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

SI JA)IES AI'OCULLOCI, , in his speech it Warrnambool, on Saturday eveiing last, has put the country in possesion of the main details of the future polc of his Administration. The utteranice of the Treasurer on this occasion iwers characterised by a haziness on- many, points which is not at all satisfactoiry . reassuring. The total deficiency whiclh would have to be met, Sir JA??ES stated to amount to £340,000. This included Sso'e £60,000 which Mr: BEYn had not taken into accOllnt, on iaccll UI ;ehig a deficiency iii e heo revenue de rived from the rnilways, owing to the alterations made in the tariff of goods traffic by Mr. Woons. Thisiss a state ment most people will receive cuOL graiuo salis, and the Treasurer will have great difficulty in proving it to he: true. In order to .meet this deficiency of .£340,000 the Treasurer proposes t impose a land tax, irrespective of any, kind of property whatever. H" olders of 1bank stock, insurance shares, ana other similar investinents will b...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

i (To THn EDITOR OF THE HEIIMALD.) Ss,--Wroold.you allow me to refer'to the : sub-leadert'coatained"o 'i.' the last" editiotiof the 'Colseri ative organt tlie :cdli Thn+es, wliich was Overilowing with s?insinuations 'rid . inuendoc's regarding the educaltional.' ahbilties of the c?gentlemten elected.to consti dtitle 'tho ' m atsnt,.i'oii'iittle n of tihe Fra, i Ll'hry??: i"liotih like thritii.of tl:e'sait "' article to defilse wlsatIht oilsaishy cdlctitioa Lducatiois' I hold to be knowlcdgo acquircd, o'm?nttstcr hos, wvliotlicalrb thI ihlTdox t.ln tia afslosti'ethliy' b dicaasmis'oi'; o theCrwisC.:s hO.tw vdr,'l- sisrt, :w:ithout foar dof. contra dtio, ?t tig ht 0 0ots o at?' ,tltclln tn tilt mir.i i "i I''rringtoig woildd aowlaavs ho 'a pheno tsnooi, and li tiso Basi :ipiceaure is hoisting j /"t- tip,

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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MELBOURNE. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

lei w' COSR5ns~ot-sNDsN.) end Saturday Evening. o P'se1olitical are stagnanit until Si aid c l!ehl opens thelrall this evening 1l, an iuitil eondlay mnorlning tietestly fo whit the Pednuer am ? ?? far as is known there will be indeh?viich will exempt smaIn a rdloper incos rinomet ?x on all incomes save fr onsollowed bly an adjistment tnarift? withouts injury to the industries jsent enjoying :,- frolectio . No :serio6is '-nu? o looked for in any oether qua'rt eeiart aun&West Boeilsee so thet the eech ant Wearrnambool the contests a bove-mentioned loealitiees~iill coie all the liblic attention. . T oham.r, t Air. ouglasswmill oppose Sir Jamei?. * ane he calmot hope.forsuccess .. - *- 't mudstle gratifyisi to strugglitiig seli2 :s' who have to work as laborers in order .lisoind the money wherewith to make im Lsaivements ..on,.their: selections,- that r'the -ient Miiistei: of Laiids does liot inited i'to i.:e residence a comnpulsory condition so I'gi.its: th selectors' bona Jide...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

(TO THIE EDITOR OF THIE aIEIALD.) Smu,-Tf any donbts existed in tire minds of the poop~le of Colace as to wheother yu lod Corntemporary 15 01e of the subsidised lriiruirg. joororis tint 'iro sp~rienan op is various parts of thoe colon I tii that tilose doulbts will be rdismeelled ifter reading the remarks in its last iss10 respecting tho ,ltrou of ca"didates io thie Library Corn. nitee Amongst othler tings tile tacticsof tire renal press in the colony is to vilif3 or traduce the claractors of nll true liberal. mindeo inen, io mrtter wla ttirCi position mnan hemn sodiety~ ~Ias rrot tire band roes sirowa viod the cloVen foot displayed b your esolterraporary hi thoneriarios madle respect. oirgsonaoof those tosideiits wire score etected to sOine ori the. Coiariiitote of the Free ieraty. M dihy of rr4 filendS, sorP unit olistairt, reaoiirg t~hose olros'u~tiosrr would rrntlrrrlly~ tuiurlc thdt I Janet oecoisd tire frejoed airol associate of pot-honso corroprrious and irsohr.iatos, otiti.t...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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WHAT MUST BE CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

S: . . BY;S'IL;ID)ESMHj NDUhM. '-. "Fools are my theme, let satire be imy song." , There are momhents; in : ma's'journey through life when he feels himlself called upon to repair an injury or avenge an insult:: If the weak are insulted, nman, if he is a man, will step forward as their champion~ and demand* satisfaction. --If- auytling ob' jcctionabile to the senses, or to the finer feelings of hoinan naturd, exists, man deems it incumbent upon him to have it removed, ;toa;ert his superiority, and thereby enjoy the 'inhooerent birthrighit ibf every mani-free dbm. 1 These, Ml r. Editor,' ae my reasons ior taking- up my len oie thei present oec eion. I wsh to refer to the brainless ellusioni that appei'red in the Captain's gaii, oen titled, X' Trip to -Loutit 'Bay, by Oar Own toportoir,"" whini ofulsieL. "l ...... e ".. ss idit totle colmmlon sense of the conlmunity; a slur on the beauties of Nature, a piece of execrable *impudence olterdd ?lrtis to nll lovers of tlhe beautiful, allStt...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinetly inderstood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] CXTHE LATE LIBRARY ELECTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

[It is to he distinctly understood that we ti inot identify ourselves with the opinions n of our correspondents.-EDirrol.] TIIEL.ATE LIBAlRY E.LECTION:. S (TO TiH EDITOer OF Te IIns 5 ALT.) STs,-I perceive the Colac 'Tites has com mented adversely on sbiome of the coinsiiittee ,elected by, the '.subscribors to ?assist 'tihe trustees in their deliberations for thle elfare of th' C olac Free Library. Ylour humble setrsait, li : classes as. a : "tap-room, beer drinkelr" wanting educatioin; &e c.: 1Had ho stopped at~a-nwaut ofeducation hl'ecwould. sbt lie far ot.: le i-ysclt s it sustieils.l"-I insist say I never pretendcdtlelto bo eduleated. 1 as so tignesnt of mIy own igioraniee.1 selce kinos' esnoueghl tO Pchiiiittjtuitbf iiiis. chief. ' know imuch less aboutl the editor of the Cvl:c T'imes. Can'?iou, Mr .' Iditor, en. ligshte ' my :ignora e; .ansd .tell wvio le is, Lwhence coIes s hle, wlhatht'ehis antectdelits; anud wheredlocs this brillianit luminary halg o?t,. so Ithi.t'I...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

s` r .. ,W 1 TI REHORSES% . Tj " of the gentllinen con the false article) .... ?n'ýý gs regi ta it-',?\should be highly -educated-in fat, evidelntly much better than the editor .r any of the itinerant staff of the "Hard,Times. With regard. to.the other two gentlemen- elected, who the hard Times deem to be objectionable, I would say they possess every qualification necessary to advance the interests of the Free Library, and to perforni the duties allotted to them ; and it certainly shows very bad taste on the part of the editor of the Times to condemn men, through the columns of his journal, because they chance to privately disagree with a paltry clique. Yours, &e:, A HATEl OF SHAMS." Colac, Nov. 1, 1S75. . OxrE Is LIFt.-Dr. Bright's Phospho dyne-Multitudes of people are hopelesss, suffering from Debility, Nervous and Live. Complamts, Depressioni of Spiiit, Hypos hondria, Timidity, Indigestion, Failure, in Hearing : Sight, and Memoiy, Lassitude,, Waist' of Power, &c.,...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

CENTRAL BOARD 0 IOF ALTL. A special meeting of- the Board was held Friday, 29th October, when it was deemed desirable, in views of the con tinued prevalence of scarlet fever in several parts of the colony, to make the following regulations for prevent ing the spread-of the' disease, and to at once publish' the sanme for general infor mation; the board expressing their hope that in the interests of the public health the local sanitary autherities, as well as all peirsons cohcerned, will give the regulations a careful and zealoius observance : The' contagions disease known as scarlet fever being at present prevalent in several towns and places in Victoria, and the Officer Administering the Go vernment of the colony hliving, in accordance with sec.. 30 of the Amend ing Public Health Statute 1867, directed that the provisions contained in see: 31 of that statute, for, the pre vention of epidemic, endemic, and contagious disease, shall be in force therein, the Central Board of Health, in...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

S(TO :?IE EDITO. OS1 TIi rIE R Sr,-Tho Colac Tlmes, in its lasti very wroth because Messrs. sFareS -i isUgi 8skene werie no elected as m ed,l gn al Colao Library Committee t »Ile tod, last,- and therefore abuses the 'enesda who were elected. It is well P etl~aei Mr. J. G. Jelnigs s one of tile Chief at porters, if not a rproietor, of tIc su*, anod hlie no doubt feels gravellaed at.., ,1sal of :the electioi.. 1 shliold n?ot be at 'prised t t finathlat'he either wrote, al sur to be written, the article in ' ..ecaused more cowardly attack on respectblzon. A. 1 have seldom met witll. e Mes Te ltizes Sitlington, and Chapman have si "ed he for a number of years, ai d lhaves a borne an unblemished. rclutatiii. - y ihave givell their time and mo.ey 0 S Ie? ocbasions in furtherance of lochl o?,- arni it- is villainous that a.hircling ,press suln tlhis.bo allowed to. slander tlier lies lloi ltcse gentleehn "are quite ec-ual i"n, l cdulcation to Mr. Eea or J i . 11t of indcied.to Messrs.:Farri...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

ORSES. *- - --. ot the wieek, fe f e cinto. Brep-' Sany prcels offs of e at fol tateso. aY:; a fair oderate le.eerienced early ; -s. *Breaastuft' country c)ndency against /;~ly~, Iii~Upfnt inemeUt m the -~ad? . ee .in1pOiE;ioiis, ihe value'of wheat being relatively fully 3d per bushelhigherthan here. Private advices received from Adelaide to-day state that the farmers were delivering very small quantities. Victoriau wheat was dealt in to-day at 6s Sd., hags included, for North ern, and ai parcel of Western was placed at 1td less. Country flour is worth £13 7s 6d t5o £13"10s., but the offerings are very light. City made is selling amongst the bakers at £13-15s to'£14, bags retunied. In feeding grains, maize is inclined to improve; the cnmand at the moment is light, but imports from Sydney are likely to be smll, supplies there beirg so bare. PR O D U M A. R E TS. The following wore the pric of produlce at the undermentioned markets at the litest dates he. glish. Oats. Flour. Potatoes....

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

COACHING. COBB AND CO'S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. nDY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m. .passing through Colac at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT MAIL. GEELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CARAMUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, THENCE TO MOUNT GA MBIER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate post towns, leaving Geelong every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 9.50 p.m. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Booking Office, Geelong, daily (Saturday excepted), at 9.50 p.m. for Warrnambool and Belfast, returning from Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 10.30 a.m., on Sundays at 4 a.m. and from Warrnambool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday,...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

.IKREWOOD FOR SALE. -LEirewood, 2ft; 3ft, oi 4ft, delivered in Colac on application to J. T. WIL .LIAMIS, Larpent, or at office of this papeo. i O.G.T. - COLAO DIVISION. _*.' *I"NO. 112. SThe next Regular Meeting of the above Lodge will be held on Thursday, "the 1lth, histead of Tuesday, .the 9th .November. , A large attendance is re quested. ROBT. GILMiOUR, W.S. p O BERT COOPER S"'ARCEL DELIVERY, COLAC, Leaves Colac on Mondays for Geelong, returning the following Thursday. Orders left at iMrs. Cooper's, Colac, oi at athe Swiss Hotel, Janmes Street, Geelong, will be punctually attended to. fE LLIMON?GERY.-Colac Tannery. SHEEPSKTNS .D WVOOL * qught in any Quantity. DOWNEY. & PRAIG, :Feliiomngeis and Voolscourers; Colae. n H CI GEN\U IsE M HEELE'. ;'AND SWILSON SEWING MACHINE is the only machine warranted to give satisfac tion." ' ' - e; .er'iespectfullyJ ask the public not to be mislead by the puff'of our "Rival of former years '. The number of Sewing Machines imported (likeo...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COLAC POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29th. (Before Messrs. Hamilton and Rout, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

COLAC POLICE COURT. 'FIDAY, OcTOnEeR 29th. (Before Messrs. Hamilton and Rout, J.P's.) Police v. Robert Lucas.-Charge of driving a. vechicle at night without lights on Tuesday night, 26th instant. AMr. Hancock for de fendant. Fined Is. and 2s. i6d. costs. Shire of Colac v. John Bcwsher.-Rates due, Is. The defendant was stated to be insolvent. Verdict for amount. The Court then adjourned.

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 2 November 1875

BIRTH.   L ambell, Thursday, 28th October, the   wife of Mr.Wm. Lambell, Birregurra, of   a son.           THE HERALD, WITH WHIC I INS ICOCrOItATED TIE "COLAC OBSERVER." .'Published o0i Tues day: and Friday mornings. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1875.

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875

ENTIRE 0 d F " BLOOD TALLION, ' e 11 A '"" SMOLENSKO, " [,j :' By Panic, out of Fairy Queen, Will stand at Woodrow Vale, two miles fiom Colac. He will be limited to thirty f'r ?mares, exclusive of owner's, therefore goiý' early application is necessary. . Every. care taken of mares, but no i e sponsibility. S All niaresito beremoved and paid for ._wxhen stinted, due notice of .which willbe given, after that 2s 6d per week will be charged for grass: Terms £3 3s. SJONSProprietor. NE, Proprietor lil, R.GaUS. SAC A'N D A L (By Ace of Clubs out of Lady Heron, by Fisherman out of Omen, thedam of The Signi and Seagull) h,, WUILL'STAND this eason at Janerourt, S" . near Camperdawn. '. TERs-o10 GUINEAs EACHII MARE. S ArgusScandalis deserving ofthepatron "age of breeders, not only because he proved himself the best colt of his year, but ,in coinseqience of the 'splendid strains of blood' that couarse through'his veins. His sire, Ase of Clubs, is by the. immortal S Stockwell (the most successf...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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THE MOCK MARRIAGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875

THE 'MOCK CMARRIAAGE vASE. The chirges preferred against Thos. Dally registrar of marriages at Collingw6od, David Ross, licenee of te Sir Robert Peel Hotel, and Charles Kemp, watchmaker, of Coiling wood were heard on Tuesday at the Coling wood Police Court, before Mr. Templeton, P.MI, and a full bench'of inagisrate; The information had been preferred at the in stanco 'of the Crown law Officers: :0-Thos6 Dally was charged with professing to cele r .ate? amiarniage on 12th Oetober,ý between David R:css . and. Theresa Staughton, nee Bonner, in thd presenceof: only one witn?ess of full age, without having nad three days' previous notice,twithout haviqg.posted suoh notice in his office, -and w.ith having cele brated it after 4 p.mi The ichargeeagainist Divid ', Rssa 'an ,idChaliles Kemp ,were for having aidedarid abetted'int the coinuission f the foregoing actsP.Mr.O'Loghlcn prosea cuted; Mi. H. Molesworthirstruicted iy Mr. elM'Ia-n,'w - i - IfoEiDally;`ad d IM" t iA cad anfor .loasd_:fi...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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HANDICAPS FOR [?]NIS, ESQ., SPORTS. COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875

HANDICAPS FORi fNS, ESQ., SPORTS'. Co?nAc. Th f .-• `t I NKING COM The following are th very description the principal races to be rot, to the require ziext i:- ucluding that of TRUSTEES' CUI yds. slaication frLom 100 , farmers, and G. Kettle ... ser. noes on freehold - Meredith sor. rchases of land T. Gleeson 3 privete parties C. F. Forbes .. term of years. W heed ..." 5 118 discounted 1?Jag. WVoodo .. 5. 'E Ja. Williods .. sits of £5 and J. Arlott 7 which she folh Robt. oods ... 7 h".be allowed "j: Lee - 7 per annum. W. Lee 8. do IW. Webster ... 8.. d 1 AZrDICAP HURDL'ES fManager. yds al Insurance S?100 Institute. T. Gleson ... acr.' G. Kettle ocr.set , Melbourne. C. F. Forbes 7. £2,000,000 IP. Jackson ... '7 -0 W. Webster . 8 eac HANDICAP FLAT RA ry Miller. J. Willis:: "" .." . ces effected at P. Jacksoni ":a'-- d son (most fa B. Cooper .: J. Woodhouse .. .y information -G?.;P.. ROBERTSON )iigent R.B. MAOAFEE - .Secretary. SE. ARMFIELD A 'COOPER.

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CAUSE [?] COMPANIES C[?]E INSURANCE. FRIDAY, 12 [?]NAL INSURANCE CO. [?] Australia (Limited [?] CAUSES [?]tes of Premium. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875

- COIYLPANIE' 1: ' * INSURAN6 I FRIDAY lNAL INSURANCE CO Australia (Limited 6 . t: : AUS tca of Premium. I . 44. Hancockv. L1 . "46. Strickland . IIRUCTORS tyan, sq;, 6 o . ~card Twentyman, Esq;, 47. Hancock. v.r 4 " p]Thos. Moubry, Esq., J. P. 49. Gilbert v. R E Esq . 50. v. JB e lner, M.hL.C, 52. Lawler v. Wto, Esq., J.P. 54. Bell v. Wifl La -", Esq. 55. Halletv , e"60 sclsq. 56. Herrick' 0. 1O 1 Market-square, Collins 57, " V* treet, Melbourne. . 58 Gayiard NV DIE, Esq., ..P.?Secrctary. 59. errick v. k JAMi, T..MILr. 60. , . 11911 ?_ 60. Cper v. ~ E IJL 63. Prigg v. ByrnesANCE COMPANY, 65. ' ,, v. MonkONDON, 66. Ryanv. Butler . ... £1,945,00 67. ,, v. Johnson Australian Colonies : 68. v. Scott -A:WEST, MELBOURNE. 69. v. Moore Pompt Settlement 70. Eeav. Gamble, P~oss es 71. Prigg v. Gibbs , 72. ,v. Corney VILLTAM FINNIS. 14. Kbrr v. Glynn i 75. Howe v. eid NG COMPANY 76. v. Pligg 'te1.) 77. Weatlands v. Glthe Coipanies Statue 78. Collyer v. Besley 0 . 79. Hall v. Besley 0 STERLING...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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IMPORTANT TO AUCTIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875

3IMPORTANT TO AUCTIONAEJES. A..case of conaiderable importance.to .auc tioneere canme before the Bench ait the Pcns hifest Police Court-6on Friday last. Mr. John Hyland, auctioneer, wwas summoined at the instance of Archibald M'Larty, for non. compliance with the Auctioneer's Statute in not having furnished returns to.the Court of Petty Sessions of all stock sold by him-the penalty under thei section being any sum not exceeding £100; Mr. Cresswellappearid to prosecute, and Mr. Higginis for the defence t was, proved ,that returns had not .been furnished for stocik sold at Penshurst in February, last, and that M'Larty has had to give up possession of one bullock which he, alleged he purchased, andl had taken these proceedings with aview of getting defendant fined in a sufficient sum, the half of which would repay him the sum which he spent. Mr. Higgins addressed the Bench, and ad mitted that the Act had not been complied with by the defendant at the time mentioned, but that this case ...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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A CHINESE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875

.A CHl.?S tD. Insurance At a late hour oi:'uesda, b constable OMeara 'and .o.,cU u whiloon 'their rosiids;'dcoaereGl'O00,000 den in a lane off Little Bourke ctos- .:1 room about 10 feet-'suare was fitt r. seven sleepiingplaces, and each ofea Lowest occupied by a Chinamanof thelo. . In one of the bunks was found a - can be notorious character. 'On the offie ' lug she left the rooim, and rbossing t etary. of-way, went through ast openmg RE fence. This action excited the atte" the constables, and they followed'.li RD assging and out several pasagesi " darmgs .they, perceived .acmku n light, and' on making fori£s they fornd entrance to a cluster of roon.i Inon found two Chinamen supporting a, elm ? about: 14 years of:aget between thee o P, forcing her to smoke, p~iuih osst' of 'd~ bq.c ree " ipe which they pr'dsed against mouth The girl was alinbst insensible theicomstables at once tookher.tothewat ouee When t sheose eyted that t,4 name was Elizabeth Huitsfled, and that bday last a womn...

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