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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. December 1. Fat Cattle,-960 were yarded, nearly all of' good and prime quality, although the supply was moderate the demand was anything but brisk, and prices receded from 20s to 25s per head from last week's rates, the market closing dull. P'rime qualitybullocks realised from £12 10s to £14; good do, from £10 to £11; second do, from £S to £9 ; inferior, from £5 upwards. The following are the principal averages:-M.essrs. Robertson Bros. 111 bullocks, £11 10s; Mr. J. Tyson's 146 do, £10 13s ; Messrs. Rudd Bros. 253 head of cattle, bullocks averaging £10 4s Sd, and cows £7 6s Id; Mr. A. Booth's 155 head of cattle, bullocks £10 16s 5d, cows £7 Gs 9d ; Mr. A.. Murray, 112 bullocks, £10 12s. Fat Calves.-90 came to band, which proved quite sufficient for the wants of the trade, and the prices realised were abouot equal to last week's. Best sold at from 50s to 60s; good, from 40s to 45s ; second, from 30s to 35s ; inferior, from 15s. Fat Sheep.--17,711 were pen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

SENTIPA' 11 r ' FlO., Stand this season at Yeo, the .,. thorough-hred entire horse, "THE BARON." The Baron's :ire and darm werc imported Sby Mr Chirnside. ' Pedigree-The Baron, by Amator. t Amator by Rataplan, out of Amanda, got ,by Annandale her dam Extravagance, by c Volteur. The Baron's damn Dewdrop, by Turnus hy Tayrus, out of Catherine, by Don John, g g'dam Arachne, by Flho da-puta, &c., &c. The Baron is at brown horse, aged, I stands 16 hands, thick set horse, short legs, with good flat bone. The Baron's stock can be seen at Mr J. Calvert's, Irrewarra, as the pairs he drives in the buggy and the carriage, are by The Baron. They took first prize at last Colae Show. As to age and qualities of The Baron, apply to Mr. John Scott, Colac, the late owner. Tcrms-J3 3s, mares to be removed on notice, or a charge of 2s 6d per week ivill be made. A good grassed and well watared paddock, will be provided. All Scare will be taken of mares, but no respon sibility'. b THEODOR...

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HORTICULTURE IN COLAC. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

I iHORTICULTURE IN COLAC.' (Torml ErDITOR OF TI?E sHshle.) SIR,-- =In your:issue:of Friday last, you refer to the failure of the Polwarth. and South Qgrenville, Agricultiiial.',?nd Horti cultural(?) Show; ivhch' was held oni"the previous Wednesday. :That it was. afaihife there is,no doubt; ;.that. the N -thersha21 something to do with that failure eis,also truo ; but the most undoubtedfact of all is that the management ,oLf, the horticultural department of the Society is in the hauds of individuals who are ,whollyiic6mpctent or incapable of issuing ahythiing like a satis. fiactory prize-list. Ifsuch is 'not the case, how can they accoist for the small number of entries in that department of the Show ? Surely the Colac district'was not fairly re presented by the few-and i ni:many cases, miserable- =productionis thatwere thcii'exhi bited. I 'should be sorryindeed to think so. If there are!reallyaany lovers of Horticulture in this district-and the many :well-kept gardens to: be seen ar...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK REPORT. December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

BALLiAIAT LIVE STOCK? REPORT. December 1. McEssRs HEPBURN AM) LOxnARD report : The stock yarded were-269 cattle, 38 calves, 17,639 sheep, 1890 lambs. Fat Cattle. Supply was a moderate one in point of num bers, quality rangino from medium to good, with a fair proportion prime. There was a fair attendance of the town trade, but scarcely any country buyers were present, on account of which, although at opening sales fully last week's rates were obtainable, towards the close a reduction of O10s to 15s a head was established. Quotations-Best pens bullocks, £11 to £13 ; good, £9 to £10 10s; medium, £6 10s to £8; cows at pro portionate rates. Following are averages of the principal mobs-Mr. A. S. Robertson's Executors, 12 bullockls, £10 14s 10d, 40 cows, £7 9s ld; Mr. .T. Thomson, 102 bullocks, £10 Ss 8d ; Mr. J. Doherty, 21 bullocks, £6 17s, 7 cows, £5 12s 6d. Fat Calves.-A full number yarded for the time of the year, consequently prices ruled somewhat easier, best selling to 54s. Fat Slh...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

NEW SOUTH WALES. S SYDNEY, December 2. Eleven essays sent in to, the Com mission, on the progress and resources of the colony. The' loan for railway extension is £2,900,000, and £50,000 is also pro mised for emigration purposes. The Government has issued a num ber of gold and silver medals for per sonal bravery during the bushranging period. i:... November 30. The Estihaites are to be laid on the tabld to-mdA w_-and the flancial state ment is to .be made next week. It is rumored the Government intend to make large proposals in favor of two railway extensionis. The. appointent of Agent-General is under consideration. Ieaivy showers fell at Mudgee last night,' and if it continues it promises to dispel thedrought and improve stock for market. The Government intend to grant a gold medal to the widow of Commis ioner Grenfell for the latter's bravery in defending the Bourke Escort from the bushnngelr Rush has agreed to pull Trickett for :500, but only on the Clarence River, and at a later...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

0OUTIT AIJSThALIAý ApDELAIflý Dccarnbei 2. S. ATuxzIrd, laudlord of the suicide. Mr. Prankerd has given £500 to the Adelaide University. The gale has moderated, and the brig Raymond, which was ashore at Semaphore, has got off. Wheat is quiet at 4s Sd to 4s 9d. November 30. The Council has passed the Public Purposes Loan Bill without amend ment. The Governor has assented to it, and prorogued Parliament to the 25th February. The Mayor, in his annual report, stated that last years' revenue of the Corporation was £35,000. The Claud Hamilton takes 2000oz. of gold from Port Darwin. The Commissioner of Police reports that the present system of licensing wine-shops isdetrimentalto the interests of morality. The Rev. J. Jefferies leaves for Mel bourne to-day to supply the Rev. A. H. Henderson's pulpit for a month. Mr. A. R. Wallis, Secretary of the Victoria Department of Agriculture, read a paper last night before the Chamber of Manufhctures on agricul tural education. Fifty thousand bushels...

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) S IMELBOURNE, December 2. The R.M.S. China left at two o'clock this afternoon with a large number of passengers, including the Ristoritroupe, which proceeds to Venice. Mr. Fallon, the wine-grower, is also a passenger. The gold and specie carried is worth more than a quarter of a million sterling. The gale was so strong at Bass's Straits that the steamer Tamar was 47 hours coming from Launceston. The will of the late Mr. John Winter was proved to-day. The personal pro perty was sworn at £52,000. It is reported that two earthquake shocks were felt at Wilson's Promon tory at five o'clock this morning. In the Assembly Mr. Dixon asked if the Government intended doing any thing with reference to Mr. Mason's case. Mr. Casey pointed out that the best coirse vould be to appoint a select committee to enquire into the'dmatter. Sir James M'Culloch - said that the Government did not intend to take any action. Mr. Mason said that the Hous...

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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. M?ELBOURNE, December 2. In the Assembly to-day, Mr. Dixon biought the case of Mason under the attention of the House. He thought that the head of the Government should indicate what steps he intended tb take. Mr. Casey said it was not a question to be left to the Government, until a committee had reported on the matter. Sir James M'Oulloch declined to dealwith private chargesagailstmem bers, and it Was a matter in which the Government had no right to interfere. It should be left to the hIon. member himself and his constituents; besides, the tribunal which had decided against him was not recognised in the country. Mr. Mason was willing to submit him self to the House, but as he had com menced an action, asked that judgment mnignt be suspended. After some re marks from Messrs. Patterson and G. P. Smith, Mr. Dixon gave notice that on Tuesday next ise would move for a Committee of Enquiry respecting this matter. 1*M< Witt ent...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE REPORT. November 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE . : 3 REPORT. / November 30. SMessrs. GEORGE SYNNor and Co/report: Sheepskins:-=.Wr offered over 7000 skins to day to a full attendance of buyer. Biddings were spirited, and we are able/to report an Sentire clearance of every lotat last week's prices. Best skins brought 481d to 60d each; mediuim ditto 42dto 46d ea1ch lambskins is to 2s id each; station skins 4d to 71d per Spound. Hides-Were in better demand to lay and prices ruled a trifle higher. We offered and sold 317 wet salted bringing 4d to 4.d per pounid;/ good-conditioned ditto 4jd to 5d per pondl ; dry ditto 53d to 6d per pound ;; calfskins, 44d to 51d per pound.: Tallow.- Sincf last report we have sold 157 pipes as follqws M-utton, £33 to £35 perton; beef £3 to £32; mixed £20 to £32 per ton; stati?s" sorts £38 to £3115s; rendered fat 3d to 33d per pound ; rough fat 21d to ,Rd per/pound. Horns, Bones, and ?ioofs..-Thereis a first-class demand ats present, ' sid ave disposed of several rge parcels, at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

COACHING. -' 7 , • COBB AND CO'S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LLEE OF COACHES. DAY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day. Coach leavea Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m passing through Colac at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT MAIL. GEELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at 9,50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CABAMUT, PENS HURST, A" D HAMIILTON, TIMORNC TO MOUNT GAMBLER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate post towns, leaving Geelong every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 9.50 p.m. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Booking Office, Geelong, daily (Saturday excepted). at 9.50 p.m. for Warrnambool and Belfast, returning from Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 10.30 a.m., on Sundays at 4a.m. and from Warrnasibool daily (Saturdays ex. cepted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday,...

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[?]ednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

S 'he Age reports:-Business has been 'h-ost at a .sitandstill to-day, the markets having sufferedneglect fromthe circumstance that mail engagements have monopolised at tention. Breadstuffs are slow in exhibiting signs of settling, and the trade demand for ilour has received a check, without much prospect of an early revivald. Flour has not declined in value in the same piroportion as wheat, as it was previously ruling at a rela tively lower rate. By public sale to-day some small lots of Northern wheat realised Gs 2d, and New Zealand brought 5s 2Od. -Privately there is-very little doing, as offerings of Victorian wheat are light, but the incoming Adelaide steamers are ex pected to bring a full supply to anythinghut ready market. Flour is firm at £13 for good country made; under the hammer a trifling quantity was quitted at £12 17s 6d to £13. In feeding grains, maize, though reported firm at 5s, does not find much favor. Oats wcrc extensively quitted by public sale; upwards of 2000 ba...

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SANDHURST RACES. THURSDAY, 2ND DECEMBER. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) FLYING STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

SANDHURST RACES. THURSDAY, 2ND DECEMBER. (AUSTRALI?N ASSOCIATED PRESS TELECRAMS.) * FLYING STAKES. Eversley ... ... ... 1 STHEPLECHASE. Blunderbuss ... ... ... 1 Shouldn't Wonder ... ... 2 Athlone ... 3 There were eight starters, and Blun derbuss won easily. SANDHURST CuP, One mile and a quarter and a distance. Leng's Southern Cross . 1 Jellett's Richmond ... ... 2 Waldock's Blazes ...... 3 Three other horses started. Thlis vwas a splendid race, and was won by a head only. Time, 2 min. 27. . On Wednesday, Herod won the Epsom Handicap, with Southern Cross Ssecond. The Hurdle Race was won by Eversly. The Bendigo Handicap by Blazes, Richmond second, Benjisoo third. Irishman won the Selling Race, and Gentility the Handicap for two and three-year olds.

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[?] TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL. LONDON, 22nd November. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

- EUROPE. T(BYH UBMARINE CABLE.) EREUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.] THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL. LONDON, 22nd November. The Australian mail of'7th October, via Brindisi, has been delivered.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

Tue Assembly has voted supplies to the Ministry until the end of the yeir, but there the forbearance of the Oppo. sition ends. The civil servants and others in the Governmenit employ, who have lately held grave doubts as to their Christmas supplies being ruth lessly stopped, may now rest quietly in the full assurance that they may enjqi. the festive season as usual, and thiŽ notwithstanding the fact that Mr. BEaRY and the Opposition generally have been charged with all sorts of obstructiveness and variousother things, which are completely destitute of truth ful foundation. However, it cannot be expected that the Opposition will go on granting supplies at this rate, while the debate on the budget drags "its slow length wearily along." There is a limit to all things, and it is too much to suppose that the Opposition will thus help the TREASURER to carry on the government of the colony, and so sup port a system to which they are utterly opposed. Mr. BERRY has determined that this conti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. Coughs, Influenza.-The soothing properties of these medicaments render them well worthy of trial in all diseases of the respira tory organs. In common colds and in fluenza the Pills, taken internally, and the Ointment rubbed over the chest and throat, are exceedingly fficacious. .When influenza is epidemic, this treatment is the easiest, safest; and surest. Holloway's Pills purify the blood, remove all obstacles to 'its free circulation through the lungs, relieve the over-gorged air tubes, and render respira tion free, without reducing the strength, irritating the nerves, or depressiflgthiespirits; such are the ready means of escaping froits sufferings inflicted by colds, coughs, bros chitis, asthma, .rsd other chest complaints, by which the health of many people is eriously and permanently injured in every country. ml ý " i"r"' Sncorporat under TIS 1864. "Y . CAPITAL £20QOOO e, Registered Offices-Late the the Corporation Premises--Lydiar t he DIRF.CTO...

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COLLISION AT SEA. LONDON, 22nd November. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

COLLISION AT SEA. LoxDox, 22nd November. A collision has taken place between the Somnerasopore (l S6mersetshire) anid the Cutty Sark bound to Sydney, and the latter has been compelled to return to dock.

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. November 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. November 29. 1sizis. BucksLANi u A D BuRNETr.report : Frat Cattle-A shoat supply (only 51 head) yarded, sales were consequently exceedingly brisk, and prices fully 20s a head higher than ?ast week.' We sold; for Mr. E. Coul ston, Ondlity and:Messrs: Coogan, 20 head at up to £12 for bullocks. and £9 15s for cows. FatrSheep-A moderate supply, and sales a abtot. last .week's prices. We sold 350 -fair quiality light veight w\vethers, for Messrs. SW. anrd N. G. Elder, Rokewood, at'7s; for Mir. J. Darey,: Ondit, 181 fairto good quality ewes at from 4s 10d to 8s Gd ; for Mr. Alex. Armstrong,.Warrambine, 21 prinie quality Sewes at Os 3d. Total, 552. Fat Calves SDull of sale: We sold 5 at up to 30s for best quality. Fat Lambs--'A large number yarded, principally second quality., For best quality sales were brisk, others dull of sale at low rates. We sold 51 good to prime quality shorn lambs, for 'Mr. Alex. Arm. strong, at from 6s to. 9s, averaging 8s ; for Mr. J. D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

COLAC AMATEUR TURF CLUB RACES. WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, 27OrI DECEMBER, 1875. STWARDSw : Mr. E. Johnstone Mr. A. Chapman ' J. Tilley G. Hall P. Fallon D. Kinane H. A. Whlyte T. Kemp M. Neylon J. Woods Mr. J. Wray. JuDoc: Mr. H. A. Whyte. I STARTER : Mr. G. Hall. i CLERK OF SCALES: Mr. P. Fallon. CLERK OF COURSE : Mr. J. Kclep. TREAsURER: Mr. J. Wray.' P R.O G RA IMM E: MAIDEN PLATE, of 20 sovs. /Onl mile and a half. Weight for age. Entrance, £1. JuNioR STAKES, of 20 sovs.1 For two year olds. Distance, three-quarters of a mile. Weights, fillies and geldings, 7st 41b colts, 7st 71b. Entrance, £1. Qualilica; tion, £1. COLAC AIATEURn TUiF CLUB HANDICAP, of 50 sors. Two miles. Entrance, £2 10s, half forfeit. SELLI.N RACE, of 15 sovs. One mile and a half. Winner to be sold for £15, any sur plus to go to the Race fiuds. If entered to be sold for £10, allowed 711: if.for £5, al lowed 141b. Entrance, £1. No qualifica tion. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 25 sovs. Two miles. Nomination, £1. Acceptanc...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 3 December 1875

1To'ES AND EVENTS. 7cb- are in possession of several particulars to the nuisance occasioned at Pirron ng-lloak, through sheep-washing at the gangamite Estate, but are compelled to Idthem over for the present. However, lto may state, as an attempt has been made prove that no nuisanee exists, we are in a -sitipn to fully and satisfactorily prove the statements made by us respecting the matter. Mr. Ryan drove his cows to the creek, but thlie animals would not drink the water, hbut afterwards drank fronm a part of the stream -'bove where the polluted water flows into it ailditthe sheepwash. We understand that a •. tion was taken round by Mr. Gordon JklOner; which was signed bylsome eleven ?, jtns, under a misapprehansion as to the jl facts. of the case. However, another ition is now in course of signature for presentation to the Shire Council, which uit? lie signed by nearly every person about efgion Ydlloak, praying that steps will be nten to do away' with the nuisance. A itnilar petit...

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GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

r ,G ??-GERMANY. MA. violent., debate occurred: in: the anian Chamlier of-Deputies on the ig 'ress: reicetly introduced by. :the ltramontane party, calling for. the sismissal of the Ministry. . The adhdress ,s passed by.79 to 76, but the King xithsed to accept the Ministry's resigna e!o'za when tendered.. . ..' aid'.is stated thatA P'incde Frederickl iVar s .will [visit-t :6dehtennium at bilaýelphia, and, that a "'German 3inadclon will cscortthinm to: thie 'Ari ciol coast. tSa Oep llrt aa' ig n "circ'latiodn that s z, ten.- ,resignin b ffice dsi .^ ': ?ilc, ? ;l'Goiernmentl are about i et sler Coii1t VoiAmrnim t" o service: . .. .: *

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