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A DIRGE IN C. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

A 4DIREGE I IN C We do not as a ;ru selvesTaboutitheaffairs aid welet them swea in theirown " penh'ar turbed ·by our 'inspect %ii s~thel,ýfay in nwhi: Seaehother is amusing. gstg, a this is rec ih ld91efil: divisioon thi aiisdn between the andv rascalelom and itsiform' tfli2 e' ce ' reideri} Br'rinh ofý the iNatson P1Qtebtbot .,Leaguc.Cl. ( 'dnay-?he corner groceri as the temp _ofhlibert corne r ,gro~pr-A- h . 's.e ia . ? . , ...., "Bot yesterdyvs tie word f 'h av stood asilot4the wmiir i. ; lere:7 cee And none oopoor'to do hoce ?Of all hiO, ocmer. froti to ofu Cuerliubdrdiariae;s AraKtho dponT i b t1i e is-the unkidost cavt' of : °of ;fin unernuumerl es; r eo'so SriA.`r1ý `:iý"A":hinrnt aJ :teemp ;ibope ,political.; faro .dubb d- the :eform" LTe4: 9ii mld notilisten 'to'h idiid No vthatl besides;irs cdangeirous. chapinearly burst arbe ios tr oingo aloJim hg -ld done so, ,p.r ut have liked thi;t yo ,e , ho having iningl. iff?,"iinot' ' yourn owon wb'ith-ni h6 hasirned i;his , hickdd...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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A HINT FOR SIR GEORGE BOWEN, K.C.B. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

A TrI'Ie FOrI RtC edcatod o aiil'ipnd. pb nienhed ,ybyh '2. tu wie c~o~c ban s aL ryof newspapers fed theinsg) millh wher th ik is i. the shoot by a the ca3 the pulp is used upsofh p t of fresh paper B Ii is not so goodas 0e which it was nad iande it has to libe' us I 0o joirials, such, f r in Cilac llersld:: hIs that witi a visosto store duction alike off the ro isd of the ortlless JOe be well to buri the: which'both 'rc 6onstrA12, is a great deal fo be saV To:' cronite ??: deaid ' buir it forty feot deoj'irt out to sea, . ii co0eV throw it Ooverboard _ I8w far 'off land i1orthe tii' may seem ?:i the ,firstn ;hardhearted p oceedois' greatest happiness of number mist be the }e tion.. ilou mudh r woulhdliav: been a;gr i country h liad Mr.Bern bur.ned ? e ? ?a-iursday ot day of Qetober,..18 lS temporary : 'inconvemnif would have beensof or when properly coin-rer .benfit the public iv There ias eally 'a gntis CO for twit Jtapsnese rerd dispatch," wherelby Duea pres iche is. nthedprtion...

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

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 17. M ESSRs. EITERSHANK, EAOLESTONE AND Co.. report :--Fat Cattle.-The number yarded was 170 head, the principal being a draft from the run of the Heon. Neil Black, MIount Noorat ; the station-breds of which ,(as is always the. case) won the admiration o of all present, and made the highest average ever realised in the Australian colonies, viz., £2719s 3d.. It is gratifying to observe with •what uniform favor this brand is regarded, the commlon verdict.being that they are the best cattle sold in the colony-and it is a pleasiire 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 - tbreed of all herds in this and other colonies -it 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 Hen. Noil Black, 14 NB bullocks, from £24 10s to £30 0s, averaging £27 19s 3d; 86 bulldocks, stores, from...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] A CORRECTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

CORRESBPOIYDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify orselves'with the opinions of our correspondents.-EDIToR.] A'CORRECTION. (TO THIE EDITOR OF TILE HERALD.) S San,-I would like to correct a statemnent made in .your paper of the 14th inst., in re gard to the lakes on MIr. Calvert's property. In the first place, these lakes are not run ning out and are not connected with the lake tlfat is now running into AIr. Dennis's dam. Again, the embankment referred to as having been made by Messrs. Timnes Bros., is not yet constructed; in fact, the workl had to be stopped, owing to the rapid rising.of the lake, consequently the embanlk ment has nothing whatever to do with the present height of the water on the lakes. By insertiig tlhis'you will oblige Yours, &c., WMV . F. TIMMS. Msount Hesse, Beeac, September 12th; 1875.

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

I5 . 1 i (1 1 t L , / . ? heat is quotei at 5s , to a ,L e . 13100( A + 7' ' ' -c of mireds.- I Yo... "-"ung Ranger is " . ..... " hr 3. f color, istands 15 " h : .... v'ery hanidsome n dl action, and.from hs I and quality, cannot; nmarkets or c) ~ slugishnde " " begimning favorable tradeis, l 1 G3 D (1 , business '? oirrgl) r partial e ,se son a .S Utors e r s f t ich ceb0 n it . made in' 15i!,s: . crect ia l fo , hi5 s ll lo g etar? cl : ot - .t to ,] 0 1i1c 5d , ', "il stle I . no liqurity r: < Re-c i .s rrn ith b 'ias o T 27, 1875. e -t 1... s - [irinetald g h ,O ' h S vl? know Ite JRSERI ES. t ueeo-- n Ty. los ' ith B1 0 EGS o, Is U r,' , the whole of` 1 ol r sert rous customers for BooTS 110 i ... . at and unde ti S3XUL iii' (loeen, fCý mental and Flow u S ar, rn a - ro t e, t\o i d, Fruit Trees &c. As the a sta lic .ill iie limite t able offer wi tdCol~c. S- opt of- P.O. Order? dor .tOr 8 d or ot?0 i C er is neces T ' but .. i ' tla e n r o bf " 1aes, Onion...

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

i~is:i :lth 'NOTICE TO FREE SELECTORS. i; Fen we VANCLS made upon Lands held under S "'the 42nd ClauscrEte u~~cn~rnder I Act, 1B 0 01 of the Amending Land I with transacted uainessconnected there- c LIand Agent, GM o 'bftYm1 . n c ted *to act Fis" at .ti is b, o? iedl at 5si 1 to 5s its --t \ iBlt odA R G U S Si ( A y Ace lis out oflid ing of the Shire Council a st, Mr. G. P. Robertson . President for the ensuing hs. -There was only a bare present, and the matter was hurried .ias if some opposition was suspected. eillor Wilson very properly objected to uestion being dealt with by so small a tmg, but it was of no avail. We confess ve awere greatly surprised to find such ilimportaiit matter as this' so hurriedly t with. The excessive liaste displayed as really indecent. FAs considerable dissatisfaction exists re gecting the proposed site for the railway station in Colac, it will be seen by adver tisement that a public meeting will be held on Tuesday night, in order to take steps to in...

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

,OLAC POLICE . WTEDNESDAy, OCTOBE 1 (Before Mr. B. rout and Dr. J.ls.) W. J. Donshay-was brough ch, ged ,ith obtaining chattels under f ete ces, ;o wit, one horse, saddle, am e )roperty'df Mr. John Hanes, sALre. Ir. Hancock appeared for t sed. [Inmediately the cse was call Mr. HaIncock applied for a remand u" Fday next, as Doiishay wished to oa in it nesses for 'the defence from Caira n, and also that he (Mr. Hancock) hte time to be fully instructed by c. j He also applied that the acciled gi the meantime be admitted to bail. Scnior-constable Hall opposedthbo?m5 | Fiali what Donshay had stated to ini, 1 | irqOscntioii was fully prepared to ailnit (.rietncss of what the Camperdow ?,i ncsscs were able to swear. He hod.t co sidcrable trouble got Mr. Haimes to c.me Colac that day, in order to have tie ca Tiecrd. The accused had begged him to hex !theoise brought before the Bench aso so. ooss? le, and now a remaniid wars askled fo If the Bench would allow it, he woild prou beed with the ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COLAC POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. (Before Messrs. Dennis, Beal, and Coulston, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

COLAC :POLICE COURT. EDNESDAY AUGUsT ý18 (Before Messrs Dennis Beal and Coulston JP's Thomas'-Roberts was brought' up as a lunatic, on the sworn snformation' of J. J. Herrick, of the Union Hotel. Senior-cinstable Halls stated that by virtue of the informnatsomihe man had beenr :irested -'Roobe's' ,bad ;been examined; `by fs medical man, Dr. ~Rae,*o ;sosderf rla mmagiss ate, whw e-tate a.that the man was quite sane,;an4 lnew. perfectly what le was shbout: The;~ dooto :. net' present, neithe rwas` M; l"errický sHeewould a~sk ;permiissi oijowithch'aw thecharge:, It rya ~iy exjpense to _the `Shire: ': Mr :#Beah thwey had nouthng be -Usychin h nti arit, diremthenat" s i espectin the mnane Certain epeses lied been mc uired alieady, and they hld nothing to re sentq t e Ctcas a guasantee .that the, debt lllidliepn it curied Seior cottlb iHat-said that he would haveits ,4" si remand until 9 remid ~1oen granted until The _Court' tlen djoiirned.

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

/ ~~-- '"ennt uis quoted dred this se ?ion vice of mari .a s t Young Ra.onger -yrS. o " colo r, st-rids15e hbnh eery hbidnsome and:-' iaction, and from his and quality, cannot hackneys, humnte hoises. M sAgrea&1irm i edi m coutining anticipate eaj ` ;1., nonn alk " re A. markets are: " r--- slugishiness, ,s\ be ginnii. to i .s:, . . a ;,. . , " 1L? favorable ch" / trade is witl irrera t ior t t partial . emph i ,,e=aon -h autors enga? i eai ich chesnut ý1 nmade in this t i e s old, ferred to in d n erct in ajust to hand o ne of M ol , , year din" --O hi?ruu}: f.uirst-cla , e i t- r n-nd il U i- carriage 000cc CQO vilhoat\/.grs;wihu " o tTg? ';u 27, ?1875. tPrizU3 .iell in thii - • enoinu5 ?. thi - JRSERI S. J. G-I sT you din- ,gist:icts, BOOTrrd Sunnece sa g 0ls with 180. EGS to a c =s ' p-lS W a .S . i B NER the whol '. S?apreitor, tcr ra:- erous customers for S. , o qT At 1. A], lirect their attention a r S0dS , "' healthy Stock of ias naw o Seat of F ueen, mental aand Flo...

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

S ELOT STATIOI. 0 e * . S , ýaetlher he was in S Messrs? H C ii and Co.; :information or W~o t-Since our.' onth's repdow placed front * has been very little uing in this m. long way fu Sis to be expected at this dull seas long wy fur year. About 500 bales have chanseeople decided it by auction and rivately, principyllh to be informed ing of fellmongers' oddparels son poipeli has been --small lots of remnants of last year's'f the Committee of which, however; found 'edy b' the Commia satisfactory prices. The: ool ma give the pblic home is reported by subm\i cabile point, then it iet. The opening of the t decretary to pub ixed for the 17th instant, a: eat asthecase. As is being felt by the shippers at ao the case. As to the probable rates Ibely to , tereis some the low rate of discount in -thelpsome about the oney market (2 per ct) is e ation. is re affect favorably, combiij with s'bhaped itself into supply of wool from tShe Cape '.-. .tf to America, anid other causes referre tion whic...

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

MELBOURNlE LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 15. M?T sns ReICAsD Gosoi? Aei Co. report : -Fat Cattle-900 head were entered for the week's 'supply, chiefly from 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 inarket opened at a slight advance on late prices, and ruled firm throughout the sales: The highest prices were again obtained for a mob of bullopks of the favorite FF brand, the station-breds ruling from £19 to £20 10s,. and making an average of £20, whilst the mob all round realised £17 5s per head; the top pen was purchased by r John Brunm dell, of the meat market. Fat Calves Short supply forward, and psices rose full-? O1s on prime vealers; the market was co6 of the best of the year. Fat Sheep--1,600 yarded, consisting chiefly of good quality, with a few prime amongst that hole were taken by the butchers ear s day, but ...

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

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 17. IESSRS. E~iERSIIANES, EAOLESTONE AD Co. report :-Fat Cattle.-The number yarded was 170 head, the principal being a draft from the run of the Hon. Neil Black, Mount Noorat ; the station-breds of which (as is always the. case) won the admiration . of all present, and made the highest average • ever realised in the Australian colonies, viz., £27 19s 3d. It is gratifying to observe with what uiiform favor this brand is regarded, the comimon verdict being that they are the best cattle sold in the colony-and it is a pleasure to us that the owner has determined ,,to hold a sale of his pure stock, which we are suie will tend much to improve the b?'breed of all herds in this and other 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--0n account of the Hon. Neil Black, 14 NB bullocks, from £24 10s to £30 1- 0,'-aeragipg £27 19s 3d; 86 bullocks, stores, from'...

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TALK ABOUT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

TALK ABOUT' TOW.l The talk is that Ralph Otto's ventriloquism . and magic feats, on'Thursday'evening last, were not up to the mark, and that a person. who pretends to be a ventriloquist should be able to make a better show than this indivi dual, and it is too bad for the public to be misled in this fashion. The talk is that the no}v Colac paper, the YIard Times will soon OIppear. The sum of £250 has been guaranteed aS a bonus by one or two landed proprietors (including, of. course, Captain Mamre), and King Fussing ton and Little Rothschild. What a lift for hie printers !. These same printeis, I be liere, got out a prospectus for starting a paper at Queenselifly but the fates were not propitious, and the rejected of that maritime village have found a haven in. Colac. The pr:ospectus is a rare literary production, and the letter signed " Liberal," which appeared in your journal, brought these mysterious beings out of their shell. They had done much better by keeping silent.g They are ...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

J IELBOURiYE. (:ROM OUR OWN COIRRESPOSiDET.) Saturday Evening. Hosilities have commenced as I fully be lieved they would, and to my mindd it is .only a'luestion of a few days' before the Berry idninistration will have to succumb. On Thristlay evening, after a few words from It; Berry relative to the £3,000,000 loan, th Opposition opened fire on the Mdin istry, asi it must be said with very heavy guns. Si Jamnes M'Culloch, Mr. Service, and Mr. Uangton assailed the Government from the- several points, because, while their aticks converged upon the Hon. Treassurcnthey hit out at each other, show ing that teir assault if combined was not the result of previous combination. Mr. Patterson'ireply went for nothing, as that gentlemanwhile a member of a l'roteetionist Cabinet, 's returned by his constituents as an out andout freetrader, consequently so anomalous .position makes him a suspicion to his collekues and their party, and power less as an sguer against his own supposed doctrine. I is...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Melbourne, Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

LATEST TELEGRAMS. ------ - (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Mielbourne, Mlonday, 8 p.m. It is believed that on account of the strong expressions of disapproval ex pressed out of doors at the opposition shewn to the Minbistry, that Sir James lM'Culloch will withdraw his motion when the Assembly meets to-morrow. ,In reply to a large and influential deputation firom the Contractors' Asso iation to-day, the Chief Secretary said 1he thought extraordinary power was conferred on the Inspector-General of Works, by empowerhig hint to decide absolutely in disputes between the depaartument and contractors, and unless strong reasons were showns, he should giunt the request of the deputation to iefer disputes to arbitration. Henry Howarn was tried to-day for nurdering Elizabeth Wright at Franks tc?l l. He was found guilty, and sen telced to death. A second charge of nurderil g Harman was not proceeded Che Supreme Court decided to-day thlt Mr. Samuel Itamsden, as regis terd owner of ship Eliza Ramsd...

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. MESSRS MIELLISH, VaN.s, & 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; cos*, from £9 12s 6d to £13 2s 6d, average £10 lls 6d; and for Mr G. Hope, 2 bullocks at £11 7s 6d. Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moderate supply, * ani prices quite e4ual to last week's rates. .:-We sold for Mr C. J. Whyte, Meltham, 86 good quality light-weight wethers and ewes, at 15s and 1ls respectively ; for Mr; George Hope; 163 good quality small ewes, "al 10s Gd; for Mr WV. H. Bullivant, Barwon Park 350 fair quality wethers; and for Mr P. M'Intyre, Shelford, 161 cull ewes at market rates., at 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

'NOT1CE TO FREE SELECTORS. U4 B A ~s omade, upon Lands held under the 42nd Clause of the Amending Land Act, 1665, andall business connected thien' selthybnnsacted I " i dýandl en Ma t a~·'~ 41 100 i. GU.S -S. ARN D Bcey Alis oat of she s In' ead= reosonab amount s reasonable terms,;: without chareor commission,~ on the ensug clip of wool, intended' either for- sale in the colony or shipment. We are also prepared to ship wool to other than ouir own agents attihe di rection of the owner, at a charge of ONE SHILLING PER BAE.L ti.sqr the same by insuranceilf-psttewvel and effecting insuranj ,a D the lowest current raTcdand disposed As a facility to wOObledai experience not have the convenitihfirm, together pared ro CLASs 1Oiooin tthe vendor's house, either in smallt- s obtain full a very nominal rate. e, t Weekly Sales of Vexc t otherwise Hides and Tallow, an5o plblic compe Produce.,? the iice offered Woolpacks, fencing euethe rat station requisites sufiuent lblic sale, rates. en in ere...

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

MELBOIURNE STATION PURODUCE MARKET. SMesrs . . - . August 18. ?l Mes-rs J. H. ' ii and" Co., report Wool-Since our:. :- :onth's report there has been very little cuing in' this market, as is to be expected at this dull season of the year. About 500 bales have changed hands Iby auction and privately, principally consist ling of fellmongers' odd. parcels and a few small lots of remnants of-last year's clip, all of which; however; found ready, buyers at satisfactry rices. The wool market' at ~hdme is6% ed by submarine cable to be Squinet. , opening of the August series is fixed fi(,the 17th instant, and great interest is being felt by the shippeis: d growers as to the probable rates .ely?\ rule, .which the low rate of disco?st L? he London money market (2j per cent.) i? ected to affect favorably, combined wit?t<Vie short supply of -wool fromi the, Cape and South America, aid other causes referred to in our last report. Prices remain nri)nal, and quotations--would afford no- ...

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PUT YOUR SHOULDER TO THE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

PIJ T. YOU ,'-SHOUJLDER TO , F -O] ,VWhEiEL '.' ErIECc'io':dv ;thIal 'Hyen, isg over, and, instead of laygto 'tioubl. our solves any more abont our ,choice of men to do tho; work; weo.caii ;calmly id .'h i wodik ithatf: iist t ibb dbnei Th ro's a terrible ', t- o ,- " t';iat'; ceainp. '0u Iridt '"ht onoer wage by d'aiQ ,1 M'^tecrazy tolhear' Iho patCnt pla .iwil11 wich' 3ei r 'and tha tplot propose toýmako,;one slilling do theawork of;two, and our friends whose fathler's labour oeleaed thlem ron? tlhe need of toil, are dying to Inow; ;whether the '~EfoRm Ltea;u(o g:ag ii;i s' win giy proppse to leave tfiom any shiilings at all:- Such of the stonebvll'er1 as thav. managsd to,get into, tlhe House aro;wondering ?viti wliat sauce thiy 1iadr ber torio a fliec own.t vords, in orderl that, thloy may catchitdlitds indop'ndelt niemb'ers 'who otiherwisc would not look? it': ?oii trap. Sil?Jamos MI'Culloch is trying 1to find out fo r which of Iis sins lie Ias beeon afllicted by, thejustico of ...

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

1OTOCE TO FREE SELECTORS. AD ANCES made-upon Lands iiheld under ,', .the42nd Clause of the Amending Land S.:Act, 186, andall business connected ntIer ": ?with..ranated.t: :?A ,' i: l a n i reas ereasonab Sto ay a5oun colony or shipment. We are also prepred to ship woolto rectionof the owner, at a charge of ONE SHILLING PER BALE, covering the same by insurance while i store, and effecinge insurance on shipments a he lowest current rates. As a facilit to woolgrowerd to swho may not ha'e the convenirnce, we are pre pared in CLASS WOOL at our Ware. house either in small or large lots, at a very nominal rate. overin thWeekly Sales nof Wool, Sheepskins, anides and Tallow, and other Station Produce.. 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.other properties in any part of the colony. DENNYS, LASCELLES & CO., WOOL BROKERS, STOCK AND STA TION AGENTS,...

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