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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
' "FRANCE. tb popularity o. Thiers is ciais Iatioumae uneasiness to Marshal Mac efotes. a pcke tst, Co rpeaoux thescul nto o \ N1 elms fuglit near Paris on the id' e retween: two -ybungnAmeiicans Di4 ad1ame and Risgs. -The canse sts j'd fimily feudwinch wasirei Lif mAlimetlie theatre 'on' the' preceding ,et . w-- h len blows vere Exchanged: )lt of the duel was that Paind i litly wvounded,in the airm.' '..srench and British Governmenets _muicatibonl relative to, the taklceii in 'viewy of: the recent in iregard to the Turkish debt. fI '^ittoman Governiment ''expresses a 4villingness to givreiany *guarantees^ for ihe fulfilment of its fi'ncial pnlo-aamme. The iron-clad Maigenta exploded at oulon on the 30th. All on board wore' kaed. 11. Emile Ollivier will be i candidate the Assembly at the iext election.
EUROPEAN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
EUROPEAN SU IMARY. - The steamer F'arad' sailed from London on the 19th 0 ober to reiair the direct United Stit cabd. She grappled and buoyed i on the 2nd of November,' and it is no repaiired and open for business. Between the; 14th id. 32d; No: veumber 55 persons los their lives-by shipwreck oni tho e mster coast of Scot haud.: The wvarriiors of the tu Scliva charge, old soldiers of the Lig Brigade, cele brated the 21st a?i?v sary of that lbittle in Londoi on o e 25th 'Sep: tember. . The Government, it i ated, intends to prosecute the persa who lately sliippeti arms to China. - In view of impendl hostilities; the admiral in the Me rraiineali has been instructed to take otion relative to the recent attacks oerchantmnen ly Spanish pirates. I The screw sloop of w 1batross hia been ordered to Panm to pirotect British interests. Parliament., has bedfurtlher pro rogued till 15th Decea. ' The Tines estimr- that 200 minariners.and others ha en drowned in the North Se,- duri he gales fori t...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
NEW SOIJTH WALES S'rnoaY December 13. The new Theatre Royal,," Was opened on Saturday to a crowded house. The Governor wa present;: '" The schooner Bobtail-nag irrived it Brisbane yesterday with en hundred eislanders . SThe' poprietoi ?of thie Eveing News lins been held guilty of contempt of 'Coeit, but the rule was discharged on payment of 'costs. Dec mber 10. I .. .. .... : ;"" Dedember 10., . Three. miore of the crew.w of the IJanes Birnie, who were supposed to have been massacred at Loird Howe's Island, have been picked uip by an American :whifr', ifter being 26 days i aui open boat, and suffered great privations. They were afterwards transferred to the .mission' schooncr Q....h-L.i Clrocss ' The inspector of the M1Iarine 'Board liban',i odered' the removal of t large qnaixtity-of coal froim the deck of the Whamped. Gilchrit,?iatt and Co. have received atdegrain from' San Francisco, dated 2nd T De?cnibdr, stiting thait the Colima had sailed via 'Auckland, and that the City of Sa...
TIP FOR HURDLE [?] A.T.C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
- - "-- --amoron, ,sq., J.?.. TIP FOR HURDLE f J..Es.. J.L . ' - enmgs, ±sg., _ . - A.T. C. ME ? Manager :. J. Jones. _ _: Auditors : Yesterday, at break of day, I st ry, Es. J3. B. M'Quie, Esq. to the lake, 'ISTriseiVALUER. To see our local hurdlers their m'usAM FINNIS ESQ., lops take ; "'--iTONEs p OP&lt;'r Mlistake was stripped and goihg wl ONEn COLAC. on to the course- IA BANKN-- COn With only nine stone sen -upa.^d tr AN-I- - CO" SVit sacds every description vored hlorsc. '"wiesso suited, to the require. Oscar and iEneas were then sent thr'stituents including tht 2f round; 42 " ?' N The colt he goes much better, g tetscloan e appnlcatison rom the eroisd. y' r -. etors, farmers, and iEneas is a sticker, he: goes' strong .f' a"dvaces on freehold first to last- lote pI'urcases of land I fancy he will second lie when the p10t for ia ?vete pfarties \ .r for a torm of years. pas " , d bills discounteds Of old Argus I am doubtful, even if h dersito of £5 ad I I thinl somehow t...
(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
(AUSTIRAIA mSOCIATED PRE?S TELEGR'RAMS.) VICTORIA. MEiLBOURNE, December 13. The mail steamor Sumatra is tele graphed as having arrived of Willunga this afternoon, but the weather is very boisterous. City Councillor Henry Clark left by the Northumberhmd for London, lear ing his afflkirs in a very unsettled con dition. *Proceedings have been commenced against Mr. Gatehouse by Dr.. Neild. An address andpurse of sovereigns was presented to Mr. G. C. Levey, Secretaryof the Exhibition Commission, to-day. Thise fifth exhibition of the works of the School of Design was opened to Edag. The exhibits show a marked im provement on previous efforts. SEfforts are being made to establish .. h,_^nnntlr. Ios?ital in Melbonrne; A. private London telegram, dated December 10th, by Siberia, states t wool is unchanged in price. The nex sales begin on February Uithi. During an operation by Dr. Beaney at the Hospital, thie patient, who vas under the influence of chloroform, ex pired. ' No other doctor was ...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
* **e - - ,of tLreeholdi AGRICULTURAL NOTES. ' the office of : The reports of the crops from the Winj1 f mnere, St. Arnaud, and Terricks distric which embrace the larger portion of the nowlfe8seft and lBe selected areas, are of the most fa orblhere they may kind. Hay-making, and in some plac every informa reaping, has counienced, and the genomla o t prospects are good, the abunlldant pasture ,, n standing tie selectors in good stead by e "' , abling them to profit from their stock. .O Secretary. the Gioulbnrn the rust is not so widespreamee ons, as was at first anticipated, but some por of tihe Loddon district and Gippaland notir, the appearance of rust and take-all in ? e 0rdown0 As a rule, the crops in the old diste c ONu ES. looking well, where any approach to'- *.,_ cultivation has been observed, amId.B_ n new areas the early sown crops a In e usual, the best. It is stated that-ti. 1 Institute. ofbothwheat, oats andhbarleymithe t district are of such a character as todreet, Melb...
LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, December 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
;LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. S(FRO' OUR OwS COnRe?PONnDBT.) MEIrnoU?s, December 13. Mr. J. J. JMiller was sumunonsed to the District Court to-day for being con cerned in certain gambMing transactions contrary to the provision of sec. 31, Police Offences Statute. The informna tiolis are laid by Detective Duncan, and hlad reference to what were called num bors one and two soiree-on the Mel -....... i, 'n Tie. case was adjourned bourne Cup. £L11 case ag - a., " - until to-morrow morning on theo ground that the defendant's counsel had not time to prepare his defence.. In the Equity Court. to-day, Judge Meleswartil granted an injunction to restrain the Kyneton Shire Council from erecting a Shire IH1, as the munount bf the cost hail not been in cluded on the estimates for the year's expenditure. The wether has been rainy nearly all the day.
NEW SOUTH WALES L[?] LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
NIif SOU'IITH WALES Ltesand on ;most fa LEAGUE. nd every info) t • eoftheagent \ :. The following programme haLI, Sere issued by the Central Land Le? O000 recently established in Sydney :.%ine Isourani To effect such alterations in th , land laws as shall tend more rapidlStreet, , elbourne permanent settlement of the colony \ , 0- '0 disposal of the Crown lands to bon" . selectors only, and to check the acn isi "rectors of large landed estates from the Crowlu e .r abolition of the auction system. To s -.., to the selector immediate possession of et" the' Lowest emptive lease for a term of years. To seam. reduction of cost of improvements to ttes, &c., canfb6 per acre. To secure conditional purchas aent... . "., payment of deposit of five shillings (Ss.) , Sheec I-" acre, and one shilling (Is.) per acre I ?Co W anunm for 15 years, without interest abolish interest upon balance 6f cdnditios.:Aso OLOD purchases, and secure freeholding of th, , same by annual payments of one shi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
HOLLOWAY ? s PLLS.-T0thfu Experienc: --The united, testimony of thousand ,C? tending over more" thanthirty ye~s ~ strongly, recommended these pills as the bos purifiers, the mildest.aperients; and 'thd sorest restoratives.o They never pro'e-. de usivet or give, merely teniporary relief, but attack all ailments ,of the stomach, lungs, leart, head, and bowels in the only safe and legitimate, way, by depiurating the blood, cud therefrom eradicating -these impurities which are the foundation and the support of almost every dioese:. 'Their medicinal ohtl acy "is wod erful iii renovatiug nocebledb comcY tilious Theiie action embraces all shat is dcsirable in i' hooschold medicineu; STheJ expel every noxioes asd effete mattr; usol the" bs ?tticst th is iurturcd and the, energieS itpiilat4 -. Oxniarxis ,LiaC-Dr. Bright'o Phoophor dyno-Multituides ~of peovi are. hopelessly1. oufferinn irom Debility, Nervous and-Liver Complaints, Depression of Spirit,;. Hypoe honeria Timility,: Indigestion, F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
.ac.?..o rds in the East Riding. I µ." ept was received. .BIRREOURRA ROAD. The engsneer of the Colac Shire Council (?= 'Sinclair) waited upon the Council, and enquired if the Council would be agreeable I to 11 chains 20 links of the Birregurra road to Colac, near Mr. Kettle's property, being made, this being an abandoned work. As the work was urgent, he said it was the wish to have it completed as early as pos sible. The Council considered that as the work was an important one it would be desirable to undertake it. RATES. The President enquired whether the Coun cil desired ihat the cases to be lieard on the 6th December should be defended. It was resolved that the necessary steps should be taken in such cases as it might be deemed necessary to oppose. rETITION. Cr. Siaden presented a petition from rate payers residing in the vicinity of Moseley, praying that the Council mihht cause gravel to be laid at certain places the locality. Received, and referred to t ngineer. SALIRcES. The S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
SROYAL, MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE ' , OF COACHES. AntY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m. passing through.Coaac at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Retuon;day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Bookisgo Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, .aid Friday, at 9 n.m. NIGHT Mi AIL. GEELONG TO WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAPAMUT, PENS HURST, AND HAMILTON, TiENCE TO MOUNT GAMIL3ER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate post towns, leaving 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 fiom Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 10.310 a.m., on Sundays at 4 a.m. and from Warrnambool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 1 p.m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Hamilton every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 a.m. Mo...
THE CAREER OF WEACHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
THE CAREER OF1 WBACHURCII. It must be confessed that to give in detail the various events in the life of a man who for a period extending over a quarter of a century appears to have put himself, by his own acts, beyond the pale of ordinary society, is a task farless pleasant than to re cord the actions of one whose life had been such as to entitle him to the esteem of his fellow-man. But the name of Johns Wca church has been for many years before the public as that of a desperate criminal, determined to leave no means untried to avenge himself on the innocent officials who have had to carry out the punishments awarded to him, through his own misdeeds, and now that he is lying under sentence of death, without hope of a reprieve, it may not be nninstructive to our readers to learn something of his career. John Weacliurch, whose proper name is John Taylor, was born at Nottingham about 1829, was brought up to the trade of a shoe maker, and became an excellent workman. He did not long, h...
MR. BERRY AND MR. KENWORTHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
lR. BERRY AND MR. KEN WORTHY. We clip the following from the report of Thursday night's debate, with reference to the slanderous statement made by the Argus respecting Mr. Berry sending circulars through the colony for the purpose of " manufacturing" public opinion : Mr. Patterson said that protection and education were settled policies of the coun try, decided by the people. The nextpoliey to be decided was the land tax, aud when this was done those gentlemen who were now in favor of obstrucmeting business would be content. What else had they to gain ? It was always disagreeable to an hon. mem her to go to his constituents, every if he was sure of re-election; but in the present case, if the late Government had any faith in the policy of their land tax, they should have the courage to give force to their opinions, aud the only wayto do this was to go to the country. The late Government believed that public meetings had been convened by respectable people, people who had sufficient ...
MELBOURNE. Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
-(ROt ou]. ow\V COuRESPONDEST.) , Saturday evening. We nbw have anothir week of weary de bate td enter upon before the Legislative Asseenbly will record Yea or Nay upon Mr. Be rv's anmniddment;c It has nowbecome the fashion of ciL-wSkers, when purchasing their favorite mrnuiug paper, to ive one glance to see if a division is reported, failing which they then resort to ordinary matter, preferring to read other subjects .than the pitiful speeches of lion. members. I don't thinkl iat the hon. inember for Gippaland Siitl: ill iddress the House upon the Budket qiiestion, hlsi own little matter re 4iiring all his . thoughts and arguments ; inideed, ihe is not the enly one whose return t the bosom of his constituents would be desirable. The bankl embezzlements at Seboastopol again attrat attention, amd from the simple circuminstance that you never hear of a system hy which such tricks with banks' funmlds be come impossible, I am led to hazard the conjecture that there are lots of similar c...
FATAL EXPLOSION IN A GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875
FATAL EXPLOSION IN A GOLD MINE. The George Town correspondentofthe Queenslander, of the 20th nlt., writes: -About ten o'clock last Thursday morning, two explosions, at an interval of a few seconds, were heard by some of the residents of the town, and the peculiar sound of the last drew their attention to. the St. George's claim. Upon their arrival at the claim a fear ful sight met their view-a man with out a stitch of clothing, charred and roasted, the skin peeling off in places, but walking about, able to speak, and perfectly sensible. They, with others who had hastened to the spot, covered him with a blanket to exclude the air, while the chemist, Who was amongst the first arrivals, did all in his power to as suage the fearful agonies which the poor fellow was suffering. .?Vithin an hour fromhis appearance ol thle surfaceof the claim he became insensible, and was then conveyed to the hospital, where he expired the same afternoon, five hours after the occurrence. . It appears that t...