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LOOK FOR THE CAUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

LOOK FOR THE CAUSE Have you ever thoughts w.liau it ífel . ^.thät makes your back achc,'yoüc;h¿adf limbs or muscles ache, that weakens, "your heart or makes you nervous, 'sleepless or irritable? It is kidney * trouble and the above are some ot the warnings. Doan's Backache* Kidney Pills should be taken at the first sign of anything wrong. They are the reliable kidney and bladder medicine, and they are perfectly safe for men and women to use. The best evidence of this is the statement which we give below: Mr. W. T. Davis, Carrier, Crâne Street, Longreach, says:-"Some years ago, when I was carrying on the roads, I was seized with ^îîarp, shooting pains across my loins.' As I was doing beavy work, lifting weights, you calv imagine I suffered tortvre. I used liniments and took tfac'lii.'ines, but got no relief; in fact, Ï was yetting worse in spite of treat- ment. \ was always in pain and got " little reit at night, for I could not lie in ouie position very long. When I did get to sleep...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOCAL AUTHORITY TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

L.OCA1. AUTHORITY TAXATION. Tilla, ls 'the season of the year when Lo cctî . ^AVtWritlés '"makë up their estimate« "pf röcplpts and expenditure and impose thelr;;~_new ' taxation. ' A .very considerable proportion of them in the metropolitan area have ; decided to increase the burden on -ratepayers, some .by way of higher rates arid some per medium of higher valuations. ^.Naturally ratepayers are more or less per- turbed and in some instances, more espec- ially'in; the case ot increased valuations, . publip meetings are being called and strong protests voiced, especially against. increas- ing t)ie valuations.- The latter system of course means'the raiding of tho unfortun- ate ratepayers pocket by the Municipal authority, the Walter Hpnrd, and n'dt in ?frequentiy hy'the Land Tax'Commissioner. Ithaca is particularly indignant at a val- uation increase which na's been imposed on .landowners and . there have even been threats of a combined movement to iesist the payment of rates until a...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DROUGHT CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

" DROUGHT CONDITIONS. , The cotinued- absence---or ram ta causing great anxiety in the eity. The dry weather is of course having its effect on gardens and the whole suburban area looks more dried up and parched than it has done for years ; but it is the gravity of the position in the country that is inspiring such serious misgiving in financial and commercial circles. Reports from all districts.of the State with very few exceptions, tell . the same unfortunate tale of drought condi- tions, and a serious outlook. " The city quickly reflects the Influence of such condi- tions in the country and already the effect is being felt in business circles where the more or less tense financial situation is becoming acentuated. All hope now ls be- ing, centred on a late wet season, which would save the position somewhat, if it did not come too late.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

J. G. Donághé^ Has a good collection of Saddles und Harness to choose from.^ KIDING SADDLES of the best make. Harre.-s second to none. COLLARS AND GEAR for plough work best iiy town. All done by Best Workmen oat of Best Material, at r ^ Lowest Prices- * «J. G. DONAGHEY, Saddle and Harness Maker, Phone 430 EAST STREET, ROCKHAMPTON. P 0 Box 18L . Combined Buyers (Australia) Ltd SUPPLIERS OF MOTOR REQUISITES / x Box 514 PARBURY BUILDINGS TELEPHONE NO 3529 . EAGLE-STREET BRISBANE The Company invite vall Motorists and Pastoralists to become Share- holders, and thereby save an average of 37 per cent on ail requirements, Benzine, Oi's, Tyres and accessories, which are imported direct and sold to Shareholders at 10 percent on landed cost. The Company is co-operative and all profits belong to members, who alone own and control the business. Established in -New Zealand in 19,16, the membership there exceeds»4,000. and shares are at a premium of 10s each, and has Branches in every large town. ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Allied Treaty. CONSTANTINOPLE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

The Allied Treaty., .CONSTANTINOPLE, March 6. The Angora Government disapproving of the^Vaft treaty submitted by the Allies at Lausanne is -drawing up a definite counter treat}". The Government intends to hasten a discussion of the proposals by the As- sembly, and asks for a vote of confidence.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
France and Germany. LONDON, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

France and Germany. LONDON, March 7. France will soon have nearly a. million men under 'arms, The Government's decision to form a 1921 class means tho addition of over 200, 000 men. TThe French army will then he. larger than the combined armies of Britain, Germany, Italy, and Belgium. - BERLIN, March -7. The French have occupied Reinsched and Kromberg, ' two Ruhr iron manufac- turing towns. The financial circles fear a revolution. Herr Cuno, speaking in the Reachstag, said that Geriimny did not intend to capitu- late, but if. the way was opened up, she was prepared to negotiate. ' ANGLO-FRENCH SITUATION. LONDON, March 6. The Cologne correspondent of the "Daily Express" states that the delicate situation east of the "British bridgehead has been accejnuated by the French" tightening the blockade on the exits from the British area in'flhë ^neighbourhood of Lennep. Unpleasant Anglo-French Incidents have been ali'eady - reported as a result, of the 'new., movements of troops» Near ' Rein...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

j; t.. ï . I IMPERIAL'i HOTEL BÜILÍDlÍ^^t^^^^^ iépéciait Agents for- . ~ i Queensland Primary Producers Cö-Operative i V " - \ Agency Ltd., Woo! and Producé ¿1^ Agencies- - '' ^'-'TiT'M¿'^ OueéhsIandTTru :: -S-Fív^ j Northërrf Assurance Company. - -¿rT? ¿ : :QiMein j -u - n - n «r-Tri mmj-ri n-r^-^" i A, H. Mc NI COL,., || I Longreach Representative of an efficient C^I;ff| , j . : -wganisatioü^^ I. , of Queensland Address District Inquiries to Box 54,, Ehcme 272, , ir ^ or call at Eagle-street Show Room. . 17^ í Od^-^^.^;^y"' . :..;" " We supply everything Eleiictricai;"/^^^:^ ;.i>^3'o|^i QVM''¡1i ii mm U mmern* iijànM ,- : ,«^^O«»P-«*>«»UÍ»»Í*«»<>«^«»O«M^»<M»««^ '-' . A - - ": ' We didn't wait .until we; were * ? . ~lV*£ h'- - .. ^gEL ^ÊrAwr^J^^i' '?': '1 ' ' : Çon^pelled to buy before replen-r ^^;%-§¿-'í^í;Í~ ' -fivS-Y^^^^Mi ígj§aH^¿¿^-' - »«hing our stocks, otherwise we'd- . ' . :-:£n¿\-':&[-¿ ' ^3^K^^^^r^iBB||BHfcj^ " ' be . "left in thc hi...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

B. Shakespeare, SURGEON DISXIST. HAS commenced practice in Longreach, and may he consulted at his office in Eagle street (ríext CommerciaUHotel). PHONE 304. HUS. CHURCH, CHURCH & CHURCH, L.D.Q. DENTAL SURGEONS, BOLSOVER STREET, ROCKHAMPTON, 1 and Eagle Street, LONGREACH. (Phone 283.) Lance A. Jones, A.F.I.A. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND SHARE BROKER. MEMBER BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE Telegrams : Lance Jones, Stock-Echange, Brisbane. DALGETY'S BUILDINGS, Elizabeth Street, BRISBANE. cl4 LONGREACH SHIRE COUNCIL, ^^^pgSON^jRIVER BRIDGE. ^f^àglfïlCE is hérëby given that any persons ^cf^plng Biid^Kwith loads exceeding five : ? tónsj. will; hej^i'osectited. ^>Loads ;exceeding five tons must follow r$ÉftL. over old crossing. H. M. GALLWEY, 06 ~. Shire Clerk. PUBLIC NOTICE, ? I, Arthur Henry Featherstone, desire to Thank the Public. of Longreach and Dis- trict for the solid support accorded me during the 9 years that I have conducted business as a genei*al carrier, and would notify all my n...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. The following are particulars 01 regis- trations made at the local Pqst Office for the respective 24 hours on the dates men- tioned : - Date. Rainfall Max. Min March S 31 . 104 71 4 . 102 74 6 104 71 C 5 105 71 7 101.5 69 8 . J '? 103.& 84 9 ^.20 100 68.2 Total rainfall for February 1.39.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. Irish National Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

Local and General. - : o : irish National Concert. The local Irishmen we understand are in full harness, working strenuously for the célébration of St. Patrick's Day, and judging from reports success is assured. Apart from the Day's sporting arrangements there is to be a Grand Irish National Con- cert in the Shire Hall in the evening. A splendid choir of well balanced voices and excellent local talent, assisted by a strong orchestra, have the programme which will comprise,, choral vocal, instrumental and orchestral items, well in hand, and a treat is in store for all lovers of music. The box plan is now open at Mr/TV F. Barker's and as there will be a rush for bookings it would be wise to get in eai-ly. Railway Traffic. For the month of February the goods traffic, inward and outward, at the local railway station was as follows :-Received : 2 horses, -2601 sheep, 867 ton goods. Des- patched : Wool, 1814 bales, '317 tons ; other goods, 63 tons ; "horses, 3 ; cattle, 58. .Revenue : Goo...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

IN MEMORIAM. AFFOO.—In loving memory of our dear Mother, Evelena Affoo, who departed this life on the 12th March, 1918. Inserted by her loving Children.  

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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LONGREACH ASSOCIATION. WEEKLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

'ïwas^neldífrivj'Cbyst!bp's offtceV^ri/Monday ' ^/¿í .>:Wg'htMUstSÇ5wlièn >Í here"? ' w^ye>,^p.rësetït ;S :- ißfiM. ^?I5tëss£s^^ 'secretary (Mr.: r"E/7H. : > 7. ;#.Gias£pn..^ '-7' ;' . ? \.. v 7'¿'7's; ?.;!;-.: 7Thé "secijetaryvJ;RyanA. Shield executive 7'v . w hardly 'see^why "Longreach./éhou^^yíjfrit-''tb -register .more ? J^i" ; / players; tlVán .any other association.-It <-wàs/. .'.;>$$ ¿decTcle^Vto-forwar"d the registration f ee<re '/\;<iui^jed;>/whi^t At/was decided,to/register/' as :'¿"íf: ..ma'hy/;ns^ deeiped necessary, it being con- / ' / A1^ : tended- ;tbjit^it<^'s\n'pt/Jiinfair»; and that' the ^ above, statement'-'wa's : only; a private pplhiOn... -:-.-^:V 'Ùv "{The- Chairman reported that a-_-.miltuaTT": ».-agreeinentUhad. f biïowèd . a discussion with'"\7 j; Barcaldine^ representatives, that / the f hat- 7, V:!" chet be 'buried, "and the, matter .of thé -fric-/ //:">7i. ? ..jtion;',5;;b'etw'.èën-- the 'two...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

I^ï^j'^-'^:''" - y-''AVERAGES:-V. 4 '?' v, ' *. 7>;::^ '?'.. y{ñ_ the" Longreach ^Cricket Association aver.- ' \^'ägps .to' 3rd- March, 1923. Batsmen niust ? ? .^:p::!have:'-.played-.--at.'least 5 completed innings - , to qualify. 1 r, ir?'-te- «i ? ' S * : " "rf s < S , g ^ to ?rte-'--'- ." , y . ' ^ o "«j . - '§ g ?, £¿B..HA(Tlasson (S). 20,2 UOn.o 478 2C.55 jit. -Bdkïris: (B);.Í. $' 3>:\48- ¿: . rF21. '24.2 :7 V>-W. McMaster (B) 10 3 J28 ~144 20.67 '-"pt.H-A J3.Meares (B)'14~2 , 55- J212- 17.66 . --.W. Boyd ^ CH) 17.0 . 37 .267 15.64 ' .'.-B.-Caso (H) SO 27 '. 120M5 - -.\. ,^Jß.C Wilson <B) -75.1 .29.- * CO " 15_'~ : ^B.'-Mehzies;. (E.M). 19 2 - - '31 ' 221 , M/Gallwey (ll) 17 2" 51 \ 1G3, 10.66 |.\>V4Vy{yThe following., are.'; the -leading/.pow.lers' ? -""-.NViith 10 or 'niipre ^-Jpkets-i . ": ." \ 7^fc^:-^-r'?~ P'P .¿j.v\ /7 ,;7...^ ./ ' a ". * ?-?.*?/>?'*?' "* - 7 " . . ' v:' - - - bfl * o a g *^^-í.*;'-í'^.::-'.::: O ' ' .'.\ '.' .- ..-'.-...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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THE OFFICIAL LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

. The ^Longreach " Association .._ entertained-''' - ,. ...both teams at luncheon on : the gx*6unds, . > . .Miss Smith, of the.Elite^Cafe, being th© . . fi ~r :'.caterer;-^Mr¿?;iR. -Peterson presided, and "af-, . ter the-iöyal toast h-ad' been honoured," read ..? . apologies for, absence . from Justice /Blair - (an- ex-president of tlra.^Q.C.A.) and Mr. ;.. .: Farrer ('Barcaldine association. secretary). - .¿¿r The toasts of-''The Barcaldine Cricket As-. . . sociation and^Team"' was proposed by-.the... ^ chairman, ana responded to by Dr. O'Hara. -7, Mr.' H. Urquhart-proposed .''The "Longreach ' -, ' .- .Cricket AssociatioiiT' to . which, Mr; E.'-'H. "^.« Glassoñ^espondéd; Rev. -B. G. Wilson pro ... posed the healthy of "r^he Lady Scorers and . v . the-Umpires," Mr.: %¿.'Christie, responded - " -5: ., bri'.behalf of /the - lady scorers;- »and statedr ¿ -. ..ttíat the -MissVstibbard (2) were? regular r-.-:-^ ...\ahd\ punctual -in attendance.'at cricket'"in . y V. Barcaldine"',"3iav...

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EDWARDS MARTIN v. HAZELDEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

. ; EDWARDS ÄIARTIN v. -HAZEI^EAjSTfV s_' .///^ wás '.Diäj.*-. ; y/ed .on the . Show' Grounds Wlçket iori.- SaÇùr?' ^ -~ day/last, and resultèd -iri.a win for Edwards,; . . Martin; by .38" runs On /the,, first/ihnings. . /^ /.Scores .were as follow.;:/^ /,,:. /-Vvl'.ï 77yv7/;///í§ . / - '-' " ' HAZELDEAN ; . ^ : H; -M^r Gallwey, c Roache,"b Thorpe- y .0/ ./^ /^Wi^B^^ '. y ^:'Altch'é¿pn/:-b7 .". - B." <?a'se, ' run, out : ' 4 ' / H.;^ ; /12'':/..>* ;>#rfiea¥^^ ;7w>/~ly-a^c7Bura "; rp.^yan~ >b -Thorpe:'?/. ; >,^:.;7^/%v>/* ; 3 ; ';./. -:| /.W,:¡"J?errÍ^^^ :;;;&¿.'?^^ .Y';R7: Rosemañp riot lout ;. . v'?*;.;. -.//.'.¿7VV^^^ñ.^ A: Field; tí: Thorpe v:;^>.> .^iv/r/O/ > yf« * - ' Total" >. . i: I:''...,. \ . ';35 s -Wicketsi feh/at í0/8/'13f,'Í7,' 27; '31¿Z'2<?M¿S- '/* 35, 35. "îk /, * * I * 7 J" * / v *.' Bowling * ':-T'hbrpë/"6 tför/I7, Roache"- 3 /'"-s for 16/ ; .V/X-v'T/V^-/'/^^^^^ Zß77C / y; ' EDWARDS MARTÍN; >. : i:7 "JA*...

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Social and Personal [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

Social and Personal Mr. and Mrs. F. B. O'Rourke and fam- ily returned from their holiday visit to Yep- poon on Wednesday last . Mr. H. J. Solley and family are spending   a short holiday at Yeppoon. Mr. Leon Lyon, the endorsed United Party   candidate for Mitchell, is now in this dis- trict, having taken up permanent residence   in Longreach. Saturday's arrivals by mail train in- cluded : Mesdames Marsten (2), Cram- bie (4), Nicols, Hinds, Casey, Ramage, Templeton (2), Orchard (2), Anderson (3), Brenan, Rogers, Dolfe, Young (2), McCly- mont, Wells. Messrs Young, Crambeie (2), O'Rourke, Brett, Shaw, Anderson (2),, Dean, Casey, Ramage, Arnold, Buchanan,     Dalgariue, King, Hirchfield, Jenkins, Venas, Hood, Dowling, Sheehan, Armstrong, King, Button, McClymott, Wells, Rogers, Cham- bers, O'Neill (2). The departures on Monday by mail train   included :Miss Rogers, Mrs. Shillott, Messrs R. Campbell, Perkins, Fa...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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CRICKET. Ryan Shield BARCALDINE v. LONGREACH. A SPLENDID GAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

:; CRICKET. ' .. - \*.: Ryan Shield .-/:?^'>^^ ~*Y: ;' .'.' ./..>'' : ' r ' BARCATiDIK E v. liOXGKEACH. .r . 1 -. ''A SPLENDID GÁM^.|K-,ÍV;' ^....'v-'-The Ryan Shield fixture ' Longreach/j ./ Barcaldine ^ was played on . the "JjOngréac - / Show Ground . '?' being a ver^ lárgé; attenda publ; //both in the morning añd:afternóbn, ahd'th y -game proved 'to be á.ve.ry/brilllarit on indeed, with excitement áty timesyrunnín to feyer héat\- / The ^ /' win for Barcaldine??'by'?'5 runs- on the-firs ; ; .(i.mings. / "yr :": '^Z />> ,,// ' '?.... ;' './.; . y/7 ??-? The* Barcaldine leamJourney^ tp/ionj§ reach byv ¡special.--'.-train which .y "was/>vwe] ^_ patronised by followers -and a large nurri V ber of .trippers, ' the passenger. ' list . bein) : . stated to have numbered.466^ >JJppn the".ar i.J'- . rival Of the, train the Longreach Town. Band 7 who were present, Splayed ithe/.train^ inV Uh fortunately, owing to th£¿íact^hat the vis +\ liing team were, scattered .throughou...

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The Hartlgan Tour. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

g=^=^=^=r-. . . - . -?-; " " ' "' ' ' Tile Hartigan Tour. .. GVgat interest is being centred in the : . forthcoming visit of the Hartigan team, . itnd it is unticipate'd that there will be a very- largo attendance at the Combined Cen -tral West match to be played at Longreach .on :2()th arid 21st March. The -selectors have chosen''the'following team to play for Cen :. irai West :-Dr. J. P. O'Hara, H. Urquhart, F. Easton, R. Rowe .(Barcaldine), W. New- - .man, W. Coombes, R. Kent (Blackall), "E. .H. Glasson,, N. S. Moffat (Longreach), V. j - Seaton and J. King (Aramac). Emer '. : gencies : W. Mcmaster, E. Thorpe (Long '{ reach), A. W. Oswald (Blackall).

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

The Nerang Hardwood > :fe4ií Company, Ltd. --%|álS ' \^f'T^r <<A Comfiany-tb be Incoi porated in Queensland undçi the Companies Acts "of l-863,-ii)13) 'S!^^£¿L~i! ^2 W^^^:~^~ NOMINAL "CAPITAL /^^>^>^^ L^MtfÖ,OÜ0 in 200,000 SHARES OF M mC%~~ ~ \ j*" ^ ^RjSlT ISSUE CONSISTS Or 75,000 SH \RLS Or £1 E\CH, PAYABLE 2/0 OY APPLICATION, 2/6 *ON>. ALLOTMENT, -j I %^v-, AND THL BVL^NCE IN QUARTERLY CALLS OF 5/- A SHARE " ~ '"*"?>?" Î 1 * "° ^ PROVISIONAL DIRLCTORS _ , HANKERS jf- "---j ' 'HOWLAND H EDKINS, GIU/ÍCI, Bimbam? ^ ^ " "~ - BANK ^pr AUSJCRVLASIA, Biisbaue. " i " ERNEST T BELL, MLA, Gia^iei, Coochin. - " - " ."-_ SOLIC110RS ^ | -TBEDERICTt R LLOYD (Edwaids, Dunlop, and ^ ^ 0TOÈLY AND-'WRDSON, I ontlon - Bank * I Co, Ltd ), Bi ibbane r??*^.* Tir' ^t^-^ jChaxnbtrs, Biisbane. " ^ ^ f WILLIAM GORDON" GRAHAM (late Umlei Sectc- \ - -*^*~J!r\^t,^ TRUSTEE v-- ~ \ tnry foi Lands), BiIsbane ^~ "'"^"ÍTi ~1 ^ _ RH CUMMING, Chai toi cd Accountant, I WILLIAM J ...

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WOOL. WOOL VALUES COMPARED. JULY AND FEBRUARY RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

--T -U- - WÖOTJ VAlitTES 'COMPARED; - '-.-5 . --.' JULY AND FEBRUARY HATES. ' » rf 1Q\?-;&MCSBVB Winçhcombe,- .Carson, report AS ' / .follows, Under date, March 5th :^-.-?'?"' ; With tho close of last week's auctions, tli'è"-Sydney market completed its busiest ?". period of the year. Only about 100,000 are V - now in the various stoics awaiting sale, i -Arrangements provide -for the offering of 64,000 bales between March 12th and 22nd ; |v : and the balance during'AprU. .- |r .. ' Every cause for congratulation exists re : ;.:- | ; garding t!ie generally excellent prices'. ob "_:| ''fained since the sales opened. The best c-vl ';:."?!'' dence of that fact is.to be-found in .the cur -V I rent quotations for wool, in Sydney. With ' , | . slight 'variations, the figures obtainable lo ..-;r'I.-' " cally to-day have ruled since last September - .."j The table below shows the values at the A §'.- close, of the . previous season, July, and at V S the series just finished. . - ' Vi ...

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