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

iNOTIE TO FREE SELECTORS DVANCJS made. upon Lands held under Ac1--the 42nd Clause of the Amending Land Act; 165, and all business connected ther= jLitandated. t I ý AE'~`T ;cJi44: at 5s to 5s T mod,. ,"i? , D,, ood"1 AR TJ S 8 .0 AN ) yAce bs out of ysh. k Inn A ccas^ ad.mou rieasonable terms, witht cominssion,, on the 'ensuinglip of wool, interided- either for sale in the colony or shipment. r - We are also prepared to ship wool.to other than oiur own agents at the di rection of the owner, at a charge of ONE SHILLING PER BALE, Covering the same by insurancewhile in store, nd effecting insurance on shipments at the lowest current rates. as a racilitv to woolgrowerswho may not have the convenince, we are pre pared ro CLASS WOOL at our Ware house, either in small or large lots, at a very nominal rate. Weekly Sales of Wool, Sheepskins, Hides and Tallow, .and other Station Produce.. Woolpacks. fencing wire, and other station requisites supplied at lowest rates. Sales of Fat Stock at the...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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SELE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

Se per cent.; or A nu , - r Bale for the distri last introdu idod for. - .--.""" r.Lalor low ani nd Lr. O er; hlturdayse ments in of persons w ? i as holders oan -. ,. cessioni nws e up a acre; soon as £1 set forth .ini ' ---"Thata new land bill, beissu` may select up u n?'s" t, v four areas of 20 acres eaci by which they may legsat holdings if necessity arise also, when the full sum of 21.1 in rent, a title will be issm reservations as are pro'i 1,. grants to selectors und the act of 1869." i1r.-eing ore regg n increase in the num i Ast the stoppage once they amounted eed would not be charge no " lot per annum'upto tm rni and the grant would he, arit, which £1 per acre had ;`, fi objectionwas entered linirs ment. O The- deputation pre iboi Lands very hard to l any conditions he chr rights, of persons wli~ J: search of gold; and i/ less tlhe local minin o withheld." - i? e Mr. Longmore s` jm' : " Lions was one thing, Ioi tance to the land i at another.: He. could jdatio" grants in a...

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GEELONG WINTER STEE[?] CHASE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

GEE LONiG WTIINT'ER STj1J ' OHASE' AfEETING: : Thisps rac This race meeting toolk place on Siha last,and was very successful, ther o, abut ,3000 persons present, inclnc' George Bowen and the Chief Secret,~ of TorriTo RAcE-A timie hIandicapof with plate value 20 guineas;and stake of 3 sov . each. to go t horse. Twice round the course. !;int Mr T. Adams's Dexter, 5 sec. P. G."Dixon's Wanderer, scratch JMr Gillie's Spring, 75 sec:::.:. ...et field of ten horses started :: I DEn.CRACE.-A handicap sweepst 'ovs; each, with 100 sovs. added.pho IIglis' iardee, l1st 511h .: da Evans' Stopwatch, Ost. 41b .... i Smiith's Sepia, 9st 71b'......... `. e~e enteenstaited. The race wasv": ly-tinie, 4 min. 16.sees ' :- HiHERSx' H DicisGr Gold :cup; valuei vas, withi'a sweepstakes of savs. I gothe secondhorse " Gentlemen vo milaes. :Johnson:lIoe's: onarch, (owner), M Bex's Curator, list; :101b,, (Pena i; Eear'sa Aneas, 11ist. lSlb .,(ArclrI fhe field contained oeven )orses,. ,ien w'r easily-time, 4 mi...

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

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARIKET. MESSRS MELLIS August 16. sss C EISR e VIES, & Co. report: Fat Cattle-63 head yarded, a number quite inadequatc to the requirements of the trade, consequently prices rose from 30s 40s per head'on last week's rates. Ve sold for Alex·. Lang, Oadit, 40 goad quality medium weight cattle, at from £11 to £17 7s 6d fori 'bullocks, average £14 Os Sd; cows, from £9 12s d to £13 2s Gd, average £10 l6dand t a pe, z Onluocks at £11 7s 6d. Ttal,42. Fat Sheep-A moderate supply, and : yrices quite edu'al to last week's rates' Hope; 163 good qualitey smll ewes, at ly s -6d ; for Mfr W. H. Bullivant, Barwon Park, 350 fair quality wethers ; and for SIr P' e'Jhntyre Shelford, 161 cull ewes at market rates. rtCa l lves.-.NTo good calves yarded. Sales remain at about last week's prices. Fat Lambsh-In good demand, and very few comingforward. WVe sold 14 for diffe?rent eowners at from, Ss 6d to 15s. Store Stock W"e have some lots of cattle under offer, and hav e"iquir fo...

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

lt or Ss , i ch " " a.Ceb . i t.;' t (in t iu i Vi 1 oo\Y t t.J t JRSERIcS. t1a 1t *st t 1' L 1860. ;urr onr:n go `) a ,;cncr. ith tas rgE os i h o I t ,ie o tr e rou s cu sto m ers fot tIpr?". or It, O irect their attentiot 7 --in , ' heslthy Stock of '}1OQtets, meeuntal arnd Flow tUIt O91CO Vle to nJB ruit Trees &c h opl," ot boiar. e :litei to st. All orders ove C ¢ e n1.? ct's t~ ' i' pt of P.O. Order c 'cta I 1o e h yock of i, Vs, Frui t T s '? "is " oa e ' M trD, l' ,?. a ies of IS Onions, Is per a ýrig da t Ne ahish, 44 do. tor , Gr =t ' T J i.--- FCreOss, 4 n do. 11 ar} to oh?" ?1i StieC - s:lstiarOd, umpi . tosso 6d per psek e1 "? .seeds 3s to.6st I- re t hi sen e htir m'se N·) , Y es, A cac a, a- t.J?. do 5 .retC "s Supoerl tive,~ ,cT lar d ie Prte, and 13 hod t (I ,e . , t of i s Z' \lO 01l. Lfarttii, O b ay and -u . 1)' dam hvacl iel, Dol 1 p000 : h0'r?s 1 ? i. C ltn T' l1 ,1`et.1 ,s' h d'i' t l. I tint& JEWE, the arit ' at l ast ui his late 6e 0 i e ai r...

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

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET., August 18.' MESSRS RICHARD GICson AND Co.mreport : -Fat Cattle-900 head wiere entered for the week's supply, chiefly frem Gippsland; there was a great scarcity of good quality, many of the pens being in little better than store condition. The attendonce of buy ers was up to the usual standard, including a few country purchasers. The market opened at a slight advance on late prices, and ruled firm throughout the sales. The highest prices were again obtained for a mob of bullocks of the favorite FF brand, the ,--station-breds ruling from £19 to £20 10s,. and making an average of £20,.--whilst the mob allround realised £17 5s per head; the top pen was purchased by' Mr John Brun dell, of the meat market. Fat Calves Short supply forward, and prices rose fully 10s on prime vealers; the market was one of the best of the year. .Fat Sheep--l600 yarded, consisting chiefly of good quality, with a few prime amongst them. The whole - ' were taken by the butchers ear...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. August 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

* BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MAI T. August ?,. 'M ESSRs. E?iERSIIAKK, EAGLESTONE AND Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-The number yarded was 170 head, the principal being a draft from the run of the Hon. Neil Black, MIount Noorat; the station-breds of which "(as is always the. case) won the admiration Sof a'll present, and made the highest average ever realised in the Australian colonies, viz., £27 19s 3d. It is gratifying to observe with what uniform favor this brand is regarded, the confimon verdict being that they are the best cattle sold in the colony-and it is a pleasure to us that the owner has determined - to hold a sale of his pure stock, whiicl r e are sure will tend much to improve the Sbreed of all herds in this and other colonies -it being on unquestioned fact that the , brand cainnot be beaten (if, equalled) for purity-and number in the world. Our sales to-day were-On account of the Heon. Neil Black, 14 NB bullocks, from £24 10s to £30 10s,':a·eraging £27 19s 3d; 86 bullocks, stores, fr...

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

GEELONG LIVE STOCK 1MARKET. August 16. MESSRS MIELLISI, VINES, & 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 Gd for 'bullocks, average £14 Os 8d; cows, from £9 12s 6d to £13 2s 6d, average £10 ls 6d; and for Mr G. Hope, 2 bullocks at £11 7s 6d. Total, 42. Fat Sheep-A moderate supply, and prices quite equal to last week's rates. W? e sold for Mr C. J. Whyte, Meltham, 86 good quality light-weight wethers and ewes, at 15s and lls reso ctively ; for Mr. George Hope, 163 good taality small ewes, at 10s 6d; for Mr W. 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.Laombs--In good demand, and very few coming forward....

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FOOTBALL. BIRREGURRA V. WINCHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

-FOOTBALL BIRREGURRA V. WINCHLiSSEA, : A 'friendly match between the abovel two clubs was played at Biriegifrra, :n Saturday last.The vaitors,, who: came up by: the morning tiraini~were met atthe'station byt he local club's Secrietary;: who':conducted .them to the convincing ground-a very pretty spot suited in ; every respect for the game-lying in eloe proximity to the townuship, The weit?' was delightful;,and there: was a good uteri of spectatorsi . Wheni iAustin, the Winchoela capteip, end Lawrence,; the localbluli's skipper, apn the coin ;the former won. ` fresh breeze was blowuig down the round anid usti titok avte ;dv ofte this. Aftera?little delay, on account of the on appearance ofsoospe.of.the.player who were chosen to represent: Birregurr, the game was .commenced, Birregurra payg up to half te with e' ixtee?a mep,-i against doppoiients:twapty;jn On Lawrence sittipg thehball.n . motion, forBirregiirra, it was drawn hack by Winchelses, iota the 'centre aain, wherei it was kep...

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THE EASTERN WAR. LONDON, 16th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

THE: EASTERN WAR. BY SUBMAlilNE TELEORAPIH. [Fnos THE AnE.]' LONDON, 16th July. .Eighteen battalions. of 'I ussians have crossed the Balkans, and arrived inopposd at Yeni-Saghra. , The ;Russians have arrived at , Rasgrad, and are cutting the railway between Varns and Rustchuk. 'A' Turkish' frigate- has bombarded Sin feropel, in the Grimed" ' The Russians have raised the siege .of RKars. iMukhtar .Pasha and the. Governor. of Kars' are preparing to attack General Melikoff's army. Russian reinforcements.are proceeding by forced marches to Armenia.... LoNoD, 17th July. - There is a report tiat Mr. Layard, the British Minister at Constantinople; is nego tiating for the entry of the British squadron to the Dardenelles. Great atrocities have- been committed by the Cossacks and Christians against the Mahomedans. It is rumoredthat the Russians hold Arda han. A Russian:official despatch states that the Russian general,:after. relieving Bay:zid retired : to Gumri (Alexandropol); but a Turkilsh...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. GENERAL NEWS. MELBOURNE, Monday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. SGENERAL NEWS. MLLuOs NEi, M1onday, 8 p.m. The probable time table for the Colac railway is as:.follows ,:-Melbourne, depart: ordinary, 6.30 ia. n.;" special, 8.20.,; Geelong depart fronim9 to 9;30 for ordinary, and.l0 to' 10 15 for.apeaiLon 3riday next . Ordinary returns: from. Cla at from 4 to 4.30, and special from 5 toý5. 15 pm. . ; : A Cabinet meeting was held to-day;to fur ther consider.the Railway. Construction Bill. Nothing definite was arrived at.., ,.:The receipts of breadstiuffs,and other pro duce:atthe Spencer-street, Statioin still con tinue large, andthe Flour Ring who have been?.bolstering' up:,thel prices are. much alarmed. The Commissioner of Railways returned to townthis mornhing from Seymour. After nspecting the, proposed railway routes; he is still' in favor of the sclheme submnitted by the Cabinet. - Sergeant Perry has beeni transferred to the Russell street Police Depot, vice Sergeant Babbington: ? ..A Tasmanian Puncli has juist been, pub ...

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THE EXHIBITI[?] JAPANESE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

I' 1 "11 1? J JJ h AI .____e--_ B' ilwei has been L 7 COUDR pro-l The I J(AoI om £OLMO I 110 t he t t no IT is not teT ycra, suice the - ecee a 1 Govcrnment opened their ports tob?t F t 1 and since thein what a chanieo i place. It seems but the other d accounts were ceived of jBritis ib (Bcfor Sbeeing backed to pieces by jealonis a s.) 0 W. . Sinstigated by bigoted Inod Ioerful noith ol ld now hor changed ! With one h to wit, Sthi remaairkable contry assmlles nIroe. ' ? t Iosition aloegst the nations of the ors pro the Juuropean costume is adojited. Iri 2oenl-of-%aj b gl i fromEng! l I'Ene Anierics, sued t0 lioy drilledi clot id HIanIc after Eo'opesan models, but better l ' et, nclit'priisin nul ellightcned pole olter nieighbors ill~ ieii its. te n"? ld. hardly fair to me c froe Je pn, " psit. n a -Ie ached theni late h t deia'tenleit is wIvell worth a visit, bnd "te mild I refer the Japil:mcse exhibit vory much I see in the Aestralian 6on t" T£he entelrce is 1p 1n the rigi h •t ent...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 14th September. THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

PARLIAiENT. -4-- LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 14th Septeinber. THE PIGiiNCIAL SI7A TE2LMEX72 Mr. Berry, in rising to make the financial statement, said that lie thought he might fairly calculate on the sympathy and atten tion of the Committee on. the present occa sion, inaenmuch as the Mlinistry had only been a few weeks in' office, and because in that lieriod he lhad been called upon unexpectedly to deal with a n?atter of great difficulty from any aspect, but of grea?ter diluidlty still when, as hen. memobels would reimmber, lie had to deal with a deficit in the public reconue, and to devise meains Whereby that ceficit might be met without increasing the burdens of the people.. He considered that was the first matter to which lion. mem oers should give their most earnest attention -whether it was necessary, 'in.order to push ahead the business and'prosperity of the country, that,. so was proposed by, the last Miuistry, additfonal burdenls 'should be thrust on the shouldeirs of th...

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

S . acneys, munt Sfor " hois-cs tise onc a o til er-l cbsril. ,c l n\\ o e of 1i ' Id, cr e ti tli h etrinaezs 15 "1d e . .0* 5s 1ros1w3,Do 1{ I NE R - .lrorlto, "isegtoi erous customers for ,. . irect their attention n. " - , ahealthy Stock' of S oi-y ueen, mental and Flow a3e ut o le, t. W ibs, Fruit Trees &. p1a ropie' im, ited te t . All orders over Ileo 0 D oTO-" - ^healthy Stock' of Colia.l e e of WIc , o e Ipt of P.O. Order or IV'lie"IiiotS b ut U, Ci ctI o i l a Onions, is per oz. Rsi .t ---aish, 4d do. t 1s to bc0'-- - ?,- i- Cress, 4t do. A11 n s. ue notice Me ustard, 4d do. en s tiater tht 2s Gd per ; ach, 6d do. glca. lte r - st " s ^ -ips, 4d do. S ior' s: sBet Sd do. E. " IS1ropt "'marrow, pumpkin, ess 6l per packet. e._ ason at seeds 8s tl6s per r?0 Sad i . entire hore, 'dges, Acacia, Ar thaHE BAEON. f 's-ire and dam were 's Superlative, and The 1,'117*1 by l .er Baron, by t, and Best by iree ''hit ofron, i! V ei-ito r li g t- : n o ut bf A t i ktitil 1 1 lc ,...

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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

COLACG POLICE Ij 1 WEDNESDAY, OroBEr c| (Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. J. ls.) W. J. Donshayrwas brough ch ged with obtaining chattels under ft etcces, to wit, one horse, saddle, aod he property of Mr. Jolhn Haines, ae. Mr. Hancock appeared for sed. Immediately the case was call o lMr. Hancock applied for a remand 'ay next, as Donshay -wished to iit nesses for the defence from .Cai rdn, and also that he (Mr. Hancock) ht time to be fully instructed by ca He also applied ha the accused i the meantime he adtitted to bail. Senior-constable Hall opposedthe . FAen what Donshsy hlad stated to n, it nesses w.ere alle to swe ar. H.chad it c sideralle trouble got Mr. Haimes to ccme' olac that day, in order to have tie c ard. The accuscedhad begged him to hasI thc'-se brought before the Bench as soon a Sposshle, and now a remand was asked fol f the Bench would allow it, he would pro ceed with the ca: ýn d if, after hearing th |eidence o rdncior the prosecution, the felt inclin, ctb onsider Hr. Ha...

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

cyOT1CE TO FIREE SELECTORS. `g' ;.' ' a'> 1?VANOESmade, ujpon Lands held under. mte Amending Land ý ''. r Act, 1865, and all business connected' there-. . Synth transacted ; \T MRS HBNJIY·. Lsnd·ss ,M ' j; , oidssin, t o n th coltons himet " • I G l S e I AN 'A vtiy Ace, bs ont of HIa Ii, i bread-reasonab any aount'gn reasonable terms, without chgf commission,, on the ensuing o wool, intended either for- sale in the colony or shipment. We are also prepared to ship wootomay Iotuher thea our own agents at the di ruction of the owner, at a charge of ONE SHILLING PER BALE, covering the same by insurance while in store, and effecting insurance on shipments at the lowest courrent rate As a facility to woolgro I may not have the convenience, we'i; pre pared to CLASS WOOL at our Ware house, either in small or large lots, at a very nominal rate. Weekly Sales of Wool, Sheepskins, Hides and Tallow, and other Station Produce.. Woolpacks, fencing wire, and other station requisites supplied at...

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

THE MinisteriaJl programme, which 1Wyas submitted byMdir. Berry to his consti tuents at Geelong on Monday night last, is undoubtedly liberal in its to? , though rather limited in its scope and purpose. The new Chief Secretary, in theourse of hi~ arks, ranged over a large number. '" olitical subjects whichare of pressing importance at the present time, and he indicated most praiseworthy intentions with respect to them. But these inteAons, as he in timated, arfot to be carried into prac tice usitil i?~ has had, time to mature his views fully at. some future date, Which date is not included -in the present session.:: He. does not.mean to tuch the question of f?scal reform, for instance,--that is to, say, he will not attempt to relieve trade of the Customs duties which now so vexatiously em barrass commerci&al operations whilst they bring in little or no revenue,' aid give no protection to native industry. He will not give the working classes "the free breakfast table"'they have...

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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

SCOLA POLICE b. , ?\TEDNESDAy OeTOBE (Before Mr. B. rout and Dr. J.is.) WV. J. Donshayws brough ch? ed with obtaining chattels under ft etces, to wit, one horse, saddle, and he property df MIr. John Haimes, nre. Mr. Hancock, appeared for t4sed. Immediately the case was calll, Mr. HaIcock applied for a remand u - y next, as Donshay wished to iit nesses for the defence from CarO , and also that he (Mr. Hancock) I | time to be fully instructed by c. j He also applied that the accued gL the meantime be admitted tob.hail. Senior-constable Hall olpposed thl i m: Fffa what 'Donshisy had stated to hIis prIsecution was filly prepared to alkit. )'recctncss of what the CamperdoiWi iT nesses were able to swear. He hadt cop siderable trouble got Mr. Haimes to - cme\ Colac that day, in order to have tie ca Sheard. The accused had begged him to ha tho-iSe brought before the Bench as soon. Spossible, and now a remand was asked. fo if the Bench would allow it, he would pro ceed with the ca~gn. if, a...

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THIS DAY. (Before Mr. C. Beal, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

eforeMC0 Bthen withdPew the .~Thomas Roberts,. thagns brought up on ,i'i`F;; bjei·jiuasmg sen lagae remand, :on a charge: of lunacy pr.aoEdopose d thathe hadccusexamineda the man thoroughly, and considered that he was perfectly sane. Senior constable' Hall-then 'withedrew the `charge, ^and? ltperta; wae then, brought up ,charged with =using obscene language. J3Herrick deposed that accused; had I~made use `of acme dreadful, language,; and in Y<' -5. 4 t9? .. / Mini 6. 0 g ...e let i, intl , i ,gged 16l a If>$ penalt7' l uaii es sli t. ined, consequence of it he swore an information against him. Senior-cofstable Hall deposed that Roberts made use of terribly foul language, and asked that he might be punished very severely. Roberts said that he had nothing to say. The Bench inflicted a fine of £10, or three months in gaol. Dr. Rae here took his seat on the Bench. J. Hmnble v. R. N. CampbelL--Fraud Summons, for £1 gs. Defendant was then sworn, and examined by plaintiff. He...

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COLAC POLICE [?]URE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER[?] Before Mr. B. Rout and Dr. J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 April 1875

Scof' POLICE ~ Pi rNDv-nSDAy, OCTOBE . 4efore Mr. B3. Rout and Dr. J.l.) J. Donshaywas brough i chage 'ith obtaining chattels under fi etces, o wit, one horse, sadle, an t Mr. Iglyicock appe'ared for tl 4c Immiediately these ase was call IIancock applied fo a remand u VýlAy next, as Donshay wvished to o nesses for the defence from Ca ;und also that he (Mr Hancock) l mice to blcully instucted by c He also applied that the accumedl fthe imecantime be admitted to bail. Senior-constahlek-tll oIl opo'e(Lb '"^ I: what o)onsbay had stated to br,. prictccltion was fully prcpare? to a~ost ?)7rectnlss of 'what the Camperdo, y ilcsscs were able to ievear. Hehad-,t c9 -iderablc trouble got Mr. Hlaimes to c.meA, 0olac tbat dayl in order to have tir Ca lieard. The accusBedhadegged him toha o.thoiee brought before the Bench as soonl a16nda now a rensaisd wis askel loi If th Bench would allow it, ho would pro ;ced with the cea8"m a if, after hearir the Oevide e for the prosec^ito I By felt ieinb tc...

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