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  2. [?]AITLAND MARKETS, &C.

    [?]ness has been rather more active during the ask, and on the whole transactions have been [?]tory, several hours' rain have fallen since [?]ort, and farming operations are likely to ...

    Article : 1,165 words
  3. SYDNEY MARKETS.

    Stations.—No auction sales this week, but note several private transactions. Fat Cattle:—1826 were drawn for, of this number 1145 were penned on Monday, the quality being from ...

    Article : 3,783 words
  4. COLONIAL MARKETS.

    MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET.—In breadstuffe, wheat is firmly held, and only outside parcels can be got hold of at even the slight concession which has been made of late. We learn that ...

    Article : 227 words
  5. ENGLISH COMMERCIAL NEWS.

    The mail by the P. and O. Co.'s steamer arrived on Wednesday, London dates being to the 22nd April. Closing quotations for Bank stock were:—B[?]nk of New South Wales, 59, 61; Bank of New Zealand, ...

    Article : 913 words
  6. GUNNEDAH MARKETS.

    Stations.—Sales of a most satisfactory nature continue to be made with suprising rapidity, and the business of this week has been characterised by perhaps one of the largest transactions in pastoral ...

    Article : 339 words
  7. MAITLAND AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS.

    Stations.—Large sums are finding a ready outlet in this class of investment. Capitalists from the sister colony evince a desire to extend rather than diminish their purchases, and have already secured ...

    Article : 3,308 words
  8. TAMWORTH MARKETS.

    Stations.—There ia enquiries for well-situated properties, and have buyers for places with about; 10,000 sheep. We completed the sale this week, on account of Abraham Cohen, Esq., of Lindsay and Birrery ...

    Article : 593 words
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