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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, November, 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

NEWV SOUTH WALES. ~yDNEY, November, 25. The Court of Enquiry into the charges preferred" by Major Airey against Lieut.Russell,of the Permanent Force, was concluded to-day. The en quiry was conducted with closed doors. A public breakfast was given to the Bishop of Brisbane this morning. 130 persons were present. The motion in Council for the ap pointment of a select committee to en quire into the Govermnent Banking transactions was defeated. ?roNxE, November 23. Mr. Geo. Thornton has been ap pitnted ExecutiveoCommissioner to the Philadelphia Exhibition, and will leave shortly. The rule nisi against the Evening News for contempt of court has been withdrawn, the matter being left to the discretion of the Attorney-General. Treeve, having been cosnvicted on an additional charge of forgery, was sen -tenced to. 13 years' imprisonment. He stated that it was untrue that his family were provided for, as they were entirely dependent upon friends. Ini the divorce case Teas v. Teas, a verdict fo...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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SHIPPING. LONDON, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

?SHIPPING. Lo-DON, November 13. The Superb, ,bound fogr Mel)bourne, returned to the Downs, having been in collision with 'tnothier vessel. Thie Strnthnaver and Stratlnmore, Australia ships, are reported at Lloyds as missing.

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (FRO3I OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MIELBOURNE, November 25. The slander case, Brandrick v. John son has been concluded. The jury found a verdict on both counts for the plaintiff. On the count of ale_,i drunkenness, damages £7 i hat plaintiff had not been gnui e.:ent conduct towards the sch, ; ,ii.' , .lan ages one farlthing. In the.A Asscnbiy thi.s afternoon, ir. Kerferd promised to appoint a Police Magistrate for the Horsham district, and a Court of General Sessions for St. Arnaud. The code of bye-laws agreed to by the recent mining conference.- s',. shortly be gazetted. Scarlet fever has broken out in the Lying-in Hospital amongst the family of certain officials. The patients have been removed and isolated from the neighbors. In the City Court the case, Dawson v. Dawson, was dismissed without costs, by consent. The debate on the financial state-' ment was resumed this evening by 1r. Service, who led off with a speech in opposition to Sir James M'Culloch. B...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

SOUTI- AUSTRALIA. . ADELAIDE, November 25. In the Council a motion was made to read the Stamps Bill that day six months. In the Assembly, the Government propose amendments made by the Council in the Public Purposes Bill. The flax; competitor judges recom mend a £10-prize be given to the inven tor of the 'Melbourne machine. Willis lectures before the Depart mcnt of Agriculture on Monday next, on agricultural education. Wheat quiet ; nothing doing in old.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

QUEENSLAND. BeIsSAxN, November 23. A meeting has been held at Mary borough, at which it was detennined to form a Working Men's Association, to prevent Kanakas working on planta tions Captain Brown, of the Mary Mild- I red, barque, has reported the recape of fire convicts from Noumnea in a large boat, with a fill supply of siorey, rcn prising 14 bags of four. yinms and .fruits, and one barrel of water. The prospectus of the Bricul:ne Steam Packet Company, with a capital of £250,000, has been issued.

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GEELONG WOOL MARKET. November 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

GEELOKO WOOL MARKET. MTorember 23. "Iessrs. Goc.E SYssor and Co. report: There was a numerous attendance of buvers at the sale to-day, and fair competition for every lot prices ruling salout the same as last week. We offered about 1000 bales, and sold all excepting a few small clips too highly reserved at satisfactory prices. Greasy fleece, 84 to lld: do lambs, 7 d to 10.d; - :!dpieces, 4?d to S?t; do locks, 2,d to 41;d .os.washed fleece, 16~d to 20ud ; do pieces, 10d to 16 d; do locks, 0?d to 124d; scoured pieces, 14d to 15d.

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. November 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKAET. November 22. Mcssrs. GEORGE SyNOT and Co. report: ~ at Cattle.-A full supply, only one lot of which were of prime quality, and prices for the best quality ruled high.. Our sales were -for Messrs. Highett, Allen, and others, iS medium quality bullocks froin £7 15s to £9 5s ; qows £7 to £8 7s Gd. Fat Sheep.-A full supply, all of prime quality. There 'was, a. good attendance of the town and comitry trade, and all were cleared out at prices equal to late quotations. Our sales were-for Messrs. 51'Innes, Bland, and otliers, 101 wethers at Ts; :35' ditto at Ss id ; 10 ewes at 5 . Id ; 327 ewes (in the wool) Ss. Total sales, 7S9 head. Fat; L'mlnbs. A moderate supply, of good" quality; but prices were hardly so.firm ' aslast.tweisk. We Ssold 50 head, for 'Ir. -Hidiett, tb'7s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

COACHING. COBB AND CO'S RIOYAL 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 p.min., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CARAMUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, THENcCE TO MOUNT GA MBIER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate post towns, leaving. Geelong -vecry Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at ,50 p.m. Coaches A,lre Cobb and Co's Booking Office, Geelonf., 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 Warrnanmbool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday, and F...

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[?] PRODUCE MARKET Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

)- eT.ALLION, ? .ENS.KO "OEUC IKET of Fairy Queen, R DUO MARKET. draw Vale to _-" Saturday Evening." ill be limited ~ ceports:-The impsrt markets if r,, l vely operated in to-day and neeipna~?,t=' tih ttransaction carried through in the auction marts, there is little of interest Sof ,to refer to. Breoadstiffs s how great firmness, more especially in regard to wheat, which is about apenny dearer. Some smalllotsof fair SNorthern weire quitted under the hammer at Gs 7Ad to 6s Sad, and privatelv.lusiness has been done at similar rates. Western flour Swas sold by auction at £13 os Gd; a parcel - -of -Northern offered at the saine time was withd?irwn. for £13 10s. Feeding grains show firmness. The cargo of maize ex Zephyr has been cleared off at 5s. By pullic sale a few lots of good oats found buyers at ,3s 9d to 3s 10d. P R J DU C E MA.R KE T S. lThie following were the ,prices of pro:luce at the undermentioned markets at the latest dates: - hlgot. Eglish . ts. 0lou ? Potatoes. 1Hay. Per...

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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGIRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, November 25. In the Assembly to-day, in reply to questions, it was elicited that the Government intend to appoint a Police *Magistrate at Horsham to do duty ii the surrounding districts, and to appoint additional Justices; that it was in tended to appoint a Court of General Sessions at St. Arnaud; and that the code of mining bye-laws would shortly be gazetted. The budget debate was resumed by Mr. Service, who said that the Trea surer, when he made his statement, had a most difflicult task to perform, not in submittisng the propositions he did, but .in justifying himself by turning out two Governments, anld wasting the public time for four months. That he had not succeeded in justifying this course of action, and hoe asserted that Sir gJames M'Culloch had earned for himself universalcondeimnationthsrough out'the country. He then proceded to show that his financial predictions had been wrong, and generally criticised close...

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. PROPOSED ANNEXATION OF NEW GUINEA. LONDON, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. (BY SUBMARINE CABLE.) [REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.] PROPOSED ANNEXATION OF NEW GUINEA. LONDON, November 13. The representations from Australia in favor of the annexation of New Guinea are under the consideration of Cabinet.

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TALK ABOUT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

-o,,l- Ilno w' oi . .,i?' The tallk is that there never was such "heavy wet," and unless that mythological Jupiter -Pluvius retires very soon, or umless Aquarius drops his watering-pot, that we shall all be flooded away into boundless space, and that the happy time will then conic when the lion will lie down with the lamb, and where therewillbeno "firebrands" to disturb the peace of Fussy and the Big National Pawnist. The talk is that some persons have very curious notions about conferring a favor. A certain hotelkeeper in Colac, who has lately taken to this line of-business, was visited a few days back by an individual who re. marked to hism that he had visited the house for the purpose of "giving him a turn," as he had a great respect for mine host. He followed these remarks up by having two drinks, and then requesting half-a-pint of brandy in a bottle to take away with him. The landlord, who hadi not received an equivalent for the two drinks, remarked that he would like to see th...

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THE PRODUCE MARKETS. LONDON, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

THE PRODUCE MARKETS. Losnox, November 13. Copper of all kinds is quiet at late quotations. Tin is firm at hardening prices. Owing to the revolt at P'enang, Straits is quoted at .£85 to £86 ;: ad Austrat alin at £80. Whicat renmaius unchansged.

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THE WEATHER. LONDON, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

THEi WEATHER. Lo 64o Ndovember 1'3. The weathloi is:?,vcry unfavorable, with continucid',floods, both in England anlI Franuce.

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, November 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, Nbvember 23. Sir James M'Culloch delivered the third financial statement submitted to the As sembly during the present session on Tuesday last before a full House. The galleries were crowded, and the utmost interest was mani fested in the Treasurer's deliverance from its opsning to its close. After dealing in an oracular manner with the statements made by Messrs. Service and Berry, showing wherein he differed from those gentlemen, he went on to inform the House that when he entered the Treasury he discovered that the finances were in a deplorable state, from which his timely accession to office enabled him to extricate them. He not only assured the House that there was no floating balance to the credit of the Government, bnt that trust funds to the extent of £200,000 had been absorbed to meet current liabilities. In addition to this the interest on debentures had to be paid, and the Premier led the House to believe that he had adroitly ente...

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COLAC AMATE[?] HAND[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

C014AC AJii' T/74j1 - F M P I A L II YD')h INSURANCE COMPAN S OF LONDON, The followisng halldl.. £1,945,0 coei were nmade oni T,,id Oficefor Australiai Colonien .. LINS-ST. WEST, MELBOUT A. T. C'".''t tlRates and Prompt Settlen of Losses. Mr. J. T'owngd'sel. t for Colac-W[LLIAiM. FIN± ,, ). O'Toole's ch? . J. J. ?Tc?icl:'i LARA' BANKING CO0 ,J. J. I rricJ (Limited. . E. Mahier's i;,norated under the Companies HIURDLLE 1864. 't?ITAL £o00,000 STERLING, O Mr. T. Kemnp's ib g "Al Offices--Late the Oriental ,. .Tohnstoio'shl ation Premises--Lydiard. SDt 1 H. M. Hean t-, DInECTORS. .1l0ccson'shi'. Rudsond Esq., Ii D., Chairms ,F. Archer's ig Gibbs, Esq. J.P. Orlando Caieron, Esq., J.P. J. Kempi's ib- t rson; Esq. J. P. late Vest ... o s, sq H.A. I Icns li MIa aier • IJ. Jones. Tlf . Auditors : : Mr. J. Tilley's hbi ,Prot eiry, Esq. I J. B. l'Quie - DI?sTRICT VALUER. J. H. Vagg's bl im Bsc1AMt FINN IS ESc? I . Salmoii's b mLu cyL . ~ 'IONEIER, COLAC. to J. Scott's b ii Kate Kc' it{ ,,I. h....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

LOOTD STALLION, MOLENSKG ' . - ' is out of FaPu.5. this season at Yco, the ?V oodrowil :, ,ieh-?red entire horse, Hle wcilbe : ".. THE BARON." isi sf .. 'l'he Baron's sire and dais were imported lion by ir Chirnside. tr" Pedigree-The Baron, by Amator. Amitor by Rlataplan, out of Amainda, got by Annandale her dam 1Extravag:ice, by oltteur. The Baron's dam Dewdrop, by Turnus by Taurus, out of Catherine, eby Don John, g g dam Araoche, by lih1o da-puta. &c., &c. .The,3aron is a brown horse, aged, stimids 16 bands, thick set horse, short legs, with good flat hone. The 3arnm's stock. can be Seen at lir J. Calvert's; Irrewarra, as the pairs he drivcs in the buggy and the carriage,-are by IThe Baron. They : took'first prize at Inst Colac Show. ..- . As.to age, and qualities of The Iarin, aipply to lr. John Scott, Colac, the late owner. " Terms-- 3 Is, nmares to be removed on notice, or a charge of 2s Gd per week will be made. A. good grassed and well w-atred paddock, will he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

BIIEAD ! BREAD!! BREAD!!! No ADVANCE IN PRICE. 41b. LOAF 7D. Best Quality. Full Weight. At Colac Bakery. JAMES W. BIRD, Proprietor. W ANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT. to go to Geelong. Apply at once to Mrs. M'LAUGHLIN, Colac Hotel. NOTICE.-- ALL STOCK found STRFESPASSING in my paddock at 'Irrewarra, after this date, will be impounded. A. COOK. Irrewarra, Nov. 25, 1875. OR SALE.-Half-an-acre of Land, fenced, situated next Mr. J. H. Connor's property in Forest street, aid formerly occupiedt by the undersigned. Terms Easy. For particulars apply to ALEX: HILLHOUSE, Blacksmith, Murray street, Colac. 7 OR SALE.-Half-an-acre Block of LAND,, on which sis erected a substantial five-roonmed weather-board House, with fiont suit.able for shop.) The above was formerly occupied by Mrs. M''Cure, and will be sold a great bargain. For particulars apply to Mrs.' C. M'CURE, M.urray street, Co ac. OR SAL OTATOEs/in uiany q1antit 4sa c ewt. Apply to the Office of t raper. /.. FWOR SALE.-POSTS and RAILS PA...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

SIl JAiMES Ml'CiULLOCIi hlas u1bosoimed himself, and lhis budget speech has been delivered in thel Assembly. We can not give the TREASURER much credit for his originality in attempting "to adjust the incidence of taxation." It appears very clear to us that he has plagiarised, if we may use the word in ,the present instance, from the schemes which were brought forward by his predecessors in office, Messrs. SERVICE and BERRe, and the only part of his programme which lie cani fairly lay claim to is the income tax, and this seems to be surrounded with such a mass of intricacies and haziness of de tail, that one hardly knows what to make of it. It appears now that the great outcry made by the TREASURER, when addressisng his constituents at Warrnambool,.about having to provide for an alleged deficiency of £340,000, turns out to be all bunkum. This de liciency is now stated to be only £180,000, which is even £5000 less than the amount at which it was esti mated.by IMr. BER?rn. According to...

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CORRESPONDENCE. It is to be distinctly u[?] not identify ourselves [?] our correspondents.[?] HUMBUG E[?] (TO THE EDITOR OF[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

ORY.... r adcu psrpritors, farn COI I O A irm cash dvainces c --- -2tor complete purchase It is to be distinctly j-la Gover enmc t for privel not identify ourselve tmportariiy or for a term our cnrrespondcnts.- ?nts-Approved hbills 6 - HUIBU' ea current rates. HUMBUG E3?~l receives deposits o -(To THE i o it call or liked, ony wlic (TO THE EDITOR OF of interest will bh San,-Your subsidised othls ... 4 per cent. per the llrd 'I' Times in its la 3 do letter signed "Colac," .' . ! do indl]ges in some amtst "'" I. J. JONES a: pro'titoted journal, silent coniem? t't wi "tria Life qrnd General Is your paper, Mir. Edi ompaeny and Savings Ins put his real name - of assuming a moan ifd Office- lMarket Street, M have been more ea . , il . itiated. Hove 40 0 shares o which the letter ensnasu. Uolsioited Liahilitye:i one outside of such clil l, H 't notice of it. The rollow nn-lonli"e ble. Henty ,rich :-"The last atterpiimil Gunrantee Assorance Friday last to insult theest Currnent?ates, anud c...

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