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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

COACHING. to ·a at· 1st. , ---i:e.? - at COBB ANID CO'S ii: ROYAL MIAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHIES. D?AY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m. passing through Colac at noon, aud.reaching Geelong at 0 pin. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office, Geelong every Monday, WedneSday, aed Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT MAIL. GEELONG TO VARRINAMBOOL AND BELFA ST. Daily, a 9.590 p.m., Sa, urdays excepted. With Brunch Line to MIORTLAHE, ('APAMUT, PENS ILURST, AND HAMILTON, MOUNT G AMHIBEt AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA. and all intermediate I:ost towrs, leaving Gerlong everyMoodsa,; Wednesday and Friday. at 9 50 p.m. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Bookieg Office, Geelong, doily (Saturday excepted). at 9.50 p.m. for Warrnnhmb ot and Belfast, returning from Belfast daily (Saturdsys ex cepted) at 10.30 a.o., on Sundays at 4an.m. andt from Warrnoambool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) atl p.m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilt...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

C=3E LO_','? .LI," STIOCK-- M.?v/<,:; ? larch 2. SA.'.'"'ts-.- ""?I ?O?- ::!Iv fa hand. lthe ·is-t 1;-' "'s-a"'-" a ' ' ~in;edi':rn S~' o:;i'-- Ti 1, .. 'a'~s' c mpokq o' a:":e3 a;, " t- as nr 101 lbs.. 'e .:)'? :e'wr hend for:.;,,-:$a'.r nt.?msrrrk,?+.r? -%,~ C'!',?.n.---nTar, nnnma.r pan'-ed monst oa! a '?c;eh av"'alo a oos, was sasall ."A-I .ov; r-'.q':ir.-,n?-¢, tI: dea-.nd bsing someo why iv'T 's-'. nricac in eon',rones snare r3, ori 31 Tr. Jcuaer d nthers, 106 ?a-taorJ..'z,?d oua,!i-v" and f,?ir 'ei~htn, at 'Q0 $3 .. an' 71 ao soes to 9J. ?"t Lmhbs. 0 .roocc-c a'o forward, oaalctav for the mos? a'act goad bcI prima: the deimand wa ~re~rt~ty b.?i~r:,;h?,?7: oeryr oat 'as'in.' to the t.rade.'. Olcn,? t?c ere--for Mfeosrs T. Jenner T. Smale. and Mlr cc'a.'rso 4{7 good at 7s Id, 4! iro.t ats 6d, and .43 doat 4s 3d; total 139.

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

,lEELOG" STATION PRODUCE MARKET.. -' " "arch 2. Messrs Mr.Let.tse, VLs~es ArnD Co. report :- ! TIool.--Wo offoered 14 lots, and sold greasy, Ieect to 9gd, greasy lamibs to 9gd. Sheep skins.--We offered about 4000 to-day, which, together weith 1000 sold prisately, brings our hsarkct up to 5000 for the week. WVe sold full-woolled skins from S0d to 73d, and by the lb 6.d ail Sd for best; others in pro pprtioen Best pelts 24d to 3115. sedium and "infceior 6d to o0d; Iamhskins" 1Si'to 24d, and LS. the lb, 6d to 6.d.. Hides.--We had about 41D3'for silo to-day,.which, together with I il sel privtely-, hrines owr snumhser.up to ,sout 540. We sold all hut57 at undernotod price :--Inferior and green hides at from 44 to t%5. w~ot salted" 4d to .5d. calf, 4?d t 3.h5, tal.? etd o '9d uer lb. Tallow.- Thu'-bh :. "it d 1 for inferior, 2 I-16dfor good, a3. -?d "or rondcrsd.

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MURDEROUS ASSAULT BY TWO GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

MUR;~v~DEaorOUS· ASSAULT· Y'RY: TWOi-~f -·r:~~ GIRLS.: :The Tamaia !Tbn rpltata twoying gils, sstersiiamed, :Aiiis: maimed a m HD "namend Hery Nelson and his wife. ,' All the parties concerned are employed 'on th- estate of Mr. Triffit, in tlie'pccripition of stripping bairk, and tliheli ,n and the woman had said something to toe disparagement of the girls; wlhiich so enr?caed the latter that they proe.oeded' to the residence of the couple, t.dl attacked them with stones. ' he man was struck violently on the head at the first ouslaught, and thlius rendered ifor pable of offering any resistance, ani the woman was so seriously injured, b-it?g found in an insensible state .fter the ill-usage, that she was 'unable' to attend in court. When Mr. Stephenson, the superinten dent of the New Norfolk police, arrived at 'he scen of tlie outrage, the house of Mr. Triffit, ~irere she hat received a second visit ironi the determined Ama zons, who were accompanied by their father, and expressed the...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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LAST DAYS OF LIVINGSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

LAST DAYS OF LIVIINGSTONE. THa nccount. of the closing scenes of the life of the great traveller g'iven in the nec ly published journals are very touching. Oneof tie notic(escondenses the narratives thus :" TJ-he country wvas ifesolate.; there wes no game; ii was thinly populated. Sometimes the coroing of doves, the screaminfg of the Iranco!in, the mn'rsie of the singing birds, ;oinounceel that a village wae nerer; but the people supposed him to be a slkv -Iu?ler, concealed their food. and deserted tibeir villages as soon as he npproached. Others, pretending to act as guides, misdirected him ; and on one occasion he lost his waly for a fort: ,i~.ii'hr-,- r".r-' i l--I""\" oUescut -tq(Ti rellupon a constitution already en feebled by disease. He offered up prayers that he might be allowed to finish his Work and return and be at resr. But first lie nmust find the four fountains." ,"Nothing earthly," he snays, " will make me give up my work in despair." On the 19th of April he writes: "...

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IMPORTANT TO SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

IMPORTANT TO SELECTORS. In all the land. acts passed in this colony a clause has existed providing that !l1 arrears of rent due to the Crown' by selectors and others should be published periodically in the Govern ment Gazette. The .29th section of the present act contains the same pro vision in an amended form, and pro rides tS the publicationi shall take place half-yearly." Owing to a variety S of causes the provision has.never been put into force, the principal reason being, that no rent-roll was ready. This, however, has been now com pleted and it is probable that the first list oi defaulters will be published in next Triday's Gazette. There will be about 41,000 names in .the list. This appea4:a laIge number, but it bears but a smai proportion to the whole, there beingas many as 100,000 Crown - tenant on the .rent roll. The list of i = 4000 Will pi'obnbl?" be liable to con s:| merate reduction, for while it was hi ) com'se of preparation some of the] e->f tenant will have paid...

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SHOCK OF EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

SHOCK OF EARTHQUAKE. The Marybornough Standard states that at forty-eight minutes past six o'clock on Monday morning a smart shock of earthquake was felt in Mary borough.. The direction of the shock is not very clearly known, but it ap pears to have been from south to north. It was heard and felt over the whole of Maryborough, the noise and shaking being noticed from opposite points of the town east and west, viz., the vicinity of the gaol and railway station. Some persons describe the noise as similar to that of the rumble of thunder, and others refer to it as such a noise as would be caused by heavy ordnance drawn along the road. Scores of per a3ns, on having the matter" mentioned to them, 'stated they had heard a. noise of the kind in the morning, some awakening from sleep at the time, but they attached no particular importance to it. Windows rattled, and art-icles were disturbed in houses in the town ship. The eartihquake was felt at Chinaman's fiat, live miles away, and SMarine...

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"POISON" BREWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

"POISON" BREWINIG. At a time when the public is told that tens of thousands of lhogsheads of poison are annually sold in the colony, it is of some interest to know some thing" about the details of this dreadful trade--the monsters who carry it on, and the process by which they live and thrive. The announcement made by the proprietor of the Carlton Brewery Ihat he would pay a reward of £1,000 sterling to anyone who detected any of the perniciodr ingedients in his ale, naturally attracted attention to his es ?ahb~isbent, and the account of a visit · to it fcr the purpose ot tasting the various qualities of the poison, and ascertaining Itow the preprietor is able to defy Dr. Youl and all the chemists, may not prove uninteresting, especially i. to those who are told they are com init.ti sure, tiiougt it may be slow, suicide by\ drinking Carlton or any colonial beer. Mr Terry, the brewer of the establishment, who acted as guide over the place, is responsible for the, producti n of more t...

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[?]RE AT BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

Onj~i RVWS' HALLDETRYE raLtthe concuion of Mon~ ~o~sco a -itramnn ast nig~ht a'flue~ broke~ : thie bu~ilding i wasl· completelyil · v'c~ A a'~~'ibblr:out10o clock, just: ene'ee ipranaas was standinug thereon. Immediately an explosion took place, and the stage and itpestay surrounding it caught fire, and ill less than ten minutes tle building i wns comnpletely utted. IiI. Peosco, who was at the rear of thie buailding, on bnurhsg the confusion, rushed in and cndeavoured to save some of the porce lain figiures -ad ieffects which lie haIl on the stagwe bat was drhen back by the I Il-mcs asid n'arroiwly escaped sunfbcatioa. { The cry was at once raised and in an 1 almost incredible space of time, the! street in the vicinity was crowded with people. The meuibers of the fire bri gade with all haste got their engine on the spot and in foll platy but by this time the fire had obtained such a hold' on the building tlat their efforts to stop the conflagration were quite un availhag. In about h...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly unterstood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinious of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] DOGS. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

Is to be distinotlytlunderotoodtt do not iden?ify ?ooielveo.wihth niona of our corr'eoipondet DIet-to. (1' the- Idsten: · o S Sis, Are.' there noqin"eon, ' oefn iSititg lPeoiple' keep t h'eii dogs.:of the street h at night? They Ilrun:;?out at iPassar alt directiono , ard Ibrkooind s aslp unoleasant -m?nner. ih~-h state a veri y -· - sitreets ,with, ithese, curds 7remindu oe | of Marik Twein 'iccunt of the strets of4. Constantinople.. Some mneashres shols lie -dopted s-so ithat ·this a n'ussan? i ibated.,:: H @ing |htbi~m?tierli~; oiitg will ,tk t:2:t~r ipi. C; Mai:r. c 3 l; Ii -. ~ei'~ l7;~

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COLAC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

OOLAO RAOES. 'We publish in our present issue, the weights for the Colac Handicap, Hurdle Race, and District Plate, and they are capable of amendment, and 'we. im agine that some of our local handicap. pers would have brought the horses closer together than M'rr Barnard. In the Handicap Calaba has top weight, 9st., and it is not likely that this horse will be a starter. Cleolite and Flying Scud come next With 8st. 7lb., and . they. are very fairly in, though we think the Scud has got quite enough weight. It is not likely that Blazes'will accept with 8st. 41b. Jack Sprat is well served 'with Sat., after wimning the Creswick Handicap, two miles, a few daLys since, in ramin.. P4se. with 8st. lib. up. This horse should go 'very near winning the Handicap, if the hill does not stop. him the second time. round. Postboy is also moderately well in with sat. Modesty, we do not think, will show much with 7st. 131b. Hero is also very well treated with the light impost of 7st. 7ib. Novice has a ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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RAILWAY TERMINUS. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 5 March 1875

RAILwAY TERMINhUS. (To the Editor ot' the Herald) Sta,--Can any person inform the public definitely respecting the terminus of the railway toColac ? There was a committee appointed to look after this matter sonse short time since at a public meetins which t wvas held in the Temperance talh. Tlhere are sante shrewd business men on the committee, and they, surely should he able to do something in the matter. Noe is the time to bring pressure to bear upon I the Department In a short time the ter minus ?'ill be definitely fixed, and if it is not to he placed where the public conui der most suitable, then there will be an outcry against the committee. I feel sure that the gentlemen comprising this com mittee are up to the mark if they only choose to exert tbeniselves. It is probh ble that they hare already done all that they possibly can de in this matter, but if they have not, I would respectfully sug gest that they should at once hegin to agitate. "I am, Sir, &c., RAILWAY HARRY...

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

A COMbIPr?Y. (To the Tditor of the erald.J Rt,--Beingt often in the i:?bit of passa int tile Colic Stt:ic School. I alne beci sa. sevret:i ?cCatsif n ' (ii-isted t 'etilt hci:-it, if lrcal anrd Ilntter, hlt-i:.ten pie,?, :il d :t qasutity in tCr:civ It kiiu.' ics,:u . ('ot:;'ii th le t o f· ath ti l' rs ii, !? c,. lze a llt a1, t hi' ?-ia ; tp e;-l . t Itii. brtt hri th lii'itl ta per nil iiit i-hl I atm i, ll I ill dienitita, s, lotls, it iticln abterIo 1 flvStu iii li hivs!? i,ti'i houses it' the in i,,hil~othi,md -rerty Iv 'Sthe annuvanee if. i he vir'cliltviii ai I t lina preui£ises. Surely a little c'oin woutidi prevetnt ,ill this. As ,Slrhiespeare says. "It wenats refsitrinji altogethier," anil 1 tim sure that the attentlion if Mr Dredlge need only he called to this affair, to have the desired effect. I am, Sir, &e., 'I'RAVELLER. Colac, March 3, 1875.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

gollaway:J'j plls. Indigestion Liver C -plai . nts '- disordereoa un h. e of be long or eriosly b eeeOig a .- .the eiffects o the di~ get}n 1 ?iIbc ig feif th tisible on the eou een nde its nil- th at once remove the dis thder anove the nt pleasant couseq s esirefort fo:od they s uiOgment thes? . t R olio : ... ... ; and assi li~l?. ?,? satisfaCtoilY rhemover all a y ill's i tsesed ction of the many lead Office g.janged ors eil:6d 91 pxtraetifg urnismet Y !i·;eog age: ·: ,, cx"-·i·i 7 '.FLOUR AND GRAIN IMARKET. Saturday Evening. :-The markets closed for Lb ? ?he developement of any terest Breadstuffs are nquiry continuing to be ex nd offerings of wheat have coinm L.,nadea a clearaince of 4s 71d to 4s Sd for good Northern. Arrivals are slackening very materially, the slight change adverse to holders checking the disposition to sell. The competition amongst the city millers fof tbo bakers' trade has led to the contract system assuming large proportions; this circum stnce imparts a sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

SIollaway's .Pills. - Indigestion •ind Liver Complaint .-The digestion cannot be long" or seriously disordered .without the' effects of the derangement' becoming .,isible on the countenance. These Pills at once remove the:disborder and its -un :pleasant consequences ?they improve the . appetite, and wilt the increased desire for .- -food; they ,augment the powers of digestion L :end:assimilation in. thcstomach. . Iollo1 the ek v'i6 lls:i st satisfactorily remove all visiIble . rd eased action of the many at once rerm o i- n extracting nouitishment pleasantconseque , as . the liver appetite; :and, with ?t s n .e t hjh i food they augmnient the powers it .and assirmilation in the sto?ad . ?c. i ý way's Pills inost satisfactorily remi,.c r aged or dieased acntion of te is a- ?sengagedi-xtrating nouniisihms;" diets .as: the a liver,"; AP aliot hich COCPANIES. ___ __--L- UiTUTA LIAN ,i UTU A.LPIOVID ENT EsrAtnLiSIIiD 1849. FOR MUTUAL L]FE ASSURANCE, &c Registered as a ('ompanl,/ ...

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COLONIAL PRESS PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

COLONIAL PRESS PIONEERS. THE Printers' lRegister of 7th De cember gives the following information on the above subject :-" Seventy years only have elapsed since the art of print ing was first introduced, and the seeds of journalism took root in the new soil of Australia. A poor Creole it was, George Howe by name, who dibbed it therein. One of the Leeward Islands, St. Kitts, was his birthplace. There his father and brothers were printers, an art to which he had devoted himself. But he was born to occupy a larger field, and to achieve a greater renown, than the West Indies at that time offered to men of genius. Crossing the Gulf Stream, he came to England, and in the office of the Times found occ 1 pation as a compositor. But his restr less nature-it seems to be the fate of genius to be restless-impelled him onward. In 1800, when hegudl passed his thirtieth year, lie left he white cliffs behind him, and, crossing the Southern Ocean, landed in Sydney, New South Wales. After lie had bee...

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MIND READING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

MIND -READING. A new. parlor game, suitable for evening parties, is now making its way in certain circles of American society, and will doubtless, in cour0 of- tin;; become natiiralised in :other countries. It is called Mind. Reading,' and is un dr;stood to be based. upon a theory of inconsciousniu uscclar .aciph:n It is ilayed in thisi manneri A member of the party goes: out.oftithe room, and dulring hisabsence i n object is hidden. O?n 1i?s ietun?iºtwo others of the party stid .p;? ide him inilie middle of the oon bothliThein hands on his b on his best snd t ` °< i meantimBe trated on the locality where the objecl is hidden. In a few moments the party operated upon will move in the direction of the hidden object, and in nine cases out of tenl finds it. Its in troduction has created quite a thrill in New York, where a gentleman named Brown has been drawing large audi ences by his manifestations of power in this directions. Mr Brown, being all expert, is able to dlo more ...

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MOONLIGHT CONCERT. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

MOONLIGHT CONCERT. (lo the: Editor of the Herald. ) St,--It , oiy beh supposed that like most' things siggested at Cola-, which passes a?ay lihce the iale mind, that tjse anrsqone nient .f thcd M tooulith :Conh cert; which was to have been hel'd when the ''ilver.. Goddess : was lighting up sne other pariei? i of the?auorld, as? ll_ al ihytbbuh::ith h hai I been fosinin tllat' e are too late this year for inch an epte'rtainisert to he osgceasjuf,` aiithe "weathe, at this season na not: boat : propitious. :It ha?s therefore been coii-a : dered advisable that preparations be insti tuted and maturied fors uch an affair at an early date in thie sUtnnisr of 1875' It ha / been suggested. also that the ladiesof 'th dietiict ?i of, Coiag? h" olcitgd to ferns :a committee for the purpose of holding a monster garden fete bazaar for the general funds of the three institutions of Colac the Gardens, the Free Library, and the proposed leospital, and that the Centlemeu constituting the coummittees ...

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RAILWAY TERMINALS. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

RAILWAY TERMIII ;S. (To the Editor of the Herald) Ssa,-I beg to reply to "Railway Harry's" enquiries by stating that "'lTer minus" Committee appointed in March last, have not neglectea their trust, but on the other hand so plainly pointed out to the Government the advantages of the proposed site, that Mr Watson, the resident engineer of UcGeelong, was sent for to lorm his opinion and report. After seeing all the sites proposed as the best by persons interested or otherwise, he stated plainly to two of the Committee and our late member, Mr William Robertson (who showed him over the ground), that the site chcse' by the meeting was in his judgment unquestionably the best-look ing buth at present and future interests, and be should strongly recommend its adoption. 'IThis ocenrred when the survey party had ccompleted their work here. I am, Sir, &c, EDMUND COOPER, Acting Sec. Railway Committee. Culae, March 8, 1875.

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY. The first day of the V.R.C Autumn Meeting proved most disappointing, The attehdance was limited, notwitlb standing the fine weather. The con- I dition of most of the horses was quite I up to the usual standard. W.F. had I the misfortune to lose his saddle-cloth early in the Hurdle Race, and no doubt 1 the relief of 6 lb. assisted to bring him home before Welshman. Melbourne i was thought to look rather lusty before the St. Leger, ao though the last final polish had been deemed unnecessary to win this event, and in the race he sweated very freely. Stockbridge looked very well and very calm, and ran a brilliant race, and it is quite pos sible, had the final rush on him been reserved until nearer the post that the verdict might have been reversed. The following are the particulars of the running : HURDLE RACE, a handicap sweep. stakes of 5 sovs. each, with 100 added. About three miles. E. Jellett's b g Welshman, by Leap Year, aged, 9st 121b ... ....(Je...

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