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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 20. A London telegram quotes wheat at 53s,.and falling. i:i. Solomon, a horse and cattle dealer, has become insolvent. .Liabili ties, £4000. The barque.. Aneer, with sleepers, from Freemanitle, is ashore at Port Broughton. January 19. " The colony has been divided into four educational districts for inspection purposes. During the :boat "race at Port Wal laroo a boat upset and two nien, Joseph Collins and Alexander Bruce, were drowned. At the inquest'a verdict.of accidental death "was returned. Both men leave large fimilies. The daily papers, publish eulogistic notices 'of the late 'tIajor-General HItmley, once Actiin-Governor here. Wheat is firmer, and l :i demanid foi: shipping hast sprung up 'l,,For 'good sound samples, sellers are, sking is lid..11* /

Publication Title: Colac Herald, The
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LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

LATEST AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, January 20. The annual meeting of the Bene volent Asylum took place to-day. His Excellency the Governor was in the chair, and expressed approval of the committee's proposal to remove the Asylum to a site near the railway, some miles from Melbourne, and have only a receiving house in the city. An unknown woman, who has con sorted with vagrants in the scrub near the Botanical Gardens, on the banks of the Yarra, died last night suddenly in her lair in the scrub. An inquest will be held. In the Assembly this evening, Mr. Higinbotham moved the resolution of which he had given notice,. re books in State schools. An animated debate ensued thereon, and continued up to the refreshment hour. The weather was very hot to-day, but there is now a southerly cold breeze, with drizzling rain.

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

, .CQ'{IMERCIAL. MELBOU4E PRODUCE MIARKEP. Wednesday Evening. The ge. reqors :-a ,e note a fair show of oui eeoin th t markets to-day r attention, hulever, is in: the main directed ýo a few art cles. irealstuffs sustaincie a stvere re vrec.to-day, the c'?ktion salesretultinghni a. ?need decline, and leaving the diarket in a uost unsteady and i?settled-cyndition: The. sdale of prices irciathed for breat is- below 'a jiarity with values in the-country markets;, and it remains to .be scealwhether the fall mnay not have the effect ofdheckling sunplies, though such a contingeliy is not loolcefl.for thus early in the scasoI Under the hainmer about 900 bags svh icats.vere cleared ffa't 5 to 5s 3d, bags includgil;-according to quality. PrimeNorthernwesbet has heen sold privately at 5s 4t". Flour 'vas sold by auction at £12 5s, and sales ha:ve siace been effected privately at the same rate. In feediuggrains, oats yere largely quitted by public sale; some 2500 bags -New Zealand, ex Hero of th...

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

,COACHING. 0CO"BB AND CO' S ROYAL MAIL TELEGRAPH LINE OF COACHES. naY COACH CAMPERDOWN AND COLAC TO GEELONG. Day. Coach . leaves Camperdown every Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday at 9 a.m passing through Colac at noon, and reaching Geelong at 6 p.m. Return day coach'leaves Cobb and Co.'s Booking Office, Geelong every Monday, Wednesday,' and Friday, at 9 a.m. NIGHT, MAIL. GEELONG TO. WARRNAMBOOL AND BELFAST. Daily, at 9.50 p.m., Saturdays excepted. With Branch Line to MORTLAKE, CARAMUT, PENS HURST, ,AND HAMILTON,, S THENiCE TO MOUNT.G.A MBIER 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, Geeleng, daily (Saturday excepted), at 9.50.p.m. for Warrnambool 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, ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK REPORT. January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK REPORT. January 19. MESSES HEPBURN AND LEONARD report : The stock yarded were-408 cattle, 36 calves, 22,317 sheep, 1593 lambs. Fat Cattle. About one-third of the above number were stores, remainder ranging from medium to good, with a fair proportion prime. There was only a moderate attendance of buyers, and prices again declined about 10s a head. Quotations-Best pen bullocks, £9 10s to £12; good, £8 to £9 10s; medium at store prices. Cows at proportionate rates. Fol lowing are averages of the principal mobs Mr. Neil Black's 95 bullocks, £9 9s; Mr. E. Henty's 67 bullocks, £9 Is 8d, 14 cows, £7 8s 3d; Messrs.- W. T. and C. Allen's 34 bullocks, £7 18 7d, 6 cows £6. Fat Calves. Demand was dull, and prices ruled low, best making to 50s. Fat Sheep-Of the above number nearly 10,000 were stores, quality of remainder principally medium to good with a few prinme. There was a fair attendance of buyers, but sales generally dragged. Prices for best sheep showed a* slight decl...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 21 January 1876

MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. January 19. Messrs J. H. CLOUGo and Co. report Wool-We held our usual weekly sale on Monday last, at which there was a full at tendance of buyers. The catalogue com prised 507 bales, and the prices realized were fully up to previous rates. Greasy sold from 9d to 114d; scoured, 15d to 19d ; fleece, 15.d to 194; and we have since' sold Euabalong, 68 bales greasy, at 10d per lb. Sheepskins-W-e have held our usual sales, and prices continue about the same as last week. We sold green pelts at 6d to 2s 9d; dry pelts at 8d to 2s ; full-woolled skins, 3s 6d to 6s each; and station skins, in bales, at 5Gd to 7id per lb. Hides-The market has not been so firm during tihe past week and prices show a decline on last week's rates. We have had an average supply for ward, and sold green ox at 21s to 32s; cow, 15s to 20s each; wet salted (Victorian), 44d to 4jd. New Zealand we quote at 5d to 51d; and calf slins, 6d to 6d per lb. Tal ?low-Thme market is not quite so ...

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A COLAC TRADITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

L COLA TIR·ll)ITIOi. r.-4----. A ciibtriiutor to tile Ielbourne IHerctld forni~hces tb t pape:r with the follo6yiog amusinu sketch, anenIIt stocking Lake.l Colace with fish : In one of my early .i journeys, oftt rleatced j since, 1 was tlaking m~ way to tlhe cslaine wsttward, by Iola(. I lihad heard, oeviO Stheni more than twit tfo \, ars aoo. of lie ! i slualtcr priiine wltIo h lehil t theircuirts in I these pLarts, anlld extt;llldel pln hrtsTl alti hospitality ti any respeetahle wayfare? . 'Tihe n'ates of the Ibcrtsontset.. Mtanifolds, ilaca:tlhtimes, Learimtothl s and Ieinttys \wsre as faitlisearle ktiiwit thteti as now. tin the Indiu s witll which stquatterdni, l has since clthied itself sas thoe either if ;a very ntild lchat'acter, or it was not sil <btrusively aplpa- irent as it is at prcseit. In those days each squattier owneed a sumall principality whlich it was ldifficult to wrest frotL hint on acciunt of his lprcscrilpitve rights, his precionss "orders in counci...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday 25th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

EICISLATIVEh AUSSEMBL-Y. Tuesday 25thl Jamnuary. .The Speaker took the chair at half-past four put. * ECiUst5A DUMM55 rAses. Mr. Longmore called tli attiution of the Minister of .Lands to thee eascs fi Cahrlwell, Kennely, and. others, lwhiel wcre heard Ihea fore the special l(and board. at Echuea. Con the ndl and 3rd September, 1875, anid after wards oni appeail in the loard-rooml-n ., Mel bourne, and determiined by the late. Presi dent, and asked lwh:at hie intended to itowi ith such cases. -le read several extrac ts from the e-idncce taken inl tlhe cases, :slo wilng clearly that the law hlad been e\a dlcld 1,y those whose hl-du hald bIeen forfeitesC. Mr. (lilli~s said he wisId hie able. to con sider the cases in qtestion, togetl i, wsith addllitional evidence, by the cud. of the moonth. lie lhad iot yet sunllicicrti'y owell examinedt the evidence to dleal with ti'emu. Mr. Lalor asked the Minister if it I is hIis intention to go oi rversinig the lelana ions if his psredcessaors. Mr...

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CHARITY AT GERANGAMETE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

SCHARITY AT GERANG1AM1ETE, (TO TILE EDILTOII OF TH[IC IEIIALD.) SmlL,-It aeldom lappcenLs that' you are troubled with correspondence of Iany kind from this remote part of Victoria, buIt lately an crenLt occurred which called forth the sympathy of manklind. An old resident of this place, named Jonlathan Armnstrong, after sufl'rillng for some time from . complication of diseases, died while ian iLLmnate of the GeelonLg Hospital, leavingl is family iln mIost destitute circumLstances. 'To relieve the i-.1 mIediaC t wanlts of the deceased's family, and to give theml a fresh start in tile worhld, it was proposed )vy some o tihe inl3aboitants that Mr. Morris, resident, missionary of the Birregurra district, be requestedto deliver a lecture for their benefit. Mr. Morris, on being asked, willingly consented to do so. The date fixed. was Wednesday, January 19th, the admission being adults Is, children 6d. Accordingly at the time appointed, between 70 and SO of the inhabitants re paired to Mr....

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CORRESPONDENCE. [It is to be distinctly understood that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.—EDITOR.] WHAT ARE THE COLAC LIBERALS ABOUT? (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

COR?RE'SPONDETCEI. [It is to be distinctly understood th:at we do not dlentify ourselves with the opiniins of our correspondents.-Ensrroe.] WHAT ARE THE COLAC LIBERIALS ABOUT ? (TO Tile E, DTOR OF TilE iRAL1.) Sin,-At the hottom of a paragraph in your last issue speaking of the enthusiastic mieeting hleld a:t the l'rincess Theatre, Mel bourne, in support of the- Opposition the question is .?asked-What are tihe Colac Liberals ablout? In walking do-wn -tie strieet, the enquliry is--When ar e egring to have sa meeting lhere to slpport thei ? The Liberal electors should at once orginise :a branch of the National League in Colac. and bhecome omembers, funds would then be forth cloming, and there wouhld then be no difliculty in the way of lhaving imeetings as often as necessary. 1f those who wish -a monster mieeting to be callecd will sonly come fIbrward and contribute toward the expenses, steps will be taken to invite one or two of the late \linistry to come to Cola e and deliver a speec...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, 25th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

PARLIAMENT.I LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. l Tuesday, -°Sth January. The Prcsidcnt took the chair at lrtyi mintutes past fout o'clock. aRTE'.!L OF TIlE TtllSTtrl " ACT. r h . Sinsons oskod if te th over nlttiti,' intctlnde dur ing the ]ire:ntut s?~sion tc ropcal I the Thhistle Act tnow in forcc. ?r. \ln'e5u l itidt thut Il?to '( Tl ' wer uinatll Io eint rtlaizt it in tho tres'-seit state of public hiustinst. i O(NSTIT TI_" O N .%1I, HI; :IOR?. (api. (1ol1 moved that an "idrli s li pre sented to his lxcelluncey the (I\'ernior, settingy forth tlhat in the episiasi of this Cooncil measiures sholol htidt oni takeron tl carry out the considoratti? of the late Acting-Governors address olt the aieninfig of l'arliaient on the slubject of con-* titutional reform,. ltl had tbeen sed that the Council had hieoi obstruetinie legislatiotn, but he maintained that they had niot lorc so, hult were ready to do their duty. le Ihand tfor convenience sake written out his remarks and hadl themi printed. The Presi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

It may inot b)e generally knoesn, that under the V.R.C.' rules neither tiags nor posts mnust necessarily be recognisced ill a hurdle race. It will be recmembered (saysn the Hasiltonl Specalor) that at the Ca?ven dish races, on New Year's day, a.protest was entered by Mr. A. M'Inty.ie (the owner of Topsy) against Mr. Bcrgin's Brownie, for having run inside a flag. The stewards (racing under the V.R.C. rules) agreed to submit the matter to the jurisdiction of Mtr. Bagot, secretary of the V.1.C., and the reply was that in a hurdle race the course is froeu jump to jimnp, irrespective of flags; and Mr. Berg?in's Browlie has accordingly received the stakes. If graveyards could speakc, thoey miight tell of thousands prematurely colsigned to tihe "nirrow house" in consequence of havin" disregarded their ','Small ailhents." " No disorder, howccer triviali, . an safely be neglected. If you are troubleld wiTltslilght cough, or your lstboach, bodels or kidiecys are out of order, if you are weak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

OTICE TO FREE SELECTORS. ADVANCES made upoln LA'TNDS held under the 42nd Clause of the Amending Land Act, 18.5, an1 all business connected therewith trainsacted. JAMES IIENDY, Land Agent, 7 Malop street, Geelong. MONEY TO LEND.-.io5000 to lI be lent on Mlortgage of Country Lands, in one sum or in smaller aunotomts. Also, £20 up) to £100 ad vanced oi deposit of (leeds or Govern mlnt leases. All khids of agency business trn?ms "cted. JAMES HENDY, Loan Broker and Estate Agent, 7, iMalop street, Gcelong. ?,TIVE YOUT.H HOTEL, P. E. CAHILL, PROPRIETOR, B3egs to inforn the public of Birregurra and the surrounding district that the above Hotel hl:s undlergone a thorou.gh renovation, and has a large BILLIARD) ROOM attached. The Proprietor trusts by strici; attention to business and moderate clhaneges to obtajin a fair share of public p:atronage. The best nccomsuodation for Conmmercin1 Travellers and others. Ales, Wines, and Spirits of the choicest I brands kept at the NATIrVE, YOUTt-I HOTEL,...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

NEW SOUTH WALES.. SYDNl.EY, January 27. Subscriptions for sending a frozen meat shipment home arce coming in very fast. A railway porter on the .athurst line was killed tou-(day through being pushed on to the line by the pressure of the crowd. Welcome rain is falling in mlany parts of Queensland. A Iman has been found t alive i- the hush nea:r M\aryborough, who had sub sisted clevin days on grass-tree. • The rain which has fallen at the M.;ickay las been of most material benefit to the sugar crops. ". uninhglam, one of the Canonbar banm robbers has been committed for trial. , The Assembly is discussing a tem porary supply bill. Mr. Stewart moved for leave introduce a bill to increase the judges' salaries. January 26. To-day was obiUrved as a public holiday for the anniversary for the foindation of the colony. The regatta was a great success. Trickett won the All-comers' Champion Race, and Pleiades won the yacht race. At the Newcastle races Sir Solomon won the Jockey Club Handicap, P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

BUSINESS. O C . C (o 3 ?7 o?\t'A'l"l"S PATEN'?T ANUCAP 1 NIC SAFETY'' IEROSEI NE LAMP gives the most pure antd brilliant whita light., hournts less kerosene than any other lamp yet offerel to the public. lequires no Chiintey. Can be had suit able for 'Table, nall, Churches, Stubles, &e., &c. T'o be had of all Storekeecpers. VWhole sale of all Ironmongers. Beware of Spurious Imitations. None are genuine vithout the Double Dome, and with the brand IO WATT'S P'ATENT ANUCAPNIC. Sale Makers and Palenlees, ROWATT & SON, Edinburgh and London. OLA A C BREWERY, COLAC. C. T. HARRIS Lale in the employ of Mr. W. Strickland as Brewer, wishes to notify to the Hotel rrop:ietors and the public of the Western District that be has conmmenced business as Brewer in this well-known and far famed estallisthment, and hopes by strict attention to business and the production of a Dropt of Good Beer," to merit a fair share of the liberal patronage bestowed upon his prcdccessor. Colac,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

Ti: announcement that thile Assembly did not sit on Wednesday night will naturally cause some surprise, and the question will doubtless be asked, where were the Government supporters? It is :certainly rem':lkable thant at this critical period in Parliamentary alfhirs, the Government did niot takle the necessary steps to ensure a quorum being prcsent on \Wednesday night. On the previous TuesdaLy, so thoroughly did the TassuRiEn recognise t1he im portanlce of the crisis, that he moved the suspension of the staading orders, so tlhat P:arliament might meet on Friday evenhings, but now we fmid himr oni the very niext night without a Hlouse. Why is this ? Indeed, it is dificult to conjecture what caused this filure on Wednesday evenhig. Sir J'aESs MI'CULLOCi0 is very fond of bIoasting about lthe majority which hli' possesses in the Assembly. Is it pos sible that there are to be fouud amongst this mujority renegades, who do not at heirt believe in the TREASUrERI or his policy, or is this n...

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(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

(.sTIIIALLIN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELE3GIRA.I.) VICTORIA. 1IELBOURxE, a3inlty s7. Major John Bell, of Bell ParkI, near (eelong, died this mnorning after a long illness. Hle has left proplerty valued at about half-a-million. Ile arrived in the colony 37 ye,'s ago. lThe following team ihas bsen selected to play against Sydney in the ensuing Intercolonial Cricke lt MtLtch :-Allan, Uooper, 3Iidwinter, Honr, Costick, Williams, Elliot, Goldsmith, Alexander, M'Evoy, and Wills. ['l)onsoughl anld Llrnshaw, of the 3halionette 'liroupe, werse arist:sted on warrntilt laoird the steamer Omeo to day, at -the suite of ir. Bentcet, otheie partner .or prol)rietor. The case comes oin at the Police Court to utorro\. Inoring.i rWheat lhas a uv-nced. Sldes have been nimade :it? is 2d. In the Assembly miemibers are dis cussilg Sir James Mt'Culloch's 'motion to take Govermm enmt business on 'ri days firom 5 o'clock. ]Parslow's marie, Cleolitc, wonl tihe TWangarattta Cmup to-day.

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

N.AIF ZEALAND. From files to hand per s. Arawata the Age has the following:-Uptothe 19th inst. 41 Centralists and 35 Anti-Centra lists had been returnied to the General A.ssembly. An old Maori, named Potora Kokohi, has been murdered by three natives of the Wangareawa tribe. The old man had been for some time suspected as a priest of the black art, and several deaths lately were attri buted to him, but more particularly that of the chief Te Minihi, who died a few days ago. Three natives proceeded from Whaigatamata t:o Tairus, where the old man resided. Wheln lhe met the three nati;cs lie asked if Miuihi was dead. They replied, "' Yes." -T.e then said, " I suppose you have come to kill me." After which lie rubbed noses with them, And adjourned to.the public house, where all got uiider the infhluince of liquior. The old man was.. thlii orlcdred to ge"t into :i boat, alid aftl' pusling u(o lie vwas told to take Iis hliat oil', wich h did, and receiving a?brgihi ing blow from a tomnahlaw...

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NOTES AND EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

-9---- j4hc l'ibeielitay' df 'Viict i if. islators is ot4 subject for faVoiAble cbmineht. Sir Sar l ilson gasve.eO0, 000 toiohMel iaoune University, and our representative in- the Assembly, Mr. J. :I; C-onno', inansiver 'to n appelication, forwanrded a cheque' fbi ' the exteraordinarily large -suneiof R£2l2s-todvl.d bilding, the new school in Colac for the romna n l'atholic body. ', Those' wh' i1,hw the circnmstanccs of his last election-esti imiatc.thise;ratfitude at itsprpoper value, Yerb. osaf.-"f , . * - AN ai'ji curoit.s ptate of aflhirsi, in whieli' ell-to-do faineir whoi i residncsii the''direc-2 tioe of Tarkeith is mixed up caiinme:niderth. iiotice of the police a few days .ago. The silsterin-law of the farmner ii uestion was broght into Colaclibytivod fentald -frieids, and.itaken to, the police station, whlre she :was examined by .Seniorictistable Flahiva Oh the clotling being removed thie lack of thIe nefortunate awoman Was ftound to be in a cdreidful' state, being covered...

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Colac Herald — 28 January 1876

I. uscusToX, January 26. The New Native Youth Company at Nine MIile Springs crushetl 240 tons ofstollne, which yielded 2.10 oz. of re torted gold.

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