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

A USTLALANMUJTU4ALPROVIDENT .£?A SOCIETY. [Established 1849.] FU)R LiFE1 ASSURANCE ON THE M.UTUAL PRINCIPLE. The O-cbat Mutual Life Office in Australia. The 'tn .it important cotsideration for any one abtu'it to insure his life shoultl be the tatabilitfs of the oflice in which lhe is to invest his sa!itg . The !L?.rd of Trade report on the Life Assurance Companlies' Acdt, 1S70, says : "The 'Pubolic canot e misled if, when seekling an oflice in which to effect an insur ance, tey select one which transacts its busiets ats a small percentage of working cost. :trld does not antt icipate its profits." This oa:ietay does not anticipate its profits, andl is, :-it alwaIys has been, Economically Man'e'i t: Ihence its great success, and its abil oa ., ealesare largoe bonlses. 1; has morte lthan a MILLION AND TdIRE:le- UARTEIRS STERLING, safcly in\ccted in Government and other first-class ecnrities. Tile nlew reguilations grant some very un usual privileges. Polic.:, withlout profits, are issu...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

THE obstructiveness of the Legislative Council presents a great barrier to all progressive legislation; and while the Council retains its present Conservative character, it is useless to expect that it will sanction any measure which will in the remotest degree affect the interests of the propertied classes. At the last general electionthe country was agitated from one end to the other with the question of Constitutional Reform, and it was generally anticipated that the first session of the new Parliament would not have been brought to a ter mination without the passing of a measure which would have proved of some service to the colony, namely, by the alteration which would take place, in consequence of it, in the character and voting powers of the Legislative Council. But, unfortunately, this was a delusive hope. Shortly after the assembling of Parliament, Mr. FEAxcIs brought ins his bill for Constitutional Reform, which was founded on the Norwegian scheme of Government. A great de...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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CRICKET MATCH. CORIO V. CAMPEBDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

CJIG'JiET ALAATCICJ CORIO V. C-AMPEBDOWN. T'llhe GeclongAdvertiser's Calmperdown correspondent gives the following ac count of Saturday's play :-The weather was splendid for thle above maltch which commnenced at 12 (noon) to-day. Tlhornton hiving won the toss from lippon preferred first innings. Before the last wicket fell Camperdown had scored 81, the highest scores were Scott 16, Colburn 14, Thonlton 8 not out; sundries contributing 18. The bowlers were-Thomas, Rippon, and 3'Kinnon, thle latter being the most succesful. Wicket played excellently, .but the outside fielding ground was in different. The Corio was unfortun:ate in seeing its best bat (Thomas) bowled by an undeniable bailer fronm lHenry when hlie had scored 1. Cuthbertson was also clean bowled by Tait when hlie lhad made 5. Rippon played a very careful innings for 9, being in fully an hour. MLack also made 9. Gullan was unfortunately rmun out when well set, and the whole wickets of Corio went down for 50. HI{enry and Ta...

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BORROWING NEWSPAPERS IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

BOIRlOIJYNC N/;ISPAPERS INT INDIA. -0------ lThe lfadrarl T'ies remnarks tlhalt "the iman who ieliiinds a lnespaper gratis to another oman, and lie who receives it, nas aregular pIractice foundedl on priciplcs of economy, imay not le dishonest, lut hie is lhardly to be coiunted a very hligh-principled mall."' The late :sr. Coinion was fonsd of telling a story about a friceil of hIis own who was not very well ot, andt to whoml, out of kindness, he used to send a free eopy of thle Boimbny Gazette. lHaving written one day tan article lie was particularly proud of, aid beinig anxious to bie pattedl oni the iback for it, 1\r. Coniuon asked his fricill, when he miet hinii in the evening, what hle had thouoght of that article in the Ga:ctte " Well, to tell you the truth," said his friend, "'l really haven't seen the paper to-day, for it goes up iud idown Colabal to so manay people thalnt I often hardly get a look at it msyself." "That free pailer," Mr. Conioin usecl to addl, in his most in...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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INFLUX OF CHINAMEN TO NORTHERN GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

IXFL UX , COP OIIINAMEN TO NOAR0I'II'JRN GOLDFIELDS. -4---- A correspondenlt of the Brisbane Courier says :--" Almost simultaneolsly with tile telegraphic news from Townsville of the discovery of another rich gold-field in the Pahnler distriet, the information comes that 419 more Chinese have been landed at Cook town, and that five mnore steamers were to follow. News received just previously stated that no less than 2,000 Clhinese were waiting at Houg Kong for ships to take them to Cooktown for the Palmer gold-fields. Even niow thile Chinese elemenit on tlhese digginigs is in piroportion of five to one European, and it has been roughly estimated that three-fourths of tihe alluvial gold got on the Palmer falls to their share. Iam no alarmist, but no one canu be blind to the fact that the immense inllux of Chinese upon the northern goldfeilds is a very serious matter, and one which may possibly lead to serious complication before many months lhave passed. The Panlmer was discovered, a...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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THE REICE OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

TH1E11 BREIC'E O0 U]' lAGK. With reference to tlhe leice outrage, the most intense exeitment prewsils round the comntry side about Burrmnbeet. Passing through the locality on Tuesday, we found the horrid deed the theme of discussion at hotels and farm houses. Mrs. Reicee's condli tion up to Wednesday morning was a most pitiable one. She was described to us by one of her friends as beitng literally blacsk and bloe all over, the flesh having bees torn from portion of her body. From what we have been able to gather respecting the afflir it seems that the fiend wrho is now flying from the halter, was inot known about Burrumbeet, he havinig been pilcked illp as tramping farm hands are oftes dulring harvest season, but a mate of hIis, who was with himi jusit before the outrage toolk place, is said to bear a very iad character in the neighlbourhood. This mans has stated that when work was kniocked off on the evening of the outrage, the " wanted" mant pointed to sa woman wsho was walking so...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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AGRICULTRAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

A.G'RICUL/T.1.L NOTEB, as siniettus to tarmisssg ssIeratioiis, sitent siwini, eiesei:slly us the scsi arena, is lies ii ibriskly iproeeled wnith, while 5adv'ntagi e is bIeisy taken gi onrally to push forwarsud the tilllage for ots, lbarley and root crops. lthe weantlher coushl inot Ie imrae favolrable ftori snswiusg down grasses, als this work should bes put iin hand tln'W with all expedition. Tihere is a sensible improsveenest to bie olserved ini the system of fnaringi being ipursued in many of the sli districts. More attention is Iseing paid to cle:raing and Imnuring the soil, and there is an increasing tesldeny in tlhe direction of treaiting the land so as to obtain hlarge returns fromn small areas, rathler thani small yiehlds fromn an extensive surface. The factat that farming proper cossists in.a due combinali tios of stock raising ailosg with tillage, is also nowr becoming miore genserally l Iown. hlhe ippsladl hop crop is begis ningi to comeII in, andi is of bhtra good qualit...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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AN HOUR WITH THE SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

AN 10(1?, WITIH TI'HE SPIRITS. Having heard a great ldeal said about Mrs. P., the spiritual imedium of Castlemaine, I joinedl with a few others in an invitation to her and her husband to be present at a seance with the imenber ancd frienads of the Sandhurst Elcergetic Circle. The i?? tation was aecepted for Tuesday evening, the 4th inst., in the usual place of meeting of that now well known circle. There were present, as tile clack struck seven, eleven members, MIr, and Mlrs. P., and nine other visitors, mnaking in all twenty-two ladies and gentlemen. Although there was a dorwnpour of raint at the hour of meeting, yet every one was present to the minute, showing that it musat be no ordinary mattsr which couht bring so many phrsons from their hlomes on such a right. I wasintroduceedto Mr. and MIrs. P. by the Chairmanu, who seemed in hIis element, and I found them Iboth very nice, agrneeable people. ?lr. P. holds a very respectable position in the Gene ral Post-ofice, and Mrs. P. is a...

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THE STEVENSON IMBROGLIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

T1IE STEVEASON IMBROGLIO. Saturday's Argus contains the fol lowing :-"The application for the mandamus to compel the Postmaster General to deliver up the letters de tained from 1Messrs. Stevenson and Sons was made to the Chief Justice on Thursday.. The grounds on which the mandamun s was asked were tlhat there was :n obligation on the part of the IPostmaster-General to deliver the let ters; that the Post-oflice Stnatute only authorised him to detain letters posted in Victoria, and not thoso received from abroad; that it was only letters so posted iin Victoria thalt could be opened by the post-office authorities; that if the ac:t applied to foreignl letters it m?ost be those which contained en closures in fraud or violation of tlhe Post-offiice or' Customs ACts; thalt a letter itself was not l friiud, but that the ' oiclosme . referred to, meant ·L": )i".?:·,'::'l '"?.-' 1 ;:" · .. .... "'.):"' "."V~.;: . ". ?, .'I::: · '; , ~ ~· . !: ?, must be opened immediately on their receipt at...

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KENSINGTON PARK RACES. SECOND DAY—MONDAY, APRIL 17. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

KENSI" VGTO N PARlK PAC C'RS. ISECOSD DAY--IONDAY, APRIL 17. (.US'IIALIAN ASSOCI'EL) PIRESS TIILEIRAMlS.) EILBOULINE, April 17. The above races took place to-day, anld were largel:y attended. The wea ther was fine, andll the racing very good. Following are the results of the racing : i-[.xnclDi ILURDLE RACE, of 50 SOVS. One mile and three-quarters. .The Deer ... ... 1 Alice .Hlawthorne ... 2 Athol ... ... 3 MLAIDEN PLATE, of 50 SOVS. One Mile. Deaconl ... ... 1 SiLus.n RACE, of 25 sovs. One MIile. Little King ... ... 1 STEEPLIECHASE, of 50 sovs. Ti\o miles and a hi:llf. Athlone ... ... 1 Firetail .... ... 2 EASTER HANDICAP', of 50 sovs. One mile and a quiarter. Reformation .... ... 1 Nemesis ... ... 2

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

A.\DVERTI.E.11ENT.] T HE NA'IO)?iAL IEFORM LEAGUE OF VICTI'OIIIA. MANIFESTO. It is a fitd',tnatal principle ,f the E]gigli , (tis- ititli shitt ilr-essa ation shoul gt wtiti ltex:atill,. It is sit ill alien.'le tight ot a frae tioe lu that Ihcy shtelld Inalke tltir sin Ilas. lThe peslt e of thlis c(antry live entder a constitultion which, while leaini.i, thenl eomtairatlively free to elect their .tn reple e":atitlives prac tically deprives their represetntati'es Iof all legislitive ower. ''lie legislaitive Aser.ltly, \vhice. is rcletd Ie y thile wliile pIcultle, is coltanllrlv ,strncteld hy the Legisltive CEsncili. \iuchi rereCsenlts only a piortion of thle estnnisisnity, thit lairtlioiI leing the lrumprtied eilsies. Lcgir.lsiti'e action ol tile pailt fl thle pcople lhas. there lrte. heIcconle ia inllity, andi self-goverll Illc~t a shillII. InII every civihzedi conl:try in the wortlt a lInti tax is ence if' the cuiel souirces of revenue ior thd State 1iin al esItrty like this, lwher...

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

NOTES AND EVENTS. On Saturday afternoon last a meeting of the Stewards of the Colac Race Club was helcd, to decide the adjourned protest on tered by Mr. F. Archer against Mr. . J. Herrick being awarded the stakes for the District Race, in which hishorse Vanish came in first, on the ground that the animal had run previously under the euphonious cogno men of Rathead. The only Stewards present were Messrs. Wray and Neylon. MIr. E. J. Burgess, who acted as judge at the late races, anid Mr. H. M. Iicarn, Secretary of the Club, wore also present. Mr. Archer stated that Mr. HI. Gallagher informed him that Vanish had rnn at Newsetead under the niame of Rathcad, and that other personus whomhecould notproduce had seen the horse run under the same name. He also stated that Mr. Herrick had sent a man to himn offering him (Archer) £10 to "square" the matter. This was the substance of Mr. Archer's case. Mr. Herrick totally denied the allegation respecting tile sending of a man to dIr. Archer, off...

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COLAC COUNTRY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 17TH MAY. SPECIAL SUMMONSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

COLAC COUNTY COUIRT WEDNESDAY, 17Tss MABY. SPECIAL SUMMIONSES. LasRt day for issuing ... April 22nd. Last day for serving ... April 25th. ORDINARY SUMMONSEs. Last day for issuing ... April 2Sth. Last day for serving ... May lst. Last day for filing summonscs, May Gth; last day for paying money into Court, May 10th

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

COBB ANDI CO'S LOYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. DAY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND iCOLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m. plassing through Colae at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6i p.m. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT 1MAIL. GEELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at .50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. jWith Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAPBAMUT, PENS HURST, AND cAlMILTON, THENCE 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 4a.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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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

COMMERCIAL. OITLBJOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. i'he li ,. reports:--As might have been 'H'cipi~.tedi on the eve of the hIlolidays, there w.e fe:w attempts ;:i t ctivity in business to iv. llreadstuoll are well maintinced, the , .H i .a:dlies of lwheat resulting in the realisa oilf pirices showing a slight advance. A :::,l ,f 1i000 hags \Vesterlrn wheat wans ch,.,,l flr It s ;'7., alnd another lot of 200 :. - ;;· is Gd. Northern was dealt in at 5s' ci. At auoetiol, 421 hbags Nortlern blruht 5s 'ccd, a small lot os 9, and western I., i lcour·s selling at £12 2s i6d to .El2 5s, : i:ng)..x to brandl. In feeding corn, oats :ire icircr. Ao few hundllred bage were i c:· i oflf pullicly at 3s 21 to 3s 3d. Maizo at iitiiii realised 4s 6.?d. PRUDUCE MARKETS. The following were the prices of produce at the undermentlioned markets at the latest dates: Whet. Oglish Ots. Flour. Iot toes. lay. cr Pushel. Per Bushlel. Perushel. Per Tee P 'e Per Tee. ielo ...r ne....... ' to . to ' 0 t .9 , tol' ' Illarl' ...

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A.J.C. RACES. FIRST DAY—MONDAY, APRIL 17. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

(.\aIt:A. IiAi~N ,i.hiii' ilni'l les.' ella TI'?,EAMsi. Syixi:v. April 17. The Autumn Meeting of the Austra lhmn .l?,<ky ht.hh took tplace il, .R:nuld wlick tio-day. IThe weatler Iwas lice and the atieniance large. The (lover nlo-. Sih I hliicules Iolhinson, waiis I'e senit. ''The ifollowaing lre (ihe rtsults of' Ill'lHl l I Ii:i.:, :a hlit dlic:ip siweepstakes of 10 sos. eachi, with 100 sovs.-adled A\boutl tl\\o lmiles :nd atl hallf. IUa'er the1 . Irin ... ... : Pi' ... ... 3j Six horses stltted. (ailebr (llc)y \von bl. four lhgthIs. .It'$1.1AN 1 i TlAKEs. a sweepstakes of 10 so s. each withl 100 sio\s. :dled. ()lie Ili iltld t half. Kingsliorough. ... ... 1 Solitheln C?rioss ... helbu'ne ... ... 3 Iiingsborougilh won easily byI tawo lengths. lalpid Bay wass the only therl siarlter. ihut, lie slipped t:dtl tlhrew his riler. Timeii. 2 min. 15 sees. !OII ·.irilat: ST.\ItE-S ti sweepstakes of 20) sovs. each. For two-rear ohls colts. 8st. 101b; lillies, 8st. Slb. Five fu'l.,...

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ENGLISH LITERARY LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

]ENGLS'HII LITIERARY LADIES. -4--- hrs. Henry Wood, the popular and prolific novelist, who is perlhapls hobest known by the story and play of "East Lynne," was born in 1820, and bore in hlier maiden days tile name of Ellen Price. I-er father was a leading manufacturer in Worcester, and her ihusband is connected with the shipping, tradel. :it is saidthat she has educated hlier tinily by her labors with the pen, uiss Braddlon, one of the most sensa tional as well as successful writers of fiction, is the wife of MIr. Maxwell, the puiblisher, of Shoe Lane, and lives near tlsackheath, on the Thames. Gossip, whose words are to be taken with great caution, says that at one time Miss Braddon's imaginoation became do mented through excessive action, and that she had to endure enforced retire ment for a term of two years. The lady who wears tlhe nos de plsume of "l'olm Lee" lives in Devonshire, but annuailly spends a portion of her time on the Continent. When past the period of her youth, "Ho...

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PROSPECTING IN THE OTWAY FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

1'1'OS1EUTI , ( IN T11E OTiIA " I'S7'. I,' !!I:S T. 'l'he following remarkt ae thtken frolt a report received on I he 1t h inst., fn,'nished by M1r. Waruden P'anton, re-! I:ti\e to Ithe 'ogre'ss of th IlospOlect ifg pairty i the ':t;p Otay Fo'res,:- La:st week 1 received the ih.St progress re pLrt front the foreman. lie had seirched i a lint ,ahout tlhree miles north of the (Clli lraund River, ani d had opened up a track to the .\Ilunt Salahlne track to enable the BIir 't'regurral polico to keep uip eo unllllulclatiunl withi the p:urty. lle htd examuinedl the posi tion of anu extensive led of limestone onii the I'orcupini e (Ireek. This limiestonei contaillns pacteus, : ul a tppea,'s to e similar to the hed itn the cliff at Aireyrs Inlet. Whenll in this locality onl the 21st, t had an oppor tnity of examining the basalt frmi near to this limie deplosit. aond I have no lolllit it is :i outcrop f ohller basal lt. It ,et remnains to be seen if this liimestonle can be utilised by the Co...

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

HoLow.AY's PILLs.--Suddle chanscs frequent fogs, and pesrvadilg dampness sorely impede the vital functions and conduce to ill-health. The remedy for such disorders lies in some purifyieg medlicine, like these Pills, whichl is eolipetent to grapple success fully with the miselsief at its source, and stamp it out without fretting the nerves or weankening tihe system. HIlolloway's Pills ex tract fromi the hlooed all noxious matter, re .gulate the action of every disordered organ,, stimulate the liver anld kildneys, ndl relax the bowels. In csuri'g chest complhints, these Pills aere remarkally effective, espleci ally, when aided by a free local aplsication of the Oisntmenst. This doublse treatsment will ensure a certain, ste:ady, and beneficent progress, and sound health will soon be re estiablished. SATURDAY, 22ND APRIL. J CONNOR wrill hold a sale of CATTLE 9 . and IIOIRSES sit hIis Yards on the above day, at 2 o'clock. Particulars in next issue of this paper. ONDIT. THURSDAY, 20rt APR...

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THE ENCROACHMENT OF THE LARGE ESTATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 18 April 1876

T'i[E ]JXCGIOACtIJflJEN7' 01, THf, LA RCGE E]S';TAl S: -------+--- IThe last paper of thie above subject dealt with tlhe county of IHamlpden, wlich, it was lshown, crmprised an area of abolut forty miles square, or upwards of a million of acres, situated in tire centre of the five mil lions of rich land lyinug between ceelog andl Portland Bay, known as tie \\Western dis trict. It was further shown that out of this area S(S,000 acres has been securcelldbv alhout forty holders, in pIroperties of iromrr 5000 to, 7r,000 acres eachl. 'The quar:lity of thIe soil and tile regularity of tile climate was arllludedl to as being simply unsurprassable for agricul tural plrploses, in proof of whie it was stated that near the west bIoundary of tihe county, on eMr. Niel Black's run, the hIolder of sixty acres was recently offered for it and refused £35 per acre, andr tlhat marny 10,000 to 3:0,000 acre blocks would realise £15 per acre if put into thie marrket to-Irorrow. It was remrrked in our pre...

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