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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 January 1875

COMPNKIES. .. usT.;A.IAAN MU.' Ui,\ l ,lOV i. . D).NT- aOCIETY, l - -i8cl 1 )49. I)t li UTUAL' LI I"E ASSLTUIANCEI, 'c. T'he NEW liYI'-LAWS and ItEGU i.AT'lON'i S Nhave cancelled many olbjccten bie co?tli;ions of iorfeiturc, antd granl n.u1nul privileges, viz..-Leave \ 1iTII iUT J.XT''IA C;IIA1RGE to travel nil vcrl thie world; to reside in iany part o! ile iworhld distaut miore than 25 degrees iromi thle ]'quator, and to reside in any part of tihe world ii' certailt conditions ht:ve been fulfilled. OI.OLICTI:S NOT FO'i' FEI'I''EI) FOrI NON.-'.\.i EN ' 1OF' I'IEitM I iMS [1 TilE UItItENEI.Et VALUE WIL.L PAY ONE VEAttLiY P'?EMI.U3i. Lapsed' policies may more easily blI revived, aIld policies of five years' idura tion in tii. t:tble i ae iT s Itbeen proved, .iaed tlie liife has attaincd the ar e of thirty. Fltttd' on ;1st i)ceehmber, 1878.--O'l I i, LIOAN 'TWO IUNDREDI) AsN NINETY TlliiEEI' TIOUSAXD I)OUN L ,.:,iely infrcsted in (Goveritnment DeClitt lires. LIoanis Oil iM ortga:ge, an...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

COM?PA IES. U~'l\iilAN ,lU. Ui, FIlOV! . 1)1ENT SO)CIIT'i.Y, E1ttb-' ,l It, I U'A, LI FE AiSURiANCE, &v'. 1The .NW !F\\ IY-ell A.WS ianid I tU I_1A1)IONS have citcelltd many ob1jecti j n ble colltlitions otl lorrciture, andl gr'?nti n.ur" ndl priv.ileges, viz..--Lea:ve \\ H'Il Ut" N, .t., ('IIHAIIGE to travel all vet Ithe world'; 1to reside in any part o. abe world distnut aore than 25 degrees irom thle ]ttquatot, nud to resitde i any Ipa't o" the wttrldl it certail cotnditions il:h ve bcnl ftulfilld. 1')ICTIS NOT F]ORFE'I'TIED FO'I NO -]PAY1 IN. I OFlIPREMIUMS I, TilE sUI:'I StNDFII V?ALUIi \WILL PAY ONE' YEA1.!,Y P1LU.1311UM. Lapsed lplicies aty imore easily be revivcd, i?il policies of five years' dtr:a tiin ini.,putittle if age has been ti'-ved, .t tihe life haIs attatiucd the ie ot thirty. 'itd: i on t;lst Decem!lbcr, I7:3.--()N l MIT ,lI.ON TWO IHUNDIIEI) A\]) SNINlITY l'lrll?I 'II[OUSAND I'OUN DS s:ealy infeste.l in Gotvertnment D?ecntutlires, Loans tion Mortgage, :tt...

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DEATH OF CANON KINGSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

?EATH OF CANON KINGSLEY. ,;, THE European telegrims announce .the death of the above gentleman. .',he fo. llowing sketch of his life is Irom r enc of thf 'lime :l IThe Rev. Charles lKingsley, Clhaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, Professor df Modern Ristory in the University of C-enbrilge, was borne- a iHolne Vicar age, on the lborders of Dartmoor, Devon, 12th June, 1819, and:was gdsi coted at home until the age of fouiteen; when he became a pupil of the Rh'v D. SColeridmge and tfterwairds a student ait Kings Coilef ..1 donm, wheimce lhe ,rio ved to angidale.n College, Canm :biridge where he guined at scholarship nd..-n?severial.prizes; takicin a iirst-class ; indclasics, and a second-c ist in maith mafites. Atcr devoting" 0me time to Spreiarations for the: profession of the - uchiiiich, beenane -cusnte at Eiversley, a moorland parisli in Hsnpshir·e, and that living becoimiig, vicatl stlie sea. pi;esentedl to it 13" tIe pa;tron,. the late ;_-'Sir John Cop', iart. Mr "Kirgsley has mlxe...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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DIET. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

DI)IE TI. MaNY persoos ?at too llmuch fles:, and 1 woluldt be Ithe tlter ior a more copious ald mixtlTre of vegetables. 0 IMrst have too much vegettle, land especially thrinaccuu loo-l. und not cnough ifIleh, regard being had in either case to the work which thd ildividlal has to do, and to thl:e pwr of tdig'estiol. Too exclusive a fleilsh dIet is tihe vice of ren'y rih people, who even allow their chilren: at school to iidultge in game -pies and othler :articles of tile highest class, such as unlit boys for plain thre, ald ,etrite then 1 ,0 " help which a highel diet might afilrd tilhemC heral'te, in case of illness. Too much an oal food is iunduly stinmulahtt, enders children lest less nnd q:arrelsome, young 11n sen su:dIl and Philistine, and elde:lv men gouty ,nd dyspeptie. Too exclusively vegetable or farinnaecous a diet, espe cially if tried too suddenly by persons unused to it, bas for its first effect to constipote the bowels, which become lohaled with masses of undigested po...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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POETRY. A STAMMERING LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

The well-L l, :o c u , Fu,, haot i.. the I-. g no i methtod of "p1. pin; the quc;tion :-- \ h ii {???L .j i. ;?;'ilii' . cO'IHlO Hi.OWk, mi, t?,ui' i iegra to falg:. H-. akedmce t bcc-uo hin .u- lHis Julia at che altei. A llnd, thei, t nlll- . m t "s ?i os. Hie ended LInaconfexsin Iy iskicg if I'd mi a t. r A cursory diigr.Nsii ltecause s,,me lpeoph thl!ught 0 Antl t i stan0e1r icilper c-It iil1. Should 1 ontl idier it d iunt A lauiiigiiig itbjctiln. i :I'u- II ~ll iclic~·~· II thIought that w{'hihe loop,,loing' nw. 'Twas iproperc to rvcal it. iBecause ihe'd look oo liki iiii <- A coward i to uciiul it. A iain gold ring lie llgiite tl uiy. If I would not labjurc it ; tic only 1 iiiecd that I lniglit i- Direct hitt to *iro'iirio it. If I', h hliiu, theu bst.if cel Tiu bo ho wouit inliactor. Sh,'d ,oniiister utc hiic ie t ls 1 enelfalct're12s tvet" : -iii thoun ti saol- uind hic-e ait h. As if ic loep dejcutioi Ioe feuareit he coullh ilii hit n, i hdcal of p1erftctiin. .A. ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

:.IAJLLATll LIVE STOO? MARK?xET. January 27. 3zsslts HEPiURN AND LsONARD recort: The stock yarded were-278 cattle, 22 c-lves, 9048 sheep, 27 flainbs. Fat Cattle- A lighnt upsiv came forward, and less than -xpscted, saaulitx from useful to prime, the eotr being "a draft of Mr John Calvert's station-breds (1C brand), from Irrewarra. eere was a good attendance of both to.'n sad country buyers, arid demand was brisk -hroughout. at an advance of fully 20s a eadl, the market closing very firm at even a Tieoter improvement, altogether being the eigh - nr acenedlera?l ntime past. Quoto 'ionu- Best pens bullocks, £11 to £11 12s6d ; o(rcl, 8 10s t £10. Cows at proportionate rates. Following are averages of the principal * mols :--Mr John Calvert's 40 bullocks, ati tion-bred £ll 18s, 35 co.' 8, £9 3s 10d; MrE. Henty's 5 bullocks, £11 5s, 73 cows, £7 12s 1ed; Mr J. Thomson's 100 bullocks, £9 ISs. Our sales were-- 0 head for Mr John Cal. vert, Irrewarra, bullocks from £10 7s' d to £12 12s 6d; co...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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LAND REFORM MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

LAND IIEFORX MEEITNG. A me.tintr n the lhnd qtestion clme iff on MNoi'ny evenini in the Alfi'ed flaP, Ballerat; ,Inout400 perscals were present. Th1e Mayolr of Ilallrat E:ast was in th chair. An amended Iesoletin as fillows was carried :- ' 'liht this meeting believing that lllch of our past and present land agislration has been most disas'rous to the welfare of tihe colony, obutructive at tle indu- trioas populition proportiona's to the resonr:es of the land alinated, anld condnivo cf a wholesale monopoly of the. public estate by capitalists, ii satisfied that the time has arrived when tihe poiple of V'ttoria shoal unlte and Idemana an entiretv n-w land policy ias the chief neans of saving the colony irm the rein witL which it is thereby threatened, and-that the best method to secure a sound land policy will be by establishin a powerful orgsanisanion ofcolonists of all classes, to be called the Victoria, Land League, or sorme other name. for the purpose ofinitiating and maintamlntg...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

3LELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MFARKET Jan"siay 27. Del. Campbell, Hepburn, & Co. report: et Cattle.-900 forward, prindeipay f-rei liverina, and paddokl near town. The supply as a. whole was inferior to whst -e "have had ]had for many months;, and in ~fac Sonly about two-thirds of those forward, were goodand useful beef. Consequently thenr wea keen competitibn for best .qsaltlse;easi prices improvedl on last Thu?a y's cloeing rates fully 25s. We quote:-Best ieons btul locks from £10 10s to £12 ls.6d ;aeconddo, £8 10s to £9 10s.; medium' and inferior, from £6 10s to £7 10s;: bes't pens, cows from. £7 10s to £810s; second do, £5 i,0s to £6-l10 inferior, £3 to' £4 10s .The principal ave rages were-?Messrs.'A. Ruddo's, Mu?i runi arj? '-- *~-.? ; .14; -Elwin's do,. £9 3is lian "hire, "'~?flocks, £?oT 5s 6d. Fait 2, a mucb ",q orward which metabrish . . . t • . e of lo0s or 150 on st tw eek's si rho, 1 0-sC: to 70s; second do,-. 101 beep --24,100 yarded all;io / eece ption, with the..eep t...

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DISQUALIFICATION OF THE RIDER OF AFTER DARK IN THE ALBURY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

'wit RIDER. OF AFTER DARKI" ALBURY CUP, (From the Border Post,) A special ma sting of the stewards nf he Alury 'Turf Club was held on Thursday last, at the Globe l Ttel, fIr the purpose of taking into consideratioa the manner in which Itbe horse Aft-r [lark was rildden fir the Albur' Cup nd the fI'urt Club Handicap by James Watson. Mr G-orge Dayc, presidttt, occupied the clhair. Theother stewards ,resent wer' Messrse G. T(. 'Thorold, A. O. Boyle, S. Mulge, 5. C. Y. Norlth, K. 3l1l etnan; and J':ms Day. jutdge. The rider (Watson) was called into thle ioonm and submitted to the following exalinntollt : Presideut.-Yaoti are the rider of ;fter Darck ? t.an you extlain to tlhe stewards lt ,w it wals tlat 'ou kept the htrse so aInr back for the Cuip, seeing that it gtiuvin for .the Hlardicap you were t.ver so fhr to th. rear? Jdk.-Wll, I made a misake. I hufbmtu ed abi |out. I" made a mess ot it. Iut there was tiothibei wrong. (fle tpileard much colm osued.) M\lr 'I'ltorol -IHou long have...

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

FELLMOdNGJERi'.TCa1oc Tjnnery. SH-EEPSK~lnS AND ;WOOL ·,:Bought-in· anyrQuantity. ~·l SDOWNEY &b CRAIG, -. Fe1in: gs ODBO:tE A MTED STONEBRiEAKEtl I a Pick ond Shul. i;J \ : up',m ,day of ei?'ht b,-,,r-, 7-lpwr ... pli?, twom thre c rtr s. .A?pply . '. GLY~'~N, on thIl works, C,,lo .ir: mai road. " TANTi)D I :in(!diate:y, MEN to Cit Tw.o;ierat'it W 0nn, it s )ti on. Applv at thlie iHerald office, oril T. J1. Williams, fnlker's .ane. Xl7ANT'ED N .'dEMAID. i Apt ? ae, Colao. ITHU CH GOF E GLAND. U:' W IBii~PEND FUND AND PEW RENTS. COntrlbut?'s are pai'tiicifl-r licited ti ly the amunts due to 81st Dec I to !r B. T. Hancock. receip s for whiclare left with the Librarian of the ColaoFree Library. By order of the Guardians. CCLC HARIIM.NIC SOCIElY. A Gneral MEETIN r of the above rsocietyrill be held onrP edneda'v, the -rd dayof Fe lary ext, at 8 o'clock p.m. .at he Odd~l I' Hall, for the purpose if coanside Jg the advisability or othersise of wi dg up the affairs of the sosiety, ...

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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

I. NE (ALEDUNIA. The .Sydney Molrning Herald tof thle 28td inst. writes :-" A correspondent resitlini at iNoo,,ea, in n letter ldated the 1 1ith inst., states that on the 6th of lhis I:olth the mlli-of-war seamer TInflrne arrivcd at the c hef liete of New ah:le;onia; fionn Sydney, ani brought with her imlportant telegraphir c des patches f-om the French Giveriment to tihe Governor of New Caledonia. ind firththr that, on the morning of the 7th, it wasn u'retly rtmored in Noumane that an order for thie expulsion of s.,me of thle civil inhaiitantts (besides Inutner ttns recnls fitr otficials) hed arrivedl froll Pa'ris Onr correspondent says tl:nt the first dertainty as to those re ports was evidenced by hle peremptory r-eall of -everal officialh-a citoum st;ance whic:lh appears to have t;kean ill Notteii hy Isurpri.e; hu: when the remainder of the teepgrtm came to be known, we are ssured !that the * wholle Ipopula ilt, civil an, oflicial, was thrown into consterration.' This state of t...

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

HotLowAy's :PHS 4N1, . OIlTsIENT. - LSqtable FactsI-Intense heat auegmente the annoyances of sein disenes a'nd enbourh"es the development of febriledisorders; whre fore they ~hould, os they xtay, be removed by these detergent and purifying pr9.tri tions. In stomach eqmplaints, liyeat?'t;ns pins anlid spisos ii ti heo ls, dliloWays sigoent well robbed over- the atffected part niinmediately gyv.es the greatest ease, preve.ts songestioh and inflammatioi, ehecks threat ening diearslica and .incipient choler': .te psoorerislnhitPirt of rg itieosivillfid;l these temedibes td le their best frienid when any pestilenre.:n agee :oi when: froine iniknows ;touses 'eiuptions, lboilds ablicesse, or ulcera tions lbeskesn the picsene of- taints or imspiI rities within thed s?ysteni, aid cCIll for inslaisti aid efecdtive durative msediins; -:: 0 L A C- . AC E C L-U B. THE ANNUAL MEETING Of the above Club will bh held on WEDNESDAY, MJARCH 17, 1873. ST. PATRICK'S. DAY. STEJWARDS. J1. Calverr, Eeq. . G...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

COUNCILLOR Buchanan made some very pertinent remarks at the last meeting of the Colae Sbire Council re - specting the expense that the bhi~e has been put to in the matter of lunatics afound within its boundaries, and tlt Snecessity which exists for the esta blishment 6f un_institution whore these cases could be temporarily treat-d. it is a notorious fact that many cases of the kind alluded to are caused by over indulgence in intoxicating liquor, an' that all that is required is a few days' r rest and careful.treatment.; If we had Sa local hospital, this couhld be effected in a prover manner undefr medical super. vision. The amount paid by this Shi.e luring the year 1874 aa expenses is: curred in connection with lunatics was Q£8, while for the present year the .early £11 has been paid. We wiil .thus, if th a state of things cdotirnues, peu in two or three jears as much, ii not more., titin it would take to get , local hospi al establlished. On ti.e - grund of economy alone, it is the...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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A LEADER WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

A LEADER WANTED.. Se "A leader is waned" says oar fore. Id iran in the typing department on the at ts iy-morniong-of-ullllLcatioli day. 'The n' 1 t". ous tdjinkigli-bft la der in "r the varions waitianoln ranks t ltf,, il ,rnd the sacirrity ol theid iir ?rtt.ile. ii Let us plrsue the slniject a.Iew moments --fo, the idea ony prove -attleast sugestive. Leaders are vwanted in numerous places and positions all over tihe land and world. M1 ny nations and govern ment haIve inconpetent leaders--such as prove . ctre latther than ab tes.ing or benefit-and hence want men of in tellienece. irtncipll, and nerve at the had of aifair's. Wise and conscientious ?tatasttan are wanted to tid and anlise Prasitents, Kongs. Queen-, and othir cntrets in tile maniagemerit of vst hRepituits, Kingtomns, Provinces. States, &?i'-to Iprevent wars or es:Dor pIace anld itltherwise allllintatin or secute !ie tpro-peritv anlt halppinass of varlous etipl.sS and nations. For ulpon tthe wisdomI andi ds:lreti...

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COMMERCIAL. [?] WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

: C/U:-'-U'.-, . . field "& Co. ~,'rin.g ulgn k 0s;Dpies come for?ard; prices :'re, therefcre. a sh:abde better, and we now quote from 4d Sd to -is Od. Oats are .lso in Ibetter demand and quintted readily at 4s to 4s Pd. Barley-The demand for Cape has been better and though malstenrs will not increase their limit. The lots wanrted for hor efei are bringing better prices. We mo:,le-Cape 3s 9d to 3s JO0, English 59s. t?im-The supIply has bedK above the aver .ge, but all has been cleared at full rates; manlger bringing £4 Sheaves £2 15s to £2 t7s td. Straw has also had a good enquiry at 3.s ad for wheaton, oaten £4 to t'4 2s 6d. Potatoes have come fornvard in fair quanti. ties and uell readily at i3 10s per ton.

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

LOOBi C 0 0 ' ID CO Si ROYAL MAIl TEL GRAPH LI OF COACHIES. ] I:AY COACH CAMPERDOWN-ANL£? COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown e/? "-n';- Tuesday, Thnurday, and atnurday at 09 a.e: passing through Colac at noon, and rcachag S Geclong at 6 p.m. - S Return day coach leaves Cobb a Co.'s h ; Jooking Office, Geelong every Žo1nday ' Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m ' "-tV " " NIGHT MAIL. SGEELOKG TO WAA RNAMBOOL AND D BELFAST. ---. - Daily, as 9.50 p.m., Saturdays exceptedc ,- - " With Branch Line to \ - MOPTLAKE, CAPAMUT, PENS. HUI. ST, AND HAMILTON, TI'IENCE TO SMOUNT GAiMBIER AND ADELAIDE, a ' VIA PENOLA, " and'1 l iutermediate iost towr.s, leaving Geeon ,e,ry Monday, Wednesday an Friday, at aBs P.m. nT7 l'oache' le'ac -Cobb andI Co's Booking . at. 9 . i. for rrnnamboool and Belfast, : retnrinog from -Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) it 10.30 a.m., on SUUdaya at 4ani, and from Warrnaimbol ilaily (Satirdays c- [ c -epted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at 6 a , - from nHamilton every ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

t4EELONG. STATION PRODUCE MAIRKET. January 26. Messrs IMELLISII, 'VINES AND CO. report : Wool.--Wc sold several odd lots o fleece and laimbs' wool, the former at lfd to lid; the latter Sd to O9?d; pieces 4jd to d ; locks l1d to 41d. Sheepskiia.-Although there wnsnot the same amount of spirited compo tition as last week, prices realised were satisL. factory. We sold full-woolIed skins at from 4Sd to 57d. Inferior and quarter-woolled 30d to 45d; pelts 21d to 26d for beLt several lots bringing..these prices, others from lId to 16d according to size and condition.. Lamb skins 21d to 26d for best, others in propor·. tion. Station skins 8d to 8id for clean Western District skins good staple; medium sorts 6d to l7d; inferior 3d to S5t; lambskins 6-d to 6d. Hides.-We offered nearly 500 hides and calfskins for sle but owing to the waint of competition we passed several lotos. We sold green hides at .Sd to 4dd; wet hides 5d'to d?d; dry do 5ld to 5?d; calf 6d. We r:?ort a decline of aboout a 3...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

GEELONG LIVE STOCK 3MIARKiET. January -6. MIsses MELLISI, Vrszs, & Co. report: Fat Cattle.-A moderate supply, the ma jority being of an indifferdnt description. For beat pens there was a fair demand at about last week's prices, but for inferior aorts sales were dull.ta store rates.. We sold for Messrs hi. Thomat'iR. D. Bannister and others, a few-.head medium quality at maiket rates. Fat Sheep.-The supply to hand was below the average, quality with few exceptions inferior. `For best sheep there was a fair enqruiry; prices poweve, maybe quoted lower for all descriptions. We penned and sold for Messrs M. 'SGuin. ness, R. Fletcher, and C. Sarch, 247 good Wethers, light weights, at 7s 6d; 185 do medium to good from 5s to 8s, and 20 cross bred do to 12s3d. Fat Lambs.-Thenumber so hand althougi small.ompared with other weeks was above requirements, one lot being turned out unsold. Our sales were 16 prime for Mr C. Sach at Ile, 45 medium to 4.; 6 good for Mr T. Smale at s 64d; and ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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TYPHOID FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

TYPHOID FEVER. T'l'he ,following circulars have heen0 is.d by the Central Board of Healhh, t Alelolirihe, ~0 l January, 1875:- Advert?gn to tlh enquiry which tler Central Blirlrd of lHeallth recently 1 c:auied to be made writh re-pect to tle prevalence of ti plhoii-fever in tins clony, die result of which iinqrirv is published in tihe bonrd's litree nr re- I p.rt, the hoarrd no d ir:e to diaw the attentio ofl tie Iv. -ical pr.rctitiors ot Ie the colony to thie subject, and to invoke Ire aid and crrdihi co-operution of the 0 :.tolesion in carryt g out cerilln rln-aseres which ar therein su?ggestled for iriventinl itlle sprer.d of the disease. ' It will lhe sren by :ie report in qieseiri th-.t, while lie Ioard dio not c,,nsili lut tire iijluriy j?fiir ed ,o Iis. an lu-ivei ir ela'ti.he-ld tl trothl or ther theory tlrrt typtoid hlevrl is soleli, pri. al ora kept ailive iby tlhe ririvn dis ,hlri?. t le hi ruit ents, thi y tire treve . th le-s ,i olrinion that einrglt hris irer ii shirwr...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAT [?]ROSE[?]E EXPLOSION A CAUTION TO DOMESTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 January 1875

A CAUTIOX TO DOMIESTICS. On 'uesdav, thIe 19ih inst., b.tween 8 and 4 o'clock, an Ularmi w.s given of a fire :it to Natimani al nok premises, Penoia. Oii rdpairi iii ti e spot it was found to he only t.o trne, and al-o lthant a poor girl named Mlargiemt IBalfbur, the servant, lid been burnt to death. The body of lie untorunatle deceased wes birnt to such an extent that it was quite inmpiissble for hose who best 1kn.iw her to recognise her. The tillowing evidence was taken:- Ferdianad Wheler: I am a ?intelr in Mr Roibie's employ. Betw- n 8 andl 4 in th.- oft rnin left Ihe shp to go to lie Naviunal Blank Went tlhere to woik. I was in tlhe diingroim ,iikint lpeporations. I was liihtin. n fiue to melt glue. il M.rar ,irdt 13liuir was there. The fire? as not bhorning well. Muartaers went out iand cnan in with ai k.-rosen tinl in her hand. I woe knoel-. ing at thie r'ghit Iiand side if tio fir pile... Sira p'u.eldl some kln ro sie·,l-nr nli a the fire ot .f lie tin. I luio't k.ow hiw niit...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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