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  2. LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS.

    SIR,—My attention has only just been drawn to the copy of a letter in your issue of November 1st, containing queries respecting lightening conductors, and, as it is a matter involving the satety of life and property, I take this liberty ...

    Article : 920 words
  3. MAITLAND MARKETS.

    DECEMBER 20.—Business is reported by most of the leading houses to have improved during the week both with town and country. Some of the retail houses, however, assert that the town trade is unusually dull for this season of the year. The arrival of the ...

    Article : 820 words
  4. ACCLIMATISATION PASTORAL COMPANY.

    SIR,—Having observed in your issue of to-day, that a meeting was held at the Chamber of Commerce yesterday, for the purpose of endeavouring to introduce some of the Chinese sheep into the colony; but, from the very meagro ...

    Article : 426 words
  5. STOCK AND STATION MARKET.

    Fat Cattle,—There has been upwards of 700 heed of cattle in the yards this week, most of which were of prime quality, The prices obtained were from £3 6s to £4 each; one choice yard of cattle realising £0 4s per head. All were sold, and prices upon the ...

    Article : 148 words
  6. [THOMAS CADELL.]

    Stations,—Many capitalists are desirous of buying good healthy sheep stations, not fully stocked. Fat Cattle.—Market glutted. Boiling rates are now the value of cattle. Any cattle very prime will realise an advance upon ...

    Article : 210 words
  7. [R. G. YEOMANS.]

    During the week some very prime cattle has been submitted to public competition, and amongst the various lots sold by me was a splendid draft the property of George Loder, Esq., of Abbey Green, near Singleton, whose [?]ame as a breeder of first-class ...

    Article : 393 words
  8. A PR0LIFIC BREED OF SHEEP.

    If we are to suffer from an influx of a semi-barbarous people like the Chinese, and we confess that it is very difficult to say how this is to be entirely prevented, there can be no possible reason why we shall not take every legitimate advantage of an ...

    Article : 1,356 words
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