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S[?]CKING DEATH BY BURNING [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

sCplN p 414TH 1 ByBJURN1INo Jr 'andler, district coroner, held an uet at the Crown Hotel, Yarra e, on Tue?dav, -on the. body of the mnanFanny Irvine, who was burned death in the fire of Sunday morning st. Slsames Morton, legally qualified nedical practitioner, deposed 'hat he had made a post-mortem examination of the remains of a -woman. The body and hted were partly consumed;' and inrecognisable.,. The lower extremnties were missing.'with the excepiion of the left thigh-bone" whichl"as in pare aovered - by calcined, flesh." Only a _portion of the abdomen or' abdominal: inusqles were'ieft:; here was a lace rated hole in' the chest wall; on thel'elft side. "as though some heavy, bhodyj h'ad' rallen And.pruebed .it in,ý The :rigfit ai m" and portion of" the left were also. missing. No.lesh: whatever, remained on the face, the skull heing falso barn and charred. The internaloreainwere also.destroyed by the aption of th· fire, the heart being doy:' and withered Ther- did not appeatr to ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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POLITENESS TO SERVANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

PUOLITN1E.Y ''O"SiELVAlTS.. Is thfi-r not or it. lest ona-lt ther' lin t ii e coe i tl :ijluelte hir the kdchen is wrll noii. lt e parlor'; foiw eo?niutict towards inferlor-- as well as qanls ? We mike ,ur Filea ftr .-lile. i.'-s in the ktehcien on i:e fllowinr grouands :-T. No" laIy can fliord, lor ti.r owri sake, to b'e tl-rwi-a tiihn ,-ntrl', rl)(ughlltful. ia d ceur.tcous in the niutmicni-tration of houiiehuhlcll riiui'ter ., II tll r,,erve-s her b,--lt ii inHrl s t'?r thle parlur, whre so sarlo l a Iportiiii ol tihe nvc-rage : meriCan"nliuseke.p'Pr's time i:; s)pent, it is likiely tlim tlhy will n')t be n< ill put on. Thie haiituil de-: poa tment e l-inves mIlrkns upon the coun tenance and tlie manner whici> no soud deni ellort can produlce. Anl-nt housee keepitg r'tre -r re nrl lbest so many in expected occuelr eres, not ulwaVy iXgr'-.' icble, tlhit nothing but n babit of self control andi serenity can tide us oaer them crecdhtabtly. According" to John Newton, it...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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THE LATE RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

;IN QUUk'LA~ Ph-' a3r.ilrnn Courdisr g)Ye Sthe-Vol, 10WJZ4. pr; Ottcu tirt Iotle'kJiVii'Yv: hel. rent w.hich occnrlrrd -hit ; I'in ihqnlihilb Q uet sieintid, on the i"-- hL of he "5 Lihiflet hIS (Icup~r H~i:ci · hejiq~retI caf' couicetofle, occuijul" \ Uh;hhhhy' een WlIct, rQ neen Streets,`j ' Khors ibourue 4' " '- ' n, and. Lecoi ative;Painterj [arketrSgiia ri: par ·Cerfh witlIanq'ciie .°i : .i'i nld hail as ra.'in"'-i;nd such .vils its ar-ntfirh ihatihiavy' ftresat trhes in it- tr ek wer," upltodililarid i. strikinh the. Iln1n it lieriilly 'lifted he cirr!:lges b. ldji ott tile line. Foriunatelv. t ilthisi spot the tracl.k was le'vel. i'ld tile gust assailed the train 'a tow ministes latier the ca-riages would haveo been traversini an .emblankment ahout 13 fret, high, brokrn in on.e place by a culvert, andi the whole; train mat in Ivitably have beon: precipiiatid: to the. 'bot-om, in whiirhs'Cse tihre. is no doubt many i"f the piaKse~gers would have lost their lives: As it was mat...

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DETERMINED SUICIDE NEAR INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

DETERMINFi)i SUI TIDRE NEAR INGLEWOOD. .... .A most felalk(inie and determineil ,icwide took'plnae on aiurdauridornin sit I'lope.Greek, abnit Ten tiles noirtu t Ingl:wood; The inameiie' of':i e. -eased i John Formune, a "single man; ixty yers of age, and Jivin'g-at Hare Creek, on a farm oa' :;ve'tyi~three acies, owned by. him. 'lie bad Ihen drinking heavily Jort the lastfeortriight at ~lrs Pi.wersi's,.Old01-Inglewood -On: S3iturday nmorning "a Mr' Rbberta .as ookipg for one:bt1 bis cows, and asaw .a m.an, as he thougilit,.lying aslecp.. He i'oute't oat to the man; and asked :him what he was doing.there. :To; listhe ian, ,who Mr HRoberts now :found *to1 h Fortune, replied that he .was a?d: lyin ibwn.. Robei.ts. then nopded n sm e blood :oni tle :rbund:, noi d 'l.asked whia .was tiee. nidaeiing -of-'it I.:' Th.ibis FQr tune replied, "'.OhIlimy ?"dls13ate: h iee' bleedig,' buit- Robits aihinking the'r Was too maclhbloboi fIr niimera ble 'di c jf tlie i oue .w<ent *:cloai'i; ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

Tl Oý. SI. L L U1is E ' Those Commodious premises situated in Mnrray Street, Colas, known as'the late Obser',er: office, containing, shop with fixtures, 7 rooms, aind large office at the` rear, and other out-buildings. Apply to the owner on the premises. T. HASLA.M.. V7 (OR SALE.-At Messrs HIancocks' -'- paddock, Pirron Yalloak, FIRE WOOD, cut and split into four feet lengths at 's 6d per ton measuremont,I 6: lestlengths at 2s ditto ;Ligitwood, Wattle and Gum. . GO VERNMENTADVER?TISEMENT. . DDITION L.CASES to be hear Ib Lo,?arl Land Board to it at Col: ,I ?WEDNESDAY. Ile 10TH DAY r EfRtIAHI, 1875, at 10.80 a.m. (Cise,s under 47rh se ion. Eiliuinvt--J ? Dear. a. -, -Jru e. D , ,a. -Thb? a, year, 8a. Murrrocn- Henr ewing epplicesr, sale by auction aIlo ea? r 57, 58, . and. part 50, about 8 a. Cnouare-Ap scati s which we heard at the "o al Lau BHsard held i Cola, on October 7th, 874, for t lind foreited by Johb rraey, allk 27A, Cundare, will be itconaideredl this board. P. J. BERRY CLI...

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A DENIAL. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

A DENI? LL. (?o the Editor of the FTerald.) Sxr,--A Mlr Reed, the hrick.,nker, per sistr in hla*ning me for writinr s letter to the ITERiLD, signed " Mentor." I herehv puhl;ly deny it. I know nothing what ever shout it. Ynturs. &c.. J.\'ITFs sl'EELE.

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

Jt, Pirre OtL oW.a'8 PL 9acv) O'CI'tmiXNT: - It, an' 21 table aEcts.-aIntenae heat augmenta the an".yancca of chin diseases .and, encourage the development of febl douisorders; whlere foie they should, as. they :may, be removed by ein 00 detergent and purifying prepa-a " tiono. In atomach cotpsaint3, liver a1±ectione, Spains and apas mas of- the bowel; Haolloway L o·ngnout dcellrubbiiet o 'ei tii fected part mnezi. at1y gives the greatest case, preveuts ~-;·. *r,~pn; ·-i checks tneat ho: Tient.chlera The ,ieo :llfnia these -ala ^'`- own COMPAbNIES. '* N \'U t'Al. I'I1: ýFR U'I U AL LIFE AStU!-AN(' . cr The NEW liYI;-L \Su.B,; 1:0 ' LA Tit IN Shav' i c.ncI-lled ,i:mny J.E ' iable collIiltios of forfelture, ,and grt:r ut.utn.l prii'es, ` iz..-Lee I-' l' O)UT I:X'FrlT UIA cl GE to travel :t ' over the world ; to reside in any purt t' the world distant wore hthan 25 degrer-. from the Equator.' andl to reside in ntvt fart of the .wilrld if certair conditiont ive been fulfilhd. ' I'OLICIc...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

)IELBOURNLE LIVE STOCK MAltKET. - - Febr"a" 3Y . MoEssS RIeAiRnn Greso, aND Co. report : Fat Cattle.--!300 head entered for the week's supply, about' 900 being sold ,to-day, and notwithstanding ithe unusually sultry weather,: cattle sold :well, especially good trade sorts, which;iKerrvery Thero greater portion" of the Northern lots, ow ooming, forward, although eloert=jouricyod ones looked bad, and we fear we cdani~ ex peact much more good beef from that quarter this semon. We sold-30 cows and'bullooka for Messrs E. Crooke, Holey Plains, making £7 13s 6d and £10 10?I, respectively; also a mall draft fer"Mir Win. Newcomes, Mar riang, at-£10 1N. &. Fat-Calves.-Only a moderate supply yarded;? bt'all cla ses ex perieed a dull sale, the demand being very slack. We sold~-15 for Mr .W. Newcomen, from 30s to 47s dl each. Fat Sheep.-30,200 yarded, the majority being of -a middling dloscrptiox with (as usuanl of late) very few of prnme quality amongst them. Sales throughout ruled exce...

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BRICK KILN. (To Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

- .?K . .KILN. ,:,. - S(7T'Editor 9 tthe Ileitld) Sis,- letter 'respecting the bric. ki!n 'ein have grievously, dintturb*e tle iiltnotoh Mr ieed nlt the Ship Inpectlonjauiniis Nol'lte laucher. I ai lleaeid ur that Mr Reed has rhitted pil plice;operntious for burning. thi iiricks, nipe thabit iFe i ipikiite a I s?onldrry to thi>w col)4~ v er ,o any ulinii'orlt'sv~oa'tryilWgto' honest lIu . Ht. D met to tli that c'lish-iiT?dlinti>ehn' self to fi The matter was sot 'in cutll?y setlrith Dr Rae" when myl ,tt sss sentihe HERALD for publicaioB 1 urnw albis oin the'.vry heat authlrit -id iheb tral i0oardi bo Health it I all irolbaty show the .public s whhethert, matter-was so.settleS imuch font.' I do not wish to saa hing 'fuFr inreply to Mr: fRe or I did I.c' answer. hj niore ftoe conmpletelhd in a manner e wld relish. . As fo enjmin Noble -ser, hi is a veryljrthy.mn in.his way d n 'Iad at extninatinog the:. acetue cari ducus, h~b bahis' discovered'u ;iare'l nest" thiia; .I must disc...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

S- Impounded at iptorn by C. Smith . for A. ~ .-F~~ , Esq.--Bay medium --r?'ht mare, hollow back;:. narrow stripe and suipi little white? on fore feit locks, lind legs white R-near shoulder. If not claimedmand expenses paid to-be sold on. 24th-Febriary, 1875; John Daly, poundkeeper.' 'Impouided at South Bar ion, by homas "arshall, her. smim.--Grc ear" ,re, .Lff aulder; Y off.ruimp.i .I ar, " c iiuitfl A espen's pali, to.-1e the 2d Fthbunit, 1875 Jumet iun.ik& per.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

A QUESTION has lately been agitated by the metropolitan press, which is worthy of the serious 'consideration of our legielatere, and that is the reform of the present tyrannical Masters' and Servants' Act, a piece..of law-making which is a disgrace to the colony, and it should be expunged from the Victuo: rian Statute Book. An instance of its gross.unfairness occared recently in the case of .some Castlemaine t;eauers. These men were brought up se a Policq Court eharged with having eommittedc a breach of contract, and they were int consequence committed to gaol, and there adel to associate; with criminals of all descriptions. This was anything but British fair play, especially when it is taken into consideration that the only remedy against the master who, may commit a breach of contract of similar kind is by means of a civil action. The natural "result fellowes: that the men were made mat lyre of, and on. their re lease from prison weire cheered to the echo. Thus no real good was do...

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GEELONG ANNUAL RACES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

GEELONG ANNU;L RACES. 'THU'R.DAY, FI:BRUARY 4." iThe aiove racrs w-r,, vtry argely atten.id, and the racing wa- first ilal. We give the pIlriculajr=' is fallowH : Trilt MAIDEN PLATE, Of 60 svs., ,,n, a i adatli'ai hailf. J. C:olhlill 's L.i tt o' Day " ., I J. lsathe's D;s 'retion .. 2 J. Ar'hur' Spark l I Partisae, a r: fit. aod I eria also ,tartr d. Won in fine ity?'e by li'iht i' Day. Timle, 2m n 5asec. THE HANDICAP InURDLE RACE. Of 75 svs., with a swiveipstakes of 6 sovs. each added. Three miles.. J. Brown's Robin ... 1 W. Mason's Native ... 2 E. Jetlde's Welshman " ... 8 • Dunmore, Fternaughat; and Otnell+ also started. Won easily by Robin. Time, 7min. 38sec. THE OEELONO GO;:D CUP; A handicap sweepstakes 'of 10 sovs :each, with 250 sovs. and a gold cup valued at 100 auineas,' added. S cond horse to receive 20 sovs. out of the sta:kes.? Two miles. J. Tuit's b a Melbuiurne, 8 yrs, 78t t A. Chirnside's b g Haric6t, 4'yrs, 7st l01b (S. Davies) .. J. Taite b h M'Callum Mobu, 5 yis, ...

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DREADFUL MINING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

DREADtFUL MIl iN.zG ACCIDENT. A:.. atPFUL accident occurred on F ilia' morning,' by which two miners lu-st .their -lives in an awfully suddrn manner, at the claim of the Pomponi .Cinu.ipamxyr parowhawk, nesr L-on .Gly. rThe partiruiars jof tfh accident are as ifollow i--?ir min.,rs, nam Jalite , William, and Tlomas Cox, :,n Jaaima Dobson, haid taeoe' the Pmu. ''nit' mine on tribute. They were a down the mine at work abot te.. o'clock yesterdiay morining- 701t. bello. thebsurlace, in a urive-going ubhno .50.; north 'from . the b EBmire Cuoinu i 's boundary adljoiniig. The ground they ea"'aE!a working in was of suchhia naiurs operatious in. it eat t 5or-.- .nner. The Kround is what mindris 1,alI S" treacherous." being of a loose,·otten nature,-and liable to tall in unless h?.pt "back. It apoears. that the drive was not well propped, and it may:be safely assum'ed that had it been so, the acci dent, with its terrible result, would never have occurred. Whllsy the men wrer workinge aslip ...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

y 8 AND EVENTS. f reasons against the forfeiture amr?don erickstetr certainly display r .nterprios than most of those in other setrict. They went in a special coach to orr?g?rra on aiturday last, and will arrive in Colac by special coach to.morrow morn. ing. Play will commence al 12 o'clock noon. The Sons of Tenmperance announce that they will hold a meeting at.the Oddfellowa' Hall on Saturday eeng.. next, the 6th brought forward. The Ondit folks are determined not to be behindhandin the matter of telegraphic com. munication. A meeting is advertiL to be held at the Temperance Hall, Ondit,' of the Farmers' and Tradesmen's Association to consider the matter -of railway deviation t Boachier's Hill, and also for the purpose of takingitps to have a. railwray, station at osdit. Wall done, Ondit. We beg to call attention to the Polwarth sad South Grenville Agricultuiral Society's adjormed aninual meeting, which i adver tised totakepl eatiKinarie'a Victoria Hotel en Monday arteisnoon next a...

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GARIBALDI PAYS FOR HIS SON'S LOVE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

i;T,.IBLDI - PAY.. Fr)!{ j8' N'S LOV" .31?. .. La iesr wortdl..... r ecr. nr ch hin a.. aoun '. iEn'gliset girl, wh, i- prC;lt ,i ils .attrschmeot, and'l the cri?l p'ipa hiyinu, refi;ed his consent he cut the Gordin knot by running awys with hier. Ie is very unfortuna'^ that Garibaldi's sons, like so many yolng ltalians, were bro.ught up to no businesi or profos-ion. tiecciotti could not live in London ar tarry on his courtship without mon'v, and. httavirg none, he drew uipon his t;ither, ho could nbt Imeet th hilt: without a Bre:t sacrifice. Accordingly. he d.cideI to sell the beautiful voiht, presenterd to him, some years nuo. by. the Duke of Sutherland. The yacht was sent to Genoa, bi;t the friend who coucluded the bargainand received the price of the yacht some sixteer. thousand dol lars, decamped, "money and all, for Columbia's haplry shores. The bills meanwhile be'amue due, and Garibaldi wits obliged'to borrow the money of the Bank of Napl's, mortgaging his house -and farni~ a...

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TALK ABOUT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

TALKT AIOU T('UWNJ Tne talk is,.and lisa been.for several days, fish and the Colac Lake. Adam. is to the fore again, and with him is associated the irrepressible John Chapman. I suppose that the Committee considered that. the best way to accomplish the acclimatisation of the fish was to place them in eb?rge of two thoroughly acclimatised Colac men. However, it will be very handy, to run dowuito the Lake, and haul up half-b-dozen large perch for breakfast of a morning. I fancy I seeit Adam, my friend, your sanguine temperament will be your downfall yet. - SThe talk is that horses are horses now-a days; and that atpopor Strieklnd's sae the other day the prices brought by the brewery horse was a caption. A friend of minb re mnrked that he had a good mind, to "try a swindle," so that he might realise on his horse. Not abad idea.: I hear that our old friend John N. Clarke entered into the "hily bonds" a few days Bsince. Strange to say, ,the wedding canke for the happy occasion was made` ...

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GEELONG WOOL MARKET. February 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

r E ;G ONECW YOOL MARKET. Fe ". . bar S* MESSRS GEOROG SY~ NOT A'D Co. report : The quantity of wool .old during the month has, as a matter of' course, decreased, as compared with .theo'provioun-month, and it is svident that the season has all but clbedd. Sales haba -been' very. satisfactory; aid ".the Bame prices as were reported-in' December - may agai~qbe.quoted.. iAs wo reported last month, thore Ihave been various lots siub mitted somaewhatc defective in classing and akiring ; and we'would again remind some of our conseieuonta, our efforts being directed to their best interests, thtit 'care and atten tion to these'features in their clips would be to them of beneficial effect. . During the sea son sales in .tfie colony have greatly exceeded those of the previons year, and doubtless American biyers.assisted greatly in the in crease of the quantity sold. The direct and * speedy communication we now have with all 1 ard America, hAive tended:to enhance the imr.o-tance: of-.Vicrorisa...

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COMMERCIAL. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

- CO-?MMERCIAL. BALLA WOL??AHL4LE PRODUCE -IMARKET, : February 4. Messrs Everingham, Greenreld & Co. report :--The market has been more buoyant during the last. few.days, and prices for all kinds of grain. ire "advacing. We have quitted a large..parcel of Northern wheat at .5s, and negutiatiosl are pending" for a large parcel frobin.the: same quarter, which will moot likely close to-davy Flour, in conse. qunceo of .thoe rise in wheat, is fully 10s per ton bettr' " Oats haveo been paringly sent foricard. Oih these an advance of three~ pelce has beodn get during the last day or two. Malting barley. commands attention. \o have an order.opon fora large quantity of this grain at ory full quotations. Caps barley too is rising in value. Peas are ftadily sold at .is 7dand nupwards.- --Potatos remaii unc.ianicd. MIanger hay in demand at-full rates .Chaff hay and straw have been fully asupplied, quotations remain no changed. We quote ?-Wheat, 4s doi to ia ; four, £ll 10 upwards;oats, ...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

'.- GEs ELONA LIVE. STOCK MAlRKET. S.February ,.. gKar. Mas 3 iStHis, VisE, &Co. repelz :- For 1 Fat Cattle.-~Supplj up.to. the average, con. premises L. isting almtiotientircy of cows frdnm nferior .'iron Yal.'to geodquality, nothingreallyprime. T:.i

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 February 1875

BALLARAT jAK' - STOCK.. MAAKT. February 3.. yI MEsos ' AFiexi. a'o Gxisoo report :--Fat' Cattle.-404 yarded, including. several farmers'. lota of -inferior qitlity; There was a good attendainct of the trade, but very' few country buyers were present. All good I pens aold. well,- but niedium and inferior Sere neglected. Prices for prime, cattle S. re equal to-last rates; but several pens S . of inferir were tund out unsold. . Aver J ' ages:-Messrs .C. Cand-A. Finlay's 88bni. locks, £9 14s4d; Mr S. Wilson'sa63~do,£9 10s 2d; IMfr /.: Shaw's 59 liullocks,'£8 1la , 3d, 7 cows £7 10s; Mr D. 9McNicol'u 19 I( *; bullock"-£8 Is 6d, 19 cows £6 13s 6d. We sold--88 bullocks, 'for Messrs C. and Al ?--, | i Finlay at from £12 2a 6d to £7; 72 hea, for Mr Thomas Shaw, at from £ll to-t6/ 05 S ' or bullocks, and from £7 15a to £7 ?a 6d S ior cows; 10 head for: M McKerin, at from £6 to £5; also,'on'the osation l0b head for the Hon. John Cimming, .Gntuk, :at £10. TFat" Calves.-60 yarded-- rather a. , a...

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