is to contest the North Croydon byelec tion as a Liberal candidate. 'The people lind themselves in an unbelievable state of servitude, restric tions and spiritual poverty,'- he said. 'Recent events make it possible for me to turn to the attack. I will light to Hie utmost against Socialist strangula tion.' According to the chairman of British South American Airways the statement by Air-Marshal Bennett, which led to his dismissal, was not an isolated instance. It was the culmination of a. series of differences between AirMar shal Bennett and the Board. Stating this in the House of Lords the Minister for Civil Aviation CLord Nathan) said that Air-Marshal Bennett had refused the directors invitation to resign and the Board 'was obliged to dismiss...

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Nabavva Club's Visit GERALDTON ENGAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Nabavva Club's Visit j GERALDTON ENGAGEMENT A *«.»:jm from the N;;b;sv.'a Tciiii;.-- [ Ch;b will travel i.i I \--\ rti-l'. = ^» : ?; :'-\-}-.- ' ?'ay iH-xi to contest a iuaich willi th«* - aib« lie Clul-. l'J;jy will i-oniincii.-c si'. !I a.m. and the Ii-'iii'.' i *?:( iii will ;:?' .srli--t-'(5 Croiii -hc fo1iitw4j[Jg : — I1' -:-i:li. U. Nairn. E. Gib-s. It. Clrirl---. .i. y.'.V u-ard, li. Tindal, A. Ma her, T. Aii(3i-t-v.-. K. Ia.-s and V.r ?.nrDva. -h^:i.'i:;i.-.- y.l--- 'arnu'V. .MiUwar'!. I':i-^ ain! ??-':; irn -T!ul; MlF-SiS.IJ.: il.'iiicr. 'i. ?? i : - T- -. . ? I' . .!. ir.-Dru. M^jn.-k. i-;. .fi-j-H til.-; .v;. r-.-^\,. i

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DRAW FOR WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

DRAW FOR WEEK-END The annual tournament of the- Ger- j aldtou Tennis Clu'i will be continued next week-end and the draw for the occasion has beeu^ made as follows : — Saturday I 2 p.m. — D. Itowe versus It. Haydock, .7. Staddon versus? -). Fong, A. Fong versus P. Grev, L. Hall versus K. j «???*?, j 3 p.m. — Mrs. Edmonds versus Miss J. ( oiirling, Mrs. Johnson versus Miss J. Fong, Mrs. Keudrick versus Mrs. Jeu kia. * | 4 p.m. — D. Hanks and J. Gale versus ' A. Plant and J. Statidon, W. Mathieson J and 1{. Brown versus W. Smith and P. i Howieson, Misses E. Cooper and Her- j !-ert (minus 0) versus Mesdames Grey i ;nid Grhrsby (miuus 0*. j I 0 p.m.— G. Lake (uiiiir.s -s- versus W. Kendrick (minus 4), A. Fong and D. Howe versus 1'. Cooper and W. Swoot ser, J. Barclay uiid Miss Hooper (minus St versus L. HaU and Miss Ciausou (minus St. Sunday ! 9 a.m. — K. Towushen'd versus Winner of A. Fong and P. -Wy. Mesdames Ilurmester ami Edmonds' versus Mi^so* E. Co; .per and Herbert'. --. ForAr and...

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A Unique Newspaper Historical Publication "DESERT ECHO" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

A Unique Newspaper Historical Publication 'DESERT ECHO' Unique among Australian news-! papers, tile !e\v reiiiaining copies oi llu» i 'I Visert Echo.' tlic nev, s;(;; per of the.) woriifiv v.-ho liiiilt il'.e trans-Aus;raliaii I railway, oIkt quaiiti o.miiicin.s ynd j newsy i:aragra])!is on current t'veiU.s | rangiug from incifleiits in tlie Great j War to ;;u incident ii; which ilio ganger! i-:-;-L a big toe. I .Several copies oi these historical , recoi'ds of life on one of ihe Fi;dei-al i'overii:;ieMt's !-igge-;t u'.\(lerlakiiigs aro ' held by Mrs. .1'. t:ro«-k-*r, of Ardagb Avenue, Kaigooriie, who was given ' iliciu liy the Uitc y.'.'. Tiionias Iioni, J iujcjier ??-! :i saloon ;u Ilir niaiu cai.'ip. ' The ^ize (»!' the pajicr was s inche-s ? :v -i inches, ;:it-l it was ijii!.lis!;--2 every .?:;i!;in:ay in tiie price of «id. Ii was wriuen by liaini i»y tiie- ediio;-. who dis- : p'ayed no isiean abiliiy in peiuii.-tnsljip. ': The vriiien -ojpy v*as passeil tlirougb ; ;i dciiiicato...

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Gifts to Mankind THE HORSE IS GREATEST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Gifts to Mankind I THE HORSE IS GREATEST j A specialist in thcroiiulil-.m's. I-i-= ;- : '? fessor Ila}- ^rcrnnor. dfeiaves ihat tin* : i animal kingdom's grvates; p:li in man- : | kim! is ti»i 1i».ts:-. s.-i.v- liic ?'Irish , j Field.' H.- ai^tifs:— Wi'h.-ut the ! bor.'H' : A man could mi!;- ?..-?=? 1'is shin ?in a laundrv . . . 'i'lu-r** \\o',j|:i' \.u- w Ii..rs.- l:ur_-ii x-- (lis^.i;;-:)-.:^ ^.ni^iirir.s . . . ; Itii-hai'il v.ouiiln'l linvc ? iVsM-i-ii ;: ];:!;?_'- ; doiii at bargain nri«v ... A ^i::i!'.i W..'!lJil l.H half .--;;::«-!]iH.- -ls( . . . Fiu-le Turn would ;.(?; li.'Vi- ': n h« -i-s- - ; whipped and his '?:i'i;:i -???? ';!-!:!'! ii:ivc. : !i.-- a luavd of . . . . ?._.;-?.?.- ?; ;? .-ii va'-'' I hair would liavc «l r:iiri'- ???? I i' ti.;- -:r i'-ui-\. ! L-i:igf«*llow wctild !im: l-.-.w - v. rinci j 'The Village Ii'a--k-u,i!li.' .\.'...iy | wv.uM bavi' lii.rsi' s.-ns.1. ! * ?^?^ i).'1 : assumption th'at t'lfro \vc:iid -»- :- i-si ! ::i.)rr duiiib j.'Poi-lr in ilii1 \v:...

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Asylum Employees CONFERENCE IN PERTH Return to Work Proposed SEARCH FOR ESCAPEE Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Asylum Employees CONFERENCE IN PERTH Return to Work Proposed SEARCH FOR ESCAPEE Perth. 1 his Afternoi.n. The mental escapee (Au;£elo Ivter Casotti) is still at liberty, lolice Iiavw had no word of him since lie broke out of Claremont .Mentiil Hospital willi .several others on Tuesday nifrlit alter the mental nurses went on strike. He j fl-j-l from the ward in the. nude, but is believed to have obtained a pair «.f light trousers. What appeared to be a yood lead to \ the wanted man was received by tho police at 8.30 a.m. to-day. They were told that a naked man had been seen in Henry Street, Freniiintle. (Jon stables hurried to the locality. They found a man, not Casotti, wearins only a singlet. Hr» was charged with hav ing behaved in an indecent manner. Interest in the hospital disturbance turned t«;-day to the State Arbitration Court, when Mr. President iUmphy called the partis together in a com pulsory conference. On the suggestion of Mr. President Dunphy the mental nurses agreed to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Only yeur Savings 10^ if? ' Black-markets and price rackets exist because ? of selfish competition for scarce commodities. They create inflationary tendencies which only §2¥E!!gS OeftffiSatSS ^ successful Price Control and Rationing Systems tan check. ' A First-class Investment . . . because JI) yearly increase To be successful, those systems demand your in vahlc is bettsr ^^ bank full co-operation . . shun black-markets; pay no imcrcs^ (2, diis incrcasc ^ more than the fixed le^al prices; buy only the , , . ._, _ , . ., * t% % 'ce from taxation, {31 Sav thin^s you really need; save ail you can, and ' invent your savings at bctter-than-bank interest in IpSS Ccmficatcs arc cashabic Bonds and Savings Certificates. *at any Uine' These benefits will con By. saving you help now to combat inflation, tinuc to apply also to and you build Up funds for enjoyment in tiie maturing War Savings Ccr future, tificates — if you hold on to Buy 5-YEAR SAVlMiS CERTIFICATES and make an advance subscrtpi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

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Sheep Values Remain Firm LAMBS ERRATIC [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 12 February 1948

Sheep Values Remain Firm LAMBS ERRATIC Prices for all offerings, with the exception of top quality lambs, were firm at the fat stock sales at Midland Junction yesterday. Top quality lambs attracted erratic bidding but values generally were about equal to last week's rates. Sheep (6,639 yarded) : Quotations :— Wethers : Best heavyweight, 46/- to 48/- (odd pens higher) ; best medium weight, 42/- to 45/-; best lightweight, 38/- to 41/-; medium, 34/- to 37/-; plain and light, lower. Ewes: Best heavyweight, 30/- to 33/- (extra prime and weighty, higher) ; best medium weight, 26/- to 29/-: best lightweight, 23/- to 24/-; medium, 17/- to 19/-. Lambs (6,669 yarded): Quotations: — Best heavyweight, 41/- to 46/- (extra prime and weighty, higher) ; best mediumweight, 37/- to 40/-; best light- weight, 35/- to 37/-; medium, 30/- to 32/-; plain and light, lower. Cattle (375 yarded): Quotations:— Good weighty bullocks, £19 to £20 (odd heavy beasts, to £21/12/6) ; good mediumweight, £17 to £18/10/-...

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