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A MARRIAGE NOT MADE IN HEAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

A AJRI.IA&GE NOP JLADAD IN I IHEA VEN The young wife of the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia, son of the Czar, says Galignaui's Jessetnger, has just been divorced by the tribunal of St. Peaers burg. She was a Hessian, and in that quality had been accepted by the Empress Maria Alexandrowna as maid of honor. Her Majesty was rapidly captivated by her young country-woman awho speedily became her favourite. Another: conquest, of still greater importance, awaited the young lady in the Muscovite empire. Nobt absolutely pretty, but endowed with that grace which bewitches more than beau,.y, possessig a charming ti-utre and an incomparable elegance, she inslired the young-Granl Duke with an irresistible passion. : Oine evening the Empress saw enter her apartment the maid of honor bathed in tears, who, throwing herself at her M~ ajesty's feet avowed Iher love, and besouglt the Czarina's consent to thle marriage. That same night tlhe young lady was 'ut into. a railway carriage, andi under go...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

- ALLA ? 'l (1;N .Nt"ýNGX`µ v7kr4u@, 2 %T; ,ha .ir n ? ih,, , we m anies , " ,. tTLoNAn Rit sh>r N PTNY of Aulstiolin (Limited). h a chat, l ho Mioderne Ratec of Premium, > t ng, anlld Drn ors. ie , strangely nECTOiS ls- tics twhich were Chairmtn-ITichard T uwentyman, Esq.; ommn, other lis Vice-Chalirmno-Thos. M\Ioubray, Esq., J PIde which will, is to be J. L. i ll Esq. qi ntity beyond a doubt. Lion. C. J.. Jut uer, .L.. C hoe iade to Wainwrigut Thos. Alston, Esq., J.P. ad he was accustomed to llatthecr Lani, Esq. I.ne srinletl about. lenry Sterriinsoii, Esq Head Oilice--n. 1, 5Mari t-square, 'C1,' O R. street ehlbourie. ,:N'O] AiNr O.LJV.r]u.. \Ml. MIACREDIE, Esq., ,.P., Secret .i.he Aryus claimed all Acent for Colac--BENJAMIN. . f ILLconstituencies in which SA . R I A .'A been opposed, as in 'IRE INSURANCE COMPAN ~ iistry. Y esterday.s OF LONDON, " , "Argus' bushel" to. Capital.. ... .. 1,945,00s accorded the Berry HIcad Olice for A ustralian Colonies -'ounrconufenmorary say...

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HORRIBLE DISCOVE LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

HIIORRIBLE DiSCO IV LONIDO.,. The following are the ful s the discovery of the mutilatl unman being on the night of c oer, in the neighborhood of q On the same night the Southw, nformed by a mans that there very suspicious in a four-wl?ec_ had come over Londoil-brid " contained appaiently only a m. and the police, on examining' human body, in a very decor and mutilated in a shocking n sawn asunder in such a way tl might be disposed of separatel and woman were taken into ci mlan is known as Henry Wait had been a contractor for police cast end of London. A man was, in the Commercialrroad( the person nanicd above, who. convey two parcels wrapped canvas. The masn afterwards four-wheeled cab, and told, t wait while he h went to fetch; from his town residence. Sto ed the front room of ai emnpty hon nted to see the mutilated lhand of aý 1protruding slightly from one of t in about five minutes \Wainwri". the cab and received the parcels froli and dlircctly afterwards the yourt followed. Wai...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

.NTO2'EL'S ANJ) EVLUWLS. -- Parliaicent resmunce its sittiigs-:on cAYoed nesday .first. No day ihas yet bean fixed for the finicial statemlent, buit thl Premier will, it'is supposed, name. one', awen the ArSenibly?meets. lThe Colac Couinty Court sittings took pilac on Friday last. There were only twoa or three cases xi hich plsseseed any interest at all. bThe case of xeett v. Batty, in which the plaintifl' soglht td recoiccr £40, dannages sustained by a a accident causecd through the negligence, of defeiidant's son, resulted in a verdict being' given for £30. .Ir. Jbhn Scott and Mrs. Batty positively contradicted each other in their sworn testimony. The case of,Prigg v..Coniey cireated considerable aunusemient. The pliintif ainld defendant stormed away at a igreat rate, aid mad&l a deafening noise.i They provedi too much for the patience of Judge Rogers, who, after listoeing quietly for some time, cautioned the belligerent suitors not to "rave at each othel like a couple of ...

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SERIOUS OUTRAGE BY MALAYS. BATAVIA, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

SERIOUS OUTRAGE BY MALAYS BATAVIA, November 11. M•r. Birch, the British Commissioner at Perak, in the Malayan Peninsula, has been brutally murdered by Malays. Sir William Jervois, the Governor of the .Straits Settlement, proceeded to Perak with troops, and after much fighting, one officer was killed, and two officers and eight men wounded.

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COLAC POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. (Before Mr. A. Hamilton). [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

C OLL- I-O.L?f CU'OG?UI,. . .. ..vru u , N0Vo 'Vo . i 1 . \i)Donaltn \. \l'K zic.--(hue-u of aa sanlt by thlrowilg water in thc'faccot plaintill: D. JI'Douajl deposed that on Tluesdlay aft?noon? last h, was 'in MuIrray-street, when, ho llcart his ifiam fOA a .aie fendlnt, I. \Woods, and .4., Willi standing outside t;he Hf aldeoffice, were the persons who called him. Sover, and 1. \Voods said to him, " What ; about the Melbourne Cup ?" At that mnoment? Willis andl defendant went into the ollice, iand the door was shut. The water was then thrown from the office, and went all overhis clothes and face. The water was not par. ticularly clean, lie supposed. Asked 1. W\oods what it ineant, and lhe said, "Do you suppose I lo Ito anything about it " T'hen wenft aica~yiSaw defendant throw the water. . T t iBy.defeiidan?itlLaom sure I saw you throw the water. Said, when speaking of it after. wards, thftii-Iff:iiy nan had been stuck with a knife for-less. Johac-Schwank-an'd John hI'Oure deposed...

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THE PREMIER ON PUBLIC AFFAIRS. LONDON, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

TEIE PREMIER ON PUBLIC AFFAIRS. LONDox, November 10. At the banquet given by the Lord I Mayor (Alderman Cotton), at Guild hail, Mr. Disraeli, in replying to the toast of IIer Majesty's Ministers, said that war with China, which had lately been imminent, had fortunately been averted, and it awas the desire of lEngland to strengthen the friendship with the. Chinese. The Government regretted that alhiirs in Turkey were less satisfactory. Circumstan es were certainly critical, but he felt convinced that a result would be attained which would lead to a consistegt peace satis factory to public opinint. Hie was deeply conscious of the magnitude of England's interests, which the Govern iment was resolved to guard. lHe al "luded to the enthusiastic reception accoiled to the Prince of Wales in India, and thought that the visit should be rife with important consequences.

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CORRESPONDENCE. SETTLEMENT AT APOLLO BAY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

d CORhRE ASPOND L ENCE. B SETTLEMENT AT APOLLO BAY. ;r (TO TirlE IEITOtr OF TilE IE rALD.) it Sn,--Your correspondent, "Enterprise," in your issue .f the 19th ult., after giving a somewhat glowing description of the natural wealth and productiveness of the district surrounding Apollo Bay, but which I con sider in no way exaggerated, gives expres. sion to his views of the iinpolicy of reserving as al State forest such au extensive area as is included in the Cape Utway Reserve, in o which is included the district of Apollo Bay. Seeing that very little of any national ad. Svantage or profit is derived from this reserve a t present, and the extreme improbab:lity that there ever will be, together with the great public advantage tlhat would unques. tionably follow tile opening-up of the dis trict to the settlement of all industrious ipopulation, I cannot see how any one can ditler froim your correspondent's opinion- indeed, he might have gone much further without oversteppiug the mark. 1,...

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. LONDON, 11th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

:5;iRECT T JEGRAllS FROM :itSOrt. ·- 4 --~--- .(By .SUBMARINE CABLE.) [REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMIS TO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.] THE PREMIER'S SPEECH. LONDONx, 11th November. The English.and foreign 'press attach great importance to Mr. Disraeli's speech on foreign affairs, which was delivered at the Lord Mayor's banquet at Guildhall..

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTIRLIIN ASSOCIrATED PREmS T LEGRA.MS.) MELBoUrnE, Noveniber 15. The Intercolonial Military Rifle Match was held to-day, and was won by Victoria by 82 points, the respective scores being-Victoria, 2025 ; New South Wales, 1943. The Victorialis were ahead at every range. The VWeechurch trial, for attempting to murder Warder Moran wt Pentridge is fixed for Friday. It is rumored that on the meeting of Parliament, the Hon. Graham Berry is to move that no measure of taxatibn is to be entertained until all appeal has been made to the country. It is likely that Sir RIedmond Barry will proceed as honorary commissioner to Philadelphia. Sir Wim. Stawell presented the lrizes to the boys at the Public Schools' Sports to-day. The settling over the ate V.Rl.C. Meeting to-day, was very fairly at tended. The financial statement will be made on Tuesday. Wheat is quiet, and prices unchanged. Mr. Geo. Fairbairn's Till Till station, Riverina, has been sold, with 70,000 sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

-E HORQ SES. ?C` ' sLOOD1 eT ALLION, S"SIIOLENSKO,"' S By Panic, out of Fairy Queen, `-( Will sitatid at Woodrow Vale, two imiles froni Colac. 'He will be limited to thirty mares, exclusive of owner's, thcrefore early application is necessary. Every care taken of mares, but no re sponsibility. S All nmares to be remioved and paid for whben stinted, due notice of which will be given, after that 2s 6d per week will be charged for grass. Terms: 03 3s.: E. JOHNSTONE, Proprietor. r 0 :?tand this season at Yeo, the t thoro6igh-bred etitire horse, "THE BARON." The Baron's sire and dai were imported by lMr Chirnside. . Pedigree-The- Baron, by Amator. Amator by Rataplan, out of Amanda, got by Annandale her danm Extravagance, by Volteur.. The Barcu's dam Dewdrop, by STurnus by Taurus, out oef Catherine, by Don John;t, g dam Arachne, by Filho da-puta, &e., &c. The Baron is a brown horse, aged, stands 16 hantds, thick set horse, short legs, with good flat bone. T'he Baron's stoc...

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THE PRINCE OF WALES'S VISIT TO INDIA. BOMBAY,12th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

THE PRINCE OF WALES'S VISIT TO INDIA. BomlBA, 12th November. The Prince of Wales has laid the foundation stone of the new dock at Bombay, with Masonic honors.

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[?] PRODUCE MARKET. November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

1: . Novsember10. 1 . .e ports:--There was little showy - tq1usiness in the import markets to-daLy, the Spdersal and consilderation of the mail advices delivered this Ioruing occupying generals attention. Breadstuffs present a steady as. pee?, arrivals being maintained on ao moderate scale. The demand has dropped to some extent, buyers lhaving operated with some freedosm on the late rise, and until their stocks shall ]hare been reduced by consump tion little activity can be anticipated. Ac edmlts coming in irelative to the conditidn of the growins g crosls are not so universally S favorable as tihey-were a short-tinie back, :d the measuire of: success attendaint upon the elsuilsg haivest must greatly depend upon the ,weather of the next week. Wheat is nsalcable at GIs 7d for good Nortlherl , and gs Gd for prime. Western, bags included. Fmlour is essing in trade lots at £13 ts for apI??.?e Northimern brands; the city millers sult;l i bakers at £13 15s to £14, bags re turnacl. sFeedin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

COACHING. COBB'AND CO'S IROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. DIAY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tucsday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m. passing through Colac at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach leaves Cobblind Co.'s Booking Office, Gceiong everyf Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT MAIL. G EELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at 9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAPFAMUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, TItENCC TO MOUNT GA MB1ER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate post townr.s, leaving Geelong every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 9.50 p.m. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Booking Oflice, Geelong, daily (Saturday excepted). at 9.50 p.m. for Warrnambool and Belfast, returning from Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 10.30 a.mn., on Sundays at 4 a.m. and from Warrnambool daily (Saturdlas ex cepted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at ti a.m.. from llamilton every Monday, Wednesday, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

PEtsoNS who are inthle ]aibit of occa sionally attending the Courts of Iarv in this coliny must be' very painfully impressed with the thut that the crime of-perjury is, anything but an uncom nmon one. The flippant mininer in which many persons jump into the witness box, a'rd give the Bible a hearty smack is very noticeable. Notions of any solemnity being con necte.d with the proceeding seeni to be entirely lost sight of. And certainly the manner in which the oath is often administered goes a long way to con firm 'this impression.' Usually a wrell thumbed or greasy Bible is placed in the liands of the wi the witethe form of the oath is gabbled over helter-skelter by the oflicial wlo performs this duty, and the witness " kisses the book" wit'hout being at all sensible of the. fact t hait he has called uponl his Creator to witness the Runthfulness oof his- testi 1mo1y. In consequence of thi, liasti ness being displayed over this very hiportint matter, .the evidence often given is of a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

OLAAC AMATEUR TURF . - CLUB RACES. NWILL 5 E HELLD ON MONDAY, 27in1 DECEMBEI,' 1875. Si ?. E. Johnstone Mr. A. Chllapman J. Tilloy G(. Hall P. Fall I D. Kinane ' I.' A. Whyte T. Kemp 3-1. Nevlon J. Woods IMr. J. Wray. Ji"sc, : iMr. H. A. Whytc. sr.urrEi : Mli'. G. Hall. C!ei'c oU" Sc.LES.i: Mr. P. Fallon. CLEr:c OF COLRSE: Mr. J. Kemp. ST:'.lscuir:ls: M: r. J. Wray. PR G1(I A I31E: ' ilt :,N PLATn, of 20 soVr. One mile anda half.- Weight for age. Entrance, £1. JuNIO * St?reIs, of- 21. sOVS. For two year olds. Distfhee, .three-qluarters of a mile. W eights; illies and geldings, 7st 41b colts, 7st il'. Entrance, £1. Qualilifica; tion, £1. COLse ;_aotI:re Ter:F CLUB HI?suIC.\_, of 30 som?. 'Iwo usiles. E?trauce £2 10s, half forfeit.. NS:hous iisc::, of 1.5 sors. One mile and a half. \\ inner to be sold for £15, any sur plusto go to' tlh UI:ace fuinds. If entered to be sold 1';'r £10. allowed 711;: if for £5, al loosed 141i. Entrance, £1. No qinlifica tion. HAm?. i.ar HuIv)Lin RA?e, of ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 16 November 1875

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 15. A number of laborers have arrived from Melbourne for the Port Pirie and Gladstone railway works. A very successful trial has been made of Westinghouse's air brake for railway purposes.

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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

(AUSTrALrA'r ASSOCIAiED~oPR.Ss TE.GI:IGRAM.) in MELBOURNE, November. 18. In the breach of promise case, Annie Galvin v. D: D. Simpson, a verdict was rcturned for plaintiff 'for £675: No evidence was called for the. defence. Judge Barry, in snumming up, said that lih did not think there had been seduc tioni in this case in the proper sense of the term. The committee of the Victoria 3a'c ng Club will consider the Misbn case on Monday. . In the meanwhile, \-Mr. Mfason will proceed agaiinst Messrs. I'hompson, Hariper, and Coleman, the ivell-known bookmalkers, in the Police Coinrt'for assault.: Mr. James Muilne, tlie well-known lctor, died this moriiiugn at his residence n Fitzroy. . . The weather to-day is very unfavor ible for rifle-shootiug. The rcpresenta ,ie manatch, in which there are 370 competitors, was:commernced to-day. T hGriare 387 candidates for matricu ationi The eruamination commences ,5 thle2otlih inst. hlnieat is it is 8d.. .

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (moM OUR0 OWN C0?RREsrONDn-T.) MNELBOURINE, November 18. In the Central. Oriniinal Court to-day, the trial of Thos. Daly, of Colliigwood, registrar, was finished, and defendant was found guilty of unlawfully celebrat ing the marriage. Da?id eoss, the husband, was then tried for siding and abett;ing in the celebration, and was also found guilty. Both of the defend ants were remanded for sentence. Pending the delivery of the financial speech on Tuesday next, politics a"re in a (quiescent state. Mr. Layard, brother of the explorer of Nineveh, has been appointed English consul, at Noumea, New. Caledonia.

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SALE OF SIR CHARLES SLADEN'S LONG-WOOLLED SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

SALEOP+SIR (7IIARPLls ,S?LA.DEN'S LONG-WO'OLLED SJLE;L'P'. Th'1e abo)ve imp r ~At sale too'1Uk cca Ripple)] 'Val, ne. tierrron itcicd;!i" last. TIle attetilaui'e we not so Jarg e as acs Wuticirt1 '.A e arrangements for pmi t!loftn ~ fWere oruZlhef. A !f:1eOtiif fl iuncn n:l~~ rn:l fv `,r. J~nors('ooItin 1-in 'I - -lt Cola- forr. woo at;wll of ;ooi~rl lin: tUr~oa Is olfm lrlenF Ithe echo. `Thn onofioncero werc Mleotro. T.

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