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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

t Ail1s sd to7 JR t5s I to as j * RO AI GUS S .A NIDA ead le bs ot of a car e, asonab SSaturday Evening ca rots scarce, 35t S1il?tf GENUINE: WHEELER AND .I , WILSON SEWING MACHINE is the only machine warranted to give satisfae '".?"ion. . We. respectfully ask the Public not to be mislead by the puff of our " Rival of frrmer year. , The number of-Sewing Machines imported (like other gods) 'is no criterion of the num Iber sold, the evidence of which lies in the fact:that Melbourne is.overstocked with the 'iuportatioils of 1874. R.- easons why the WHEELER AND WILSON' Sewihg Machine - , . I' far' superior to the ' Singer.": he W. and W. will do more work, and do it better deod be' . and W. is nich ni q durablo It will last ` lifetimeand uanfo years D DA3vithlbut :iepair. e EastV andW. is easioer to wgrk than the etont gos' lr. qs,u/fo liable to get our tu- t lnW., has no cog'wheel to ewear rchi '18 "y and break, as has the Singer. a?.)and\ HlY. has no havy miachinery- to S :"aid weary t...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

4zj LBOVR7NEEL VE STOCK MARKET: August 11. )al. Campbell, Hepburn; & Co: repoit: '.Ti. Cattle.--950 forward for the week, all of which were penned and sold to-day. The supply was almost wholly from GipptIand, and consisted of: good and useful to prime quality. There was a large atteridance of the trade and country buyers, and the mar ket opened briskly at an advance o( from 25s to 30s per head on last weel's rates, or fully up to this day fortnight's extreme prices, and closed firm. Our sales* were-18 cows for Mr J. M'Lachlan, Giassdale, Gippsland, to £9 7s Gd ; also, 12 bullock for Mr Richard Krcymlborg, Bairnsdale, to.£10 7s 6d. The following:are the principal averages :-Ty son's H?eyfield bullocks,' £14 5s; Kilmany -Park, £ll 17s 6d'; the Heart, £11 5s ; Bushy Park, .£10 l(s; Airley, £13 3s Gd; Linde now, £1117s; tambrok, £11 12s 8d; Clyde bank, £11 13s. Fat Sheep.--16,129 penned, chielly from the North, a larger pro Sportion than usual good to prime quality,' vwhich were...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

SBAnl,ARAT .LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 11. SMESSRS HEPIoBURN AND LEONARD report : The stock yarded were-294 cattle, 3202 Sic?eep. Fat Cattle.-Supply was a moderate cnei quality ranging from medium to prime. T'Chpre was a good attendance of town and country :buyers, and sales were brisk t~broughdon at fully late rates. Following are averages of the principal mobs-Messrs; J. and .P: Manifold, 44 bullocks, statiou .brcd, £16 16s, 26 cows, station-bred, £12; MIr rJ: Thonisom, 114 bullocks, stores, £12 l1s; Messrs. Robertson Bros., 82 bullocks, stores, £11 7s 4d. Our sales were--82 bul locks, all stores,: for Messrs. Robertson Bros., Colac, at from £9 7s 6d to £13 17s 6d, avesraging as above, Wand 3 cows for farhers. at from .5 12s 6d .to £5. Total sales, 85." Tat Sheep. -Supply was: the lightest for: very leigthened period, and did not include any really prime.. :In consequence of:th shortness of': the supply, all sheeli; at all suitable -for butches'., requirements weas readily' cleared...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

:. '. "" :;" 0.mtouth: WEha bae been o .. n f which was caused in onies, so of Oddfel!ows by hation:. sadden death of1 Mb Smith adnmirably filled by hips, Curtis to that office Is .... 9 genptleman for sever No 1 3s .Od ' oier duty to tongral No. 2 Is 9d k mitto ee? ti n So d . ..., the discaetio?ii c' t heTrih_ the services of sE I S H IS D The appointmiiel ry, but,., iý extra--Victoris, confirmed'itvoial, 2s 6d. S?tirme:idition. ."ihuPfl?'TIVE SYSTEM, c And its l7 in s4LJArLTH and DISEASE. repr4e aso'BE;NEY, F.?R C.S. Dic'r'. lMaryedical Staff of Her a {U'i oj Forcesthe Turkish SVictorian Artil cil 'cealled for: boeun. r Melbourne : the enhsiing year in0 ans: a~al. ' new Act;r Th i Ption. Council will afterwards ,talo" s There was not a greati rm?,) . disposed of at the -Cous4d ratie morning.. -Mary Care tasrg ' overlaidher child some so 104 Col brought up, eon warranti l '" husband, charged withf tr rtf} ? for him. She wa s bound the 4': peace, herself ino 50, and , . £25 each. A...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 1[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MAIl MESSRS MAELLISI, VINES, & Co. ret Fat Cattle--63 head yarded, a numbe inadequate to the requirements of the consequently prices rose from 30s head on last week's rates. We sold Alex. Lang, Ondit, 40 good quality e weight cattle, at from £11 to £17 7s 1 *bullocks, average £14 Os Sd; cos fro p 12s 6d'to £13 2s 6d, average £101 for Mr G. Hope, 2 bullocks at Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A modera anad prices quite equal to last we W " e sold for Mr C. J. Whyte, 'that good quality light-weight wethers Of at 15s and lls resptively; for M Hope 163 good 1aity small ew ill lid; for W. II. Bullivant, Bar 350 fair quality wethers ; and fo M'Intyre, Shelford, 161 ;ull ewes rates. Fat Calves.-Nlo goodcales ta Sales remain at about last week's Fat Lambs--In good demand, and coming forward. We sold 14 vr diffr owners at from Ss 6d to 15s,. Store Sto rWe have some lots ofattle under offer, have eiquiry for wethlersforfattening Veyin few sales taking plae' at present. l

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RECOVERY OF THE MISSING BANK NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

RECOVERY 01 ITHE HISINVG BlNK 1TOTES. The mysterions disappearance of the notes stolen from thei parcels taken out by the exchange clerks:of the Bank of Victoria on the 24th ult., has,been.at-lengh cleared up. It will be remembered, that the two youths, Griffiths and Ghiin, had charge of the notes issued by' other banks,..which they had.to pay over to the various institutions, and on arriving at the Commnercial Bank it was dis covered-that three bundles of notes, amount ing to £2128, had been abstracted from their bag. All trace of the propertywvas lost, and Detectives Black and Williamns failed to ob taiin a clue as to thi perpetrator, of the felony. Their researches, however, causes the pecu lations of Richard W'. Sawers,s another clerk in the bank, to be brought to light, and as he owned to having embezzled about £1400 . worth of' notes remiitted fromn the bank's ' country constituents, it was generally sup posed that he knew where the stolen notes could he found. However, eveoit...

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THE [?] WITH WHIC[?] "COLAC [?] Published [?] Friday ev[?] FRIDAY, AUG[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

THE wIT, wnhf L CIOLAC le JI'blishe Friday ep Y FRIDAY "ACf le submitted ly . i. tuents at G A last, is un? pi though r purpos, . ine the course of 1 a large numb which are of the present tin praiseworthy i9 o them. But tl e timated;. are n, tice cuitil he ii his views full Swhich date 1 present session s touch the quest e instance,-that .attempt to relih duties which ,? barrass comme they bring ii li' 1 give no protect He will not gi "the free brea) been so long 16h on tea, coffee, ai still to be main. away witLr the are such a fr trouble, and eiq transactions ofi colony, althou ? tectionist journi for their repeal. do nothing: to?,i whili is. levie House upon the make it fall: mio sent on the poo" that the recons a,-,hster and, - the ? - e inie ... which' rotect, question of th Bit he ;?ars it i danger to. the : which takes it i cludes therefore .. to postpone it for in fact, to put it does not deal with have. the opportui?r Berry's poliey, as we that branch of d relates to Custom...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

, PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The'debate in the Assembly on Tuesday evening, though' not particularly animated, was interesting from the fact that it demon atrated, the desperate straits to which the Opposition have been driven in order to make out a case against the Government. Mr. Service led off, and for the greater part was cdinplimentary to Mr. Berry rather than otherwise. He admitted that the new Trea Ssrer's mode of levying the land tax ivas better than his own. Indeed; his principal, and it might be said almost his only, objec %?ion was to, the abolitioq? of the wharfage rates. Sir James MiOulloch followed. Having,.as usual, taken cr edit for his own superior wisdom in dealing with the finances of the.country, lie admitted his approval of the bank-note tax and succession duty; but as to the land tax, lie was opposed to- the mode in which it was intended to be applied, as he regarded tihe proceeding as nothing less than class legislation, and calculated to drive capital...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKEK August 18. to AMESSRS RrcnARD GIBSO, A5eN CO. report -Fat Cattle--900 head were entered fort h mot week's 'supply, chiefly frem Gippslandit the there was a great scarcity of good qualit give many of the pens being in little better th "refore, store condition. The attendonce of bu' ers was up to the usual standard,includ iotisM a few country purchasers The mar ?1 ldi opened at a slight advance on late pric tr and ruled firm throughout the sales. Theurns highest prices were again obtained for a mi va"?f. ? of bullopks of the favorite ~F brand ^ accuse -station-breds ruling from £19 to £20 but and making an average of £20,.. wlilst -y' bu mob all round realised £17 5s per head - hrests of top pen was purchased by Mr John Bruuy, we , of the meat market. n Fat Calves, mments, Short supply forward, and pces rose fu1 pass as 10s on prime vealers; the market was s 1* ' e of the best of the year. -Fat Sheep-- .:0 be yarded, consisting chiefljr of g as some with a ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 1[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

* ALLARAT LIVE STOCK MAR lK nOoESSRS. 61eRnessE: EIGLE.sToN Amber Co.. report :-Fat Cattle.-The numl 'a yarded was 170 heiad, the principal being :l draft from the run of the rion hseil Bilac Mount Nooraft the station-breds of whie of S(aS is always the, ease) won the admiravern ,.z-bf all present, and made the highest av al ovet realised in tme Australian colonies, £27 I1s3d. It is gratffyieg to observ ma watenluiform favor this brand is rebardekelf the comnoon verdict being that they are thtee best cattle soldin tIhe colony-and it is?lte PlOeasure ~to us that the owner has determine to hold a sale of hhs pure stoek, which w ^, are sure will tend much to imlrove t bred of all herds in this and other coloni I -it heing an unmquestioned fact tiaft the -it being an unquestioned fact that th es ioned fact that the 41 brand cannot be beaten (if equalled) fo purity-and number-in the world. Oar sale: to-day were--On account of the Hon. Nei SBlack, 14 NBh bullocks, from £24 10s to £3( SlOs...

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COMMITTAL OF THE ACCUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

COanUITAL OF THE ACCUSED. ' Edward Ghinn, the late exchange clerkfi , the tank of Victoria, was placed iii the dod at the City Court on Friday morningi, libf&\ Mr. Sturt, charged with stealing £2,1280 bank notes, the property of his eml~loyeii' Mr. Moule prosecuted for the Bank of Vidt, toria, and after detailing the facts of the case, as published in our issue of Friday,? said he believed it was the intentibil of thei prisoner to plead guilty to the offence, and,, in that case, it would not be necessary to call the father to give evidence against his own son as to the finding of the stolen property:;, The first witness called was Richard Shann,i assistant manager to the bank, who said the' prisoner had been employed under him as assistant to one of the tellers. His duty was to take the notes round to the exchanges, with another assistant. He ,had been enm' ployed in this capacity for two years, and received a salary of £75. On the morning of the 24th lt. two boxes of notes ...

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AGENTS FOR COLAC HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

-H-'A'GENTS FTOP. OOJA C, . l;%srrcgUfla *.-. MrJ To sen I Lirpe nt : ... Mr May winell - ....: ..M.. . a. ^ ^ ^Me:~C~lbbumc rms, ro: B~arnb*- ~ Gonei n ndoo ..;^.Monsr Gordo &Goh V iAQ. btbo roptia^ ps'C~o·~tfi 0 itor of long-woolled sheep I Ban3ki .,. ^gri'eiltr.-mllho,,'.w7."7) 6 ,-f ;. _ _,+, (*('"., on declto ,t,,'pub, remedy inl leases of S\ , liS t, Inah.i.ation, J t -- .-or Diseases of the Eyes, ,-L A;SSrable'nulnmber of letters .have S fro i " ivho have been . it?-"( p/ ,se the followsing :,°t ,*'rr : ?AM~t, yho uld to-hday ; i . , fifty 40,000 iout to : * overn - " . ,tances, , - ! S * i1spired. Sse the ~ "· '' 'co Ais ' liat no ka sked ists of i i i oplen r reli difli Ihave L pro 's the d to ' the '. . j t. + ?+ b.MS.) b rs R , .? "t t "or "~ - '- **:i t I:IS )kby ome \eaoek, the Sirc and I ads te /- - d er of I 4' tool : II K'1 hIi ' , r .1jito csseif :\ *v *' .' *i 8 '11"1 * / c: re-*'! *:.'. . '^ larista' , ./>, r*.. ^~ w \'- ,f - * ....r ,id be a Sh1ip" ura...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

TaiERr? seems to be a great deal of doubt and uncertainty at present afloat iespecting the course of action which the :Berry Ministry intend pursuing respeiting Judge Dunne. It is imost cdicidedly to be. regretted. that. the Kerferd Administration did not .deal with the case of this gentleman before leaving the Treasury. Benches. Bht, no doubt; thei defeat came upon them so unexpectedly that it was something like the Destruction of Senacherib, and " The Assyrian' cime down like a wolf on the fold". ':-: before .they'ivere properly able to set the Miuist iial liouse in order, by dis posing oftle :case of:Judge Dunne and a few 'otiher .important administrative measures which sadly required attend to. Judae 'Dune's position is a .very unpleasant 'one. ' He remains .under the suspension ordered by the Kerferd Ministry, and as he does not intend to resign, it is essential, in ordei. that the judicial office shall iot be brought into contempt, that something must be at once done whlich wi...

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COLAC POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. [?] J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

: COLAG POLICE I.XiDNESDAY, OctOBE (Before Mtr. B. Rout and Dr. J..) WV. . Donshay-was brough chged with obtaining chattels under ftatees, to wit, one horse, saddle, and the property of Mr. John Haimes re. Mr. Hancock appeared for t sed. Iimeidiately the case was call , Mr. Hancock applied for a remand u Filmy next, as Donshay wished to oinit nesses for the defence from Ca r in, and also that he (Mr. Hancock) t e time to be fully instructed by cl He also applied that the accined gl the meantime be admitted to bail. SSenior-constable Hall opposedthe-inrt From what Donshay had stated to ie,' iprsecution was fully prepared to aaiit .Q'rectiess of what. the Camper doi W nesses awere able to swear. He-hadi t co siderable trouble got Mr. Haimes to cnme\ Colac that day, in order to have ti? ca lieard. The accused had begged him to ha thejes brought before the Bench as soon a possible, and now a remand was asked fo if the Bench would allow it, he would pro cced with the case, and if, after ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

NTW SOuJRn WXALES SYDNEY, Monday; S pin Surpriee ha beenh created here at the lion publication in the London Gazete of :the name.:ofSir f?: Parkes.. It ia supposed that the.annoiiicement of.his being created. a:K .R M.G. iae iamidtake'in the telegrams. Tlihe abip Cenituriion lias arrived with a rare numbelr ,of: immigaane from Great Britain:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

Sthe AllHE hat i uoted at to 5s i. -":,!if"! dui ?i?jii " . .... ;"" ? ? 1:. :. ,L :- / 1 " i.!jI, i rll~cd · ,·:killI 1.o . s bs ..:o,,, I i -" elipf The above ientence read e viea pe.. cit ,. ser,,i-tin could ian ai athind a YC ~ ollllý Rnllg:1(! 181rSC r aci It admirably t6 a ilai c.lor,.stands 15 ki canes copntinually 6om v ry "hanh d sni e -anda. - d:: ruption n ac . .. ..tion, aldfrom histJ c ho i . . f f'dft:; olkd " ad tsiend" m ir totheir and. f.Teh bnliood ell, hI ratTy-I.EertisemeB har to Ioed by c's einDB On 6 .i' ·· ·. ...i quait y cnnno? " at Pb" ","." ,. ' ay,; ?,?o kitie, ....:: , : " ,!' 1"" ' /' 'cas : ah-,>:·.''' .' . . . _ • ... . ?. , ,: . .: , . , "?:? oA e reoi~i-The? movocmn 's of " ?i:.. " , ? It?D OAI i~escxrm cs I ) sluggishness, h ' Miop C rM,- týF:LTU1 ;·beginning to gan go e bteRI. favorable change in i - T u..i- fo r a(l v tra. d e iesuwi t .io .t anam aL- - ." iZ:( :.r:bosiuks piossin~bthough j: · . '"3ar'- rich ches1lt -1 er c .c s i", w l t y e'u...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

L' jBOLINE STATION. PRODUCE MARKE1 , - .August 18. SMessrs J. H. C i a Co., report . ool--Since our; nmonth's report there has been very little uing in this market, as is to be expected at this dull; season of the Sear. Aboit 500 bales have changed bhands S , auction and privately, principally consist (.. ...* . : g of fellmongers' odd parcels and a few it s ' e mall lots'if remnants of lat'year's cl@jp, all ýe ' of which, however; found ready, buyers at c \1 a-stisfatoryI prices. The wool market at 15o' Inio eisý', treported by subsmariine cable to be I i, & St,'''.o The opening of the August series, is ^ ^ . .-"'. r'the 17th instant, and great interest l- bin " a felt by the shippers 3nd growers as ; -to'dtlioiprobable rates, lKely to rule, which i i , tisee'low rate of discout inthe London 6i * / oney market (24 per cent.) is expected to - " ./ -iff0ct favorably, combined with the Aort s py : of wool, from the Cap nd South Srica, aid other causes referyd to in our : t .re...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

BALLARAT LIVE STOOK MARKET. MESSRS. ENERSIIAues, EAGLESTO t an Co. report :--Fat Cattle.--The number yarded was 170 head, the principal being a draft from the runof the Hon. Neil Blac MIount Noorat ; the station-breds of whiCl (as is always the.cahe) won the admiration S"bf all present, aid made the highest avera Sever realised in the Australian colonies, vige '£2710s 3d. It is gratifying to observe with wlmat iniform favor this brand is regarded, the common verdict .being that they are the best cattle sold in the colony-aand it is a pleasure to us that the owner has determined "to hold a sale of his pure stock, which -we are sure will tend much to improve the : breed of all herds in this and otler colonies sit being an unquestioned fact that the NB brand cannot be beaten (if equalled) for purity and number in the world. Our sales to-day were-On account of the Hon. Neil Black; 14 NB bullocks, from £24 10s to £30 s10; av?raginm £27 19s 3d; 86 bullocks, S stores; fronim49 o10s toý £21...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

3IELBOURNE LIVEi STOCK L nx August 18. MfEssrs RICbAnD Gursox ANDs Co." report --Fat Cattle--900 head wera'entered for the week's 'supply, chiefly frem Gippslailnd' there was'a great scarcity of good quality, many of the pens being in little better than store condition. The attendonce of buy ers was up to the usual standard, including a few country purchasers. The maricet opened at a slight advance on late prices, and ruled firm throughout the sales. The highest prices were again obtained for a mob of bullocks of the favorite FF brand, the stfation-breds ruling from £19 to' £20 10s, anud making an average of £20, :-whist the mob all rouud roalised £17 5s per head ; the top pen was purchased by' Mr John Brun: dell, of the meat niarket. Fat Calves- Short supply forward, and prices rose fully ayb on prime vealers; the market was -Prý of the best of the year. Fat Sheep--1 , QO yarded, consisting chiefly of good quality with a few prime amongst them. The whole were taken by the butchers ...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

aIELBOuRmE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. SMessrs J. . andCo., report-' Wool.-Since our .: month's report there has been very little ung in this market, as' is to be expected at this dull season of the year. About 500 bales have changed hands by auction and rivately, principally consist ing of felheongera' odd. parcels and. few' smll lotsof remnants of lhst'year's cup, all of which, heowever, found ieady buyers at satisfactory crices. The wool market' at homine is p ted by submarine cable to be quie:;. ,k . openiig of the Angusto series is ixed fg,rthe 17th instant, and great interest is being felt by the shippers and growers as to the probable'fates lj ely to rule, wich ww rare or discouiht in the Londoni money market (24 per cent.) is expected to affect favorably, combined with the "short supply of.wool from the Caje and South America, and other causes referred to in ou01 last report. Prices remain nfilinanl, a0 quotations-would afford no inxd ofwhat prices would be likely to rile were a...

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