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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

'AGRICULTURAL NOTES.' (FRoM OUR OWs COREiSPOXDI)ET.) How the mother country has soffered from drought m:.ty be gathered fromt the fact that during the past two years niearly 16,000,000 sheep were swept away. The increase,' however, nearly mtade good the losses, the total last year being 46,503,4t;0, In 1885 and 1886 the sheep increased by 7,500,000. During last year the wheat yield was only about 4( bushels to! the acre, while ms 1887 it was about l 17 bushels per acre. This year's yield pro mises to eclipse all previous harvests. . The orange industry of New South Wales is imaking a great stride, as will be shown from the following figures :-;Ten years ago the acreage under the orange was 4287, and now it is 10,851. Last year the yield was 19,694,000 dozen oranges. This year, nearly 4000 mtiore acres of trees will be in fruit. Neiv South Wales requires to cultivate 65,000 acres more of oats to supply her own wants. A steady and ever increasing demand on a constantly diminishing tim...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. --------9 -- MELBOURNE IMAOLtKET REPORTTS. Messrs.-Binny Nicoll and Co., chaff mer chants, 56 Spencer-street, rcport:-During the past iveek there 1'"s !?,.n a sligh change in the chaff market. Deliveries at Spencer-street have fallen ofe consiterahly for all sorts, consequently ipriccs have im proved somewhatl. Prime green is in great request, there being vePry little coming for sward. We nnote-For first rqnalit £4 10; ntcilum, £2 les to £t ; inferior from 30= npwnrds. The wheat marl:t is very quiet: prime milling to 4s 5dl. Oats have firmed slightly. hest New Zealaid "i s el ; bran 8 ,I. pollarnl 9d. The Fresh Fodl and Frozen Storage Com ptany. Limited. G2 ]iournke.street west. MiTl hourne, report, Dec. -Ith :--'hese.. prime matured lots. tid ; good new ,dairies -fdIr to ,d : medium 'I.l to t11,. P atted hu!ttor. good dairies 5t to ,ll ; mtelitm 4 ,1 to 5r1. Fresh bntter.v rimednirie 71 to 9r : m?liinm .ltd to 7i.. Egr=, Is Ofli it Is (Pld. tsecon. town sid...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

DEATH. JAMIESON.--On the 5th inst., at Riversdale, Kerang, John Thomas, eldest dearly beloved son of John and Lucy Jamieson ; aged 18 years and 6 months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

W?ry REMeIN D ?-If you have failed to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to the Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne. 'Their new, scientific; entirely successful and painless Electro-Medication treatment com pletely cures Deafness, Noises in the Head, discharges; etc., no matter of how long dtandirng. Ear drums no longer necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free. N.B. -All our appliances and remedies are patented throughout the civilisedl world. Anvr.) Cr?LnaREe's 'HErs.--Having a very large stock of Galatea and Sailor Straw Hats, we have reduced sev-eral lots 'to the following prices, viz., Gd, 9J, ls, is 6d, 2s6d each; some of these are worth four times the re 'laced 'price, .and will' sell out quickly. Kniclcker Suits.-We have received some very choice lines 'in Tweed, Worsted, Serge, Drill and other materials for the Christmas trade. Our Children's Boots are at least 10 per cent. cheaper than elsewhere. A' new.shipment ex Carthage just arrived.-MAez-?o and Co., Sand...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. CONDITION OF EMIN PASHA. TRADE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. THE EX-EMPEROR OF BRAZIL. THE LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. THE ATROCITIES IN ARMENIA. LONDON, Dec. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. CONDITION OF EMIN PASHA. TRADE OF TIHE UNITEI) KINGDOM. THE EX-EMI'IEROR OF IRAZIL. TIlE LA]BOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. AFFTAIRS IN IRELAND. THE ATROCITIES IN AlRMENIA. (FROM ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS). Loxnox, Dec. 9. The strong manifestations of public grief which were made on the receipt of the intelligence of the serious accident which happened to Enlin Pasha shortly after his triumphal entry into Bagomnoya, have been allayed by the daily bulletins, -which show a considerable improvement n the Pasha's condition. The injuries sustained by Emin Pasha in the fall are not nearly so serious as was at first stated, and the bulletins declare the patient's condition to be hourly improving. The trade returns of the United Kirng dlomn for the first eleven months of thle present year show an increase in the ex ports of £12,000,000, and in the imports of .40,000,000, compared with the same period last year. Donm Pedro the Second, ex-emperor of Brazil, has arrived at Lisbo...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

y'ublished Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDA Y, DECtEM1BER s1, 188o. CIIARuITARIL. ENTEI\TAINMENT. - This evening, at the Mechanics' Institute, a dramatic and musical entertainment will y be given by well-known and favorite I amateurs for the benefit of Mr. F. J, Is Dellow, who, through no fault of his own. I is now in very unfortunate circumstances. Y An excellent progrnamme, fill particulars e of which are advertised, has been arranged, which, apart front the deserving object in view, will no doubt attract a crowded shouse. The entertainment -"ill open with the farcical comedy, "Thie Artful Do'lge," Sthe clharacters heing undertaken by menm t bers of the Dramatic Club. After the t customary interval, a number of vocal selections will hie given, the whole con. cluding with the amusing farce, " Thomp. Y "o'n -Dead," h t-i- -tT?-- eramlu Crown; -Popular'prices ar aniiounuced. KERANG AND KOOND.OcOK TRAnMWAY. At a meeting of the committee, held last evening, the tende...

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CRICKET. KERANG v TRADESMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

CRICKET. KEIANG v TRADESMEN. A match was played on Wednesday after unoon between teams representing the above" clubs and resulted in a win for thle former, on the first innings, by 13 runs. Thie following are the individual scores : KERANG.- First innings. Field, b Moyle ... ... ... ... 7 S. Patchell, e Smalley b Millman ... 17 T. Pay, b Moyle .. ... .. ... ( Dr. Stoker, b illman ... ... ... 20 Rev. Collocott (capt), ib Moyle .. ... 0 Walton, b Millman .. .. ... 7 O'Brien, b Moyle ... ... .. ... 4 W. Patchell, b Millman ... ... ... . 4 Breen, b Moyle ...... ..... 1 Rutherford, c Moyle bi Millman .. ... 2 Bell, not out ... ... ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... ... ... 2 Total .... ... .. ... ... 71 Second Inuings. O'Brien, b 3oyle ... .......... Pay, c Smalley b M'illman 1 Stoker, b lillman .:. 7...: ...7 Field, not out ... ... ... ... 15 Patchell, b oyle ... .. .. Breen, b Moyle .. ... ... ... 2 Collocott, not out... ... .... ... 4 Total, for five wickets ... .. ... 37 TRADEsMEN.-First...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

Tr'do . Addresseos. THE VWHOLESALE a'LOTBING CO. lT.%.,"ýý ý:%, ý ,S"2t - B/r.L.i1 L n Y E GS TWEEDS COATINGS' TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. *BLUE and. FANCY SERGES. SBLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND l EINOI OUS STOCK. ALL E Assortment of SPRING an .. SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the baest ever seen in the colonies. As sivsal we have a large staff of the est Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL P . O-TWEEDTOUSERS (to order), 12s 6d. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Montrs. J. T. MIDDLETON, b re General Man ger. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND IABI TMA0KE : I[EGS Respectfully to notify the public Maker, at Wellington Street, Kemng, and by strict attention tobuisiness. ant guaanntee as to perfect fit, hopes to share a fair propor tion of public patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Cloths, Coatings and all necessary materials ,n hand. INSPECTION INVITED. 9414 .JOHN M'KA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

Amusements. KIER iNGC- & KOONDRlOON T'RAMWAY. E XCURSON TRAM will run to Keomn drook on SUNDAY NEXT, tle 15th inst.. leaving Kerang at 2 o'clock sharp, anil lKoonllroil:, on the return journey, at 5.:20 p.m. (By ordier) D. G. 15ATT1R5Y, Manager. Shire Hfall, Kerang, 13th December, 1880. 9738 IN TIIE OLD COUL'N:Y- SCOTLAN , ENGLAND & IRIELAN)D, At the Mcha:Lics' Institute. BOXING DAY ! IBOXING DAY ! ! TRIP TO) TEII MU1IAY. A PICNIC will be hielh at Knoi lrook, u ler die auspices .of the t. sx • -s- I..a.o- ---? -_- Train leaves Kerang at 11 a.m.. returning from Koondrook at 7 p.n. detuin Flare: Adults. :s; children lnd-l" 1., iealf price. Tickets from alil businese people anid mm bers of tile Order. The well-known meanaicair Ithlitry. F. Toonier. nlas:,r, w':l make an t xeurciron about 20 miles lup th11 Miurray., lanlinig shoit ing and fishing parties on the way. tpi-:ing them uip on return. liand antd refresianeit. on board. Return Fares. 2s il ;: children, half pric...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 10th Dec. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

SANDHURST STOCK IAIKIKrET. Tuesday. 10th Dec. Messrs. R1. O'Neill anm Co. report : Cattle. --012 yarded, including 125 stores. Quality mostly inferior beef. There was an 1aerage attendance of huers.hl t the market through out was extremely dull. at a rirlnetion in price from late va'nations. We quoot--lest pens of bullfcho £7 to £9 5s , light :an: inferior. £1C to .CI: onws. £4 1I0 to £r;. Calves --.1 pen~cl. Qualite. medium to ronnt. !est making £4; others :lOs to 50s. Shtcep 40l; penned. about half this num ber lcing stores, balne ?r medlium to ,?od mullttoll. Vwnh a fair proportion prime. The market was fairly well attended by local and outidle buyers. and prices were firm at lest week's iates.-We qnote-Cio nbred wether, !)s to 11s tid : ewes 7s iton 10; rmerino cetlhre S, to its (il ; rwe\? I to is G(;,. (Our :!es wrl'e 100 for Mir.5..iDowd-eom aeiack wetihers to 10s 6 l; ewes. 1Is ; and shorn lambs at 7i 9i1; and sunlrv lot of stores. i'is-P-I rr?e on Thursday last showre' a co...

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COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

COHUNA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) From the number of harvests that prac-   tical farmers have seen in this district a   fair estimate should be expected as to the   probable returns per acre. This, through   the various reports and surprising diffe- rences in the crops, is no easy matter to approach with anything bordering on ac-   curacy. Some paddocks will give, and are giving, six bags to the acre, others barely two, and in the latter case there are   paddocks where the straw is four feet six inches high. Those writers who say that   rust has not materially reduced the re-   turns must gather their views from   favored localities, or they touch upon a question they have not studied. The production in this district will be one- fourth less than the expectations of a   fortnight since. Early crops have com-   paratively escaped, but any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

Lega!. " ý-i. i If ,.J.~i SOTCITOJIS. ELDON CIIA-MIERfl, WELLIINGTON ST., KE lANG. nndl at S.a,.lolot nnd Mlelbourne. TP.IST Mf)NEY1' TO LIEND, runt' of ;l1O0 *oo. 1(l;. ow , an freeold1 or (Oorow Lca7.r. honl S1coitioo. £100.00f 'T0 TEND. IIn ono snit, on: roralohtI security. BRO WWN. ETTiS()TN Lt CO. (Mlciob~r: :.--1. ; 11(,ltTI, C. F1' ]'1. K~lN OLTCITOf'1T0 C.'ý\'0\. '1 OI'TS. 1'Pr0C. MITT.E0 O'IITZIT. Co ouoi"i onrl for lti. :c7,00o1 0 TLEND, Oin Freeh::l l nti Troosiophl zronriticr. T.O\WE S I' INTFA1TIST. T IE Of ice is ui l 'r t!hP I)(~týhrnl llnlnnrr 111001.1(1f I17.1':"C O'BI111I , "loe 1 rto ý1 o -ll e"- CTTLlTN'Si HOThl1. 9537 'V1 Ti~·cih Alc~roiiais TVlTT1 fiTi*TiT1Ti'VP,, A ROT-ITFOCT iED TrT'i\SflD Sr?'VTY0O;. Senrosltr RSi!Er r. RtRA.A--r i T.TP, Pro'.rrnc of nlrriaer nuildlrn? I CTOb I""',1(,1 T'TWTT. f yO nr 11111s1 1" - !:n t r . . ^,0111'^r: r!::rioo flu" noel 1 1· ' "'°t;^"1 -':11 : 1 r r n, am now1o WI1 '1"o0. 01n.^ n:, "fl', , ldar?.lli^"r1 I9Fnrar ·F r ; 1:1'...

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BENEFIT PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

BENEFIT PERFORMANCE. On Friday evening last a large and appreciative audience assembled at the Mechanics' Institnte to witness tile en tertainment given for the benefit of Mr. F. J. Dellow. The performance opened with Blanchard's amusing farcical comedy, " The Artful Dodge," by the Keraug Anmateur Dramatic Club, the cast of characters being the same as on the occa sion of the production ofthe piece in June last, viz :-" Emily Wilton," Miss F. Ieale ; " Susan Smudge," Mrs. Bowman; " Mr. Gregory Grudge," Mr. A. Ellis; " Timotheus Trundle," Mr. T. W. Bell " Tom Toddle," MIr. W. K. Campbell; h1onorable FIederick Fluawell Fitz Fudge," Mr. J. J. Graeme Smith ; " Nudge," Mr. WV. Davidson ; " Demos thenes Dodge," Mr. D. Morrison. The comedy was very evenly played through out, the performance being in every res pect quite equal to the previous represen tation. Tile ladies, Miss F. HIale and Mrs. Bowman, acquitted themselves with marked success, their efforts being keenly appreciated and most...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. * --4- ItFIHiITi A*nOvE: S?mc'r. L?Evh. BY TILEGOILPII.JI ? ilouday. Mumimyv. ft. in. Albury .. .. .. 4 (; Echuca ... 15 2 Swan Iill .... . .. 12 7 Euston ..- .. .. 20 0 G(ouraur.n.. Symour .. .. .. 8S ticancxrnrnGEr. \'agga .. .. .. 7 0 -ilty .. .. .. 11 0 al nal .. .. .. 11 4 f).sur.l" .. SMenindie .. .. .. 12 i Wcntiortlt .. .. .. 18 t10 Wilcannia .. .. .. .1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

SWn-a.ReatuLx DEaF?-If you have failed to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to the Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne. Their new, scientific, entirely successful and painless Electro-Medication treatment coon pletely cures Deafness, Noises in the Ileal, discharges,. etc., no matter of how long standing. Ear drums no longer necessary. Advice nmi descriptive pamphlet free. S.'B. -All our. appliances and remedies are patented throughout the civilised world. :ADw.) Wanted. :?-TT? YrED, good Man as groom and use . -.ful; able to milk. Apply this oelice. S9734 Notices. IKERANG RIFLE CLUB. M EMDBERS of the Kerang Rifle Club are requested to note that the annual gene ral meeting will be held at the Kcrang iHotel on Friday evening next, at S o'clock. Intending members are invited to attend. J. W. STIIANGER, 0753_ Secretary. NOTICE. OWING to intended dissolution of partner . ship, all nceounts owing to the firm of lfall and Jose, Blacksmiths, ierang, must be paid on or before the 1s...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

Puh!islhid Tuesdays and Fridays, wrru WIcEIcKLY SUIPPLIEMINT. I'UESD.I Y, Dn_:..IBEi 17, IssO. Or the few measures "." specially affecting the farmers which were passed during the last session, the most noticeable is " The Vermin D)e struction Act 1889." It came into operation on the 30th of November last, and repeals all former legislation for the suppression of the rabbit nuis ance, with the exception of those sec tions relating to the subject which are contained in the Mallce Acts. Much of the old law is re-enacted. Owners and occupiers of infested land are not relievedl from the duties which were imposed uipon them' by the Rabbit Acts, nor fron tllh pnalties attaching to their nanl-faliihnent. But the owner of rabbit-infested country is now placed in a- better position than he has Iheretofor held. Henceforth the conditions under which he will proceed to clear his land will be far more re assuring to him individually than they have been, while if the systemni pre scribed by the n...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. NEW EPIDEMIC IN EUROPE. CONFESSIONS OF THE "JUBILEE PLUNGER". THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. LORD CARRINGTON AND THE IMPERIAL AUTHORITIES. THE DEFENCES OF AUSTRALIA. THE GAS STRIKE IN LONDON. DISASTER AT JOHNSTOWN. THE DEATH OF SEARLE. THE GAS STRIKE AT MANCHESTER. SIR HENRY LOCH. PASTORAL RENTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. LYNCH LAW IN THE UNITED STATES. MR. H. M. STANLEY. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. LONDON, Dec. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. NEW EPIDEMIC IN EUROPE. CONFESSIONS OF THE " IUBILEE PLUNGER". THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. LORD CARRINGTON AND THE IMI PERIAL AUTHORLTIES. THlE DEFENCES OF AUSTRALIA. TILE GAS STRIKE IN LONDON. DISASTER AT JOIINSTOWN. THE DEATH 01L SEARLE. TIIE GAS STRIKE AT MANCHESTER. SIR IIENRY LOCIU. PASTORAL RENTS IN NEW SOUTII W\ALES. LYNCH LAW IN TIlE UNITED STATES. MR. H. MI. STANLEY. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. TIIE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. (Fenos AnGUS ?.ND AGE COinESPONDENTS). Loxnox, Dec. 9. A new epidemic has appeared in Russia, its characteristics being those of a serious form of influenza. From Russia it is -- ,,vidLv; sporeading to the neighboring countries, and lhas aTl eiidy made' its appearance in Berlin, Vienna, and Copen Dec. 10. An action was brought in the law courts yesterday by Mr. Vero Shaw, a journalist, against Mr. Trischler, the publisher of the memoirs of Ernest Beuzon, the " Jubileo Plunger" (How I Lost .250,000 in Two Years), for the recovery of 5100. The pla...

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THE PHONOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

THE PHONOGRAPH.: Relative to the phonograph, an Ameri. can merchant, of Detroit, writing to his Melbourne correspondent, says :-" The phonograph is in daily use in our office. Only a few days ago Mrs. W. and a party of ladies were here, to whom I gave some reproductions of. music, as rendered by the band of the 2nd Regiment in New York, and also a cornet solo, as given by the celebrated Levy, the cornet soloist. The whole of it came out in excellent syle from the phonograph. We dictate a great many of our letters to it, which the typewriter subsequently copies at leisure from the dictation of the phonograph. If it were not so complicated, and the cylinders so fragile, I would, as you tell me you have no instrument in Melbourne, send you this communication by phonograph, as a speci men to be heard by yourself at some dis tant date, when the phonograph shall reach you and reproduce my voice to your ear. Edison has sold the right of manu facture to a company which, in turn, sells the p...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FROM OUR OW? COtRRESPONDENT.) The weather tluring the past week has been all that could be desired for harvest ing operations. In some districts har vest work is drawing to a close. Murch in convenience is being 'experienced. by far mers through the scarcity of harvest men. In the Bridgewater district red rust is making sad havoc with the wheat crops and the yield will be greatly reduced in consequence. The disease exists in many other districts, but the reports are not of an alarming character. How ever, some anxiety will be caused until the crops are cut. The general ism pression is that the harvest will not come up to the expectations formed a few weeks back. In one district acrop was expected to yield closeupon 40 bushels to the acre, but since the rain the average will not exceed 15 blushels. In Queensland the conditions continue to be favorable to the pastoral and agricultural interests. The late rains, however, brought about rust, and many crops have had ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE WOOL TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. AlI.TA3OUItNE WOOL TELEGOIAM3S. Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., telegralph as follows under yesterday's ,'1'0 : - We If fered 2700 bales at our wool s.ale to-day, to the usual muster of boyers, and sold 2000 bales. Competition was very animated, op, to the parity of London prices, the tonse of the market indicati,?g confidence in the maintenance of preent. values. Heavy. earthy antd buirry wools, however, are no glected, cwing to disapplintlig results of early purchases of this descliptio'. P'rice, all round were hboot equal to those ruling at our last sale. Thur.,lay. The New Zeanlnd Loan anld Mereantile Arency Co. offered a eataloyne of ohnil at their wool sale: to-tnaw. to a fall :atenlmnnce of hllvers. ('omunetitiot for his'l-lanss n1s rino 'al ssperior crisl'ss'1h ,sauls. in' ereaTe. isq? nroll. lt the marklt is mIIn wea-ker,n a lrp of frma a 'nll-'on -nnr f, a penVny 1eing nmntiecasl, all ?a?ln. msartisy. tarly in sconrred and wnashe' awl fa?ilt greasy....

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