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COLAC POLICE COURT. THIS DAY. (Before Messrs Dennis, Rout, and Coulston.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

COLAU POLIu E COURT. Tuis DAY. (Before Messrs Dennis, Rout. and Coulston.) D. M'Andrew v. John and Willi:am Sullivan.-Assault. Mr Hancock for plaintiff; Mr nButler. for defendants. Mr Hancock stated the ca.e to the Bench, and called the following witness to prove the caso was true: D. M'Androw deposed that he was manager of Pirron V'alloak station. The elder Suillivan was working on the station on the 15th inst. Both of them came, and asked who told Mr Arm strong that the young Sullivan had cur the bullock dray. Said that he did. The old tian told the son to get off his horse and "gie it to me. The young one squared up to me .nd threatened all sorts of things, such as "ripping my g-s out," and "smashing my b- y brains." They then went away. Cross.e±amined: The accused first used strong language. Did not call the boy a h----y scoundrel. Had n thistle hoe in ,my hand. Swear I did not .attempt to use it. They did not touch me. . They stopped until the other men had gone away in order t...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

A UST RALI AN MLTUALPROVID ENT A u SOoIETY. ESTABLISHED 1849. .FO.MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, &c. SRegistcrd os a, C'onquoty having securrd tL E ins Vi.tolriq. DECLARATION OF BONUS. S(IThe periodical investigation just, completed shows the following grand result, viz, : Duriun the hve years cinded 31sl December, 1873, aticr paying claims by Death, and making ample Reservcs for the future, the Ca.st-Siurplo., or Profit, excceded a. quartcr of ,a million,- of which £235,185 (equal to ; Rec veirsiouary Bonus of £634,74-1) wras 8c atlpart for distriblttion namong the mrmbcr... . The acoumulated IFunld was ONI u 'l II.LKN Two l?vI DRornr AND Ni'sry-TIIREL Tuous A£rN TovNrs, safely invested in Government. Debentures, Ioans on Mort.gage and other r. rat-.Cla? Sccuritics. The NEW BYE-LAWS grant, unusual privileges. Policies not forfeited for iinoipaymant, of premimini, if'tlic surreuder value will pay one Syearly premium. Every element of STABILITY, .tcONoMY, and rrorrr is to be foundin ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

OUR0 local' hbfinems n i wa my ofto be hbir eomplmaimni f. the anner in which they are oeewionally?. done'" slihppry?bCiuetoe~t with ' liom the have ",de" lngs r.-! , timne.:to -'tian However,athey conteat tbeanebelreswith the.' tr ue )' ng'lizmiln s'..prznege- SGrin and: beaitr ';" This is.certainly ia vry pphilosophical 'ay oi 'taking mitteri btit isnot correct;one Thi apathy, in; fact, bholds'but a" pro wium' to diabonedtlv. gnd it'ii tiae' that some steps were. taken, in order;that a remedy may be devised forithis anoma Idus mide of conduri ting bu?siiies. The co-justice of the case csawbe met; by the formation of a local Trade Proteotion Society, which 'would betht, means of enabling the businoeasq mea to defeat[( the nefarious desns-wýi cbn so oftenr made tipon them. by parties irhiowidon't pay under- any circuinstances'. This society' should include the neighboring townships of Camperdown, Ondit, and Birregurra,ý or else it. would be almhost practically useless ; It will be w...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

sA BUSINESS. ~ ANDERSON S - -Colac and its vicinity that he IENCED BUSINESS ROYAL OAIL TI oper's as OF CO, AY COACTO C-7 Dispensing Chemist, COLAC TO y C :nowledge of every branch of the business Tuday, Thursday , ble ceonnection with the well known firm of passing through Cola ELBOURNE, and by supplying Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach LUGS AND CHBEMIZALS, Booking Office, G Wednesday, and Fi NGWednesday, a merit a share of their patronage. GEELONG TO " ,athic Chemists. Medicines and BRoo on S?le. BE. Daily, at 9.50 p.r With I MORTLAKE, URST,A ARCHER'S MOUNT GA MB1 VIA .,:' AND BAIT STABLES. and all interi?ediate p." Geeldng every MondayLOOSE BOXES. Friday, at 9.50 p.m. Coaches leave Cobb Office, Geelong, daily (Sggies always on. Hand. HORSES cars at 9.50 p.m. for Warrnal returning from Belfast d'nbss.. copted) at 10.30 a.m., o._ and from Warrnambool d~D SOLD ON COMMISSION. cepted) at 1 p.m., on S- rates. from Hamilton every MIC and Friday, ati 6a.m. MounstDuneedj Birregurr " :,' ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

COMLER ClAL. The Aq reports :-Business shows do rign of 'improvement; for a day or toe early xi the week there was a slight appearance&(of activity, but it was not of long duration& Breadstufls are dull, and only the smdllest trade transactions can be carriedtl rugchi Country flour is offering at £10^10sc but' nothing under is being accepted. '-Supplhes are large, but no parcels of any magnitude can be got rid of. Wheat is moving off at 4s T7 to 4s 74d for Northern. Holders evince somue inclination to meet the market, there being nothing in the present prospect to indicate the probability of an early reac .. tion riurtheir favor. Feeding corn is tatlie'r firmer, .stocks in dealers' hands Lhaving been .'llowed to run vciy low. • Maize is steady at 5s 9d. We learn that only 7t5 bags have arritcd iii the City ofr::cdelaide, instead -of 700, as xiesoieted. Oits arc quoted at 4s 2d. to 4s.3d for light dcscriptions, and up tot4s "6d for heavy. Cape harley is quotedr at 4s....

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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ANOTHER SHIPWRECK ON KING'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

ANOTHER SHIPWRECK ON KING'S ISLAND. The Melbourne correspondent of the Geelonj. A dvertiser writing under dhte of Saturday, states aC follows: Great consternation was doccasioned this -norning by the receipt of a tele gram frori Queenscliffe stating, that the barbue Blencathro, bound from Glasgow to Sydney, with an assorted cargo. had been totally wrecked on King's Island-on the night of the 3rd inst., southward of Currie. Harbour, near the site, and a little to the south of where the ill-fated British Admiral was wrecked. The Bleneathro is a newly-buiilt barque of 899 tons,, and commanded by, Captain David Nichol: son, bound from Glasgow to Sydney with a cargo coneisting. principally of spirits, beers; 100 tons water' ipes, a quantity of soft goods,'and '5a tons of gunpowder. Captain 'Nicholson states that his vessel ran aslord about 10 o'clock. on: the night' of the. Srd insL., about 100 yards 'southwiar'd of Currie Harbor. Some short time befoh' her striking a flickering light-wa...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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HOW DIPHTHERIA OCCURRED AT YEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

In }ý8oun:o tpodfvr r 1ihoptaon pruttac the p~lloprag -o~iipial niegtoi o, w uci e says 8a: been witli,= ' 'fThe fo~llwI ig 9~r~efplly aaooettamnedý fat rpios: certailyl 'teodto= show ;that tho diaeater os imported info that towo`; ship hyrotita Wic0; 'M'ra M6:11N aiarH~s nsifar, six months old,' was the irst cpesi The mother and child on, list= T Year'a Dar:lef lyea' traveflf li ~ca to vis it aoei"fri~fa" at 'lleeworc ,hout. di{y or. twventy five- oiles sdi tr,7tlhN,.n tbe;samne cb oh weri Iao iraydofhrtflailotc it CQ iº,ý4i1e;t;iti n talute fromd a `'ii~re Iatetdiby plyi jlost tecoveting lom c~iphtlaerben: On Vhs Vubollowiiuod'ay' .cid\~staken ilwt lih h'erond dcedt .alow nays after. Ti.rs lvNsinami herself, wBas th naiext: 'ccted,; ;hot sho~eo'dl . irecov lidtl; fPJ'Th bouriIniy 4eit itieilt"b b'ire, siiflceied . n't :iidi \iftin the illic riysutueredl'vrey~ sevurcl 'ccci cliildli'uc'jiidiu'iiuicik sill cciseiuitI. t?'icsit eild tu`++oie Ire; ftiicii,1 isitors dt i M'*nmarasphous...

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COMMERCIAL TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

COMMERCIAL TRAVELLING. BY A COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER. Few, indeed, but those who are con leeted with the trade have any' idea of what is embraced by those tw'o words. They represent the basis of large for tunes to many;, to others lost reputa tions and ruined lives; pleasant men mories and cheering associations to some, others curse the day which saw them first setforth as commercial tra vellers. Givjn a youth of natural avn rage ability, who has had a liberal education, pl ce him in an officewwhere his superiors re smart. husiness men, let him comnence at the bottom of the ladder, keep him at office work for three or foir years, then send him oa the roads fo a' couple more; and by this time he is thoroughly conversant wirb busines in every Shape, and is capable of 1anaging with success, under ordinay circumstances, any mer cantile en.eprise with which he may be entrusted provided he has come out of the ordl with' character unble mished, andlwith his god'l principles unbroken. But, oil!...

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THE LOSS OF THE STEAMER I A PLATA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

THE LOSS OF THE STEAMER I A PLATA. The following narrative of theloss of .this vessel in-th-.Bay of Biscay-is:by Cuthhert Hogg, the third en-ineer: :*" We left Gravesend on the 26th No vember,-in -the-La Plata, belonging to 'Mr Henly, otLondon,usifine .a vessel as you could wish, td sec. She was chartered by Mr Siemens, the cable contractor, and had on board 300 miles of wire,,to be: laid 'down between the Rio.Grande and: Chuke. We were seventy-five all told, and had for .oir commander Captain' Dudden, a,kind : gentleman and a capital sailor.. The weather was fine all the way down the Channel, and we were in hopes of having a pleasant voyage, but the next night it blew a gale, and on the following morning and afternoon it blew. great : guns. 'We were then making for the Bay of Biscay with all steam, and the nearer' we got the harder the wind blew. The ship was knocked about like a cork, and towards midnight the Ssea Began.to break over her. I was down in the engine-room in the morn....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

la e, 28'i(, JaI,„ ,: * lor It. O. Anr,.iro horse, AA off s!.ol S"near shoulrer. On •m . Tolen i, fc; h ke Comon.- 'i no visible l.ranmd;, .o ' ce, T'J conjoine ar ,n "", wd~hitef fteor 1I Sru'l"ip, l'oune hole off el1 viwlie iack and belly, n Soit cow, red eears, Pl' 1st -Pbru,:y, by Wmn' man, Ellerslij Comn" horse, brolen knees, 1i star on forehead; bl);l< - mat'ed, SE off shoulderl . ?, . hiead; bay mare, off I hind toot Iwhite, staroll- I colt, like oL near ihol fbrehe:ld. If not claimne I S paid, to be sold on 3rd: I r -Grey horse 0C Over' 4 ni dapple-g.ray draught ho' S :o uieid sholulder. C or GG Ue' ---------- star l narrow I leog wite, DW ner e' 171 L 2 1 l le0 St i , hEnd i l ittle wite oU off lillt tetk i :z V blotch ueer slhonlllet.; che: star :l"r snip, i'?.ll hid l i, CO B A f or 11 near hor lde l ci LM TI T a1 tniarp, feip wirte hairs it' OF; CO1 near hid l e it 1, ot' n&Y CO ACH SCAl oildei., gee " COL TO Shouilder; ches:lit horse a- ays (H1. coRjo...

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LEAVE MY NAME OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

LEAVE MY NAME OUT!.. (Fronm the Harford ;Po&st.) ..' One of the bores of neitiraperdot is the ýdaily processione of chaps - lho march into the ,editorial 'roai,?ts, juste after ' the' adjourntmei t of "thue police. cour ts, with htie request- i Pae ls ave i my name out of your police reports," and accompanying said- requests with explanations, which: prove'that the;fel lows are.among the most gited liars in the universe. - 'be thing is becoming monotonous:. It is useless to'tell thenl thliat' a- certaiih way to prevent the. dreaded publicaition is to behave them selves respectihly-in they come.riglit in tiumenext morning, with freshly blackened eyesand, battered bats, and with the same plaintive petition, or to ask "that we ai lsify the police records as to the ch'arater. of ths offence or the penalty inflicted. As before remarked, this is becomirig monotonous, and un ess there is' an early chabige we shall feel it necessiry to adopt the western style of corrections, of whic...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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CRICKET MATCH. CAMPERDOWN v. COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

CRICKEO T M1ATCH. CAt\ti'l'ED)OWN v. COLAC. -" ove. d:aove match came off on the ground of the Colae Club on Saturday last, and re sulted in most decisive victory for Camper down. The latter team arrived by special coach at noon, and after a rather long interval play was counnenced. M\'"I Aliiurr.iy cap taimied tlhe Colac menm, while i1r Tlror;tou' performed a similar duty for Camperdown. Meosers Wright and Dyke were the umpires. The Camperdown menl were the first to go to the wickets, Wiggins and Colburn being sent in teo the bowling of C. and:M. Mihtr r:t Wiggins soonl retired with aduck egg for his ;hare of the score, and his place was filled by C. Henry. Colburnl mnadei 4 and then his bolt was shot, A:. Scott taking the'bat in'his place. I[e, however, did not have much,.of a life, for lie very soon went back to o the pavilion with a duck egg. Mlaters were now looking anything but rosy for Camper down, when the Captain (Thornton) joined Henry, and very soon a difference in the sc...

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O'FERRALL IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

.O'FERRALL IN COURT. At the City Podli.e Court on FriAy before the. Mavyor and Mr Sturt,' Hugbh Jumes VinceOit O'Feaiall, lately a clerk in the employ of the Government, was charged on'arii'nt'rwith ?d~mbezlemnri" The ifoiniatiini :was' as follows': " Whereas an itiformation on oath has this day been:laid before the under, signed; one of Her. Majesty's justices ?f the peace in and for'the colony of Vic. toria, in that Hugh .ames Vincent O'Ferrall, late.otMlelbourne in the said colony; on' the 12th day of Jfine, 1873. at. Melbourne, in the said colony, he I, ing then employed as a salaried officer in the public service of Her Majesty. the .Queen in the' colony of "Victoria, and entrusteL dby virtue of such 'employment, with' the receipt 'of money, did receive and take into his possession the sum of. £24 for and in the name and on the account of Helr .said Majs't ; and also on the 2nd day of October in the same year, at Mel bourne aforesaid, did in the like man' nor receive and take t...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

;,,4NOTEiS A2VD VBENTS. . 'We have to acknowledge the receipt of "The Age Annual : aPolitical andStatistical iRegisterof the colony of Victoria." This is a very useful work, and contains a deal of iiformnnation reapocting the political statistica of Victoria. It contains tables showing the number of vote, on the new electoral rolls for 1874.5, and the extent to which the franchise was exercised' at the last general electiof. ;Th tariffs of all the AiuAtralian coloniesare given in a manner that, admits. of easy comparison. The Annual will be found to be of great service as a record of matters .political during the, past year... Applicatiohs :fdr licenses. undero the 47th section of the Land Act of 1869 in the Gee long district are 'gaizettod as approved : John Pierce, rural store; Cressy; D. M'Leod, do, Warrion; W~. O'Mara, do, Ondit; P. O'Mara, .:do,t Ondit; C. J. Wood, do, Warrion; Jolin Vilkinson, do, Cressy. The' following appliiations under section 47, Land Act 1869, for license...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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CRICKET MATCH. CAMPERDOWN v. COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

ORICTKEMT MATCH. "':'+ -----,,I? -- :CAIý ERI DO\ N v.. COLAC. I:" lj. above match canme off on the ground of the Colae Club on Saturday last, and re sulted in a most decisive victory for Camper down. The latter team arrived by special coach at noon, and after a rather long interval play wans conmnended. M if Mui'rry cap-. taiied the Colac imen, while 1r " Thornton performed a~ similar dity for Camperdown. Messrs Wright and Dyke were the umpires. .The Camperdown men were the first to go to the wickets, Wiggins and Colburn being sent in to the bowling of C. and:i T.: Mir'iSu Wiggins soonl retired with a duck egg for his share of the score, and his place was filled by C. Henry. Collnrr?l niadi 4 ond ther his lolt was shot, A: Sctt t king the'bat in his place. iHe, however, did not have imuch.of a life, for hle very soon went back to the pavilion with a duck egg. "Matters were now looking anything but rosy for Camper down, when the Captain (Thornton) joined Henry, and very soon a diffe...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

COMPANIES. AUSTI?ALIAN MUTUAL PROVI DENT SOCIETY, Estab lihed-1549.. - , FOR MUTUAtCIL1FE A.SSU RANCE, &c. The NEW- IYE-iAWS'and REGU LATIONS have cancelled many objectlsn able conditions of forfeituire, and . grant unusuaL privileges, viz:. --Leave WITH OUT 'X RA .CHARGE.to travel all over the world;. to reside in any part of the world .'istant nmore tbha n 5; degrees from the Equatord; and'to reside in any part of the ivorld if cirftain conditions ave been fulfilled. . .POLICIES NOT FORFEITED" FOR NON-PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS IF THE SURRENDER VALUE WILL PAY ONE YEARLY PREMIUM. Lapsed pclicies may more casily be revived, and policies of five years' dura tion inlisputable if age has been proved, and the life has attained the age of thirty. Funds on 31st:December, 1s73.-ONE MIJLION TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY : THREE .. THOUSAND POUNDS safely infested in Government Debentures, Loans on Mlortgage, and other First-Class Securities. N. MAINE, Res. See. Agent for Colac, P. C. WILSON. EVERY...

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PRIMTER'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 February 1875

PRINTER'S WORK.   T'he Poughkeepsie Eagle, writing on   " How Mistakes Happen in News-     papers, says itis very rare that type furnished' by two stparate foundries can be need togetheri wiihout a good deal of trouile;, thobgh they:iry to make it ifter'the same stiiiadard We read once in a whale of a wonderful piece of cabi net work orr- mosaic work, containing ten, twenty, or fifty thousand pieces; the S\ maker of,whic:has spent months ore en S ears of labour in- pro ucing Ait; an people go to s e it as a great curiosity; but . the most elabhnrte and; carefully - fitte~pdpiice of work of this kind. ever : mde dries not: comparewith, that wh ich the priniter does every day. The man who does the first's looked upon Sas an artist-a .mr.vel of .kill, and: if a huindred of his pieces are put in wrong sride upior tuin-d wirong way, it is not -o?Lbserved in the: general ieffect; but if the printer, in fitting,ten times as many :'pieces ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 February 1875

N CE. -All ACCOUNTS of lon~gstanding for wh'ich hiill havbe ten r,. dered, will be placed in the hands of our solicitor for collection. J. WOODS & Co. Deer. 14i N I C E. Mr Robt. Woods bas been appointed Collector foer this journal,' ad will wait upon our subscribers in a few days. -J.-WOODS &- CO. Colac, Jan. 15, 1875. IN THE TRUST ESTATE OF WM. STRICKLALND, or COLAC, BREWER. NOTICE is hereby given that Wil liam Finnis, of Colac, Auctioneer, bss been appointed by the trustees to collect all debts due to the above estate and his receipt will be a sufficient discharge. W. A. M'INTOSI , For Trustees. ý?:HE office of thoeClerk of Courts at Colac : will be closes ou the following days, when he will attenod at the Court House, Birregurra, to issue summonses, &c. Wednesday, 17th February, 1875. Saturday, 27th February, 1875. Wednesday, 10th Mar-h, 1875. Saturday. 20th Mar,:h, 1875. WVedr.esday, 14th Aprll, 1875. Saturday, 24th April, 1875. Wednesday, 12th May, 1875...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. February 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 February 1875

GEELONG STAi'Lt?: PRODUCE . MARKET. February 9; Messrs MELISi,s VINES AND Ce. report : We had nearly 200 lets of wool, sheepskins,. hides, and tallow for sale to-day. The at tendance of buyers was liot so numnerbus as usual, still prices srealised were .tolirably good.. Wool.--We sold several lots bring ing the latter price. Greasy pieces 4d to S;, greasy locks 21d to 3?d per lb. Sheep ..skins.-AWe offered about 6,000 skiis to-day; scompetition was tolerably good, and nrices iealised were s atisic!;-ov. Wec sold full woolled. crossbh:- ': G6d tto 72rl: ditto merinoes freigi 5- 1 . ;31: by ?Ih: lb 7-d eo S8 d...."Thbli? :. 3 : . l b i . h5 3' Sto. 7d:.Pel:a. ., :eiL-..a ~fm ,a to 13d' If i ·: :?~roa trifle Sowve ilie -, -. 5i. ides at -about5it e :is c s, " ?. 4 ;, salted, 4d t- o 6d. -altrow --O cO - i e-? gh - fat, i2Ad iendered d .s statiiedo, X£27 10s * 2to E29 10"

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 February 1875

stAL.LAR XT LiVE STOCK MARKET. February 10,. '1essr, I ilcr;T-a ANDLEroxaRo report : The stock yarded were-313 cattle, 12 calves, s,519 sheep, 884 lambs. Fat Cattle.-Ar moderateo. nmber camel forward, composed principal:ly of smoall lots of medium qunlity. fromn paddocks in the neighlborhood, lessrs Manifold's being the only good lot in. There was a good attendance of both town anud country Ibyers, but the weather being oppressively hot and unfaiior:able for the sale of beef, matters geerally were dull at a dc cline on late rates,; except for really primo bulloclks; which on account of their scarcity realised an advance. Quoiations--Best pns bullocks, £1l to £14 :s; good, £S-to it 10s ; cows not so high in proportion. Following are the averages of the principal .mobs Messrs J. and P. Manifolt's 2:i hullocks, .£11 10s 3d, 69 cows, £8 Is Gd ; Mr P. Thomson's 30 bnllocks, £7 Its 3d. Fat Calves.-Only a few .of meditc i quality in, which had a fair sale. We sold-6 for farmers, at from 16...

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