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[?] SCOVERY OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

r unci Z ~INC. oc ie- enorl J a certain section 9gco0 .nety of Melbourne a " ,ha i strong inclination to ý a co- ,and trade, but up toth rsen tit e, owing to the vigi lance C the 'Customs authorities, at tempt at smuggling have not been very scessful.. Ever since the New South Vales tariff was so altered that jewel?t was admitted free ihto that colony clever system of smuggling, it is beli d,, las been carried on between the tw ?orts. The modus operamldi is as follv Ws:-- atches, jewellery, &c., when ut ht to this colony, generally by the ail boats, are entered as trans fers to dney. On arrival the valua ables , landed, packed in parcels under'" ious g;ses, mostly as passen gers' lu age, and sent back surrepti tiously this colony. Anticipating a coup o this description, the arrival of the rrabool was watched on Fri dlay pre closely, and as she steamed past WV iamstown at about half-past eight in he evening she was boarded, as usual by the Custom's boat, but Mr. 1' rlane's pr...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

IMfPOUNDI JV S. COLAc.-? bay cob, star, mark of rope on neck, no brands visible; 1 brown or black mare V near shoulder; JC 1 red cow, (off rump), like C offribs; 1 red and white calf, progeny of above; 1 red steer, like SH off ribs, AE off thigh, E offrump, bari'marked 1 brindle and white, like S. off rump, SE offribs, AE near ribs, ear m?narked; 2 roan cows, like CI off back ; 1 yellow heifer, Hlike JMI rump, ear marked. If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 24th December. John Chapman pound keeper. CAxirnrnowN.-Brindle and white heifer, no visible brand;. yellow and white cow, 0 off ribs, like JO near mrump, tip off off eat; strawberry heifdr, like LIE near shoulder, indescribable brasd off shoulder ; red and white steer, spotted fice, writing WV off ribs; red '?uind white steer, liike WB near thigh.. If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on025th December 1875. Andrew Walls, potindkeepoer.

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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COULDN'T BEHAVE HERSEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

COULDN'T BEIA YV IE SE A Saratoga correspondent of the N York Commercial Advertiser overhear two young ladies talking, and.this was\ what they said: "?ll NI'm going home to-morrow." "Going home to-morrow. What for, pnr y ." "Because I can't behave myself." "Well, out with it, Jennie. What have you been doing 4" " Lots of things." "Well gives the first. "You ksiow Frank Kennedy, Nell 7" "That soft, simpering fellow that always tells you how ' chawming' you look I" "Exactly. This morning I saw him coming, and made up my mind to take him down." " Well, what then I" "I put my diamond brooch in a chair, pin upwards, and asked him to sit down." " He sat clown of course, and what then 4" "He jumped up and yelled, ' Oh my-. " What's the trouble 1" I asked. "Nothing in particularu, only I thought of an engagement at this very moment; youn must excuse me." And offhe went; and would you believe it, Nell, the brooch was sticking to hims "That was awful, Jennie," and the girls giggled together f...

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SHIPPING. LONDON, 16th (?) November. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

SHIPPING. LONDON, 16th (4) November. Sailed : St. Osyth, for Melbourne.

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THE NEW ZEALAND CABLE. LONDON, 16th (?) November. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

THE NEW ZEALAND CABLE. LONDON, 16th (7) November. The steamer Hibernica has sailed with the deep sea portion of the Now Zealand cable.

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ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO UPSET A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

ANOTlkJ 'A'TEMPPT 1O1UPSET We 1lto record'a few week's since a niabch attempt to upset; ai ain from. B vuat to , Melbourne: It ?vill. be rem bered, that-on that occasiooI Mr.:Wil n's lhoise's??ai inc the ,itrn; er .out to take prai,.n. the Spring, Meeting of the Victoria: Racing- ,iub oin the leminigton racecourse, and that it was enerall y believed that the person r persons whi'" pllaced. ;the , obstruetn on thba line had in view the destrcittu of iM. W.ilson's hoise., It is nog oiurpro ice to notice ?iother attempt a the sa?ne lice to thro, .the traino ofh' but ili thi itist anic thicro is nothntg 1it r a tr a li .ehe t 'n. Allot 0f thiosnavwh perpetcttLLi thebl TtItlihh 2a" i fro a " luh 1 iraI w l "t u t i .?'. urhli milev O, , ,c 'h h 't. , p in vctaU, M'i Jbour ,t 11., 6 p.m., l p '-rd " when about fifteen miles "froio Mel "bhonune the engindriver met with a sidden shoo?k, which indiduced him .to I shut off the st?sm: Two or three other bumps wvere felt in quick succession, an...

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

(AUSTRAIAAN ASSOCIATED iR"rS 'T.LEr.RAMI.)) VICTORIA. 2iELBOUN IE, December (. The prisoner Weachurch wis exe cuted this inornung, ii the presence of a I few spectators. He .was very quiet in demeanbr, and death was instanta neous. HI aiddressc d a? few words to ies Statue . G. The above, atal Bank tell all t.? , itreet adapts it' te( a1 S(of cAo date, "Yk Il tr~a.P00 bales the I tctfcuritng dis nond dI) market un write,\od Hope wool my her lb. everJ Pearl and Dido 0itself"'" -day to meet that seeP" - pityp be some warm " Jy to-morrow if the bett it on. writi proprietor of the dencnewed his bail. veho unknown, com he ing, at Bundoora, ia thy for hu.\ VALES. hts Y, December 6. ief of the bill for tlhe late, houses was moved 'ii.L heated wool at and reugreat discussion thy it, who asked for to ""! as received a tole disheiit-General stating eell'tloan was guaranteed ' Lntrnment, under the is a^i gravyedl fifty emigrants 'le of December. N E December 4. 'p nression of betting lduced, s...

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[?]AGGA WAGGA RACES THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

AGGA TVAGUA RACES. THIWD DAY. AGG'A WAcO', December 1i0. STOWN Pi'ATE. es s Australdian ... o . . 3 T. was i grand rte all through. Tim,2. mini. 43 sec. In iuming off the dd-hlat Terroir won bya:loeigth, held lard. NWest": AiLstaiiiin was Imider tie whip ta quarter of a mile from home. Tinie, 2 miii. 43 see. MIFUm HANDICA. : . hN shade . 1...' '.,,1". / Rformation . 3 Blaboig . . : ... 3 .' .Woieasily. : Time, .1 inin. 9 so4 . I' RINCE OF WALES.STAKES. , ..-s . Litle '(ing . . Gaibetta . ... .'. . '2 SEastitynue itail-iiside theli e.'ost'. The raci~ as won easily. Tim 3 min. 36 sec. . . .. , :; 36 sec STEEPLECHASEý. eGrysties .. Bokmaker : 2 Cointer'Jiumper ..3 Wonn a cante: G.ood .race for. second pce. Time,, 8 min'8-sec. FORcED HANDICAP::" Bamaid ... . .-Sn den - ... .. 2 W:Cocn tte .m. ... Won .sily. .Time 2 min. :14 sec.

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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, December 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (FROOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, December 6. The budget debate to-morrow night will be resumed by Mr. Godfrey. It is expected that Messrs. Kerferd and Macpherson will speak during the even debate will be closed. Slack, the persistenut suitor, obtained judgment in his favor to day, in equity suit.

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POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 7 December 1875

Qss y' . it> * ,- -- ' * IDAY bEcEiniER 10. N. MIessrs. Hamnilton and Rout.) i\ . Geog T"age.-Charge of being 1 disornerly. Constable Armfebld * to the arrest of the accused, who iy ins cently ncar Mr. Ball's *//^ ;IMurl-y-street. Fined 10s., and 2s. Ssts, or three days'. imprisonment. . Sn Laids Bailiff Armfield v. Thomas 1llimson.-The defendant was charged Is * i~Leally. cu 'gvtimber o'on CWin *dos Thledefendant did net appehr Con blo rnfield swore t^""-™ tYthc d a itt, hoeaasght Arfendant.^^"iS ner on the Colac Town CommonU, i'Tlii is in the emyloy of" iMSovai. Hte-^ knowledged thtt he w, ig:elt3y?3?led n s:. . coas. th - . 1 0 n' S-ne a oDnld ^5 -L LZ hs5'w^d a asnuiSr cisc-to tte 1atSt'nSS asijtt fc dffdisni ..^,..ol'nn.+.li Samehda1' . "By defenuaant, -S-oeirioiine you' ?"e W - woo fromnMr. .Hills's'-addaclk „, ! The defendant' said~thtlj 'e haC hii' the timber in questi~n on th omih.on, hi od-dr to lighten is Io d. h~'- .•e' The Consta le sthtdtd htt t"he leenda.u{t had ac...

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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED [?] VICTORIA. MELBOURNE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

. unted (AUSTRALLAN ASSOCIATED VIC T .. 5,£ and Ihe fol Alr lioult, Mwedt The debate to-day nnunm. Mr:. Langridgeo, who Messrs. Stewart alnd pected tlhtl; the dcba nger. night. Mi: Woods as if, under the altered c would give the IIous alment tunity of rec nsidering eas. T-amiltoi~, ,ilway, as ers; lis duty ~e provent thlouses sidorable sumn of miol.. eehold Sir James M'Cullo] of of any altered circutist. that notice night be g nest. The enquiry held lby d B Board respecting the los,2 m Pride of the Thames;, oirma dloned at sea, found thaW was accidental. 1iry. The Diver has gone n-` been scratched for all enlgagi Richmond and- Mlelborui best favorites for the Cliii,, Mr. Gillies is unwell,,.and. i attend to his Parliamentary dub Wheat is quiet; no alteratio;t The Suez and Californian mial hourly exuected. The Cricket Associat.ion haIs'r4' not to play Bannermaii for Victor?

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL—TENDERS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

COLAC SHIRE BCOUNC? ' TElN S DLRS ,1{' LANTED. The Colae Shire Council requires tenders for the under-mentioned works up to, nood of Wednesday the 15th inst: SAINTe-NANC MaT>APL.; Cbntract iNo 11-16.-To supply 150 cubic yards, maintenance metal,1 2m ci ci guage, co Condare. Road, ;ast M Aialey' - property: Contract .No. 12-76.-To supply 330. cubic yardslmaintenance metal, 2a-inch guage .ol roads; as uilder-Wecring .clhool-road, 130 ehbic yardsi; Road to 3Vallac's Crossing, from. Colain to 'Ballarat main-road 50 cubic, yards ; Old Ballarit-roa dbctweeen Quinane's 'and` S. ; Lang's` property, '50 cubic : yrds; Kerr's; Lano 100 cubic; yards. Total 330 cubic' yards. Contract No. 13-76.--To supply 150 cubic yards, maintenance metal; 21-inchgulgeonTurkpitlh-road. 'ContractNo., 14-76, -To supply 150 cubic yards, Mainten ! ance nietal 2.4-inch guage,..on.direct Bir regurra-road to Colac.; Contract No. 15-76. -'Toii ply.-200 cubic yrds, mnaiotenance metal 2? ucl agige oin .W'arrions-road ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, December [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

NEW SOUTII .WVLES SYDNEY, Deceiy News from. Fiji states tliat . fever is prevalent at Levuka. The duty on xanufa imifactlue tobI has been increased to 2s Gd. per 1\ being an incrgie of 3d.; aid that leaf tobacco tolls Gd, beilng ar ic iee of Gd per lb, which increases are n being collected. It is said that oi alterations are contemplatedi A deputation froni the Chia. 'be Commerce has been appoilted'to nUi upon the Government the necessit{ a second cable to Europe. Bar and pig iron froim Lithlg Valley, 77iniles from Sydney, was e hibited on Change to- day. The Tismanian cricketers sailedLii the Tasman to-day. .e M J. tltiA j was:presented with a silver cup. George Rope was hanged 'it M-ldgee this morning for the L"awson's Creek murder. The steamuship Wliamlioc sails for. London on Saturday. The new Theatre RIoyal is. to be opened on- Saturday. Mr: S. Baniks lhr,, written an opening address. - ".fohn Bourke, alias .Taylor, has been committed for trial for burglary at the Post Office H...

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EXECUTION OF WEACHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

I EXECUTION OF IIVEAllC.1U1'HI On Sunday evening, about nine o'clock, the Sacrament of the Communion wivs ad ministere dto.the condemned man in his cell bhythe.Rev.;Mr. Millard, after which, in a composed frame of mind, Aieachurch re. tired to rest,,and appeared during the night to sleep soundly. .He rose' at five o'clock, and was engaged for some'hoursin prayer. At seven o'clock he partook of a light break fast,' He spoke, little, and then only upon the topic that seemed, ever present to his mind--his treatment at Pentridge. He,was shortly afterwards conducted to the cell beside the gallows' to await thi arrival of the clergymen. It was deemed desirable to allow him to remain alone until iine o'clock; when hle was visited by the followvine clergymen :--The Revs. Messes. Millard (Wesleyan), Coles (Missionary), Thompsonl (Church of England), and Hamilton (Pres byterian). These gentlemen united with him in prayer and praise until the hour ap pointed for execution, 10 o'clock. Shortly ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, December 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

SOUTI{ AUSTRALIA: ADELAIDE, Deceilber 9. The navvies who arrived per North Star hIave been engaged at Ss per day. D)ecember: 8. The nrins huave injured the. crops in the Northl, and 'the heait market is hardening. A boat with over 200 quarter barrels of-blasting powder on boartd sunk diuring its trianshipment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

SENTIRE HORS S. O TP Stand this season at Yeo, the thorough-bred entire horse, : THE BARON.'" The.Baron's sire and dam were imported . by Mr Chirnside. Pedigree-The Baron, by Amator. Amator by Rataplan, out of Amanda, got by Annandale her dam Extravaganoce, by Volteur. The Baron's dam Dewdrop; by Turnus by Tauius, out of Catherine, by Don John, g g dam Arachne, by Filho da-puta, &c., &c. The Baron is a brown horse, aged, stands 16 hands, thick set horse, short legs, with good flat bone. The Barnn's stock can bhe seen at Mir J. Calvert's, Irrewarra, as the pairs he drives in the buggy and the carriage, are by T'he Baron. They took first prize at last Colac Show. As to age and qualities of The Baron, apply to Mr. John Scott, Colac, the late owner. oTernms-:- 3 :s, mares to be removed on notice, or a charge of 2s 6d per week will be made. A good grassed and well "watrced paddock,. will be provided. All care will be taken of |atres, but no respon sibility. TIIHEODORE IIA...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

QUEENSLAND. ElRTS3ANE,' December &. The Strqit-d Timns says that the de fects in the cable, between Batavia and 8ingapore are dife to the ravages of i:sects or worms. which penetrate the wire and the inner coating: of gutta percla to the core of .the cable, expos ing the wire to the action of the water. The land wires laid undeirgroiid w-ere also desirovyd in i? simlihr'maianer Ly white ants.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

S, IMPOUNDINGS.. COLAC.-1 bay cdb, star, mark of rope on neck, no brands visible; 1 brown or black mare V near shoulder ; JCO 1 red cow, .(off rump, like C off ribs ; 1 red and white calf, progeliy of above ; 1 red steer, like. SH off ribs, AE off thigh, E off rump, barmarked ; 1 brindle and white, like 8 off rump, SII offribs, AE'near ribs, ear marked ; 2 roan 'cows, like CI off back ; 1 yellow heifer, like JM rump; ear marked. If not claimed and. expenses paid to be sold on 24th December. John Chapman pound keeper. CAM?PERDowN.-Brindle and white heifer, no vs;ible brand; yellow and white cow, el off ribs, like JO near rump, tip off off ear; strawberry heifer, like LH near shoulder, indescribable brand off shoulder; red and white steer, spotted face, writing W off ribs ; red and white steer, like WB near thigh. If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 25th December 1875. Andrew Walls, poundkeeper.

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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[?] CATIONS AT [?] RAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

s, and nll DareR . ,the ThrLi t andh'_.- . /sottooooo from 3 , cotives the following an irregular acion hf? lo o icg Srccoommended to rub io,,tizlemeint case at m well over the koths r ucl,, is - Edwar 11 tho case may require, tihi.tte lis- tceta It is the mooiloacious ?s for, ?oe time 1and external ilmentis ot thu-k--, dfi i o m0 ger of the Seegs.p e reastih¢ Banlk of Vic to? ses, c ands, a; heasurer to 'the, Sea)- of ail knindsntcil, and a cap-. thiti oillhly healed Ibyth thto litedi r. force, B ulv to thsen, parts h voi her fro. srvth to oha, iootirct r 1Ot in mthe Coastlcd Sime nt r~'-clotl tn tu ?at ._?is, powetrfot 09tiount bf his known deficit exce oty; cX00. Bull' iplian was, it s tems " l?ta'to the Ballar t Banik the dailypa m;i- iivouchers, which w6re checkeld ant ltered in the edager'there, Bull witlih?,Iin;, the "vouchers from such " accmo : as ;odnmitted of it, and keepitng 'iit?ledger,'at.. Sep8,stol°o int ,coi'd with tl it at tihe Bllatat branch. e'leso kept te coisto...

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PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, December 7. MR. MASON'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 10 December 1875

PA R LIJ ltu£1E LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, December 7. 1lR. ~rASON'S CASE. Mr. Dixon said that, with tile permision of the House, he would proceed with his motion for the appointment of a comnmittee to inquire into the turf defalcations of Mr. Mason, the member for South Gippsland.. On the pre. vios day of meeting the lion. member for South Boorke had allegedtliat this was purely ;i party move. He (Mr. )ijcn,,ol So !.- .1 ipportunityot stating tlit he ivwas in no way actuated by party considerations, as a proof of wiich lie might say that ioe lad been ked by several members of the late Government not to proceed with the motion, loest the con struction put upon it by Mr. G. P. Smith might be supposed to have any foundation in truth. Hl was actuatedneither to partynor personall consulerations, but rather from a desire to diocharge what ihe considered to be is duoty. The f?ct that Mr. Mason had taken au antion against a daily paper did not, to Ihis (Mr. Dixon's) mr.ind. at ll afiet...

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