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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS srrTER'S AUSTRALIA ASSOCIATED PRE? TELEGRAMS. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LoxDoN, January 5. At Thursday's sitting of the conference the Turks justified the counter-proposals, and rejected the proposals of the power.. The Plenipotentiaries nevertheless continued to discuss the rejected points. The con ference will resume on Monday.

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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INDIA AND THE EAST. LONDON, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

INDIA AND THE EAST. Los?os, December 15. The famine in certain Bombay and Madras districts continues, and subscriptions are being collected. There have been deaths from starvation in the city of Madras. The Duke.ofBucking ham is blamed for his inertness. The late cyclone in Bengal was the most terrible on record. The storm wave rose 20ft., rushed over a vast extent of thickly pgpulated country from Backer Gunge to Chittagong, and 200,000 persons hase per ished. The misery and destitution caused have been unprecedented. Admiral MacDermot, in the flagship Un daunted, has arrived in Bombay from the African coast.

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NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM. LATE TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

ENGLISH MAIL [By EnrnIc Tsuon]u.] (AUSTRAAIN AssOCCArTD FRS5 TELEGRAM. LATE TELEGRAMS. The Bangalore arrived off Glenelg at half past ten on Thursday etening. She brings a large number of passengers, and the usual budget of the English news. We subjoin a few of the new items: LONDON WOOL SALES. LosDox, November 24. About 155,000 bales have passed the ham mer, so that the result of the series may be regarded as practically established. Messrs. Balme and Co. remark that "during the past 10 days there have been some variations in the attendance of buyers, and on the whole perhaps in ceitain descriptions the best rates previously paid have been barely maintained. The difference in value, however, hardly exceeded the narrower limits of fluctuation invariably incident to a series of the shortest duration. In particular classes, notably fleece, Capes, Natals (both fleece andgrease), and all kinds of good combing, the figures current rule entremely firm, . while say tendency to weakness is ...

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MESSRS. ROBERTSON BROS. SALE OF PURE SHORTHORNS AND HEREFORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

MESSRS. ROBI0RT?N BRO&. ALEs OP PURE SHORTHORNS AND HEREFORDS. The fourth annual sale of Messrs. Robert son Brothers well known FF brand, took I place on Friday last, the 5th inst., at " The Hill," Colso. There were between 500 and I 600 persons present, including buyers from' New South Wales, South Australia, Queens land, Western Australia, Tasmania, and all s parts of Victoria, and although the high e prices of last year were not obtained, the sale was, on the whole, a great success. The arrangements made for the inspection of the stock, were the same as at the last sale, and those present found these a matter of great I convenience when inspecting the eattle, f the pens being numbered and marked a with the nameot each beast. The sale com menced at 11.30 a.m, Mr. Charles Lynott, for Messrs. Richard Gibson and Ca., of Mel- a bourne, acting as auctioneer. It was I openelt by the auctioneer reading the con ditionsoisale, the principalofiwhichwerethat I the owners only guarant...

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PRESENTATION OF PRIZE CUPS [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

PRESENTATJON OF PRIZE CUP.S A number of gentlemen largely interested in pastoral and agricultural pursuits in the Western District, aisenblel at the Leura Hotel, Camperdown, on Thursday atternoon, to witness the presentation to William Armstrong, Esq., of Hexham Park, Hex ham, of these special prizes won by that gentleman at the last Hampden and Heytes bury Pastoral and Agricultural Show. The prizes consisted of three silver cups, each beautiful in design and execution, from the well known firm of Messrs. Kilpatrick and Co., of Collins Street east, Melbourne. Peter M'Arthur, Esq., J.P., in presenting the prizes, expressed the gratification he felt on the occasion, as Mr. Armstrong had always taken the deepest interest in all matters connected with pastoral affairs in the district, and he hoped that other gentlemen would follow Mr. Arm strong's exa-uple-using teir best exer tions to improvethe breed of sheep and cattle -and he hoped Mr. Armstrong might live long to enjoy the honor he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

Conveyances. COBB AND CO,'S W'ESTERN. TE?IE GP, AP1 I iE.8 - DAY COACHES.. CAIPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. Y coACH in connection with rilat Wincbelsea Swaves Camperdown at 8.30 am. Colae, 12 noon, arriving atWinchelsea in. time to connect with the train leaving for Geelog, at 3.45 p.m. Leave Win. chelsea on atiival of train from Geelong at u1m.min, due at Colae at 2.30p.;', dueat COanmpenlown at S psm. FARcs-Camperdown to Winchelsel 15. lI Colac to Winchelsea .' a.. NIGHT 'MAIL. Belfast to Geelong ia Campenrdown. Mail Coaches from Belfast pastbugih cm_ r do.n on Monda)B" Tuel?ys i Wednays, , TT unalT and Fridays -at 11 p. ., reaching ,Wilchhea rlsa at On Sund.ay leave Camperdown at I p.m. reaching Wlnchelsea at 8 p.m. . RETURN MAIL COACHES Leave. Winchelea Monday, Tuesday. Wedneaday Thnusday, and Friday at lL3Op.m., aerfvisig at f it , i ruitscirr at 5.45 am SOn 8unday lses Winchelsea at. 5 am., arrivi at - Campedown at 1L30 am : . . WITH3BRANICH LNLE TO, MORTLA, E, HEXBAM, CARAMUT, PENS...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MFlLl1~'ttS, January 3. lhrs. It. EoldbrilUgh and to. repolrt "Wi.,,l. tur olto:inog sal' of the new year was held to day, anld we catalo;uld 372S bales, All the greasy w`,lIs were sold at hlly late rateo, ranging from 7id t I il 1 pcr lb. W ashed wools scarcely so firm, the luts aiJd, however, realiled about late rates, ordinary t. average ranging from's 3ldto Is 9}d per lb. In all we Oold 3O17 bales. Slhecpkine.--We have sold a fair euppll of all descriptions, and the prlces realiled were eatlsfgtory. Our quotations are-Butchers' skinU from ls to 5 tdeach; pelts, 6dto ? " each;dry skins, d to 64d per.lb. Hides-A fullsupplyl~ coming forward, and we look for a continuance of present quotation. Ox-hides are worth from ITsto 28? each; cow-hide, Its to .T' each: Victorian salted, 3d to 4d~ per lb; New Zealand salted, 3fd to Sd per lb. Tal low-We have no sales to report; but our next sale will be hold to-morrow, andwe look for full price...

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THE COMING ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

THE COkING ELECTIONS. To TRE EDITOR OF THE CHRO:ICLZ. Sir,--The approaching general elections may now be considered as the only question bearing any political significance. Parlia mentary institutions have been dragged through the dirt by the very men whose duty it was to uphold the national honor; and the recently prorogued House has been conspicuous for qualities least desirable in a body claiming to be representative. The want of business capacity; the senseless clamour; the "damnable iteration" of meaningless words; the intolerabl seli seeking,, and the low scurrility, which characterised a number of the members-of the opposition more especially-are, let us hope, not essential elements in Victorian politicians. sidered on their trial here, as they have been for a more extended period, and under slightly different auspices, in America; and the trial, so far, has not been of that re-as suring cast that the best friends of popular government and true liberty would wish. There is, u...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

1 (l ronicit. TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1877. Tas latest telegraphic despatches from Europe are quite reassuring as to the maintenance of peace. The Sultan of Turkey, it is true, demurs a little to the terms proposed by the Conference of plenipotentiaries from the Great Powers, whi.eb.hsa'been held at Constantinople,' but his acceptance of them in ikbeuid a foregone eonelusion.i He ihas, a fact, no alternative, as Lord SALsavrY has very plainly hinted to the Chief Minister of Turkey. It is no more pos06ible for the Sultan to stand against the combined Powers f .Europe, than it would be for an old weather-beaten hulk of the last century build to with stand the assault of an iron-cladof the period. If, therefore, as is probable, the next telegrams bring us news of the final settlement of the difliculty through the Turk's acquiescence, all further fears of a general European war may be dismissed for the prse?, and with them all apprehensions of a hostile visit being made to these parl by a R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

THE BEST PLACE - TO PUtCHASPE 0OU1 NEW, AND FASHIONABLB L E PERTY' SADIES AND GENTLEME?-1' in. S rite von when in Ballat to *s -t -l to my establishment, or make a. AOW Trip in to .Purchase your. Goods. The saaing will be something considerable. The large place is literally crammed with Cheap Goods. 1 I m UT- .... "he Largest Stock and the Cheapest in - Ballarat F P*era and Feithe rie e l slirlesFany Goods in the greatest imaginable varety. Silk Drers Goods. Costumes from 105 6d fashionable made of Rolland 'and Natty T'ririming. Stay's, Baby Lien, Upder ,lothing. Umbrellas in silk from. 4s 6d; in renella from 2s 6d (half price). ; i Muslin Dresses from 2O lid. Print-Excellent Assortment, Cheap. Mohair and Calicos irom3d per yard. 'The American Calico 36 inches wide, 4s "lidper dozen. TILZB TayG D1AZT !T-j suit, complete, 27s d. ! Made to order,.45e, and highe. r. 50 different patterns in FyhionlbleSil Tweeds, so much worn in London just nw. Try jT. TAYLOR for" your New Clothi1 this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

FREE TRADE LEAGUE OF VICTORIA. CAMPERDOWN BRANCH. PRESIDENT The Hon. Niel Black, M.LC. VICE-PRESIDN'TS- A. K. Finlay, Esq. ; Peter Manifold, Esq.; Daniel Mackinnon, Esq,; andPeterM'Arthur, Esq. TREASURER- R. D. Scott, Esq. SEcREraRv A. Knott, Esq. GENERAL CoMMlITIra- John Thornton, Esq. Stuart Reid, Esq. W. M. Fergusson, Esq. J. Dawson, Esq. R. D. Scott, Esq. Jas. Allen, Esq. John Ware, Esq. J. L. Currie, Esq. W. Johnston, Esq. H. Macrvan, Esq. W. Brown, Esq. W. Lamb, Esq. P. W. Tait, Esq. J. Wiggine, Esq. And the Secretary. With power to add to their number. t1 Every person joining the League thereby under takes To have his name registered.on all electoral rolls u when and where he possesses the necessary qualific ta ions. To voteat all elections where the interests of the Cause are at stake. P To support, whether as Elector or Candidate united action in the election or Free Trade candidates. The objects of the League are to obtain by all Legal and Constitutional means the abolitio...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

CRICKET. The second eleven of the Camperdown Cricket Club, played their first match on Saturday last, with an eleven from Cobrico, and scored a win by 41 runs, the match being decided on the 1st innings. The fielding of the visitors was very inferior, and that of the Camperdownians was hardly up to the average. The teams were captained by Messrs. Hyde (Camperdown), and Wright (Cobrico). The following is the score:— CAMPERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN.—First Innings. Tangye, st Smith, b Walker .. .. 5 J. McDonald, b Gillespie .. .. .. 5 Absolam, c and b Walker .. .. .. 0 S. McDonald, b Gillespie .. .. .. 8 Allen, b Gillespie .. .. .. .. 2 J. Neylon, run out .. .. .. .. 24 Paul, st Braithwaite.. .. .. .. 10 Hyde, c Wright, b Gillespie .. .. 5 C. Bramley, c Walker, b Gillespie.. .. 19 F. Bramley, run out.. .. .. .. 1 Terry, not out.. .. .. .. 6 Sundries .. .. .. ... .. 19 Total .. .. .... .. 104 Second Innings. J. Neylon, b W. Cole.. .. .. .. 0 J. McDonald b W. Cole .. .. .. 2 Allen, c Braithwait...

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SERIOUS INUNDATION. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

SERIOUS INUNDATION. LONDON, January 3. A serious overflow of the river Thames has occurred, and the rainfall still con- tinues.

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REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877

REVENUE RETURNS. The rcvenue returns for the qnarter ending Decembler 31 were published in last night's Government Gazette. The officials of the Treasury department deserve credit for the quick manner in which the returns have been prepared. The total revenue for the quarter was £1,082,700, and for the year £4,461,262, showing an increase on the quarter, as compared with the corresponding period of last year, of £16,070, and on the year of £246.736. The Customs receipts show a deficiency on the quarter of £9,081. On " all other articles" there is a decrease of £18,223, but ias sugar and molasses there is an increase of £12,475, The re ceipts on other items are nearly the same. The Customs receipts for the year, however, show an increase over 1875 of £53,544, the principal items being :--Spirits, £10,000; wine £5,697 ; sugar, £30,554; hops, £4,393; dried fruits, &e., £9,034; snd ad valorenz £16,665. On "all other articles" there was a decrease of £29,530, and on warfage rates...

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CLOSED ROADS. HAMILTON SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877

S CLOSED ROADS. pi lie IAMILTON SPECTATOR. So far, but few applications to be allowed o to close roads or erect swing gates upon them n have been sent in, and the 399th section of T the Act provides that all roads for which per- do miss-ontokeep themclosedhasnot beengiven ut must be thrown open by the 1st inst. One c shire council has taken one iew of the mat ti ter, another quite an opposite one. The 399th clause is a "white elephant,"and they st do notknowwhatto do with it. ThelDundas Shire Council has decided that those roads on which they have effected improvements th must be thrown open, unimproved ones to th be closed with swing-gates where not re quired for public purposes. On the other hand.the Mortiake Shire Council has drawn g up a schedule of all roads in the shire not required for traffic, and also of all roads not so required, and forwarded the report to the Minister of Lands for approval. Our Ararat correspondent, in his letter, points out CO several difficulties that ...

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FRIGHTFUL DISASTERS IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877

FRIGHTFUL DiSASiTERS LN L\DIA. Three large islands of 150 square miles, with a population of 240,000, with a large extent of coast at the mouth of the Chegna, in India, were completely submerged by a storm wave. The people were in their beds, but many escaped by ascending trees. It is believed that not one-third of the population have survived. A hundred and twenty thousand persons perished in a cyclone in Eastern Bengal.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877

GENERAL NEWS. By an inundation at Adrianople 1000 houses were washed away. Reports from the wine-growing districts show the vintage to be far below the average. Sir Julius Vogel was interviewed by a San Francisco reporter, and said that if colonial Governments had negotiated for the Ameri can" subsidy it would probably have been secured. He thought that the colonies had not been well treated by the American Government. Extravagant promises of a subsidy were made at the outset, but never fulfilled. If the Australian trade was worth having, America should assist. If the present contractors broke down, he did not think that the colonies would take any further action. The floor of Moore's Opera House, Sacra mento, fell into some livery stables below. Seven hundred people were precipitated. Seven were killed, and a hundred wounded. The ship Manchester has been lost off Akyab, and all hands except the captain sad steward were drol ned. Twenty-one battalions of infantry, seven *eg vitts of...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877

(IEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. Gle?oNo, December 8. Messrs. Richard eleish and iCe., report- Fat Cattle-A full supply, quality mixed, ranging to prime. Some really good offered, and, for thete, competition was brisk and prices satisfactory. We sold, outside 25 head fair quality bullocks at market rates. Fat Sheep-For best sorts there was a fair demand at prices slightly in advance of last week. Medium and inferior do dull, at a reduction. Our sales were-fair to good wethers ? to 9e 10d; do ewes, 3s Sd to lOs 3d. and a draft of inferior ewes at fair value. Fat Lambs-The number far above trade re quirements, consequently prices again in favor of buyers, and but for the help of graders a good portion would have been turned out unsold. Our sales were-S6 medium to good from 3s 5d to be 4d. Store Cattle-We sold, at the yards, 13 head steers, 36s to Sis; heifers, 45. to 55s. A verylimited inquiry for either' cattle or sLeep.. Messrs. Backland sad Brn el8 re nMt- Fat Cattle-A very supply (218)...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877

ARR IV A L OPF THE - . CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, January 5. The City of Sydney arrived at this port early this morning. The presidential election is not yet decided, owing to the contest over South Carolina, Florida, and Louisiana. General Ha'es, the Republican candidate, cannot be elected by more than 185 votes, which is only one majority in the electoral college. Should he lose any of those three States, Mr. Tilden would be elected. The election may be thrown in the House of Representatives, which being demo cratic, would elect Tilden. The excite ment in the United States is intense, and there are fears of bloodshed. Congress met on the 4th December, and Mbr. Randall, a democrat, was elected Speaker in the place of Mr. Kerr, de ceased. The action of the returning boards of the three contested States is looked for by all with great anxiety. There is at present no possibility of surmising as to the solution of the problem. A stagnation of bus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877

Special Advertisements. EsTauLIsusI 1853. CORNELL AND KING, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DISPENSING CHEMISTS. Impo~tero of OQsalt avr a_ Chemioaa. PATENT MEDICINES and Proprietary Articles, Perfumery, Sponges, Brhsh. wire, Oil Silk, Gutta Percha Tissues, India. rubber Sheeting for hydropathie purpose, Trusse and other Surgical Ap ,lis, Conub' Acetic Acid, Moller's Cod aver Oil, Ozroie Ether, Carbolic and other Disinfect ante, Dh Barry's Revelanta for invalids and infanto, Nestle's and Neaves' Farinaceous Fd?ds, Bluestone, Arsenic, Strychaine, &c. OUUSE AND CATTLE M IEICIT IS. Storekeepers and the trade supplied on Liberal terms. Country orders promptly executed. Sole agents for Clarke's Sarsaparilla. A Liberal Discount to Merchants, Hotel. keepers, and Others. Agents .for Sandiman's pure uncolored tcas, unequalled for -flavor and quality, 2. •4d., 2s. Sd., and 3s..per lb. A liberal dis. count on taking a quantity. Agent for Pottie's Scottish Highland Oils. Bees-wax and Honey purc...

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