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FARMERS' COLUMN.

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FARMERS' COLUMN. + Mr. Gladstone, Mr. Forster, and Mr. John Bright concur in most unqualified and determined hostility to the general ™nor of the Select Committee upon the cattle plague, as tend- lng to a monopoly in the meat trade at the expense of the con- sumer. The Committee of the Privy Council are not at all likely attempt to carry the restrictions upon the importation of live "Cattle to the extreme lengths advocated in the Select Committee s IePort.—Mayfair. Mr. Andrew Murray, F.L.S., the distinguished entomologist, arrived in Liverpool on Friday, Aug. 10th, for the purpose of Squiring into the circumstances of the importation of two living Specimens of the Colorado beetle into Liverpool, having been instructed to make a report upon the subject to the Privy \ouncil. The second was found upon the sail of a New wrk steamer. It was taken to Mr. Moore, the curator of the Derby Museum, who at once identified it as the dreaded insect. He advised that it should be destroyed, which has since been done. Mr. Murray has concluded his investigations, which have not Suited in the discovery of any more beetles. After conferring Jrith the dock and custom authorities and the deputy-mayor (Mr. t. Whitley), he has recommended that the utmost vigilance be Splayed in regard to ships coming from ports infected by the Pest, and that copies of the coloured representations of the animal be plentifully distributed amongst those who have to do th the landing and discharge of cargoes, so that the invader Hay be easily identified and extirpated without quarter.

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Trade Intelligence.

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ABERDOVEY.

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BARMOUTH.

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