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COLAC RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
COLAC RA CE CLUB. .ANNUArL MEETING. '[lie annual meeting of the above Club took place at Kinane's Victoria Hotel on Saturday last, when the following were present :-Messrs. J. Haimces, A. ifurray, jour., T. E. Murray, W. Taylor, G. Hall, J. Woods, A. H. Veitch, F. Archer, E. John stone, and H. M. Hearn, Secretary. Mr. John Hfaimes was voted to the chair, Ind stated the object of the meeting was to submit the balance-sheet, showing the state of the Club's finances, and elect oltice- I bearers for the ensuimg year. The minutes of previous meetings were read and confirmed. The Secretary then submitted the balance sheet, which showed the receipts for the year to be £254 13s 3d. and expenditure to smount to £264 5? ? Sd; assets, £46 4s ld ; iabilities, £47 Is Gd, thus showing a debit alance of 17s 5d. a.he Chairm.in regretted that the Club was not in such ai prosperous condition as it was at the last annual meeting, but lie had no doubt that a little energy would soon put matters straigh...
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
(FreoM OU R OWN CoItI-SrOUNESTi) Saturday evening. After the experience we have had, I think it connot be disputed but that payment of members is a mistake of the very pIonounced order, for the proof of which I will simply refer my readers to -Iansard, or the news paper reports. It is to be hoped that at the next election constituents will make it a condition that their elected member will vote for the abolition of this infamous muzzle 1uon the convictions of honorable members. Tust shining light, Mr. G. V. Smith, whose appearance would- justify persons in Ire surling him to be au undertaker's sute out of situation, informed his constituents that lio approved of the relluneratioll of members of Parliament. It would indeed have been strange if he did otherwise, because I fancy, in common with many others, that politics would be to that hion. gentleman ;a profitless 1 nirsuit if paymenllt of members was with Could I really believe myself a Victorian, J frankly aro w that I should be a...
COLAC POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. (Before Messrs Panton, P.M. A. Murray, Coulston, and Beal.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
COLIC POLCC - COU'RT. FRIDAY, DECErItMnER 17. (Before Messrs. lanton, P.M., A. Murray, Coulston, and Beal.) , N. Arnold v. Joseph Duncan.-Goods sold and delivered, £3. Defendant did not appear. Verdict for amount. T. Anson v. J. Bowker.--Aetion for £4, value of-pigs sold and delivered. Mir. Hansl cock for plaintiff; Mr. Butler for defendant. The plaintiff deposed that lie sold defendanit 11 pigs on the 9th of last January. He (defendant) had paid £5 on account, and on the 25th of November when I gave him the bill, he said lie would see me to H-1 before he would pay the balance. He took 11 pigs away with bins. j.y tMr. Untler-Tlle pigs were rather wild. Bowker pointed out the pigs to me before lie bought them. My place is 19 miles from Colac, and about 18 miles from CamhperdoWci. The defendant lives at Cam perdovwn. .The pigs belonged to my brother. and myself. Have not included his name in the summons.. Bowker never took the cart near the door when he came back. Don't know thit one'...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYENEY, December 20th [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYENEY, December 20th |he City of Melbourne, steamer, for San Francisco, vic Auckland, fight. e body of a man has been found in t harbor. It is believed that de sel was strangled before being peed in the water. ,, report that rich coal discoveries A' beent made at Charlotte Bay is December 18th. w City of Melbourne calls at Auck 'degraphlic advices report the depar tu of the M?ikado from San Francisco on)ýcember the 9th. ie Attorney-General has decided to prcute two women coummitted for malaughster. '.e men got adrift in a.boat outside Ne:astle Heads, but reached the shore saft. ADELAIDE, December 20. Alispatch from the Agent-Geueral statithat a large number of emigrants are sou, to embark. He hopes to be ableao ,espatch two vessels monthly durit tl, spring. December 18. ThI sliooner Three Sisters has ar rive- fr Tasmauia after a three month' vage. ThePr a speaks highly of the Rev. .1 Thone appointment as emigration lecture. SMr. :V lit, an old colonist and for I..r...
[?] PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
PRODUCE ~ITARiET. Saturday Eveiing. rle Aye reports :-The week's trade was brought to a close without the development of any movement of an inteoresting character, and the near approach of the holiday season .precluded the hope of an early resumption of activity. Busineas in breadstuffs is much restricted by the absence o: stock, deliveries from ocr own sources of suplply having :ainmost ceased, :slid such quanctitices as are eonmint to lhand are mnore tlhu counter balanced by the demand experienced for out side markets. No new wheat of Victorian growth has reachedl Melbourne up to the present time, but we learn that a few hun dred bags oE the new grain,.were delivered yesterday at the local floor nill at Eehuca. "For the reason already assigrnced transactions are much curtailed. PBst uilling wheat is snaeallel at ls ld,. iags inclluded. Country flour is worth 13 L10s to 13 15s for net cash to short tnerms. In feeding grains, import of oats have iiet with a fair clearance, a col sid...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
COACHING. B AND CO'S I OYAl IL TELEGRAPH LINE COACHES. nAyO CAMPERDOWN AND CC TO GEELONG. Day e leaves Camperdown every Tuesda' T ay, and Saturday at 9 a.m. passin~,hr Colae at noon, and reaching Geelong a u. Retuine ach leaves Cobb and Co.'s Bookin, Geelong every Monday, Wednesda I Friday, at 9 a.m. IGHT MAIL. GEELON WV)ARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, p. n., Saturdays excepted. Ih Branch Line to ,\MOR E, CAPAMUT, PENS H , AND HAMILTON, THENCE TO MOUNT BIER AND ADELAIDE, IA PENOLA, and all. ediate post towns, leaving Geelong Monday, Wednesday and Friday. a p.m. Coache ? Cobb and Co's Booking Office, G , daily (Saturday excepted), at 9.50 i r Warrnamnbool and Belfast, returnin,.' Belfast daily (Saturdays ex cepted) . 30 a.m., on Sundays at 4 a.m. and fron rnambool daily (Saturdays ex cepted) i..m., on Sundays at 6 a.m., from Ila n every Monday, Wednesday, and Frid t I a.m. MlountDl 1 Birregunrra Coleraine Winchell Colac Bahnoral Camper Penshurst Cavendish Teranig Hamilton Branxbolme Y...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
THE debate on the budget las at length terminated, and thanks to those mem bers of the Assembly who did not care about facing their constituents, SIR JAMEs IM'CULLocii has secured a ma jority of fifteen in favor of his financial scheme. We must confess that we are utterly at a loss to account on purely political grounds for this result, when it is taken into consider ation that SI, JAMES M'CULLOCII'S financial policy is, but a rehash of his predecessors, with the obnoxious impost of an income tax tacked on to it. It is monstrous that a young colony like Victoria should thus early be saddled with an income tax. This is a measure which is rarely resorted to in extreme cases, and when we have thousands of acres of unimproved lands in the colony which ire not taxed at all, and which should be made to make up any de ficency in the revenue, it is the more iniquitous. To change the entire system of taxation in any country without allowing the body of the people to give expression to their ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
S IRE OF C O L A C. 33 VrcTroIA 506, SiEc. 261. NOTICE OF INTENTION OF 1MAKING A RATE. It.is hereby notified that it is the intention of tilhe Council of the Shire of Colac, at an adjourned meeting, to be held at the Shire HI-all, at 10 a.m. on TUESDAY, the 28th DECEMBER instant, to proceed to MAKE a R?ATE of ONE SHILLING in the POUND (Is in the ,i) on the net valuation of tho rateable property within the Shire, for the year ending 31st December, 1870(: and tIhat a statement of the said rate is deposited at the Shire Office for the inspection of the Ratepayers. P. C. WILSON, Secretairy. Shire Office, Colac, 10th :December, 1875. SHIRE OF COL AC CATTLE STIRAING" ON ROADS. Notice is hereby given that after this •date all Cattle l1und, straying on the public roads within, the S1hire will be impounded. By order of tlhe Conucil, P. C. YILSON, Secretary. Shire Office, Colac, 10th December, 1875. %OTICE.-The PARTNERSHIP - existing betw?-een the undersigned :Edward Johnson Bclye: andl Josep...
LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
LA ST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. l01 O OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SMELBOURNE, December 20. *ccharge of perjury against Mr. G?in Nicholson, J.P., was heard tl, torning at the City Court, and di. sed. Iherine Knox. : femanle said to be w £50,000, -was remanded for a Sat the Prahrani Police Court, on ;,arge of stealing a saucepan and ed spoon. When followed, the dls were fomnd on her. I1 the Slupreme Court, in BIaco. the viction was atirmncd of Bramwell, 1nd guilty of stealing gold from a lier in Ballarat. Alice Maankiewitz, the widow of the . who shot himsel f in a house of lam, was charged to day with '- eatening to commit snicide, and nmanded for a week1 for mediical Kluirv. liln politics nothinig has transpired iring tlhe day.
LICENSING COURT. (Before Messrs. Panton, Beal, A. Murray, Licensing Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
LICENSING COURT. (Before Messrs. Panton, Beal, Murray, Licensing Magistrat The annual licensing meeting en proceeded with, and the followisn lea. tions for renewal of licenses were g COLAC. John Phillips, Oddfellows' Hot Wills, Brewers' Arms Hotel ; Danine, Victoria Hotel; J. J. Herrick, Unitel; IHoiiry King, PerseveranCe Hotel rge Ball, Prince of C les Hotel; MiAn. thony, Royal Hotel; Manurice e Wheelwrights' .Arins Hotel; Jatiyk, Farmners' Arms Hotel; John Wi~m mercial Hotel. IRRiEARRA, LanPENT, Os DITRON YALLOAi, and STONY ot' Campbell Hill, Great Westeiotel:. Michael Howe, Oudit. Hotel llian Edwards, Farmers'. Hotel; On John Rands, Larpent Hotel, Larpeobert Costello, Maimre Hotel, Pirron Colonial wiie licences were ed to William Fletcher, Warrisns, aatthew Flood; Irrewatrra. - NEW LIOENSES. I The application of Alice M11,rence for a publican's license for thlc Hotel was granted. - gl;r. Panton enquired whletie police had inspected tie back prei of the various liccinsd I houses. ...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 December 1875
t the Policy m Itar l iLd. costs for usin' hireateing and insultilig language to MI. . Dwinhor, the Hlerdsuali. There is an old stianding feud between these partics, aiuseod by Mr. Daiahcr's vigilance in cndea orring to keep Mr.: Slater's cattle from tres passiiig on tl'e Coinnion. A pig case, Anson v. Bowker, resulted in a verdict for tlhe plaintiff. Duriing the hearing of this case, the Court was tireated to a disquisition on large, medium-sized, and small pigs, which created considerable amusement l An accident occuired at Birregurra on S aturdady last, whe?eby Mr. Townsend's horse Jack Sprat narrdwly escaped severe tijury. Mr. Townsend sent Jack for a gallop n with:.fr. P. Cahill's horse ro? o b;-Wy some means another horse rtu.de by a man named Doyle cannoned ati? them, and the three horses and their .s were.all tumbled over. Jack Sprat got away with the saddle and bridle on, aud was not caught until late in the evening. Fortunately, neither riders nor horses sus ncod any Serio...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. December 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 December 1875
(.EE. ILOG .TLIVE STlO i-. MAKET. I1Es s. I3UCkLt\l iD iokrr report , =Fat Cittle 153 head ,ailed for a fort iT'ighit' siupply, :a s sale ý ill/:obt; lie held neat Monday. 'The qu a!ity ranged from inferior to goodh no;neyrie ::liere oas a fair attendance of thettae, but biddwgis were very languidW rices lower than lat wee :uality 6f catti aakcl into coisideration. ? e yarded 76 held, and sold on account of Messrs. Gh,. Andlersoni, Whyte, Cogan, Dwyer, M'Intosh, and M'Grath, 50 at. up to £'11 for fair quality mediunm.weight bulloceks; and £8 5s for good quality light-weight cows. Fat Sheep.- There was a full supply, but the market was exceedingly brisk, and prices fully up to those lately ruling. We sold for Messrs. Timms Bros., Mount Hesse, . 494 priiie quality wethers it Os; for Messrs. W. and N. G. Elder, The Meadows, 352 fair quality light-weight wivthcirsat t7s Gd.; for Mr. E. M'Donald, Warrions, 148 prime quality medinm-weight ewes at Ss; 'for Messrs. M'Lellan Bros., Birregurr...