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

SMR. A. BUTLE R, SOL]CI0' O I? Opposite National Bank, Colac. Ollice Hours-Monday, Wednesday, :tid Friday, from 10 till 3. lh CARD.] D II. F 0 ST E I May be Consillted at I-Its RLeSInrLxcE, QUEEx ST:rEET, COLAC, In the Morning before 10, anrd in the Evening after 6 o'clock. [A CARDn.] D R . R A E WTill VTaccinate at his own Rlesidence every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, between 2 and .1 p.nm. He can be Consulted bIetween 9 and 11 a.m. every mnornintg. [A CARD.] MISSES PRICE. & HIEALY. DI: 1ESS SIAK ER .8, Next Mr. Hamilton's Store, COLAO. C OLAC AMATEUR TURF CLUB RACES. WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, 27Trn DECEMBEII, 1873. STEwARns : IMr. E. EJohnstone o Mr. A. Chapman J. Tilley G. Hall 1. Fallon [ D. Kinane H. A. Whyte T. Keemp MI. Neylon J.. Woods Mr. J. Wiray. JUDGE: r. H. A. Whyte. - STr.TnER : Mr. G. Hall. CLERK or SCALES: Mr. P. . Fll01. CLEni OF COURSE : Mr J. J. Kemp. TREASURIER : Mr. J. ?inry. PROGRA MME: MAIDEN PLATE, of 20 sors. One mile alnd a half. Weight for age. Entrance, £1. ...

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THE MORNINGTON CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

TI'JI MfORTh IG'JTONV CATAS TROPIIH. The exciteuaent in reference totle drown ing of Arthur and Rudolph Kirk has not abated at Monington, where the parents reside. The. inquest on the .younger boy, Rudolph. was held on Tucsday afternoon at the Red Bluff Hotel, by Mr. Candler, the district coroner,; and he following facts were elicited :--The father, Jas. Fras. Kirk, barman at Rennison's Hotel, stated that the boys were aged eight and six year., On Saturday about four p.m. they wore mnissed by their mother from the paddocl where she had sent them to play. She looked for them in various directions, and inot finding them she went to their father and informed him of their absence about seven o'clock. He and a number of neighbors searched thp bush for some hours, under the idea that they might have strayed into it. Early on Sunday morning Mr. Kirk went to the beach,. and found some small footsteps on the sand, round the boat belonging to Geo. Force and his mate, but as he was not awnire ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

ME]LBOURNE LIVE BTOClK M1ARKT. " November 24. Fat Cattle.--11SOcre entered for the . eekls supply, the~reiter portion of which ",. were of good and prule quality, the balance second c.andjliiddling; There was a 'large attendance of buejcr., bu ast wcek's rates rwere ihara? y mainmtine:d 'Besatbullocks sold " T E=NA TINA "` atfrom 13 to £11' Ioder a of Pren to £12 ; second dd '?.-/Q r, inferior, from S ,..£8-;,.ipeios of Sve frim £10 to £10 15s; good do, from :£S to £9 ; others irom £6: The following are the principal averaes :--Mr. t. R. ussell, War rego River, Queensland, 206 head of cattle, hiullocks averaging £12 12s 4d; cows £9 Ss i5. These cattle were brought into com petition with a prime lot from the Westward, and realised a higher average.. 195FF bul loch's, £12 Us Gid; Foster's 142 do, CEl 2s 3d ; Gleeson and Co.'s, Greongal, 23d"head of cattle, bullocks averaging 112 17s (id, and 17 cows £10 Gs 3d. Fat Calves.-Over 200 yarded, which proved much beyond re quirements, and pr...

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PROPOSED NEW TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

isses I s OPO,S'ED I'ETV TAlXES E cu h aslljwing are the new taxes sub llolParliamnent on Tuesday by the do:- d:)d hi respect of lands and tene asi- cities, towns, and boroughs, .ry 20s of the anmual value &above be annual value of £80, .of ls and for and iii respect ai and tenements not being with city, town, or borough, for every the annual vallue -theieof above nual value of £80 an( below the _ual value of £200, he sum of ,ns r.every 20s above the annual f'...r200, the suti of is 6d. at i:an respect of all notes ecretalemanad issued by any bank 00PiEBin the colony, of Victoria --r+ 1st day of July and the ? June, the sum of £2 per I; the amount of such notes. eold iin respect of the annual 1:,00 gains arisnig or accruing ectoiion froni and after the ,first it'.uy, 1876, from any kind h-whatever i. Victoria, not "taxed herein, or from any s, interest of money, amnnuities, ens, or stipends, or from any pro eio? e" v'i ?.ocation respectively 'or exercised from in Victoria, c...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

IBALLARAT 1 T13 -'1CKF MARKET. o' S vember 24. MrasSRS HEPIrUIN AND LEONARID report : The stock yarded were--2S cattle, 15 calves, 23,100 sheep, 1352 lambs. Fat Cattle.-A -* moderate * number again came forward, quiality chiefly good with a. fair proportion prime; the best being'a snall draft of prime quality light to medium weight bullocks of Mi. 'iobt. Motltt's, Lake blac. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and sales were s brisk throughout at a slight advance on last * week's rates. Quotations-Best .pens bul --e; locks, £11 10s to £14 2s 6d; good, £10 lsto £11; medium, £7 to £8 10s. Cows at pro portioilite rates. Following are averages of the principal miobs--Mr. lobt. MofIhtt, 30 ' ullocks, £11 lls 7d; Messrs. C. and A. IFinlay, 104 bullocks, £11 Ss Id ; Mr. Jos. F. weett3,b353buUocks, £10 lls. Fat Calves -' . Only a few in, nearly all of medium re' quality, which sold fairly. Fat Sheep-Over :':-'ttwo-thirdsadf the 'above supply were shorn .stores,: leaving only ar fair numb...

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CHEMISTS PRESCRIBING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

CIIJE1LLSTS' ]PR USURII?,fG. We think theI public should feel grateful to Dr. Diplock for lately directing attention to the evils of of chemists' prescribing, and for the en forcing his remarks by several illustra tions of the absurd mistakes made by chemists who thus misunderstand their duties. He had known a mustard plaster ordered to the chest for the good. of a fractured skull, and chalk-mixture prescribed for effusion on the brain. It is becoming quite common for chemists to go on prescribing for cases until they become serious, or until evidences of impecuniosity on the part of the patient appear. Perhaps the best remeily for this is publicity of cases of the kind which called forth Dr. Diplock's rem:irks. In this case the'little child was under the care of a local chemist, a medicalu man being called in only to find the patient dying of inflammation of thie lungs It is clearly righlt in such circnmstances to withhold certifi cates. The action of the chemist should be investig...

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BRAVO! BRASSER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

BRAtO! BRA lSSSER. iMr. Brasser, who lives on Ni?ith Avenue, has a son aibout twelve years old, named- Olaudius,, aind the. other eveuing this boy received permission to allow a neighbour's- boy to stay- all night with thiu: .Tlit old peoplc sleep down stair~ iu tih sitting-room, and t te boys were pit into a room directly?? abo\v. WhIci theIy went ultg o ihed Claudlilius hd tlhe cloth:ei linc. undi:hr lisl rouea t' iii hi? -lloked.i .i h I enl lihi,'l kneel Iowaia i.i O thil?uphy' litie good littleboys, and then jimip into 2, } 7' "A'd ,a eronomy, cl BiUl Y c S e tsdr . A R" remani el: . ' a "You'll see more fun around';liie to':? night than would lie on .a ten-acre lot ? ". Fromna closet they brought out a cast off suit of Brasser's clothes, stuffed them withl wshatever came handy, tied the mask and an old straw hat on for a head, and while-one boy was carefully raising the window the other was tying the clothes line around " the man." The image was lowered in front of: the sittin...

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[?] AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 26 November 1875

leir natural funck ID ' PrEN, TS. a Nervous Debilid symptoms whicli umnes, may rest ass,-r f ?lrtLc?Comning Ama ven speedy cure br in another colmnn. In iost invaluable rertk Sprat has to carry Sst. i., more than he carried last PHOSPRODY,vice defeated him. Jack is d Only h y o$ tinough at Sst. and every 1 Vendors throieit "tops his weight," and of s Globe. h sons his chance. Novice is Use, in the F 101b. This is quite enough .nian, and Dui ~ it will" take Jack Sprat all I tany.each Ca-ast Novice. Brownlock is let -Th' large 7st. This is on accounit of his Dr. Br"it?i 'c suppose. This is a wrong see ptmrc?ase.?}her, and "old Brownie" 'fore be careful' 't least 71b. more, for he is bears tlh Gon:,. i" tihan little Vanish, who s, Dr. Brights s31b. IIandica'ppers should thereon, and th',. horse according to his blown in the tn i make an? y allowance for ad .6,ts : ustances. If Brownloclk LTN? t?pti , post in good form, there is s.srkl8 to stop him winning the Handicap. iN~ iS - " doirk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

- HORSES J..Loon 'A.. ...... "SMOL-?TL'Stis season at Yeo, the Y Panic,, .orough-bred entire horse, 'a THE BARON." IThe B ;ra6n': ;ire and dam were imported by Mr Chirnside. Pedigree-'T'he Baron, by Amator. Amator by Rntaplan, out of Amanda, got by Annandale her dam Extravagance, by Volteur. The 1aren's dam Dewdrop, by Turnus by Taurus, out of Catherine, by Don John, g g dam Arachne, by Filho da-pnta, &c., &c. The Baron is a brown horse, aged, stands 16 hands, thick set horse, short legs, with good flat bone. The Baron's stock can be seen at Mr J1. Calvert's, Irrewarra, as the pairs he drives in the buggy and the carriage, are by 'The Baron. They took first prize at last Colac Show. 0 MAs to age and qualities of The Baron, apply to Mlr. John Scott, Colaec, the late owner. l' erms--£3 Ss, mares to be removed on notice, or a charge of 2s Gd per week will be made. A good grassed and well watered paddock, will be provided. All care will he taken of mares, but no respon s...

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MURDER AND [?]ICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

MURDER AND Htoliferury of the WarVwick-street ethe scene of an n Moanday evening. Ii had his intention snich was going on in eet named. On enter e saw a nman named ingupon a bed with a Ye ri 0yod flowing from an ugly l-: , r bPa roat:. Farnmer, on seeing thie eon enter, snatched up a tomahaia'3 &i"%ch was lying on a table, and ott, 9 2~t to strike him. The officer, 1ho. 5 o , wrenched the weapon from his giasp and attempted to secure his assailant, swho had by this time changed a razor from his left to his right hand, and commenced to enlarge the wound ii-his throat. The constable frustrated this proceedingby taking the razor hway from him. Dr. ,Hall was then called in, but seeing the state of the man, he ordered his removal to the hospital, where it was found that he hali inflicted a rosuid four inches long upon his tlunoat. Prior to the arrival of constable B-irchall, Farmer had gone up-stairs to his wife's room and at tempted to shoot her with a large horse pistol. The ca...

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A GOOD TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

A fOOD T'RADE. I never at6k at my steel composing rule that I do not. bless myself that, while my stiengtlh lasts, .I am not at the mercy of the world. If my pen is not wanted, e.ain go back to the type case, and be sure to find work; for I lcarned the l.iintr's art thoroughly newslpaper w k, job. work, book work, and press worI I Iui glad I have a good trade. It i.s rock upon which the possessor can stand firmly. There is health and i}or for both body and mind in an odnest. trade. It is the strongest anul ?nchst Jirt of the self made mtsn. isi from the academy to the printing otN, or tho u'r isan's bench, "In it you pleaeh to.the Psarm-fot, to be sure, trite a ti.r i's - trade, and I grand one at thRst.' -sy tlihins a surs Efotn dation, .dsl 'uir thait , bratcth off into whtiac,?cr tot?, t.imi:.oi Ir ple ,; rou* haor hItadr I I?i]ps, of Ith ce'rk w'hi 1hrdl faithfilh ?r e.rrl ?t?I. in !.lizard I fronmt bovlhioc EIo snualihol OI. Un .th, '; ·· ·. ' sentenc ill I. could x ci pi utiut...

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THE LATE FIRES AT SANDHURST. THE INCENDIARIES DISCOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

THE LATE FIRES A' SA FD IIHURST. THE INCENDIARIES DISCOVERED. For about a fortnight back the city has been kept in an almost continual state of excitement, in consequence of the mysterious fires which took place from night to night, destroying valu able properties. Until two or three fires had occurred, although under circumstances at the very least sus picious, the general public did not feel that there was reason to fear that fire raisers were in their midst, but'it soon became very evident that the fires were. not the results of an accident, or of spositaneous combustion, andethe circum stances connected' with, eache succeeding fire became wrapped in greater mystery than the foregoing."' Thel police then toolk the matter iin hand, and through their proumptitude and energy, tihe whole mystery has been cleared upii, and the public mind set at rest again. .On Thursday We repor'ted he: arrest of twos younc men, namted respectively, ;laces Wdl ?, alias 'WViIiou. inil Steplh?ci Fennel,...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

S1'O Y' A 111-D Jr'I'1NTS. ---0-- ihe Liberal ijarty in Colae is quietly but earnestly takiug.notice of the political sitna tion, and we w lunderstand that a public meet ig 'will shortly be held in Colac, for the purpose of objecting to the attempt of Sir James Mi'Culloch to change .the taxation of the colony in such a radical manner, without first consulting the people, being contrary to the practicewhich prevails in. England nand otherplacos where Parlnamentry government exists. A large open-air meeting having the same object hi view took place in the Eastern Market, Melbourne, last night. aeveral old and well-known residents of Colac have determined that our old and much respected townsman, 'Mr John Mlaughlin; shall not hbe allowed to leave Colac without some demonstration bhin mnado in his honos. It has been decided be given to Mr. i'Laughlin at the Colae Hotel oss Wednsesday Ovening the 8th De cmber nest. We re glad to. record this fact, for MIr. M'taughlln has been identified ...

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EXTENSIVE FIRE A DUNOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

.smXTAY V'IVE 1+1 1 ' Charles DUNOLLYE enC . Ri - a! Charles . The Dunolly Express repolh, Esq, A. early on Thursday morning a eJames He Live conflagration commenced atolae : J. T Soap and Candle Factory, arnamperde gained a thorough hold of the 1, stack of buildings before anyon - C aware of the fact. The discover JE?C made by Mr. Peters, who was a-,tin, mo by a noise resembling a heavy i?ito Invee wind roaring through the bush, fable its hag which the sound of fallsu 5V5 Fee Arousing his wife, she looked thy ir the window, and at once precenx ns may I a large fire was burning close by s, :50 alarm was at once raised, -2Sh 6l 1 employees were in a few minutes os r-~ le spot, and set to work to sever thee ; nection between the factory an the a adjoining dwelling and out-houses. - a few minutes the entire roof taking down with it the heavy pf Pey and the entire of the steam appan used in the preparation of the com pounds for the manufactures; .'The large vats, which were full of f:t;...

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COLAC FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

COLAC FREE JlIB/A I cCOX A ni?etingof the above' Coniittee took place at the institutioii on ýIeila .eveninsg last, when the folloving memberi were pre sent:-The' Rev Mr. Dickie (chairman), Messrs. Danaherr Sitlington; Vilson;' Ilea, and the Secretary, J. G. Jcisni s. The mindtcs of the'previons ceting were read and corifirnied.-"- ' It. was resolved that the Cf conq T'ime should 'not 'b i Is cidi c fater duJ notice had eer. Se'lio n n o,:li: moin or sir. bitlingIon gase notic'e ?f 'metisu for

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

er. 'Thorough-bred Blood al 5',rsc, ... . " " GEIt," A San Francisco rregurra, for lively description ofd that is daily witnesss chiesnt Exchange in that cit ears old, season. Facing the grdes et in a raised dais, stands the st tary. Ranged to the rig styl of chairs-occupied by tcl board-seats worth 25,000 rige in gold, apiece. At the stock, these eighty men limited-rush frantically to out ing the caller's desk. The description. It is Bedlam 1 ing, shouting, wildly gestic ides, to the uninitiated a more than imminent. Fina Babel confusion of voices tlhb orth order, and procceds to aS various sales effcectd withing momcnts of confusion. This form nuother mining stock is called, scene begins anew, and so en fo' hours, morniug and cvening. s a prosperous one, but moein quently therein barter their i reason for gold. Speculation stocks is a temptation few can r ionaires and servant girls, wosn drein, preachers and sportsmen this legitimate gamble. Palatia are upspringing, as by mnagic, ...

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COLAC POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26th.(Before Messrs. Dennis and Rout.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

cOLAC POLICE COURVT. FurlAY, NsOVEMIIER, 26th. . (Before Messrs. Dennis and Reout.) Crown Lands Bailiff v. John O'Keefc. Charge of being in illegal occupation of Crown Lauds. Mr. J. M'Gregor, Crown Lands Bailiff, deposed that defenlant was in illegal occu pation of Crown Lands at Irrewillipe. The allotment, in question, had been selected by one Clifford, and was recommended for for feiture by the Local Land Board. The for feiture was gazetted. O'Keefe :was, served with notice to quit. The defendant' stated that he niiroly re sided with his family in the house, in order that they might be eduoated "at the State school near the place. If he had been "a Lochaber man he would not have been sum monsed." He had been away at Ballarat, and had not sufficient time. given him to clear oiit. The 1ench fined O'Keefe £3, ansd iis ,osts, and ordered him to give up.possession of the laud. . ' Cn , Shire Council v. John Corney. --ates due. Summons extended for a week. • Same v. Thomas Pemberton.-Ra...

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AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

AN EXTRAORDI2NA Y STORE. The lfaryborough Standard reports that on Tuesday Mr. Lowenstein received from the German Consulate, Melbourne, a copy of the following letter, addressed to Mr. Brahe, Consul for the Empire :-" Dookie South, 17th November, 1875. Sir,-I most respectfully beg to bring under your notice the present deplorable condition of the Ger man imnoigrants which were brought to the Major Plains. Their condition is most wretched in the extreme. A strange people in a strange land; none out of their own little circle able to speak to them so to understand their wants. Already there are nine of them dead, seven in so emaciated a state I do not think it hardly possible for them to recover. Five of the remainder are lame, in fact, out of the 64 there are now only about five who are strong enough to work. All this has been caused by the want of proper and sufficient food. Their only subsistence for the last six months hasl been but flour and water, and of the flour not a great d...

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MELBOURNE. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday Evening. it is no fiction to say that the public woke to a very great surprise on Friday morning,. vhent they read the speech delivered by the nember for Maldon, MIr Service. To my nind it was by far the best speech we have leard this twelve months, and without a loubt Sir James M'Culloch thinks so still, for he never had such a dressing-down since he entered the political arena, and it will take him all he knows to reply to it, if he can. The merit of Mr. Service's speech lies i its absence of declamation of personal or 'lighty character, and truth must be owned, when he paused to give reproof to those who had assailed the action of Sir William Sta well, it was deserved. MIr. Service, how ever, will vote for the budget in the main, because, while he is opposed to the tactics of the hon. the Treasurer, yet he is more opposed to Protection in any horm., iHe is a meore pronounced Freetrader than Sir James, and must, to be consistent, go with the ...

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. NEW GUINEA EXPEDITION. LONDON, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 30 November 1875

DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. (BY SUBMARINE CABLE.) [REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.] NEWV. GUINEA EXPEDITION. LONDoN, November 20. A' deputation from the Anti-slavery society has urged the Government to prevent. Lieutenant Armit's New Guinea expedition from, proceeding. Lord" Carnarvon, while powerless to legally forbidthe enterprise, has warned the adventurers against embarking on so dangerous a coluue, as in the event of 'aniexation, the Crown would not recognise any holdings improperly ac quired.

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