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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 15 February 1876

(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PR1ESS TELEGRAMIS.) MELBrouRNE, February 14. It is the intention of the Govern ment to carry out their financial pro proposals before proroguing Parliament. Whils adhering to tile general prin ciples of the shoene, it may be subjected to modification. When alterations are made the fullest latitude of debate will be allowed, notwithstandhng the Iron la-snd resolution, which to-day was pre sented by the Speaker to the Governor, and received his assent as a new stand ing order. The Executive Ihave decided that the general charges against Brough Smyth may be gone into. At a meeting of stock owners and others, held to dlay, it was resolved to support Mort's trial shipment of frozen meat to England, and a conmmittee ap pointed to obtsin contributions. It was stated that M\ort has expended P100,000 of his own money, and thalt £17,000 out of £25,000 now required had been obtained. The latest lnews from tile cable ships report them near the New Zealand coast: The weath...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 15 February 1876

LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (FROMUR OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, \Monday, 8 p.m. Mr. Wmin. Gaunson one of the candi dates for Collihgwood, declines to sub mit to decision of the Liberal Conmmit toe and announces his intention to go to the poll. At the Kew Asylum enquiry to-day a number of other charges of ill-usage and neglect of ilnmates were p)referred by several attendants against other attendants. An infant was burned to death in Carlton early this morning while its father and mother lay asleep in the same room. John Lyons, who was wounded on the head in a fracas at Sunbury, died in the JMelbourne Hospital this morning. Hogan, his assailant, has been arrested. An inquest will be held.

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 15 February 1876

AGR0ICULTURAL \ 0TES. The reports of the yields as they come in from the new districts continue highly satis factory, and the gendral average promises to be much higher than was anticipated earlier in the season. The following frome the KIyabram district, which is about twenty-five niles from Echeca, is illustrative ofa number of sinmilar communications received .fronm reliable correspondents in various parts of the new country :-"'The crops already threshed have shown "gool yields. Along them may be mentioneithat of Mr. Sinuick, who from a field of 107 acres of wheat rea lised an average of 30 bushels to the acr, ; 1Mr. Samuel Lancaster averages 45 bushels of uarley off 17 acres; Mr. .Dwyer's oats yielded 50 busihels, and his. wheat 23, as rn average per acre ; Messrs. Ryan Brothe a had a splendid crop of wheat, which, had t inot Ileenl for a few patches rather inoerio-, would have realised over the 30 bIshe:a obtainei. ; and tMr. P:i'cha d has threshed an aivera;e per acre of whea...

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TALK ABOUT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 15 February 1876

STALK ABOUT lVJWV. The talk is that there in weeping and -:aiiI::, :an g'tlshing if teeth, lecause :2thshiid, the vero Little, wants to resign iront the Free Library Committee. Peor oelnow, why didn't they return his bosom :ony Fiissinggtoi? Oh, ye flinty-hearted .abscribers, why. oh why, did ye break up hat little clitque? Perhaps the people can tow see that all Rtthschild ever cared about he Library was assumed, and that he wants :runl away now because the people have ttIt tht-ose of their own order on the Com a ttet. Well. let hits go, say I for one, he won't be inuchll imisstald. At the same time t is a shaee to vex the poor fellow by evantieg to introduce the Ballalrah Cou'ier o the Lihbrary. Rothschild wants the Eal ,,it-t .e-,r. Uh ! of course, not because it in a Conservative organ. Not at all, " Oh no, any eye rather!" as that precocious specimen of humanitty in Oliver Twist, Mr. Joli Daw tins, otherwise, the "Artful Dodger," re marks. The talk is that lawyers sometimes go ...

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THE FORTY-ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 15 February 1876

TIE FO 'RTY-ONEi', In order that electors may knowr the names of the members who opposed the right of the representatives to express the opinions of their constitueits in the Assembly, we ap pen 1 the list of the forty-ona who voted for Sir James M'Culloch's resolution on Friday, 1th inst. It will b: seen that our re;pre. sentative, Mr. Joseph Henry Connor, figs:es in the list : Mr. 3.cy!c3 Mr. Ks ford Best . Lngton Bosisto Lock Barowes • MuwBin Calieron M cl)ermott Campbell M.tcksy Clorke, W. -M:ldphe.son Connor Mason Conpiin Sir J. M'Culloh Crewis Mr M'Lellan Curtaini Moore Fraser, S. M - ist Fraser, W. Purves Garratt. Ramsay Gillies.. Smith, B. M. G Gdfrey Stewart SHannai Wralker HopAkins Whiteman Inglis.' Witt Jones Wrixon Young The ?R. A saunl lfercuy'says :-o " The land on the 'banks of the Avoca near East Charlton is certainly prolific in its wheat production. A, farmer' named IIaylock, whose selection is. bordered by the Avoca, and is about five miles fromi the townslip, has...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, 10th February. MR. BERRY AND THE STOPPAGE OF SUPPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 15 February 1876

PA lLiAM sE NT LEIGISLATile ASsEl;.\iBLY. Thursday, 10th February. Bin. BERRoY AND TIiE STO~rtaE OF SUPPLIES. Doirilg the proceedings o, Thursdlay eight, Mr. Berry nmade the fillowing remarks in offering supplies to the Government : Mir I. Richardson moved the e:ljour,'ment of the debate. lie said he did so for the pnrpose of securing to the Govrrnment an opportnsity of asking for supplies, as he understood that the Ohposition would not oppose the proptosal. lie had another reason for asking that this course should be pursued. Hie (Mr. Richardson) had taken no part itn the stonewalling, and could not approve of that mole of resisting the Governmrn t pro posals, linbut he desired to speak to the main question--the motion esbnitttted b Sir Jamtes 31'Culloch, in the presence of tlhe press, so that the question of gagging, as it was called, mlight be fairly put to the c.ountlry. He knew that several other neutral membhers, including Mr. Casey and ItMr. Service, also desired to address t...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 15 February 1876

NOTES AND EVENTS   In connection with political affairs there is nothing new to chronicle. The main in tcrest is now centred in the Collingweod election, and the course the Governmenlt are likely to take as regards Mr. Lalor's case o alleged contempt. The member for South Grant, it may be mentioned, declines to secede from his position. He considers that lie was treated, to say the least of it, with discourtesy by the Speaker, who would not hear him in support of a point of order that he had raised, and at the same time he avers that the words which he uttered, and which were not those alleged by the Speaker, were uttered soteo voce, and should not be treated as though they had occurred in the ordinary course of debate. The Opposition, we un derstand, will not raise any obstacle on Tuesday evening to the immediate granting of supplies. Mr. E. Cooper, as Chairman of the public meeting held at Colac on Wednesday even ing last, forwarded the resolutions passed at that meet...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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WHY HE COULDN'T SHUT UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

WHYfl" J[IB COUL?DN'T ,S'HU'' UP'. The Cincinnati sSaelsstrsch iN/et "tays :--On day last weclk: ahand of crusadcrs stopped in front of a beer. saloon in tihe Wiest End. A man steppeil oiltside of tie door with nns :overed heasI, wlom thlo womnlal took, at once for the proprietor. I~T?s hoewed to the ladies, anl smiled hlandly, which essncraged them to gather round and urge him to discontinue his nefarious traflie. They askert him if lie had any ohjections to their praying in front of the plaice, 1-1e said he hadn't in tie least. A fter a prayer a crusader stated that, they wouhl like to sing a hlymu. lie rsemirked that they could sing 'us.w for alt he cared, and they sang. I'li rama seemed affected. Once or tiice hIe took out his h:mdlkrcehief and siped his eyes. The services over, the ladies felingr that they lied indeed touched his heart, reneswed their en treatices. :hey spoke of the evils irvought hy saloons, and depicted, the sufleringgs of the drunskard's fednils. 'lhe usnas ...

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SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A CORONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

SERI;7OUS ChIARGE AGA/[.fS'T Al CORON.ER. It will be romombored that soino days ago a boynamneud lAbe, son of a folrm-or enrate of Christ Church, Castlcm;nain, died fibom drinldng 'too frcely of colo nial whis, tinder somowlhat peonliar ciumsnnol miccs. 'l(he decoased, aho w-as only lixe years of ago, togetler with his biotlehrs, bonrded with a Mr. i iFank, tlhe fafltr boingo absnts in orineco: M.r. Frarir's remuneroatiois was £180 piir nnum. Imimedia tely ofter the inqieset Di Bone, who gase avidence as to tie ce me of dol?tli awrosiotat tilo A. 'A. dail, makni g some 0 l0r0ati sartling atat;emienls, t itoi ailii hae sitotes that Mr. and MAra. Fraioncllft tIe dyin?g boy at midnielmt inscn.,iblhranod mcoaiulsed, and wiit to bcel,dan] "did not se0 him natil, sov£1 o'clock in tim iiiorsinol; ehlti boo little bi'otlhor who -ltd Ibeeio pLt" to oheoep witlh limo, st;rtel flcmt lio wavs groaninog mod conv'nlsed all night, but hle did itot lihe .to mouse Air- anud Airs.: :rin; k tlInt tie ...

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Thursday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAM?S. (FROM OM OOWN COeIisi'OnD5N'IT.) 1\ELBOURNE, 'Thursday, S p.m. ]:n the Iegisl:ative Assembly this evening the Government promised to give the NaLional Agricultn',?l Society a suitable site for show grounds, in lieu of thatl on the St. ](ilda read. :ft has not been deemed expedient: to remove restrictions as to seal, in tie Geclong and Melbourne districts. Sir Jtnes M['Cullol moved his income tatx proposals. Mr. SErvice spoke against it, s being a dhagerous experiment. Mr. Kcrftrd followed. Thie Broughi Smythe enquiry was con thuied to-d?y. d More damaging evidence wavs given Iy M'[r. Karl Van -D)eumme, of Sandhurst, and Mfr. W. C. Kernot, University cecturer. TIm Board will sit wgain to-morrow. The steuncr Golden Grown, with :Licenled VTictualles, sailed for Portsea ! this morning for t, heir annual picnic. All the Ctollingwood candidates say they will go to the poll. The New Zealnul cable has been' 1Inded.at Blind Bay, Nelson. lihe Kew Asylnm enquiry i...

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THE PRINCE OF WALES IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

'l'I-E .TIINC.]? i OF wA_.jLjr *rN :IINDIA. IlTo .Prince of Wales laid the foun dation stone a of monument in memory of Sepoys and natives who fell in de fence of Lucknow. The Prince has attended pig-sticlding and tent-pegging sports. There was a splendid military display at Luchnow, and at Lahlore the procession was one of the grandest, and most picturesque ever witnessed inl India, the native dresses being most superb. The Prince has already presents of three eldplhants.

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TASMANIAN RACES. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) HOBART TOWN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

TA,SSIfANALAiV XBA6J E'.: (BY EJEC'Ir1C TELEORAPHI.) [IoQnaT Tows, Thursday. The wceathr was very cool to-day, and thcre was ir lare aittendanc e a the r1ces. The following air tim rcsul's :-t ]:s'Nnic r.--Billy eloll ; .Fop colt;, 2 ; rKing of Dimnonids, '. \VI'TEr Cur .-] dlryrand, 1; M.o chdiic, 2 e; ]?emorse, 3. ']his iace wvas won by 153 lengths. TASMANIAN JIAnDICar. -- Southlrn Cross, 1; SXrop, -; lelli, 3. Enulatiofi, Viva, and Loid Ly tton ilso stirted. Time 9 win. m8 ser.

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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PI'5SS TE5LIE:ORAMS.) N.EW' SOUTI-I WALES. SYDNEY, February 17. A shocldng accident ]has occurrcd at B3'tlnhrst by the bursting of a. kerosene lamp. Two women and a child were severely injured. The reading or the Educat.id .hi~l will he takenl on Wednesday. A man unaed John Smith h-as:? died in tlhe.Infirmariy through us overdose of naudanum. Sunlight won the Citfy I-handlicap) ,ot A.midnale.

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. February 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

AllEIRO~itjnNE STAtION P IIODUCE F'etruary 16. N.'asca r.* ,I.i.IL'aicil anit ?'.'. report- Sticee'strili:. --(1ii r sjatl ales i.,f lhe week hare 'een wel :t iteidit.it .aiii we liae dis pioset 'F' :a Il sv:rag, supply :It. about last - weal's rate3s, wlieih air h orees pelts, 9l to 3s ; ,ry pelts'. ft1 to Is It : ih oroolled, 4.o to fls eaa,;ih I midry' stat im .?iislii, 5il to 7t tar lb. Ifilest.- --'l~h a tiaat'as:e t'tinolco tili altered, lint, sze "nloilhl isiitl oat to our roonst itielts that.| if lary w-ulit leascve less ol|;d i n their hli'l'Ž::, ouich batier prices wo d ao!le ''lit u',a. Oe. sales hiav lieen for ol'(alon oe ', t2ot)' 'esis. I is to , slo each sciot'iasi sott,,,I, -1 c tUt::, Ni's Zealandl, I ql''s,w.I.lie isaiuet~l remain.;- alioot t~h" saoe:l.: '. , :t ieeb. \V' i\se s:;IId iloharior at. t'25 to t'8 :L 'eel, £8;0 £12 ; 'iixel. £53 to P3' Is :sol ian 'ittoi' ,p I,, £:5 lier toe. k-.nga-irs' "lemc:.- -W\c tiara sal a large "ui'tite -it fraiuil St 1hi' bltte...

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 16TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

COLA C ,SJIURE COUJVC It. Conttcillor.--M acssr,. G. P. Ilollcrtson, (Ilre sidenit), Crulstont, Dennis, Heal, Buchasnari, Wilson, lTaines, and Tillcy. 'iThe rinrntes of tire pretioes meeting werei read sml tcontrlitteef. O00R 0 EI'OS0 DN5' . Copies of lctters sent since last mcetingt seere road by the Secretary. Front fiovernmcut Statist, forwarrfisg rdocusments for collecting statistics, andt stating satne slrorld be corrrncced by 15th Foebruary. iFrrrrri Cerntral losarl of IIealtih, forserd ing foisr for report of local I sard cnn locale 1eallth Oflicer. I,cltter to ire itaudlcif oser to tire HIealth Officer, and titat fie bse inistrireted to send in Iris roeport. From Shire of Swenar lill, respectinig thfr evils 'atteirdairt uipon tite provisions of the :i7tih section of tire Local lGoverrnment Act, respfecting the corrotitition of noe sfrircs, and tire temptatiors 3relf out to interestedr persons to obtaias olfices fry mreanr of sneir proeininas, and snggosting the inrsertion of...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

Fai atatl.,--- Il7i hiid were ardic/d for tihe woeek's supp'y. ''ol:iiin|ill ,i of lotIs from tlh nri!h anid l(ipialandll, principally of prh?im and good description. The demandI i-s dull. ;nl hlie pri:cr reilisled shows slilt reiidtio frim Ils weeo's: rates. Irnni'ie ino" of biullock; soll ;t iroi £10 li)a to £11 la; Io,'l. dol, flsrom 19 to o10; secontl lo, frimn 1S to £S 10s ; inferior, fronm £6 lOs; east pienr of cown fronim .8 to £1 1.9 ; ?econd ldo, fron .?G 10s to .£7 10s. Messrs. King snld Cu(iiiniglihaii sold 200 luillocks for the triistcei of tlle late .11r. John Foster at n an.erage ,f i9 17.. Iat Slhceli.--13,624 worr pennedl, a ]large proportioin of which . were of priie ;nd good quality : in conse quen<;. of the he:vy ;ilIpIly last iweek's rates! were not miinolitelI, the reduction in best descriptions being i:bout G(id per head; medium sod inferior sorts were dull of sale at low figures, and iome of the latter kind were turned out unsold. Best wetliers sold...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

iVOTES AND , l'ilV~f'S. Onrs snlssilised local contcmporary andi tlie Gcelong cveinog piper deny tli correctoeso of the rumor respecting the visit which Mr. J. tL C(mn1I~or was to have paid to Colne ois Maoiday ceniosg last. We have to state that Ms. . J. 3Miller, who is'gessrally sop posed to kinow soisethiiig of Mr. C sIommr io nsnCeics, callesi at this office, and statcd that Mi. Csoinnr woosld address a? piblici meeting at Coae nii tle eeeniiig above rc fcrred to. Mr. Miller has since informed isa that hle has in his possessioci a letter from Mr. Coinor,. commnssicsating tisis fact to him, with the provlso "shlould Iis health pcrnfit." \e are afraid that MNr Conner is iot vclry anxsions to face Isis Colae consti tuents at present.. Hle can depeitnd upons rcceiviisg a iorm reception for his political treachery, ivlhsn hle does come to Celac. On Friday last a youth iamcd Alexander Smiths had a nsarrow escnpe from behisg bittenI bsy a sinake. Smith ias eiignged cartiing wood ini Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

Sir Aatlcv Cooper, thc renowned Bi'itish I surgeon, 0n1ce saidt ?lau n an irlul shonld le aware frau hiS SselnstionsO that lc haas a atonach. Alan. how many thous.ands are painfully aol coutlmuimally 'clnindcd of the existence of liht zglan. I)yrilajsiea renders the lives of tlhesi, uunfortounates perfectly. miserable. Every Slanif.etalios of the diseaso vanishes, howeve\'r. wlen Udolphlo X'ollf':; 8ehicrdaou A rounale Selhnu11ahli is red to strengthcn the stouacih ad asasociate gal?L.. L ARPENT SAW MILL. E. T. SILIK Bogs to inform his numerous customers that ]he has erected a MILL in such a position that will enable him in future to supply TIMBER of the very best quality obtainable and of any dimcn sions required on the shortest notice. E. T. S. begs to notify that the old prices are still adhered to, notwith standing any report in circulation that lie has raised the same. N.B.-Nearest aind most direct road to new M-ill, through Capt. Haimcs's paddock, thence past Mr. Ching's. All ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

A. Rt I I v A L OF TIHE ENGLJSH MAIL. [BS" ]ELECTIRiC .TI'ElE0P?A~Ilj. A1)riMa Ci, Tiusreday. Tlhe ER.M.S. China arrived at Glenelg early this morning, having been die layoff by tire eccentric of the fore engine! breaking twice. Tire Board. of Consern'tors Iha. granted permission to FrmankI? 1kland to tak~e salmon oma from the Sesefi1rn for oxportation to Australa aind New Zealand. lhie Eastern' Telegrap Co. have autlorised their siarehlolders to dirpli cite th'eirn ias betcwen .Rangeroon.rnd Pernan, intl etv!ceen Suec arid .Jiorrbay. Professor Mrx 31 ollerhlars resigised tlre chair of C oirpanrative Philology at Oxford. :ie leaves England early in tire year. [r. C'. S.I itel?[haa retired freer tIe Geov er inreni, finding resistance to agri cultumal reforms on thre jrart of Iris colleagucs iinseplararble. Mr. Salt, inmember for Stafford, rise ceeds to Secretaryslip of-Local Govern ment Board. .Bishop Jermyny, of Colombo, succeeds Bishop Forbes in Breehlin. A triil made at Chnt,lirha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 February 1876

BUSINESS. • U H C O?,VAT'' 1"' AI';NTl:I'1 ANUCAP- ] ?.O NIC 8-\ ETE Y KiEROSENE LJAMP gives tile ,nlo.t purc and brillianrt ['1 whita light, burn, less kerosene than any [, other lamp yet o~ffered to the public. /T Requlires no c"hirrnmy. Can be had suit- !T .?b~e for 'Fable, lhdl1, Churches, Stables, &.., &c. T To be bad of all Storckceners. Whole sale of all Ironmongers. BewFare of Spulrious; hnitations. None st are genuine \rithout the Double fe Conlc, and w\ith the brand "' ROWTT £"`' S 'ATIENT'L ANUC APNIC. m Sale iilakers and Patenleees, ROWAT'T & SON, Edinburgh and London. 0 L A BREW\ERY, COLA~C. _ o. T. ?a r?RIS Late in the emlploy of Mlr. W~. Strieklalnd[ ?,s Brewer, wishes to notify to the tblote~l[ Proprietors and'the public of the Wesltern / F Di~itriet that he has commllenced bnsiuessl ?,s Brew~er in this wrell-kmno~wn ,rod fnr- !? famled ertahlbhmcnt, and hoples b~y strict[ attention to busines.? and the production of a "LDrop of Gouod Beer," t...

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