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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
WEL publish ifnfnotlim: colunmllia ý ati ing article taken from uri:r m etopolit contemporary,;; Te A'/, w?lch . oilht to be read andl studied : caiefully by every earnest man in the coutry. ,The names of the" members ofAssembly selected in. tiat article to illuhit'le the class of Pilitamentaiy rlepesenitaties that should be 'riven fromi public life as pernicious public verminini, htl be increased .by .additions :which wiohd bring, the case-nearer home to us iherei in Polwarth and Southl Grenville. 'TheI public events of thei last two' ot tlhree months, and inore especially. of Ithe last few weesks coivey to the' people "of Victoria the samne lesson-but in -a more direct and iimprssive mimner as that which is taught by the .whole course of the present ParilameInt. They. are, fnraght wit h the warniii ihiice tells thenm .that if they, wishllto1 retain the management aild control'of their owin. public affhais, a:nld see' that ithese Sei; dminiistered' fr- the good of tlie people thems...
CALCRAFT'S SUCCESSOR [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
CALCORAPT' SUadESSO A coicespondehtoof thb cee CTihroicle, who travelled in a third ass carnage with the hangin4 Mua od a few days ago, thus described e man :-Marwood carued itl h a hlck. oilskisiwiappes, fastened it1 leitherstp,'op astecles whichI aftesa ciscovered to be tlhe implements o¶ V calling Sentence of death on seve I rsninals had been carried out norninig, and Mlaowood, after -. forminmg his dread offices, wasretunr to his homem Linicolnshire Ingeni ppearance, Marwood was not lil a decent working man, just passing thi posme of life. fies shoulders are hrioil is chest deepl ; his, back straighlt ani lard; his arms long,, and sinewy;- h\ lianis bony and powerful, and sft Irn thick mnuscular, wists; and lis ig » slightly bowed at the calves an~ at the thighs,: give additional power, to the whole frame. A casual, glance: at his countenance iwould rather give the idei that he was of: a: sinple, mild, 'disposi tioii; but a more .careful i exaiination discover in it little of pi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
OXYGEN IS LIFE.--Dr. Bright's Phospho dyne-Multitudes of l ,eo( are hopelesss, sufferingfroi? TDebility, rervous and Live: C?mplamts;: BDesprsion" of Spirit, Hypos hondria; Tiiiiidit~ Indigestion; Failure,, in Hearing, 'Sight, and Meniory, Lassitude, Want 'of Power; &c , whose cases admit of a permanent cure by the new remedy Phospho dyne ,(OxonlicOxygen); wliicli at once allays all irritation anlrexcitcment, unparts new eneigy"and life to the enfeebled constitu tidn, and rapidly cures every stage of these hitherto'incurable and distressing maladies. Sold by all Chemists and Druggists through out the;, Globe:-tCaution--the large and increasing demiand'for Dr. Bright's Phospho dyi?nehas led to several imitations under soimelihat similar names; purchasers of the medichin':should therefore be careful, to obseiive -that' each bears the Government Stainp, with, the ?ords, Dr. Bright's Phos podyn~t en graed thereon, and that the same voprds are also blown in the bottle. HoLLowAY's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
TR'" E , HORSEO S3 , PIa out of Fairy Will siiid at Woodrow Val from Clainc. le will be limi ioares;: excluoive of_' 0-' early-npplicaiion ;r Evcry acre"' " - laid for iu ill be Terms: C3 3s. E. JOIINSTONE, Proarietor. RGUS SUCANDAL By Ace of Clubs out of Lady Heron, by Fisherman out of Omen, the dam of The Sign an'd Seagull) SWILL STAND this season at Jancourt, near Camperd)wn. TERa~s-lO GUINEAS EACII MASRE. Argus Scandalis deserving of the patron -age of breeders, not only because he prove himself the best colt of his year, but in conscquence of the splendid strains of bldod that course through his veins IHis s'ire, Ace of Clubs, is by.the iammortal Stockwell (the most successful stallion of all time), and the dam of Ace of Clubs was ai daughter of -lHarkaway, the greatest racehorse of the day. Argus Scandal's .dam,; Iady Hei?n. was by; the celehrated .Fisherman, one of the stoutest and best racchorses' that England has &:er pro "duced.. Lady Heron won the Ascot-vale Stake...
ENTIRE HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
S. ENTItE HORS]GS: ,L L1O , isessfthss mrssning SLheno nrrow inpass usual on he Queen, of thes week, few transactions " tp-. entered into. Breadstuffs are very firm, and any parcels offered find readyl buy -es at full rates... The arrivals are still' on a moderate scale, with no appearance of any early important increase, stocks in thie country being now so inuch reduced. Country flour is taken up at £11 17s Gd to £12, ac cording to brand and terms ; the city millers have sold very freely to bakers at £12 10s, bags returned, and an advance on that figure is threatened in some quarters caily niext week. Wheat was dealt in at Gs, bags in cluded, for .,prime western. In feeding grains, maize is quiet, dialers not having worked off their present purchases; quota tions are maintained at 4s Sd to 4s 9d. Oats were sold at 3s S8d for a parcel of good feeding. S: PR1OD **.UJE MARK ET S.. - The following ere .the prices of produce at the undermentioned markets at the latest dates:- Wheat Engl...
TALK ABOUT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
TALK.' ABOUT TOWN. The talk is that it ,was anything hbt .the correct thing for tllhe President, and Crs. laimes and Dennis to so unblushligly-en leavor to use the ratepayors' nioiiey for the lrpose of throwing a few. crumls, ino'the ,vay of the Hard ''inie,. However, this is the beginning of the end, I. suppose, of this qeer work. Councillor Be.il remarked, so am informed oni good dtlhority, twhin.the, natter was being distcussed,'."that he did not .hink much of cither of the Colae papers." It putts me in mind *of thlestory'that.i 'told' if the man who was. compared to Pontius Pilate. He remarked' that they could corn )are him to who they liked, hlie 'ilin't care. "That's all very well," said the other side, " but what does Pilate say to it?" In like nanner, Mr. Beal may not' think much of the papers, but whbat do the papers think of him ? Not a great deal, I'll be bound. It is rather cool for persons whose educational attaiiiinents and natural abilities are not of i very high orde...
ELECTION OF COMMITTEE, COLAC FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
E]LTECTION OF COJALIUTTEBE, COLAc FREE LI.BRAiY.: On Wednesday last the annual clection of the Conmmittee of Management for the Colace Free Library, to act in conjunction with the Trustees, took place. There were seven candidates nominated, namely Messrs. E. Cooper, J. Chapman, P1. Danaher, C. M1. Farrington, A. Rea, R. Sitlington, and A. Skene. Only five cdnunittcemen were re quired and the voting placed Messrs. Far rington and Skene outside this number. There was not much excitement manifested in the election, but a great many more votes were recorded than was the case at the last annual election. The polling took place be tween 11 a.m. and 2 p.mi., aid 5 and 8 o'clock p.m. The Rev. .1. 1) Dickie was the Returning Officer, and Messrsi. J. Hills, senr., and J. J. HIerrick, the Scrutineers. Both these gentlemcn gave their services gratuitously. Toe poll was not declared iuntil after 12 o'clock noon yesterday. .A few persons assembled in the Library to hear the result, and after a ca...
ANOTHER MAGISTATE WANTED. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
ANOTiHbRLAGISTATE WANTED. (TOrT:THE EDITOL 0F TiLE..IiiAELD.) .I read with great: satisfiacton~i the leading article ia your last issue haviiig'reference to the appointmens t of another. Justice of the', Peace for Colac. It is high time thit the" people agitated-,as, you suggested, and a po tition should be got.up and forwarded tothe-: : Attoriey-General prayiilg that a geutleomnal residing in the townslihip .niighit.hb olacedin.l the Commission of the PBace," "T,for one,.. think that our old: and respdeted:tbi?nsman,. MIr. Adam"Ree, is:quitbworthy 'of having: such an honor 'conferre& upon hiin. He has. plenty of. spare-time-on- his-anids, .and I think that lie would acoed td t the request. if he were' asked. However, something should be at once dcoue. "NcJrly every week there is somine dolay'in icommeuenifg businehcss at tho.Colae Courr, owing to'tlid dilatoriness of the honorary magistrates,.aud complaints, both loud and .dee,, are. of ,constant occur-2 rence: :?A man's l]...
CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] THE LAND TAX—THE BONE OF CONTENTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that-we do not identify oirselves with the opinions of our correspondents. -EDirroi.] THE LAND TAX-THE. BONE OF CONTENTION. (TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIl: IIE:aIAL.) Smn,-" The rich- become richer, and the poor become poorer" are the words .conclud ing my last letter. In themselves, they have ino particular significance from those of any other used in our daily vocabulary, but considered in the light of the general tenor of my letter, and as' the bitter and painful product of the mischievous and criminal principles underlying the whole system of our hand laws, they assume a graver aspect,. and become charged with a thrilling interest, to those who are concerned in the speedy enactment of more righteous laws, having: for their object the breaking up of our pre sent insane and wicked system of alienation: of country laids, and a reparation, as far as can be brought about by law, of the enor mnous wrongs committed upon every indivi dual of t...
NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
! INO. N t 5' OES , A D: .i'l -JTE ;S.Y The 'Y6b :Cbinon School is' at present in Svery dlpsidated' conditiom 'r'lie tfloorin boaeidsi vfi tl uil i g, and the blfihding re-. quies t? hehliiM.:' 'i~d thildren have eciei' inearly periehed" ditiingr these'eol 'awintter minoiths, seyverilhlviig bhen laid tip in coli sequi'ence. '.: e iti dci'sta'iidt',iat tihe Boarer of Advicehav sieer\: visited theshool since they were elected. Wertlisthik thht ,if they do not attend to their; dities, thycy.had better resigii, anid let some gentleincu be op poiiited that will act. '1: thishditrict the Boarid of Advice is a comnilete failiure. They have'iever attended' to! their duties;,unitil they were broueght before theit in this !the cdinittee of the apito to heheild on the Piinceof '?i3leos' Birthdaiy, h1ld a meet= ing 'at'- Bll's' Prince? of T Wales Hotel ls?t night.'' Mr.1,Ajdriew:6 Wilsoit occjpied the chair Tteiy onhlybnsiness - done ',ias toe cide a' here thae: slj ts w'ould: lie held.' Itc w?...
TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, 23rd October. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
4 CESTON 23rd Oc ber. tf he baki'aupt James "?ete '"?cd with unlawfull pawn ing a edging goods, occup d the Suprenim Couit the -whole of yes day. At ten o'clock at. night the jur were discharged, being unable to agre upon averdict. i It reported that 11 were fo0 a verdict of gil. 0 pr oner was reinanded to next sessions,t-h boil being increased to £2000, whicl was found. " I
[?]STRALIAN [?]RAMS. [?]RRESPONDENTS.] [?] October 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
tna ·-~STRALIAN votes tA' AMS. tion, vl i- -- . Fromtin9 )RnEsrPONDENT,] Castlemi , OPctober 25. on .accolunt Atranspired politi sembly, olicy of the present faction, titli Ross, the pre slhip. Buti.d'Kemp, the best -iA mcti uP at the Police call-ed roiases out of the. Victonri3$LsOH . hopedthma, wellknown in dsent, l n literary cir oroeu'se pr osie's Hotel, sud inteintieen a.scratei na on, M1.L.C., rand chant, had a dif fierie g' ro;ogad; and surm tters'a. the Prahran Police t.: rlough' thee sell o?.:f .?r. Templeton, T irn;.ClU".'" ..4,.? 'Oangee d di ffeerences Rle~-s-gsr ificent;. 'BD iRESS .TELEGRiAMS.) RIA. cfNE) October ;25. ,Zi"nptatioxi fom ` the sarte&, i1 ~ealth,. tliee Chief oBowei^ f1 ovoerimnenj *ijdior i nmeasure to Aif®. every lodality jn ,'?,r! e will bo' a (statei the .t t enng; w.kn?kn ~ley horses will pnisy cat.l1 ,f1' . M el nntd~tess th 3^! .t-.kne,:i,.' apeared "ws lied. uThe re assault noticed; ~i :t: ",t Thei n tw~ da," wo acrest led upon fles, se?nt...
DEATH OF SIR CHARLES COWPER. LONDON, 21st OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
DEATI :0.1 F SIR CIHARI ,ES, Lo ]uo, '31St OCTOri The death is ansouincec of -; The above t ao it ea- ,t ý" t i ll l adnt.l for tlh?oe entenc Of, sies contii was treatment. ":`,,Q h W J. ed dig icf i?? - rinie ' ni pvc ot;l j scale ar ens rants of ain exlensive war • ' oh.a law being imp sire, s., from inhalss for some }natter of seriou con. 23rd October. 9iii Bl.anche, fiom the he siA o thei
MOODY AN[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
,MOODY A andsJ. E Auotm tokepalrt I'' - d of Geelong, aidded considerably; Messrs. Moody: ' "ment o "f the eeing1by3 afew1 o their visit to Itosidopucsongs,i wiich lverc loudly encored.: statement of e ;ost 'not onimtto nmeition that the tributed to theiin t by, .. H,:'i; Short, our local been dene iii as ~~0g10iYj·vei'i;ygdanws giaalya wbich they havebe orl the missionaries had b e~ n fosnyrd scene .was vely public or private fund," '.i' i.* their duties by eern drj stewardship. The aohnHendeionendAndre tested by accountants o old residents of Colac, are about its accuracy maybe this district for Benalla and the shot is thit the rev e Tericks. Withisi the last few there is tobepa eat nanyof our fellow-towsmen, exces of receipts to for these districts, and it is to be It has been said that Guccess amay attend them in all Saukey have made no p .sen statements.: No one 0 held to-mirodw (Wedniesday) these gentleman hadthey ha.. expenses defrayed out of ther' ' a souned maxesi, 000 - 0 ...
FLEECING[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
FLEECIIV \eo, to be ;held, o Boxsing ay;'is r -h in another colum. The prize, are a The Ballaraf Po ned nb doubt a good field-of liorses oince a gentlemen? estate , with th e result. about 4000 addit amateur dramatic performance was witerco. o ab in the Oddfellows' Hall en Friday timne, however, wo ere was a poor attendance, owing, selection, and the s to non-publicity. It is' a matter. witeout water tihe seat there was not a larger attend-I e comparatively us 'the proceeds were to he' handed Wearied with red Colac Free Library. In the drama failure, he at last a 1ome, frs: Austin pllayod the part leaving the precincts overy well indeed; She (lid not( fit of despondency, wh rv? ? but spoke a .little tob who had dicovredhis nervous, but, spoke a l gently on the should scarcely aiudible ii the back of here, I think that lMan r JTames Calvert played the went the right vay t f Jhn Garihi, an honest English tion spran up, the ulti actyle which took iminensely. acre for it, and the ageiAu...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
AGRICULTURAL N11TOf£8. The moist weather, alternating with sun shine, which has prevailed' lately, has been highly favorable to vegetation generally, and the crops and pastures are, as a rule; in a prosperous condition. In.the new districts the cereals are in an advanced state, in many districts the wheat coming out in ear, while the barley and oats are fully out, and will, if the weather becomes favorable, soon be ready for harvest. Reports of take-all having set in, chiefly among the oats, come from the Goulburn .district. So far, these are fortunately the only adverse indications to hand regarding the harvest.prospects, and it is to be hoped they will not spread. In the Kyneton district, it is stated that seldom. has the rapid growthl of all kinds of crops and grass been more apparent than during the.past fortniglht. ' The most notable event in the shorthorn breeding history of the Australian colonies has been the sale during the past week of Mr. RichardMIorton's famed Mount Derr...