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DEVELOPMENT OF A YOUNG WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

'JLOPP?LJ?.NT[' 01 OF A I'OUiNG' On Sunday afternoon a young lady living with her parents iii East MeIl born'e suddenly left hte homne, accoin paniedl-as a letter left behind for her father states--by a Frencch gentleman, who, for some time past, has been paysing his addresses toher. The young lady is the only dalughterof welllcnown and wealthy merchant iof tlise city; while the gentlemma ivho has capltured her heart is said to belong to a highly aristocratic Freinse family. About two months ago this interesting foreigisr came to Melbourni where, onl account of his high connections and insinuating address, lie was :it once welcomed into the highest ranks of society. Some six weeks ago lie formed the acquaint ance of the young lady avitls whomn he has eloped, at a ball in St. Kilda. Sob mequcntlyl he met her st other festive atlieriisgs, and every time lie saw her, l(r attractions seemed to have worked deeper iisto Ihis heart. The letter left behind tells how sie come to reciprocate ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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MURDER IN QUEENSLAND. QUESTIONABLE EMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

~1IU1?DE1? AR QUEENSLY/ AND.1) tttrES'ieiN.\ttLE EtiO.a1i']AS. At the hi stryblorouglh (Queensland) Police Court on the 24ths MIarch, Alexander ]Rivon was charged with tie wilful murder of Iis nifo, to \vienr lie had Iteen marrtied but one week;, anlld' whose smsiden name was Amnie Budsh. The medicial tcstimony showed that death s-was tile result of stiangelatioc, 1 :itul thst the deceased eore severe satks : oss her tnckl . The followihg additional evidence was adduccil -iMIrs. Adaoosos ! dlepotsed to hlving arrived in the colony w\ith I'isone1r1e and Lydi:L Qiplps in the Star Queen. They camne out as inlul and wife, and lived together to within ? tllree weeks of this dalte. [iteess here descrilied Lydin coming to h er house, mnd to Rivln gettisig married to the deceased woman.] After the siar riagc Rivon continued to visit Lydia., aid witness aseked Rivon why he did not stay at home with his wife. She leard no coesversatiess hetween prisooner annd Lydia Quipps on the. moerning of ...

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CONTINUANCE OF TOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

CON.STIMI\UA CE OF TOLLS. Mr. Langton, M.L.A., introduced to thle Minister of Railway. on Wed nesday a large deputation of members of the city and several suburban coun cils. The Mayor of Melbourne stated that the depntation had to ask that, as the authority to collect tolls on roads would cease on the 30th J-ane, a short bill might be introduced and passed to Slegalise the collection of tolls until a substitute had been provided by Parlia ment, as had been promised. 'Mr. Jones said that the Government had not h'ad any opportunity of considering the matter, and it was not likely they would be able to do so before the close of the session. He would bring the subject under 'the notice of his colleagues, and whatever course might be determined on should be conmmunicated to them. It.was pointed out in reply that the municipal bodies were in precisely tle same position now as they were when tle continuing bill was passed last year, and that unless a similar bill were passed this session ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

L AI?pN T SA W M I LL. E. T.SI LK. lego to inform his Nouiierous Cootomers thai. hle Ih?is creetitl a MILl:, in such us position thant w illenibsle lih iil fuitre to SUP'PLY Tl'lhMlBlER of the very lue.it iuolity olitaiii alule, anid of any iliinensios reiqiiredl on the SI [OIIlTEST NOTICE. s 1. T. S. 1bos to isotify thnt tie oldl prices iare still adllserei to;, .isotwithstiindiiig ily relirt iii calculation that le h as raised1 the N.B.--iNearest adl iiiost lireelt roadl to niw Mill, tliriiigli Capit. Hoiiiies's pailldoek, s tlienee past Mr. Chliii'. All OIRDEIIB S left with W\. FINNIS, Colac, will Pceceive proispt sttentiosii COAST T'B'CK.SkW MILLS. 5T 0 S' E P Rt ';T OI[ N S 0 N Begs to lllloonccs, thatl lie.is rlclared to CUT soil JJEL I oI ilardessl TIIIMBER, to all parts of the Bistriet ant Curreiit Bates. All OtDOELS loft aits his Agent, or ai dresoed to hlim, sqill reccive promilt sttentioei. £0112: C:. ·o ±ST imr M . I . K t B" 0 0 TM?1 AK V? N ? lA1islhes to" inform Isis ...

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A BLOW AT SABBATARIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

AI M3O IF A T' SA·IIIA f/IA Z I /IA NLS'JL. Our (Ba//cara? Stan') Stawell corre spondent writes :--"It is always :a pleasast. duty tp record any progress in a libdal direction. Such a movemenit has lately takea platce at Stawell, as a local M~echanics' Instltllte adl free library has beeni thrown open on Smuday from the hours of Iwo till six in the afternoon. The experiment has now been tried for four'Sumdays, and a]s, so far, turned out aL perfect sutccess. Whelioi first proposed to the ansnal meeting of subscribers, the occasion was thought too auspicious by the Sabbatarian party to be negleted, and, consequsntly, tise glsost of Joissl Knox was duly ralced out of the dust of three enitusries, 1ud nusde hinself heard. But the voting showed, in a most in un'stadceahlee umnuser, that wh:st might have been suitable st 's inse when a violent reaction teool pl)ce :inc l isolated country in th.e' north of :Europe, does not couformnto the notions of tin en lightened people iulrnhbiting ti...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COLAC COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 17TH MAY. SPECIAL SUMMONSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

COLIC COUNT COUIRT, WEPDNESDAY, 17rn,17 MAY. SI'I':CI?% L"S U .M ISI 0 N. q . Last dlay forissuing ... April 22nd. Last (lay for serving April 25th. ORDINARY SUOMMOSSE. Last day forissning ... pril 25th. Last day for serving.' hlay lst. Las t day'for filing unenonscs, MIay thi ; iast (lay for paying money, into Corlrt, Mal1y 10th. THE HERALD, WTIT! W\I[ICII I8INCOiii'ORAT?lI) 'lie " COLAC OBSERVER." PcblUs'ered oi: i'iiesrlsvi, rtiid FI'shrlay nImo i, mis. 'FEID.AY, A15JIL 7, 1876.

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STRANGE SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

SI!' 'AV] SUICIE). The ]!asih'at Ster gives the following feller iirticlsirs relative to the suicide of Fredlerick Bohi :--"A sluicide of iL somsewhat inelxplicable aint anltlareistly) inotiveless cleiracter occurcd l at C tig'" a I-Iotel during the nighlt of Saturtday or suoriting of Sunday. .At teti p.m. a? waiter arrived at the hotel, and ii'. Spearing, the landlord, having adiler tised for a hlid waitetr, usd Io]m beingh extreisely well recoenuetsdedl, an'd, moreovlsr, a " islta who apIlteareld excel leitly sell-stited for the l,osition, lie was duly engaged. ieo siseist so011e time cotnversing willt Mr'. Spearing and MTr. Vaniisni, nid seemed sensible and cahne enough. Suhsequeist cirtin stances, ho-evrc, renclered teoteworthy the fact that lie -was seen pacing roiutd the table iii the commiet-cial room rather excitedly, with llis head hetit its if it cottetplahttiotn. Ietwecen tess iLnd eleven Bohn----wsho dirse notlhinsg its tlte hotel--ras sleowis to Isis beIdroom by WVillia...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

THE proceedings in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday last were highly redolent of what is generally supposed to take place in the traditional " bear garden," and aflbrd another illustration of the necessity which exists for the dissolution of Parliament. From the published report of what took place in the Assembly on the evening in ques tion, it appears that the Government is mainly.to blame for the disturbance. The metropolitan journals which are on the Government side, of course, blame the Opposition meumbers as being the originators and fomenters of the "scene," but this is only on a piece with the misrepresentation which has been so conspicuous iif the columns of the .Ministerial organs during the whole of the present session of Parliament. It is, however, satisfactory to know that this system of cowardly misrepre sentation has not succeeded in influenc ing the people of Victoria to any appreciable extent, in proof of which we need only point to the elections for West Bourke, ...

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

·TASM7A~IA1. LAuNcEsTo ?' Apri 5. - . Captain Gilmore, member of ·thel Acesmbly fbr South ,-Laui ceton; i, likely to acccpU tib Colonial Xecretiry ship, tlioughl hitherto inl Opp;osition. It is aniticipated that ]i will inud "a dilincnlty in Obtiiiiw ~ a scat tile Upper Hk-ouse, isl which the Colonial Secreta'y always sits. The reportcd wreck on I-ummoek shlald is a cainarhd.

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

According to ass iteio coiitained in our telegraplic intelligeciie this morning, the prorogation of Paulicolt will t:ike place this day. The session will thus conchlde wsithout Sir JThess MUCelloeh lhsving passed aniy Linancial scheme, yet he otill holdo ollice. Cossmicet oii such a barefaced proccedisg as this is needless. Oar suhsidised local contemporaay tries td wriggle out of cceeptinc our ehallesage by sayiiig that it does not like "nagging." This is all very well, hut wou't quite go down as truth. Whiean a joeuriial makes statemints which we declare to be false, aind are prepared to prove sueh falsity, it is very manca to shirk the responsility of these stateimeits. W\e notice that siiice we flist accused it of iiusertinig '"dumsmuy" sdver tiseiments, it has discointinsued souuie, iiotably those relating to Fire Insurance. Is it satisfied now? The noslinl proprietor of the subsidised jorunal has ev;deuatl5· not cast lis lines in such a pleasusnt place as he imiagined. People ...

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NEW ZEALAND. LYTTLETON, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

NESWI ZE1lALAND.. [nr suBiMA'l'ri ' FELE It.PriT. 3 LYr'iiiLTro, April . On examination of the salmon ova, it was found that two-thirds of :that packed by Mr. ;Youl ,was nimnpreg nated, consequently worthless, and the ova packed by Frank Bluckland is doing well. - S VELLINGTON, April 5. The steamship Colina, being unable to enter the bar at Dunedin harbor owing to the rough weather, hove away for Lyttleton, when all the blades of her propeller broke, but she was) tOrvoil ito port safely.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

QU3EENSLANqD. BrIsBANE, April 5. The Quceuslauder's special correspon Ident has arrived at Cooktown.: Tele graphing on Saturday, he reports that] MuIlligfn's party left on. the previous day for the new rush. The exact dis tance ii 135 miles southwest ofiCook town, througih 3yerstown, 'eon the lIeodgkilson Btivcr. Theric ]:iAc been hle? y rinn dtifngi theo last turee days, and the rineis are up. Isivelling. is suspended. Two thoiousndn people are awaitinga Mfulllgus's arr-ivl at Bycrs, town to proceed. Thecre is neat excitement, end subscetiptions hlive een raised for the imumediiate niarting of a road from i 3yerstown1 to the rash. Twenty-five gold-beri nig reefs, some of t~hien rich, 'rnoalready, knowen to exist on the field. While p?rospectinig _.ullJgaln and arty grot 31b weighit of gold, all on the east side of the IHodgkiiison River. Large numbers of diggers mid packers are leaving Cool-town. _A temporary mail will be immediately estahihishied.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

COMMERCIAL. IMELBOURSE PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday Evening. The only feature of interest in the trais actions of the day was the public sale of the Niciolecs's cargo of Mlauritiis sugar, as, apart friom this blsiness there has been no miove inent of tle least importance. Breadstilfs exhibit ino aipreciable change, prices being maintained by the firmnness of holders rather than by any. activity iL thi.edemand. For. best brails of coiuntry flour £12 is asked, ibt the quantity chanlging hands is trilling. Wheat is taken up1 at 5s idl to 5s 7il, bags included,; for good to prime Northern ; by public sale a few ihundred bags found buyers at 5s 4Jl to 5s Sd for common nmilling to primel seed. Feedling grahs are quiet. A small parcel of Fiji maize realised. 4s 4d under the hammer. Oats were at the same time sold at 2s 10 dto 3s 1' 'for coiimmonl to prime. Cane barley were dispsed of at 3s 4d to 3s (id. Pi tUDTJCE MA.&KETS. Tile following wrcie th]e p1ices of alroduce ;t the underment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

COBB AND CO'S [1O01AL M\IAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. DAY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND ;COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coacli leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m passing through Colac at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Boaking Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.n. NIGHT MAIL. G EELONG TO WAlBRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at 9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. WithBranch Line to IIORTLARE, :CAAI?MUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, .THENCE TO MOUNT GA MB1ER AND ADELAIDE, ViA PENOLA, and all intermediate pest towns, leaving Geelong every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. at 9.50 p.m. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Boeking 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 Ssndays at 4 a.m. and from Warrnambeool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. April 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

,MAELBOURNE LIVE STOCK 'MARKET. SApril 5. Fat Cattle.-1307 head were yarded for the a:ele's supply, the bulk of which was of second and middling quality. Prime and good quality ~ivisi in demand and realised prices slightly in advance of late'rates, but no naterial alteration from' ast quotations took place on medium sorts. Prime quality Sblllocks sold at from £11 10s to £12 17s 6d ; good do, from £10 to £11; second do, from .-8110s to £9 10s ; infri6rfrom £5 10s. Best cows sold up to £1010s ; others from £4 10s. Following are the principal averages --Mr. SV.. J., Clarke's 87, bullocks, £11 ,6s; 151 do from the H6art Station,' £10 7s ;" Mr. VW. E.. Tower's do'; £10 : Is; 'essrs. Degraves, 46 do, £10 ISs. Fat Calves-85 came to .,.hand, and met with a brisk demand at ad vanced rates. .: Bestrealised from 65s t6,7s ; good dlo, 50s to Os ; second do, 35s to 40s; inferior, from 15s.. Fat Sheep-14,200 were penned, consisting chiefly of second and middling quality. Those to hand of prime an...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MAiRKET. April 1. Messrs. O'FAHRELL and Sox report: On account of the unfavorable state of the weather towards the end of the week supplies did not come up to our anticipations in quan tity. W\e offered at auction 73 horses, 66 head of cattle, and 118 pigs. There was a large attendance of customers, and every suitable lot was cleared. Horses-There was nothing above ordinary in the supply, which consisted chiefly of small lots from the Western district. For the following sorts the demand was very large, viz. :-Medium draughts, £18 to £28; heavy do, £29 to £38 ; coach, cab, and delivery sorts, £15 to £21; ordinary saddle and buggy horses, £20 to £25; superior stylish do, £28 to £45. The supply of these fell far short of the demand. Cattle-Increased activity is manifesting itself in the demand, which is certain to improve very much in consequence of the late heavy rainfall. All to hand this week are speedily cleared, and we are about closing for several lots of stor...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

SOUTHI AUSTRALIA. ADE?LAIDE, April 6. There has been heavy rain all day. Correspondence is' mblished between' Mir. Quuisns leader of the caucus, and Mr. B3ucinst. The former asked that Parliament might meet at the end of tihe montth M; r. Boucant replied that the mnatter was in the hands of the Governor. Apr11 63. The 1M9inisterial misumnderstandng has beea satisfactorily settled. nr. Everard explains that he misnnderstood time meaning of the Advertiser article. Another body from the Ginon's boat hsis been recovered. M{r. iitchen, the auditor-generaml has applied fo" at year's leave, of absence. Tee Rev. MI. biclr has been elected chairnimam of tIme Congrtegational Union for the ensuimlg year. Sales of whleat have-been made st ijs afloat at Port Adelaide, where:the de mand chiefly exits. At thie outlorts prices are easier.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

LEWV SOUTHI WABLES. SY'DNEY, April Ii. 1 etitions havie been p)resented to ]Iarliauncut in favor of closing p)ublic hlonses on the Sunday. Tle coiltsriusmmers at Newcastle are likely to settle their differences regard ing loadiig vessels. iranglel, i hlo was heavily backetd last nisghit for the Jockey 0mub I-uidi cas1 at Bathirstr, was scratcheld this morning. April 5. The Corernor in his speech it the onening of the ]Batlhuirt raiway exten sions, contrasted the slow progress of this colony wits Victorii find t]America. The dates of the 2l[urrumrbidgee Autumn Mfeeting hlarse 1scis altered to the 1 7th aisd 18th of April. Tha barque Briton, from Newcastle to Gee!ong, encomutered :a hiurricane isorth of lK.ents Group and shipped a he-tvy sea. The vessel is leaking badly, aint] ila?ciig foutrteel inchies of sser ani lions. Tilhe eAsdiisudri k'ill probably take the Colsen's plice bdi the San Francisco line. Fredrick Licketts has been sentenced to two years fos burglary at Kedlisisin's, ...

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WEDNESDAY, 5TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

EaTIossDAY, jTree AmeI.. The Inouse was engaged during the greeter part of the erening in reciew-ing the action of thee oerermnoent en the lprevioes night in rushing the Loan Bill throeugh Comnsittee by means of the gagging resolution. The debate was initiated by Mhr. Berry npon the sconnd reading ef the Approprlation Bill. As sooen as his obljeet became alpparesnt the most strennous elibrts wp?9 made -by the MIinisterial supporters t?'snfe't te discussion that it wras felt was imminent. In the effort to ancomplish this Mhr. Langtoi qeuite distin duished hiinselif. The member for Gcclong West was raled in order by tine Speaker, acid he proce'cdcd to deliver himself of a very trenchlaiit protest against tle conduct of the Governmient To accomsplish this, however, he wscs obliged te move the adjonmment of theJlocse. Mr. Kcrferdreplied, andsoueght to put a different comelpexion upon matters, aud Sir a timie iis remarks seemed calcnlated to prdoaue a scene. The debate lasted aimiost tle...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, 4TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 April 1876

LUEO1SLATVIE ISIEIBLUT. TIhi.e Coiovrllticl sahosred the extetlt to athichl they cin ise the tihitiary pow er tley hld Iy miieans of the ?Lgagging resolution,:noil tlie aid of a oerr'ile mtj ority. The sccond renaliog of the Loan Bill wats lroposed 1t3l Sir Jatcs M1'Cllhoeh writlhout cinottent, and a very soltort; deate oesaed, as the Oppositioti felt thatito ohject cohld pososily he achieovcd !1y 1)laCing atjy ohsteeole in the wa?y of thle tcasurn e passitig that stage. natty, hoew evler, of their soupporteros exslressedl doulits ts to the cxlmdioney of floatiog aL loen"tt sat c hi jnictore, wlile, wilth scarcely an excetitioal, nll silt spoe esiored to see a ]aihway Coi struiticioi bill 1hrought ii before the iteom of £1,3i0,()00 "tO s patssteh for railway purlioses. In orilci to facilitate niatterso divisioin wet not deilatotlel on tile hsecoill readign, alld is soon is it iats carricd the Co\erenttentie r. psecd thi it the hhill sahoihtl ie risthed at once tlhoughl commiiittce, ...

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