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COLAC ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY—DINNER AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 March 1876

COLA C ST PA (CIY',' S uCIE'T'Y -D/NA E'R AND )ALL. The ncmblers of the ColIc St. Patrick's Society celebrated the anniversary of St. Patrick's Day by a diliner end ball at the Oddfellows'. Hall yesterday evcning, St. Patrick's live. The Hall was t:stefully I lecorated with ferns and evergreens by our well-known local decorator, Mr. .olhn Chap san, and he is certainly deserving of credit for the matnner in which hlie pe formed his task. About -10 gentlemen sat down to I linner, which was providedt by Mrs. Cooper, of the Temperance Hotel, in first-class style. I h'le tables, prior to the company sitting down, presented a fine appearance, and the 6good things provided were enoughl to make I an epicure's mounth water. The Riev. M. Nelan, the Piresident of the Society, occu- I pied the chair, and Mr. '. . Daahcr the vice-chair. After anmple justice had been :lone to the eatables, and everybody satis lied, the tables were cleared for "the feast of reason and the llow of soul." Letters of...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 March 1876

COIMMIERCIAL. :,;r: -;-Wl note a fair show of N..iss mi the import markets to-day, tralsactions having ranged over a greater variety of articles than usual. Breadstith are held with increased tenacity, and the market has a slight inclination against buyers. Wheat was quitted by auction at his :td, bags included ; and privately sales have taken place at the same price. Flour is moving with freedom at £11 10s for choice brands. Maize is selling at 4s li? for good quality old corn. 'ihe cargo of the Sea Bird, from ?New Zealand, consisting of 2008 bags lrime stout oats, changed hands in one line at a full rate. By public sale 450 bags oats, various qualities, found buyers at 2s Sd to 3s Std. Caple arley was sold to some ex tent at 2s 10d to ts. For a parcel of 1000 buslhels goodl nalting is 6fi was obtained. PRUDTJCE MARKETS. The following were the prices of produce at the undermentioned moarkets at the latest dates: ) iht lgtli. ° I st. Flour. l?tatoes. Hay. Per Bushel. Per Bushecl. Pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 March 1876

COBB AND CO'S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. DAY 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. rleturn 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, CAPAMUT, PENS. HURST, AND HAMILTON, TIIENCE TO MOUNT GA MB1ER 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 4 a.m. and from Warrnambool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 a...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 March 1876

OMELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 15. Fat Cattle-About 1150 came forward for the week's supply, half of which were of prime and good quality and the remainder consisted of second and middling descrip tions. The demand was dull, and prices receded fully 10s per head from last week's rates. Prime pens of bullocks realised from £10 10 to £13.14s ; good do, from £9 to £10; second and middlpng, from £7 10s to £8 10s; inferior, from £5 upwards. Very few cows were yarded. Best sold to £8; others, from £4 10s. Averages-159 head from Mewburn Park, £10 : 203 bullocks and cows for Mr. F. Jenkins, Buckingbong, to £9 5s; 112 bullocks, FF brand, for Robertson Brothers, £12 all round. Fat Sheep-This market was supplied with 13,317, only a small proportion of which 'ere of prime and good description, and consequently these sorts were in demand at prices is. per head in advance of last week's rates. Prime quality wethers, heavy weights, sold from 34s to 15s; good do., lls to 12s; second, from Us t...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 March 1876

BALLARAT LIVId STOCK MARKET. March 11. Messrs. O'F.ascer:.LL and Sox report: As usual at this time of year our yards were well supplied, and were thronged on each auction sale day with customers from all parts of the colony, whose requirements em braced every variety of useful stocks. A good clearance at fair prices was the result, but the demand having been in all cases in excess of supplies, many intending pur ehasers, who were outbid at our various sales, are awaiting to go into competition for future consignments. This week's con signments embraced 131 horses of all classes, 70 head of mixed cattle, and 211 very suitable fat and store pigs. Everything worthy of notice was cleared. Horses.-In consignments from Messrs. Ching, of Lar pent, Jones and Jackson, of Caomperdown, Vaughan, of Learmonth, and other breeders of high repute, the usual number of high class animals were to the fore, and the prices realised showed that they were justly ap preciated. The following rates were ruli...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 March 1876

<SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, L1arch 14. It is confidently stated that Mr. Way, the Attorney-General, is to be the Chief justice. Nathaniel Hales, as t1ie. plaintiff' in the black mail scandal case, claims £4000 from Mr. Jas. White, M.P., for a breach of the Frauds at Auction Act. During the passage of. the l'enola frorn Mclbourne, a passenger .named Andrew Fisher died froam dcliy'du Tyolloid fever" has broken out at Mladgil.

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MR. M'KEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

IM1. APKL'AN. The persCeCutionl of Mh. M'Keain went on without abatemenit until a late hlour on Thursday night. At alout three o'clock on Thursday morning, IMr. \\Witt moved for Mr. M'lKCai's discharge, and the Speaker ruled that as the motion to that effect had already been negatived, it could not be brought forward aain this session. On Thursday night the sulject was again brought biefore the Hlhase at an early hour by Mr. Berry, who imoved the adjournment of the House in order that lie might call the attention of the Goverrusnent to the subject, so as to leave them without excuse. Mr. BerrlTy read all extract froli a country news paper, in which it was stated that the whole blame in reference to Mr. Ml'Kean's incar cerationii rested with thle Opposition. This he deniied emphatically. The Opposition had done all in their power to secure Mr. M'Kean's release, but all their efforts hadl been frustrated by the unreasoning and brute-force power of thle Govcrmuenet. All the reasons urg...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 26. The brig Dart, of Newcastle, has been totally wrecked at Nelson's Bay. The crew were savrd. The weather has again set in fine, and hot. Work has been reseuned in the New Lambton colliery, Newcastle. A child named Bell ihas been burned to death by thle upsetting of a kerosene lamp. March 17. IMr. W. B. Dalley, the Attorney General, will probably be off'ered the thie vacault judgeship, and it is rumored that tMr. Wisdom will be Attorney General. A miecting of working men aild elec tors of West Sydney has becei called, to consider thie action of lir. Cameron, M.L.A., in pairinhg on the education qupstion witlh a member who has left the colony. There hlsLs been heavy rain since mild night, with a strong southerly whad. Comntry telegrams also advise a change in the weather. St. Patrick's Day has been celebrated by excursions and sports a:t the Exhli bition ground. Rickeltts ihas been commnnitted for trial for burglary at Kidsman,'s, thei grocer.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

"SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELIAIDE, haislch 20. It is reported that 31r. Morgan wishes to resign the Chief Secretalryship. Mr. W . it lundy, whd l:s declined the Attorney-Generalshill, hles been appointed a member of the University Council, dce iansen. A telegramn from Bourke states tlhat the river is low, and that no rainl has fallesn vet. A severe shock of eartlhqualke was felt at Angaston and other northern towns to-day.

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SCARLET FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

* SCA]?LI'T F]?,'E EI. Scarlet feiLer is entelnding in various parts of the colony, and each day reports of its aplpearasce in some fresh country localities are received at the office of the Healtll de pIartment. On Friday a tclegrimn from the police magistrate at oodl's Pointt stated that it had broken out in a s01io0s form at a M?r. Graham's, andthattherdeias nomedical officer in the vicinity, and as it a.is oetsidd any inunicipal district, there wae no local board of hecalthll to act in the chatter. A further communication lfrbm the constableat Wood's Point reported that the epidemic was spreading fast at Abcrfcldice, where, from thi famiily of Mr. Heffcrnan, imnleeper' and postmaster, it had extended to five other families: I Directionis holy to treat the eases have been forwarded ien-, ech ielstancc and instructions to obtain medical 'aid for any families at Aberfeldie a;sho nmay be unable to hbear the expense. In the shireof Echuca several cases have occurred, and disinfectant...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 17. The equity ease, C. B3. Fisher v. thihe Crown, praying that a decree shalll be ganted compelling the Government to to issue a title to certaindu lands dion tlhe Darling Downs, was discharged with costs. BIr. Watson, C.E., of the Victoria R]ilwaystaf, has completed the inquiry into the cause of the excessive cost of the Ipswich raihvay over the estimate. He returns to Sydney on Saturd:ay. COPI'ERFIELD, March 17. A new lode was discovered yesterday at the Peak downs muine, :and is pro mising well. CoolTows, BIMarch 17. The latest advices from the Panlmer report the discoveiy of a new goldfield, 160 miles from Cooktown, richer thaur anything yet discovered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

EAIDVERTISEENT.'j - rTHE NAT' O bAL REFORMI SLEAGUE OF VICTORIA. T MANIFESTO... It is a fundamental.l pfinciple f: the English Constitution that representation should go witi taxation. It is an in alienable light of a Iree people that'ibhey should nakethetir owrn'laws.; he pedple of this cuutfy live under a constitution which, while lcaling thliii coilipi-atiiely free to elect their awn represenla'tives prac tically deprives their representatives of all legislative power. The :Legislative Astrenbly, which is elected by the whole peoiple, is conbtantly obstructcdT.by the Legislative Council, which reoresents only a portion of the coammunity, thrt portion being the properticd class. Legislative action on the part of the people has, there fore, hcecone a nullity, and self-govcrn mnent a sham. In every civilized eountry in the world a land tax is one of the chief sources of revenue for the State In a countrly like this, where the State out of the general rcvenue grants large annual subs...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

NOS'JT;S' AND ] 'i?NI'rs' . . . , 1 Our slubsidised local 'cottemnporary charges us with forcintttle Colacc Ilerald upons people I against their wills. This is anotlher false- I hoodl. Mr. J. G. Jennings is a mtatter of course, gave up takintg the Ilerantl as soon as he conveniently could after the starting of thel Colac 'iles, lut as he neglected to cotmply with"2thet:neccssary condhitions, we sentt lin the paper as usual, and s court of laas will slortly decide w?lo is it thle wrong. Wd are w illing to allow any person to in spept our books, and if tan tnwilling sub scriber or Iiutiunty advelrtisement can be fouid, agree tod?pay £10 to anty public insti tutiont on condition tlhat our subsidised frisid sulmits to the same terms. We challenge the Colac Titmes to produce an instance in whichl we hIave forced our paper upon atiyone. We, however, are in a posi tiot to state thalt copies of the Cola :'l'imes have been sent to ntnny persons in the town ship, to say notling of thlose outs...

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WARRNAMBOOL RACING CLUB MEETING. THURSDAY, 16TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

TVAl BRAPBJ4 OOL AOCIRG cLUE ., fEtTINVG. THURSDAY; 16ti MARCH.101 These races took place on Thursday and Friday ;ist. About five thllousand persons were present. The Governor and party were also preseint. ThIe new grand stmand was crowded, and, all .the arringements were satisfactory. Thle folhiwinigare the results: MAIbDEN PLrTE. .I. TWhlitehlead's Sir ..:.. ... 1 1. CiinSiiide's Toni Cat .. ... J. S. Henderson's Beacon '..'" ... 3: Sevel': "started.' "TThese' was ' splendid fieish;"hhid the rac was won by lhlf , head. G. Frecklethn's BlueoJacket . e ...1 A. Snlithl jun;'s BIick Harry . ... Octavius Palmer's Ifitrepid ... ... .3 Seven strtedi Alexnidler Hood's Battle Axe fell at the last hiurille whllilst leading, and 1,rokejis neck. Johldii]l STAKri'. J. S. Henlderson's Miss Bell...... 1 1V. Hood's Barracouta .... ... 2 C. Carrolan's Petrel ... . ... ... 3 Four t started. ~TVAnuN?rB00oL CUP. W. Ross's Nell Gwynne . I. 1Mhinn?ess's Firstlighlt ... XV. Hoodl's Britomarte ... 3 Eigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMIONT., iL ECGT 0 RA L ?IN 0 TICG E. The Siopplementary Lists for 'the Colac l)ivision of thie Electoral D)istrict of i'lwarth, and South .Greville and South Western Province, are ".so n my .,possession, iid I may be inspeted,by.any person interested therein. . i " SBENJ. J. 5fITLER, SElectoral Regi trar. .Colac, Morh 20, 1S76 -iOTICE.-The Piiatebrship het etofore ' existing between the lndeisig?ed, JOiN NORMAN and JOSIEPH JOHNSON Swnmil] "jwrlri'tors, Irrowillipoe has this day bhci DISSOLVED'liy muituail consent S""~-, J'TOHN NO1ANRM JOS. IOHNSONI '; \;Witness to LNX0W Jv Colac, 2001 March, 1876. 'Tli BUTSINPSS will so fxture Ie carried on byv JOSEPH',IOHESON. AlliACCOUNTS uetito the Firi aid to be pad to liin, ?i all LAIMS iga'isit the Firmiaiire to be cet to him for p symene S 'Sig , JOHNNORMA. Wit ess HENly1 S{\rALLO . h JS' HR A3E-, MONDAY,, APRIL 17. , GRAND ATHLETIC .SPORTS Up ards of. .60..torlel givon.m Prizoes. FRIENDLY SOCIETIE dUP,~ ''U,£25;' . HANJDI...

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THE REV. CHARLES CLARK'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

THE RE V. CIA RLESS CLARK'S LECG URE. Last evening the Rev. Charles Clark de livered his celebrated'lecture on '' The Tower of London" at the;Oddfellows' Hall, Colac. The hall was.crowded, particularly the front seats, indeed seldom has such an audience been gathered together ingColac. The rev. lecturer received a very flattering rcception on presenting himiself to the andi once. Tlhe body of thle lecture'is a series of condensed historical and biographical sketches of persons celebrated in history, and wlhose tragic fate is intimaitely cnnmeeteQ with the venerable pile. The wonderful descriptive power which Mr. Clarke is pos sessed of is of immense advantage in deliver ilg a lecture of this kindl, for it enables him to place before his audlisce incidents arid events in a most astonishingly grapice mian neri and with such gorgeois tints anil;llies, that it is inmpossible niott to redCognise the fact that the lectiurer is a true elocutionist, -one who bears the hall mark of genilus o...

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CRICKET MATCH. CORIO V. BIRREGURRA AND COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

CBJCJli I' J1'TCIH CouIl ' V. HIRtREGUIURA .Ll) COLAC. On Saturday the return mateh betweu the first clevrp of Qbrio and fifteen of Birre gurra anlld Golano is played on the Corio ground, and resulted insa victory for the old club. The x brought down.,was a good one, but t absence of'that fine batsman :rad captain, GIs G. P. Robertsoli, did niot insplire them witlh cobnfidence; had he been with them it is very probable we should have had1 anothler:tale to tell, although,o thanks to the prceneein it of Mr. Edmundson, who did sot play :ii tlhe first match, the team was :atlmst asiostrong: as that whichl played at liirrogurrim,' On the other hand the Corio gaicd blrthe accesoion of Wills but lost by thie substtitiodi oftanother player for Austin. M r. Strachan:having won the toss from -Mr. Wills cholse toscnd in his opponmeilt to bat oni a rathelr dmcl , swicket which caused the ball to hang. lire considerably or shoot when least sexpute?!l, so far as level and smoothIness were conepCi...

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NEW CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

-lrJj" CALEL)ONLIA. Thie following communiiactio0i froni tihe AUye correspondlen i nlNoumnea gives additional particulars of the hiirricise which receitly visitced Ivw Caledonia, also one or two: otlr :itemi :-- " O1' Moovuay, the 21st Jfebruairy, thie baro mete commenced to tll so as to 'ndicate bid wealdlr.c At the dawnl of the 22id itlere were unisfiistsk~ble signs of a blow, and p.rudcent peotple made pre parations..At nine a.m., barometer 29.75, falling rapidly until ait three p.m. it stood at 29.0, lower than I ever saw it. Still theexpeetedl hurricanel hold oilff The'strong gusts kept oine on the qui vive. At hlaf-plst live p.m. it commenced in earnest. The whid, which in the morning blew from south wet, hadl woi'kedl round to the liorth;l and thence it came with a vengeance1 which iiinereased as it gradually worked round to 'tie west, fronm which qnuarter ii; bleo froni Ilif-lpist six to half-past eightf; with such violence as to cause most of the vessels to dirig, anid u?cl...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

AGJCIC' TITTI? Ll ArOTI s' ITherarim that fell dunring- the past week have been most welcome, replenimshing ex hliaustcd water supplies, refreshing the pas tures, and putting the soil in excellent cone dition for work. Those'e farmnei ivh, tok the tiniely preeanutiohn of running over their stubble land immediately after harvest with the" scarifier or gang plough, will reeivd tihe benefit now in the increased facilities pre sented for the germination of weed seedsi, and the growth of a luxuriant coat of herbage to be plonghed down for green manure. 't'he season is noar mosit propitiouse for securing the lbenefits of early ploughing and sowing, and shonld be taken advantage of to the utmost. The drought has broken sp in Queenslind heavy Iloods being reported from that colony, hit dry weather is still comiplained of from the back country of South Australia andi NewSouth WVales.

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

LATEST AUSTRALIAN : TELEGRAMS. (ScuSLvuasIAN ASSOCIATIE) vu uSS uEaLEGAiS.) Mu ? nounsrE, Mar-ch 20. Aa tnlesentation made to Sir Charles Gavau Duffy to-day, by the Hibernian Society, he stated that it was not his intention to re-nter 'Parliament at present. The sahnlon ova:, on being examined at the ice house to-day, was found to be about half sound. Some of it has been removed to Ercildoun. A telegram hals been received from Galle, staLting that the China had left there on Saturday evening \ith the mails, instead of the Bangalore, which had been detained. She brings on passengerss s well us mails. A fire occurred at Carlton early th is mornilg, at Frochet's shop. The pre mnises were insured for £600. Wheat, 5s .d to 5s 4 d.

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