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A MADMAN IN AN APOSTOLIC CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 March 1875

A MiADMAN IN AN APOSTOLIC CATHOLIC CHURCH.: The following icoun t of an extraior dinary scene in a church appears in one : :,f the latest papers by tlhe English mail: S a On Sunday morning the service at t.: :trvingite Cathedral at Albury, near Gu.cLford-abuildingwhichlwas erected 1' t a o?? f nearly £60,000, by the late D'rm, -Drruamuond-was interrupted in a a somehat alarming manner. The service h roceeded to the reading of the: p?ray of hen Captain Symes, a member~ : ole congregation, was ob serve to a°s seat.- He at once h ascended the s\ and . entered the Sthis l door he stretched 'this (,.. ooý.I .hn r Zr_ tiered a reward of 500 dollars 'as, -, eloourne, sel that will pick up this '' ro ing that it proes to be thte Agent for Colac, ol her Donaldson or Grim R. EDMUN ?:. OOPER, It r however, highly impro- MURRAY. STREET hat the ugs ill find. the spot, rthe b will. haveemine FIRE INSURAN ry. Th ipodr ge left 'or . ,uis on rday light; Mr. r' _ IE NATIONAL INSURANCE COM. remaining ...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 March 1875

CAOMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN f MARKET. Saturday Evening. The . Telegraph reports :-Breadstuffs in our market do not show much change, al though wheat is reported a shade firmer. Flour is dull at. £10 10s per ton for small trade lots, but there are no large buyers at this figure. Town millors keep their rate b;forbookedorders at £1I. The sales of wheat which are small, that have come under notice this iorning, rule from 4s 7Md to 4s Sd. -There-is-nothing either in the -existing or Santicipated state of this market to lead to -- the conclusion that prices will at least for S some time alter materially. Our range for the quarter of 4s,6d to 4s 9d, the highest and lowest limits apparently will Le again vori fled by actual facts. Feeding grains are not niuch loeked for, bats coitinue to move off t- a a 6d to 3o Sd for inferior and to 4s 2d for prnime feed paccels of stout short. A good milling parcel, consisting of 2SO bags, sold at S'4Maltn Aaize remainso at nominal rates. Mla...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 March 1875

To-.moRRow will witness our annual racing tryst, and our forest glade will once more resomud with "all the fun of the course." The fields of horses for the various events are very respectable, and if Aquarius onlykeeps his watering pot turned in another direction, there is every prospect of a good day's sport taking place. One matter in connection with these races deserve a passing notice at our hands, and this relates to the handicapping. We imagine that it would give more general satisfaction in future were the horses for the District Plate weighted by local men, who wnlor necessarily have more Knowledge of them than a metropolitari handicapper 'We auderstand, if we are not greatly mistaken, that Mr Barnard has pre viously expressed a wish to be relieved from making handicaps of the kind now under notice. Those who are at the helm in Colac in racing matteis should remember this, and not compel the general handicapper to undertake a task vhich is not consonant to his feelings. lhe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 March 1875

EILLUN( EAND WESTERN S . DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL AND ORTICULTURAL SOCIET The AUT ,MN SH V of Grain, Farm and airy P oduce, Fruit, -Flowers, Veg.ett ?es, &c., will be held in the Mechlnics r il, on Wednesday. Sthe 24th March'l. ,'.i~ n " h mt e mAde with the n dr+it i . hia . hm,,-. 81 M3,?ý,m~,rel St 5, t r l,.ar. thai SATURDAY, E '01T"1 INS P.rize Li , MeCbes' ''ic, s, and every infr tntion maty be utbtaine'from James Campbell, Secretary. Geelong, March 15, 1875. EV EB V NTH ANNIVERSARY. SONS OF TEMPERANCE. COLAC DIVISION, No. 13. WILL be celebraled on EASTER * MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 29 1875,in the Oddfrllows' Hall, bya TEA and ENTERTAINMENT, rat which S Mr Brewer, and Miss HIIrison (the well and favorably known vocalists from Geelong), and several other Ladies and Gentlemen will render thei- valuable, assistance. Short addresses will also be delivered by Ir J. H. Craig, (late of Geelong), and Mr John Walls, of SCamperdown. Chairman : J. Walls, Esq., J.P. Painist: Miss E. Chap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 March 1875

COACHING. COBB AND CO'S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. hAY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every n ,esday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m S....ng through Colac at noon, and reaching "iP eelong 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, CAF AblUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, THENCE 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. 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 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

HOLLOWAY S PILLS s th' -ar1e most in repute for curing thie mu maladies -which attack, hum?ani 0 Awet and cold weather gives pie :efiialtemperatiresI In short bances of circulation, digesti li vrous energy, which at "ti ýtistonO e vast portion of the popul - : -"wholes?aie pirifying, a?d . n powers exerted by these e d i toogue becomn sclean; deco, ýtiO { proves d-ad moionuis ii tue s _e 'rendered \syj ossesses. ;':'S '-·;a COMPANIES. A USTRALIAN \IUTUALPROVIDENT iA I. SOCIETY. EstTABLlsiiiD 1849. FOR MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, &c. Registered as a ( oompan y having secured assets in Victoriu. D)ECLAR:IATION OF BONUS. The pri lical invest;gation just completed shows the following gr'and result, viz, : 1)luring the lire years ended 31st Decembenr, 1873, alter paving claims byv Death, andl imaking ample Rlesneres for tie future, the CJast.-s?rplus, or l'.ofil, exceeded a quarter of a million, eof which 23.5,185 (equal to a lteversiolnury Bonus of £(;34,744) was set aptI;, t f;r dis...

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SHOCKING DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

. SHOCKiNG DEATH.? - . TuE.following accourit f-a dreadful accident is'given bywthe Sydney. M1rn ing Herald :-"On Saturday evening a mannamed Robeit Page, about thirty four years of age, met withi his death at Wearne's Anchor Flour. Mills, at the foot of Batlurst street. At:about half past 6 o'clock on that night, Page, who was engaged in the engifie.ro?mi went' about a minute befor~ the-occurrence to the engineer, named Giles, and said to' him, ' Eicuse the light, ?Giles;'for a minute.' Page took. the lamp, and went to lookl throughli the machinery, and to feel the'bearings of the fly-wheel. About a minute after Page had taken the lamp, Gilesheard adullthud again the floor above the machinery, an hearing some boards. fall, he etopp the engine ht once, and went to s what !ad gone wrong: .l ws hlor~ i .fiel to finl tbe rody of the decvraiolt ."lvi - ng cu the,. iftrl a the en: tie-l t ut :c.loi :t o ih, - fl t.i i .iTol: ."'lb u Iuu]' \ t the ii?e i from thi mo,,th upiatda i sit-sisi...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. March 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

March It. lSSr. U.. G( 'rrlti:, Ai NI; Co. report: 'The attendaice at the various snale-roomsl t o-dey c was rather ic numeroius thlin slual, cunorisingi many of the Melbourne fell ilolersi, bsidets representiatives from nearly all our local industries. Competition was keiIu. and we have to report a firn manrkot. WoXol .--\e catalogued and sold 37 bales and -acks at the ficidermentioned figures, viz : eart waslied, fromn S0 dto l1d; pieces, friom l to 7d : locks ano sd weepings from 2d up wa'rds. Shclpskinss-We olffered about 4,200 skins to-day, and efllctcel an entire clearance at: the following prices, viz. :-Fresh but chers' pelts at 30d to 42d, for best long stapled skins; others, fromi 15d to 21d; lilabskins froml 24d to 29d ; station sorts (liry pelts, from one to four monthls' growtl ,f wool) fro(m 40d to 5;d ; fresh greasy full wooled saheepslins from 7il to Stl ; washed do fromn 1201id per lb. Hides-Salted from 9,il to 5d ; good conditioned do from 5;d to to ad : yearlings ...

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THE JEWISH DIETARY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

THE JEWISH DIIETAIRY SYSTE M. SThe dietary code relates almost en tirely to animal food. None of the products of the vegetable ecintdom are, under ordinary circumstances, forbid den, nor. is hthe manner of their use limited : .Theri is, in fuet, no refereocee to them, no dietary law whatever of practical importance, except, as I shall presently show, in connection with the Passover festival. As to animal food the first ordinance requires that the quadrupled, fowl, or fish shall be, in the Biblical sense, Sclean.' The law on that point is laid down in Leviticus xi., and is partially reiterated in Deuteronomy xiv. ; and in all the'many centuries that have since expired it has:undergone no alteration. There we we see that quadrupeds, to be fit for food, must chew the cud and be clovenfooted; and some that are clean, and a number that' are forbidden, are particularly mehtioned. To -enlarge a little on this list, we may say that among animals not eaten are, of course, the horse, the ass,...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

(:IIEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 15. l? :IS MrcsIEIISI VINErs, & Co. report: iat Cattle-A moderate supply forward ; quality, generally speaking, useful to good. The attcndance was hardly up to the aver a:;e, still competition was spirited, and prices weIre within a shade of last week's. We sbld 10 head medium quality steers -for Mir G. Naingle, at market rates ; and outside, on account of Mr W\. Willis, 50 fair quality light weight cows at £4 Ss, and 12 do at £5 5s. Fait Sheep-A small supply to hand, the majority being only second class. For bc--t sheep the demand was brisk at about ?il adiance ion late ligores ; for inferior sorts store prices were hardly offered. Our sales were on account of Messrs R. Gallop andl I. ?Jolley, 103 prime quality merino wethers at :Iss. 103 medium do light at 7s, is few culls at G. lid ; and outside, for MIr RI. Gallop, 100 priome do at 1s Gd. Fat Lambs.-A-bout O ibaiced, nearly all of which were of good rledit; - in. consequence of the sho...

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NATIVE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

NATIV~I INDUSTRY. The Contrti of I Tiesiny writes. " The Ballat \?noi .ll Coini, .ny in meeting with hlenty of success. It has entirely ron ouut, of sliawls. and indeed, not to dlis;ppoiut its customers, has sentd:nt all. its, saniphls. It has orders f1,r 400 or 500 still unsti4fied, but this difliculty will snorn 0"e got over when the new trhminery is -et in motion. PThe lI:e i stock of flannel in the conmllany -stores is ,dis:appwaing like snow in spring, as 1 ti draipers are laying in large ,t;lcks of lillarat flannel for tihe winter se-sod.. Three extra hlndlooms were l rniredi froih n Ballarnt builder Ion Saintdty. All ufuufacturing . work was stopled on 'l'lTrssday night, it, order to tak e down the old and erect the new engines. This latter has been very cmeditably manufoctured by Messrs. Walker, Ilickiman, and Co., of Drmmonml street, and uill work upo to 150 indi cated horse prower. The design is biy Mr P. Matthews, n engineer of this town. Work, it is hoped, will be r,- su...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

B \ ALLA rAT' LVE STOCK MARKET. March 17. . M .G1s i:,l CiLSx report:-Fat 'faitlc.--523' yarded on this occasion, and were principally of a most useful description, with several pens of prime. There was a lar 4 t teendance of the trade, who did noit appear to operate freely at the opening sale, hbut- wlelo blttea; ittle were submitted there :is a decidedl ?uprovcment in the compe tition, and all lot were cle;arcdat satisfactory igs. .\.vera;ges:---r Neil Black, S Nit ullhck;.-. ff'":s, 8ti stores, £10 lis id; AMr ]ariO:, i012 blidocks, £110 Is Id, 4 cows, .£9 2.1; Mr enkins, 113 hullocks, S 2s 3d ; Mr '. Olddie,oG cows, £5 9sSi,. We sold-l10 tcad. for ~"!r J. Britt, bullocks from .£12 2s (;d, to ,C 2s t d, cows £10 17s (ld to £7 17s aid. Fat Calves.-3l lpenned, principally ",'ci quality, and sold at high rates. VWe 'sold ii, for?i Mir . oIomm, to -ds. Fat Shedi.--9O(i6 yarded, including two or three drafts of very line crossbreds. There wasan average attendiance of buyers, and all g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

T E GENUINE WHEELER AND WILSON SEWING'.MACHINE is the only machine warranted to give'satisfac tion, We respectfully askc the Public not to be mislead by the puff of our "Rival of frmer years." The number of Sewing Machi:ese imported (like other goods) is no criterion of the num ber sold, the evidence .of lwhich lieutinfthe fact that Mielbourne is overstocked ,with the .implortations of 1874. Reasons why the.. WHEELER AND WILSON .. Sewing Machitie. Is for superior to the " Singer." The W..and W. will do more work, and do, it better. The W. and W, is much imore durable. It will last s .lifetime, and run for .years without repiir. The' W. sad V.W is easier to ork than tn the Singer. The W. and '?, is not so liable to get out of ororder. - The V. and .V Ihas no..cog wheels to wear away and break, as has the Singer. The WV and VWW. has no ] hcy-machinesy to tise and wearys the feet, as has the Singer. Tlie W. a W.; .i more simiple iii action. The.\V. aud W. h?as less'veArtalndear.-., The...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

JMELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. oMarch 17. JOllN GEO. UOI-IIART reports :-Fat Cattle.-Last Wednesday's prices were not sustained to-day. The supply, 1553, was "not as largo as last week, but the condition - was superior, all heavy and useful weights. Quotations :-Best pens bullocks £10 to £13 s ; cows £5 10s to £7 15s. My sales were , 120 bullocks from tihe Heart station for Mr James Baker, to -£13 5s, at the highest ave rage of the week; 225 bullocks frrows: - \Hllockato £10 2s:6d, cows To.£9 7s 6 ; 20 . for-Mr Owen M'Donald, to £11 "s 6d; V some odd lots. Fat Calves.-Only 80 d forward. Prices ruled ,high. I sold s raft for Mr Howse, to £4 17s. Fat Sheep. ,100 yarded, being the smallest number red for two orthree months; consequently e was an animated demand at the begin of the market, and everything cleared at satisfactory prices. Quotations ers 11 to 14s; owes, very few forward. ambs.-1530 forward, which we dis of at last rates.. 1 sold-About 170 in S for Mr Pellenger, Mr Robert Mo...

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AN APPROACHING TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE. (Spectator, January 16.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

AN- APPROACH-ING TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE. (Spectator, January 16.) An important total solar eclipse will occur on April 5. Unfortunately, the path of total shadow lies for the most part on the Indian Ocean, and the to tality will last longest at a place in the open seas due south of the Indian Empire. Still, a portion of the line of totality crosses the land, meeting the peninsula of Farther India close by Tenasserim, and passing thence over Bangkok, the capital of Siam, to Hune in Cochin China; after which, skirting the island of lninin and traversing the Bashee Islands, between Formiosa and the largest of the Phillipine Islands, the track of totality passes onwards to the Pacific, where the shadow'leaves the earth, Before reaching lFarther .India, however, the shadow crosses theb group of islands called the Nicobars, between Sumatra and the Aridamans; and. it is lier tic' t the i ost favorable places, in an astronomical sense, are to be found for observing the eclipse. For at IK.aikul...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

THE electors of the South 'Western Province have now two candidates before them seeking support, namely, Mr G. F. Belcher, of Geclong, and Mr E. A. Wymnne, of Ballarat. We pub lish in our present issue the addresses of both candidates, and the electors fromn these will be able to judge closely as to thie merits of the two candidates. Mr Belcher in August last received a very numerously and hifluentially signed petition asking him to come forward for the seat vacated by the retirement of the I-Ion. 1. C. lHope. That gentle man, however, declined for good and sufficient reasons, not made public at the tine of receiving tihe requisition. Mr Belcher has been long and favorably known throughout this district, and hirM advanced and liberal views on mattdrs political would be of great service should Ie be returned to the Legislative Conncil for theSouthslesterPsm '"? ,r-T Council from ten to six-years, and also I lesires an increase in the number of representatives, and the reduction of th...

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THE VINTAGE IN THE ALBURY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

THE VINTAGE iN '1 IE ALBURY DISTqIOT. The vintage in this district has now fairly commenced, and in the course of another week will have become general. Thanks to the rain which fell some weeks since, the prospects of the yield are most encouraging, both as regards quantity and quality, and the result, of the present vintage are likely to ex ceed even those of the year 1872, which was a most favorable season to the vine grower. So far as it has been tested the must has proved exceptionally good and the vines in every direction are looking healthy. The freedom from disease which has been so general this year, is oving in some measure, no doubt, to tile long term of dry weather experienced at theim beginning of the season, which had the effect of keeping the growth within bounds and so ren, dering the vines more amenable to the sulphur treatmen', but the immunity is principally due to the fhact that almost every vigneron, recognising the advan tage of sulphuring', used the bellows uns...

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ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

At an mnsis nwr lin~ if tue o nf ' Dean, Itrest, .at. iu:ierfrd, .J'. solved io??crcl. five p:. ' tionle in; wr a -es, as l"t, masters last week. Mr 'Disraeli has, it., tolMir Gladstone express at,, ife exs-cchief's ret ire. leaders?ip of lie Oplosit . utterance- to the i 15os simp:athetic srntimtuuts. \e!hen GOi i]slili took" Italian . Prliatament, so thront, outside that hit four, hoIrs in reaching ti reception. the General ti was,so enthusiastic th: threatened. to clear the g baldi on. qaoittiig, tl!e:. ceived ,with. deafening cl 191,, Serjeant BItllant accepted a brief to defen fromu!the, ciha?rges broug by.-the Indian Govern Lonidon for Bombay.' 1 that, hisfec-is 6,000 gui .The .Vew York li1; a number-of bets were bids for pews in Plyl .v'ould- fall :off this yea contrary, thLey., have rist valuations amounted in 12;GSO dol.; but the fre choice reached 58,:'0 the total- revenue 71,1 first choice o: ahl so ': f: year, btut; brIught 550 Ther;a:ai- 500 ht' e s,-:ts. A, visit.. to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

COACHING. COBB AND CO'S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. DAY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m passing through Colae at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, a?d Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT MAIL. GEELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, an 9.50 p. inm., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAIAMUT, PENS HIURST, AND HAMILTON, TIIENCE 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 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 Fr...

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COMMERCIAL. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 March 1875

a L icLtsifii - .luriii 1l i: ( t. i ll o, and 'a ccl i a l tohe :a.;r;itid, in rion ! ci "1 Ii~" t0 £4 , toli. : ., .~. i~~un Gd too I "

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