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The absorbing issues before the convention were the Texas fever and the overstocking of the range.
In Derby and Nottingham apparent understocking becomes the exception and overstocking the rule.
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The overstocking of the labor market has become a menace to many trade-unions, especially those of the lesser skilled workers.
A failure may be experienced by sudden rash speculation overstocking the markets there, and raising the prices against ourselves.
This will not only head off the dry-farmers from overstocking what little range is left—it'll make a dead-line for sheep, too.
I say it all comes from your overstocking and returning hooked fish to the water.

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