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

EN: TIRE -HORSES. ELLO S0BLOOD .TALL1 -" , "8 y Pninic, out of' Fniry Queen Si ill sta-nd at Woodrow- Vale;, t.,o , from Clac. : lie will be limited to - mares? exclusivc. of owner's, the early application is necessary. Every care taken of mares, but I :' spoiisibility. . ' mares to Ie removed and pai . hen stinted. de.n.notice of which n' i given, after that 2s 6d per week n . charged for gras?. Terms: G3 3s. A .* E. JOHNSTONE S . . / Propriet THE THOREOUGHBRED S7 . ...." L E O," Will '"stand' this season at Cheps, lMoint Elii, 20 miles west of BallarD miles froni Skipton, and 35 from A: i, \arcs will also he received hy Mr. Ossan, at Preston aill, adjoining M W \vilion's.station at Gala, near Lismi and at Mr Oddie's fiarn, South Purt b ;ete, and forwarded on to Chenstowe.. Leo is a dark hay horse, standing, ,; teen hands high, of great beauty quality, with power and substance Cr bined. As will he seen hy his pcdi' . ,- Leo possesses the best blood in the iwr Pm IGairE.·-- Leo, hy ...

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

PA 1{LLAMIXIEN'0-i LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, December 7. 3M. 30ASON'S CASE. Mr. Dixon said that, with the permision of the House, he would proceed with his motion for the appointment of a commlittee to inquire into tihe turf defalcations of Mr. Mason, the member for South Gippsland. On the pre vious day of meeting the hon. member for South Bourke had allegedthat thiswas purely a party move. He (Mr. Dixon) took that . opportunity of stating thathe was in no way actuated by party considerations, as a proof of which he might say that he bad been asked by several members of the late Government not to proceed with the motion, lest the con struction put upon it by Mn: G. P. Smith might be supposed to have any foundation in truth. He was actuated neither to party nor piersonal considerations, but rather fronm a desire to discharge whathle considered to be his duty. The fact that Mr. Mason had taken an action against a daily paper did not, to his (Mr. Dixon's) mrin'rL a-t il affect. ti...

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

ENTIRE' -HORSES. . rT E BLOOD RTALLION, . "StMOLENi KO," By P:,inc. out of Fniry Queen, Will stand at Voodrow Vale; two miles from Codlac.-: I will he )liited to thirty mares, exclusive of owner's, therefbre early application is necessary. Every care taken of mares, but no re spoisibility. All mares to hb removed and paid fmrl when stinted, due.notice of which will he given,, after that 2s 6d per. week will be charged for grass. Terms: '3 3s. S E. JOlHNSTONE, e yt; Proprietor; H~ T L iR E O," -SI. E, Will "stand' this season at hepstowe, Mount Em ii. 20 miles west of allarat, 10 miles Irons Skipton, and 35 from Ararat. Marcs will also be received by Mr. 1Wmrn On?an, at Preston IHall, adjoiinin MAr. J. 1\i?on's station at Gala, near Lismore; and at Ti" Oddie's farm, South Purrum bcte, and forwarded on to Chelstowe. Leo is a dark Iay horse, stanuding six teen hband high tf great beauty and quality, with power and substance com bined. As will Ibe seen by his pedigree Leo possesses the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

EN'TIRE HORSES. IT H "BLOOD STALLION, PT "SMOLENSKO, By P:tnic. out of Fairy Queen, Will stand at Woodrow Vale; two miles frlom Cole.. lie will be limited to thirty mares, e'xcElusive of owner's, therefore early application is necessary. hEery care taken of mares, but no re spo?isibility. SAll mares to hc removed and paid for when stinted, due.notice of which will be given, after that 2s 6d per week will be charged for grass. Terms: s 3 3s. * B. JOHNSTONE, Proprietor. T HE TIIOROUGIIBRED SIlRE, " . LEO," Will" stand' this season at Chepstowe, Mouint EPtiun. 20 miles west of Ballarat. 10 miles frIom Skipton, and 35 from Ararat. :'fares will also he received by Mr. Wmni Onion, at Preston Hall, adijoinin Mr. J. \\iksoia's ,station at Gala, near Lismore; and pt Mir Oddie's farm, South Purrnm bhete,'and forwarded on to Cthepstowe. Leo is a dark bay horse, standing six teen h?and high; of great benuty and quality, with power and substance com bhined. As will be seen by his pedigree Leo po...

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THE GERMAN IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

TIlH GERlMA 21 IMI MIffGRA YTS. Mr. Julius Cohn, a well-known resi dent of Sandhurst, has just returned from a visit to the camp of the German immigrants, on Telford's station, Major Plains, and he fully corroborates the statement published in The Age with respect to the real condition of these people. Not only are they highly in dimsant at the untruthful report pub lished in another journal, buttheyassert that the treatment to which Maria Keller was subjected by Inspector Smith demands investigation at the hands of the Government, and that the account furnished to the journtil in question must necessarily have been garbled, inasmuch as the individual who pretended to act as interpreter knew so little of the language that lihe could not make himself understood, and, of course, could not understand them. There are also some curious rumors about with respect to M. Berndt's con nection with the immigrants, and it has transpired that the sheep which were said to have been supplied. by h...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK REPORT. December 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK REPORT. *December 15. SMESSRS HEPcruRN AND LEONARD report: The stock yarded were-493 cattle, 46 calves, 24,560 sheep, 14737 lambs. Fat Cattle.-Supply was the heaviest for a con siderable time, and included a few stores, the remainder ranging from medium to good, with a fair proportion prime. There was a large attendance of both town and country buycso, and sales were brisk throoghout at. about last week's rates. Quotations-Best pens bullocks, £11 10s to £14 Ios 6d ; good, £9 10s to £11 1o:s ; medium at store prices. No cows of any consequence yarded. Fol lowin? are averages of the principal mobs XIi. D. M'Kinnon's SO bullocks, £11 13s 74 ; Mr. 5. Cal'ert's 93 bullocks, £10 1- 44; Mlesara. W..T. and C. Allen's 27 bullocks, £9 Ss 5d; Mr. H. Fisher's 150 bullb k, £8 13s. Fat Calves.-Supply was a fuIl ne, but fair prices ruled, considering the so - best making to 60sa. We sold-l2 for v. owners at from 3ls to 60s. FAt Sh Supply was the heaviest of the quality ranging ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

Where, do you live. In a salubrious locality, or in a region the atmosphere of which is periodically tainted with malaria? If in the latter, it is noat unreasonable to sup pose that whuen the regular time for the de velopment of umiasma arrives every year, you are just as regularly shaken up with fever ] and ague. Let us holpe not, hunt if you are, I lose no time in phro'uriog Udolpho"1 Wolfe's .cehie'lam Aromatic Sohliapps, which, if used regilarly, will protect you from the next visitation. -IoLr.OWAtv's Onrc.ates'T AND itLLS. With the changing season it is prudent for all to rectify any aihlment afflicting them ; but its is incumnbent on the aged, suffering under ulcerations and similar debilitating causes, to have them removed, or worse con sequences will follow. This Ointment is their remedy ; on its powers all may con lidently rely ; it not-simply puts their soles out of sight, but extirpates the source of mischief, extracts the corroding poison, and stimulates nature to fill ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. December [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

lELBOURKE LIVE. STOCK LI Decem Tat Cattle.-About 900 head hand, all from Riverena and the nort consisted of medium to prime qualit a.ttendance of the town trade was j;\ very few country buyers were present. At the opening of the market,' prices ruled fully equal to last week's rates, but no material alteration was .noticeable - to an extent throughout the sales. We quote best bul locks £13 to £13 lOs; good do, £10 to £11 ; medium, £8 to £9; inferior, £7 upwards. Best cows up to £11, good to £9 10s, medium £7 to £7 O10s, inferior £5 upwards. The following .are the principal averages: Messrs. Molesworth, and Co, Lachlan, 151 bullocks, £11 10s 2d ; Staughton. Bros. Darling, 106 head, bullocks £9 d14s, cows £7 Ss; Stanbridge and Co's 152 bullocks, £12 10s, 55 cows £9 3s. Fat Calves.-Full supply to hand ; all classes experienced a heavy decline in value. Best vealers uade up to £3 10; good to £25s ; inferior, I5s up wards. Fat Sheep.-IS,778 came to handl, the largest proportion of whicut...

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

COLAC SHIR COUNCIL. rVEDoESDAY, DECESMBoER 15. Present: Crs. Beal, Conulston, Haimes, Buchanan, Dennis, Tilley, and Howe. In the absence of the President, Cr. Deal was voted to the Chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read dnd confirmed. Copies of letters sent since last meeting were read by the Secretary. CORR.SPOrNDENCE. From the Assistant-Connmmissioner of Roads and Bridges, stating that it was no longer necessary to forward main road accounts. From the Secretary of Lands, stating that the area already reserved, 2 acres, was deemed quite sufficient for pound purposes. From the Government Statist, forwarding document for the use of the Council. Front same, requesting to be supplied with return, as per form, as soon as possible. From the Central Board of Health, re spectingDr. Day's treatment of scarlet fever, and recommending its use. From the Leigh Shire, forwarding cheque for £36 odd, half cost of boundary road repairs. From same, relative to the eradication of Cape w...

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Wednesday, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

Wednesday, December 15. The debate upon the budget, which Icas now extended over nearly four weeks, was resumned this evening, and was carried on with as much freshness, and animation as though hou. membeip were only comenuciing to warm up to ttheir work. Mi. Inglis was the first to address the House, ind, jdgiing from the absence of any definite ittimnation as to the course he would pursue, it may be may be presumned that he .will follow the paradoxical example of Mr Boent, and thereby makle himself safi with both parties. Mr G o . V Smithl who followed nas -highly eulogistic of the Premier ancd his -proposls, and very indignant, that the, Opposition should isiclude the hen. member for Mildon (Air. Service) in their ranks. ,Mr. John Tiomas Smith (oioted a variety of statistics. which iwent to prove undeniably that thr house and property tax would operate most unjustly and oppressively uponl the citizens ot Melbourne. .MIr. Grant, whli spoke next Imiade the speech of the cseniong. I...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

SINCE the Hon. Mr. GILLIEs notified that lhe did not intend opening up for selection any of the large tract of coun try known-on paper-as the Otway State Forest, and as such decision is in opposition to the promise given in tlhe House by his predecessor, the I-Ion. Mr. Loaomiou, we have been. deluded into the hope that some hon. member would take the matter up, and ascertain upon what pretext Mr. LON iOREa's order has been cancelled. We do not for a moment imagine that Mr. LoNGcsoRi would have given the promise for opening up 12,000 acres, had he not previously ascertained that this,portion was utterly useless for State forest purposes. When we consider that the area locked up is fully 197,000 acres; and that fuilly one-third of this is devoid of timbet suitable for any purpose but firewood, and that one-third of what has timber, is so hemmed-in by gullies, ranges, &c. that it could not possibly be brought to market at treble the present price, we cannot but come to the conc...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMIBLY. ' Tuesday, December 14. The debatenupon the financial proposals of the Government was on Tuesday evening re sumed by Mr. Bent, who attempted to show that there was nothing paradoxical in his supporting the scheme of the Government as a whole, but opposifig every item in the pro gramme when the House went into conm. mittce upon the. details. Indeed, the hon. member proved how little lie has learned from experience, when he laid it down as as maxim that a new system of taxation should not he made a party question. Mr. Mackay, who followed, gave in his adhesion to the principle of bursting up the large estates, which he looked upon as a matter of self-. preservation. IHo, however, gave a curious reason for supporting the income tax, namely that. he himself was amenable to it, and it would never do to go before his constituents with the admission that hevoted against a tax for no other reason than that it affected him. Mr. M'Kean, who was the next spea...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

WOr'B,5 Afl SFSN1S. Ouri subsidised local conteiiporai'y, in its last issuer publishes another paragraph, cvi deintly also written by Mr. Dredge, the head-teacher of the Colon Stats School, aisd states that " every inquiry" lias been made respecting the child s'lo siarrewly oesped suffocation iin the old ceaspit at the school, and that ouch statement is false. Oar insfor matiois was received from cc peroon connected with ties school, aisd we rcfi'aiii frees giviesg ths naiie, -as it is coosiilered, frees Mr. Dredge's well-kuown'i vinedietive dipositioce, that he would endeavor to Ifionk our autbor in a very characteriotie isaneser. However, if M~r. Dredge will have sic enqoiry-poblicly instituted ansongst the ehildrens, allowing our representative to be present, and ust tamper with the children in the meantime, our otatement wil he-found to be cor rect. We will, heosseeri is piereooviul st-cted, this sweek refer the whole scatter to the Edo esteems Dpeprtmient -cod ascertsin cwhesth...

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COLAC AMATEUR TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

COLA C AMAT'EUR UERl" CLUB 1?A C1?S. The following are the eiitries and accept ances for the above Races, to lac held on Monday, 27th flecemiber. MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. IT. M. Heariso hr g Oscar. Mr. .E. Jehnstoiie's hr f Leondali. Mr. i. Archer's b gMistakce. Juxeon S'sAicEs. Mr..). P. Fallen's be Tress, by Sesoleoseko. Mr. J. J. Herrick's blk g Otisello, by C~aur. de-Lion. 'Mr J. Scott's Little Gos, by Hers. Mr. 3. Kempsj/ Passallora, by Owar-de. Lien Mr. Ei. Johnstone's is f Rain, .by Sine lenseko. Mr. F. Archer's bib f CGuiding Star, by OCetar-de-Lion. Mr. 3. fowling's b p Model, by Sine lessecko. Mr.). Johnstone's b c Warrior, by Smos lensoko. AsATs-ssac Tuar Cs.auo HAwssrcM< at. lb. Mr. S. Townsend's hr p Jack Sprat 6 2 Mr. 1D. O'Teole's oh g Novice ... 7 10 Mr. J. 3. Herrick's hr g Brownlock 7 0 Mr. .' J. Herrick's chi g Vanish.. 6 13 Mr. E. Maser's hr as Stella ... 6 10 HuonDLc RAcE. at. lb. Mr. 3. Keinn's hbg Argas.....10 0 Mr. Ei. Johiistone's h or hr h Sane lenslo.....

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

F COMMERCIAL.>. aMETBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. S Wednesday Evening. The lAye reports :-We note a somewhat "icr show of business in the import market land, and. fer sales' f any degree of U uitude iave. conme under our notice. :" ttsffs are very firm, the offering con. -miin" exceedingly light. At auction two .?4inll lots of Western wheat were sold at G es Id to Gs -lId. Flour was disposed of at the same time to the extent of 53 tons at X£13 is for Northern and lWestern. Thei trade demaind for flour in the city is not large, hut a revival is looked for ere long. In'feedin" grains, oats are attracting con sumert' notice, owing to the relatively low rates ruling for this description of corn. iUnder the hammer a few lots were placed at :s id to 3s 7d, one line of 382 bags realising 3s -!.d. PRUDUCE MARKETS. The following were the prices of produce at the undermentioned markets at the latest dates : fWheat. ats. Flour. Potatoes. Hay. Bsr~ley. Per Bushel. Per Bushel. Per Bushel. Per Ton. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

:COACHING. COBB AND CO'S ROAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE L. - " OF COACHES. DAY COACH CAMIIPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day Coach leaves Camperdown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 n.m passing through Colae at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Bookiong Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday, a?d( Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT MAIL. .GEELONG TO WARRNA.1BOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, as 9.50 p.m., Satu rdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CAPAM1UT, PENS HURST, AND HAMI1LTON, MOUNT GMBlIER AND ADELAIDE, VIA PENOLA, and all intermediate post towrs, leaving Geelong every Monday, Wednesday and SFriday, at 9.50 p).m. Coaches leave Cobb and Co's Booking Office. Geelong, daily (Saturday excepted). at 9.50 p.m. for W\arrnambool and Belfast, returning from Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) at 10.30 a.m., on Sundays at 4a.m. and from Warrnambool 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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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE REPORT. December 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE REPORT. December 14. Messrs. GEORGE SS'NNOi' and Co. report: Sheepskins.-There was a full attendance of houycrs at our sale to-dcly, and spirited conm petition for every lot. We had a small supply-only 2,471 skins, the wholeof which we cleared, at asbout last week's prices. Best skins 4d 2d to 5s each; nmedium ditto 3s 3d to 3s 10d each ; lanmbskins is to 2s' each; station skins 5Ad to 71d per pound. Hide.-We sold all to hand (asmaller supply than usual) at firm rates. Wet salted 41d to 4'd per pound; good-conditioned ditt 54 to 5od pound: calfskins 4. to 5d per pound. Tallow.--We have numerous enquiries at present for first-class mutton, and to-day have sold 137 pipes, as follows:-mnuttonr £33 l0s to £35 per ton ; beef £30 to £32 10s; mixed £29 to £32: station sorts £28 to £30 15s- rough fat 24d to 2.d per pound; rendered fat 2ld to 3sl per pound,

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. December 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. December 11. [lessrs. O'F.?nRREL. and SoN report: Supplies for our yards this week comprised ;,0 horses, 263 cattle, and 120 pigs. Horses. The supply was an unusually heavy one, and proved to be far in advance of our re quirements in all classes. Buyers were only too ready to take advantage of this, and would only invest at low rates, which having, in most cases, been refused by vend ors, a large number went out unsold, espe cially among the lighter sorts. There was a very sensible falling-off in the demaid, most prominently amnongst our intercolonial trad ers, who will not be operating again to any extent till after the holidays, and farmers, who wcere too eager to attend to harvesting operations during the few fine days at the end of the week. We do not expect any improvement in this department for some time. Prices remain as last quoted. Cattle. -The demand was very slack, and great dilliculty was experienced in getting quit of the fully supply to hand...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

SSOUTHI, AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, December 16. The steamer Euro is still agrousný - but will be got off when lightened. Mr. T. Elder has bought the cell brated racehorse Gang Forward, the winner of the 1000-guinea stakes it 1873. The Rev. J. Thorn, Bible Chlristin? Minister and head of the Good Ten. plars here has been appointed inummigra. tion lecturer to England. Wheat is firmer, but little offering The weather has retarded the reaping. December 14. Professor Tate and Messrs. A. f. Murray and Joseph Harrold are par sengers by the steamer Glenelg from England. The Rev. S. G. Carter, of Rose-street Church, Edinburgh, has accepted ..thle lpastorate of the North Adelaide Baptist Church, in succession to the Rev. Mr. Parsons. The Roev. J. Martin, of Mel bourne, was formerly pastor of Rose street Church. Mr. Kemp Penney hlas employed 108 working hands from Victoria. A sale of wheat has been made for Melbourne at Is. Much of the grain in the market is in bad condition and unfit for milling, ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, December 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 17 December 1875

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, December 16. Information has been received from Gilbert's Island that a man named Kerges was killed by the natives iii June last. The Singapore with the November mails left Singapore on 13th December, two days earlier than usual. Henry Beaumont, late of the 7th Hussars, and a Balaclava survivor, has died from a snake bite received while shepherding. About 1000 people were present at the installation of Bishop Hall at Brisbane. The catain and several of the crew of the Lady Darling have returned from a labor cruise, wounded with spears. December 14. The cash balinces hi the summnary of the budget were errolneously printed. It should be, tlhe, cash balance of the public account of the coloily exceeds £2;600,000, and the balance to the credit of the, consolidated revenue is ovei £1,900,000. The proprietor of the ,lehtig U.ews estimates the diaage by the fire at bet;ween £6000 and I7000, which is coveried by insuuance The paper was issued to-da1 yas usual. An ag...

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