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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

ENGLISH NEWS. -4-- THE mail steamer arrived in Hob son's Bay on Saturday last. WTe'o; tract the following items frozq our files Mr Frbre has been created a Com panion of the Order of St.. Michael and St." Georgi as commissioner in the inquiry respecting the- treatment of immigrants in British Guiana: and Mauritiqs. Mr Chevalier and Mr...C. Mackay have been appointed a committee for the selection of modern works qf art for the national collection in New South Wales. :: The Victoria, the first steamer of the new Australian Steam Company, leaves Lnndl! 27th February, for Melbourne. Two of the directors accompany her for the purpose of arranging a go0traeý with thei Iictorian "Government fo" the eonveyance of a fortniahtlv-i i ,to alternate with tie P. and 0. Company's steamers. The Ti'maryi has on board 20,000 s?lmon eggs, frozen' in an ice-liox, for 'tro.: 'The Tinttein Abbey take?? out 1,130 living., hirds -'for New' Zealiadd inclhdin hlalckbirdsd thr shes stairliiigs, goldfnchese ar...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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RABBITS, OH! (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

RABBITS, OH! (To the Editor of the Herald.) Sr,--I trust, with your usual impar tiality, you will find room for the follow ong : In your issue of the 5th inst., you com. ment on the untruthfulness of an adver tisement emanating from the Carters and Trappers of the Stony Rises, tn fact, Mr Farrington denies it in toto, and says it is thlse. Now, Isr Editor, we are prepared to stsnd to our colors, and mot cever we challenge Mr F., or an) one else, to prove that they have a single acre of ground in the Stony Rises on which they have the sole privilege of trapping rabbtts. VWe are all aware that there are two or three forfeited blocks situated many miles off the road, where a trapper ought to get at le:~st 9d per pair to pay him for the dis tance he has to carry his rabbits (three or four mtiles),-bbut ir. F. has no more right to thei"blockbs than any other person. 'IThe Carters and Tr:ppers have paid large sums of money for the privilege of trap pin~, and our mutual friend has paid not...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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AN INTERVIEW WITH GUSTAVE DORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

AN INTERVIEW WITH GUSTAVE DOR E. A lady correspondent, who recently visited M. Dore's studio in Paris, thus recounts an interview she had with the famous artist: I asked M. Dore if he was fond of London. 'I like it very much,' he answered, particularly the English society. I would like to go to America, but it takes so long; it would take four months out of my life.' 'Is it true, M. Dore that, as the papers conitinually assert, you are now engaged upon a series of illustrations to Shakspeare ?' 'It is true,' he made answer; 'but it is an undertaking that I do not mean to haston, neither will I dispose of the work before it is finished. When I have to work to order-when I know that I must finish a picture at a certain time, all inspiration deserts me. I have done it, but it was hard work, and sorely against the grain. As to my Shakspeare, I have no need of making any agreement for it before it is completed, for, if Peter will not take it, Paul will, and if not Paul, then cer tainly J...

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THE MEAT FACTORY AND THE TRAPPERS. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

THE 3MEAT FACTORY AND THE TRAPPERS. (Tothe Edi,' of the Herald.) SIR,-I have rot seem much notice.-as yet in your columns, of the unfortunate squabble between the Company and the rabbiit trappers,, but I think as a matter affecting every interest :in our district, every man in it must wish.to see this dis nute settled satisfctorily.to bothparties, if possible. - Most of us in this township know by experience, that investment in a Meat Pieservirg Company. is nothing to boast of, and this has been the experience oft all other places in the colony. Every Meat Preserving Company sooner or later finds its'way into the auctioneer's hands. In this: district .it was hdped a Company would always keep going, and yet.here, as everywhere, .it is , nly in -the. ease of droughtthat cattle or sheep can be bought to pay. -\VWeare exceptionally and fortu-. nately situated to far, that for six months in the year, this district: affords other employnmeot for the Factory, and now the parties concerned ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

WE should fail in our duties as journa lists, representing the interests of this district, were we to pass over with indifference, or treat as unworthy of notice, the unfortunate dispute at pre sent existing :.between the Meat Pre serving Company and the trappers, in the Rises. That such a dispute should have arisen at all, will cause no small regret to every resident in the district, and to every. well. wisher to its pros perity. It is of the very nature of all such disputes, that as.time elapses, the breach, so far from healing,- only widens and deepens, each party growing more and more intensely 'antitgonistic and bitter in their feelings against the oppo site side. It may well excite astonish ment and regret; that at the very time when vigorous efforts are being made to add to our wealth, by stocking our lakes with fish, an unfortunate dispute should take place between the buyers and sellers, tending to`. the loss and neglect of the vast wealth ii" rabbits lying at our doors, al...

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

IMPOUNDINGS. CAM'PERDOWN. InIpouqded at Camperdqwn, by Stuart Reid, Esci. 1 ay horse, -black points, saddle marked, AI near shoulder.. If. not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold-. on 20th March, 1870. Andrew Walls, pound. lceppr. MlonTLAKE.-Impounded at Mort lake, 22nd: February, 1875, by A. Geddes; 'for R. Jameson,. Esiq., Worn. don..?-intages £5.-- cross-brld raie, red A on back.. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on: 17th March, 1875: W. Absalom,. pound keeper .. ROKE\ 0o0n.o--mpounded at Roke. rwood, by, William Regan; for -.the managers.-Red and wlJite stser, TIC conjoined off rump; ired steer, face. belly and tail white, red ring .ound eyes, branded 0 upside down under FO near ribs ; red steer, star, Me off ribs, two notches off ear, l amena q.torev leg-"i red cow, white pf lese, bck, belly]finl tail, J con ined nlear rump.-Red lhiier n eviously advertised; now ~bhlws diamond off shoulder,: It not:claiined and expenses paid, to be sold on. 24th 'urch, 1875. John ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COLAC FISH ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

COLAC FISH ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. A meeting of the committce of the above society took place at Kiinanaes Victoria Hotel on Saturday last; Mr C. M?. Farriffgton in the chaiit. :I was resolved, after some discussion that Mr A. Rea be requested.to present iat the next meeting of the society all accounts in, connectioni with, thiefish supplied to the district, and that he also sesd in report of the proceedings of the last Ballarat expedition. Messrs Rea and B. N. Butcher, the collectors of the society, were requested to use every offort in order that they might get hi as much money as soon as theypossibly could. A telegram which had been leceived that day from Mr J. H. Connor, M.L.A. was read, stating that a further supply of gold fish would be forwarded to Colac on Wednesday next. M. r E. Cooper, the secretary, tendered I lis resignation, as lie had not sufficient time to devote to the duties of the office. After some discussion Mr Cooper was persuaded to re-consider his determine. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

DEATH. Row.-On 22nd December, 1874, at Ports mouth, Hampshire,. Englnd;, Mrs Mary Row, aged 96, and mother of Mrs James Hills, of Colac. THE HERALD, WIT'I WOHICH 1.5 INCORPORATED THtE " OOLAO OBSERVER.' siblishod on Tuesday and Fridray eveniins. TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1875.

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FATAL EXPLOSION NEAR BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

FATAL1 EXPIOSIO-N N EAR BRISBAN E. (Fromn the "(ot:riei?a. Februa.ry.) At t:iliin ni ut, s b?'ite, mIidnigilt on Satordii'V, esidltellts ill thii citry ai suburbs, were sta tied by a violent re por t, succeeded lv a long rumbili: echo. The concussion was most !elt in the higlier parts of the city, where in several cases th, clasmesnts rattled i:id the houses were felt to shake siigihtiy. For about two years pIst ia man named Henry Paraish has been carrynmg on the sbnsiness of prepr inlg an ex plosive e compound for blasting pur poses at the village of Lutwyche, and on Satutday night his premises blew up, hirling the unfortunate ownrer, who was the [sole occupant, into eternity. Parrish way a man atbout fi'iy years of age, and formerly was in trade as a baker at South Brisbane. He was a mareied man, having a wife at present at Birminglham, England, and he is said to have a brother in iNew South Wales. The dangerous nature of his occupation was often complained of to him by his neighb...

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A LIVE PAPER CUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

A LIVE PAPER CUTTER. There is an Eastern :anecdote about the following, but it is not at all an improbable story :-Many years srq aTs Indian Raah, vq w ~s.a grieat adihirer of his EB,. sln masters,. e?d " biis ,ui.d .e.i s 'lan?uae after on fashion, frequently visited the Viceroy of. Calc.tta, On a ono'- occasion n lie potioed a copy of the I dinzb?lurhlReviesv on thL Yicerov's table, nsd 'borrowed it. Some time sftes he roetnriiedliti and, upon the Viceroy's inquiry whelier lihe found anythingg intereeting in it, hie replied, i, Oht.y?!es o..,.,; sia;. b? utiful tiings but also,: miny; disonndcted airticles. i" Hi-FH. sow ?l o?'saidthe Vice: rod See here," iili the "This begins with 'Hunting I1:, ,raIg outang,' does it not ? And tfia over the page. and here you have the ' I-is tory of Mary Stewart.' " The Viceroy laughed. The book was uncut, indl his vassal had read it through without discovering it. He therefore took tronu his table an ivory paper cutter, with a beautifully carved...

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MELBOURNE. Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

MIELBOURNE. (FRose OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday evening. THE dppalling wreck and loss of life which occurred so recently in the case of the s.s. Gothenburg, has, as may be supposed, been the chief topic of conversation in the city during the past week. The details of the " Cospatrick " were, God knows, simply hor rible and fearful, but the case of the "Gothen burg" reaches us more severely, inasmuch as the Captain and others amongst the oflficers and crew were well known here-the passen gers being mostly from Adelaide. It would be impolitic to rush to conclusions until an inves has disclosed further details, but lam anxious like many others to know why amongst the number saved, not a woman, not a child, appears on the record? Indeed the rescue seem for the most part to be the crew. In the instances of the "Birkenhead" and "Sarah Sands," the women, children, and sick were at once placed into duly provisioned boats, and in charge of competent seamen. The " Birkenhead" went down with...

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POETRY. THE LITTLE HAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

TIlE L.TTL- - . - " ecisus 5 TEAT hand of thisue, sL -?pro Hor ductile, saeot o l tOy Th ready urt e qselt [It 0ecu tl5 t 'es rm itf ose IhoL That smales tlhy ... n it rolls tie ball that Efidcs tisl nd rein th elean tte ! hod r con thsO lette' poiAnd ts to the tiny words i ' t ts' bnds - snsiolst a0 dsss"' s Wheu thyt ? ros y C And nillors oft t Wh0hen sluhbcr's spe)1 i, :nill not bhe aay" thous, For real life Iother t. ls-at little hrsdt Once mse rsv aa l u n Is it to gsuide the seamin' Or point t.e ?u Or will it wield the studc And clothe tisy thoug.. Wil it be hard ,asi ?-"or> ., Orpale with oicltels' O S Oh could tlh suother's ! Wqhat ts that little lsa, But might her ferveslt v." Unsullied alhoudl that , " And pure freu every. an Still ready for thy musaei'st\Yor-. Ti seread , fot a willinsg mi d,. Tho.e servltto ? i,.? than to rC.,? .e, Asi grraspeds g - • l A u,,,d s ." ssetsr h?n ? ?e fuussd To1: 014o i to,. -hiedded crao p h Be one till deaoth ci fa tirsolsr shat kot^ J...

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SNAKE BITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

The following remarkable ftor man teing frightened into a .l bite'of a harmless' ' Oaens and .Afurra, day:- ( "A far?n Toohey, was in tL . - rail, when a snake sprung up and bitt . ofteilett forefingT er Toohey first took snakesbip's existC1 complished that, *f sucklig the t o township for furth~er aL .T wound was incised; aind round the wrst, an he s supplied with brand,^ treatment he appeas and a mnessage w'as - Benalla tor Dr ic meanuime MBr Be S * ; c South, arrived- on the ?. \ nistered ammonia, at . fu~;'~ crv drowsy a·j.&ULi "ouS, aed bis friends were gett ,ius, oe determined to in tO thev ?in. "ain.g Yringe, he injected j0' a AC ni, accordingtoProfessora inims, accr. into a vein a! the bena ui F instructo in scientific manner.! the lbow, ina very S^.ti This had theeffectoir ^u1ni thetStient avad he was able to t nal much etterd Brandy was continualklY a.. ', and thi man wa.s kepuntil the doctor between two frnc^ds .t hlf-nast 3 in arrived, which w bout a lfr , emina ...

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GREYMOUTH IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

GBEYMO1TI IN DflA1"'1 ThoEernvezg Star thus describes-the Terow pena mout ,New Zealand, arrd of being blown u on Saturday, t.h had of being Ao u three o'nok a 13th insa..:- ^xcited state entered our lady in a veryinfWed~s thet a~asbhouse "i of r Jones's pnies w- s filed with owder, ara a ..... iog lIeside .heb..gs contai iri it. oaaP°* proceeding to thet fi re freshly extin: time, .we i ' okig, an gished; the mbe rt'i otin siokie g ad thin two feet of.r a few minutes evidently ·been -uu"..;°b y previously' w tre fiB ke's " sacks each OllntO i f u fi eke i ing powderr' .:A fourthesSc clind. was lying outside 1 • hut, avi e otgly re, out from-bet ween.the oh' the fireplice. is we a- been done bi'.t e minutee er u n int b een e , i~the ?1gb. (contents .unkti ?o .. '. likely to get..bu, u ete, ing the contents-- -' ,~one, end .aotbt over Lhe ++[et+. Y 8' A. Girl. W;~ho WanIR./ý d domesti6 ccupauuut > h inakr'A o ascwner tain the ouh th owne r o f nthe k o ipo e the door the blnean.no...

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

COACHING. COBB AND CO'S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. IAY COACH CAMPERDOWN 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. G EELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at 9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAFAMUT, PENS IHURST, AND. HARAiILTON, TnIaNCE TO MOUNT GA MBIER 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 Warrunambool 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 Hamiltoni every Monday, Wednesday, ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] MR. COOPER AND THE GARDENS COMMITTEE. (To the Editor of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

CO1l RI ,s'p (VDIANCEE.. lit is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opi nions of our correspondents.-EDrTOR.] MR. COOPER AND THE GARDENS COMMITTEE. (To the Editor of the Herald.) SIn,-According to your report of a meet ing of the Gardens Committee held at Mr Wilson's store, aletterof mine "was severely criticised." As my letter was in reply to a communication I received from the acting secretary of the Gardens Committee, and his letter and my reply (which was so roughly handled) embodied the whole of the corres pendence 1 had the honor to be engaged in with that gentleman, I think the simplest plan will be to forward you both letters, which I trust you will in common fairness insert in your next issue, so that the public may form their opinion as to whether my letter in reply deserved the severe criticism it is reported to have got. I may remark that the Gardens Committee have not yet had the courtesy to reply, so that I am still as much in the dar...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 March 1875

A1'OTES A'D EVYENTST We have made arrangements for a Mel bourne letter weekly with a gentleman of acknowledged ability in the mretropolis. The first of the series appears in our prespnt issue. - T: Hospital meeting will take place at-1 J lhk, PnhFridav afternoon Fe To , 1grEdm . Smilh, (sq., Su ,o6. ined rOfr eal Ci. enceste n old O" lOoth d old th I-have tried Bunter's N' case? o1 severe toothche, has d 00nocrty inthe stancePetmnent m lieclem Tomptotd Sold by all chemists an iniowisn therefoe strongly recom 1" s Ane wwholesa0e by Felton, Grit Vencal Atee- lbou?rne. Norms of till tMIAtds OQ 4711. F. Id. EAT eausc,&c Francois O laria Farina LOGNE in small flasks, a Fo?d at professor- pins;, pints, an quartos • r. st-rt0ct this Bau de Cologie has n t: r. ) vnuo dor " favorite of all the brands icitise'l World. fromu the old cathedral c :d to each ieas - the exquisite should reqo tirolro. , evc: ' e o,.from t . da?ggias i :ra~~m lhe kanin by it.s gre 'Sold by a4 chemistsn' a 2 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

IMPUUNDINGS. CAMPERDOWN. -. Impounded, at Cam;yierdown, by'Stuart Reid, Esq. Bay borse,, black points, saddle marked, . near- houlder.' If not claimed 'and el' d"en'es paid to be sold on 20th :rch,.1875. Andrew Walispdund. 'eper. SI10RTLAKE.-Impounded, at Mort d .ake 22nid February, 1874, by A. m 3eddes, for R.:Jameson, Esq., Worn. .', doo.--Damages £5?-1 cross-bred ram; r'red x on back. It not claimed and y; expenses"paid, to be- sold on 17th" I/March, 1875. W; Absalom,. pound Skeeper. SRoKEwoon.-Impounded at 'Roke wood,, by 'Williani': Regan, for the managers.--Red :and white steer, HO conjoined off ruip;m, red steer, face, -belly and tail white, red ring round eyes, branded C upside downunder FC near ribs;, red steer, star,?iMo off ribs, two notches off ear, lame offlore lega; red cow, white on face, back, "belly, and -:. JM".conjoined near rump.-Red : ? fer; previously advertised, now shows ::::.i'fi on.:ff :shoulder= It not claimed : and expenses paid, to be sold on 24th .:;,Al...

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THE BARRIER REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

HE THE BARRiER REEF. ii~' ris5libe-past few days a mourn ful intere.t has become attached tu a portion.of our ocean territory hitherto but- lrttle '1nown, the Gieat Barrier Reefof :AustraMia. 'When news arrived ini Melbourne of the-loss of the Gothen burg in hiinders passage there were many to \hbom the catastrophe appeared inxiplicaslAl. 'That a vessel possessing every qualificatioti for siuccessful navi gation should have succumbed to a strong gale of wind was at first con sidered incredible, but there were othier attendant circumstances which subse quently tended to remove any impres sions'of mismanagement which were at first in someccases tormed. The Gothen burg, in her capacity of a coaster be tween the pdrts of the Australian group, had become to be regarded as a colonial identity; and the fact of her loss went to make"up that widesuread feeling of intensely painful interest which has been manifested in the tfte of the 100 unfortunate human beings turned adrift on the ocean. A...

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SUPPOSED MURDER BY A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 March 1875

SUPPOSED IURDER BY A BOY, By the ketch. Alabama, which ar: ived in HItbart Town fr;om Souttiport iabout 9 o'clck:ori Satiirdiy eveting, the sad intellitentce' realihed t.?w 'that a lad naaiil- :Hobolet, ab'tit thirteen: vears odf"?ge, hait heien wilfully shit'bj a".oth;-r boy hardly eibht years of age H.oi1- was *epagel ji, splittin.g in' tlhe viciity of, Southport, and Mr Flliqtt: his :irntter, j ising thim on :'tirsday ,niimn lAstr gavi ,iuligvintion attthe Sitithport Polico Stition; and ti search was at once instituted: On I rFiiy afltonoon the hut where?a tae :boy IOtier, had Iteen, wils examined, andi whuitt Hppenred to be hmannn brains was observed scuttered. over the .ceilin;. l'iis: :of o: blood vwere noticed: on the flior. imnl outside the' hut frther traces were io be ieen, which were followed, anid tih bhiidy Wtas i;tf h?t fobiiid coii - sled ini sa1.rul;, boslht.150 yai:dc dis tit ?fru?tn the Kiit Tbie bodliy hald evi den tly: b??p ip'tgeil 'he Awhle wii, ov?ivr intld ti...

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