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A DISPUTED FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

SA DISPUTED FORTUNE. The ighlannder, an Inverness paper of 17th October, 1874;-has the follow1 ing :-" John M'Niven) of Islay, emi grated to America, and- settled in Massachussets, where he bought land at a low fignre, built four distilleries, and made an immense fortune. His sister, Rachael M'Niven, was married to Donald' M'Eachern, of Bridgend, and on the occasion of this union John sent Rachael £2,000 in specie hs a mar riage gift. They were the parents of Donald M'Eachern, whom many of the present generation reetemberlas being at one time in a good way, and with a large family, at Bridgend. John, the son of the second Donald M'Eachern above, is now one of the chiefs in the large shipbtilding establighment of Robert Napier and Sons,/ Glasgow.; and Captain M'Eachern, of the Glas gow Highlanders, is a great grandson of Rachael M'Niven, the favorite sister of the man who made the great fortune. The younger M'Eacherns, of Daill, James, Neil, apd Robert, the sons of Peter, went to Aus...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

• GEELONG . STATION -PRODUCE : MARKET :' March 0. Messrs MELIAsnH, VINES AND Co. report : WVool.-There was a. fair attendance of local and'metropolitan buyers at. our sale to-day. We'offered 20 lots of wool;,in all about 40 bales, and sold 31 bales as ninder--Greasy fleece; 9d to 10.dl; greasy lamnbs; at Sal. to 9.d ; greasy pieces, 6d to 7; (;daggs, 'at Id per lb ; scoured wool, at 16i . Sheepslkins WVe offtred'6312 sheepskins to ^day, ?wiich, together with 150 sold privately, 'bringi our numboeriip td over 7000 skins. Competition was livel3; and we effleted 'an entire clear --nce of all isit two lots at undernotcd prices, viz:-Full wools60d to 72d; i;est pelts, 244d to 394; otlhers in proportion ; lambskins, 224d to 30d ; station;. station skins, 7$d to sd ; washed skins, 10.d, per lb. Hides. We sold 813 hides, awhich, together ýtitlh 137 sold privately, brings our number tip to about 950. Our" sales are-Damagdd hides, 3d' to 3d ; green hides, 4d. to 44d'; .weot salted, 44d to 5d;...

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A WALL OF GOLD AND SILVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

W:WALL 01 QuLDT AN SiAND L N Cdlifoinia or rater in its si r Sta Nvht Iiar aihoi diivoovrcxe Sins a p'c iheri a ze ienof actual real wealth, before V hich the 'wildest stories of the Cortezs l.:t~, or the most'fanciful pictures of the ' Ara bian Nights," become dull, feeble,;'pro saic fects of the past. In the early days of California and Australia, m,-n talked of thousands of pounds as ol:I world folks spoke of shillings; and vie have wondered at the terrible extravagance of men who lit their pipes with £5 notes and drank only the rich and gene rous juice of the grape as provided by the widow Cliquot. Up to the last of June the totaLyield from the Comstock lode during some fourteen sears was 200,000,000 dollars. Now, in one strike in thel Consolidated Virginia and Cali fornia mines there has been opened up a mass of bullion, silver and gold, valued at over 800,000,000 dollars. If it extends through the Ophir, as it ap pears to do, the gross value will be nearly 500,000,000 dollars....

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

GEELONG LIVE -STOCK '`IMARKE T.' MSara 9.;' iMESSR81MEr.isIr , V'INES, -& Co. report : Fat Cattle.-A fair supply to hand, (jiuality ranging to prime. The attendance was not large ; competition was however spirited,' especially for -best pens, some- of. which realised about 30s per 1001bs ; medium sorts' a. little. easier., l'A Sheep.-- The :number forward; although. not large, was more than ample for the:demand, the trade having sup plieson hand, and 'butfor the help of the graziers a good proportion would have passed in to the owners for good: sheep, of nwhichl there was only a sprinkling, prices oere firm at 'late 'quotations.' -Our: sales were for Messrs 'A. lDevine .'and others, 106 prhnime wethers at 12s 6d; 70imedium do at 7s 6d,; 66 do at 7 ; and 40. fair. quality' ewes,, at 5s 7d. Fit Lamlis. -About 200 penned, of fair quality; this nuinber, althoughl small,, was in excess of requirements, as far as thd trade was concerned; the season being nearly bver. WaC sold on a...

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A NEW ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

A NEW ENTERPRISE. It appears that the energy and capi tal of some South Australian gentlemen are about to.be devoted to the opening up and settlement of a portion of this colony, which hitherto has been almost a terra incognita. Yesterday, Mr Donald Maclean, a. Soith Australiai squatter, waited upon the Minister for Lands. and, made application that he and several other gentlemen whom he represented should be allowed to take up under lease a large tract of the mallee scrub country, sittated' in the south-western portion of the co)ntry of Miliewa. The total extent obis coun try is close upon 2.000;000 acres, and Mr Maclean stated that if reasonable terms were offered by the Govelrnent, he hadn0o do:r.it that the whole of the land would be taken up. He stated thiat a large quantity of similar country. had, been leased across the border iut South Australia and was now -being turned toprofitableaccount. The couns try was, ho severi totally unfit for agri cul'ure, and even to fit it fir ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

MELBOIURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. . Mareh 10. -JoINs., GEo. -DoU.HsAiTY, reports:-:Fat ': Cattle-=1370 forward as the supply for-this week, consisting of over 700 from the north,. and albout 610 from the aiestern district and: Gip sland. The sales opened at a reductions - , but whenk the northern me to be dsbiospi-s ., " sh.ber of 1 - re cleared out as stores;anid'at Toi . ':IThe reniainder of thd fat cattle were no d in value,oand the market closed at "d c advaeice Qiuotatiotis-Best- bul ens of: 12, £10 10s to £13; best S , :6 to £8 ; odd: ones at higher of y dsales were--130 bulocks from station, Gippsland, for Mr James t the .top average of the week; '109' f f the hon.. T. TCuonings, Knotoc? static :for?Mr Ashton, to .£13 12 6d'; 16o do "i r Mr M'Kinnon's- Merida Yallsockl S'statin, o, to .£il 17s 6d; 107 do for ? Mr Pierce, GO Cri, to-.£11:15s; 72 -cows for ,do, to s 6d;'and:some odd lots, Fat Calve.- eri 100 ysayed, selling at reduc : tiof onla ates..: sold.- A ;draft for Mr BuI B ...

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QUEENSLAND. GREAT FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

{ lvAT FLOODIEO l" ? IJhi..ban, (p4ipr q htFelivgiry 25 :`r t:;o :-"' l'h "ei,,pinrnan~e. of liervy r:ji rss lifipf ite whole of Ti's dlivyni lit (23rd Fieb:.tiv)' resuilted; as huald bee? anticipated, in te heavy flood. TI'he rainfall in thlie24 lidur? precedipng 8 o'clock= on ;Wednelday niorniing had attained the uriPrecetidtoed hiire of 11.45in. The tokens of what had hap pened up the river in that direction were plentiful enough in Brisbane, the river bringing down quantities of debris. The rush of the current caused the Alexandrina, barque, moored at Mies.s J. and G. Harris's wharf, to snap the warps, but her anchors being speak, in readiness for such a con tingency, they were quickly let go, and brought her up in the stream, after inflicting some injury ion the 'harf. At all. the wharf stores the removal of goods was briskly push,dI on during the day, and by 5 o'clock yesterday evening things were generally in a good condition for any conceivable additional rise' in the flood....

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

SE A D M 0 N Bi YE j SIXL'lCNt?E will h i I iven for ltie ilead of dcBey SHAG( until further t lice. EDMTUND COOPED, 1!on. See. Colue Fioh ABclilwitisatiou Society. ,TO SELECTOiRS, LICENSEES, AND LESSEES UNDER 'T'HE LAND ACTS 1'1'. T. HANCOCK is prepared to fill up forms and anplications for all transactions onn0cted with the oceepations of Ln-'. N 0' I C . All ACCOUNTS of- long standihe for wirich.ills have been rendered, will be plnced in the hands of ouri solicitor for collection. J. WOODS & Co. Deer. 14.. ?'OLAC TAN E RY HIDES BOUG0HfT/f .y quanti'v. BARK WA.N'Ts TIIONIAS INGLIS. Colac, Nov. 12, 1S74. DR. TASSELL, S..., St. And., nI.D. Univ. Melb., M.R.C.S. Ent., L S.A. T.oId., Morn ber of the Medical Society of Victoria, SAY be consulted at his residence, neat the Public Gardens. Colac. 0 STANFORD AN Gh~CO, i Colonial Agents for the Sin'g-e, GG. turing Companyt'?: Corner f Bourke and Ruasell : N.B. MachinesI?aired imr ROD TSON D rinions, A Coli?n.o or ? ari ?'¶UiE offic...

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THE PASSION FOR DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

THE PASSION FOR DRINK. SOME extraordinary instances of the insatiate:desire; or rather morbid im pulse to drink are mentioned in a paper on "The Insanity of Inebriety," by Dr George Burr, published in the New York Ps?chological and Medico-Leqgal .Tournal, of Decem ber, 1874. Dr Bush records a case in which he says, in reference to an habitual drunkard in Philadelphia, who, when strongly urged by one of his friends to leave off drink ing, replied, " Were. a keg of, rum in one corlner of a room, and were n can on constantly discharging balls be tween me and it, I could not refrain from passing before that cannon in order to get at the rum." One of.these cases described by M'Neish in his " Anatomy of Drunkeness," as quoted by Dr Ray, also illustratgs this feature. A triend of the subject of it painted to him " the distresses of his family, the loss of his business and character, and, the ruin of his :health," to which 'he' replied, "My good friend, your remarks are just; thoy are indee...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

Row.~- n 9ixd Dccember, 1874, at Ports mouth, m re, England, Mrs Mary Rolw, gec?.6, and mother of Mrs James Rills, of lao THE ,HERALD, WITH WIICH 1S INCORPOA.TED THE ." COLAO OBSERVER.' " ublished on Tueoda!y and Fridr?i evenings. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1875.

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WRECK OF THE GOTHENBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

WRECK OF THE GOTHENBURG. By the arrival of the A.S.N. Co.'s steamer Leichardt we are enabled to give the particulars respecting the loss of the Gothenburg, gleaned from the joint statements of those rescued by the Leicharat. T'heir names are-H. Nel son, fore-cabin steward; W. Byrne, lamp-trimmer; J. FHulson, coal-trim mer; S. Hermonson, seaman. Fine weather was experienced until the 24th February, when it came on thick and hazy, blowing strong from the N.W., attended with violent squalls, with tLunder and lightning. At 7 p.m., d,.ring a violent squall, the steamer struck suddenly on the rocks, which proved to be Flinder's Reef. She went stein on, and bored up with such force that when stationary there was only 2ft. under the forefoot and 5 fathoms astern. Captain Pearce at once ,,rdered all empty casks to be brought aft and then filled with Wvater, to bring the ship by the stern, and when this was done the engines were put astern full speed, but without the desired result of backing...

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

COTIIPbN11; FORa Y.UL u I o. 1T1 -A-T. iRgistered as a ! or,?'rr;r!l Tle 1 periodical ma ~·t i:"" Shs5a th 1 haripo th ive fi'yenc r nt:Lkir l ntnl l, l tc"1ý."` f :'rI- .*l](S ' oh. oi Iecrsionu-}" ,owl, ofz O et o alps f o+'(1 D ri h pt e in V Th'ie ncennmiu~t cd I;riIl Two Polj`:np. ,)5ni nrh AND) lOU:;c .0. l} Iebcntures, Louts o11 i'irst-CWSs Secnritites 1Z 'he N1EWV 13BY LV' ;Policies not ior;end : premium, if the sunrender yenrly prremium. Every element of ST' iand rROFIT is to 1)e folll Iand workiug of this so~ t SENT-COL AC,' AN UAL 310M EA. TEE, M.U.l The annual meeting V committee of the M. held at the Town-hal Tuesday last. There n ie?nt; three-Messr 1 and Williamson. ?logies from the tv epted, but not frort .nson, of the WVimme. The Grand Master fliamstown) gave hi ;ding an epitome of la dons, and some remarl nceived would be coif Ifare of the order in tfL SIcolurse of his addre owing summary of red by C. S. Hart: pts from allsourcesin I £50,523 3s 2d, an, S,607 is lid,...

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ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

j 2$ At ni0 iiiP tt( mr:: Eolvod to.· I 1ii'" tirl in wOF!,"" ""i":.lb ti) " Innl'itrs bits wer.2 Nr bioriteli I~nit ;S I~ii pl it diii o x-die 's nci nili - hciitursliii 01 h io 0 p1.o..it.~n fl;;01 a~ It ut~tcriiticO, to !iir Vi.;e ';iii Ga.thu took ',eitii fouro! ."t'"' timel limos . crig iii\: 1111 lliltC IU (l' ncoptoll 'iii Gilt,., I iit ;Nitti iht..I; WI:s so ioth~si m: C iii it ulic. S~~l~ tlelilc to -ioir ttimi 'attn. tc ' Gait hil~h Ot t1iii~ttuli tO t~im^t0 - S tim " Serjeannt aia?eltine, who has ted a rief to detend the Guicowiar from te cIarc brougt a ganst I im by rotne tdia Goverlmenlt has left London tor Bombay. It is undorstood that hris fecis 6,000 neas • The nVcw 1ror ~~,~~rlOs states .. a number of bets were macte he bids for piews in Plymouth C would fall off this vear; but, coetrrv, they have risen. T vxtLutions amount'"; ..^. 4he .,a 12.S80 do. ; for choice rear;/ the total rT'* fiust choice " year, but rinh, There ur- 5 U0 h' " A visit 1o hle house has rev.'t...

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

JLIL.-lIA'A 111\' s'1l'OCI MARIiET. March 10. .lta?l't, l-ois'i Si NANT' fEiosN;io report: The stock yarded werc-2J3 cattle, 16 calves, 8423 hleep, 1374 l:uubs. Fat Cattle.-- light inulnber came forssardi chiefly good quality with a fair proportion prille, but nearly all liinht weights: There was a fair attendance of buye1 r ind. the market opened at an advance of fnly l 10s per head, which was well maintaiied for allgoodl seasonable cattle, except at the closing sale, when prices eased to about last week's rates. The weather was intenselyc hot,- whichl of course had a pre judicial ;effect on sales. Quotations-Best pens bullocks, £11.10s to 14 7s G6d; goi'l iio, £9 to £11; meodium.£7 up. Cowa at pro portionate rates. Folloring ire averages of the. principal mobs--sir J. lIowatson's 16 hullocks £12 2s-", S cws £6 14Is; Mr T. P. ErL:ey's ? ?ilocko £913 (id ; iMr (1. Aunder sosn t o £tis 3d, 11 conrl £6 s 10dl; lMr A - . tiewasrt's 3S hullocks .£8 s .3d, 17 cows £6 12s (;d ; Mlessrs J....

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COMMERCIAL. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

COM{ 1 1E/ ICA L. I3ALLARAT W' O1 1NALEL PRODUCE. l.l rch l l. Messrs Everh?ci hmln.(Ire edicld &. Co. re ort :-A large supil, of produce of all kinds has been forward, afd prices for wheat and oats are slightly l,,;'or. arley continues about the sqame with a gooI:dlnmtnd. Hly and straw are fitlly it excess. Potatoes hlve been very short; -and prices have ad vanced. We qohte -W-heat" 4Is (id to .Is 7d: o.tts, :3$4S to -h; t1:arley, Cioe, 3s 10d to .s, Lioglish, ts to 5s 03 : peas, Is 10d to Is" ton.cr hay. 014 & It4 la f chaofsorts, .t 1(- ti £3 's (I: sitraw, 22's 6d too s flor sIhceat:eoa, ato 0s for natcn ; potatoe", £3 to C3 1ls.

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SALMON NOT IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

SALMON NOT IN TASMANIA. A little while since we announced that Mr Andrew Rutherford purposed proceeding to Tasmania to catch a veri table salmon, if there was one to be had, and generally to take a view of what had been done for their. acclimati sation. Mr Rutherford has returned from his trip, but with no salmon. He visited the breeding ponds at New Norfolk, and found there has been a mistake made in importing ova of the bull trout instead of, as was supposed, brown trout. He ascertained this ract by going to Emu Creek, where the supposed brown trout bred in the cite ponds resort. He found he could ratch none of the fish with tha fly, to which brown trout always rise, and on inquiring ofa farmer at band, he found that the fish would take grass hoppers, or meat. Baiting his line with a grasshopper, he took one of the fish about 18in. to 20in. long, and at once ascertained that it was a bull trout, a species which in Scotlandtihey give 5s: reward for every head produced. Splitting th...

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ANNUAL MOVEABLE COMMITTEE, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

ANNIBL MOVEABLE COMMIT TEE, M.U.I.O.O.F. The annual meeting of the moveable committee of the M.U.I.O.O.F. was held at the Town-hall, Geelong, on Tuesday last. There were 65 deputies sent : three- Messrs Hallow, Ran 6il1 and Williamson--beng absent. pologies from the two former were 1- eted, but not from Deputy Wil en 'Gson, of the Wimmera. honu ;i.e Grand Master (P. Power, of Au illiamstows) gave his address, in sixt ding an epitome of last year's trans the 'ions, and some remarks on what he wii eeived would be conducive to the ler Wifare of the order in the future. In we l course ot his address he gave the °ldv owing summary of statistics prc li d by C. S. Hart :--The total re cl. ts from allsourcesin 1874 amounted .£50,523 3s 2d, and expenditure in ,607 is lid, leaving a balance of ht. ipts over expenditure of £4,916 Is is The total number of members ad in ed during the year was 1,324, viz., "otiation, 1,008, and clearance, 316. total number of members who left 50; by clearance, 2...

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ENGLISH [?]EMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

c c nt , i, ,?th ?. .e r s 1 Le At au a, " t - . e Dean o'-res". . he p r cen le solved to surcel" Tc } et.d tlhe( t do tsn in wri? ? masto rs last \1t;t. it is , t i ite;r i atc ton thz e' on .tr ttA Stho titc : i s- , in Icp w b|1 i ,itlitl t'oo 1i" !en P......", so vast. was? tn' old i. an i .Ii? C'' tl. t ,is ca 0ia0 lte: ? throng";' u"t, il" '.: rn the hous.. , ou -ou Ii* 'ach n1 iet with insiO e s o eo"nt heeros. , i'ei oten'I tear t ra1C,0til , c whoee.s' cived - . ntit, who hots M" ~SerjtŽ~nt ~;lr dt~ ucwr n~ccpteda 'nbrief to d\ekr h ~l from~ tli4 li~cllgcs bvouS1: ioalflbt I~im I by the Ini oiu onY et a Ifartoj London i'o S 00 o hs ki * ltha his fee is ( 0 goneoSn8 3the Z~iV'' 1U~ sttSta bids for puWS in would fall ;tOf t, contrrY, thcy vahliatiops .:ao0

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CAMPERDOWN RACES. THURSDAY, MARCH 11. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

cAMPEBDOWN BACES. * TaunsoAy, MAnCH 11. (From our own Correspondent.) These raes werrevery. succesfll, ard the Weather kcyt up, although it wis very th.reateing. Tie contest for the Cup was a fluea one, and resulted in favor of Postboy by about hnf-ahead,.Fairy-taking second plac. The Steeplechase was a very event 'i tl race, eiarlyv d the .o's fell, and Iu, Lpuiel ·ha1d to ho.tahcu nP thu monrse. The 'course was very heavy. Thefolloing i the re.dult of tlh various eveent:- Janck v T V. I.. Atf"l" . 2 The Sih.?h .. . ................... 3 Black Ea'gle * . . . . . . I F, LY1(U STAKIU. , 'Z i rosfboS y ... .... .. ..... . 2 Seagull ... ..... .. 3 The Shah..- . ..,"'" S MPDES CUr. I postboy.'.;"" ... .... 2 airy .);: ..........-.. 3 V ' illier3 blon .O.b"i"s'"""" l SELLSG EACE. Thie wae ., rov or MIonte ? Chr. i :-The ,STEEHASE. Co n'Om.... - ; .d .: .... : " loby .. S , .. . . .

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

FOF. MUTU LI, ItriseglreI ads a rlvrvs t~to1O t g="'"}re tn*IDi' the vec)Yc' r 1 W c ::c i 1S131. atdt·r }nvr g "SAY~,s~. \) CiIi' eXrre, cI epa' (1firh a 1, I 'fo 111csDne~~,D j h~ e'~ Ient nrcs ,S /. on O"ntfrc s of -r milln L "n. 1 t :o n 1 selprty cisrl tlm°ent ý? ''ra y Vcrcnutf ll \tl' ',Le vo Illc\Dltl' sD A : A v r CoO.D .s fl o e.e I~bntrs Loant of 0lrt :he AGEV 131 STORE CATTLE: ATnALTON AND FORIES have been instructed by Mr C. C. Rawlins to sell by Public Anution, in lots to suit purchasers, ON FRIDAY. MARCH 19TH, A'T COLAC,. 200 SUPERIOR STORE BULLOCKS. The Auctioneers can with confidence. recommend the above cattle ; they have been selected from one of the best dairy herds in the Northern District. 'iThis offers an opportunity to Squatters, Farmers, ana Others of obtaining a rare lot of cattle in very forward condition. WALTON AND FORBES, Stock, Stateon, & Commission Agents, BENALLA, p- UBLIC NOTICE. The Partnership hitherto existing between the undersigned, tra...

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