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

ow a young woman can S wile she is twisting u on cesslr and has her mouth f er 0 is a mystery not yet :tos people have peculiar constitu ers rk Twain once complaiied, re' interval of idleness, This; kind eeLtween meals is killing me.' meric paper, - OLLOw PILLs.-Weak Stomach. wisest ca ot enumerate one-quarter e distresit sympthoms arising from ebled digestio all of which might .be i'y dispelled I these admirable Pills: y remove all un sant.taste from the flatulency, an onstipation. Holi ay'sPills rouse the mach, liver, and y ether oran, the y helping diges to that healthy e which fully en it to convert alt e: eat and drink to nourishment or r bodies... Hence STills are the s est strengtheners th afest resterati a in nervousness ti and chronic d ity. Holloway's nfalibhlet rem iev for impaired eruetations, da multitude if greeable sy oms which render c thCelivee I'thousands. These aPproved ýa all ascs.--AnDyT:. t 1 1 7s Gd to 5s to 5s 3 fod R GUS S INi B A hs out of I3 SyAcu b~.ol If...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK REPORT. March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

WA?S?RNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK REPORT. March 27th. Mlessrs Hcpburn, Leonard and Rugg re port :--Cattle.-We sold for various owners small drafts of store cows from £3 12s to £4 ; young heifers and ycarling - from?ec2-to&-. 13s ; milking cows from £4 to £6 12s 6d. lorses.-Light harness horses, £6 17s Gd to £12 7s Gd; heavy draughts from £12 to £27 ; blood colts,-£10-10s to £25. Pigs.-Stores, 15s to 23s Gd; suckers, 4s to 7s. Some fat pigs sold up to 78s each. Sheep.-Crossbred ewes, Ss eaclh.

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

per - neti all( hoi S-{t - -On tho a:d in the churches. There een considerable hostile feel g ng the lower-classes, owing to Ssotme regulations requiring dealers to ?se a newn market-plce. While mat. tersifere in this state a.priest, named Palaos, preached a violent sermon a i the constituted authorities on ,ult. That evening a mob r e ttacked the Cabildd6, and libe r ome 200 persins. They then P .d to assault the small garrisons t Cuartel, and killed Generals and Castro. They cut the pieces, and thrlew the pieces t other, and split the skull of :-'Gisoei Castro and threw him over a Sl here he was picked up by his t and died in three days.. The s and garrison were nearly all es ed, and many prominent illed. After this the fanatic Sb fire to sixteen houses with k B3eforethe to' was entirely t d it tortuna'ftAlv appened that ship Fantone s at La Union, 'wmha"`ie landed h nr marines, who "th some troops.from Amaplia, ,ondas, to march to the relief of San Mi id put down the mob. Curate ...

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

O: LOST. AERONAUTS. Chicago, 18th July.-The fate ol naldson and -his companion, who led away in Barnum's great air-ship, 4still undetermined, though, as days is by, doubt 'gins give way to e seeming certa that both men vtAye perished. A special came to hand Smorning from Gbsien, Indiana, with the intelligence that on Friday tiit a balloon was seen floating over h'it city; but additional advices prove f there were no men in the balloon, ich probably as a small hot-air sent up by a ?ius in Michigan. rder, if possiblefto pick up some is of the balloon, a tug has been sing on the lake for twenty-four s. but returned this evening with a single fackh \ '~ captain of the oner Presto, A ch arrived to-day, rts he saw thd body of a man float in the lake, about fifty miles north .of Grand Haven, and, as that is t where the balloon is supposed to * encountered the storm, it is not robable that the remains are those ne of the mif:.n- men. By some nge stupidity b!- iade no effort to ter the body,...

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FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

FRIGHTFUL ACOIDENT. The. South Australian Advertiser states that Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, who iLad both her. legs amputated at the Adelaide Hospital, owing to an acci dent which occurred on board the iluiiray steamer Princess Royal, died on Tuesday morning, 3rd August. It was supposed that she was progressing faverably towards recovery, but a cliange for the worse set in suddenly. Respecting the accident, we take othe subjoined from the Jfapunda Berald;: -"The poor woman's account of thg accident is: as follows :-She say; tha't she has been' twice married,' her ''first husband's name being Jose. Shoohad three chilhren by ?him, who he?ae been adopted by Captain Tvrell, of the Blin mag?iMine. By. lier second. husband she :has.' one child, a baby about,'hine months old. Her second husbiad -left hr:fafier soine qiarrel, about a imo~tl~ biack arid she; being in. destituiti? :e cuimstances; baod, m passage fom the captain of the above-named;steamiei from a wood-outting: station on thn _Iurra...

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

T ? MASONS AND 0C PEN Teniders will ece ed until Mow - AnY APRIL. 5GH,?,or several small buildings, Plans and sp cfi?htions be seen at the Polwarthdlill, Colac. : The lowest or" any tender no ces sarily accepted. ;-ALEX.- HAMILTON. lENDERS wanted unftil. Saturday.' dbyt 19ih'inst. for MAAKING DAMS. Sans d kspecificaionis at the.ol. lered .. sese west or any tender not nece 'nI:EX HAMILTON GOVERhlMENT ADVERTISEMENLTS. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS1875-76. FOURTH CALL. Fp?ENDERS are hereby invited, and will L be received until Noon of Thursday, the twenty-ninlth day of April. 1875, for the conveyance of Post Office Mails asundermen tioned, from the lt July, 1875, to 30th June, 1,76. The covers of Tenders for these services must be endorsed "Tenders for Fouuth Call.', Tenders are required to bie written on a form, printed copies of which may be had gratuitously, on application at any post office in thi colony, aud must bear the bona fide sig atume and addresses of the teiderer, and ot two respon...

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A QUADRUPLE EXECUTION AT BANGKOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

A QUADRUPLE EXECUTION; AT BANGKOK. The culprits were four--an.. incen diary, sentenced to have his hands .cut off; a murderer, to be ripped open; the third, a political offenider; to be ,delivered to wild beasts; ani the fourth a blasphemer,, to have his head chopped off. The executioners mdde full speed, grinding their axes and sabres, dress ing the furnace and "preparing the~i bellows. The incendiary :came first and. tendered his wrist,' and his /haind was imm'diately aeen flying in thesair The mutilati6n did not appear to affect him much, and hey went amongst the crowd to witness the following execu: tions.. The murderer next took a seat on a stone, and whilst-they are cutting intch' his abdomen he keeps biting. a banana. The sufferer is then seen to gnosh his tee", . and; under. horrible convulsions, : the banana, and sinks to rise li, .:.ore. The traitorteo: the king: is meanwhile looking dohi a, den speaking to the tigers, and re'coi. mending them to sharpen their appe= tites....

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. .March 31. Dal. Campbell,- Iepburn, & Co. report : .Fat Cattle.-1274 head forward for the week, all of which were penned and sold to-day. JThe supply consisted of several drafts from Gippsland and the Westward, and the quality of the whole was good and useful. There was a large attendance, but the mar hot oipnceda without animation, but, as the sales piogressed, prices hardened, and closed firm at fully last week's rates. ? We-quote Best pens bullocks, frofn £11 12s 6d to £13; a few to £14; second do, £10 to £11 ;.good and useful, £8 10s to £910s ; inferior, £6 10s to £7.; The following are the principal ave rages :--Baker's Gippsland bullocks, £11 Gs Gd; Mlewburn Park, £10 17s; Boisdale,:£ll lls 9d; Sindenow £10 7s ; Finlay's; West ward, £10 10s 3d. Fat Calves.-100 forw;ard, which were in excess of requirements, and only best quality were in demand." We quote-Prime vealers, from 60s to 75s ;so cond do, 45s to 55s; inferior, 25s to 30s. Fat Sliec...

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

/ - -- "' '>&fhcat' is qunotedl drcd, , , Yo n "s n er is;,* :,,. " color, stnds 15 han; - c vry hanhd6ne it?' . '" ,., ction, and rom his a nd quality, cannot I he . ckneys, h untr or . "p . -s "l " •I h b e *rches. 1'hr( Con i o iderable hostile feo 9,?g among the lower-cmasses, owin t ainse the t onstituted authoritie o the er0th int tse?eateo Wning ae maob arose, attacked thl\Ca-ilo an Jibe. prated some 200 pernts. Theey then proceeded to assault the small au,, Espinosa and Castro. They? cut the 1 .ryuerto pieee, nnd the the pieces at each other, and split the skull Of General Castro and threw hiu'over a wall, :where he was picked up by his m6ther;' and died in 'three days.. The soldiers and. garrison were nearly all Ossassinared, and many promine.t ciitzens killed. After this the fanatic "a.b set fire-t sixteen houses with kerosene. Before?Ihe tol was entirely detroyed it lortunayappeed that 1.!.M. slip Fantone s at LaTUnion, where she landed r' narines, who united w...

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SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

SANDHURST LIVE STOCK IMAlKET. March 30. MIESSRS J. C. T ALKEIi LT?D CO. report: Fat Cattle.-806 yarded, about one quarter of which were inferior; the rest ranging from middling to prime. On the whole the mar ket was dull, owing to the holidays anid prices were lower-than last week by 10s per ead ; beef selling from 23s to 28s per 1001b, best bullocks selling -to £14, cows to £10. We sold--For Messrs sLawrence and Sons, 161 cattle, bullocks £9 13s Gd, cows £7 10s 6d; and 25 head from the neighborhood at £4. Fat Calves.-127 yarded. About an average supply, and realised' equal to late rates. We sold-For Mr Rich, 21 at £2 2s ; for MIr Fraser, 9 at £2 4s. Fat Sheep. 2105 penned, of which there were none prime quality, only middling and inferior. Had there been any good offered, fully late rates - could have been obtained, but, for the stock shown, there was only a very slack demand, wsethers selling from Ss to 10s Gd; swes, in ferior, 4s; best to 9s Gd. We sold a few .wethers from the ne...

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

LOST AERONAUTS g Chicago, 18th July.--The late of aIonaldson and his companion, ,ia o :tailed away in Barnum's great air-ship, ;As still undetermined, t u - lass by, doubt bins ugh, as days lie 'seemin cr thves ay to iLe seeming certatthat both men av perished. alcamto hand this morning from Go en, Indiana?, with the 'itelligence that on Friday last a balloon was seen floating over that city; but additional advices prove that there were so men in the balloon, whlich probably \as a small hot-air lip sent up by a uifis in Michigan. order, if possible/to pick up some !bris of the balloon, a tug has been uising: on the lake for twenty-four )urs. but returned this evening with- eq a single captain of the' Tq hooner Presto, ich arrived to-day, ports he saw thd body of a man float ig in the lake, about fifty miles north I st of Grand Haven, and, as that is ..'- wuere mt e oailoon is supposed t, Voa encountered the storm, it is no improbable that the remains are thos: f one of the mi';nZ me...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

MEELBOUI NE STATION. PRODUCE MARKET. . -" August 18. *' Mestra J. H. (:,-.x andl Co., report WooL-Since our :, month's report there has been very little wuing in this market, as is to be expected at this dull season of the year. About 500 bales have changed hands y auction and privately, principally consist ing of fellmongers' odd parcels and a few small lots of remnants oflast year's clip, all of which, however, found eady, buyers at satisfactory prices.. The e; 1 market'.at home is reported by subm. cable to 'be quiet:. The opening of the ust series is fixed for the 17th instant, an?? eat interest is being feltJbjy the shippers, ai growers as to the probable rates lely to rule, which the low rate of discount in the London money market (27 per caqut.) is expected to affect favorably, combo with the . short supply of wool. from the, Cape and South America, and other causes referred to in our last report. Prices remain noinnal, and quotations -would -afford no' inex of what purices w...

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BALLARAT LIVE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

BALLARAT LIVE ' enormous almost un MESSRs. E TERSIAy dxiresences Co. report:--at !the parasites yarded was '170l heai, in G draft from the run o n overn Mount Noorat; thenlgh the abuse .(as is always the. cave been swept ' of all present, and iisation of the ever realised in the of re. 27"O19s .3d. It is questio ofre whatieniform fav' selectors might the d cofiaon verdibideration inlcon best cattle sold ial Banuk of Issue. pleasure to us th er_ simrle nea '.to holda sale of' 1amp -are sure will aeed to prevent the -bree(dof all her the victims of ex -it being Ais'plentiful enough inr urity-and s been so for years. to-day weregulatiois put in force Black, 14 IPs both facilitate the l0tshai'ragortgages, and protect stores; frosd advances as mort hel at ffl . no reason why the forward, wtiuire a greater interest :76s We s1inced than they do on ?esq., 1 hdih.counting bills,, the supply t wavat?er case being far and of thesd othlir. We think; anything fit Government have a an advance, th...

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

NOTES, AND_ ?ENT'S. 1.:Considerable doubt appears to exist in the public min'd-respectisngthe,arringements for conveying visitors to Colac on Friday next. We understand that therspecial;trainwill leave Spencer-street, Melbourne,- at about half-past eight o'clock, and that the visitors from Ballarat will be picked up at Geelong. The train will be drawn by one of the American ;bogie engines, jiajst'iinported and fitted up at the Willinamstown workshops, under the supervision of anienginerispecially s'ent'outiby the minanufacturer. The appear I ance of the engine is much more showy than' those erdinirilyini?se either here or in Eng land: It is in the American style, with outside cylinders and steam-chest on top, and as- most of he working parts are ex posed, polished, and painted in various colors, the effect is cery'striking. The weight of the engine is 3 tons. Te driver's boxpresents a handsome appearance, being .built of polished .valut. A dome-shaped sand-box..is fixed on the top o...

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

N OTICE TOFREE SELECTORS. SADSAC) Es maae up~on .Landsoeld under i-.: the 42nC lause ofotheAmending Land, Act, 1865, and all buiness bconinected there :Stn trsnaacte I;r~a Al a very: WTee r Hides: ,-' Pr. sta4 ratE . O::;' C0OBB AND C'O S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAP? - LINE S:' OF COACHES. In a ,DA&Y COACH CAMPERDOWN AND I 01.COLAC TO WINCHELSEA. W ;: ;!In. concection with Day Train from Geelong, to Winchelsea. i Day Coach leaves Wincheleea daily (Sun-; .d ays,excepted) at .11.15 a.m. ; returningi ji froi Capiierdow0i daily (Sundays excepted) 'at 8 30,. '.m. inte at 8 'ar. or 8: NIGHT. MAIL., m +I' ;TWINCHELSEA -TO; BELFAST. tbe Y ia COLAC. C; Coachesileave. Wincbelsea. on :Monday,; color Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri ! day; at 11.30'p.m:, passing through Colacl at 2.30 p.mi; on:Stndays at 5 a.m.; passing Fl through Colsa, at 8 a.m.i Itturning frs'n es Belfast',:same days, .230 p.m., passingi 1 through, Colac at 2.30 a.m. i; on Sundays at and ! hrpasoing through . olsa at 4....

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GEELONG LIVE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

GEELONG LIVE it'is a matter :, Iwe think it MEssns MELLISII, ~INo the ari Fat Cattle-63 head yaround State inadequate to the requi1that would consequently pric? tr t wonil head on last weeske0 1bssibility of Alex. Lang, Onditd'to : etortion. weight cattle, at tune we -should 'bulloclk; average5 12s 6d to £13 2s 6adoption of Mir. for Mr G. Hope, '2 Spresent the Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moidif^ly; , and prices quite equhl to 1:3c' the -."We sold for Mr C. J. Why t? good quality light-weight i thi at 15s and lls respectively ' ener Hope, 163 good quality oi ,oe the Gd; for Mr WV. H. Bullivar ke ad 350 fair quality wethers, ;f hed M'¶Intyre, Shelford 161 cul a rates. Fat Calves.- No gd of get Sales remain at about laoe would Fat Lambs--In good deminelectors coming forward. We sol ' owners at from.8s 6d to 1L ie estab We have some lots of cat"Ch of the have esiquiry for wethers would be few sales takinrg place'at the Civil

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

MELBOJURNE LIVE STOCK MAtRET; g: August 18. MESSRS RICAD GrnSON 'CO, report: -Fat Cattle-900 head were entered for the week's supply, chiefly frem Gippslaid' there was a great scarcity of good quality many of the pens being in little bette. than store condition. The attendonce of buy ers was up to the usual standard, includin a few country purchasers. The market opened at a slight advance on late prices and ruled firm throughout the "sales. The highest pnces were again obtained for a moh - of bullocks of the favorite rF brand the -station-breds ruling from £19 to- £20 10s and making an average of X20, .--whilst the' mob all round realised £17 s per head the top pen was purchased by Mr John Brun dell, of the meat market. Fat Calvp Short supply forward, and prices rose fully los on prime vealers; the market was y of the best of the year. Fat Sheep--1,6'00 yarded, consisting chiefly of good qsuality, with a few prime amongst them." The Whole were taken by the butchers early inthe day, ...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. August 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

MELBomURNEs STATION PRODUCE - MARKET. August 18. MesSrs J. H. . ,;y:c and Co., repor * woL-Sim ,.hwur; s.:nonth's report there has been very little ung in this market, as is to be expected at this dull aso of the year. About 500 bales have changed hands uction and privately, principaly consist. ing of fellaongers' odd, parcels and a fews .mail lots of remnants of lsteyear'slip, all of which, however; found ready 'uyersat satisfactory prices. The wool market -at 1shome -icd by :submarine cable to be quiet . v opening of the August series is fixed ibi the 17th instant and great interest is being-felt by the shippers and growrs as to the probable rates iely to mlewhich the low rate of disouisht in the London monev marlM, t91.- _- % :_ - . - affect favorably, combined with t hort supply of wool from the Cape a' South America, aind other cauises referr inour l ast report. "Prices remain noanl, and quotations -would afford no in&deof what prices would be likely to rule re any quan...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

t1'LELOKG LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 9. 1?IESS IS MELLISI, VINES, & CO. report : 'Fat Cattle.-We have again to report a short supply, quality generally speaking of a mediumi description. Thei attendance was below the average, and competition; not as keen as last week. Prices were, however, nearly equal, quality of the cattle consi dered. Fat Sheep.-A poor supply, quality medium to fair. The demand was limited, the largest buyers having: supplied them selves outside. Prices were about equal to last week's. Our sales were, two small drafts for Messrs.: J. Wall and J. and H. Mountjoy-wethcrs,. fair quality;, at 13s; ewes at 9s' ld. Fat Lambs--About 60 penued, the majority being good for this time of the year. We sold for.Mr . Wall, 27 good, from 9s 9d to 15s 9d, and 19 do for Mlesssrs. J. and H. Mountjoy, from 7s 9d'to 10s. Store Sheep.--We report the sale of 900 and odd' 6 and S-tooth wethers for Mr C. Wyatt, Frogmore, at 30s.

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE REPORT. August 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

GEELON/STATION PRODUCE' / REPORT. / August 10. Messrs M?ELLTSIr, VINES AND Co. report : Wvool Our sales are scoured to 20d ; slipe, to 12d ' greasy pieces to 4(d per lb. Sheep skiins.ý 'honly offered SO lots of skins to day. There was an average attendance of buycrs, and fair competition. W\e sold best cross-lbrcds from 72d to 9d ; best merinos from 60d to 80d; others in proportion; lalmb skins; 33d to 53d. Hides.-Wo had S450 hides for'sale, and sold all but 127 at a reduction upon last week's rates. We sold green hides 4 to 4 salted do, 4d to d; slt5d ; calf, 5, d to 6.d. Tallow.-We have sold about 50 pipes at from £4 7s 6d to £32 15s, according to quality; rough at 2g; rendered do, 3d.

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