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CORRESPONDENCE. SCOTT v. BATTY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

COPT RESPOVDE',NC,. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.-EDITOR). - SCOTT v. BATTY. (TO TIE EDITOR 0F THIE HERALD. Much sympathy is felt in Birregur'ra at he heavy damages awarded in the above case. Young Batty's negligence may have caused the accident, but the general feeling hereis that the fine of £10 in the P'olice Court was severe. and wouhl be a caution sufficient to meet the case. It is well known that the plaintiff when driving his coach cannot lay claim to perfection, therefore the surprise that the case of damages came before the judge. I trust his good sense will lead him Sto make some amicable arrangement with the defendant, who is an old lhard-itorlking man, r much respected .by all wvho know him. I am, Sir, &Ec., * MEDL-ITOR. Birregurra, November 17th.

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. SINGAPORE, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

DIRECT, TEL2EGRA MS FROM. EUROPE. (Br- SuuM IIX1 CA BL 1-) [l{U1i)"'1' S.SpC.IA.L EA'UE1.EC;RA.MS TO a III-hAS'SOCL1ATE D PRE~SS.] S[NGA 1'Oir , -Novecmbcv 18. A. g~ood ledl1 of fig 'ting' has. taken place at; Perak on the~\I 1tx ,Peninsulae. The Enalish troops captured hae stock adoas, oid repuilsed the lI iavs'T[hey halesio catptured six 00110,5n and buroned vilhiigia along the hlini of march.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

pautes U ,ri, h? "' ?~ h .oo+. the reading of thr rst. a ?'• ondier over i.t hi i nh "h1 r saite, tor I :ha uearl.e , my heart, hidd. .s, Mr. 1 inlay,, every day ibsoethirpurehas'er. M itself by oo? splf ii ' the hrugs that. secrdet lioso ?O '- somUwhurh use m to ben . ?loa moutnt 1a tised pity or s or 'n. 1 "Loeok into thyi :' rs., tase b etter for m e to a 1k r 's= s' hi " " writing to one ma iil, -+ ris:s't dence, with whomi?;.m a 1e i " ,shose sid and couins ot? ir' .ro hereafter to be happ '.a t" the proverb-" RehBi j -ro e in thy Youth."m l"ii ,. t Look then int ;, these wernt for hundreds h+' has been to et . ai h gu eas is, O Childrenlil?? ?r."tewes isth ihout their table." et: /argas late, and feel it f '_e Y3,i - hood to live. " l h to' 1:10s d betr.o .?,,o seek E , "Look then rh.t. ( a . aid remember thistnl", ,n the co thy strength be,':hd " " your ease, no eyes h?b a??a,, "Izot relief mentally and pc £iuniee from ' to you, and that,tonp9?e'" dish onored and prej o, thes...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

MELBOURN] STATION PRO DUCE REPOL rT. . oveiber 17. Messrs I IH. Crtouis nod Co., report T\ool.-We held our itsual sale on Monday last, ait which there was a good attendance of buyets, shot 'coml?eted asell for the various lots offered. The catalogue com prised 6(20 bales; of whichnonowere superior lots. Greasy realised Sd to 52d ; Scoured, 15d to. 1,d ;,and Fleece up to 22d per lb. Shec1pskius.-We have held our usual sales, and hjve disposed of a large supplly of all descriptions, prices, however, are lower, for both green and dry skids. We sold But cher 's, green skins at'4s toGs;' Pelts; Gd to 2s; dry skins, 2s to Gs ; 'and.Station skins in bales, 3d to 7d per lb. Hides.-Tie miarket is not iso? lirim, aidd we have disiosed of as average supply as follows, viz i--Green ox, 24s to 346 ;.cow, ils to 23s each ; Victobrias wet salted, 4:d to 3d : New Zealand, 5d to 5Ad; iod calfskins, did ,to G per lb. Tallow. -The market is not so lirm as it has bee ': the demand, however, is good, an...

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ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

1\Nb \L 'dl si IRIN I'6 iirear laIid. bnfore~ tIhte oultil tlic duly atilituti iituunia statuuiuut ofathe Shire, adcaaat.ata ' a.b repart at thei audittaas was read. as tab" We hav thet lht 'r" to uinfout you that Ave h te, very cirittilly examinelld thii LicCotI kt of the Shires " and h-ae touch, peasurei lit - W.Jr correctness as shown in t S a t of receipts and expenditure. i . standing are as follows :-1870, £4 o 8SliS71, £5 15s 4d; 1872, £15 Os Gdd; t ;573, £16 14s; 1874, £78 4s 6d; total, £120 I ios 101; which we have certified to in the rate book, with which book we had to conm pare every rate with the blocks of the col lectors h;ooks to enable us to arrive at a I satisfactory and correct conclusion. W e leg to suggest that in future thes Collector keep distinect blocks for each ,lding which, if carried out, would .much cilit:te the work of the auditors. We also 1 vise that the cheques be numbered conse- 1 1tively and that the totals of all the eleu s in the rate borok be giv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

1 HORSES. ?>: , ENTIRE, S 0 Stand this season at Yeo, the thortoigh-hred entire horse, " TIHE BARON." .The''irati's vire and dam \ei'e imported bv Mr Chirnside. Wi Pedigree-The lBaron, by Anct-to:. the Aintor by Rataplan, out f, Amasiinda, got by Aim ndale her datn latravagnee, by col Voltiiiur. The lrtn's dim D)eu?drop, by vet Turnus'by Taurus, otit of Catherine, by act Don John, 'g g damnt Araclte, by Filho- an du-pptau &c.;&e.- ha The Baron is a brown horse, aged, ho stands 16 handso thick set horse, short legs. with good flat bone. The Iaran's stock can be seen at. 'Mr J. Calvert's, Irrewarra, gi ".bs the tiiro he drives in tihe bugy and the carriate, are by TIli Bnron. They tokt first prize at last Ciolic Shbw. As to aige and qualities of The Baron, apply to ,li .'Johin Scott, Colace, the late at • owner c.....c Siermt s-- 3 Gs, mares to be renmoved on notice,.or a charge of s 6d per week 0 will be nuide. A °ood grassed and well wat'red piddock." will be prov...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. :.. November 17: MlaS'RS HEErPBUsN aD LEONARD report : The stock . yarded were-215 cattle, 47. calves, 10,455 shedp, 1,833 lambs. Fat Cattle.-Supply was again a moderate one, quality ranghig froin inferior to prime. At tendance of buyers was principally eenlined to the town trade.,- Owing, however, to the shortness of the supply, the market opened at an advance, and hardening throughout, until at the close a rise of fully O20s a .head was established-. Quotications-Best penas bullocks,o 11 10s to £15'2s id ; good, £9 10sl to £11;. niedium, o £7 up. Cows at propor tionate rates. Following are avcrages of the principal niobs-MMr. J. thompson's 100 bul locks, £11 17s 6d; 11. Armstrong's 17 do, £8 Is 10d,-5 cowa ;£(l 198d; G. Ladson's 10 do? £6 16s O9L' ,at,Calves.-Supply was a full.onE'for toheeason, and cimisucently prices declined; lagt selliig to 04s. Fat Sheep.-Fully half of the above-auntioned supplyv were shorn, anul all such mIade about late riteslbis...

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

COLACG SHIRE C'OUXCTIL. ~ WrEi s).\ti, NOVEM¶1E1t 16. Present : Cr8. JBeal, IHaiuto, CL'ulstoii, 111 the AlJS=C of thc ].'resjlidet, CJr.. Beac1 waS voted to the Chair. wr The mitiottes of the preciOIO Meetingwr read andi confirmed. v~oltnti.S1'0D1NCE. -- - Copies of letters seot sinee lasCt Inleting w.r.r read by the Secretary. From Assistalt.Commissionlerof lRoadsand Brid,'e. forarmdinigcopy of exatnct from ro port '(ir. M . p'ooowaul, weith reference to the Apollo Bay track. The smot of £;00 was statcd to Ib sulliciulet to make a good road. The Chairman; l said that the Council was not ill a positionl to mlake any new road. The uestimaltes for the year had been sul, itted. T'Jle road would only benelit tmh (;tlverlnctlll for taking s.tores down to the lCr. Bh tanaln thought it was the least Sthing' the Co,,uncil could do was to execute soine works on the road. They received a large endowment. It was all very well to talk about the estimates being made up, but i tht was a very sel...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, November 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, November 15. A Gladstone telegram says that the barque Camilla arrived yesterday from Noumea. On 30th October she piclked up a long boat with two Swedes, who reported that they had run away from the Danish ship, Dr Grant. They had been 17 days at seas: ";They said the captain was dead, andlthat a common sailor was acting .as matt of the ship. The men, were destitute, having only one biscuit left. Coosirown, November 17. I.The steamer. City of Exeter has ar rived-at Cookltown with 385 Chinese; aniid lithe B?iisbane, on, ie 15th, with 3400Qpaackares of tea' and over 200 packag"es suindries, the latter for Miel bourne. The Minister of Mines leaves Cook toistii on atour of inspection to the Icalniier'idgings to-day. -

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MIARKET. November 17. Fat Cattle.--This market was again short supplied, only 743 head having been drawn for, consisting of 1its from Queensland, ( ippsland and snear town, of prime and goode descriptions. The denmand was brisk throughout, and prices advanced 20s per head on lasst week's rates. Best bullocks sold at from £14 to £15 12s G? : odd beasts, to £16 7s lid ; good quality bullocks, from £1 l 10s to £12 ills ; second do, rom r : 10 to Il0 10s; inferior do, from £ ; best cows, from £10 to £11 17s Gd; good do, from £s to £9; others, from £6. The following are the princilpal averages :-Messrs. A. lRoss and Co's., Bulloo River, ueensland, 272 cows and bullocke, cows averaging £10 I0s, buil locks £14 3S Gd; I. King's, Namlnbrok, 11 bullocks, £10 l1s ld; U. N1'lac's, Caml paulint. 81 cows, £11 9s I d; T. and A. Chirnside's 1Yerribee Park, 57 cows andt bullocks, csows, £8 ts, bullocks, £12Is ; W. N.. Waller's, Bulloo River, 199 cows and bullocks, bullocks, £14 ...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

PARLIAMENT. SBoth Houses of Parliament met on Wed nesday, but little more than formal businiess was gone through in either Clhimber. Sir f James M`'Culloch informed the Assembly of f the intentions of the Government respeeting the conduct of business. It was his intention to deliver the financial statement on Tues day next, the delay attending his re-election at \Varrnmbool preventing himn from submit ting it earlier. Several bills would also he introduced without delay. These would in clude an amending lani bill, a hill dealing with the question of the public health, - and one introducing the postal card system in Victoria. If time permnistted, a billto legalise mining property would also be submitted, but its ,assage through the House would depend upon the despatch of business. He ",a=, however, of opinion that if the Govern. ment succeeded in passing a measure pro viding for the deficit upon the year, and re adjusting the incidence of taxationi, the ses sidon would not be altoget...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

SOUTITATU TRALTA. ADELATrn, November 18. The Stamp bill has been read a third time, and the second, reading has been moved by M?Tr. ]Boucaut of the Railway Loan bill for two and a half millions. A dreadfiul murder has been con mnitted at Morara station, near Went worth. A man named Anderson knocked down the cook, tneW' hlihn. into the river, and then drowned him self.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

A CONSIDERABLLE. amount :of business was got through at. tle meeting of the Cohac Shire Council on Wednesday last. It is ery satisfactsory fo:. the rate payers to knowr thatiti Shire accounts arc quite correct, -an that -the books of the Shire are kept in ;',manner which reflects credit on the Secretary, Mr. P. C. WILSON. Everything appears to be properly in order, and there are no laches to complain about. The auditors paid. a well-deserved compliment to the Shire Secretary for the correct state of the accounts, and the Council may consider itself especially fortunate in having such a painstaking and accurate officer as ir. P. C. WILsox. A rather curious circumstance came under the notice of the Council in connection with tle audit. The dog officer, ir. B. N. BUTCHER, was found to be due to the Treasurer £9 5s, ald out of- this sum there was an amount of £7 15s which AIr. P-UTCIbER said he had paid to the Secretary, but could produce no receipt for such payment. Mr. P. C. Wa.sox, t...

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COLAC POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th. (Before Mr. A. Hamilton). [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

COLAC POLICE fCOUlR. TuaSDtY, NoviMBEit 16th. , (Before Mr. A. Hamilton). Annesley Owen Brownrigg was charged with vagrancy. Joseph Mildern deposed-I am a laborer residing at the Larpenot. Know the prisoner, atd saw him on Monday last at the Larpent. He did not seem very well, and said he was low spirited, and felt as if he could cut his throat or hang himself. Hie hung a logrope (rope produced) to the beam in the stable, at the back of M'Kay's house. Took the rope down, and prisoner told me to leave it alone. Asked him several times the reason of his attempting to coummit suicide, bust he would not tell inme. Mounted-constable Arnfield deposed that from information hlie received at half-past 12 o'clock on Monday night he proceeded to the Larpent, and went to the residence of Miss M'Kay, where the prisoner was. Told hipt hlie was chargeds with being a vagrant. Then arrested him. He was locked up in a room in ,he house. By the prisoner--The door was fastened by a piece of string. 'Th...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

NEW SOUTB WALES. SvsDNEY, November 18. A .marker, named Duncan, was sured by a bullct at the rifle butts 7&day. : An hotel next theu Commuercial Bank at Inverell was burned down last night, and the b ank narrowly escaped. An old woman halts been found drowLned in e well at Waterloo Bay. She is believed to have been connected ,ith the death of the young woman edtintly found on the oicks at Bondi ,sThe time has been extentded bfor the rception of exhibits for Philadelphia. , November 10. petition has been presented. by . Iuigerford against the roturn of r. Ml'Elhone for the Upper Hsunter. A man nanied Donald M'Donald has beein ,'arrested in Queanbeyan for. a -iudrlorous, assault on a man named Blevitt. W. B. Gurnett has commenced an action against idlle. ..,Do Mnurska's agenit for breach of conttdt, damages being laid at .£1000. The ftee selectors'. delegates hold a. pnublic meeting to try and form a central land league. Weston Waller, clerk of petty sessions at Tumberumba, ha...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

mantl - - Si thealocalD Board of Advi2 th c ~ telo a a~uij~ i lD B o a rd l o f A di c e Co. hditlser.person in authority, is directed, "Bafact that the old cosspits at the Colace A School should.be removed. We are in-.f ed n goode authority that a child narl iy escaped snuffocation in l one of then ? fewi- days siice. The little thing sli ed dovni by its shoulders and head, w a it was discovered ?nid rescued from its 'perilous position by a larger child. As these cesspits fre about 16 feet in depth, and contaisi 8 feet of aightsoil, the childhad a narrow escape... Besides this, they stand ii a very exposed condition, and are alto gether too near to the school. It is there fore absolutely necessary,- for health's sake, that these old cesspits should be at once filled up, a-d the closets pulled down. Several of the townspeople are quite ndilling to subscribe a respectable sun of 'mioney foi the purpose of presenting prizes to those childrei attending the Colac State School who prove ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

ENTIRE HORSES. T1- E BLOOD STALLION, " SMOLENSKO,'. " " 1By Panic, out of Faiiry Queen, Will stand at Woodrow Vale, two miles fromt Colac. lie will be limited to thirty snares, exclusive of owner's, ther :Des' early application is necessary. bdthi .1very care taken of mares i t cl sponsibility. tioned e All mares to be removed a ' quantity whhen stinted, due notice of ' Feeding given, -after that 2s 6d. per tion.. Oa chiarged for griass. ' for erdir Terms- £3 3; I New Ze: E. JO . rTO o Stand this sens, -L thoroah-hbred enti The Baron's ?i7 by Mr Chirnside; ' Pedigree-The r Amator by Rataplai, on by Annandale hcr darnt Volteur. TheBa -'--- - Turns by 'ra us -.` Don John, g d.. da-puta, &c.,'&c. The Baron is stands 16 hands, thik With good flat ih can be seen at -., as the pairs hi the carriege, took first prize As to age aii apply to Mr.. owner. Terms-£3 on notice, or a,"; will be made. . wat-red paddo:: care will be tak sibility. . S THEOD THE THOR \Will stand thi; M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

COAOHING. COBB AND CO'S ROYAL 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 Coiac 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 p.n., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAFAMUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, TaIENCE TO MOUNT GAMBlER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate post townes, leaving Geelong every Monday, Wednesday ansd Friday, at 9.50 p.m. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Booking Office, Geelong, daily (Saturday excepted). at 9.50 p.m. for Warrnamnbool and Belfast, returning from Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 10.30 a.m., on Sundays at 4 a.m. and from WVarrnambool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 1 p.min., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday, -and ...

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GEELONG WOOL MARKET. November 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

,W El QN(I WOOL MARKET. • November 16. Mtsrs? M, LL?nsi, wINES, & Co report : Wool,- -Xearly 500-') bales of wool were oI'ere?d'to-day.. There was a' good attend aice of buyers, but recent telegrams and ac couut sales received by the last mail had the effect of loweringa prices a little ; still we managed to effect an almost entire clearance at a shade under late rates. Buyers were, however, cautious in their biddings, and prices' were a trifle casier. As most of the February shipsi'have'ither filled up or left the culoey, we were prepared for a' decline, and met the inarket accoidingly. We sold greasy fldece frotih 91 to 13', the latter price being obtained for asmall clip of 14 bales of x-bred wool in light conditioni and well skirted, marked ?Mei oDyer Middle Greek, and washed fleece, froi IS.}d to 23d-the latter price foa atine 'sample of merino wool, marked ''. WAe passed all.our lohts einder thrc hbiales i?iwaig t the lateness of the hour; but shall ofer 'them to-morro...

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PRODUCT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 19 November 1875

P: r: I Oul) 1T C >: 'M R :IC ET''.S TIo follow i ig wcr the prices of produce at1 ih undmelul;ei oiiloud mainlks ait t l tesist ldates ; S- - I heat , - . O : : ottos. . Iter liuliel. 1. 'er lushel. eIr Hiushel. Per Ti. 1.'r '.n. Per Ton. s. d. . d. . s. d. . . . s.d. £ . s. s. . s. , s. £ Melbourn ..... 6i (i to 7 ... 1 ( to 1 5 to ', 10 ... Ballarat........ 6 2 to 6 : ... 3 2 to 3 4 1: 10 to 14 0 6 to .i 7 4 10 to 5 . Kyne3ton ....... ) CaLstlemaince... .5 9 to 60 0 4 0 13 10 to 14 0 t 5 to 4 10 4 1. to Sanidhiur st . C celo lg......... . Becbworth ... 4 ' to 5 0 ... 4 G 0to .1 10 to ll ( ; 0 to 7 0 ( 10 to 7 C GEELONG .LIV:E STOCK 'ARhKET. SNovember 15.. Messrs. GEOi(F SvSy.OT and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-A short supply and prices were firm up to late quotations. We sold43 head for Mes-rs. Hall, Highett, and others-bul locks from 1£7: to £12 10s. Fat Sheep.-A lshort supplyaanid the butchers lhaving sup pliis.oui hand, sales were dull. W- e sold for Messrs. Weekes and Faulkner ...

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