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THE MARKETS. November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875
THE MARKETS. November 25. The corn market is inactive. Adelade wheat, 53s to 54s; New Zealand, 50s to 53s. Copper and tin are unchanged. About 800 bales ofNew Zealand hemp have been sold at a reduction of £1 a ton. December 3. Wheat is quiet. Australian, 54s to 55s; New Zealand, 51s to 53s. Copper is dull; Australian, £89 to £90. Tin is weak ; Australian, £81. Undated. The corn market is easy, and foreign arrivalds are very large. Copper and tin are unchanged.
THE WOOL SALES. November 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875
THE WOOL SALES. November 26. The opening competition at the wool sales is well maintained. Australian wools maintain mthe closing rates of last series, but Cape wools are 1d to 1½d lower. The A.ustralian proportion i 50,000 bales. December 3. s The wool competition continues ex tremely vigorous, and Australian is rather firmer. Undated. At the wool sales, competition con tinues spirited ; and prices firm, but without any advance.
LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875
LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. - - 0 (AUSTRALIANS ASSOCIATED PRESs TELEGRA.3S.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 16. To-day'in the Assembly Mr. Gillies, in reply, to a question, said that every effort would be made to have the line to Stawellopened at the earliest possible date in Januasy. Mr. Woods then again asked the Government to post pone reception of tenders for the Ararat and Hamilton line, and promised to let it be known on the Stock: Exchange that this was a political line, and it would shake the credit of the colony. Sir James M'Culloch thought Mr. Woods should bemore careful in making such a statement, and said the Govern ment had carefully considered all these circumstances, and would not consent to any postponement in calling for tenders. A debate ensued, in the course of which the Hon. Graham Berry made a long speech in support oi Mr. Woods's proposal, but the Govern ment were inflexible on the point. The budget debato was then resumed, and is expected to conclude to-night....
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. GREAT BRITAIN. LONDON, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. (BY SUBMARINE CABLE.) [REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THIE ASSOCIATED PRESS.] GREAB T BRITAITN. LOxDON, December 13. Tilhe next wool 'sale will be held on Febriuary 11th, 1876. LoNDos, December 3. Sir Julius Vogel sailed in the Somlersetshire on his return to New Zeanland. Sir Alfred Stephen has been gazetted as Lieut-Governor of New South Wales Mrs. Ohildcrs the wife of the Bight Hon. H. C. E Childers, has been killed by an illadvertent inhalation of chlo roform. Tihe inundationi fund at the Mansion House amounts to £14,000.
A TOUR THROUGH THE OTWAY FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875
A TOUR 1'IR'HOUGI ITIi OT'WAY FOREST. (FRaOM OUR OWN COssesroNiDaENT.) It is not that I anticipate anyone would at present desire a tour through the forest tracks to and from the Conast, that I supply you with the following particulars, but that some may, in the event of our ever having fine weather again, he desirous of spending a few days or weeks in anl excursion to the Coast. From Colac to the Mt. Sabine Saw Mills, and for a few miles beyond in fine weatlher the road may be traversed by huggies, but not further with safety, and although I have heard of a surveyor driving 'as far as the mount without accidents, such is not recom mended. The track to the Mount may be ridden over at any time of the year, although in winter boggy in places. From the Mount to within three miles of the Coast, which is about eight miles, the traek is from four feet to eight feet wide, and in winter and ordi nary wet weather is muddy to the depth of two to three feet. with roots and stumps in all direct...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875
MENTRILOGRAPHIONOS. ___ WHAIT Is IT? SHIRE OF COL A C. CATTLE STRAYING ON ROADS. Notice is hereby given that after this date all Cattle found straying on the public'roads within the Shire will be impounded. By order of the Council, P. C. WILSON, Secretary. Shire Office, Colac, 10th December, 1875. NOTICE.-The PARTNERSHIP existing between the undersigned Edward Johnson Belyea and Joseph Cooper was this day DISSOLVED by lmutual consent. EDWARD JOHNSON BEIYEA. JOSEPH COOPER. Witness to the signatures of Edward Johnlmson Belyea and Joseph Cooper, CHARLES CHAPPELL. Colac, Nov. 30, 1875. The BUSINESS will in future be carried on by E. J. BELYEA. All ACCOUNTS duid to the firm are to be paid to him, and all CLAIMIS against the firm are to be sent to him for paymnent. E, J. BELYEA. JOSEPIHI COOPER. [A CARD.] MI R. A.- B U T TLE R, SOLICITOR, Opposite National Bank, Colac. Office Hours-Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 10 till 3. LA CARD.] D R. - F O S T E R May be Consulted at His RFSIDENC...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
,f \Vcste'NT.RE HOPSES. - 1)100 .LO 1) -"A LLION, Wlli stand at W)ooro Vale, tw mOiler frmColac. He1.~ be. ic ted to thlirty mares, celni-vt of ow Ii': thecreorer carly applicaion01 I Iisncessary. Eve-ry care taken of mi-cs, bot no re sponsibillit. All maiiies to I~C remtovedl uiid pail for w-hen stinited, duei notIce of which soill heI give, i.te thIlt 2o Gil per wcek w111 he~ charged fo ras 1Q10nl C~'hTidO L. JOlIHiSTONE, P'roprietor. T iE THIOROUGO' RIllD SI1RE, " L E 0," 'Will stand this sor.-ni a:t Chepstowc. Mount E.mu. 20 miles woet of lUallarnt, 10 miles from l Skipton. nd i :13 f'rom Ararat. MIarcs will ::.so b1e rceived ly Mr. Will Oman. at Preston lial:. :uljoininc Mr. Y. X,\ ilson's station at t(,in. near Lismore; and.-.t )7r Oddic's ftlrm. South lUorrnm bete, nnd fri.waridel- on to Clii'ptowe. Leo is a dI:ak l1:ay !'i'rrv. stnnding six tces hIms hi-h. ('I great hvauty and quality, with power il: d s nbstall ee coim - binced. As wiil c seen by his pedigree Leo possesses ...
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
SCOMMERCIAL. :BOURN1E PRODUCE MARKET. i Wcilnesday Evening. A l'Aqe reports :-Wc note a somewhat iow of business in the import market - : d few sales of any degree of - . have come under our notice. iffs are very firm, t'>: - mdyv lidit. r nr resent. At the opening of the market p s ruled fully equal to last week's rates,,. o~ ino material alteration was noticeable to an "Itent throughouit the sales. We quot ;j-bul locks te13 to £13 10s;'god do, £Wtto £11 " mediuin, £8S to £9; inferior, £7 nnwalrds 1Best cows up to £11, good to£9f ls, medium ,. --.? .' .-"': or £4 upw: rds. The S " .1 averages: l ,'. i ,a 15
THE PALMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
IHE PALJiER. The Graphic 2Bnes has been trvored by ?Ir. T. Watts, who has recently re turned .from the Palmer, with intelli genco which we jimagine should suggest to any persons contemplating a visit to that extensive goldfield the prudence of deferring their purpose for a time-that is, if they can by any possibility obtain a decent ssphsistepoe n a healthy locality. People are always found ready to visk health and life in the most deadly olimato, lured by the exlpectation of obtaining immense for tunes in a 'short time ; but on the Palmer there have up to the present time been no fortunes made nor large prizes drawn from the lottery; Those leaving, after endursing great hardship, if they have been faivored with excep tionally good health, genersally return with a few ounces of gold ; but we have so far failed to meet, or oven hear, of a man coming back with what we, no Gynmpio, should considor even a mode rate '"pile." Mr. 1Watt's description of the scenes on the road down the trac...
[?] IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
K .IMIGRANTS. . , Tfohn, a wvell-known resi - -l iidhust, has just returned& ;y L~'~ it the camp of the German emrI', foloin,?- i ls.ion, Major i -------tes the emable tillowing is a copy, of t' h peamencl,' Thie Land Act, 1869," bTO)?1" in by M\r. Kerferd and Mr. Gillies :' L, au ecliactec(L oy the Queen's Most Exicellent Majesty, by and with the advice of the Legislative Council and Assembly of Victoria, in the present Parliament assembled, and by authority of the same as follows- (that is to say) : 1. This act shall be called and may be cited as " The Land Act, 1875," and shall be read and construed as part of "The Land Act, 1869," hereinafter called the principal act. .2. On and after the day of one thousand eight hundred and seventy the.word " three" in the 19th and 21st sections respectively of the prinoipal act sliall bo road ( six." 3. QA liad after thedate last aforesaid, subdivision 111, of the 20th section of the principal act shall be read as if for the words " d...
APPALLING SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
APPALLINGr SUICIDIU). A brothel in Little Flinders-strcet was, last evening about dusk, the scene of a most horrible case of suicide; the victim being a native of Dantzic, named Maurice John 1ackelwitz, aged 42 years, Aboout twelve months ago, a young woman named Alice Buckley was rescued from drolwning near Prince's Bridge .by the cltbrbs of two mcen, who saw her immfment danger and risked their lives to effcct her rescue. One of them was dlroine? l in the attempt, but the other succeelded in rincgigs the girl safely to lald. She ]lossessed considerable personal attractions, and thnlugh she was known to the police as a 'yoman of certain re pute, several persons took an interest in her, and anmongst thelll the unlfortuna?te manl who yesterday blow his brains out. H-Ie appears to have heeni a inciustrious angd roil:potable individual, and haviii-gmade theacquaintance of Buckleyheat once proposed narriagetoher. She consented, and the c?rcnionouy was duly perfomed. With the ieauis they...
NOTES [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
NOTES In accordan in order toallo ill not be pu Sth inst. T the devils, ved the opp mas holida rtundris7 rei spect olac Stato iai aa an authority s the statement, b tfling affair. ' We'any inqriry made e is present, f ind to creep out to our oril nal full particulars be ound that our subs iade as big a mes f the Pirrons Yaloa A man noa Mr. Cawood's resid S.tur the 11th inst?t e i de ceased had'leen or to ,Mr. Cawood's childre e moliths, and,was only con abouit two days when his d Ho"He was previously one of .i the Ballarat College, iand wasi lydi ted person, being nmasterl of sail la? g s. He said before he died thi hat ifrends, and would not allow atoi t sent for. It is supposed that -sed hIo was stated to have been a veiheanlinker at one time, was ashamed et position become known. This is aner ed life, owing to the curse of alcos Our neighbors at tdit" to have the usual sports at that del fi hip on New Year's Day. A go oirog is in course of preparation, andvmill in our next On Sit...
SCENE IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
SCENE IN Thil 45SUJgfBL Y. IMr. Purves said the imputation cast upon two lion. members of the present Govern teiit, that theo were acting from personal considerations, was unworthy of the hon. member for East Bourke Boroughs. When there ion members who roceivod bribes aMr. M'Kean rose to a point of orldr, and thou-Stt the charge should'-he inuired into. Tihe Chairianill wished to knoowwti h exr)ressioll lneallt. Ir. Purves said the meaiiing he- attache to the words was strictly parliamentar He was about to say, when interrupted, th one or two nmembrloi' votes wer sway do following the late Governmenrt by a i) so whether given with authority did not iAr, thiat being that a change should be n?mad, the duty on woolpacks. Mr. Inglis said that, as the member r ferred to, lie had privately and publicly e, plained tlhat lie had asked the late Goveri mcnt for the duty ; they refused, aand t ! would not pass -the vote. The Chairman said the lion. member i MIornington did not mean a bribe in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
ILONS OF -'--, stuidi'q^oiLA DE i'cenms intention . ,,u the stability t 7 National. Tle 'ifety is perfect ly v y its way. Ti'he ihele di vsted of tchnicalities, resolves it . this: Was the recent bonus decli s National more than the tstate/, , warranted *I think thlcrefWC' doubt about it. The opi~iPhate Dvisio. able to judge say that thtiSS A.O.F;A. thie Society to arrive at $' radically wrong, anld iQ'UHTAl T MAC ally deluiiccd by 'I\ . dc i ounc d of SQ. (Repircsentative Vice-president of,tle iSq" . :Repu Ius.. London, who is cdutual ife Assurance authority on such s-iver AftLECTURE in , he the effect of tfi I-all, on WEDNESDAY, tiou ? Will it not( not to any appre have this effect, iCIAL ECONOMICS," the Associatin, r Eff fair share of the anbrace the Effects of must go to imakle iq'Power of A ..on, wrongfully allotted too'tfi,*--ife ITnsurance. thle institution prior the valuat_ . similar case of erroneous mlde of ,ii.' ° was at one time adopted by thi Provident Society, whereby ...
OBSERVATIONS EARLY IN THE MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
OBSERVA TIONS EARLY Ic THE 3IORNVINVG. ---+-- By OLD JI.MAOLONG. Being desirous of seeing some of the horses in training for the forthcoming?? Cola, Amateuor Races go through their work, I decided to pay a visit to the traiinig ground, near the banks of the Lake, for that purpose. Ac cordingly, a morning or two since I arranged with a friend to call me in the usual orthodox manner peculiar to those who go out on such expeditions, namely, by " throwing a little gravel againast the window." The sharp tap of the gravel against the glass roused nme front the "arms of Mlurphy," and I was soon en ro ce for the traiining course, accolm panied by my friend. Upon our arrival at the training ground we found that we were rather early, as neitllher ualn nor steed was to be seen. After waiiiing a few minutes, our patience was rewarded by seeing "Old Son " drive on to the ground in a regular American trotting sulky, with the trotting mare, Kate Keartiey, in the .shafts. "Old Son's " seat did not ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinety understood that we do not identify ourseves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] LIFE INSURANCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
CORREEDSPONDESCE. [It is to be distincty understood that we do not identify ourseves with the opinions of our correspondents.-EDITO-.] LIFE INSURANCE. (TO TIE EDITOR OF TIHE UERALD.) Sin,-In noticing my intended lecture on Social Economics, announced for Wedies day next, your contemporary mentioned two matters in connection with life insiurance that require elucidation, and which, it was said; miglit with advantage be referred to in my lecture. These were, the mode of pro cedure adopted in the recent valuation of the life. policies of a certain ofice, and the diffi culty raised by all the offices in the matter of proof of age. If you will kindly allow me space in your columns, I will refer to those subjects now. I may say, however, it would scarcely 'laves come within my prlovince to have attempted to elucidate thile llhirs of societies with which I aml in no way connected, had not the subjects referred to been made niatters of common notoriety, through article i the i1q,/e neiwspap...