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THE NEW DISEASE IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

TiLE N1'EWP DISE1,S'IE ITL SIHIEEP. The following report has been made to the Chief Secretary by the Chief Inspector of Scab : Melbourne, Gth June, 1876. The honor able the Chief Secretary.-Sir,--I have the honor to report finally on what has been termed the "new disease." Since consolting Mr. Graham Mitchell, V.S., on the subject of the outbreak, and forwarding to him for examination a sheep suffering from the disease, concerning which, as you are already aware, he has failed to furnish his report, I have the honor to state that some livers from sheep affected with that disease have been sent to l)r. Youl for examination ; that all the inspectors of sheep have been directed to report on the subject; that most. of their reports have come to hIan ; and that meetings of the several boards of advice throughout the colony have been called, so that no available means of obtain lug information might be neglected. As the result of the inquiries made, it appears from SIr. Inspector Kerr's r...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] THE FEESH. (TO MISTER EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

CORRESIPONDENCE.D [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.-EuITrro.] THE FEESH. (TO MISTER EDITOR" OF TIHE HERALD.) Hech Sir f--Waae's me, sair's my head and sair's my heart. WVha wud hae thocht it ? Tae see the guidman lecvin the kirk an a' and gangin after the feesh on the Sabbath. More by token, he tiuk twa heethlen Gentiles, aulder an waur than himsel, an no belongin to the unco guid like himsel. Hech Sir . this is no fccshin for men on the Sabbathlwich is weel doin, but oily feeshin for fcesh with is far waur. A bricht an shinin licht himsel lie shud na hae led the twa bairns into mecs checf an sic like. Nae douit he will slither it up wie lmoie a sleekit wurd, and maik rang richt, but its no rielit for a' that, and I would hae him giv tlhocht, wie sic waurks, whaur lie is ganugn, or I imuckle fear the nichit will coni for him when na man can waurk. I wid na her any haverin wie hint but as a fiien, though I sh...

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ATTEMPTED PARRICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

ATTEMJP1TE'D ]'AJRIlCIDE, ----o9-- At the City Police-court on Saturday (says the Herald), a lad of about nineteen years of age name James 'Ferguson, was charged with stabbing his father with a shoe maker's trimnlming knife in the upper part of the right side of the abdomen. Tile at resting constaole applied for a remand till Friday next, as the wounded sman, who, after re ceiving the injuries, was conveyed to the hospital, though much easier on Saturday morning, was still too weak to be removed. The prisoner, who appeared to be perfectly unmoved, was remanded for a week, and aitas removed from court. The would-be parricide is by no means a desperate lookingt boy. In stature heois about 5 feet 7 inches, of a stout build. His complexion is ruddyt . The fea tures are regular, but there is a look of strong .dctermihiation about the closely-set lips which betoken self-will and fixedness of purpose rather than a revengful dispositiont The wicked act was occasioned by an. alter cation bet...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

AGR ICULT URAL NOTES. The rains are now frequent and abundant, and those crops which were put in early and dry are coming on most satisfactorily. The weather, however, continues too cold to per nmit the pastures to make pnuch headway in recovering the severe check they received by the late spell of frost. The roads in the new districts are now so bad as to put an end to further carting, and the wheat still in the hands of the farmers will be with. much difliculty conveyed to market. Advantage is being taken of the rain to break up new land for increased sowing of wheat. This, however, is not a practice that can be recom mended. It will pay better to let the land lie up to sumnmer fallow, as by that means a good crop can be ensured by sowing early next autumn on the ameliorated soil. Sow ing wheat the first year in new ground usually results in. the loss of the seed,. and the fallow is spoiled in addition. -On some of the freer loams, 'however, good crops of Tartarian oats may be obt...

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THE HAWTHORN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

TJI .E l1 WTITiOR7O . TRA 0GEDY. lSeo'e "xcit-iwent lhas ibeci caused oil the border dItring the week by the prevalence of a rmnor to the effect' that Mrts. Thompeson, w hosc disappearance front Hawthorn, fol lo~ved as it was by the tragic death of her son, has so strongly excited public a tention, had been seen at Wodonga. hi order, if possible, to trace the rumor to its source, the A lbtry Bonner causeod iilnuiries to be insti ituted, anld ascertained that oil Tuesday an elderly female called at Morton's T'ermiinis I lotel, asked to lie allowed to look' at the A rg1ts, prefacing .her request with a state imclit to the effect that she was anxious to knsow whether there were any further parti culars of di.rt. Thompson, of whoml she was an intimate friendl. Struck by the state menit, ias well as .by the appearance of the woman, the landlord and several gentlemen staying at the hotel compared notes, when the conviction forced itself upon their minds that the woman, evidently a strange...

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[ADVERTISEMENT.] THE NATIONAL REFORM LEAGUE OF VICTORIA. MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

[AD5VERTIF.SMET.J r H' E NATIONAL REFORM1! LEAGUE OF VICTORIA. MANIFESTO. It is a fundamental principle of the English Constitution that representation should go *with taxation. It is an in alienable light of a free people that they should make their own laws. The people of this country live under a constitution which, while leaving them comparatively free to elect their own representatives prac tically deprives their representatives of all legislative power. The Legislative Assembly, which is elected by the whole people, is constantly obstructed by the Legislative Council. which renresents only a portion of the community, thpt portion being the propertied class. Legislative action on the part of the people has, there fore, become a nullity, and self-govern ment a sham. In every civilized country in the world a land tax is one of the chief sources of revenue for the State. In a country like this, where the State out of the general revenue grants large annual subsides in aid of local...

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A CURE FOR LEPROSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

A CURE FOR LEPROSY. Leprosy has always been considered an ineurdible disease upi to the present, but that it is on the eve of being no longer so appears to be within the limits of probability. The Ballarat Courier states that experiments of an almost marvellously successful nature were tried on 'tuesday and W\ednesday onil the Chinese lepers noiw located at their new camp in the ranges. The new iemedy is known as "lloyle's Pacili$ Vegetable Wonder," and is applied externally. Mr. Hoyle, the inventor of the medicine, or lotion, or whatever it is, is an engine-driver on the Victorian Railways, and is na\w on a holiday. He on Tuesday proceeded, in com pany with Sergeant Larner, to the lepers' ,amp, and commenced to prove the etticacy of his patent. One old Chiniaman, whose limbs were ahnlmost rigid, was first operated upon, and after the "wonder" had been freely rubbed over him with a brush, the rigidity vanished and thie poor fellow coin mencedt to run about in great glee. Others were...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

COM!MERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday Evening. The Age reports :-Market nmovements this morning were without interest, and transactions, as usual on the closing day of the week, were restricted to a small routine sales. Breadstuffs are very firm; this how ever is more characteristic of wheat than of flour, the languor of the trade demand for the manufaeturesl article depriving sellers of the power to take up higher gronud at pre sent, so that grindingoperations are continued on an unprofitable basis, if not at a small loss. Best milling wheat is worth 5s 10d to 5s 10sd, bags included. Country flour is steady at £12 5s for best brands, makers in less repute realise £12 2s 6d ; bity millers are supplying bakers at £12 is to £12 10s, in m~ost cases the latter tigure is required. In feeding grains, imaize is dull at 3a lld for parcels. Oats are without change; the pre valence of westerly winds is keeping out overdue cargoes, so that the first change may bring in a small fleet ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

COBB AND CO'S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. nAY COACH CAGhERDOWN 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. Return 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, CABAMUT, PENS HUXRST, AND HAMILTON, THENCE TO MOUNT GAMBIER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate post towns, leaving Geelong every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 9.50 p.n. 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.m...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

Now that it has been definitly decided that Parliament will meet on the 11th proximo, it may be as well to commence a review of the relative positions that will be occupied by the Ministry and Her Majesty's Opposition respectively, when the two parties face the political situation upon the re-assembling of Parliament. Prior to that event, there will be some public political deliver ances from the leading men of both sides, at public demonstrations partially designed for that purpose, and which will doubtless help us to mature our opinions upon the subject. Meantime, we can only comment upon the salient features of the facts before us. Mr. JosEPrH oxNEs is the only one of the Ministry who has as yet revealed a finisterial deliverance concerning the political game that is to be played when the House meets. From what he said at Penshurst, and from what the representative Conserva tive journals, or Ministerial journals, have published, it is obvious that the coming platform is to be a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. IT. c r1 IENDERS will be received, subaject to - the conditions of tendering, for Addi tions, &c., to Post and Telegraph Office, culae. Also, Repairs to Court-house, Colac, until twelve o'clock on Tlmnrday, 22nd inst. Drawings and specifications may he seen at this office, and at the Court House, Colae. The amount of the preliminary deposits to accompany the tndlors are respectively £10 and £5, and the amount of the deposit as cash security for the due performance of the contracts is 10 Imr cent. The Board of Land and Works will not necessarily accept the lowest or any tender. JOSEPH JONES, Commissioner of Public Works. Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 4th June, 1876. r ENDERS willbe received up to Monmlay . Evening, 26th June, for the Excavatiou of a DIP' and TANK at Dreeite. Plans and specifications at my office. Lowest or any tender not necessarily ac cepted. ALEX. HAMILTON. B UTCHERS, STOREKEEPERS, AND OTIIERIS. TENIDERS invited for LEASI...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 20 June 1876

NOTES ' AND EVz,'NTS. It will be seen by an advertisement, which appears in another column, that Mr. J. H. Connor, M.L.A., will address the electors at Howe's Hotel, Ondit, on Thursday evening next, 22nd instant. It is to ho hoped that Mr. Connor and his few supporters in the district will not'attempt to "burk" or gag any elector who may wish to ask a question on the occasion. If Mr. Connor has nothing to fear, as he is so fond of boasting, surely he ought not to object to the truth being brougiit out. It is true that the Government have called for tenders for the erection of a new Post and Telegraph Office for Colac, but it is of such curtailed dimensions as to be hardly worthy of the name. We were under the impression, in common with a great many other persons, that Colac was to have a Post Office which was to cost £1000 at the least, and that sum was placed on the Estimates for the work. But it appears that this is not the case. From an examination of the plans, we fin. that the ...

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THE NATIONAL REFORM LEAGUE OF VICTORIA. MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 June 1876

[AD' ERTIsesE5T.j F?THE NATIOEAL RI EFORMI I LEAGUE OF VICTORIA. MANIFESTO. It is a fundamental principle ,.f the English Constitution that representation should go with t:xation. It is an in alienable light of a free people that they should make their own laws. Ihe people of this canntry live under a constitution which, while leaning them comparatively free to elect their own representatives prac tically deprives their representatives of all legislative power. The Legislative Assembly, which is elected by the whole people, is constantly obstructed by the Legislntive Council. which revresents only a portion of the community, thpt portion being the propertied class. Legislative action on the part of the people has, there fore, become a nullity, and self-govern ment a sham. In every civilized country in the world a land tax is one of the chief'soarces of revenue for the State. In a country like this, where the State out of the ceneral revenue grents large annual subsides in aid of loc...

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THE ROADS IN GRENVILLE. STRANGE DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 June 1876

'-. ROdADS' IN, GRENVJ?LLE. STR.NG - DISnLOSoUR rS.. . A;public meeting wao held at :Camphellls Heather -Bell liotel :.:Haddoni, onu Saturday, e,'enlisg, to;protest agahinst tlie, alisiation of. of any ·suri~eyed ofads so i" Gicinvilleshire. Over l130ipersooivhwere sent.; llt h .:Thorune, who aýis ippointed ciaoute taie reedIitliili ad-' ertisoement- froe 'ist'e icaC ie" camllinj the hi'edtiiiýtiid'h aftenra fewrehaile :iinstroi elle the inoetiig at sose leogths, aidstconsider-+ able applause. -Mr n 'rTinchasl followed, awlo. was also warnIl ;recei'cd:' i'Bothhgentleilser pointdi oiut that thisr i ibail cirti; as net cs'y a local but &'iiatiiiiil"il tLciWt;dli. le 'cads of the .colo6nyg hlloigsed i,th 'ei epieople Sillthey oshould resiesit'totlii utiimst'uany at-. touiipt, 'colre froit wholi "it'ihiglst," ;' si?)att 'pith one ie iiah'f iy o i" ailstt,.sonthe e.leny. Tliere Gvere. public roads' rlound, everycf:i4O acres, and the pecople shoild insist upoa each (i40 acre blocl...

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THE HAWTHORN MYSTERY SOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 June 1876

THE IIAW lTIIORTN A YSTERY SOL FiD. 'Thes ladtshorn mystery, which had conic to be r.:garded as one of thoseo inexplicable ociurrnoces that.would plrohably take years to unravell,.was yesterd;.ay solved int the most lunexpected mannuer lby the discovery of tse missing Mrs. Annite Thsm)sost. alive ani well in the .ienployment ot f Mr..Stewart, tr e liri.liretar of the brewery hearing h'is -lamu, at ailor's Gully, Eaglhawk. So far tl publiib':nxiety has been set at rest, inai th!i int!lligendse oflifhei lhiin:g bdde foiiundt a. will remove' the painful ditouitith'ich hns-so long surrounded thile whole altlir. Sinceh li ulnfortmate son, Joseph Alfred Thompsoli, ctrmnmittesd suicide, suspicion has more or lea: pointdc to him it s having had some direct ihtd in the disap liearaenc of his mother; ndl the removal of thlie stigmw a\ihieh accom panied -hins to tle grave will bie regtt tlied with aIsenses if rc ielf y thie. rlattives'of tlU fitith ii il ?''ie getneral public. Tha't Mrs. l'hos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 June 1876

tieo?' Hamrilton' Prod- e oroe, Cola, Begs toaiinnoice.to thei ulilic of Colc and it viiiity' tlit liew?ill coiiiniice Lbusinesso as above inii -few 'days 'and ?truststo merit'a share of public patronage. K b: o CE.h . ... ":.1' i.;Ciic'cEa Doc-Tossy, ? .s.:< (Of W)arrneombool, l'atof Ballarat), Will be in attiendance and may :bo .CON SULTED ,at 1:Willi'?s. Coiiinei cial Hotel, COL AC: . r aie'iT' i p.:: , TUESD" ; 27lith"Jitniel Nise a.m. oni THUIRSDAY, 9l Juneo . .. '"' Ei G.EE '-K" 0" N G • 'o 'The Celebrited"".: . W iiuisS'!7'Cu'Of*ii3 ae' H6TAOi ' COLAC) From W EDNESI~Ay, ·I~s! liistant, until '.''TIURSDAY'h16rni s2itt'ildsn sn ?t. Th ICL. -As it is - iecessa? s f all ACCOUNTS" ,ag itust tlie firtii'"Ih SU'MPT1I',t '&: CO :;,"Co:h " Prdprib?i ,. tbi 'libestnt inu'to'the' tiiiddctsigatiro' nt lathi'thn 'tie ist' itproxtilo sitie:tries'i ljiiiiactl'liiithisi against the saidt' 0ompaiiy \iill' lileNe do'id, for after that date'tlhey will not be reco E. B. STANW\...

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MR. MOODY'S TOUGHEST JOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 June 1876

./1. 11001DY'S T'OUGHEST' JOB -t Ai 'iiireric."in jo"iir"ial 'givs" r accoi"t of an arguineiintwhichrtook" place between a young low, lld Mr.. ,Moody, thli rvivalist, in olo of th lle Intu'ry rolms', ias follows :+' ' Are you a Chrirtiann'" said Mr: Mood4, .pressing th'e hlandi of i,l well'dressed 'young man, ,wo lh p sediwithtle i- l rowdl- downI one .f the.aislcs at the close of.the services iatthe l'fipel'droiii' the otlhci iight. ". ,, 'The yun' hiii in whispefidl'tiooitl i"g' to the preacher.'', ' ,. . . ', " \Vcll, coii'iii?l niiY'-private room," said. Mr. " Moody ";, "L Isi ill betherdlifin i few iminutes., 1 . " :, - fei turied; to speak to an anxious-lookiilg yvoitiin lan, and,1 after a. sshort cii crsation withlolin 'took himi aside.-' They'tailkbed inta low'voice for soo50-llcuiliUtos, the lpreachel ni?v..;(nd(thlenu aying hlis 1iro:(d haild oll'tlie othicr's siholler, asif ifn ericiest admionitio-. Tie lights in the lihll were being turncd out, al sooi the place,' wliclh...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. June 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 June 1876

MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. June 21. Messis. J. HI-. CLOUGH an Co. report: Wool.-o We have still to report very little doing in the v of sales here nearltly the whn .v produced by thl felluongers being shipped d We have sold e usual odd lots colillng foror week's r.tes. Sheepskius.-Durine the week . s lhave bece and we have soll our usual supply at lastweek's rates, .i:--for g'een ox, 2t. to 35s. ; cow, 15s. to t2e. cltie ; ictorian cet salted, 3.d. to4Old.; Newcealand, 4ld. to 45d. ; and calf skills, 5d. to 5ld. per lb. Tal, low.-By auction and privately we have disposed of an verage supplly ; thlere is a good oequiry for local use, and princes are fIm at tile following' rates, viz :-for inferior, LIIs to LOS ; mixed, L9 to L32 15s. ; heef, L30 to L32; and mutton, L33 to L34 lper ton. Leather. -At our sale on Tuoesday we offered an average supply to a full attendantce, and dlisposed of nearly all by uctiond and privately, as follows, viz :-Crop, 9ld. to lid.; kipt, s. ed. to ...

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MR. J. H. CONNOR AT ONDIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 June 1876

MAR. J. IL CONN OR AT; ONYDIT. M"r. Connor addressed the electors at ifowe's Hotel, Oldit,' list evening. There weie about fifty personis presait. Mr.- E. Coulston was appointed Chairman, asnd in trodilced Mr. Cofnoiir in a few preparatory iremairks Ml. 'Connor comiiienced his explainatiot by referring to various matters whichl had lU'veieited hint' frominaddirssin gthe electors at an earlier jeiiod;.' After" alluding to the attacks which had been oumade upon him by a?"ceitain sctioi of.tlie Piress, nil'bestowine some graituitoiis tdvice, oii the "cheali'anL nasty" principle, ?iF Coiti`i' r?iitered.into an expliinatioi of his politicial coniilitt. He alluded"to'the question of 'Coi'ntitutional leform iii'. ianianner silsil?r'tob tht which he had ,done at Colae and iiverleish. He thi'e tonched iipot': the paesilig of thl Local Government Bill aiidl the part he'had tasken in it, reserving to himself great credit for his'excrtions in the matter. He theii camne to the Stonewall session ...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE REPORT. June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 June 1876

GEELONG E STATION PRODUCE'" REPORT. June 20. Messrs. GEUROGE SYNNOT and Co. report : Sheepsklns?--Wo had a full attendance, and brisk competition, prices ruling about equal to last week. We'submitted over 10,000 shins, with the foliowing result-Best skills 30d. to 40d. (extra large ones a Strifehigher); medium, 1td. to25d. each ; lambsltues, 12d. to 23d. each ; station skins, 2d. to 5;d. per pound. Hides.--No. impro'ement to report; in fact, if any thing, the.mayket has a downmward tenldency. We cleared out about 300, as follows--Wet salted, 3ld. to 3Nd.; good-conlditioncd do., hd. to ltd. per pound; calfskins, 4jd. to 5d. per pomld. Tallow-Our sales are 30 casks, station and country butchers' tallow, L29 to L32 per ton; rough fat, 2d. to 21d. per pound; ztendered fat, 2d. t d. per pauud.

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