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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

r, f-jfcsa^aiLai^ SI, MMtiS BflSi IBB. | gj milE undersigned has just received from A S -3- the centres of ait iu Italy nud Scot- m E land large and varied consignments of Im P MARBLE aud GRANITE MONUMENTS, W. SI HEADSTONES, TOMBS, CROSSES, S§ 1$ -M URAL TABLETS, etc., specially selected t| aj by hiin in person during liis recant visit to |n j| Europe. Prices to suit all classes of pur- |B chasers. S§ | INSCRIPTIONS CUT in Cdincfceries j| E and General Repairs Executed. $| g General Masonry, Hearthstones, Sills, § 0 Steps, Pavings, etc., oxecuted for town or w country. 8 thos. mmm, ! HSQH-STBEEr, WEST 1 k m GEOHGE-STKEET, SIMGLETORS. 02 ScmVEPPE'S HIlNKItM, W'VfVMH., QJODA WATER, GINGERALE, LEMONADE, ® TONIC, SELTZER, &c. These Wate,s still hold the proud position eff beingunequalled. MAITLAND BREWING COY. Agents Maitland and Northern Districts. 72 til 03, JESKELL fills, 112 PHILLIP-ST., BYBWET. Lega?ly QuslifiBi! ani Registered by tho t^oitical aoard of fie« South Wales. I ...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

MISCELLANEOUS ?ITEMS. A lodger at the Grand Central Coffee Palace Clarence-street, Sydney, ti-uned Captiia Parkhu at, fell from the fourth storey on to th« root of the dining room, a distance of 30ft., and received such injuries that ho died within a quarter of an hour of the occurrence. Deceased was 43 years of ago. Tho Government has offered a reward of £25, in addition to one of a like amount offered by the Mercantile Mutual Fire Insurance Company, for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who caused tho fire by which, on December 28 last, an unoccupied house at Bulahdelab, tho property of Robert ®uayle, was destroyed. it T fft Ka Klamftil Pav nrliaf. T am Tint, innocent of,' remarked a witness at tho Glebe Police Court on Tuesday. Robt. Campbell and Chas. Ogilvie, th» alleged authors of the recent outrage upon Mrs. Smith, a fruiterer of Williumstown, Victoria,— whom, it i3 said, they beat into insensibility whilst they were attempting a burgla...

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E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

- E. w. sparke's REPORT. I Fat Cattle. — With a fair supply yarded on Mon day to a representative gathering of butchers, sales ?were animated, and any good quality cattle met ?with ready snle and values were firm. Supplies on Thursday although lighter proved ample to satisfy requirements. The demand was dull for best quality cattle, but light and medium classes met with competition, and values for tliese remained firm. The recent rains up country should give the herbage a fresh start and enable owners to hold their cattle for some time, therefore I look for a firmer demand for prime cattle and values should harden. I have sold on account of D. Kennedy, 25 light bullocks from X2 4s to X2 l(!s ; G. T. Car michael, 8 bullocks from X2 Is to X2 13s ; W. Adam, cows and heifers from XI 14s to X2 ; Jno. Adam, 14 bullocks from X3 3s to X3 8s, G from X2 9s to X2 15s ; Duncan Kennedy, 2G bullocks from X3 to X4 4s, 7 atX2 13s Gd, 4 cows from XI 13s to X2 lGs ; S. J. Carlton, 19 bullocks from X3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

TRj W TVD IT QT Heather Waltz, very popular, 2s. After the Ball Waltz ™-~ * * .i.vJL *U kJXV » charming, 2s. Paling's Xmas Annual, I8M, 1b. Nicholson's Junos Annual, 1894, Is. Sheard's Dance Album, 1894, Is. Sheard's Comic Annual, 189(1, Is. Sheard's minstrel Annual, ISM, Is. Fiances and Day's Comic Annual, ISM, Is. Ilopwood r-.nd Crew's Comic Annual, 1891, Is. Island of Dreams (Adams), popular song, 2s. A Mother's Love (Hope Temple), 2s. . Daisy Bill (serio-comic), 2s. Music not in sfcoctr procured to order. POPt'LCR and USEFUL HOWIE JOURNALS. — A Pew Numbers to Si'Are. Order Eaely Weldon's Ladies' Journal, with cut-out pattern, monthly, Gs Gd per year. Weldon's Dressmaker, 3b poryear. Weldon's Children's Journal, with cut-out pattern, monthly, 3s per year. Young Ladies' Journal, 14s per year. Weigel's Journal, Gs per year. Myra's Journal, 10s a year; this is post free, payable half-yearly in advance. Any magazine or newspaper supplied to order. ? :0: ? Colo's Funny Picture Book, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

BANKRUPTCY. Tuesday, March 13. SEQUESTRATION ORDERS. Edward Spencer Leonard, of near Baradine, near Snee SraZi8r' GibUn,-. official, ?. Warwick Chaffe, of Clarendon, Richmond-road, See.' h°rse-tcaine'\ ^ .Morris, official Ef^riCH0Beph rjnc°y' of Kogarah and Sussex assignee^ aK6nfc' Mr- A' Morris' offloial George Frederick West, of Gordon-street, Pad N\ F' official assigneo. flnM i i Stephen Burden, of Smavt-street, Fair field, labourer. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee ' a I81}''1!1 was a dressmaker's apprentice. RrHrtrW H? began life as a child's nurse. Misu Braddon, the novelist, was a utility actress in fch& provinces. Charlotte Cushman was the daughter of poor parents; and the best contralto America ever had up to a doss-m years ago was a Ser woman's daughter up in Maine. '^ea' BfS^kfast, and Dessert Services ' loilet Ware, largo variety. D. Cohen & Co. 0503 &5JST&/&ILM1S MUTUAL P§40VfS-Ei\TT Established 1849. Head Office : — 87, Pitt-sx...

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The Farm and Garden. A DANISH AUTHORITY ON AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Tlie Farm and Garden. I A BANCS II AUTHORITY ON AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. Denmark re-tains a butter expert, M. Pabor, to look after the interests of her business in the Britiab markets. He reports that butter BupplieB from Australia nnd New Zealand are lncrfusing, and attained in 1S92 to about 10 per cent, of tbe imports from Denmark. This competition is felt all the more severely since it refers to five or six months of the year. The production ot butter in Ireland, be says, is also steadily increasing, and though the competition from that quarter is felt somewhat severely during the summer, there is at present no occassion to fear it during the w'Dter months. 'With regard to the imports of butter from Victoria this is stimu lated by a high export bounty of 3d p6r lb. on butter which sells in London at la per lb. Under these circumstances tho imports rose from 20,03Scwt. in 1891 to -17, 593c wt. in 1S92, but the premium has siuce been re duced to one-half, and will shortly disappear. More...

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H. YORK AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

IT. YORK AMD SON'S REPORT. Fat Cattle. — Market well supplied, and all for ward of good quality sold remarkably well ; light, and inferior sorts are not selling so well in propor tion to prime. We sold — For J. Dimmock, 2 bul locks at X4 4s, 3 at X3 5s, 3 at X3, 3 at X2 13s Gd, cows at 27s to 32s, vealers at 8s to 9s ; A. R. and F. Bowman, 4 bullocks at X3 10s, 4 at X3 7s, 4 at X3 4s Gd, 4 at X3 3s Gd ; G. T. Pitt, 3 bullocks at X2 15s, 2 at X2 13s, 3 at X2 Gd ; Mrs. Ramsay, 3 bul at X2 153 j W. Thrift, 2 steers at 25s, 2 at 15s Gd ; C. Beh, cows at X2 4s Gd to X3 10s Gd ; G. Wilkin son, 5 cows at X3, 4 at X2 Is Gd ; G. Gardiner, 2 cows at X2 2s 6d ; H. Lawrence, cow at £2 4s Gd ; and at Homebush, by our Sydney agent3, 19 bullocks at X4 5s to X4 Gs, 12 (light ) at X2 13s. Springers. — There ia a fair demand for cows of good quality and condition. We sold — For J. Smith, 1 at X3 153 : J. Dimmock, 1 at X3 2s Gd ; C. Beh, 1 at X2 3s ; J. O'Neill, heifer at XI 123 ; J. Moore, 1 at XI 12...

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"My Answer, Please." [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

'My Answer, Please.' She was a bright little woman, with hazel eyes, perfect teeth, wavy hair, and when she wasn't ' worked to death,' a delicat'), rosy complexion. She had married very young — her ideal— and whon a few years later she could no longer hide from heraelE what a poor, weak bit of clay he really wos, she made no moan, but set about the hard task of filling the places of both father and mother to the three bright little children that came to them. So well did she succeed that tho little oneB thought papa was the best and noblest man Hffuinr fia #}-ann rfo/l f.liia lira before they discovered his frailties, leaving his wife a multitude of debts aud only hiB life insurance to pay them with. She was quite aware that creditors could not touch the money, but being honest she paid every little bill and then deposited the balance in the Bp.vingB banlc. It was such a small sum that even with the most rigorons economy it would scarcely give them daily bread, let alone bntter and ...

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Singleton Markets. GRAINGER AND FALKINER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Singleton Markets. GRAINGER AND FALKINEP.'S REPORT. There is little of importance to note in tne produce market since our last. New maize is coming in slowly, and is of good quality, but dull of sale, and low prices have to be accepted to effect sales of any large lines. During the week we have placed 94 bag3 of new at 2s 2d to 2s 4Jd, and 30 bags of old at 2s 5d. There is a slight improve ment in lucerne hay ; well saved green samples meet with ready sale. We have sold 14 bales at X2 Gs, 5G at X2 4s, and 42 at X2 2s Gd. Wheaten and oaten are dull of sale. Lucerne seed is en quired for, and we can place 3 tons at once. Barley is moving freely for seed purposes at a slight advance. Potatoes are easier. Wc have disposed of 88 bags of Brownell's at X3 10s to XX 5s. Pump kins are firm at 20s to 223 Gd. At our last Tuesday's sale we sold the usual supply, at the following prices : — Butter, supply equal to demand, at 5d to 10Jd ; eggs, firmer, lOd to Is Id ; fruit — supply diminishing, i...

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Maitland Auctioneers' Reports. J. N. BRUNKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Maitland Auctioneers' Reports. I J. N. brunker's REPORT. I Fat Cattle. — Supplies for the week have not been as heavy as u3ual, and with a good attendance of the trade on both sale days, I disposed of my consignments at very satisfactory rates. Yardings yesterday were light, and values, so far as my sales were concorned, considerably in advance of last week's rates. I sold— On account of G. D. Bell, light bullocks at X3 8s to X3 9s, cows at £2 153 to £3, light heifers at XI 83 to X2 5s ; D. Kennedy, light bullocks at X3 2s to XI ; W. Fraser, Benr., bullocks at X4 9s, ditto light at X3 Is to X3 19s, f-teers at £2 14s, cows at X2 5s to X2 13s Gd ; G. S. Waller, light bullocks at £3 to £3 lGs, steers at X2 15s ; B. Buffier, light bullocks at X3 to £3 2s, steers at £2 17s, light heifers at XI 12s to X2 Is ; Bake well Bros., cows at X2 Ss, light heifers at XI 10s to £2 ; J. Denton, light bullocks at £3 5s to £3 12s Gd ; Geo. Taylor, light bulljcks at £3 4s, ditto steers at £2 4s, heifers...

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Maitland Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Maitland Commercial Intelligence. The heavy rains referred to in our last week's report, were repeated this week and considerable interference was caused to the course of business. The area of flooded country haB been increased in extent, and the time that it will continue on the flooded land will easure the total destruction of all growing crops. This means a great loss to the un fortunate farmers as tho crop3 were very luxuriant, and the owners looked forward to a recovery of some of their previous losses. There will be a con siderable loss of maize of which there was promise of a very large crop. This will no doubt improve the price of that remaining, but no alteration is noticeable at present. There is a depressed feel ing in business circles, and prices remain as before. Latest quotations are : Flour, £8 10s to £0 per ton, according to quality. Wheat, dull ; best (juoted at 3s 3d ; inferior, 2s 9d to 3s. Maize plentiful, 2s 9d to 3s per bushel. Oats— seed, 2s 3d to 2s 9d per bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

FRANKFORT HOUSE. IITim E WITtH. Our Opening Display OF ' New Season's Drapery WILL BE HELD THIS DAY. SAMPLES Ol? NEW DRESSES AND TEIMMINGS ? r^O'W 3R.35SJ!Ht3D'Sr. UViIl JP&i in T^T-e:x:'fc Xsssshb.©. H SW1RJG SS WJC THE BOSS SHOW -QJP TiF:03 TOW^T FOR MOVEI/TY, VAI&SSSTlf, &emI _ ? - . GOOP VASiCE. it I WflHi £} W WPlifP5!3 *m $&&&%& a a t& ?lliUl THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COBIP/IMSES. ? :0: ? ? The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Mew York. RICHARD a. HtcCURDY, President. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED X37,000,000. Purely Mutual ? a'l claims settled on the spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory proofs of death and title. immediately PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, X87,452,449. Fifty years' experience has taught the management of The Mutual Life of New York the forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among these are the Income Life Poliew Life Option Endowment, Six Per Gent. Conso!, and the Policies issue...

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EDWD. HIGGENS, MARSHALL, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

EDWD. niOGENS, MARSHALL, AND CO.'s REPORT. Fat Cattle.— Market fully supplied. On Monday buyers were in good attendance, and values firm at last week's rates. Thursday's yardings consisted of cattle ranging in quality from medium to prime, and with the exception of a few pens of picked bullocks, which sold at fair prices, the demand was dull and values lower. Our sales comprise — On account of Jas. Hall, bullocks at £3 13s ; Jno. Hill, bullocks at £4 5s ; A. Hamburger, steers (light) at £2 9s to £3 ; W. Lane, steers (light) at £2 lis Gd ; T. King, bullocks (rough) at £2 10s Gd ; J. Matthews, bullocks at X3 5s to £3 lis Gd ; J. Ireland, steers at £2 15s to £2 lGs; F. H. Hall, bullocks at £3 14s ; W. Brooker, light steers and bullocks at £2 15s to £3 5s, cows at £2 to £2 10s ; W. Thomas, bullocks at £4 4s ; J. Graham, bullocks at £3 5s Gd to £3 13s ; J. Hall, bullocks at £3 3s Gd ; T. Thorpe, bullocks at £3 14s ; R. H. V„ Allnutt, steers at £2 12s Gd to £2 16s Gd ; White Bros., cows a...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

GrENEPvAL NEWS. I Burglars entered the premises of W. Jones, an oil merchant, of Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, on Friday night. Finding nothing woilh taking they amused themselves by practising on an unlocked iron safe, by battering it to piecc3. Said an Irish policeman at the Water Police Court on Saturday morning when asked whether anything was known against a couple of bottle gathers : ' There is a list of convictions against them for stealing bottles, your Worship, but the people would not prosecute.' In Melbourne on Friday a man named 3; rank i ol lard was sentenced to four months' hard labor, with out the option of a fine, for cruelty in beating his daughter aged 9. The Armidale Gas Company ia negotiating for the carriage of a lot of pipes via Grafton, as a consider able saving is anticipated, unless tho Railway Commissioners make some concession. A child named Porter was entangled in a cream separator at Quirindi on Friday when in rapid motion. Both its arnas were broken and a...

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Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Land Sales. (Gazette Supplement, February IS.) The following lot3 of land will be offered for aale by public auction, at the undermentioned places, at the time, and on the days specified, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively. Deposit, 25 per cent. At the Land Office, Bingara, on Wednesday, April 18. Mujichison : 2 country lots, parishes of Capel and Piedmont ; situated about 20 miles south-easterly from Bingara, bounded on the west and south by tho leasehold area of the Piedmont Pastoral Holding. Ares, C40 acres each. Upset price, £1 5s per acre. One portion is party within the Piedmont goldflold. At the Lands Office, Warialda, on Wednesday, April 18. Burnett ; 1 country lot, parish of Cox ; situate about 120 miles from Warialda, fronting the right bunk of Hughcy's Arm Creek. Area, 20 acres. Upset price, £1 10s per acre. Owner of fencing within the portion allowed 30 days from date of sale for its removal. At the Lands Office, Invorell, on Wednesday, April 18. Ahrawat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

JAMES KERR, COMMERCE HOUSE, AUTUMN, 1894. First Shipment of Autumn and Winter Drapery. ? o ? ? A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY of DRESS GOODS DP3o3n Ssrges, Fancy and Dsagosta! Sergssj, S(lk S!S5jt4ures, Sergerettes, SIocIieiiq^ss, Brocaded Klixturss, &c., And all the Newest Materials of tlie Season. ? 0— — ? In connection with the DRESS GOODS, special mention should be made of the Large and Varied Assortment of DRESS TRIMMINGS of all kinds. Dressmakers should avail themselves of this Stock. . A Very Handsome and Richly-Trimmed lot of LADIES' CLOAKS, in all the NEWEST SHAPES. SPECIAL PURCHASE of BLACK CASHMERES. 'Wonderful value; good Blacks. One exceptional lot, worth 2s lid per yard, now offered at 2s. All kinds of PUR GOODS in Boas and Trimmings. One noticeable feature in the DRESS GOODS is that almost all the materials are - to be had in BLACK as well as Colors. i MILLINERY. The Purchases for this Department have been made with unusual care this season, and the stock to be offered...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

The streak across tbe sky, commonly known as the milky way becomes a thing of beauty when re produced by means of a camera. The clouds of countless stars, each one a groat sun in itself, assume an added brillancy that one would hardly suppose exists when looking at them with the naked eye. It requires four hours for this collection of heavenly sparklers to make an impression on tho auper-Bensitive plate of a camera, and during all this time the camera is moved by clockwork to keep pace with tho stars as thoy seem to be winging their tireless way through space. The great comet of 1882, which startled all the world with its long tail, was reproduced with startling effect. This comet has a tail 100,000,000 miles long, and will not bo again visible to the inhabitants of tho earth until 800 yours have passed away. Among the Hindoos gambling is regarded on a certain day of tho year as a religious duty. The use of the pillory as a method of punishment was continued in England as late as 18...

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NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

NEWS BY CABLE. j A |telegram from Capetown -Mtea that Major Elliot has been instructed tf anii-jx Pondoland, iu South Africa, on behalf of Great. Britain. A manifesto has been issued by Commandant General P. J. Joubert, a member of the Executive Council of the South African Republic (Transvaal), urging th* burghers not to forsake the Transvaal for Matabeleland. He declares that Mr. Cecil Rhodes, the Premier of Cape Colony, is trying to surround the Transvaal with the object of destroy ing its autonomy. Intelligence has been received trom uamoia, in 'West Africa, stating that the British have cap tured the native settlement of Gunjur, on the coast of Gambia, and burned tho place. Messrs. F. L. Cox and G. McCulloch have been appointod London directors of Bayley's Reward mine, Coolgardie, Western Australia. The latest betting on the annual boat race between the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge is 5 to 2 on the Oxford crew. Mr. J. Theobald, Conservative member for the Romford divisi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

.O AOrb T0 LEND' in large and OVUV/JVV V small sums, on approved security. NORRIE & LINDSAY, *?'' Solicitors, 548 West Maitland. MONEY TO LEND, in large or small sums on approved security. ARTHUR R. SHAW, . Solicitor, 016 West Maitland. ? J. T. '17. ESG-GK ^GJ-EIVT AnsfrnHieu Mutual Fire Insurance Society. Established 1872. ' '2 ' 1 5? ' a« sx ?- ' M _ || SIlHiiiSi Ig % jsd&s^Ssi^i ii eg IIIIBWP 1' ifcilUP 11 Head Office P'TT and K5MG STREETS,, SYONEY. OlKost Mufua! Fire Office in Australia. Bonuses. — 20 per cent, paid annually since 1873 ; divided between Shareholders and Policy . holders. 15 Days' Grace allowed for payment of Renewal Premiums, a protection afforded by no other Fire Insurance Company. Hon. GEO. THORNTON, M.L.C., Chairman. WALTER CHURCH, Manager. J. T. TEGG, Agent, Town Kali, 7578 Hs.qh-street, West Hailland. THE MUTUfiL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF VICTORIA, Ltd. Established 1870. ?Registered under the Companies Statute, 1864, and Life Assurance Companies ...

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Gresford and Paterson Markets F. G. BROOKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Gresford and Paterson Markets T. O. EROOKEU'S REPORT. House and Landed Property. — Agricultural farms are enquired for either to rent or purchase. I expect to offer a few compact properties shortly, o£ which particulars will appear in a future issue. Fat Cattle. — The demand is confined to prime cattle, but prices asked by vendors prevent private sales being effected Springers. — Choice young cows or heifei'3 are in demand, and realise excellent prices, other sorts dull of sale. Store Cattle. — The demand is chiefly for good forward New South Wales bullocks, although young mixed cattle of a good description realise fair prices. I shall be glad of particulrrs of any lots for sale. Fat and store pigs are iu brisk'demand, particu larly stores, which' are very scarce. I have buyers ior an uulimited number at prices far in advance Df late rates. Paterson Association.— A limited supply forward this week, and buyers were not so numerous as usual owing to the flooded state of the rivers, an...

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