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

N 6ti tS soltTh Lt .-..---- - oneis ormnb at £ i1 7s 6d to L . w `l,'lhlcat is thotedt at dsto s Sinlud Blttts ar -?' 41red·; . . Blood. S" _ thi s e , son fYoung lniRger1 is . -color, stands 15 hi ve-ry " :hadids?io e ant`ýI : '"; t: . " . action, and from his . r. and quality, cannot hackneys, hunter,: -For pedigree _ s o STerns £;2 0s, G ? s s..? Ac y.: . , i (liv Ace of CClub oit of i. dy NG o c t ofOsmen,thea -rc .. ..t i er e ur, W iLtLort vo a B s seas o at ",I - }tn taitesi sA tt t di on e aso i. .c..n a itt . t tM BE TR, do.S10 crr"d G I E " ,ý'i ?'4.UU?S?.'Yt . en ....ds Faesu'° in, f . S ofraa st, } 1 rgu l i de rin - c Lou t st h b ritge c l the o RIE on. eat c c of the best colt ra TNERFS. .to tttl y. 10s u e end c othl e tal and Flow$ s 10 ith raca etat co se todno so 10s, wite o ?X . Lo S , oo,? t siovie?Aee f Cl da PO Order or anoE t Bir.egorra. sd theredartive , all ti ). st t f o oni 0.z ri*ze ~ Queen o l le l 2 0 ootor fo riee s o ist er sor :,I o ' in. tohlrty o ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

TVEDNESDAY, the 1st of September, is the last day for takingm cut electoral, ''ihts, and aitis to be hoped 'that every sm' im this district who takes interest in the .welfare of tthe colony will have secured his political privilege esre that time passes, or else he must e content to remaiIntpolitically dead foi some time to: come. 'We trust that such cases in our district-will :be very, very few, and that that apathy which has on former occasions so greatly obtained respecting this important matter, -will be conspicuous by its absence on the present occasion' Streiu ous efforts have.been made by organised bodies in different parts of the colony in order to secure the registration of their adherents, and the Liberal party should not be in any way behifidhand, though it does not appear that any very. great exertions have been made by that party. This will be regretted when it is too late, and in the face of such open and avowed attempts which have occasionally been made by various com...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

,NOTES AND EVENTS.i : IT is not often we have to record cases of burglary occuring. in Cola, but an excep tion to this general rule happened on Sunday evening last, when' the store of Messrs. Morrison. and Stewart was -burglariously. entered and robbed. The particulars of the affair are as follows :-Mr. Morrison, who resides on the premises, went to church on Sunday evening last, and upon his return to the store he found that the window of his bedroom had been smashed. Mr. Morrison then struck a match, but it was blown out by the draft from the smashed:window. He having obtained a light went behind the counter, and found that the floor was marked with grease, which had evidently fallen from a tallow candle, which must have been carried by the thief.. He opened the till,' and found that .25s. in silver had been ex-. tracted.. Mr. Morrison then started away to give information to Senior-constable Hall, and met young Kelly, who is employed at the store, on the road.. He despatched the ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COLAC POLICE [?]RT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. Before MR. B. Rout and Dr. [?] J.l[?]s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

,C 01c0 POLIsEF Vi A T' rNLDfl, OIOBEo . fore MIr. B. out and Dr. J.ls.) V. J. Donshaywas brough ch-ge vith obtaining chattels uinder f etc ceo, o wit, one horse, saddle, al he I property of Mr. John Haines, me. Mr. Ifaicockh appeared for t e. Inulnedifately the, case was cal 0l11, Hancock applied for a remand a day next, as Dosishay ivished to ist nesses for the defence from Cai rin, and also that he (MIr. Hanocik) he to b1tully instrscted by He also applied that the accused the mceantime be admitted to bail. Senior-cons,?tebld Hall opl??scsst"," Fla what Donshaly had stated to n, , pr~Seotioll was fully prepared to aI uit ! tness of xWhat the Caniper(doIc 6 -iesses were able to -nwear. Hehad b -t c! idcr c trouble got MAr. Ifaimes to mu ?t: r'olhe thatt .layy in order to have tin C ieard. The cusedhba hegged him foha tho-ti e brought before the Benct h s B son, OA ?, no,,,1 e a rc?mndn wl s asked e \o If tho hiesl would allow it, he would po ceed with the c a h if, after hearg thi...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 16. MeESSRS NIELLISII, VINES, & CO. report: Fat Cattle-63 head yarded, a number quite inadequate to the requirements of the trade, consequently prices rose from 30s 40s per head on last week's rates. We sold for Mr. Alex. Lang, Ondit, 40 good quality medium weight cattle, at from £11 to £17 7s Gd for bullocks,; average £14 Os 8d; cows, from £9 12s 6d to £13 2s 6d, average £10 li 6d ; and for Mr G. Hope, 2 bullocks at £11 7s,6d. Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moderate supply, -and.prices quite eqfual to last week's rates. 'We sold for Mr C. J. Whyte, Meltham, 86 good quality light-weight wethers and ewes, at 15s and 1 respdctively; for Mr; George Hope;, 163 good toality small ewes, at l0s 6Gd; for Mr W. H. Bullivant, Barwon Park, 350 fair quality wethers; and for 'Mr P. M'Intyre, Shelford, 161 cull ewes at market rates. Fat Calves.-No good calves yarded. Sales remain at about last week's prices. Fat Lambs--In good demand, and very few coming forward....

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

* col or, staind v » *very hindi c0. tion, and and (qualit1 lckn . s, b orses. SFor pedi ", , ,t a , r c a" 1"":' f r nch e a I, ,v al,- t? -'' Oeoa l.ls - i l arl\ l O , Ira l re 'eO l i ar-iC 10n'O t h talacht ne e r'' he drives-} 1 Aso to r. J on Vciott, a s torn ' tlc de at V chis . se y ".T,:awo"":" her ;n, Sti t au" Stkeu lu at; * - _r^ * d.sin SA ti.e f Cals j~loO Oo, o1 *e to arise L3 Sco. |at d I . 5 " ' - ' |I"I. I- 3 - by Boo n .'. car on, f I - i rd . tlt 0 q, Ile tOat t Ct f Cat 1,- 'Aes th 0- ".S ,cron agec I' j ' c r 1I s - " llc l. svh0s Sdells t niedc SPreeso.n b( -Uc~ie! J BIGR"'·· ýE bn-. 17taneC us Group: ro 1 7 , Stalls a ,),ceraber his secso' . . sh f mares... hn er iis:. .- . ime anr from his. canno et r g rmness is oticeab1 'ý' mntingui very light. Bu'rers anticipate easier rates, when the season shall have made the cre roads once more passable for he but it seems possible that the tra for flour, atprcsent extremelylangi - that time revive sufficiently to ca'...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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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

i sn COLAC POLICE ^ 3 WEDNESDAY, 'OBE Af W . (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. J.I s.) i Ois.) IV. J. Donshay-was brough ch;-ged Swith obtaining chattels under f, ete es, , to wit, one horse, saddle, and the property of Mr. John Haimes, re. rer I Mr. Hancock appeared for t sed. st, Inmmediately the case was call- lr. sle e Hancock applied for a remand uP I ay tig. h ! next, as Donshay wished to o inyit tl4i nesses for the defence from Ca rn, fa e and also thit he (Mr. Hancock) ht opr y time to be fully instructed by c wi| e He also applied that the accuicd g pr the meantime be admitted to'bail. 1 ;I r9.e ntion was fully prepred to aseito S i'recltness of what the Camperdoc ap KJI-nesses were able to swear. Hechad:it \ Ssiderable trouble got Mr. Hanimes to ce\ 0Colac that day, in orer to h ave tt a Seard. The ac ovusedhad tegged hius to ham of. 'tho?ise brought before the Bench as oon a no possi?e, aud now a remand was askedt fol SIf the Bench w iould alow it, he wouldro of ed with the sn ...

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

vice of Young Rn color,'stands I ' very handson ,. ction, and fri A and quality, h hackneye, tll . horses. s season ot . i. . .. , orh , a1- at I w ipr dlrri Ye e a,. .? ' " ot }`s ' r lii ' " ., . n. . ,, ,er 1 ,,futh et 010.. .i ho5 "; no" ; ' /;" o i: -"" o: r ?tli . ." .: is o necr u n ! c " i"' t 1 "to w-h , I .+o at i Al0 0 thi r earc onis n }seo, l ic th ics , te i'e OY p" op e to i , c io..o? , f ert, axx • r ' " 1) -lan, o 0i tt te itrst -- i tortr . 0?l her . '.1 x .. d: +;.1' -a t Cor it) ! otttll ; s i e loch eo r .ber i?' ia. ann e - 1s ta quickesred o t-d ? t ' .i e m e tt n n oe ilii ';.tet 1 btle e s iit, n - i Ol ?' .. tic, g s ol -ti tlis. t 0 l o.;O * .t rd nte o7 ie rIInSL' .hr e 1 t e , nd d?,l e I'e 0ilC "t hr dal tto wat"rc 0htec1', Vii Scare , , a he t'0' s oa thi t s -e c lln b e llB n e, B . Sn e ftri rst .i a ltehtles tLav by D 0Bh1a clr foo r tl" go o er watIY pl" Stakens ta 'a rc andwl uitet ; ReeSo11: t ill dUtlo e r - 1A'!Ic of s d tt - tIa Bar icot; C...

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

IvTOICE TO FREE SELECTORS. : DVANCES mde upon Lands held under -: the 42nd Clause of the Amending Land Act, 1665, and all bunifiess connected there b =with transacted. Yy . Land Agent M * .e I n w et~~ LF~ e ll- 7 dt o a : . ... ... a' ; at JS, to0 U ",' ". easonable terms withou ommission, on the ens wool, interided either for sale in ts olony or shipment. ther than our own agents at the di rection of the owner, at a charge of ONE SHILLING PER BALE, covering the same by insurance _while in store, and effecting insurance on shipments at the lowest current rates. As a facility to woolgrowerswho may not have the convenience, we are pre pared to cats WOOL at our Ware louse, either in small or large lots, at a very nominal rate. Weekly Sales of Wool, Sheepskins, Hides and Tallow, and other Station :roduce. - Woolpacks, fencing wire, and other station requisites supplied at lowest rates. Sales of Fat Stock at. the Corporation Yards every Monday, and of all kinds of stock, station and.oth...

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

TiE Ministerial piogramme, which was submitfted b Mr. Berry to his consti tuents at Geelong on Monday night last, is undoubtedly liberal in its .tone, though rather limit4 uin its scope and purpose. The 1toie ef Secretary, in the course of h ýs i , barks; ranged over a large number of political subjects which are of pressing importance at the present time, and he indicated most praiseworthy intentions with respect to them. But these intentions, as he in timate not to be ?fried into prac tice unt a, had time to mature his view-s t soene fo ure date, which date ist iincl? in the present session; es' can to touch the question of ica l ^ 1, for instance,--that is to ,say, not attempt tt relieve trdof the Customs duties which.now so vexatiously em barrass commeincil- operations whilst they bring in little or no revenue, and give no protection to native industry. He will not give' the working classes "the free breakfast table" they have been so long looking for, and the duties on tea, cof...

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

MlELBOUIUR E LIVE STOCK MARKET.' August 18?s IMessRs RICHARD GInsoan aD Co. report : -Fat Cattle-900 head werLeentered for the week's 'supply, chiefly frem Gippsland'; 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 market opened at a slight advance on late prices, and rnle6 firm throughout the sales: The highest prices were again obtained for a mob of bullocks of the favorite FF brand, the -station-breds ruling from £19 to £20 10s,. and making an average of £20,.-whllst the' mob all round realised £17 5s per head ; the top pen was purchased by Mr Jolhn Btun dell, of the meat market. . Fat Calves Short supply forward, and prices rose fully. 10s on prime vealers; the market- was one of the best of the year. ' Fat Sheep--l,600 yarded, consisting chiefly of good quality, with a few prime amongst them.' The whole were taken by the butc...

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

MIELBOUrI? STATION PRODUCE MARKET. M e Meessrs J. H. C' ;r' ie and, report Wool.-Since our: :nonth's report there has been vry little wing in this market, a is to be expected at this dull season of thn year. About 500 bales have changed handE by uction and privately, principally consist. lg of fellmongers' odd parcels and a fnew small lots of remnants of-last year's clip, all of which, however; found ready buyers at satisfactory prices. The wool market'at home is reported by submarine cable to be quiet;. The opening of the August seriesis fixed for the 17th instant, and great interest is being kit by the shippers and growersas to the probable rates lrely to- rule, which. the low rate of liscouiht in the London money market (2j per cent.) is expected to affect fa voirably, combined wi ," rthee'h supply of .ool from the Capeand Solh America, and other causes aferred to in our last report. 'Prices remain nominal,: and quotations would afford no index of what Dprices would be; lihrt + I...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

dNOTICE TO FREE SELECTORS. F ADVANCrS made upon Lands held under A: the 42nd Clause of the Amending Land Act, 165, and all business connected there withtraneactd 'i L and8 Agen (.·M ESHE 'j L:i· L-,e 6; I~a·; -~·· I hi d nit"s l 1 is d tA o U S., ei. at Js i to O ' is ''<.".'-,I' ýC~i'i"ý' :""iCýL, _ ` 9,Fý ":.. ;... ` "s IBlood LtjG US S AND AL fi3v Ace bs ont of' .. " SMlOLENSKO, Byl Panic, out of Fairy Queen, Will stand at Woodrow Vale, two.'miles from Colac. lie will be limited to thirty mares, exclusive of owner's, therefore early application is necessary. Every care taken of mares, but no re sponsibility. All mares to be removed. aid paid for when stinted, due notice of which will be given, after that Os'6i per week will be charged for grass. Terms: El 3s. E. JO1.iNSTONE, Proprietor. rtlER THOROOGHBRED SITRR. 6 Sales f ?F-aitfocF at-rAoeroý o , Yards every Monday, and of all kinds of stock, station and.other properties in any part of the colony. DENNYS, LASCELLES &a...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COLAC POLICE UR[?] WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

(CO1 tOEPOLIGCE C .* votsflESDAY, OovOBE . (Before M'r. B. Rout and Dr. J. 1s.) W.. J. Donshaywas brough chged with obtaining chattels under f; etces, to wit, one horse, saddle, and , ih property of MIr. John Haimes, nre. Mr. Hancock appeared for t sed. Immediately the case ws call o ir. Hancock appIllied for a remand u ay next, as Doushay wished' to i it nesses for the defence from Car r , and also that he (MIr. IHancock) ht time to he fully instructed by He also applied that the accused gl the meantime be admittedtoe'hail. 1Senior-constable Hall opposedthis From what -Donshay had stated to kin crosecution was fully pel)pared to a ?uit prectnsof tiaiS the Ciamperdos a , sses were able to swear. He.had d co E siderable trouble got Mr. Hoaimes to c,me\ Coela thats day, n1 order to have t r?e heard. The acse d had begged hims n ha Sthe ease brought before the bench as soon, possible, and iow a remind Was asked foe If the Beach would illow it, he would ro coed with the case, and if, af...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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JOHNSTONE v. HAIMES. (THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

tHNSTONEý Av. ES i £0105EDITOR OF TIE ItitALD.) Save. been ,atiently awaiting Mr. 1eily to my complaint iii yaur. issuen. bsu!t b t u othe present time he 0, givin me ai opportunity ; of myself . -: iter referred t6't??t I' publiely inim to prove h?e did got gain.the S klis colt" or refunid the money." --- - i-- i-est eihe hu not complied, and e is a paragraph in'.ayour, con f October: 5th, purporting ..to be: " denial, also andother'in the Gec of October lst, giving it a most contradictio, but these are onloy t' tions of fruitful.imesaginations, anld Sie.hs much benefit in discharging: adebt as a cheque ivitli?t a name; Smight constirue tlihesetwo parL S, it toe- a' contradiction; but they are ite nothing of the kind, and if MIr. Haiimes?wvas the instigation of causing thes tod appear·it . is anythling bit the action of i genfilehan as -he tried-to crush me without giving a proper ., ln deniidl. Ihe was innocent, why did: he not-i adopt the -saime course .I did, vize by con. nis tr...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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JOHNSTONE v. HAIMES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

TJOHNSTONE'v. HAIMES.:_ (To rTHE EDITOR OF TIE If.5EP3D.) ' Sir, I have been. patiently awaiting MIr. Hainies' reply to my complaint in yo'ur issue of October .lst, but up to;the present time he : , rb.i from giving mean opportunity- of vin?:,sting myself. k% " " Iu my'letter referredto -abbv 'rpublicly requested him to prove lie did tot gain.the prize with tli or- refund: tlie money." To this -e i has?inct .Fomplied; and theough th ,. aragraph in your con temporary obeby 5th, purporting to be M1r. Hsim 'edanial, alsoanotherin the Gec long Iime of (pber lot giingit a meos?t ' e.mphatic contadiopl but the - iare onl' the productions of fr-itfl.imaginations, a aie of abot, as much benefit in discharging: the saidt debt as 'a chegie evitlhoiut xnamI and a few -might construe these' two \p~:s graphs into a .contradiction; bit they:are nothing of the kiin, anid if tr Hanime' was the instigation of causing thesetdo hpp? , it is anything but the aection of -'genylemnia- asi lie tried:to cr...

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

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MA I. T, . * .\ • August 'd. MIESSRS. EiTERSIIHANI, EAGLESTONE A2L Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-The number yarded was 170O head, the principal being a draft from the run of the Hon. Neil Black, Mount Noorat; the station-breds of which ,u(as is always the. case) won the admiration b .fall present, and made the highest average e rve realihd in the Australian colonies, viz. S a:27'19s 3d., It is gratifying to observe with S thast uniform favor this brand is regarded, the comfion verdict being that they are the best cattle sold in the colony-and it is a pleasure to us that the ownerhas determined "to hold a sale of his pure stock, whiclfle are sure will tend much to improve the 'breed of all herds in this and other colonies -it being an unquestioned fact that the NB Drand cannot be beaten (if equalled) fc purity-and number in the world. Our sale to-day were-On account of the Hon. Nei S Black, 14 NB bullocks, from £24 10s to £3 - 10s,'- aieraging £27 19s 3d; 86 bullocks s...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MIAl1 MIESSRS HIELLISIH, VINES, & Co. reii Fat Cattle-63 head yarded, a numbe: inadequate to the requirements of the consequently prices rose from 30s 4 head'on last week's rates. We sold fO Alex. Lang, Oidit, 40 good quality m weight cattle, at from £11 to £17 78s 'bullocks; average £14 Os Sd; cows, fr, 12s Gd to £13 2s Gd, average £10 l 6d for M1r O. Hope, 2 bhillocks at £11 Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moderate so (andprices quite equal to last week's__ W Ve sold for Mlr C. J. Whyte, Meltham, SO good quality light-weiglht wethers and ewes, at 15s and lls respctively; for Mr. George Hope, 163 good vJ'ality small ewes, at 10l Gd; for wr W. H. I llivant, Barwon Park, 350 fair quality wethers ; and for SMcr P. MI'Intyre, Shelford, 161 cull ewes at market rates. Fat Cales.---No good calves yarded. Sales remain at asout last week's prices. Fat.Lambs--In good demand, and very few coming forward. We sold 14 Sr different owners at from-Ss 6d to 15s. Store Stockl We ha...

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

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK. MAR;ET. E I G August 18.I MEEss S RIcR?nD GosoW iN Co.-report: -Fat Cattle-900 head were entered for the week's 'supply, chiefly frem Gippsland 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 market 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 PP brand, the - station-hlredd ruling from £19 to £20 10 . and making an average of £20, -wvlilst the mob all round realised £17 5s per head ; the top pen was purchased by Mr John Brin. dell, of the meat market. Fat Calves Short sipply forward, and prices rose fully 10s on prime vealers; the market was one of the best of the year. Fat Sheep-1,600 yarded, consisting chiefly of good quality, with a few prune amongst them. The whole were taken by the butchers e...

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

IELBOURNR STATION PRODUCE MARKET. August 18. " ?Mesirs J. H. C :,. ".u ld Co., report Woot-Since our:, :nontis report there has been very little uing in this market, as is to be expected at this dull season of the year. About 500 bales have changed hands by auction and privately, principally consoit ing of fellmongers' odd parcels at .. smll lots of remnants of last:year's clip, all of which, however; found ready buyers at satisfactory prices. The wool* market' at home is reported by -submarii~ cable to be quiet. The opening of the August series is fixed for the 17th instant, and great interest is being felt by the shippers and growers as to the probable rates Urely to rule, which the low rate of discount in the Lonidon money market (2j per cent.) is expected to affect favorably, combined withe siort supply of wool from the Capand S?th America, and other causes rsferred to in our last report. Prices 'remain nominal, and quotations -would afford- no index of what Sprices would be, li...

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