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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
QUEENSLANID. BRISBANE, November 3. The Lucy Ravel and her cargo were sold yesterday for £250. The vessel is not absolutely a total wreck, but is so much damaged, that it would be hopeless to attempt to repair her. A preliminary inquiry has been ordered to be held at Broad Sound, with refer rence to the cause of the stranding. COOKTOWNc, November 3. The blacks are exceedingly trouble some along the road to the Palmer, and there have been seveal cases of-spearing horses and men, and one case within five miles of Cooktown. Business is very brisk. Rich alluvial gold has been reported found two miles to the wdstward of Hell's Gate, but there is no definite news as to the discovery. New and payable reefs are reported daily.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 4. A commission has been issued to the Police Magostrate for epening a Circuit Court at the Northern Territory. A Forest Board has been:hppointed here. - A private London telegram, dated November 1st, states that the steamer Glenelg sailed for Adelaide and Sydney with a full passenger list. The Government have.prohibited the introduction of vines from Europe aind Ameria. ..: "4 .-.. Novembehr 3. Rust is appearing among the-North, ern crops. Dr. Stuist, of ,Melbourne, has been appointed Colonial Surgeon at the Northern Territory. S- The largest land sale that has ever ' '.-beieh held here took lplace yesterday, whlien:iboit', 5;?0I acres "were sold, ' realising nearly £100,000. - J. Kemp Penney, labor agent, wrote ¼ to the Government the other day offer ing to import labor from Victoria for the coming harvest. The Government declined. November 2. A flood has occurred at Port Pirie, and business is suspefided. Great in dignation is felt at the delay...
LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
. LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MELBOURNE, November 4. Mr. John Curtain, the retiring coun cillor in the Victoria. Ward, lost the contest, his opponent, Mir. Charles Wil son being elected by a majority of 15. In a breach of promise case Margaret -M'Namara, a domestic servant, sought to' recover £1,0001 damages from Hart ley Oliver Harkness, her (employer, was heard in the Supreme Court to-day. The jury awaided 200 damages. The French flood relief fund com Smittee have sent home a further sum of £243 13s, making a total of £1,225 5s 7d tiansmitted.
FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN TASMANIA. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LAUNCESTON, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
FEARFUL TRAGEDY IN TA"SAI NIA. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LAUNCESTON, November 3. A fearful tragedy has occurred at Mole Creek, Chudleigh, where a man named John Lambert, in the service of Messrs. Field; fiist, murdered, Isaac Richards and his wife in their hut, and then hanged himself on a tree close by. He .killed Richards by smashing in his head with an iron bar, and cat the wife's throat. Lambert was a Port Arthur man of bail character, having been twice charged with murder. It appears that Richards had threatened to take' some' legal proceedings against him; hence,.it is-supposed, the horrid deed. The following letter from Mr. Graham Berry is published as an ad vertisement in the WVarrnambool Exam iner. It is addressed to a Mr. , G. Russell, and contains the. following passage :t" With respect to Mr.. B. Douglas, I am glad that the attention of the liberal electors of Wairnambool has been turned towards him. I know no man in Victoria who has given stronger evidenc...
(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 4. The R.M.S. Pera. sailed this day. She took altogether 47,000 ounces of gold, and 132,000 sovereigns. The action for breach of promise of marriage was beard to-day, Macnamamra v. Harkness. A verdict was given for the plaintiff, £200. Mr. Gatchouse wss re-elected for Albert Wardc by a majority of 78 votes. Mr John Courtain was re-elected for the Victoria Ward by a majority of 19 votes. Saunterer has been scratched for the Derby, and Latona for the Hotham Handicap. The inquest on the body of Mr. Murphy,,solicitor, resulted in a .verdict of suicide while of unsound mind. His brother stated that the deceased wvas not' in good circumstance, and that there was a taint of hereditary madness in the family. The Ballarat Agricultural Show was opened to-day successfully. Adelaide wheat has sold at 6e id; western, Gs.
ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) TOWNSVILLE, November 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
ARRIVAL OF THE- TORRES STRAITS MIAIL. : : (AUSTRALIN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) TOWNSVILLE, November'2. The Somerset arrived at eleven o'clock on Monday night. EUROPEAN ITEMS. At the court martial held respecting the collision between the ironclads Vanguard and Iron Duke, off Wicklowm it was proved that the look-out :man of the former was purblind. The nietio politan journals doubt whether !it-is possible to raise the Vanguard. Dr. I K.'1 v has been brought before the police court, charged with libel Mar shal Bazaine is dangerously ill ,near Madrid, in consequence of the openung of an old wound. The iroin clad Diuke of Edinburgh was successfdully laucled' in the presence of 2000 spectators. The insurrection in the Herzegov?nia -is likely to continue, andcsthe insurgeits are receiving valuable aid fro? Sch1a vonia. The forces of tlhe arlistsiare reported as surrendering to tlihe Govelih ment authorities daily. A A ewi Mini istry has been formed in Spain, of which General Jovellar i...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November, 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November, 4. Lieutenant Russell has been repri manded and deprived of- seniority for striking a- brother 'officer in the Per manent Artillery Force with a bottle. A new mecdical bill will probably be introduced in the Upper House during next session. An.alarm of fire was given at the Go-ersinent House to-day, but nothing serious resulted. November . A hot wind with a dust storm has been blowing all day. , Extensive bush fires are burning in the suburbs, and the engines have gone out to Fairfield, on the railway line,. where a large fire is reported, probably in the bush. The body of a, woman has been found jammed bet.een the rocks under a cliff at Bondi. There was a large demonstration to day, at the opening of the railway ex tention from Goulburn to Gunning. SThe Marine Board has gone on an inspection of the ports on the Southern coast.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
ENTIR ELEGRAMS SUROPE. iRINE CABLE.) m E B I- : " "SIAL TELEGRAMS TO SBy PaniIATED PRESS]. Will stand a froin Colnc. INDEP ENDY NCE. mares, .esc1 iea November 2. early applic, i-.t hs sent a note to Every cf , settleient of the sponsibility. ° t, ' ,?, r.,. . .""nl sp t1?lbii ind recommending wiben stiiitnden.t" given, aftad Spain are strengthening ebarged f? ASTERN QUESTION. LoNDON, October 30. rpO i? .ezett~e of St. Petersburg 1. thhe Turkish promisesof reform, 'es that the Powers must take Thlcstreigthlen confidence and aid by 'kdition of the Christians in Psi Area HOLLOWAY's OIsriEmT AND PILLS.--? Counisel for the Delicate.-Those to whom seasons of changeable temperatures are pref tracted periods of trial should seek the eaC liest opportunity of removinsg all obtacles to good health. This cooling Oinutsient, perse veringly rubbed 'upon the skin, is.the most reliable remedy for overcomig all diseases I of the throat and chest. Diphtheria, related tousils, sore throat, swollen gla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 9 November 1875
_. COACHING. : COB B AND N O's a ROYAL A LEGRAP LINE OF COACRES. D&aY COACH CA?PERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Conch leave Camperdown every I'nesday, Thursday and Saturday t O 9a1ingu through Colac at foon' and reaching Geelong-at_ p.m. - ay coacn -eaves Cobb ari- o., Booking Oflf1, eelon a o evero Wednesday, ad Fridya t 9a onday, GEELO NIGHT MAIL. GEELO TO WARPNABOOL AND S ELFAST. Te ilntce o MORTLAogi ;-13rnch Line to MOUT. N aBI ERT , A AND rADEL VI? LA. LAIDEPE Geelong, ~ry a .nd . .s, leaving Friday fat9i n 5p p Sdaya a.nd Coae?s~lebave o CoacL~~s''lb.e Gee ;f, a on's Booking - ce, ' eel ' dil '(Sa3aur aY exce g at 9.50 p.m. foi. rrmbool nd cepted), r returning- fro"i.ilelfot daily (Saturnd el f - pnd from Wa}}?:4r o ,, on Sundayo at.. cepted) "at1 p ol " dily (Saturdays ex from Hamilt ?'4. Sundays at 6 a.m., nd riday, ry Monday, Wednesday, "d Friday, Ga~ km. .c E1ulaeendct irrg IuColeraino b-i-i. , _s. Balmoral tohsndo a J--n a of our instit sptionc ashore Sleggest t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 November 1875
*^/ ENTIRE RORSES. T HE BLOOD STALLION " SMOULENSKO' ' S' 'y Panic, out of Fairy Queen, -Will stand at Wo'odrow Vale, two niles fromn Colnac He will be limited to thirty mnares, exclusivd of owner's,. therefore early application is necessary. .. Every care taken of mares, but no re- &lt; sponsibility. , . 'All mares to be removed .and paid for I when" stinted,'due notice'of which will be given, after that 2s 6d. per sweek will bel charged for girass. ' Terms: £3 3s. . i * E. JOHNSTONE, Proprietor. r Io0 Stand this season at Yeo, the 1_ thbroiih-bred entire, horse,. h .'"THE BARON." The Baron's sire and dam were imported .by Mr Chirnside.: Pedigree-The, Baron, by Amator. Amator by Rataplan, out of Amanda, got by Ainandale her dam Extravagance, by Volteur. TheBfaren's dam Dewdrop, by Turnus by Taurus, out of Catherine, by Don John, g g dam Arachne, by Fllho da-puta, &c.,&c. . The Baron isa a brown horse, aged, stands 16 hauds, thick set horse, short legs, with ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 November 1875
COACHING. COBB AND CO'S 1l0YAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. DAY 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, at 9.50 pi.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAP All UT, PENS HURST, AND HSAIILTON, S TIecCE TO MOUNT GA MBIER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate :ost towns, leavihg 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. andl from Warruambool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday, ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] AN APPEAL FOR AID. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 November 1875
COORR1sPOATDBNTO - [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of. our correspolldenlts.--~sDIon.] Sr? Ha, in e:? ' .. ..·~ IV APPEAL TOP AID). (TO TIIE EDITOI: OF TILE IIEnALD.) SIR,-Having consented to collect thoe money from those persons who kindly pro ilised it for the purpose of buyin0 a musical' instrument for the Catholic Chapel, I beg 'o state that it lg~" Ir- of tiiaho, tital - s - lii can be'seen on applicatioit roprietors.: t?,i.e proprieors.: - " " C'ambridge Ledge, a r " Grattan-street, Prahrar4, To Mr. Williams. 1st June, 1875.: )ear Sir.-Such has been the benefit that ' dear wife has received by taking your reno- "' vating medicine as directed by you, that I am constrained, through feelings of compas sion for the afflicted, to inform you of. her case. For eight long years she has been" afilicted with relaxation of the boiwels. She has ever had a strong constitutio6n, and. a' good appetite;, tilleshe became slothful, and coul...
THURSDAY'S RACING, V.R.C. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] MELBOURNE. THURSDAY, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 12 November 1875
SJIURkSDA 1" A CIIY, & . i? ;4 (Bo ELLECrrI. TELERAPHes . s [(vs O?a-qu?ows - cOOi oisroDEoxsT.] :I D:AELBOURNE. TIsuesDA, 8 p.in.: The weather .to-day iwas splendid, andl: thergewas a large attendance. Sir Hercules Robinson. was, present. .. The racing was very good, ani'there were some close finishes. RorYAL PAni STAKES. A Sweestakes of 410 Sovs. each, with 150 added. Weight,for age., Two miles. Mr. E. De Mcstre's br c, 3 yrs' by Fire works- Syl ia ....... ........... ....... 1 Mr. J. Tait's b h Goldsbrough; 5 yrs...... 2 Mr. HI. Fisher's br f Onyx, 5 yrs........... 3 Time--3 min. 41 se. TIE FIskiG STeTrS. A Sweepstakes of 5 Sovs. eachs; with 100 added. Weight for age. " Three quarters olf a mile. Mr. E:-De MIestre's b c, 3 yrs., by The Marquis-Soir Grapes. I Sir H. Robinson's b-h ringsb orough; 4 yrs ................ Mr. J. Wilson's b h Newcastle, 2yrs.... 3 Fifteen horses startedl for this eveint. It was won by a short neck, after a splendid race. Time, 1 min. 16 see. T'...
[?] THE BALLARAT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875
! ~LECTIUN.A , .. , After Mr. J. Jones had returned thanks fromn the bilcony .at Craig's Hobtel to those who had. supported him, Bogus Clarke must needs conicm forward, and how lihe comported him self is thus described by the Courier : " Shortly afterw;ards, however, .an in cident of an unpleasant character occurred. Mr. WV Clarke, M.L.A., suddenly appeared at the end of the balcony. that had been, respectfully left to the possession of the ladies (Madame Ristori and others),: aind shaking in the face of the crowd below a piece of paper, hlie was understood to say that it was a telegram from. Warrnambool, announcing the victory Sof Sir James M'COulloch. This was recei:ed with no greater favor thasn Mr. Jones' announcement of the same fact from the steps of the .Town Hall, and the member for Grenville was ulti mately groaned and hissed; anrd hissed, and groaned, until, ,losing his temper, lie groaned and hissed in return. This exasperated the crowd, and a: dis turbance follo\ved. The...
[?] THE PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875
TIlE PERIOD. ;ifte says :- "No :hatdress becomes 0c,,G9 ago is too ilytsld for flimsy V'o halve got ". :JtI'ubeid of the J. V. D;>rtlett, Esq. A&,^ - . . down : W. Al Ferguson s.C il uit lilt, anid nowil0. S1C T s- tui SCYhid, 'io one safe n profitabhi, bj'i s seventy or leyon without incoy I, way in which Tti'e . .bers to ~i ;, ide ?p, from the falsiAld Ptropert o'n , niermaidlike over j te sI .an being re- i:ol down to the toos,p ai??, such ' ':sse?l.by phclhing boot'i an3 .ii sec e' linings, with heels to k , ing like wooden clogs, ans thrb ol she weight of the -whole body witli t's enobmous humps and hoops on to hoir toes acid fbre part of the foot, the eeming giantess mnest surely prove. terrible d'warf to her husbansd, when dhvested of her garnish iig. But mne .can now discuss and criticise female sittire as if it were their own, especially young mlon, and they ought not to be disappointed if the pea cock turns out' to be only a jackdaw on their hands. We have said ...
MELBOURNE. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875
IM fELBOURNP. (FROM0 OUsRt oWN 0 clOgIiONDEsNT.) Satulirday 1Svening. Politics during the last week haino hardly been thought of, owing to the Spring Mooeet Ing at Flemington, and the National Agri- 1 cultural Society's Show, to which attractions c thousands of our country friends have come. I in the course of a few days we shall be in a position to judge of the prospects of the now Ministry, and the reception accorded to c them, but until then I have nothing to re- t cord in the political world. The Cup day was the principal feature of 1 ithe week, and the locomotive resources of Melbourne were taxed to provide for the I conveyance of upwards of SO,000 people. Of this number over 37,000 were carricd by railway, and the arraugements of the authori- 1 ties for the occasion were excellent and faultless. The grand stand could not con tain all who had the right to a seat, but as the weather held up for the most part of the programme, the spectators were content to take their view of the...