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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

MIELBOUIRNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 29. Fat Cattlc-1481 came forward for the week's supply, a fair portion of which were of good oiseful rjuality, and the balance con sisted of second and medium deseriptions. Best sold equal to last quotations; mdedium aud inferior sorts were dull of sale at slightly easier rates. Best quality bullocks realised from £11 to £12 17s 6d; second, £9 10s to £10 10s ; inferior, £7 ; coaw, £4 to £7 15s. Averages--Messrs. T. F. Patterson anid Co's, Wrallamby, 220 head cattle, bhllocks £8 2s Gd, cows £5 1os 5d ; Mlr. M'Milhan'sSl1 hllocks, £8 lls id; Mr. Foster's 111 bullocks, £10 Os 4d. Fat Sheep-lS,953 peiimed for the week's supply. A large numloer of tlem were of good amd prime descriptioams. Sales were dull throughout, and prices receded froai h to ls Gd per head from last quota tions. Best wetlmers roalised from Ils to 12s Gd; crossbreds to 15s ; a few extra, 21O ; good do, from Os to 10s ; second, from 7s Gd to Ss Gd; inferior, 6s Gd ; best ewes, 7s G...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

SPAIN. Dou Carlos and his staff entered France on the morning of the 28th, and the p?rty were entertained by the French General Poncee], at :Bayonne. GreaLt enthusiasm prevails a?t Madrid, aud prepa'ations are being made to give King alfanso a grallnd( reception on his return to tlhe calital. Alfonso will go to Sebast~ian in a few days to receive his notiher Queen Isabella.

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

FRlANCE. Tile result of the election for the deputies, held on the 25th :February, is decidedly in fahvor of the Radical Republicans. Si. Buffett, Minister of the Interior. who had been defcated, resigned his position iin the Cabinet at once. When completed the Chamber will stand about as follows :---The Re publicans, 280 Bonapartists, 100. Tie renudnder of the se:ats are Mlonarchists and Constitutionalists of all shades. The Repinblicaus journals are jubilant, but the Bonapartist organs profess to ti ink that the victory will eventually further the cause of the empire. The tone of the Romuanu Catholic jornnals is particul:arly despondent. The political situation remained unchanged. The new Cahbinet will be formed between tihe 5O1 tind Sgh I8ot . Referriug to the recent assertions that President MacMB~aehon is disposed to resist tile Republicaus verdict as oroneunced in the late election, La Fraucais Seine, of the EnctA newspaper, says that the President is the last person in tile w...

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COLAC COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 17TH MAY. SPECIAL SUMMONSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

COLAC COUNTY COURT, WEDNESDAY, 17Tl MAY. OPECIAL SUMMONSES. Last day forisning ... April 22nd. Last day for serving ... April 256th. ORDINARY SUMIMOSSL". Last day for issning ... April Sth. Lat day for serving ... "ay1st. Last day for filing summonses, M[ay 6th; last day for paying money into Court, MLay 10th.

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GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

GERMAINYL. A Bill has been passed by the Rleich stag amending tihe penal code accepted by time German Federal Council. Tile al)poh~tmncut of Court dc Staborg Weinger'ode to the Vicnna "usbassador ship has made such an impression that it is said Bismark would like 1im as a successor to the clhancellorship. The Cosrt has allowed Count Von Arnim three weeks' respite on accouint of ill-health. Damaging floods have occurred throughout the country, being parti cularly severe in Saxony "amd Silesia. In I-Iungar'y, ?Pesth, Buda, Comnom, have also beel inunldated, causimg great loss of property mind some lives. In Schonebeck thirty houses were wrecked. A colossal statue of Bisumarck will be sent to the Cenmtemnial Exlhibitions at Philadelphia.

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GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

GREAT BRITAIN. "\iVuslow, the Buston forger, has 1)een nriested in London, ei route to H[ol Ili. id He is in duresse, atwaiting the arrinal of an otficer with propei papers to take hiun to Massaclnsetts for trial. Lieut. Col. Bnewo was elected 1\.P. for EAist Suffoll on February 23rd, to till the vacancy occliiioned by the suc cession to the peerage of Viscount H ecM lihon. MrI. P?ilip WVroughlton, Conservitive, has been returned for Beekshire in place of Mir. IBenyoii, ro signed. Mir. Denison, Conservative, be-it Mr: tristow, Libenel for Enast Attwood, Nottinghlamshire, on the 25th by 18 votes. The contest was a bitter one, iind tlieie were serious riots at the election by which many persons were injured. The Lion Hotel, tile head qnarters of the Conservatives was be sieged by a mob, anti the troops had to be sent there to restore order. The debate. on the Slave Circular was resumed in the H{ouse of Conminoiis on the 4ft'L. M[r. Forsyth, the Mfar quis of H-artington, Sir William i?...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

TUrE country is cursed with a sort of usijes political blight, it is weighed down under the rule of SirJl.Es M'COULLorCI, as though he were "an old man of the sea" on its shoulders. After tusring out two M[inistries, ste?fing their esti mqtes, p1'rtially appropriating the bud-! gets of their respective Treasurers, but altering or disguising those budgets as his own by embodying in them his paradeld "all round systens of tfaxation," lie abaundons that system and leaves the country with a deficit of £200,000. But he has not alone succeeded in playing thle iuischief to this extent, 1bu4 lis cpcrilmclntal financing in the interests of thle territorial magnates I which hie undcrtook-,--some say he was paid to undertake--to prevent their being made by Mrh. BERRY to pay a fair sha?re of taxation, has cost the country more than treble, quadruple, or many more times £200,000. If a proper and authenticated estimate of the cost of M'OULLOCuxIS to the country were made, and submitted to tie peo...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

A i%. 1 I \ A L OF TIIE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (CUaTIrALI.N .ASOCIB.TESL) I5llS TJLEOT.RAMIS. ) SYD-zE, March 29. The Mlikadlo ar:rived wit~h the Call fernian mails at 9 a.m. this morning, having on hoard a fair nuimber of pas s.:isers. Whilst on her voyage hetwees. San Francisco and I-Honolnli measles l-okc out amongst the passengers. The s?hlerser wree hLanded at HIonolall, osi the vessel was placed in quaranti n there, and aLgain at; Kaidavn. Tie following are the more impolnlll-ta ittems of Enropean news from the 24th to tile 29d Fohebrua~ry.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. \VWednesday Evening. . The Age reports :--An unnsally iliiet day has passed in the import markets, few trans actions of any degree of magnitude being entered into. Brcadstulls haning lan i proin , owing tndency, in t a decided falling-off in the arrivals of whleat this weck in consequence of fainrmers laving diverted tlheir'teams to ploughing in any districts wihee tihe recenact rains have renderedl it practicable. Wheat was dealt in to-day at 5s .Ad to is Gl, lags included, according to .ternis'and delivery. Flour inmet with a more - active inquiry, andl sales of choice country brands in parcels of forty to lifty tonnsihave hccn cffected at £11 1s. Wheat for delivery at Port Adelaide was worth fully 4s 4d '4s 9n. Flour, town brands, £1(i0 Is to £10 lSs: country £91 17s id to .C£10 5s. Oats were sold under the hammer to-day at *A T7d to 2s 10 for very common to ordijnary, and 3s to S Id for guood quality. I .aunccton advices received this aftern...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

CO B r AND C 0'S IROAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LEh'E O COACHES. 5xA COACIT CAMPERDOWN AID lCOLAC TO GEELONG. Day Conch leaves Camperdown every T'uesday. Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m pnassing through Colac at noon, and reachlng Geeolong at t Ip.m. Rota'rn dey conch leaves Cobb and Co.'s Inokinba Ofiice, Gceloeg every MBanday, \ecdncrday, auti Frida,', at 9 a.m. zN-IGH T MAIL. CEELONG TO ,APR.RNAMBOOT, AND IBELFAST. Doily, a: 9.5 p.m., Saturdays excepted. Witlh B1h mo otLine to hiMl'rrli ;\KE. CeAP:.', UT, PENS HURST. AND HAMILTON, - TIEStCETO MOUNT ('.t CMinliat AND ADEIAIDE,, VIA PENOLA. and all ijntert, riatle loot. tonr.s, leaving Gertetg every Monday, Wodnuesdy ant Frttonv at 9 501 p. o. Coechbs leave Cobb and Co's lo,,ki,,c Officm, Geelozl, daily (Satnrday ex,:tpted). at 9.50 p.m. for Warrnahbool and Belfast. retliu,'.,, sat,,t itlrilfL daily (Satultlays ex cr(ttl) at 10.1( a.s., on Samlays ati 4a.m. and f'oo VWarroambiol daily (Satar Iaias ex :eptei) at 1 p.m., on Sundeya at 6 a m.. ...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE REPORT. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

GEELOSNG STA'TION I'I'ODUCIE RE'O IT. ° March 28. Messrs. C; 0o05:r Svsx.ovr sonL Co. report : Sheepokins.-Thcre was as full attiendanoe of bltyers at our sale to-day, nod fair competi tion throughout, althougll prices were hardly op tolast wcek's qootatious. \We cleared all to haod, shouot 30t0, as follows--Iest pelts 2ld to 3lid each, mcdisium d .o I 1Idtst Pd do, station skins 4td to 6dd per lb, lamsslnsi is to 2s li each. ilides.-\Ve have no im prosement to report. Coinpetiiot is ex ceedingly dull, and prices remain the sasse as reportd lasst week. \We sold an average supply, wet salted iringing -ld to -Idl per lb, good conditioned do -i4d to id do, nl!d. cealfkins 4.d to 5.+d so. Tllow.-- e have dispiosel of 130 pipes, by anetion ond lpri vately, but have to report a slight decline on last quotations, oswing to unsfavorable news having been received as to the stttte of the hose smarket. lest msutton brog ght to £34 ls Iper ton, Issedioss do £31 tl £32 lOs per ton, beef £29 to £...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

B-ALLAiAT LIVE} STOCK MARKET. March25. Messrs. O'FAsnneLL and So-s report:- Sonplecs for our yards were comparatively light this wreek, having comprised only 82 horses, 151 head of cattle, and 165 pigs. In point of quality but few of the lots wsre above ordiuary. As the demand was strong a speedy clearance was effected of all service able lots. In the absence of adequate asp plies of first-e'ass stock a good many iutesito. ing purchasers were nnable to invest. Morses--The only class we!! represented was medium dranglsts, and of these there were not sufficient to provide for our ens tomemr' requirements. In heavy dranglts there was a great scarcity, only about half a dozen good ones having arrived. There was nothing worthy of special notice in the lighter casses. The demand existing for the follosiug sorts is extremely large, and on -this account their yalhe is certain to keep up for a length of timmie, viz,--Medium draughts, £23 to £:30: heavy do, £31 to £40 ; strong coalch, cab, an...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

SOUTHI AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, M:arch 30. A boat belonging to the siupl Enone capsized during a squ:al las?t 'ight. Four seamen are missing. Nothing has since been seen of the boat. The captain swainl ?Ls?ore. A letter from the Barrier .danges reports that 40,000 sheep died from want of water.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

NEWV SOUTH WALES. SYDO-XEY, M[arch 80. Thie Assembly has negatived the motion for day of humiliation and prayer for rain. Tile forthcoming exhibition1 ipoiiises to be the finest yet held hi tihe colony. M[r. Sippit's sawudill at ]Braidwood has been burned down. Ilncendiarism suspected. Rain is falling in various southern and western districts. MI'Leod's pirts' have .rrived in Cook Town, and they have confirmed M[ul ligae's report of the richness of the goldlields. Large hlumbers are leaving for the new fields. The Brisethoe has arrived at Cook Town withh over 300 Chinese on boeard.

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WEDNESDAY, 29TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

\VEDNcSD)AY, 29'sr ?lAocss. A considerable aimount of practical busi ness was transacted by the Assembly on Wedisednay evening last. The further addi tional estssatbs, however, principally en grossed the attention of hon. noimbers, and in introducing those the Treasurer made a brief statement rospeeting the state of the linonces, and the means whereby it was proposed to tide over the year iin the face of a large dclicit. Several questions of ihn pot?ance were raised during the discussion upon the estimates, which amuounted to £87,030 beyond what had been previously voted, last the various items were agreed to writhout alteration. Fortlier additional estimates, asnounting to £88,306 7s 10d, were submitted to the As aemeslybl y the Govenmimsent. The Treasurer, in sisoving their adoption, made a brief state macsit as to the steps he proposed to take during tle recess to meet the deficieny whicel, upon his osari sheoaing, will amount? sit this ensd of the year, in rosusd issmbers, to £8...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

LI'l. lo LAT'l' VE·ASSESMBLY. It was exmcctedlast eveningtthat theTrea surer wouhl have submnotted his supploecn tary fijalncisl statement, but owing to the del;ate upons tile vote for Varnomnbool having boceu coutiused until after eleven -,clock. it could not hIe made. It is now ptated that Sir Jamses MI'Cullocls intends to, dispense wsitlh the issue of Treasury bills. This is only another mnansuvro of tile hen. semonber. He was aware thatit would bean additinal grievance of which tle House the country could wellcosmplain, so he in tends to lind his way out of the difficulty 1b some other enoons. What these are, or wvhether there are really any, has not trans iuired. Sir James M'Culloeh is not concere d for tile corporate sonor of thle House unless he tsndos it answers his political purposes, and enatbles him to thrsst himself, his cros-wd of dlependent followers and policy upon the leOPle of tile country. This was manifested clearly welsen Mr. Mi'Kean renewed his ques tion as to w...

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

LATEST AUSTRAIAN, TE]LEGRAM'IS. (AUSTRALISN ASSOCIATEU PtRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. M ELBrOUN E, March 30. In the Assembly to-day Sir James M'Culloch statedi that Mr. Miniic's term of office as Agent-General ter minated next month, bnc that the offer of a renewed ters h1ad been made to him, bit no rceply had been received. The Supply Bill for .£841,000 was introdttced. Some discussion took place over the estimates as reportedt, and especially over the Philadelphia vote. The Council is discnssing the Mininin on Private Peoperty Bill. MIr. Walter Sherwin was fined £100 a t tile Police C(otrt to-day for smng gling cigars. Probate was granted to the late MIajor Bell's will. The property was vhilulcd at .£327,000. The Brough Smythl enquiry wast con tinued to-day, and adjourned until to-Woerrow. Witlealt is vet-v lirtn at Is fid to Os Gdl.

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TORRES STRAITS MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

TfOINZES STRAITS hlA IL. (AUSTRALIAN ASOSCI~TED PRESS TELEGRA.;MS.') * SYDNsY, March 27. The following are additional items by the Torres Straits mail : Lososx Feisruary 4. The next Presidency of the United State is exciting much attention, aced the tepnblie cans are divided on the claims and merits of Messrs. Fish, Blanc, and Gecnral Grant. The democrats support Gove:nor Tilden's cry, and America is evidently bent on re trenchenent, whlle~the tariff billlately passed is proof of a strong inclination towards free trade. The Gcrman Parliament's opposition to Prince Bismarek is considered to be increas ing. They only voted a modified consent to the Penal'Code A4mendment Bill, and, conse quent on the revolations made, the Arnim clauses were rejected. The clauses are in a Ineasure directed: agaiilst the Communists. Mr. Disraeli's health is feeble. The verdict at the incquests on the railway accident on the Great Northern railway line censures the directors for their system in conducting...

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COLAC ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

The aniual meeting of the Colac Race Club took place on Weduesday last, and must be considered to have been a great success. Theattendance wasismore numerous than on many former occasions, tIhe fields of horses 'were above the average, and the racing itself was very good indced. Wed-. nesday.mornieg broke fine and clear, but as the dcly advanced it became evideoit that the fine weather was doomed to ½,-'?1, pass sway. About 11 o'clock the wind got up, and "rude Boreas, that blustoring railer," indulged in high jicks. Clouds of dust were to be seen flying in all directions, and this was particularly noticeable on.the road to the course. However, though the sky be camne greatly overcast about 3 o'clock, Jupiter Pluvius did not gain the ascendant until about aquarter past five o'clock, just after the finish of the last race. The min then came down heavily, accompauied by a severe wind, and the pleasure-seekers were just caught on the return home. It wss astonishing to observe witll wha...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 31 March 1876

NOTES AND ElJsN?T aS. Mr. George Cotterell's entertainment at the Oddfellows' Hall on '~Tednesday evening last was not very well attended, but this was owing, no doubt, to the extremely in clement weather which prevailed during the evening, M?r. Cotterell's was particularly i happy in his character impersonations. The various selections from "Quiz" created con siderable amusement. The singing of Miss Isabella Carandini (MIrs. Cotterell) was of a superior description, and certainly equal to anything to be heard out of Melbourne, Piriseti's ballad, "I love my my lore," was the gem of the evening. This lady hlas a very powerful organ, and well knows how to manage it. The pianoforte playing of Mr. Lewis was very fair indeed. This gentle man also performed some very clever feats of legerdemain in a very neat manner. He caused great amusement by making a paste board figaoe of a sailor dance a sailor's hons pipe without any aid whatever. Taken altogether, the entertainment is one of a supe...

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