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TERRIBLE THUNDERSTORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

T J2E'J ? LE TilUNDEIRSTORM. This town was visited -o ' Saturday last with one of theinmostterrible thunderstorms: it is possible, to imaogine A large crowd of spectators had, assembled. .on 'tlhe. Mount CGahlbier Oval, nuinlbering se6vral huindreds, to witness a cricket matith':between the local players and the, representatives. of Cnsterton. About 3 o'clock, wlihen the .ex pectitions of the crowd and the local players were at the :highest 'pitchl-fouri wickets down for. .runs, naud the. fifth man iis-a sudden, deafeling, indescribable crash of thunder, louder thanl thle lIjviest artillery, sounded with :I startling and awe-inspiring effect over the .heads of the players, ac comlpanied by a blinding flash of lighteniltg. Instantaneously a large gum tree just out side of the chaini was split from the top to bottom like nmatchwood. Many of the on. lookers at the same time were knocked down like a feather, and, several of them who liad hold of the wire which fences off the playing gro...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COLAC POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1876. (Before Messrs. Murray and Beal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

COLAIC I'OLCJE COUI:'T. ----+ --- - F'ii.DY, MA.(c'r 17, 187(6. (Before [cssrs. Murray anld Beal.) L'olice v. W'illiamn Thompson.-Charge of bciug drunk andl disorderly. The defeundant stated that he lhad given himself up to the police, as he was too drunk to take care of himself. The defendant was fined 5s., or 24 hours' i 'isorn"olen.t. . . Franciso-Dowling was brought up iharged with stealing a goose,..th- -property--of Charles Harris, at Colai, on the 14th inst. Charles Harris deposed-1 employed the prisouer on Monday to dig potatoes. He was at my liouse a portion of the day, but he did not dig any potatoes. Missei a goose from Imy yard on the following morning. Saw Scnior-constahle Flahive the same day, aid described the goose to him. The bird produced is the'same as I described to him. Have other geese, but they are not marked like this one.' By,Mfrl Hancock--l I have sixteen geese. - Bought them off Mr." Enlblisngb Would not swear that the goose produced is the ale stolen frbi...

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SECOND DAY, FRIDAY, 17TH MARCH. ST. LEGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

SECOND DAY, FIUDAY, 17TH [MARCH. ST. LEGER. J. M'OGuinness's Postlnian . ... i A. Smith, jun.'sGQeorg Frederick ... 2 II. Chirnside's Tom Cat ......3 Six started. Time, 3min. 15sec. HOTE.LKEEPER'S HLNDICAI'. Ross's Nell Gwynne ... 1 Tozer's Merrymaid ... ..... 2 WlVhitehead's Mailman ... .... 3 Six started. Time, 2min. 45 sec. A splendid race, and won by a neck. Regarded as one of the best races ever seen on this course. ALL-AED SAS. Am m .Aoxn Sr lEO. W. Hood's Britbmarte .... .. 1 ,P. Parslow's Craaus ... . 2 J. S.,Heliderson's Beacon. 3 Fu?r started .YaO by .a length,;, Thne, 2mim. 14sec. . SELLING Ut?'?JRDLES., J. I'GOuimises's Quicksilver... ... 1 antrepid baulked' it the last hurdle. FIREE HANDICAP. Hood's Britomate ... 1 Tozer's Mazdrl i ' .... ... .. 2' Gallagher's Fimiimiman... . . 3 Won easily by :a length. Be beforehi?n ' w?ith " disease:.: Trifling deranmgeents beget seiious diseases. Whei you feel "out'of sorts, ?'languid aculd despon deat, you may b piretty sure that y...

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THE COLAC PROSPECTING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

['FI CO[LAC P'RJOSPECTINCG Theproposed prospectof the Cape Otway forest would seeim to bie all arrint piece of'lumbuig after all. When, the other day, we offered a few remarks ullon this-to this district-most important subject we were under the impression,froee the remarlks of a Melbourne contempbioaiy, tllht : portioli.f; the "prospecting vdte"'of £5,000 was about to be expended in" this district in a propeil and legitimate' rialiner and that a suithble and competent'srbspectintg party, properly equipped, officered And led, was about to bd dispatched by the"Mining Department for a thorough investigation of the country lying south and west of Colae. Such,wesay,,wos our impresiot at the- time we penmied: the article above referred to, but a littlcerefletc tion might hlive broglibt to.mild the slai~i as ell na' the .itelessness of putting c?hy trust in promiises f suach a description,'t it we might hi've knouw,; had the atlhii beetsa: departmetital aud a gemuine one for the ptir pose ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRECTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

/: . A?( CORREC'?ION.? !? : ': :.? (To T InE Enui'o rsi:' rir I ATD.) :.c?8t,: My attention has heen drawnr.:to a paragraph in llyt datoitraya iessue of1 thie OGolc 2'isic in ahiclglie whole blamelof the acciidnt' ,whieY cceiurred inear"the Ot eA Westcht Hotela bo \Tednesda? !ii t' laI'ifi" attribintedtl to iisyself. ' : ad the ariter of thll3 paragraph in isiestion only thlken the' ird- cautidn; to hearelioth sidles, he might lhave comin to a differeut conclusion:. Owas net on tlheowrdog iile of the toitd when thb: acciddiit' tdok ~labd, i. wLees -oniiffi?vrigbht side, andt Mr: Jaiiirb Calvert wai rtlivis--n his velhicle on tlioswrong'side,. 1 saw hint coneug, iad p.ily iulletdi off- his tio-the wreilysidehiii oeiler to escape a collision;,ibit.' att ithat momet the man saw my syehicle, and tried to pull off oni to the right side. The conseqpencec was tlth tt a collision took place' ' Thi only fault to lie foundailwth ni is that i awas i?rivil' a ithoit" lights, bilt?. nainy other ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

CO~jkECtCIAL. MELBOUIRNE Pl'if UC. MARIIEET. at rday Evening. The Age reports :- 'Ili course of the breadstuffs mnarket durin?gihe week has been slightly against ibuera,'i, altlhoughl de li 'eries by rail havie i.een ?iell kept up, these lhav ha largely consisted of consignments of swheat for storage oni farmers' account that the suppliesar:il'ihler ffir roperatifig 'upon' have ibeen 'coinparati\:ely' liinited, and this pancity'of-t/iciifieriong,'shuleddto a slow halrdening hrf liricd, the inipioving iii values being so gradual s to ie scarcely perceptible during its progress. $Northern whea:t miet a free sale to-day at 5s 4d, .bags inclhdeil. ('ount?itry ilkiir he i w l ith Iirmness at £11i 1his for choice hrands. (.'itsy made is in general quote1ld at £1, blit this figure is not so riSilv yadhered to as the cost of mianiu facture shioul necessioate. In feedingbi gras, buyers appiear to have the powier of tixing values at present. Maize is unsettled;its price.in Sydney is reported ...

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

COBB AND CO'S 1ROYAL 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 Ip.m. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT MAIL. G EELONG TO WVARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, asn 9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAPAMUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, TIlENCE TO MOUNT GAMBIER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate pest towns, leaving Gcelong every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 9.50 p.in. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Booking Office, Geelong, daily (Saturday excepted), at 9.50 p.ni. for Warrnamhool 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...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

THE. uipopll'aity of the l'CurrLocss linistrvy is wagin brought promincntly into notice, i conisequenbe of tile forth coming electibn' for:i ninmbcer to repre sent Geelong East 'in %ie Legislative Assembly. There are:now four candi dates in the field foi- tlhe va?ancy caused by the death of the late Mr. RicI?A1m soN, but there is not oide to be found amongst the?n 'wlho comnies forward as a. Government candidate, or who gives the policy of the Government a hearty support. another remarkLable fact is, that the .opportunity is not taken by Sir JAMES M'CULLOCIi' to provide a seat for the Minister of Justice, Dr. MAD DEX. Now is th?e golden tinie to returnl the Minister of Justic.e to Parliament, if w e noe to believe all that the Govern mentjournals, ancd all tiit th?e uinistr-y 'nd its suppore?rs ill?Parlament are continually ujinmmn g, sinto. our ears about the "real country " being at all fours 'witl' Sir JA.1ses I'CuLLmocit's financial scheme 'nd general policy. Tihe snomalous posi...

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

SHI- E OF COLAC TENDERS, addressed to the President, will 1,e received by the Council of the Shire of Colac, until noon on Wcdnesday, 22nd inst., for the following public works : Contract No. 46.76-Construction of 3 chains of rough pitching on road at back of School, near Mir. Darcey'srdsidence, Cun dare. Contract No. 47-76-Works on boundary road, south of Borongarook estate, consisting of timber work--2 chains, piling and sheet ing, and 32 chains 3:-rail fence, supplying and fixing 25 chains faggots. Supplying and spreading 500 cubic yards gravel or broken ironstone, draining, and other earth work. Grubbing and clearing 60 trees and stumps. Contract No. 4S-76--Repairs to Tunnell on Mr. Troy's property, Ondit, and silting out let drain there. Contract No 49-76--Grubbing, clearing, and drsining portion of road, leading from Colae to Mr. Vigar's property in Yeo, and erection of culvert andi approaches in Mr. Deimis's road, near to its junction with above road. C'ohtract No. 50-76-Cons...

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SHOCKING DEPRAVITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 March 1876

SHOCKING DEPRAVITY. One of the most revolting cases ever chronicled was heard in the Sandhurst City Police Court on Thursday, in which a man named John Duffus was charged with having carnally abused his daughter, Mary Ann Duffus, a little girl under twelve years of age, at the Bendigo Creek, where they re- sided, near Goornong. The poor little child, the Independent says, gave her evidence in a very clear and explicit manner, which was not shaken in the least during cross-examine- nation. Her evidence was to the fact that her father (the prisoner) had, on the 27th of last January, committed the offence with which he was charged, and it was not until a considerable time afterwards that she in- formed any person of his diabolical con- duct, he having threatened to take her life if she did so. As soon as she told her mother of the fact, information was given to the police, and the father was arrested. Another daughter of the prisoner's , about sixteen years of age, whilst giving eviden...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

TWO HOURS' GENUINE AMUSE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, COLAC. ONE NIGHT ONLY. WEDNESDAY, 29TI1 MARCH. RACE NIGHT I RACE NIGHT ! MR. GEORGE COTTERELL, The Celebrated M[isIc AND OSCARACTER DELINEATOR, Wil give his Elegant sind Amusing Drawing-Room Entertainment, entitled Q U. I z, OR FACIES AND FANCIES, Assisted by M?ISS ISABELLA CARANDINI (Mirs. Cotterell), TIHE ACCOMPLISHED VOCALIST, AND M·TR. EDWCARD LEWIS,: PIANIST ANu PROFESSOR or MUSIC. Admissiosm, 3s., 2s., and ls. Coennmce at S. BUSINESS MANAnE-. - ... THOS. KENNEDY. 0DDFELLOWS HIALL, COLAC. SONS OF TEMPERANCE, CoLAc Dn~vsION, No. 13. EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY. A GRAND CONCERT will take place on Easter MIonday Evening April 17, 1876, when first-class talent will appear. Further particulars in future ad vertisement. By order, J. G. JOHNSTONE, Sec. L O B E H O T E L, SwlmesTON STREET, MIEnLOoUNE. A. J 0 N E S, (Late of Mortlake) PROPRIETOR, Begs to announce to Isis numerous friesds in time Western District, that he has purchased the lease of the a...

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THE CASE OF L. STEVENSON AND SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

THEI CASE. OP 0A STEVN?i? N " AND SO0iV The allegations made by the warehouse ican formerly in.tle employment of MIessrs. L. Stevenson and Son, relative :to :the Customs transactions of that'firm in passong entries, continue to excite very general at tention in commercial circles. He adheres firmly to his statement, wohici is to the effecti that MIessrs. Stevenson amid Son passed in voices through the Customs House in which the goods nominated weoe entered it" tweisty to forsty per cect belong; their icetul vilue. lie his xisimdle i satuttory deiclaration comsl firiiiatory of lisiessevatiots.. .ims essrs. Stesiioiso i audl Son state, on tim othe: hlaiid; thi it wi hile these asscrtions l51ce tlheir firmim in s very iiuiplsiiiit 1iSitiOii; aill they. ca ili, is to aet. 1' the defensiie, call for proif; sod give |;e liii C iistl iiiq iuitlhovilies i as they allegete they doiiiiig,, . \iir5 aisistiice,: iih t~he imivesh 'iaI, ii's tw ilkiii" jlilec niiehr l.lmis dir steam o f LIfiomoff...

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

ILA±TEST AUSTREALIAN TELEGRIAMS. (LUSTrIALIAN ASSOCIATED l'ORID1SS TIILEGIRAMS.) MoIELrOnUo hE, M[arch 23. When stle House met this afternoon, after the preliminary business wits dii posed of, Sir James MT'Cnlloch said that although thle second reading of the hincome and Property Tax Bill had only been cuaried by a majority of three on the previois niight, the principle had been carried by a large majority, and the Governmenst therefore felt it their duty to take into consideration all the circumstances. Four or five of thle supporters of tie Government were absent, and they felt no doubt the measure could ibe passed, bit it woruld iiecessarily take a longer time. Look lur, terefore, a? thle late period of the session, and that as three months would close the financial year, the Govern meat had come to tie coicliision to withdraw tie bill for tie preseist ses sion. They would ashr the house to pl5ss the Estimates, and on Tuesday lie might have to ask the House to sanc tion the issue...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

LEGISLATIVE- ASSEMBLY. The Assembly wso ill an ninssally mlus trious mood on Tuosday evening, and sue ceeded ill passing the following mneasures tlirongh their various stages, preparatory to •nendingtliem to the Lcgislative Cooncil : Tlhe Public Health Bill, Mninig on Private Property Bill, Succession Duties Bill, Tax on Banak Note Bill,-Police 1leneccs Statute Bill, Uisiversity Degree Bill, Corporation By-laws Proof Bill anld Chleques and Bills of Exchange Bill. The folosring bills, wore discharged :--The Juries Law Amendment Bill, the Attorneys, Sblicitors aid Proctors Law Amendinent' Bill, hlnprisonincnt for Debt Bill, and Local iovermoent Act Amenihoent Bill. A bill was also intrloduced to enable local bolies to pay off their lians: out of general rovenue. The educotion estio soates were submitted, and somi little pro gress made with them, after which the Nouse adjourned. The Opposition were rewarded for 'their nowearedl and patriotic effects during the last four months, in witn...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

SOUTIH. AUSTRA.IA. ADELAIDE, M?[arch 23. M\r. Boicaist is in negotiation with I:. HaLwwker, buot beyond this nothing has transpired respecting tile fornsation of the new MIinistry. Wheat is coming in slowly. English telegrams do not sostais th]e recent advance. Letters from the Far North speak of tli drought as likely to be very severe.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

NEWV SOUTH- WA~tL;ES. SrYDEY, March 23. Richlmond and the VataeLttsL cole are the best favoritics for the Randwick Leger. Tho Educatfion Bill collapsed as the alIeCi tiosus involvxed usost?. exyxenditure, s;old taust; bo iui hd.illed ly ulesstee. Ucid has been struck tear GCtdgeolg. Good prospects at 40 feet deptll. A destructive fire occsred in tle main street at Young last night. Three pirelises destroyed, and the whole bloclchliadl narrow escape. Iliportalit alterations are being made •tt thle Sydnley InfiRnsary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

G:OVERNMIENT ADVERTISEMENET. ELECTORAL NOTICE. The Supplementary Lists for thle Colac Division of the Electoral District of Polwarth aund Sooth Grenville and South Western Province, arc now in my possession, and may be inspected by any person interested therein. BENJ. .1. MILLER, Electoral Registrar. Coloc, March 20, 1876. B IRREGURRA RACES. THE ANNUAL MEETING WVILL ZE IIELD ON FRIDAY, 7Tn APRIL, 1876. STEWYARDS Mr. M:'Grath Mr. M. Shanahan Mr. Peacock Mr' P. E. Cahill Mr. Peng"ily ir. Lambell PeglyMr. Torner. Ju?,r--Mr. M. Sh?nahan. STARTER--Mr. P. E. Cahill. CLERK OC CoURsan-M?R. MI. M'Grath. HANDIcA PP'.rc---Stcwarde. MlAmnEx PLA'TE, 10 eOVa. One and a half miles. W, eight for age. For all maiden horse.s. Entrnce, 15s. tIRnEneurct H~esDnrAP, 20 sOVs. Two miles. Nomination, lOs.; acceptance, 15. HURDLE RACE, 15 sovs. Two miles, over such jumps as the stewards may erect. Nomination, 10s. ; acceptance, lOs. SE.LL'uu RACE, 10 sovs. One ted a half miles. WVeight for age. Winter to he ...

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

COLAC .SHIRE COUNILGfJ. Wetirxcas, t Ie, M:ii 22. 'resent: (irs. Beal, llaitnes, Coulston, Ihitth:battat, Wilsont, and Howe. It, the absence tif the President, Cr. Beal was eotted to the chair. h'lse titltes of the prcvious meeting were read sod conlirteed. . CORIIII?P~ONI)F. SE. tptiss of letters sent since last steeting were readt by the Secretary. Fromt the Presilcnt, apologising for ton attetlasllce, ill contsequnoece of illness. lFroem Government Statist, with reference I to returts of statistics hby the 31st inst. Frets the Secretary for Railways and ]Roads, respecting the erections of a picket fentce throuighs the township of Colae alotig side the railway, regretting that the request couhll not he cotmplied with. From the Under-Treasurer, forwarding :ceonott for £3150 for signature. Ordered to be forwarded to tite President for signature. Frotn the Secretary for the North-WVestetn Canal Cospanty, requestintg assistance in intart srting a system of canalization in Victoria. Or...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

A VERY important matter was brought under the notice of the Shire Council, at the meeting on Wednesday last, by Councillor BUCHANAn', and we are pleased to observe that the Council has decided to take action in it. We allude to the question of the proper adjustment of boundaries of the vasions ridings of the shire. The present boundary lines were defined and settled before settle ment to any extent took place in the district, and new roads have been made, exchanges and deviations of roads effected since that time, the consequence of which is that the burthen of making and msuabtaining these roads presses v'ery unequally on one iiding more than another, and it is only fair and. reasonable that the Council sholdd, at the earliest possible opportunity, con sistent with a due consideration of the subject, readjust the boundary lines between thle three ridings, so that the expenditure of the revenue may be equalised. The Beeac riding is the greatest sufferer in the matter under notice, a...

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CRICKET MATCH. BOHEMIANS v. COLAC & BIRREGURRA [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 March 1876

SCRICKET H ATCHn BOHEMIA?NS v. COLAC & BIRrEGUiBrA 'Tlhc alioe nottch took place oil the groulni of the Coloe Club yesterday, anti reitlltcd in ;a vitojy:for the Bolhcmians.. The. combined team wercediapoced of for the comparatively small total of 3(6 rons. Mosro. *M,,Cullan and ]liiscliceltif wore., hlo. only..t(wms'. players who got into ilouol litre-,..tled t -cy,s2ortcl 11 rites each. Elmuedson was n'et hthllhet. scorer: with eight mrus.. The ,lsowlnt, of' Heoad :cid Cats was too goddlifor 'ih ltoeal: tlen. The Bohetnians sccred hlIis"ou. A.. Louglnan was top scorer wiali" 4i1 runs,. and Corman cCaine next with 31 ruth. iNoad 11 runs. C. Conner and Cornisol caught A, Loughinnis sud' Carr ought very cleverly In coesequence of precssure of liusinos w are compelled to condeise our rcpbrt of the moteh. The followintg is a dctailed account of the play:-y CoMoINED Toxs. Emtnundsont, is Carr .................... 8 *Greetne, h Carr....................:. ........ 0 Coenish, i Net...

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