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According to the most recent Australian mail, at a sale of stud sheep recently held in Sydney, N.S.W., the ram Royalist, bred by Mr. W. H. Gibson, of Fairfield, Tasmania, was sold for 1,000 guineas, the buyers being Messrs. Moses Brothers, of Cambadello, Moree. Royalist is by the famous ram President, which realised 1,600 guineas last year, from a Fair- field bred ewe by Silvermine. Royalist was the champion ram of the yards for two-and-a- half-year-olds, and won the champion and special prizes at the Midland Agricultural Society's show in Tasmania last month. ENGLISH WHEAT.—The harvest operations in the extensive growing district of South Lincolnshire are progressing most satisfactorily. So far there has been no rain to seriously interfere with the work. Several samples of new wheat were shewn at Sleaford market on Monday, and the prices had an upward tendency, from 328. to 33s. per quarter being given. Farmers are hopeful as to the prospects. In the Fen district especially the crops are exceptionally good, and with the continuance of fine weather the present harvest promises to be much better than last. |

THE TROUBLE IN INDIA.

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IGOSSIP FOB LADIES.

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NORTHWICH.

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Cfjester Stock anti Sftare…

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