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MISCELLANEOUS. LONDON, 23rd October. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
MISCELLANEOUS. I LoNDoN, 23rd Octo'"4 The tenders for the South Aiusjlan loan aniounted to nearly two mlns, and 400,000 wasallotted at ain ay g of .93 9s 2d. Geirmany is legislating again, iu abuses of the Polynesian labor -1c. The London papers publish a ,ew of Sir Charles Cowpier's colonial se es. The value of nearly all cerea o duce is enhanced by the eonti ed rains. 1 Adelaide wheat is worthli to 56s.: Copper is ,firmer;C Cliili, to 4£83. The tin market is steady at reft quootatiors.
COLAC POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
cOLAC .POLICE COURT. -9--- PleiDA~s OeTOBER 22nd; : (Before Messrs. Bealand Deonnis, J.P's.) Police v. Walter Isaac Donshay--Charge of obtaining chattels under false pretences to. wit, one horse, saddle and bridle, the property of John Haimes, Mamre., Thie accused surrendered to his bail to answer the above remanded case. Mr. Hancock applied for a remand, to procure the attendance of Mr. James Day as a witness, but who was at present at Bal Senior-cosstablelhall opposed the remand, as the prosecution admitted of Mr. Day's evidence. . It had been remanded previously at the request of the prisoner. ": - : ,. Application refused. - All witnesses were ordered to leave the Court. Senior-constable Hall stated the c-ase to the Bench, as previously reported in sothis journal. The depositions .of the witnessso whoi prei viously gave ovidencewerd?readi'ovetto the ' ' Benchl,bv the clerk of the. osrsi.,::?-. -. , Before the case was gone into, Mr. Han cock called the attention of- .the.-Bench ...
THE DONE OF CONTENTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
TIHE NE OF .CONTETIO0 (TO TanIDITOs OF' TiHE. IIRAL.) Smi,--If u could find slace il aluable pal for the followicg I should feel greatly o iged, because, at this rsul juneture of li afirs, the peoplenf this country are iimminent dnhsger ofu ha their rights a grievances pused oer an igore altoge er, and because that the~ present exces te of poltical arti the real bone of eo wntion is in cger of the quietly put ini he backgroun , and the energy coi gswq of the great Lters1p,,ty left to expend it lf on a false ?lose, ard so cdentcmplish the for the r of the country. In orr that this should 0, happen, but that ood shoun l accrue ansd that ShapnS ess aOl prosperity nlay he the outcoe ofw theo rh it conteltison a high lace betwuceai the irit of progres and justice, represented the peoplesn eth one hani, and a proud, aspig, oanl o tteorl uelfish c binatiou, erese by those vultures, who have rich the public lands of the colO rid thosepS the caely, noel those greedy adventurers, the impeters...
QUOIT MATCH. GEELONG v. BIRREGURRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
QUOIT .JATCHK GEELONG v. BIPREGURJRA. The above match took place at Winchelsea ,n Saturday last. The ends hld-beei well' prepared by Host Gullan, and the play. was admirable, particularly that of Cameron, who displayed great skill and precision. The following is the result of the game: * Geelong. Birregurra. . Rinks. 4. Brearley....41 M'Lenna....22 '22 MI'MIullen.....43 Pyle ...........41 440 Templeton....41 'Prhne ........:24 50 Irving ..........41 Cahill ........:24 52 King............41 Baer ...........23 49 ox .............31 Rourke......41 - 52 H. Brearley...29 Balcombe:.. 41 52 Irving ........:.18 Cameron ...::41 45 Total.......25 Total: ..:..257 4390 IMajority for Geelong, 8.
BIRREGURRA POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 23RD OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
BIRRiEGURJA POLICE COURlT. SATURDnn, 23Dn OCTOBER. (Before Messrs. Sladen and Beal.) John Lucas v. James North.-Assault. Mr. Hancock for complainant. Complainant deposed-On 30th September last, I was removing horses from off Mr. Armytage's land. I pulled down a panel of fence belonging to the owner of the horses for the purpose of driving them to the owner's place. Defendant was hid in the Brass, and when the horses camne up he frightened them away. Said to defendant, "You old villain, why don't you go away.?" He answered, " What are you going to do ? steal the man's horses, you b-y rogue, thief, and liar. I have caught you at last. I have something in niy pocket with which I intend to do for you;" Cross-exariined-It was dark. The horses were trespassing. Did not abuse or chal leone to fight defendant. ,or the defence, Mark Hallet deposed Remem ber 30th September last. Defendant left my house at about a quarter to 9 p.m. A few minutes afterwards heard a noise. Heard complainant and'...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
As -the annua'ele6t(ln yo6f the Coi imtf6e o:f -rIanigeimen for the Colac 1 A ibrkh y& takes phlce on Wednesday next, we wo.uld address a few v'wrds to our readers on this subject. The people of Colac have now an opportunity of returning nien of liberal views, .and it is to be hoped that the occasion will be profited by. There are seven candi dates nominated, and out of. these twvo of course must sustain defeat. We did not expect that Mr. C. M. PARRINGTON would have had the temerity to again offer himself for election. His conddct in the past,in connection -with the Library we have often had occasion to call into question, and we say advi sedly, and without the least prejudice whateve, that .it. is not ,desirae boi conducive to the general welfare of;our Free 'iJrary, that Mr.: FARRINGTON' should be again placed on the 'Com mittee, and in a positidin which kvould enable him to air his nariow- minded notions and personal ill-feeling at' the. expense of those who sent him: the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
[A CARD.] R:".., A. BUT.LER, Opposite Nationial Bank, Colac. Office Hours--Monday, Wednesday, and .riday, froml 0) till 3. [A CARD]j DR F O., F STER May be Consulted at S NAiRE'S VI CaORIA HOTEL, COLAC, Inthe Moriing before 10, and in the E?ehing after. 6 o'clock. ?O ILET, b;yTeder.-i1000 acres of S " excellent tGrazing LAND, iu the parish of Yeo,- and - 4'30' acres' ih the .parish of Ger?i?ga &lt;" ? ;?et? ? r.:, . ' ;Fo paiticulisr: apply to T. HAN I' COCK Solictor, Colac. pELIMIONGEiRY:-Colac Tannery. i .SHE EP SK.IN S OAND WOOL t;, Bl.~" Btoughlt Ur any Quantity., lDOWINEY & CRAIG, a0 Fellmoingers and Woolscourers, Colac. Js fMFO1I'T NT T NO TICE S i,FOR POSITIVE SALE, "In ,Birregurrra "i M.? ' Muir's - ROYAL;MAIL HOTEL, DUKE OF EDIN BURGH STORE; AND CORNER? rn ALLOTMENT Opposite Thes Properties are tdo well-knowii - io the districttor quire description. ft:l lher partiolatise de Coy - svertlse". TENDERS fo . .P'URCHASE of beo 13' 1875 !byFoss, auctioneer, Colic,...
MELBOURNE. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
,ELBOURNTE.; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) . Saturday Evening. TIHEr only topic of intcrest now is the fortlicoming Ministerial elections, and con jectures are'freely?given as to the. possible success or otherwise of the Ministry in pass ing through the ordeal. I have no means of ascertaining the probable chances of opposi tion candidates to Dr. Madden and Mr. Ramsay, and if I were to place my faith in the dailies I should have some difficulty in forming a judgment, but I content myself with waiting until tihe member is up. In the meantime the Premier has plunged into work, and the officers in the Treasury have no idle time of it. One thing is very certain, that retrenchment will be attempted in some of the offices, and not without justice, but more particularly in the Lands Office, which needs it sadly. Mr. Archer, I amn informed, is busy at his" old employ ment, figures, and will present his new chief with a statement shliwing the amonit of work as compared with the staff em ploye...
NOTES AND E[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
-.. . . - * "-..-". . ffering. from Nervous Debility, or N-:0.AOTE"' A.}N D B: :,F hundred symptoms which this S - •... -....- ?: '!;. disease assumes, may rest assured :. . : , . ..; :; *-" *..~J:'.,7 fectual and even speedy cure oy the Suitors, attorneys;, repbrtersuse of this most invaluable remedy. hving business at the ColacP -P ridaylhsti ore considerablyincoieIGHT'S PHOSPBODYNE is-consequenre of there being onli\- Is. Sold Only stratesn att:nd'ceat the hurt S10 6Gd by all Chemists and fom. me g busiess. It .r Medicine Vendors tlhrough fr'come *busness. 4 I-' out the Globe.; ton's r laday for attendin .ions for Use, iu the English, but in'cons ience of his,beirman, Italian, and Dutch Lan onri of thebjldges at the late Ge ges accompany each Case. he was unble to come to C4UTOTINT N.-Thelarge rid in waiting ti nearly12 o'clock, a emol d for Dr. Br/ight's Phos ofthe'C~eit wo ~os ostponedt unim d to seeral imitations se:dcr .M A e wo snt fr on t4ar namics; i urchasers of fis M. Al...
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
(To THIE EDITOR OF TilE IRi IEAL.) Sii,-ln your Tucsday's issue of the 19th inlstant, I ob)ser'e a letttr signed "John Scott, and, herewith beg you to insrtv the folliwing reply. . lr.:Ilainis' would i6ot dcign to reply to the sctrrilous remarks pub. lishod, and as I'have been some tip4e absent in Araidee I know notfhing t retntiVesterday. With r-efer0 ? tu y?-4 col l?itioned in Scott's letter h , " tat lie was foaled on thle1ti o tembe 873; and for further thp can pr by the Look kept of 0ar1eue, I to ", de Lion," that the ao0ego,0 g colt in pte oas served the fi rt th season othe 24th Septtemberi. Otfethat it my i to insert this to Stisf consher lie, and tnot intend forwari,, the Dub. comuniuini Lion on the subject. lan further I a r, s .ir, & 1Manmre, ct. O20th, 1S75E. FFIEv
CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] JOHN HAIMES'S TWO-YEAR-OLD COLT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 29 October 1875
SCO RESPOIVE DYV [It is tobde distinctly niiderstood' tht 'ive do -not.identify ourselves -sith the opinions of our correspondeunts.-EDITOR.] JOHN HAIMES'S TWO-YEAR-OLD . COLT. '(ro ' '(O DITO~O 0T1IE IIEIt£r.) Six,-In your last issie I obseive a para graph signed " J. Scott," and in a previous issue I noticed one signed "Easton John stone,", referring to the age of Mr. Haimes's colt, which was exhibited at. the late Colas Show as a two-year-old. Using the writers' own words, "if the stid.colt is allowed to run at the Annual Races in March, 1876, as a two-year-old, for the Produce Stakes, that the whole affair will be L swindle.". Fo ithe information of these individuals, and others interestedl I.behg to draw their attention to; the following V. IC. rule :-" If the age of. a,horse is objected to either before or' after running, the stewards: shall order an examii nation of the horse's, mouth by. cosmpetent persons, and obtain all evidence they may require, and their decision shall b...
THE [?]RINA BLACK [?]LLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875
Tjhairmas fNvA ALAKIf RE II The ,Cu aease of the poor abori oitlo r is, says the Pastoral mnlesd ', tam 1ý' n to those who reside in the aisnti Wesen blacks come about a station" Agenenship they are at ease, and call .?2ia lute rie?ids, no matter how high their sý5al stanc ing, by their sunames, and never use the ;word "Mr." They think themlves, or seem to by their acts, on a parn: ith the sskites. But they will have nethoig to do sth the Chinamen, whom the Jlacks desise and look' down upon. The ,ther evenisg at Cobran station, there was, a lecture dnd concert given. 'There 150. men pre'snt, including "shearers, washers, draymcmn _,Chinese cooks, and blacks. After the msajority iadl'ot°stand ing room, two blacks went and took their stand before some Chinamen, disturbing their viewsr of the performance so one of the Chinamen expostulated with one of the aboriginals. The blacks stood their ground, and thinking, 'like whites, that they must draw the lines somewhere, said "Bale you whit...
CONFERENCE OF SHIRE COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875
CONPJTb'JIEN Q OPFi SHJIRE COUiNCILS. -0-- In pursuance of circulars signed by the presidents of the shire councils of Darebin, Jika, Whittlesea, and Broadmeadows, a con ference, consisting of delegates from most of the shire councils in Victoria assembled at the Town-hall on Thursday, for the purpose of considering various matters in connection with the existing Local Government Act. The chair was occupied by MLr. G. D. M'Cormick, and Mr. Cleme, the secretary of the Stawell Shire Council, was appointed secretary. A letter was read from the secretary of the Warruambool Shire Council, . regretting that they could not send dole' gates, but agreeing with the objects of the meeting. On a list of names being called over the following districts were found to be represented, viz :-Bacchus Marsh, Ballan, Ballarat, Barrabool, Beechworth, Belfast, Bungareo, Bellarine, Benalla, Bere'idk. Bo roondara, Braybrook,.' Broalmeadows, Bun iuyong, Coburg, Creswick, Colac,: Dandt noug, Darebin, Echuca, ...
LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875
LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. -4---t- [Inox oUR OWN COReESPONDENT.] MELBOURNE, November 1. The nominations for one councillor in each of the seven wards of the city took place at noon to-dlay. In five wards the retiring councillors were re elected. In Albert ward Mr. Gate house, the Mayor, is opposed by Mr. M'I'Caw, auctioneer. In Victoria ward Mr. John Curtain is opposed by Mr. Chas. Wilson, sshilmaker, who got the show of hands. Thursday next is the day of polling. At the inquest held on the body of the'late Mr. E. J. Msurphy, solicitor, the medical evidence showed that deceased poisoned himself by taking prussic acid. A verdict of suicide was returned in accordance therewith. Ministerial Re-elections.-The nomi nations took place to-day before 6 p.m. The following are to hand :-Ballarat, Messrs. Fincham and Jones; West Bourke, Messrs. King and Madden; Ararat, M'Lellan re-elected; East Bourke, Messrs. Miramns and Ramsay; Wairrnambool, Mr. B1. Douglass and Sir James M'Culloch ; Dunda...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November, 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875
:.NEW SOUTH WALES. " SYDNEY, November, 1. Mr. Henry Ecklouse has filed his scheduile, liabilities, £12,000 ;. assets, £6,80Q. A woman 94 years old has hanged herself at Enfield. At the Monkland Claim, Gympie, a new reef has been struck, and splendid gold found at a depth of 20 feet. A severe hailstorm has occurred at Maitland, causing nmuch damage to the crops anid vineyards. Two children have been drowned at Branston. z The Somerset, with the Torres Straits S mail;:has passed Cardwell. The steamer M'Gregor arrived at San Francisco on October 27th.
(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875
(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. M3ELBOURNE, November 1. The first Geological sketch map of the whole of Australasia was exhibited to-day. Nominations. for the City Council took place to day. The only opposition is against the Mayor and Mr. Cuitain. The booths and gates for the Vic torian. Racing Club's Spring Meeting were sold to-day at good prices. The?e' was only steadyj exercise' it Flemiiigton, this morning; Dilke and Kingfisher were out. De Murska has a crowded house to niglit for her farewell performance. An inquest was held to-day on the body of Mr. Murphy, solicitor, who committed -suicide on Saturday. It/was ' ouried until Thursday, in- order to allow an analysis of the stomach to take place. The breach of promise marriage case, Titley v. iMoltine, was further lro ceeded with to-day, and was adjourned until fo-imorrow. The Theatre Royal proprietary com pany have declared a dividend at the rate of 10 per cent. Nothing :further has.been heard of the. young ...