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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 December 1875

LA CARD.] M R. A. B U TLER, S O L I C iT 0 oI, Opposite National Bank, Colac. Office Hours-Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 10 till 3. I"CARD.] 1) R. F 0 S T E R.. May be Consulted at His RESIDENCE, QUEEN STIREET, COLAC, SIn the Morning before 10, and in the Evening after 6 o'clock. [A cARD.] DR.. R A E Will Va.ccinate at his own Residence every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, between 2 and 4 p.u. He can be Consulted between 9 and 11 a.m. every morning. " [A CARD.] M I S S PR I C E, DRE S SM?AKER, Next Mr. Hamilton's Store, COLAC. TO WOOL GROWERS. WOOL and SHEEPSKINS bought in any quantity at. Full Market Rates, at the Colac Tainiery. JOSEPI H. CRAIG, Felhnonger. R 0 B ERI?T COOP 1' ER, PARCEL DELIVERY, CO LAC,. Leaves Colas on Mondays for Geelong, returning the following Thursday. Orders left at Mrs. (Cooper's, Colac, or 'at the Swiss Hotel, James Street, Geelong, will be punctually attended to. S nfIt E OF C0.IAC. CATTLE ST iAYTN . ON oinADs. Notice is heicbv giveu thaIt after this dlate a...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 December 1875

PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WEDESDA.Y, l)ECEJMER 22. There was but little business transacted in the Assembly this evening. The Uni\er sity Act Amcndment Bill anil the Amialga mation of the Legal Professions Bill gave rise to somne debate prior to the refreshment hour, resulting in the former libeiig carried, while the latter was left in a state of bug pension. The discussion upon the proposed adjournment and the ,Extension of Tolls Thll nseemied the remninsder of the evcniigy. The motion or i irse;uiela i *i.^Uw. Y the House at its rising on Tbohursday: after- d noon adjourn until the Ilth January was c proceeded with. Sir James admittoed that a between this and then there was i business C likely to be done, and it was just as well-to separate. Mr. 1Berry and, several memberst of tihe Opposition submitted. that there was s just as much necessity for amdjourningftill January, 1877, as until January, 1876, unless : the'Ministry were prejesrel to consult the wishes of ti peiople...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. December 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 December 1875

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. D December 22. Fat Cattle.-l - 176head were yarded, nearly the whole of which were from.Biverina, the balance being westwardl cattle. Good and prime pens were in demand at late values, but second rate and inferior descriptions ruled easier. The attendance of buyers was not up to the usual standard; as the warm weather is begiening to materially affect the consumption of beef. We. quote-Best bullocks, £13 to £13 .Os; good do, £9 lOs to £10 15s ; medium, £7 15s to £8 Is ; iu ferior, £7 upwards; best cows, up to .£11; good to £9 5s ; inferior, £5 upwards. The following are the principal averages :-Messrs T. and S. Learmonth, Groongal, 262 head of cattle, bullocks averaging £9.14s 4dl, cows £7 2s 2d; Messrs C. and A. Finlay," Glen ormiston, bullocks £11 12s Gd. Fat Sheep. -22,837 to baud, the largest proportionof which were good usefel quality. Sales were dull at a reduction of front Od to lIs peir head, and about 2000 were turned out unsold. The Melbourne M...

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THE ALLEGEICOAL DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 December 1875

lL[E A ,LLEG6I COAL DI& 0 "" The .fa"nsfeld Guara, 13th December, writes :-- Mr. J. .. Oicr, P.M., of Jamicson, and Mr. O ug, nlug surveyor, from Alexandra, h bee n 1i Mansfield since Monday last u yesterday insititut jng~inq'Uroio rcespct' 110 coal discoveries b)ut they, hove not 1otcd from the dio coverer any difinit orniation as to the locality. Mr -. Job rle, who 1e1s taken up land at the. wN de of the "Paps," and who first pr a sample' of coal, which he positiv ects, he discovered ;u a gully whli o wallaby hunting, decnojood to gie informnatioo wha?t ever as to w founid.tl it. Byrnoe alleges that he nientionetd the cir 1 cu ?.stance to a te," who liss go.'t 1;"tothe ush.? acere to worlk nud that they ard par'ti aeh bi ngii . ide i solemn rormso ro? partinig,' tihnt they would net divoa Pla? -wheic the piece of coal wvas. fo til the return of Ihs mate, at Christ r the cominiocemeint of the .uo fyunds to conmnucene workii~tho se r" Fl H. Kitchen; a ith Mr. Ogie, hi d all ...

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ANOTHER BANK DEFAULTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 December 1875

ANOiB'HERK BANK DEFAULTER. The Wood's Poine Chronicle of Saturday, the lSth inst,; ays that it has been pretty clearly established. that Mr. Cadwallader, manager of the Colonial Bank of Australasia, at Wood's Point, is a defaulter to the firm, On Mr. Bouolly, the visiting inspector, look. ing over the accounts, he found that the business hadtbeen carried on, to say the least of it, in a very loose way, and cash, to the amount of several hundred pounds, was do. ficient.' Mir. Cadwallader was then sent to Melbourne to give arn account of his proceed ings, and Mr. Cuddy sent for him from the Jamieson branch bank. It is also reported that some oldresidents of Wood's Point had lodged valueless cheques with a view of ac counting for the deficiency to the teller., Three persons came forward to make up the deficiency, but it was declined. Mr. Cad wallader's guarantee policy is sufficient to cover three timies the amount of the dif' ciecy,, so that the bank will sustain no loss.

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THE LATE MR. SINGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 December 1875

lIH L1ATE ifR. -SINGER. A genitleinan, now a resident in M'aryborough, but who formerly was personally acquainted with the late:Mr. Siuger, of sewing-nmachine celebrity, supplies the Standard with the fol lowing brief notice :---M?r. Singer was born about the year 1813 at Breslati'in Silesia, Germaniy, and belonged to what are called'reformed German Jews. lie was by. tiade a locksmith, arid was noted for his ingenuity in the finishing dcpartmeint of that t?iade. When about 21.years of age lie went to New York, and -worked as a loeksmisith, but after ?s time went to Panama, to. his brother-in-law, who wis the proprietor of a large diry goods store. Here lie remained foi?. about twelm moniths,' when Ie decided upon returning to New York, for the purpose of trying hlis haind on a sewsing machine,,-his brother-in-law nobly assisting hini to the extent of 1000 dollais. On?' ar riving at. New York he fell in witli a Frenchman, who lhadl saved something. like 5000 fraices, besides acquired...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 24 December 1875

T HE 3BLOOD' sTALLION " **, *?. .. * "SMOLENSKO, . • ;': ' "By Panic; mit o fFairy" Queen, -Will stand, at Woodriw: Vale, two miles from Colac.' lie will he limited to thirty . mares;. exclusive bf :owner's, therefore ::easrly qpplication is necessary.' ;.,*- °'Every care taken of mares, but no re sponsibility . All mnares to be removed and paid for when stinted, due notice of which will be given, after that 2s 6d per week nwill be charged for grass. Terms: £3 3s.. E. JOHNSTONE,: Proprietor. T'HE THOOUGHBRED SIRE, " LE 0," -Will stand this season at Chepstowe, Mount Emu, 20 miles west of Ballarat, 10 niiles from SKipton, an1 35 from Ararat. Mares' will also be received by MAr. Win Oman, at Preston Hall, adjoining Mr. J. "\.ilson's station at Gala, .near Lismore; and at Mr Oddie's firm, South Purrumn bete, and forwarded on to Chcpstowe. Leo is a dark hay horse," standing six teen hands.. high, of great heauty aid quality,.with power and' substance conm .bined. - As will b;e seen hy h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

BUSINESS. 1) OWATT'"S PATENT ANUCAP 0 NIC SAFETY KEROSENE LAMP gives the most pure and brilliant white light, burns less kerosene than any other lamp yet offered to the public. Requires no Chimney. Can be had suit abe for Table, Hall, Churches, Stables, &e., &c. To be bad of all Storekeepers. Whole sale of all Ironmongers. Beware of Spurious Imitations. None are g'enuine without the Double 'Dome, and with the brand ROWATT'!}S PATENT ANUCAPNIC. Sale Makers and Patentees, ROWATT & SON, Edinburgh aud London. COLA BREWERY, COLAC. C. T. HARRIS Late.in the employ of Mr. AW. Strickland as Brewer, wishes to notify to the Hotel Proprietors and the public of the Western District that he has commenced business as Brewer in this well-known and far famed establishment, and hopes. by strict attention to business and the production of a "Drolp of Good Beer," to merit a fair share of the liberal patrounge bestowed upon his predecessor. Colac', May 11th, 1875. Colae Timber Ya...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

,A terrible disease. 'If gravel i allowed to remain in the bladder, the accumulations eventi?illy become so, large that they. can only be removed by one of themnost dangerous and agonizing operations known to surgery. The deposits pass out'through the uretha so long as they are small enough to do so; but in their passage their ragged edges tear its sensative 'lining,: prodicirg the most ex ?ruciating tortures `The use of that bseo ' ilcent diuretic, Udillpho Wo:-lfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps materially assists in die solvingasid passing gravel.. Q REWA;TiD.-LOST, one BAY '. . MARE, branded R near shoul der,. star.: on. forehead; black points, shod all. rodund:. inder .will be re warided by bringing.: iformation to D. QTJUINANE, 'Onidit: .. R: UNNING, since 4th. July, ,1875, in, my paddock :it Irrewaria, a RED STEER, b·-riided like OD con joind nos ' ea'rimin If not lainhid and expeises paid;:, iill he ?sold '.;-ithin .~iu:- ) :-., UJU E?BER'SO?1 FRIDAY, 21sT JANUARY. At twelve o'...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

PARLIAMENT. : LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, January 18. After this night's proceedings in the Assembly there cast be no longer any doubt of the determination oftheOppositionto carry on the struggle againit Sir James M'Culloch and his colleagues to the bitter end ; and'they are justified in doing so must be ad mitted, having regard to the contemptuous treatment which Mr. Tucker's motion for a dissolution has received at the hands of the Government. As soon as the preliminary business was disposed of last eveniig, the Premier moved that the Speaker leave the chair, with a view to the House going into Committee of Supply. Tlhereupon Mr. Munro moved an amehdment to the effect that Mr. Tucker's resolution should have precedence over all other business. Sir Jas. M'Culloch objected to this proceeding, and contended that it was all.important, and of absolute necessity, that supplies should be Sgranted before any other business was trans acted. Mr. Berry replied in sometemperate remarks. an...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] THE PRESENT CRISIS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

CORRESPONDENCE: [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.-EDITOR.] THE PRESENT CRISIS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) SIe,-While thousands in.other parts of the colony are holding public meetings in support of that small Spartan hIand who are fighting the people's cause in the Legislative Assembly against the traitors and hungry loafers, are we not standing idly by doing nothing? Electors, what are you abshout? Thisis one of the districts that ought to be the first to cry aloud. * Is 'it nothing to you to see the whole of the farming 'and passing away into the hands of the largelandowoers Is it nothing to see your flour-mills, that were once in full. swing, standing as monu ments of'the past?oare'they in future to be employed in grinding.bones of dead bhllocks and sheep, instead of wheat?- Is it nothing to you to-see the people leaving, and pro perty daily falling in value ? How long will: it, 'be: before ,you rouse...

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"ROAN DUCHESS" AND THE ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

t ;ROAiiNV DU'HE, 11 TIll Theb Jdill~a/,ustowym Advci a ' of the I DLI nbL tlhius di coureb oh i is aebove tWe this day present 6iUr readers- not?with the Roan 'Duolesi-s-but wiithl thd accodunt f- tthe ale 'of the' quadru- A pedal beaut?as reported'by the Argus. According 'to. that .'organ of pure monopoly, the "RoanDuchess" is worthl ' all that would have been earned by several families." This is very, satis- at factory. It places human life and hl welfare in a list altogether subordinate to that one of the realisation of money. It shows us that the one object we have in this life is the acquisition of RMoney. In this ennobling pursuit Roan Duchesses or half-starved agri etiltural labourers are merely the means to an end, and that end-Money. But here is an extract form the article: "Unquestionably our trade in pedigree stock is a very advantageous one. The skill and enterprise of our breeders have combined to make Victoria the head-quarters of Auistralasian cattle- - breeding-the ...

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THE ENCROACHMENT OF THE LARGE ESTATES. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

TILE ENCROAOCMEZNT' OF THE LAaRGE ES TA TES No. II. The last paper on the above su"bject began at Ballarat, and, following the line of railway, left off at Beaufort. Continuing along the line, Ararat, thepresentterminus, is reached in 28k miles from Beaufort, Ba asgor, the only intervening township, being' situated exactly half-way. Wire fences, enclosiag immense paddocks containing widly scat tered flocks of sheep, and an almo st total absence of roads or houses, make up the general appearance of this country As seen from the railway carriage. A .few miles beyond Ararat the Pyrenees cross the railway track now in process of extension to Sisawell, and form the northern boundary ,of the shire, by a line running, west about 25 miles to the Grampians, at Hall's Gap. From this point the Grampians run at right-angles with the Pyrenees, or due south to bMount Abrupt; forming the boundary on the west. Mount Abrupt is near Dunkeld, a small township about 20 miles from Hamilton. From Mount A...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. . . - January- 19. ' Fat Cattle.-1103 head were enterel for the week's supply, nearly all froTn the north, including a lot from Queensland.'. The bulk of the supply waslof second and middling quality, with a ?imhll proportion of prime. There was a large attendance of buyers, and the prices realised weredfully 10s in advance of last week's rates. Prime quality bullocks sold at from £10 10s to £13 2s Gd; good do, from £9 10s to £10 10s; second do,; from £8 to £9; inferior, from £7. Very few cows came to hand, best sold up to £11, others from £5. The following are the principal averages :-Messrs. P. Davis and Co., 272 bullocks, £10; Messrs. Jones, Green, and Sulliyan, Bullo Downs, 190 do, £11 3s 6dd; Staughton Bros., 99 do, £8 14s; Mr. J. Leitch, Berry Jerry,tRiverina, £10 10s. Fat Calves.-100 yarded, the prices realised for which were without any material alteration from last week. Prime sold at from 50s to 77s 6d; good, 40s to 45s; inferior from 15s. Fat ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

NEW SOUTH WAITES. SYDNEY, January 20. The want of confidence debate was adjourned till to-night. A boy named Moggridge was killed by a blow from a cricket ball at .Red fern. Sproule, an attendant, has been sen tenced to four years' imprisonment for ill-treating a [child at the Rand-wick Asylum. Splendid entries have been received for the Anniversary Regatta. A meeting was held to-day to organise a private company to induce a new Italian opera troupe to visit Australia. January 19. The want of confidence debate has been resumed in the Assembly. -The charge against Mr. Sproule, for illtreating a child in Randwick Asylum, occupied thle police court all day, and another charge is pending. The Australian Agricultural Com pany have found a bore-hole seam within three miles of Newcastle,' at a depth of 277 feet. The seam is 13feet thick. The Cyphrenes reports that the City. of Melbourne left Kandavu for California on the 1st inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

COLAC PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A SO-IR-E'E, In connection with the above Church, will be held at the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, COLAC, ON TUESDAY, THE 8TH FEBRUARY. Tea on the Tables at 6 o'clock p.m. ADMIssION-2s. TICKETS to be had at the Stores of Messrs. Robertson and M'Intosh, E. Cooper, A. Hamilton, and D. Dlmoon, also from Members of Committee. A PUBLIC MEETING Will be held afterwards, when addresses will be delivered by the- Rev. J. D. Dickie, pastor of the Church ; the Rev. F. R. M. Wilson, Camperdown; the Rev. William Henderson, Ballarat; the Rev. J. Wagg, Colac; .the Rev. R. 0. Cook, Colac; and other gentlemen. MUSIC BY THE CHOIR. ANDREW iMURRAY, Esq., J.P., in the Chair. BIRREGURRA CRICKET CLUB ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS, WILL BE HELD IN THE BIRREGURRA CRICKET GROUND, ON FRIDAY, 17TH MARCH, 1876. Commence at 12 noon sharp. G. R. RIPPro, Esq., HIIANDICAP1PER. PRO GRAMME: 1. MAIDEN PLATE, 200 yards. 1st prize £2, second do. £1. Entry 2s 6d. 2. BIRREGURRA CUP, value £30. Han dicap of three e...

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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TLEGRAMSI.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 20. Nearly the whole of the early part of the sitting of the Assembly was oc cupied by an impromptu debate on the Education question. The necessity of a revision in the books used in State schools was advocated by Mr. Higin botham, and admitted by the Minister, who spoke in favor of appointing a Commission of School Inspectors to consider the whole subject. The establishment of a training school for teachers was strongly advocated. The debate on Mr. Tucker's motion will probably last well into next week. The Legislative Council did not sit to-day, as there was no quorum. A dividend of 10 per cent. has been declared on the Opera House shares.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

IT is rather difficult to understand the 'Parliamentary ethics which influence the conduct of Sir JAMES M'CULLOCH and the other members of his Govern ment. For some time past the country has been treated to the spectacle of a deliberative legislating body indulging in the most bitter wordy warfare and damaging personal recriminations, all being brought about by the refusal of the Government to allow the motion of a dissolution, given by Mr. TUCKER, one of the Collingwood representatives. Sitting after sitting has been wasted in the most shameful manner, simply be cause the Government chose to be obstinate, and not allow a perfectly legitimate motion to be debated. When at last it was found that the 'Opposi tion was determined not to retire from the position which it had taken up, and that they were resolved to use the forms of the Assembly' in order to prevent the Goveriment having a Supply Bill passed, then Sir JAMES M'CULLoca changed his tactics. The TREASURER had previously given...

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

COLAC SHIIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. Present-Crs. Robertson (president), Dennis, Buchanan, Haimes, Wilson, Coulston, Tilley, and Howe. The minutes of previous meetings were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Copies of letters sent since last meeting were read by the Secretary. From Under-Treasurer,. calling attention to Endowment Act, and stating particulars with reference to endowments. Received. From W. P. Wheatland, Secretary Gee. long Fine Arts Exhibition, soliciting contri bution of works of art, manufactures, or curiosities. Received, and ordered to be acknowledged. From G. Mitchelmore, requesting his name to be placed on the roll instead of that of George Marriner. The consent of the latter was ordered to be obtained. From S. Hewlett, protesting against the valuation placed on land selected by him at Apollo Bay. The letter was ordered to be acknowledged, and Hewlett informed that his request could not be granted. From J. Cawood, Middleton, Apollo Bay, also appealing ...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

NOTES AND. EJYINTS. The Government has at last given away, and Mr. Tucker's motion, praying that His Excellency rwill, dissolve the Assembly, is now under discussion. The debate is not expected to finish; until the latter' part of next week. There were some eleven or twelve appli cants for the office of Poundkeeper at the Shire Council meeting on Wednesday last. Mr. J. J. Herrick, who tendered to perform the duties for £40 per annum, was the successful applicant. An amendment was moved that R. Doak, whose tender was for a similar amount be appointed, but it did not find a seconder. Mr. Herrick is a capable .nd responsible person, and well fitted for the post to which he has been appointed. There were only two tenders in for leasing the weighbridge for one year--John Tonkin, £6, and J. A. Valentine, also £6. As Mr. Tonkin had during the last twelve months carried out his contract in a very satisfac tory manner, his tender was again accepted. The programme of the Birregurra Cricket Cl...

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