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DEATH BY DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 March 1875

DEATH BY DROWNING. An accident ofi sad nature, resultingr 'in the death by drowning, of Mr:' Cor nelius Tippett, of the firm of Tippett and B3arker, -contractors, occurred at the mouth of Bream Creek on -last Thursday afternoon. In the morning Mr Tippett, accompanied by his wife, son, and daughter, his nephew, and some other friends, proceeded' to Picnic Point, Bream Creek, en a pleasure trip. They enjoyed themselves in each other's company until. after dinnee'?- htn they strolled about in difterent .dirsCtions. Mr Tippett and a" farmer from -oblap, named John Dew-ar, went' fishLingi in the creelt,till, tired of that-amusement, they trelinqrtished their rods and lines and went down. to the beaech. The de ceased proposed to have a swim in the sea, and asked the others to accompany him; but his nephew and son, remark lng that they were afraid of the sharks, pteferred a hath in-the creek. For, this purpose they wentabount 800 yards up the creek, leaving Mr 'fippott, who commenced to zn...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 March 1875

EASTER MIONDAY SPORTS. TIIE following are the handicaps for the above Sports : FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' HANDICAP. 100yd? 200yds 300yds Thomas Gleeson scratch scratch scratch John Gleeson 3yds Gyds Syds Peter M'Oallum 4yds 9yds 15yds John Willis -iyds 9yds 15yds James-Woodls 6yds Ilyds I1yds John Lee 8yds 14yds 20yds Maurice Tracey Syds 14yds 20yds HURDLE RACE, 200 YARDS., Thomas Gleeson .., scratch John Gleeson ... 6yds William Webster ... 9yds John Wilson ... 12yds John Smith ... 15yds The nominations for Steeplechase will be open till 2 o'clock on day of Spoits.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 March 1875

. CO. (L El? cIA L. MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MAIRKET. Saturday Evening. The Age reports :--The closing day of week is not one upon which large transaitions arm usually entered into, andl to-day :formed no exception to this rule. Breadstuff's are fully mnintainted, the market being lightly 501 "plied i'ith both wheat and lloir, tie offerings *continuaingon 0n exceediegly moderate scale ; the bakers demand for the latter, lioweser, .is slael cenirg, the large contracts made with the city mullors during the past few weeks -1raing to a great exteit closed this outlet 1o0 101110 tinle to coul, amlld as there is no cxpqrt trade to filU back 1po0, a period of iinictisit3 iia sy foi'ly be lookdd forward to, anlost the only besineos rexmaiiiing to bo c riiel oi being the cospletion of the con tlracts selfi~ed to* W Vheat is saleable at 4s 8d for Nortlleln, lat as son01 of the country msarlkets 11.ave adsalnced slightly, some im p1rovement on this price may be required. loril"- thll enSlaill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 March 1875

COACHING. ??d]?,:? r·?J-?.. ..? ~ =~t COBB A'D CO'S ROYAL MAlL TELEGRAPH LLNE OF COACIIES. n5A COACH CAMPERDOWVN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m isassing through Colae at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s hoolkig Otlice, Geelong every Monday, WVcdneoday, anl Friday, at 9 a.mn. NIGhIT MAIL. GEELOIG TO' "WARLRNAlBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at 9.50 p.in., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to i ONrTLAKE, CAP AMUT, PENS IHURST, AND HlAMILTON, TSILNCIE TO MlOUNT GAMB1ER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate l:ost towns, leaving Gcalong every Monday, Wednesday anid Friday; at 9.50 tiim. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Booking Ollicc, Geeloog, daily (Saturday excepted). at 9.50 p.m. for Warrnaotbool and Belfast, retur'ning front Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 10.30 a.t., on Sundays at 4 in.m. andl from Warrolbolt daulby (Satturdays ex cepted) at l p.mi., Ont Stldays at 6 a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 March 1875

Iv seems to us that there is something radically wrong respecting the manner in hvlich the Shire Inspector performs his duties with reference to the eradica tion of tisistles in this slire. There is now any quantity of thistles on several reserves in this shire, ·particularly (Jalvert's reserve, where they may be seen in all their rank luxubhtnce, stand ing fully thaee feet in h~eight,, and scattering their seed-over the adjoining country in. all directiosis. Thin is a state of things which reqluires remedying or else the whole of the shire -will be overrun with thsese pests. As it is, considerable damage has already been done through the gross neglect which has prevailed over this, what some people may" think a very trifling matter, but wyhich is in reality a very important one. Thousands upon thonsands of thistle seeds have ah'eady gone forth on their destroQtive enrrand, and the neglect which has allowed this kind of thing to obtain, will take a long time to remedy. It is highly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 23 March 1875

PRELIMINARY NO ICE. P1.°, N N I s IWill ar an early date (doe notice of which will b' given) sell by public iuction at MIr Atexander M'Lran's IFarm, Osidit- 500 Vailuiablse Sheep,.' Waggons, Carts. l-Iorses, Ploughs, H ar ness, Pigs, and Poultry. 1 RIDAY, Onda :APRIL. A.t GERES near Learmonth. SECOND GRAND ANNUAL SALE of Mir BatllS LOKG-WOOLLED SHEEP. i? AOCL E0D and KELLY have much i-p?e..ph'asure in announcing that the S :cenl tarnd adliiibal Sale of Mr Bath's Lc-!tlirated Lincoln-and Leicdster Sheets will he held a- Cores, near Learinonth, on ,ii v, i nd April next, commencing atoem o'u lock, when there will be offered iii lets to suit pusrcrhasrs : ' 3:30 Pete Leicester. Ewes;'nmostly 2 -nd 4-tooth. 100 Leicester Ewes, do. do., in limb to pure Leicester Ramns. S41S Li,,'-L' Ewes, 2, 4, 0, and 8 teeth, in Iamb to pure.Lin coIn Rams. Also, -90 Pure Lincoln ewe Lambs, 5 .do. Ram do. . 5 Pure Leicester Ranm Lambs. a , do. Rams,°2and - tooth. 1Catalogues are now ready and may be h'id...

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COLAC POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 14TH SEPTEMBER. (Before Messrs. Dennis and Rout, J.P.'s.) CHARGE OF BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

C OOLAC POLICE COURT. SI TUESDAY, 14-rm SEprEMBER. SBefor, Messrs. Dennis and Rout, J.P.'s.) C . 1ARCE OF o URULARY. Johli Davis, John Miller, and George - ."Wehster were charged with burglariously fentering the store of Messrs. Morrison and Stewart, at Colac, on Sunday, the 29th August last, and stealing therefrom sundry articles of clothing. SSuperintendent Furnell conducted the The prisoner pleaded i ot guilty and were u I ndefended. Davis, who is the wounded Snin, is only about 20 years of age, Miller is no more than 18, hnd Webster is about 13 S or 14 years of aje. The following evidence was given : f icihard Morrison deposed that he belonged to the firih'of Morrison and Stewart, store keepers, Colac. Re?mcmbered Sunday, the S. 9th August last. 'On that evening 1went to c church about half-past six o'clock, and re turned a little after eight o'clock. Then Sfound that a vindow at,the rear of the pre mises hadi]coti forced open. It must have been so forced with vitnething similar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

v va young woman can o, Swhile she is twisting u iand has hutmouth.f is a mystery not yet 'people have peculiar constitu urk Twain once complained, S interval of idleness,' This i tween meals is killing me. " merit paper, OLLOW C PILLS.-Week Stomach.- wisest ca ot enumerate one-quarter : distressic sympthoms arising from : bled digesti , all of which might ble ly dispelled these admirable Pills. y remove all an easant.taste from the ith flatulency, an coustipation. Hol y's Pills rouse the tomach, liver, and y other organ, the eby helping diges to that haltlhy t ne which. fullyen it to convert alt we eat and drink to nourishment or r hbodies. Hence Pills are the a rest strengtheners Ssafet estorati es in nervouseess : ?'' ,and chronic d ility. Holloway' ninfallible rem ie for impaired o eructations, da multitude f isagreeable sy toms which render le the lies af thoasands. These e appcoueby all classes.--Asvi. - ihat ois quotedl at 5s..d tO Sdred Bo1310od vice of mares. nnl, Ranger is...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

1 URS unre mls, W the survey of the CapPatter'sori coal fields at a point near Venus ]3ay,3 terminating at, the 38th'.phrallel of latitude in' the north; in the east by' the 147th: degre .of longtitude; and on.the southlat Wilsoi:e Promontory and' the islands ;ir. 'Bass's Straits. The map was commenced on the 28th July, 1873;: and will be'found a valuable addition to the geological map of the whole colony that is beiing prepared. The various .portions are colored according to the different strata and nature, of the soil.? . he :greater portion of the area embraced in the map is occupied by the mezzozoic car bonaceous rocks in which seams of coal occasionally occur. All the known outcrops have been examined by Mr. Murray very carefully; but in no in stance have any workable seems ýbeen found anywhere. No fossils; in fact have been found 'indicating the ex istence of any :deep leads similai to those of New South Wales and Tasmania. The Lang' Lang coalfield district has been carefully ...

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LOST AERONAUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

. .: LO '-AERONAUTS. SChicag 18th July.-The fate. of ;"ionaldsi?- and his companion, v4io 5ileodaway in Barnum's great air-ship, is till undetermined, thugh, as days ass by, doubt bins r give way to te 'seeming certa'.that both men )ive perished. A. sPial came to hand fhis morning from Gboien, Indiana, with the intelligence that on Friday last a balloon was seen floating over that city; but additional advices prove that there were no men in the balloon, p sent up by a ?tis in Michigan. order, if possibleto pick up some bris of the balloon, a tug has been ising on the lake for twenty-four urs, out returned tlus evening with t a single fac\k ~l' captain, of the ooner Presto, .ich arrived to-day, )orts he saw the body of a man float g in the lake, about fifty miles north st of Grand Haven, and, as that is out where the balloon is supposed to de encountered the storm, it is not improbable that the remains are those one of the miFpn? men. By some sange stupidity ;- umade no effort to ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

" a young woman can n while she is twisting uXe ir and has har mouth f is a mystery.not yet people have peculiar oonstit ??rk Twain once complained, interval of idleness, ' This :ink tween meals is killing me.' meric paper. OLLOWA PILLs.-Week Stomach..- isest ca at enumerate one-quarter a distressi "sympthoms arising from bled digesti , all of Which might be ly dispclled these admirable Pills: yremove all uno easant.taste from the th; flatulency, an constipation.. Hal y's ills rouse the tomachb liver, and y other organ, the eby helping diges to that healthy t noe which olly en-, it to convert all we eat and drink to nourishment or r bodies. Hence SPills are the a rest strengtheners : eafest restorati es in nerivousness iand chronic d ility. Holloway'vs i hmfalliblea rem dies for impaire a ercotations, da multitude?if isagreeable sy toms which render lete eiaces ~f thoasands. These a approved lby all classaci .-ADvi 7dr~d Ju: l RG US S lAO DA' 'By Ace bshont of Ile this schso he t vi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

idciiieyi, l w lo anunr Shois:rb firmness / s o o'er e " (-rep -- The m?ovealer .' markets are:st araetelased "by Ssluggishness, but a umore hopeful ferregin toin ein ground, engerte f avorable change in; the, eather. 1+' : ' :.?parwtial" employme arm fc ed to in glo l just to hand T 27,, 1875. 1 . ____BU__ BU j JRSERIES. J.G: t B - SOOTMA S D 18600 EGS to annB of Colac a the whole ofhiss ,. . ?uerous customers for BO0oTS H Sireot their attention is ored S4;d healthy Stock of i n ere a nental and Flow- astita n ovand under co; . " ?ibs Fruit Trees &c. Aswithe ainfro\ve St. All orders over able offerwill be, . - . pt of P.O. Orde or o ble .offe Onions, Is per oz. i ii Kaddish, 4d do. GEOR .G;E . iCress, 4d do. M.ustard, 4d do. CORDIAL M{A. Spiuach, 6i do. 'n Turnips,4d do. (oie in the employ, Beet, 8d do. c Oe' ' arrow, pumpkin, WiSHES to1 s?s 6d per packet. iing Trade; an . seeds 3s to 6s per rally, that he h 6dges, Acacia, Ar- as bo, and h Lemonade, So 's Superlatiove,and ....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

CoI:NsTEINAIION" has p 4. the ranks oftlie;Sabbatarian elibourne,' because Mr Fairclough gentlemen connectedi ithethethea profession, intimated his intention viig sacred eitals in the Town on ? Sunday evenings, and that the lie would he charged for admissio the' same. This was too nmui? to orne quietly byi the Sabbatainiani p Visions of ll kindsof Sabbath cration imine diatelyu appeared, in t twisted imila ginations, the couri? in danger of all sorts of d dul gs hotild this Ii?o ble profanation permitted b It vas therefore to attempt to iitthe ninveent e " bud, and witlh 5ins end m: view a utation was ap pointed towait p Mr Gatehouse; the MayorifMes o e, and that very inthilerant'. unco g individual, Me mes Balfour, for one~ of-the a putation: But t good peon le reconed withoutth oia: The Mayoser of Melbourne prove to be made of sterner stuff than t imagined, and these gentlemen had retire from the position they had ken up. Ani attempt was made frighten Mr. Gatehouse by show that,,a...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

YO.CTES AND EVEENTVl - Ae iattempt is being made to improve t a state of the road neHr :the Royal Hotel deepeniing the side drain. .Somethling, hfoif'? ever," should _be done to the footpath. It should be lower6e coisiderably, and a proper batter imade .A present the wate lodges rightin the middle of the path, and as theie is no get away for it, there it remains, and the path becomes' a iregular' puddle. The footpath all the way to the Barongarook lridge in Murray-street. i in a -mbst dis graceful state, and those members of the Cbrangamite Riding Who are always so fond of boasting hownobly: they have served the ratepayers, should try at the Council meeting to-morrow to endeavor to have this remedied. The money thrown away on the weighbridge and fencing in the Market Square would havq made all the footpaths in Colac good,, and .thenleft a considerable balance: .Con plaints are frequently made to us by parsodns who attend the English Church respecting the state of the footpaths in th...

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COLAC POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. [?] J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

(OLAC POLICE '1 WTEiDNESDAY, OCTOBE (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. J.Is.) W. J. Donshay was brough chged with obtaining chattels under fi eteec, to wit, one horse, saddle, as tanl khe property of AIr. John Hanies,l re. Mr. Hancock appeared for t sed. Inmnediately the case was callI IMr. HancoCk applied for a remand u Elny next, as Donshay wished' to it nesses for the defence from Ca r n, and also that he (Mr. Hancock) t time to be fully instructcd by c' T He also applied that the accue d gLt the meantime be admitted to'bil. Senior-constable Hall opposedthoimds From what Donlshlay lhad stated to bai,1 prosectioen was .ully. phepared to aduiit | correctness of what the Casamperois | nesscs were able to swear. He-had' t o sideralle trouble got Mr. Hainies:to cme\ ?'olae that day, in order to have tle ca heard. The accusedhiad bgged him tolha the ease brought before the Bench as oon Spossible, easd lnow a remasid was askeil l \fo if the Bench would allow it, he would pro deed with the ease...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

---------·li:ihi,7 - Lo i( - - t t u F al -ife - / ij heat is qooted ait 5s 1 to YS Mini' iii 'ill eas o diph th lng oe tia, . -,.'.y .4- .....o t of ,?leo .n , 1 .?1 u to tiolef tieho. b t a sP atndiog; Uile dia eaies of the liverno d mctk1661rel Theoboeiread carefully will noaahr eletteo lsd liadneyo, lalpitition of the rheart,0lumbago e o Mc-tn n of 'The above sente nc read lumber - oi o . r 1 . I .? O jE' bpt'o lf dmirblyto lrge nAm - H o le h v e (oft a e e femalle i'iorer oeio er aptiunsl, nod :?"-"? .*:?, is ''e "sh,47,-, " w "I - "O Inw t?, -.. - .r nd 'i a l ts in a . nd es, i cl fro ?i; % ý€ - - in Xn, - oui f -r ange , . . . . T 1:-, .. most thorough 1uanahei of the blood, andt at a._ctio n an d Iron h i s.. I orC mtit erMLn Comi nga" lv i "y t" t o vefory,, a,. tra . a- e a-?e .-ta u p'orbull? ? ""ook peigto oneirt g r o~os? TEtE '' o n n Thel hostion, n ndfron I . \ fi 'n oalit oa1 I c in mertisemenen ot theh andqcuality, car o l bat all ore h f e n n S A.-,? ' bgtamngi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

. hois - .:..-coite -" 4rre; n tile 'id in tiec~hqurches. 'ljere een considerable hosrile feul g among the lower-classes, owing to some regulations requiring dealers to ?.use a new marklet-place. While mat riters were in this.state a.priest, named Palacros, preached a violent sermon against the constituted authorities on the 20th ult. That evening a mob ??.iise, attacked thb\Cabildo, and libe rated some 200 perns. They then r.ceeded to assault the small garrisons the Cuartel, and killed Generals ipinosa and Castro. They cut the , mer to pieces, and threw the pieces aeach other, and split the skull of Eg'eral Castro and threw him over a ,iol, where he was picked up by his 7iasther, and died in three days.. The 'i ders and garrison were nearly all 1?ia ltassinared and many prominent : a?e ens killed. After this the fanatic set fire t sixteen houses with k seio e. Before'the ltol was entirely S'drtroyed it fortuna.,appened that i;HB.M. ship Fantone s at La Union, i ere she landed 1r ma...

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THE FIVE GREAT EXHIBITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

'.IVE.GREAT ENfIBI STIONS. \ '0London Times has published the w )ving ori the subject of the five 1 teat 'Exhibitions b 'tlie world:' ,'The Great Exhibitibon of 1851 held in London was. opened on Ist"May, and remained open' for "payment. for l141 days. The number of yisitors was 6,;39,195, and .424,022 wasI received for admissions. The Exposition Univer selle of 1855 at Paris wais opened on the 15th May,ah'd remained open 200 days, Sunday includbd. ' The number of visitors was 5,162,383, and £128,099 was received for admissions.- *The In ternational Exhibitions of 1862 in London ias opened on the 1st May, and remained open 171 days. The number of visitors was 6,211,103, and £408,530 was received for admissions. The Exposition Universelle of 1867 at Paris was opened on the' IstApril, and remained open 217 days, Suidays included. The number of visitors was no less than'8,805,969; and £420;735 was received for adiiissions. The Uni-. versal Exhibitions of 1873 at. Vienna was opened on t...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

NOTES AND EVENTS. Mr E. A. Wynne, who is candidate for a seat in the Legislative Council for the South Western Province, accompanied by Major W. C. Smith, Mayor of Ballarat, paid Coloa a visit on Wednesday last, in order to "woo the sweet voices " of the electors for the Upper House. Mr Wyynne intended to have held a public meeting, but in consequence of the Oddfellows' Hall being otherwise en gaged, hle was unable to do so. Mr Wynne met, with a fairly satisfactbry reception. These two gentlemen also paid a visit to Bir regurra next morning, and made an active canvass in that locality. Mr Belcher does not seem to be popular with the Birregurra people, who object to the principles enume rated in his address. Mrs James Hills has on two or three oc casions lately suffered the loss of several young turkeys, which have been stolen from about the premises. The thief or thieves exercised 'a wise discrimination 'while in dulging in their passion for " free selection after survey " in the po...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. M SAugust 16. MESSRS .IELLISII, VIYES, & Co. report :- Fat Cattle--63 head yarded, a number quite inadequate to the requirements of the trade, consequently prices rose from 30s 40s per head on last week's rates. We sold for Mr: Alex. Lang, Ondit, 40 good quality medium weight cattle, at from £11 to £17 7s 6d foe 'bullocks; average £14 Os 8d; coe,, from £9 12s 6d to £13 2s 6d, average £10 l1s 6d; and for Mr G. Hope, 2 bullocks at £11 7s 6d. Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moderate supply, :an.prices quite equal to last week's rates. Z3We sold for Mr C. J. bWhyte, MIeltham, 86 good quality light-weight wethers and ewes, at 15s and ils respectively; for Mr.. Georgo Hope, 163 good quality small ewes, at 10s Gd; for Mr XV. H. Bullivant, Barwon Park, 350 fair quality wethers; and for Mr P. M'Intyre, Shelford, 161 cull ewes at market rates. Fat Calves.-No good calves yarded. Sales remain at about last week's prices. Fat Lambs--In good demand, and very few coming f...

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