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

JMsELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. S,. August 18. S Messrs J. H. Cl j,:tIr and Co., report-ý \ ooL-Since our :. - month's report there has been very little uuing in this market, as is to be expected at this dull season of the year. About 500 bales have changed hands y auction and privately, principally consist ng of fellmongers' odd. parcels and a few ..- ma lots of remnants of last year's clip, all of which, however; found ready buyers at satisfactory.rices. The wool market: at home is ~ ted by submarine cable to be quiet:. 5, openifg of the August series is fixed f?fcthe 17th instant, and great interest is being felt by the shippers.Nnd growers as to the probable rates lAly rule, which the low rate of discount ?'he London" money market (2j per cent.) is ected to affect favorably, combined with A.e short supply of-wool from the. Cape and South America, and other causes referred to in our last report. Prices remain nginal, and quotations -would 'afford no index of what prices would...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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[?] HERALD [?]paper, [?]esday and Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

IERALD aper, esday and Friday. 3d N * £1 5 , 12 no 6rtions to .th

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

MELBOURNIE LIVE. STOCK MARKET. SAugust 18. IMESSRS RICHARD Gso? ?AND Co.'report: -Pat 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 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 purlchased by Mr John Brun dell, of the meat market. Fat Calves Short supply forward, and prices rose fully 10s on prime vealers; the market was'"pr of the best of the year. Fat Sheep-l,iid0 yarded, consisting chiefly of good quality,' with a few prime amongst them. The whole were taken by the butchers ear...

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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

COL lC iObLU? Ii? (ef Mr. B. Rout and Dr. J. ) W.?Donsh?ywas brough h ed ! ith o ?ling chattels under f et es, to wit, horse, saddle, anm %the proper f Mr. John Haimes, re. MIr. icock 'appeared fort sed. Immediately the ease was call iMr. HIancock applied for a remand u sy e?xt, as Donshay wished to in it oses for the defeice from C , r , ant also that he (Mr. Hancock) ht" inme to be\ftlly instructed by o e He also applied thiat the accused gt\ the meantime be admitted to bail. ' Senior-constable Hall opposed tho?' f4t what Donshay had stated to hit,. -pr secution was filly prepared to atlit, sectiness of what, the Camperdos.o ?y nosses were able to swear. Hehadit o siderable trouble got Mr. Haimes to c'?e\ Colac t t.tlayl in order to have tin ca lc'ard. Ihe accusedhadiegged him tob' "the case brought before the Bench as soon? possible, and now a remaind swas asked foi If the Bench swould allow it, he would pro ceed with the ca. if, after hearinj th vidence r the prosecutio ey pfelt...

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

FvOTiCE TO FREE SELECTORS. ,JDVANCES made.upon Lands held under L' the 42nd Clause of the Amending Land Act,1656 and all business connected there ;:"withtranacted. JMES HEN Y ". .L and:Ase .w Ma ta O °, I~i ',:"."U;- fi: i'. :4: _ ",; 'ak ýý ýsi`Mý'''' It 6 t1 to ds o',: Mood R G US S fA4T '13i Aec bs otof o I ;Inq d .. re.s.n a aneitoqany amount 1 reasonable terms, without rg comiuission,, on the ensu nig hp of wool, intended either: for sale..in the colony or shipment. We are also prepared to ship wool to other 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 ro CLAss \ rOOL at our Ware house, either in small or large lots, at a very nominal rate. Weekly Sales of Wool, Sheepskins, Hides and Tallow, and other Station Produce.. - Woolpacks, fencing wire,...

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

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 16. IESSRS IELLISI, 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 6d for bullocks, average £14 Os 8d; cows, from £9 12s 6d to £13 2s 6d, average £10 lies 6d; and for M?r G. Hope, 2 bullocks at £11 7s 6d. Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moderate supply, :and.prices quite equal to last week's rates. We sold for MIr C. J. Whyte, Meltham, 86 good quality light-weight wethers and ewes, at 15s and 11s res atively; for Mr; George Hope; 163 good ua?ality small ewes, at 10s Gd; for MIr WV. H. Bullivant, Barwon Park, 350 fair quality wethers; and for MIr P. M'Intyre, Shelford, 161 cull ewes at market rates. Fat Calves:-No goodcalves yarded. Sales remain at about last week's prices. Fat.Lambs-In good demand, and very few coming forward. We...

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

BALLA1RAT LIVE STOCK MAT . T. uou - August mt. AfESSRS. ETTERsiaxs, EALESTONE AND 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, coae) won the admiration obf 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 commion 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, whiceMe are sure will tend much to improve the 'breed of all herds in this and other colonies - it being an unquestioned fact that the iNB brand cannot be beaten (if equalled) for purity-and number -n the world. Our sales to-day were-Os account of the Hon. Neil Black, 14 NB bullocks, from £24 10s to £30 10s, averaging £27 19s 3d; 86 bullocks, stores, from,...

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

hOTICE TO FREE SELECTORS. Jd. ale by the ADVANOCS made upon Lands held under the 42nd Clause of the Amendin Land. d 0 with tS6 and all business connected there i Land e JAMES REN S ted ito Asn oted' at 1s to 53Jp ], . DIGOALI. ' * , S1 ELIX"IR OF LIFE. SAI T AUSTRALIAn PAA .E tiofns of tll l thlroat und chest, alIt'w bronchitis, fll d -l kIiiida 1i:riiho I, i3ysury(, relaxtsion of v l 1no0 ttov rw how nltt Or lonog Jo; ile, dise.ltes of Lthe liver and - lil.;atO i tof thll htls01t, lullnago, itio dbilie couesle siols, inllamma iei~os Os Os ierkil (iempuobdcss, and o1 ts,,hius i pusiler of the Wood, and i tr s (to ,sotem. l not;ice thaco ill al cases tho Elixir of i'to be t::en ill ccll wcater, according po directi(mol, in caes of iflamlmation, tin must be taaken in warm gruel. li' proprietors bring this omedicine before public with tlhe greatest confidence, be g that ultiimately it will become uni ral It lhas alrleady provcd itself to be ke of tlisl.bst remedies ever introduced for ...

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

E . iubroeatn upoit aI L EiLBqU nI?D STATION.PtROS and cut, and ind it SLAM KET. .r '.es that 1 have ever \. .Mss. J. H . r " " BAugience with. horses ex Wool-,essrs.J.n. I- & ,?'ic ,td Co., 1 Jtwenty years, I can WooLe-Smce our-, n monthu s repsoi e Embrocation. S has been very little mng in this na' J. RAoKIN, is to be expected at this dull seasonitables, Launceston,.. year. About 500 bales have changd_ ' Sby auction and 4rivately, principally.' 10th August, 1871...' tig of fllmongrs' odd parcels a r Emrocti small lots of remnants of list 'earl~ have much pleasure of whichr, however foun d qualities in allhinds satisfactory prices. The wool miT and as an excellent home is reported by'submsarine eabileetfully quiet;. Thopene eniug oft a t' LT VELOCK. :fixed for the 17th instant, and l sgrea? . is being felt by the shippers and as S . to the probable rates l fely tos rsuiti)-h j.anuary, 1872.:-' the low rate of discbunt in the 'etly tried bottle money market (2j per cent.) i...

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

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MABKj A east. ss •..n.sn August 8 es MESSRS RICHARD GSoAND"j f epi1871. :?-Fat Cattl Gessi senCo.'repos'tin fur -Fat Cattle-900 head were entered fortU eo- I week's supply, chiefly frem Gippslan 1 effid there was a great scarcity of good qual ins, many of the pens being in little better tha store condition. The attendonce of buy , ers was up to the usual standard, includi so a fe country purchasers. Tho marlct opened at a slight advance on late price and rulbg firm throughout the sales. Tl highest prices were again obtained for a mo 871. . of bullocks of the favorite SFF brand, thStSif .-station-bredi ruling from £19 to £20 10gO n for and making an average of £20,: whilst tald of in mob all round realised £17 5s per head * t ""'a be top pen was purchased by Mr Joh ir trial, and dell, of the meat market. Fat emey, and Short supply forward, and li&ces r , We are, sir, 10s on prime vealers; the market - of the best of the year.. Fat Shee ES, and Co, yarded,...

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

IBALLARAT LIVE STOCK MA. ? MESSR. E?iERSIIAtc Ks , EAoGL so? A1 t Co. report :-Fat Cattl.--The num yarded was 170 head, the principal beinl draft from the run of the Hion. Neil Blae" Mount Noorat ; the station-breds of whi ({as is always the. case) won the admiratio S:f all present, and made the highest average s evei realised in the Australian colonies, viz. " £2719s 3d. It is gratifying to observe wit what.uniform favor this brand is regarded, the common verdict being that they are the best cattle sold in the colony-and it is pleasure to us that the owner has determined to hold a sale of his pure stock, whiiefrve are suBt will tend much to improvo the -'breed 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 S to-day were-On account of the Hon. Neil SBlack; 14 NB bullocks, from £24 10s to £30 l0s,' aio raging £27 19s 3d; 86 bullocks, stords, from.i 9 10s to £21 15s a...

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

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MALl MIESSRS MtEISI, VIhES, & C repo / Fat Cattle-63 head yarded, a number q consequently prices rose from 30s head on last week's rates. We sol Alex. Lang, Ondit, 40 good quality weight cattle, at from £11 to £1' Sbullocks, average 14 Os Sd; cows, 12s 6d'to £13 2's6d, average £lO11 l s for Mr G Hope, 2 bullocks at .Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moderate r and prices quite equal to last week , We sold for Mr C. J. Whyte, Melt good quality light-weight wethers an at 15s and lls restctively; for Mr: t Hope; 163 good ",aality small ewes, 6d; for Mr \ H1. Bullivant, Barwon i 350 fair quality wethers; and for Mr l'¶Intyre, Shelford, 161 cull ewes at mar rates. Fat Calves:-No good calves yard Sales remain at about last week's prilc Fat Lambs-In good demand, and very e coming forwa . . n fe coming fsrward. We sold 14 tr di'erep1 owners at fromSs6d to 15s. Store Stock'-uld We have some lots ofNattle under offer, anucg1 have enquiry for wethersforfattening. Ver Sfew sales...

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

this s. o,- - ", ice of maris. Y , oung anger is ., r) color, sainds ý1, 5i: S, y bhnddonie and-. S,;, ction, andfroni his anid quality, carnot •hackneys, hunte rho.ese 5s SA to s 7d, medium 3sld to5d 4 9 t6 aflmWeh a me'dium quantity to a fult attendance of buyers. We * all'out but two lots, on whichreserv rather hligh. We consider there is ane of say Gd per skin. Best menr a Sdto Gs 7d, medium 3s Id to 4s 9 rior to proportion. Station skins 6d per lb. Hides-We had the usual anee of buyers, but competition was Ian SThere was a fall of fully 6 d per lb salted 4Ad, calf to 6rd.

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

COLAC SHIRE CNCIL y SPECIAL MEETING PRESENT- Ci. Robertson Wil0s ,n Buchanan,Tilley, and Coniston.. Proceedings were commenced by Cr,' Bucoanan briefl:,y moving that r. .: Robertson be .re-elected Presidenti sor. the ensuing years Cr iTlley seconded "the motion CrWilsn said 'though in f o, ofil the motion he thought,? as;ere was such a small attendance.of ouncillors, that thematter might postponed' . mlCr. Tlleobject ,-'to any :ostpone It was here found thit there was no . Chairman, and Cr i obertson was elected Chairman of tih special meet-. ing?' 'The ?:motion was then:put, !and] carried: ' ORDINRARY CMEETING. / PRESENT Ors Robertson :(Presi dent), Dennis,. Buchana, Coulston Wilson, tilley, an • Ho .. The minutes of thoie vious meeting were read and 'confirmed :. QR RESPOND0ENCE Copies of letters sent since lastvmeet ing, were read by the Secretary [The Presidenti here left to at',end ..::: the :Local :Land `Board and CrBeal whob had ust arrived, was elected 't Chairman fort the m...

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GEELONG GENERAL SESSIONS. Tuesday, August 17th. (Before His Honor Judge Rogers and Juries of Twelve). [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

-GIEELONG GENERAL SESSIONS. - Tuesday, August 17th. (Before His Honor Judge Rogers and Juries of Twelve). ROBBERY FRO I THE PERSON..MAir tnrmstrong acted as Crown Prosecutor. :Michael Fogarty was placed in the dock charged with robbing William O'Mearsa. of seven £1-notes and two land licenses. The prosecutor statedhe was iiH-owe's / Hotel, Ondit, on Sunday, the 20th June, and being a little the worse for liquor he fell asleep, having the money in his pocket. Before he fell asleep he remembered all the persons in the room leaving to go and have their dinner. with the exception of Fogarty, w' a' stayed there. When he woke up; the prisoner was gone and he then kissed his money. He next saw the prsoner on the Monday following pand asked him whether he took the'raone whar he replied in the aflirma+ iv oney Hwhen he lost the money abou.Edar hotel. Buridget Howe, wife of Michael Howe, examined, said she sa H t soner at har bouseeon sa e day mentioned, he had been drit:e all the day, before...

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 15TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

LixverOLA ,S'lIIRE COUNCIL. re- ----- the busine ? TEDSE"'N)'S"-DA, ln SEPT R. re- Suppo'T: Crs. Robertson (President), Boa su i ston, Dennis, Wilson, laimes, Tillo C H---- Howe. mrinutes of tlhe previous meeting wol c.r. eonrfirmed. GUI) CORRESPONDENCE. pies of letters sent since last meetir S) QJEread by the Secretary. ,>m Assistant Commissioner Roads an :egcs, relative to subsidy accounts bein SO sed for payment. " rom same, returning main road account R- 11 report of Comnlissioners of Audi ancy tronm same, requesting Council to fornar, or turn showing assessment on all holding m en-o r 320 acyes. e From Secrtarey of Lands, with reference t, oe ocaimng ofa common at Cressy, enclosinl es ~' of application. It was ordered thai bi formt of application be forwarded to thost tcrested l r rom Comniittee MAelbourne French Floot )LAiet lief Fluid, asking monetary assistance. :las \fter some discussion it.wa sresolved tiha St!letter be acknowvl1pdcd, and a lis, S etted 1i the districet...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET.. October 23. The Age reports :-No new features de v-eloped itself in the ijort markets to-day, the week closing sq vhat quietly. Bread stuffs have a venbteady aspect, supplies being maintaine nan exceedinglymdeite scale. The upward tendency which has marked the course of this market recently havingled to an advance of 30s per ton on flour and 9d per'bushel on wheat, prices seem to have arrived at this natural level for the time, no inclination to force values higher being observable, the present range bemin just a trifle witlhin a scale which woulcd admit of importations being made irom neighboring colonies; Meantime offering are Snlitd, and good brands of country flour are s..f.. ily held at £13. Wheat is worth Gs 6d, bags included, for.best Northern. In feed ing grains, the business passing is extremely small. Maize is almost nominal at 4s Sd. Oats are dull at 3s 6d to 3s 10d for common to prime stout; i i . PRODU E A RK ETP S. The following were the pric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875

ENTIRE HORSES, -- ot ogh-bred Blood • "X :& RAN d . rse, Will1 stand this season at Birregurra, for the service of mares. Young Ranger is of a rich chesnout color, stands 154 hands hih, 8 years old, very handsome and muscular, pertectyon action, and from his purity of blood, style and quality cannot fail to get first-class hackneys, hunters, and stylish carriage horses. For pedigree sea owner. Terms: ,2 , with grass; witbout l grass, £2. The Prize-taking Timor Pony, "TOM THUMIB." . As this pony is so ell known in and the surrounding dist-iets, furthcr Terms: el 1with gass; out grass. JAMES TOWNSEND, Proprietor, Birregurra. T E1" BLOOD eTALLION, T (SMOLENSI(O, By Panic, out of Fairy Queen, Vill'stand at \Voodrow Vale, two niles from Colac. He ill be limited to thirty mares, exclusiv. of o..ei's, therefore early application is necessary. Every care 'taken of' mares, but no re sponsibility. for n " All p earesto be iemoved and paid. for when stintcd, due noticeof which will be ...

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[?]RY CONDITION [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875

( t·~j;CO LONY. ·' 1I gon~ it a~ pie a h·:·osp'ital for· the . (fliO~s 0'aease5, Where p ·1yFmigust b5e isolated , I Miedicines i~ db~Y thnie s fears' sBooks. '.t necessary. -':! :pc . :But while Mein IDVinj. any posci. Medic : the evil itself, :Do ,.any one poilitedI Wcardoing their tmost ýe ?ozinable n - 8 s eeds of these ? the rights 'of Sled ai to poo Sbutt the logicI t. . ?e in e rt } One mnrn previous night 4.son, had been : ~Imaephitic gises ..y occupatioe i ,*; .cesspits which: ir civilisation, the cit y, had a. similiar fate. gnryel of death ib !,eLtrlethe ehld~ren; 's e lel jaity o ~;flZ lli-- they bn d'aO~ wel~e t~o tell Ir~th ofhy lef Jese men used the en? ·placed lin their inodeee adivntam e I odern science to Cating-" ipreventible boiy Oeven a?rive?i at ).- yeit tnereagt 00 year, ago a .On teir dalous regard 'Operty, 'lve they e cespit aboiiina rivers into stink thisp1Opagat z en? f > Cabinet of his follo ig of eo smothered ill n e to hi?ve the evil 1Y 'Butitis o1nl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875

Where 'do you live, in i" sahlbrioius lo?ality, or in ar"egion the atilosphire. of which is periodicaIly tainted - with mn:rlaria' ? If in the latter, it is not inreiasin:ible to suppose that when thie rgitlai' titie fr tohe. developliesnt of miatsma arrives orvery y: ear,, you are ust ais roem?lly shal-i-ne e" with Fever andi Ague. Let ui, hpe ic.ot, hlt if you are, lose no time i i' procuring. Udolpho Wolf's Schiedain- Aromatic S?inapps, which, if icd regtilarly, "will protect' you from the next visitation " I:FIRIJ INSURANCE. 6 \::~ of Austi ala (Liai~ted).k~g ' Modcrlla Data of Premium. 1 ' . 1Irtabr;a ·if 1JR jn anti F'lcces~aati~so l· ncarl~orated uta ea the ;lcest' o OAJTT~t \9J00 lclalsi Registered Offices- Late the Oriental Bank Corpiorationi Premhises--LydiarderStreet. DIRECTORS. Ri F. Hudson; Esq., Il.D?, Chairman. R: B. Gibbs, Esq., J.P. William Cameron, Esq., J.P. A. Anderson, Esq.,, J.P. J. P. Fennings, Esq. Manager: I., J. eones. ' . Auditors/ 1 " George Perry, Esq. I...

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