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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

NhLEW ZEALAND. ?rLLI.NT TOS, April 8. At the' Omaru races, in the Turf Club Handicap, a distance of two miles, Temple ton beat Guy Fawkes by a length anld a half, the time being 3 min. 18 see, Fhbh. hooki the winner of the Dunedin Cup, kas disqualified froin ever sunning at )inarui and probably at any meeting in New Zes land, in gonsequence of his beingdelib-rat?? pulled, thereby losing the Flying Handicap. WELLINGTON, April, 6. At the Supreme Court, Christchurch, to. day, Pooley and Bramhall, charged with maliciously injuring property, were ac. quited. The Premier, in a letter to the Agent General, calls attention to an error in Mr. Westgarth's New Zealand statistics. The re. venueof 1875 is given at £2,813,928, whereas the actual receipts were £2,841,953. At a meetinglast night of the Christchurch Philosophical Instittste, the president, Dr, lanast, gave an account of the discovery of a remarkable ancient rock painting ii the Weka Pass Ranges, representing animals of foreign count...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

TASMANIA. L uscsros, April 7. The Simonsen Opera Company are playing to overflowing houses, hundreds being turned away nightly at the cloUr. The company are a great succees. I ta.Al ror, nl, il6, It is nimcurlcd tl:nal iniltrcs will Le met by a want of confidence niotion in?mediately after the openi?g of Parliainent. James Fincham, late an t?p,loyce of thb main line of railwvay company, has been ap. pointed Government engineer at a salary of £750 per annum. Thre were thirty-one candidates.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

EARLIER INTELLI;GE CE. NE\W SOUTH WALES. SY?NEY, April 7. A shunter at the Newcastle Rlailway Station, named May, was killed to-day, while uncoupling some waggons on the Greta coal line. The body was horribly mutilated, the head being niarly severed. A number of goldfinches and linnets from New Zealand have been liberated in the vicinity of tRandwick, for acclimatia-tion purposes. A boat contaniing Mr. Twemlow, a den tist. and his assistant, named Ellis, while crossing the Middle Harbor on Thursday evening, was capsized by a sudden roller. Ellis was drowned, but Twemlow clung for two hours to the boat, which drifted ashore. The Paxton claim has cut a vein of gold at Hill End, supposed to be nearly eight inches thick, and valued at four or live ounces to the ton. SYDNEY, April S. Charles T. Sandon, bookseller, kas filed his schedule, with liabilities amounting to £16,000. Mr. Piddington has been returned for Hawkesbury, SYDNEY, April 6 A handsome commemoration medal is to be struck f...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April. 9i. The combination with the banks has broken through, and the Union Bank intend reducing their rates. The patients on board the British En terprise are tapidly becominig conva lescent.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 7. The rainfall to the end of M\arch is over seven inches, which is tha heaviest fall ever known here. Mr. Blaekmore's steeplechaser Lansdown died on the passage of the Aldinga from Melbourne. ADELAIDE, April S. Messrs. Morgan, Crozier, Baker, English, Hughes, and Glyde still lead for the Council election, but the scrutiny is not yet finished. Wheat is very ifim at 6(is 4d. Sales of town flour have been made up to £16 10s in small bags. ADELAIDE, April 6. The election scrunity is proceeding slowly. The Governor held a reception to ladies to-day. A tarmer named Johnson stabbed his wife in a fit of drunkenuess, and the woman is in a dangerous condition. The Agricultural Society and Chamber of Manufactures have arranged to give Mr. DaOvcnort, the Philadelphia comnmisioner, a reception on his arrival here. The following twenty-two have been selected to play against the English eleven: -J. .ooden, 1i. Gooden, Whitridge, Phil lips, Barnes, Gibbs, Goodfello...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

QUEENSLAND. BIsu.siNE, April 7. The arrangements have been completed for tho offioial reception of Sir William Kennedy, on Tuesday next. The new Governor will land with greater ceidt and ceremonial than on any previous occasion of a.similar nature. ynuipie will be represented at the Sydney exhibition by a splendid collection of mineral specimens, valued at £1000. BRISBANE, April 6. The operations of the Savings Bank show a decrease for March of £11,t000. The Custom: revenuefor Brisbane for the quarter amounts to £75,000,, beIng an in. crease of £10,000, on the correspondig quarter of last year.

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SHIPPING. LONDON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

SHIPPING. LoNDos, April 7. Arrivals-Sepia, City of Corinth, Me rope, Glen Osmond, William Duthie, Berean, Girvan (!)

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THE MARKETS. LONDON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

THE MIARKETS. LosnDos, April 7. Money is easier. Wool is inactive. The wheat Imarket is strong, and the stock reduced. - Australian, 58s; New Zealand, 55s to 56s. Copper has re covered ; W'allaroo, £78; Burra, £77. Tin, £70. Tallow is weak ; Atustralian mutton, 39s to 41s ; beef; 38s to 39s. New Zealand hemp is depressed, and prices are nominal at 20s tii 23s.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 9 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

2NEWk SOUTH 1WALES. SYDNEY, April 9 There is a great influx of visitors in the city to-day, for the opening of the exhi bition to-morrow.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (ASTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (ASTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTEILLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 9. In the Supreme Court to-day; an appli cation was made for a rule aisi to restrain the Steam Navigation Board fronm en f,.rcing the suspension of the certificate of John Dykes, second engineer on the Ci eriot. The Board had charged hiin with causing damage to the boiler by not ascertaining the height of the water while the steam was being raised on the 2nd of Mlarch. The ground of the application is that the accused was not served with a proper statement of the case. The Court r: a.rved judgment. Au application was male to-day by Mr. \Williams for leave to appeal to the Privy Council in the case of Langton versus 1 Syine. The Court granted the rule nisi to appeal. Liddy, the publisher of the theatrical bill, Lorgnette, was fined £5 to-day, and 1 two guineas costs, for having an un registered press and types in his posses 5 siun,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

Business Notices. AT CARRON TIMBER YARDS MELBOURNE. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 0 C BUILDING MATERIALS At Lowest Rates. J. WEIGHT AND Co. SPECIAL NOTICE. WILLIAMI CAARPENTER NVITFS the Squatters tndt inhabitants of the 1 Wt.: tern District to instect his sulprior stock (the Iargect -tuck in the district) of VEIIICLES OF EVERY VARIETY. Four- n-thandd Pa?. Single and Double Buggies, 'Tuta \ter Seats, Slide Stats, andl .litup St~uts Wag gt .roette-. E.'preys Wa,:otts, \c., &c., if the very best :dality on o-ale at LowtsT PRICEs. Also, S11, tcgics, single or dolule, equal th the best SECOND-HAND VEHICLES Of Every Description. Pustarso, TinatMatio, AND REPAIRING.' b The .hbarges at this Est:-llishmnent, takirh into conll- t s:deratkn tie quality ci the wotrkmnalnsh, rl e the mn?tt re: ounable in tie Colony for all kintds of nok. CARRIAGE MANUFACTUlRY. SMALOP STREET, GEELONG. No more Smoke or Smell No Brcakage of Chimneys ' RO W! T T'S ANU C NIC L.i.e the Most Pure Brilliant White Light,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

Special Advertisements. BARKLY HOUSE, I- ; A. PAT 4 N., r. IA-.MIIY I?D\APER, - lOOtl llA\ LEI, STREET ' DraSs?aik in g executed in first claýs style. STsiiciir at lowest prices, lit Snguaranteed. , IE \ ' .:1. li? (' IOTIllN(o I , CARPETS, BMATTINGS, & FLOORCLOTHS. GEELONG. 1 W. TA.IT, A C C O U NT A NT, SCOTT STREET, C. MI'ElRDO) 0W\N. BRISCOE AND CO., WHOLESALE IRONMONGERS, 11 ColIlins-strect, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOtIURNE. NOUW .1SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GR AT\ T I E D UCTI'ION Previous t, rh-buildint. F IIREElOIAD PflOPERTIES. f .1. T I- . s \ hfas for PItlVATE 1V . SALE freehihi properties in the parishes of Colongulae. Elinganmite, Jan conrt, Timboon. .lnd Mortlake. Ilanifold-street, ftamperdownil. GEOliGE (IISON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to \W. f:. Hill ), Station medicilre chests and sundries Halforid' , snake-hite syrines Air and water bells, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes fiwarded by ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

Advertisements. WANTED. W ANTED.-Laborers and Quarrymen, for draining works, for P. Manifold, Esq., Purrumbete. Apply on works near station: J)IIN COLLIER, Contractor. Camperdown, April 5th. To Brickmakers. i T ENDERS are invited up to the 20th 1( Sinstant, for making 40,000 bricks at I the Blind Creek, for particulars apply to n PETER M'ARTHUR. r Meningoort, April 5th, 1877. TENDERS. ENDERS will be received by the under - signed until Saturday, 14th April, for the erectien of stables, &c.,at Maridayallock, near Terang, for Daniel Mackinnon, Esq. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans and specifications to be seen at Messrs. T. and W. Down's store, Camper- h down. ALEX. HAMILTON. Colac, 5th April, 1877. To Contractors. TENTERS are invited up to Saturday, I14th instant, for large BLUESTONE ADDITIONS to the residence of Peter M'Arthur, Esq., Meningoort, near Camper down. The lowest or any tender not neces- o: sarily accepted. Plans and specifications to o1 be...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

DEATH. CRAWFORD.-On Easter Sunday, at Sale, Frances, wife of E. J. P. Crawford, late of Adelaide, South Australia.              

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CLASSIFICATION AND LEASING OF ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

CLArS'lIPCATION AND LBASING OP ROADS. The following circular has been ad dressed by the Shire Council of St. Arnaud to the different Shire Coincils throtighoiit the colohy, and is now published in ex tenso for general information :- [cutcvior.] Shire Office, St. Arnaud. March 23, 1877. The PRESDESTr, Shire of Sir,-I have the honor of calling your at tention to a suggestion of this Coeucil, that the unured roads of the colony be made pro dtctite, by leasing them to proprietors of adjoining lands; and that the rent accruing form part of the ordinary fund of the niuni cipality in ,hich such roatl? may be situited, or be paid into the, conaolidated revenue, as may be considered most desirable. It seems, however, only reasonable that revenue aris ing from such a source should be devoted to improving the roads in the district whence it is derived. It is proposed to divide the roads into three classes, as follows : Class 1. Roads not at present used by any one. Class 2. Roads in partial or...

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CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN V. TERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

:RIC K'E. CAMPEII)U\'WN V. 'TERlANG. The sectind elevens of the above clubs met for the third tlne this sca?,ln at the latter place on :atutlday last, ala: itter a very enjoyable game tie itmatc rc-ultcdl u a victory tor the C'Lautlerloiuians b 12 rulns, the game being decided by the ii-t Miings. Tlhe small scours maiitie on botci m+lles was mainly owing to the bumnpy v tae of the grollund. ?.icsrs. Ciolburn anltl Hu\li captained the reapctsllee teamto, wuile Mr. \\. 31'Donald luielated as umpire ter the local meln. Subjlued arc the scores : 'TEltANt; lCIOUN I LLEV:N. First tiniiins. ltIwies-n, c Allen, h Taylor 7 WaVlker, run out.. E. cl uum, c knott, b Fussell .. 11 if. t'. Quinm, c l'v.oualda, b 'us.ell . Tavlor, F usCiell . T. Iang, e Funell, b Taylor 0 W\ Lang, b 'Lalhlr .. Mlalhs, U Fucli ... M'hxiuntli, b tu,.eil Kemp, no: nut .. .. butldrie .. ... . I Total . 1 Second Innings E. Quinn, run out .. .. . 4 'ay lor, e mln b Fusoell .. It. F. cui nn, no t ut T. Iangu, b F'ussel ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

Literature. THE With ?bich "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT TIHE OFFICI, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. SUBSCRIPTIOsN Per quarter .... .. .. 6s. 6d. posted . . .... 7s. 6d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a t quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears ADVERTISlso Ordinary Advertisements, per inch .. 3s Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in serted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they - will be continued until countermanded, and charged. All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must be in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-day en Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS- C Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .... Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac . .. Mr. W. J...

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FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

MIAI KETS. MELIt URNE, Saturday, April 7. Itreadstulfs continue to evince considerable fint ness, flour ptrticipatrin. with 0 heat ill the feelinl. Of the fonner sales have been made at L13 I5s and L13 17s tl, and holders are decidedly- tiffer in their views. Wheat is wanteld, and any Innrcss offered for Pale are readily purchased at our quotation of 6s :.l. ,In one instance a line of Sute h'as was placed at this Iflure, and in another a parcel of 500 was taken up. .\ tee;raln from New Zealand .tatesthat the Prosperity ?.u, to, briny a taall car~o of of wheat for -Melbourne. Advices by mail relort that the Anthon s was loadin a cargo of rain ofr .Melbournr. probably oats. In tour own nmarket sales of oats are making to a moderate ttteet. A parcel o.f good feeding-.af) lag.--was qultted at t'l to 4, 7. Millinig are watted; tllp to :l" ?l is Lked M.aize is nmoving off . 1 .S ?Cand .s d. hl:t .nl - to Imeet actual wa.lnt. GEELNS;, Satulrda, April, 7. The produce trade dIrini the IaLot ...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURSE, April 4. Mr. John G(eo, bougharty reports:- Fn Caitle-1,376 penned. An average attendance o, buyers, at an advance of from 5s to I?s per head o: late rates, which was kept up till towards the clos., wnien they r?tceded slightly in price, closing about la;: week' rates ; best beef making fron 27s Cd to tOs pe 100 lbs. 3hI sales were-)94 bullocks and 47 tows, bu' locks to LI 17is ld, cows to L9 10s ; 20 Lt.:!i.,ks an. cows, to L12 15s ; 20 bullocks and co?s, at ;,o,,tations. Fat Calves-T7 offered for sale, many of nice Iualit -, and sold well. The inferior lots little in d.(!mant. Good vealtrs realisedt 30s to Ss. Fat b?heep 10,75? offered for sale today. Good s:llita mcrins, wethe s in strong demtand, and the ft'; torward realised very 4 l.h cares. Towarlds the l,-t It the market nun; :!ots left unsold. I s'ld-l'174crssbred wethers fro ni )Mount BaLtery, tops at las. and a few culls at quot, ion.s, 47t uierill nethers, from Tatonga, 224 wethers,...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 April 1877

The Chronicle. ¶ TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1877. ATTEMPTS of a feeble kind are being made to revive the spiritualist craze again in Melbourne. The great travel- ling oracle of the now-exploded faith is "on hand'" once more, and the opera   house has been engaged for the purpose of giving MR. PEEBLES the opportunity   of venu?atii g ti:s Anmerican "'wotions" in the shape of Sunda evenlling lectures. We are heartily glad to hear, on the vert' it inthority, that this fresh cx perani?,t on public credulity has proved a complcete breakdown. Although the admni-. inn is f:ee to lthe Jourke street louglluýer,, i:e audiences are not numerous, and itnr artiC the very reverse of enthusi astic. i I laet, su (complete was the failure of the first lecture on the old story of the table-tapping spirits, that Yankee " beer of the Ages" had to be rake himself, in order to get up a little popular excitement, to the resource of crying up the religiont of the pagan Hindoos, auddecryin...

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