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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. January 29. The Governor is absent from the city, entmtainiing Sir Willi:am Stawcll at Victor HIarbor, and MIr. Boucaut has therefore been unadble to send him IMr. Erskine's resignation, and nothing has been done respecting his successor. The Kadina and Wallaroo IRailway shows a, net profit for the last half-year of nearly £900, and the Provincial Gas Company netted a profit of nearly £900 last year. Several cases of sunstroke have oc curred, two or three cases being fat:il. January 28. Duflield's mill, destroyed by lire a' Gawler, was a large new one near the railway station, and it was lately taking in 30,000 bushels of wheat weekly. The insurances aumount to £8,500, in the following offices :--Inmperial, Cornwall, Queen, Australian Alliance, Commner cial, and Victoria. An immense quantity of stacked wheat caught fire, but the bulk was saved. An inquest is to be held on Monday. Elizabeth Gillies, a single woman, ar rest:d for drunkenness, (lied suddenly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

Si?UONEY TO LEND.-- 5000 to bec lent on Mortgage of Country Lands, in oue. sum or in smaller unounts. Also, £20 up to £100 ad vanced on deposit of deeds or Govern ment leases. All kinds of agency business trans acted. JAMES HENDY, Loan -Broker and Estate Agent, 7, Mmdalop street, Geelong. IN ATI:VE 'YOUTH HOTEL, B I 1 EG U P. A. P. e. CAEHILL, PROPRIiETOR, Bc \gs to inform the public of Birregurra manal t'o surrounding district that the abo re IHo'tel has undergone a thorough renec )astion, oiad has a large BILLIARD RO( )M attac:ed. The Proprietor trust a by strici; attention to business and moderate clhaeP-s to obtain a fair share of public l"Ptronago. The 1 seat accommo lation foret ,ommercial Travellers and others. Aleg i Wines, and Spirits of the cho'iccst brands kept at the NATIVE YOUTTI. HOTEL, BIIIREGUI RA.. tD 0 Y A I: H O T E L, L MURRAY ST'REET, COLAC. LM. ANTIONY, PROPI.IETOR. The above Hotel has hlt ly under gone a thorough repair, and is now in first-cluss order. TWINES...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

PARLIAMENT. -4-- , LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, January 27. The entire sitting, it mightbe said, of the Assembly was devoted to a debate upon a motion which was neither more nor less than a trap :laid for the Opposition by Sir James M'Culloch and his colleagues. Os tensibly with a view to expediting public business, the Premier proposed that Govern meit business shouiild be taken each evening of sitting niot later than five o'clock: It was seen from the first that, if this proposition were carried, it would completely gag mem-. bcrs from bringing forward for the rem?inder ' of the session any questions of an incon venient nature to the Governient, but the House was not altogether prepared to be told- that it was the first step towards coercing the Opposition into compliance with Sir James MI'Culloch's financial pro posals. The fact was elicited by a series of pertinent questions put by Mr. Service. They were as follow :-Was the resolution a necessary part of the means to procure ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

NEW SOUTH WVALES. SYDNEY, January 31. .l[r. Hall has written to the Herald defending himself from public attacks, and offers to submit to an investigation into all his transactions. The telegraph station at the Gilbert Riyer has been stuck up by blacks. About 100 surrounded the station, and the operator had a narrow escape of his life. lRain has been general to the north ward of Queensland. The Governor and family visited the Blue Mountains on Saturday, and re turned this evening. Mr. Soames, a dealer, was stuck up in the Carcoar district last week, and robbed of forty-eight pounds. January 30. The Windsor Castle has arrived. Dr. Saunders died on the passage. January 2?. The Betting Houses Suppression Bill has been amended in committee, by giving nower to visit suspected premises 1 and make arrests, persons found therin being liable to a penalty of to50. The Warwicks beat the East Sydney for the Chlalleiig Ctibhy 10.wickets: The alleged ill-tireattit oe f a girl iii the Catholic Orp...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

L[IPOUN.DIAGS. CoLAc.-Escaped.-1 brown and white cow\, p) off ribs, like H near B rump ; 1 brown horse, 4 near shoulder; 1 bay horse, r ,. off and near shoulders (writing 11) 1 black horse, R, near shoulder; bay horse, :m G near shoulder ; 1 browu mare, lFB near neck ; I brown horse, PB] and various indis tinct brands. 2 red andwhite heifers, like K ribs ; 2 red heifers, like K] ribs; 1 red steer, like K ribs. I brown noire, like It near shoulder, like T oil' shoulder, escaped; 1 red co\\, like I.L ribs, escaped. lI' not ciaimnei a;nd expen;ses paid, to be sold on 18th IFebrumary 187;. John Chap man, Poundkeeper.

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SPEAKING AGAINST TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

SPL?KING( AGAINST TIMIE; The .galleries were clearedl on Friday " nmorlinog, it a quarter past twelve. ::Mr. Gaunson continued addressing the House. The hoen.- member throughout his speech, defended at great length the policy of. the Opposition,' ad in the course;of a review of the constitutional question,'in vindication of which thlie hon. member contend the p?licy was adopted, attention was repeatedly called to the state of the House, but on each occa sion the Government contrived to muster a quorum of their supporters. iMr. Gaunson conclhded his remarks about half-past five o'clock. Mr. W. C. Smith, in addressinog the IHouse, referred to the political character of the hon. members comprising the Govern ment majority. Theh.n. member's remarks were applied more especially to Messrs. Inurray Smith and Longton, and other leading followers of the Government, point ing out the inconsistency of the remarks which these gentlemen noSw made with re gard to the Opposition tactics, when coml...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

"~,::2 to .. .. q-r J ? :D7 . CI ..Or" O^ H '. as -^:''^ý^,, _, u='" _ y ýo ý- ýýr =il 1 H V _ . `, ý J ý:J ..ý ^ Cý. ^ J ^a ý w n ''' ýýC' e3 s-lfa-u -- E 6-4c=1 ~s ,~2SS N ~c"~~.~ 323.~-31~~. -7 2 ~ -~ O i-1 r "" ' °t~` "U. ^ E -< * r ° Uh . A .5-"' ~==L) 82 ~ p 7: top03 1 -+ d~O 41.il' c " '" .. .rIC i: r rF w ff- C·q., .^, criq :O~c PR ul DUCE MARKETS. The ollowin were te the prices of produce at the undermesntioned markets at the latest dates LcWheat. Floisr' Oats. Flour. Potatoes. Hay. ['er Lushel. Per IBuhel. Per Bushel. Per Ton. Per Ton. Per Ton. s. d. s. d. s.d. s. d . . 8.d. £ s. .C s. £ s. £ s. . s. Melbourn..... 5 0 to 5 1 5 0 to 5 31 2 to 3 6 11 5tol 10 Ballarat ........ 5 0 to 5 1 4 (; to,5 3 3 to 3 4 12 0 to 12 5 3 10 to 4 0 3 0 to 3 1 astlelmaine...a 4 ( to 4 9t 4 6 to 4 1 3 6 to 4 0 13 0to 13 5 0 to 5 10 3 0 to31( ,:yneton ....... ... Sandhurst..... 4 10 to 4 ... 3 4 to 3 (13 0 5: 10 4 0 to 4 10 (eelong ....... 5 0 to , 2 4 0 to 4 :1 0 to 3 3-12 5 to 12 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

COACHING. COBB AND CO'S ]ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. BAY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m passing through Colac at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. !EReturn day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Bookiny Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT MAIL. GEELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, as 9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTTAKE, CAP AMUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, THrENCE TO MOUNT GaM1lE1 .i AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA. and all intermediate ost. towr.s, leaving Geelong every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. at 9.501 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 Warrnambool daily (Saturda\s ex cepted) at 1 p.n., on Sundays at 6 a inm . from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday, an...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

TinE Ministerial organs and supporters generally are jubilant over the so-called defeat of the Opposition on Thursday night, or rather Friday morning last, and anticipations of the speedy down fall of the " stonewall " have been very freely indulged in. VWe cannot conceive what caume there is for such great rejoicing on the part of the M'CULLOCIIoIT'rS. l?he barren vicol3y if victory it can be called-which the Government obtained on Friday imorn ing last will have no effect on the great principle at stake, alnd only shows to what lengths the TIcEASURiEIr is deter mined to force the Opposition, so that it may become unpopular. The Op position has shown the Government that it is in earnest, and the country imust now be satisfied that there is no half-heartedness about those who have taken their stand in the Assembly for the purpose of resisting the financial schemes of Sir JAMES M'CULLOCIi, who seeks to change the taxation of the colony in a radical manner-in fact to make a bouleverse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

COLAC PRESBYTERIAN CUIIRCH. A SOIREE. In connection with the above Church, will be held at the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, COLAC, ON TUESDAY, TILE STu FEBRUARY. Tea on the Tables at 6 o'clock p.nm. ADMISSION-2S. TICKETS to be had at the Stores of Messrs. Robertson and 31'Intosh, E. Cooper, A. HamI:ilton, and D. Dunoon, also from MIcmbers of Conmmittee. A PUBLIC MEETING Will be hold afterwards, when addresses will be delivered by the Rev. J. D. Dickie, pastor of the Church ; the Rev. F. R. M. Wilson, Camperdown ; the Rev. William Henderson, Ballarat; the Rev. J. Wagg, Colac; the Rev. R. O. Cook, Colac ; and other gentlemen. MUSIC BY THE CHOIR. ANDREW 3MURRAY, Esq., J.P., in the Chair. SHIRE OF COLAO. £ 50 REWARD. Whereas some evil-disposed person or persons did, on the evening of the 29th or morning of the 30th December last, feloniously break into the Colac Shire Pound, remove therefrom a num ber of cattle, and cause others to escape, NOTICE is hereby given that a RE WARD of FIFTY POUNDS will...

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COLAC POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 28TH JANUARY. (Before Messrs. Panton, P.M., Coulston Hamilton, and Dennis, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 1 February 1876

COLAC FPOLICE COUR?.f FRIDAY, 2STh JasiARYn. (Before Messrs. Panton, P.M., Coulston Iamilton, and Dennis, J.P's.) Police v. Ishmael Baliford.-Charge of cruelly ill-treating a horse on 22nd January last. Senior-constable Flahive stated that he was returning from Geelong on the day in question, when he came across the de fondant, whose teams were taking up the whole of the road, and on going to remon strate with him he noticed that one of his horses was very much bruised about the neck, which was in a frightful state. The defendant stated that it was a young horse, and that it was all right when lie started from Terang. The horse was very fat, and he could not leave him. Another charge against the defendant for icaving his waggons in the middle of'the road was then heard. Senior-constable Flahive stated the particulars, which are given in the first case. The Bench fined: defendant for the first offence a?penalty of 20s and 5s costs, and for the second 10s and 5s costs. Crown Lands Bai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

BUSINESS. 10 NI., FT EOENE &c, &? Sz ' z N Z Pi:_:8 C j O-WAT'lT'S PATENT ANUCAP .?? IC SA~FETY'I i(EROSI'?N 1 LAMP givesa the ost pare auncd brilliant white light, burns less kerosene than any other ]aelp yet offered to the public. Icqeires no Chienocy. Coo Ihe had suit able for T'able, hlall, Churches, Stables, &e., &e. 'o b ie hnbad of all Storelepcrs. Whole sale of all Ironaoingers. Becware of Spntriolus Imitations. ,None are genuine n\ithout the Double l)oaec, otnd with the brand i.OW'ATT'S 'AT'I'ENT ANUCAPNIC. Sale diahers and 5atentccs, ROWA'T"T 1& SON, Edinburgh and London. OLC A BLREWERY, COLAC. C. T. HARRIS Late in the employ of Mr. W. Strickland as Brewer, wishes to notify to the Hotel rroprietors and the public of the \Western District that he has comamenced business as BIre?cr in this well-known and far famedc establishaient, and hopes by strict attention to business and the production ofa "Drop of Goodt Beer," to merit a fair sha...

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A LONG SUFFERING EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

A LONG SUFFERING EDITOR.l I happened to be in the Argus office the other day, talking with Colonel Bangs, the editor, when a red-whiskered nman entered, and saluted the colonel by throwing a chair at him. Then hie seized Bangs by the hair, bumped his head against the table three or four times, and then kicked hhim on the shins. When this exhilirating exercise was over, the visitor shook his first very close to the colonel's nose, and said. "You mutton-headed out-cast ! If you dent put that notice in to-morrow, I'll come round yer and smash you up I Do you hear me 1" Then he cuffed Bang's cars a couple of times, kicked him some more, emptied the inkstand over his head, poured the sand from the sand-hox in the same place, knocked over the table, and went out. During all this time the colonel sat still, with a sickly kind of a smile upon his faco, and never uttered a word. When the man left, Bangs picked up1 the table, wiped the ink and sand from his face, and turning to me, said- " Gu...

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TIGERS IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

TqIGERjS 1W INi-DIA. Dr. Fayrer tlhinlks it probable that, on account of the general disarming of tihe natives after the mutiny, the num ber of tigers has increased rather than diminished of Ilte years. Their ravages are cerbtinly appalling. Captnain Rogers says that in Lower Bengal alone, during the six years ending in 1866, 13,400 human beings were killed by wild animals, while Government reports state that during the same period, and in tlh same locality, 4,218 of the above fell victims to tigers, while 4,287 were slain by wolves. In the-E angpore district alone, the yearly loss of life is between 55 and 60. The exploits of indlivilus?l tigers are even more remark ible. We read of one tiger wvhich, in 1867, 1863, and 1869, killed reslpect ively 27, 3, and 47 pcsople. Ones it killed a father, mother, and three children within a few monoents. This dangerous brute killed 271porsons in the week before it was shot. Another tia~er destroyed during 1856, 1857, 1853, n aveelage of 80 pe....

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

MELBOURI iE LiVE STOCK 31AliKET. February 2. Fat Cattle.--1000 were yarded for the week's Su0)Ply, nearly all front the north, a large proportion being of prime andt good deseripttion. There was a fair atteldance of buycrs, and although prices fluctuated to sonic extent; on the whole an advance of from is to 10s per head was obtained on last week's rates. Primne quality Iollocks sold at front £11 to £12; good do, from £10 to £10 lOs; second do, from £8S to £9; in ferior do, front £7 ; best pens of cows fromt £S to £8 17s Gd; others frott £5 upwa-rds. The following were the principal lots penned and sold to-day :--MIessrs. G. A. and P. Mein, Moolpa station, to £10 17s Gd ; Mehssrs. Cox and Bloomfield, Eversham, 100 bullocks, averaging £8 14s 5d; SIr. Keogh's 296 do, frott £8 to £11 17s 6id. Fat Calves-S5 came to hand, which were difficult of sale at low figures. Best realisedl fromt 40s to 50s; secosd from 30s to 35s; inferior from 15s. Fat Sheep-This market was supplited with 64,522...

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A BORN JOURNALIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

A BORNV JOURINALIST. The Coromandcl Jra.ilt gives the following biographical sketch of a colo nial journalist :-- " We learn that Mlr. Montagu Brown, who for over a peroid of two years has filled the sub-editorial chair of the New Zealand Herald is about to leave Aucklandl for Dunedin, to fill the engagement on the Guardian, a leading morning daily papler. Al though young inyears Mr. Brown ranks among the smartest newspaper men of this or any of the neighbouring colonies. And from our personal knowledge of this gentleman, if he did not possess all the qualifications of newspaper work, we should say more shame for him. Mr. 1M. Browne was born prematurely in an editor's room adjoining a news paper printing office, and has been con nected with the newspaper press from ,hat hour to this. At three days old aL girl to whom thie child had been committed let him fall into a keg of printer's ink, and it was days and days before he could be. brought to his original complexion. At twelve mmont...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

COLAC ACIE CLUB. TIE ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Club will be held oa0 WEDNESDAY, IMARICH 2 , 1876. STEWAilDS : J. Calvert, Esq. C. Robertsos, Esq. M. Neylon, Esq. t. S. Murray, Esq. J. J. 1errick, Esq. Jno. Haimes, Esq. Juo. Wray, Esq. JuDIr-e-E. . . Burgess, E1sq. S'rAsTc--W. Finnis, EsLq. 1l.ANDICA'ipER--E. T. BarnaLrd, Esq. MAII)DSN PLATE, 25 sovS., 1l miles, weight for age, for all maiden horses, entrance 30s. SiREs' PrODUCE STAKErS, in CCordanice with advertised conditions. Present \slue of Stakes, £61. COLAC HANDICAP, 75 soS., two\o miles. Nomination, 1 soc., acceptance 3 soves. SELLuse FLAT RA.CE, 25 sonrs., IT miiles, weight for age. Winner to be sold for £20. If entered to be soldfor £15, 7 1bs. allowed ; if for £10, 14 ibs. allowed; if for £5, 21 lbs. allowed. Any surplus above the dell ing price to go to the funds of the Club. Entrance 30s. DISTRICT HANDICAP, 20 SoeS., onle mile and a distance, for all horses the bons fide pro pIrty for the previous three months of a res...

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TELEGRAPHY EXTRAORDINAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

[LECGRAPHY ]I,'XTRA ORDINA Y. "Atlas" in the World writes :-" An extraordinary feat of telegraphy-one that leaves all the daily papers com pletely in the shade-has been brought under my notice. Tihe Pictorial World on sale in Fleet-Street on the forenoon of Thursday, the 18th November, Iusb lished all engraving of the reception accorded to the Prince of WVailes at Government House, Parell, Bombay, on the afternoon of Monday, the 8th. As the artist who drew the sketch could not possibly have sent it home by the P. and O. steamer which left Bombay at 7 p.m. on tlhe same date, and which, indeed, only arrived in Adcn on the morning of the 19th, he must have had the inspiraton to forward his lbaucle by sitbmarine wire. This is a triumph to be hailed with fuiler gladness that it distances the 1New York IIcrald, which was awfully conceited over theo fact that it had succeeded, by means of an elaborate code, in cabling accurate re presentations of the targets in the late Intercolonial Rifle...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

AFTER a deal of shilly-shallyilsg on thile part of Sir JAMES M'CULLOCH, that new political engine of such a deadly type thalt is to crush the Opposition, and sweep all obstacles out of the way of a tyrannical majority, has been made public. We allude to the so-called " Iron Hand." The manner in whlich the Opposition is to be "brought to reason," as the Ministerial journals style it, is by a resolution, which is in effect as follows :-It pro; ides that when any motion is moved ill the IHouse, a resolution may without notice be proposed, "That the motion be not put," and this must be at once put without amendment or debate. This is the modus operandi which is to enable the Government to ride rough-shod over the Opposition, even though the privileges of Parliament are ruthlessly scattered to the winds in the attempt. This resolution, if carried, virtually suspends the staisding orders of the Assembly, and members of Parliament who side with the Opposition are to be deprived of their ri...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 4 February 1876

NVEIW ZEALAND. Fronm les to hand per s. Itingarooma we make the following extracts :-The general elections have terninated, the result being the return of thirty nine cen.tralists andforty-Iive anti-centralists. Of the whole number twenty are new an embers. Yomung, one of tihe victims 0' the lHutt outrage, is rapidly recover ing. Paul seems a little better, but Reidal is worse again, and appears to be sinking beyond recovery. Andrew SSeston, a waiter who had been fined in the Duncdin Police Court for drunken ness, immediately went to his work at the Universal Hotel and drank off the contents of a bottle of spirits of a slts, expiring instantaneously. Thomas V 7ilson, aged sixty-five, has been conm m itted for trial for indecently assaulting Slibtle girl in the Dunedin gaol. Sc lrlet fever is reported to have broken ou; in many place;. Floods greater :.hasn those of 1867 have taken place at Nlampier. On the morning of the 21st ul~t., two girls were sitting on the bank of the Ngaruror...

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