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SIR CHARLES GAVAN DUFFY AT SALE. SALE, Monday, April 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
SIR CHARLES GAI VA-X DUFFY AT SAL . SALE, Monday, April 9. According td promise, Sir C. G. Duffy again addressed the electors at Sale this evening, having completed his cauvass of the lower part of the district. He goes to Wal haila next week, and thence to Melbourne, returning to Sale before the polling-day. The i meeting was held in the Mechanics' Insti tute. Mr. Platt, chairman of Sir C. G. Duffy's committee, presided. The Chairman, in introducing Sir C. G. Duffy, said he hall been reques:edl by Sir Garani to state that he was not running in company with any other candidate A rumour had get abroad that this was the c: s ,lbut tir C. G. Duffy wished it to be I made known that there was no foundation for the report. (This statement by the chair- t rman \as received with cheers.) Sir C. G. Duffy commenced by referring to the marvellous resources and enchanting s :enery of the portion of Nrth Gipljs Land he had visited. From Flynn's Creek to the settle ments beyond the Mitchell, it w...
VILLIERS AND HEYTESBURY. PROPOSED POLLING PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
'ILLIERS AND IIEYl'TESBURY. PROPOSED POLL ING PLACES. A list of the proposed polling places for the Electoral District of Villiers and Hey tesbury in the different Electoral Divisions CAR.aMYT .ELECTORAL DIVISION :-l, Cara muut; 2, Glen Thompson; 3, Hexham West; 4, Han kesdale. HEYTESBURY EAST ELECTORAL DIYISION : 1, Cobden; 2, Pomborneit ; 3, Half-time school, Nelson's Selection, Scott's Creek. HEYTESBURY `\EST ELECTORAL DIVISION : 1, Nirranda ; 2, Cudgee School ; 3, Ecklin School. KOROIT ELECTORAL DIVISION :--, Koroit. MINHAMITE ELECTORAL I'IVISION :-, WOOls thorpe; 2, Oxford; 3, Ballangeich ; 4, Woodfurd East; 5, 31inhamite Shire Hall. PENSI?RST ELECTORAL DIVISION :--l, Pens hurst; 2, Dunkeld. MIORTL dE ELECTORAL DIVISION :-1, Mort lake ; 2, Wourndoo. TERANG ELECrORAL DIVISION :--, Teran; 2, Garvoc. WYCLIFFE ELECTORAL DIVISION :--, Wy cliffe ; 2, Junction .f Haiulton anl W'v. clide roads, where coach changes horses.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
j QUEENSLAND. BOISBANE, April. 10. To-day was proclaimed a general holiday in honour of the official lauding of Sir W\m. Kennedy, the new (Governor. The weather was. beautifully fine. The revenue for the quarter shows an increase of £30,000 as compared with the receipts for the corresponding quarter of last year. In consequence of the delay in the assihmp. tion of office by Sir Win. Kennedy, it is probable that Parliament will not meet for the despatch of business until Sth of 3ay.
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
W 'ARNAM BOOL LIVE S!TOCK MIARKET. \LARR' .IGoot, April 7. &lt; g"Mirs Ilrpthimria. LEIouinrd tuud Rugg l,,ius o :repe.rt -Our sale ta-day wa ne oofth_ largest and . I st? successful we have eiec held at. Warmambool. S , 00 head of eattle Leing diiop.ed of pri ,'ely or by Saictioni; Theb reedingand dnditioi of ;, stnres to hand Ciere unusually gIii . Thexanaia .tle being ; especialwly noticeable for their superior r.ed, good 9-rc1?r, and equality of size, sales were uma vith such amnuation and spirit that the vars bl ne.d'iftifely: , , . ,rcdfeadrel ,iid 'ithough the 'pirices realise. werelsot .. 'much in advance of odir previous, q?iottionas yet .,,1fro· g;theprgsentrlarge demand wrnm infertha after a satisfactory fall f , rain, prices o o "t. *ill show a great imlrtivemrent The dema--d d sheep is hardly equal to preceding weeks; prices co-:. sequently have receded. Ou?al private as?ufrom 10th March, is shown to be 4. Fat lPip -Picer are hardly equal to last quo? os. Horwii...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
NEW ZEALAND. VELL.NG TON, April 11. The Duke of SutherlIaud, from Sydney to London has put in at Port Chalmers, having encountered a territfic gale on the 26th of Mtarch. A heavy sea broke over the poop, -iri~-ilfig away the binacle, skylight, poop ., igrl,, and everythin moveable. The :te~i #ithdows were beat~ in, and the cabin and main-deck were fill d up to the rail. .The -wheel was washed a1vay,.' arrying two men with it, one of wh~om was drowned. Capt. Loutit was washed overboard, but miraculously saved by hiý coat catching in the main brace. The ship was strained tre mendously. ADEL UDE, April 10. ^ The;omiltf.El4ctions re virtually over, there being only the Flinders ballot-box to conic in. The following are the first six lesbrd. iS?lorgan, Crozie , Baker English, Pearce and Ilughes. TlI'.lheikcultnral statisti s wil'prob ably be published on Thurclay. 'Liingley has been selected as a captain of the Adelaide team in the ýeturn match with the All-England Eleven. ' The ship I?e...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, April 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, April 10th. Messrs. George Synnot and Co. report : Sheepskiis.-There was a large attendance -of bfiJers at our sales to-day, when we offered about 5,000 akins. We cleared all out in advance on last week's rates. Lest skins brought 24d to 3td each ; one lot of extra large reaching 4.lid; medium- ditto, 15d to 20d each ; lambskins, from 16d to 29d each; station skins, from 5d to 7d per pound. llides.-We had a large supply, about 400, but there was a re luctance on the part of buyers to operate, and we had to submit to a decline upon last week's rates. Wet salted brnoght 3fi to 3d ; good-conditioned ditto to 41d ; calfskins, lid to 45d Tallow.-We submitted only station lots to-day, which realised good prices. Tallow .ini b. k brought from L2S 10s to L33 per tou; rendered fat, to :id; nroh fat, 21d le )b. C.ttd-,w e wih submit a large parcel uuring the uwee. t;E:LL\S;, April 10. hlrcars. Rchard lellhish and Co. report: Shcepskius--A full atteudanc...
TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
TASMAN IA. L.NC?c STON, Al.ril 1. The Governmient have intimated to'the municipalitiei tileir intention -of introducing a bill into Parliament prnvidiag for the cen tralisation.of the police force. A lad named Spotswood wai blown out of Castley's ironliaan?ery sture by an explosion of guupowder. He was fearfully injured, and there is little hope of his rectLvry.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 11. The Government are calling upon- the officers in the IRailway department of over twenty years' service to resign accarding 'to the regulations. The committee of the Children's Hospital have purchased two acres of land in North Adelaide for their buildings. Mr. Armes Beaumont has been presented with a gold locket by the Adelaide Musical Union for his services rendered at their Mr. Ciaxton, a lawyer, has lodged a pro test against the legality of the elections, on the groand that the voting papers contained other marks than thbt iliitials of the return. ing officer, namely, the returning officer's stamp, which custon? has always been oh. servedi. Owing to a delay in the post Mr. \Wilson's nominatious for the Handicaps and Adelaide Cup wetre received to., late. Sales of National Bank shares are reported at £8 each. Wheat is firm at Gs. id.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 11. There were 15,000 persons present at the Exhibition yesterday, and 8000 to-day. Considerable dissatisfaction is expressed at the incomplete state of some of the depart - t ments, and the absence of live s:ock, 1 which considerably militates against atten dance. The American and Canadian courts' although not yet finished attract special at- " tention. The latter court will not be comn pleted till Saturday, but a large quantity of goods has been sold, and orders given to re' place them. Mr. Commissioner Young ha been most active in arranging the Canadian' court, which isa most formidable competitor 4 to her neighbour-United States. During a thunderstorm at Port Macquarie this morning, the lightning passed through the police barracks, setting tire to the bed clothing of Mrs. Kerrigan, who escaped with out injury. Mr. James Osburne, of Illawarta, formerly m a member of the Assembly, cmm;ttt d suicide at the Union Club to-day, by b...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
SIGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 Fx ENGoLA1D,. Leaves London ,iaves London ,, Arrfies.?i, Fin Souhampton 'ia BriJsi. at 3! eb1urh January I January ) 319 iarcd ".: 6 February . S February,. 16 April. . 3 March S March . 16 May . . 1 April. 5 April . . 13 May . Mf Slay 3 May ..11 June. . 26 MtRay 31 June . S July . . 24 June . 2S July . .6 Auuwst . 21 July . 26 August 3 September. 1S August . . 23 August 31 October. . 16 September . 20 September 2S November. 13 October .. IS October . 26 December. 11 November . 15 November 23 January,178 8S December . 13 December 21 February . 5 FROM VicTORIA. Leaves - Arrive; London Arrives at London Melbturre. Via Brindisi. Via Southanipton! January, . 25 March . 12 March . . 19 February . 22 April . . 9 April . . 16 March . .22 May . .7 May . . . 14 April . . 17 June . 4 June . . . 11 ay .. 15 July . . 2 July . . . 9 June . . . 12 July . 0O August . . 6 July . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August . . 7 September 24 October .. 1 September . 4 October . 22 ...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 12 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 12 The Brisbane was realeased from quar antine by a proclamation in the Gazette to-day. But the proclamation was after wards withdrawn, as one of the officers was indisposed. The Brisbane Government is urged to immediately check Chinese imm igration to the Palmer gold-fields, as dry weather would throw hundreds out of employ ment. There are now 14,000 Chinese at the Pahner, while Europeans only num ber 1.500. SomJ spirits took fire in the hold of the Northam, in Sypney harbor, severely burning a seaman. It then sub sided.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
AUSTRALIAN. T1'ELEGRAMI S. (&STRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. IMELBOURNE, April 12. In the Supreme Court to-day, probate of the will of Mr. John Manifold, squatter, of Camperdown, was granted, the per alnalty being sworn at £102,402, and the realty at £160,664, total £353,066. An application iwas made under the new Publican's Act to-day at the Fitzroy police'court to cancel the license cfB. Maury of the Belvidere Hotel, on the grounds that he: had been fined twice within six months for Sunday trading. Objections were raised that the summons disclosed no offence, and that no procedure was provided for by the act in case of for feiture. These and other objections were over-ruled, but the case was dis missed on technical points. A series of robberies, extending over some period of time, has been discovered at the establishment of Mr. Edward Duckett, ironmonger, of Elizabeth-street. A man and womanu named Hodges, a lad named Abbott, and another man, wer...
OPENING OF THE SYDNEYE HIBITION. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED [?] SYDNEY, April [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
(AUSTRALIA.N ASSOCIATEID ITiF>e iF ' Yt , A\t, The Exl:i.,bition was openied .-iav ,Y: a by His Exctllenc; y the Gv rnI r, ntl: ceremony. The weather wais r:ihe. mnembers of the Government au:i c ,rteoo: htd principal citizens w?re rt,-e:t a'tendatne of the public was l]irtr .:i e t:ll leiug cranllme L- Oti . :. ; ,e stit-k beilg. deferred t, : i:!, t,: exhibits oi lm:achuitn r , ry t hI . them in their 11 se e t i, l' .:ti 1:: s.Iieted an untfinisdll d a:T-eara::'t t:'.:: The men are Still wtrkin t, ai ,i ['indiatlr t ts, ut F t : t .:e ?.:: main building are in ordtFr., " tinst interesting spcta;.\." ha'inrg a TtseparI ?e c',n::, t . . :', i . sent no conitributitns, but i:, of'the bhuildliti' Victolit: i. were rtpresaented. 'irre.s :4 ? /iles, principally fron ,1.-uo . l 11,,, from Melbourne, ,lih. . tage, p1pl';g,ý., frgn), },1ý:?t, . iunplements, are well reers.,: the section including th' la:ter. : tins were very g,,,l, t ": spoiled by a want if plca. . .tueenslanl. l,,urt ...
WARRNAMBOOL. WARRNAMBOOL, April [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
WIAARRxA MJBOOL. ----e----... (FROM OUR OWN (I:l(iF llg WAI'ltiNASIIulI,L April I hear that a good hIullnter of t ham selectors, who have labty i ?:l] that once attractive spot, are ini away down at N\irraliia, ma'i l : agricultural areas alt i 5 2 Watrrnamiorl, near tl .,t considered uninviting hP.i. . despised by se]?etorcl? ,,, ch?] ti., cure inmore immediateli Irt l ,,,, .?,rp and the idea was etai, S i, I u 1., soil could he tuid t, :t vi, after the foruidabe. 1a1 ,a ,t : But now a change has c, me in .i t, of the egger's dream , ?ii A ilt v ias teen a gentle luh t, th ll,, know of some land in that oiglk. especially in the parish of Nirrafda np one would have iaccepted at a git it was cleared, now yield ? I'e iI and,,valued by comipetent judes at1 £20 per acre. Our new steamer the " ], l;,,," x its virgin visit to Lady Bay tlit? wrvek trial trip last week in tltin,.bo i;a: .decidedly satisfactory. Thie steamir all the latest improvements in a:celr,,n:d mach:nery &c., i...
A NEW ROAD FROM CAMPERDOWN TO CAPE OTWAY WANTED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
A \ L R OAD PROM (A .IAPERDu WYV TO CAPE OTWAFY WANTED. TO THE EDITOR oF THE CIIRONICLE. SmI,-A matter of consideralle interest to the public having occurred during the past week, I have thought it right to acquaint you with it, and if you deemitof suiLcient impl ort ance to he made public, Vo1 may smake what use Vyou please of it. The road from L'ampordcawn to ('are Otway is of a very circuit 'i nature, de scribing a line siminar ti the k.t icr V, which besides that portion oi the track alng the Latrobe ranges, is very rrigh, hill., and in nmany .p'ices boggy, eteC i; the sui:ncr season. 3Iy sions have for a lonn titne thought of the advanta e it would be t, them to get a direct line, instead of g ,ing: rountlt I,' Princetown. To effect this, they consulted with Charles Rf)waid, Esq , t)oc lurLmLnt Engineer, who was lately at Ca.'e ()twa executing soume G;?verntent work in th it neighborhood. Mr. Rowand otffred the services of his overseer, Mr. Jt uItton, a gentleman of long experi...
CAMPERDOWN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
CA MPER OWN M rCP' - 9lr h TITtI J 1u arterly o the committee of the I ch ~cs.Institute was held ih the reading room of the In stitute on Wednesday evening last the 11th inst. The following members were present i--Messrs. T. Picken (in the chair), W. Brown, W. Scott, C. Megson, W. Down, and B. Etrey. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. - As the term, viz., 3 months which the Secretary and Librarian had been ap pointed at the last meeting had expired,. his re-appointment was then considered. .Most of those present were only in favor of Mr. Thal'kitz7r'" ap-nintment for an other three month.. Mr. Scott thought that- as the units hau ieen carried out satisfactorily l!v i-r.Thalwitzcr, he should be appointed for the remainder of the year, after some discussion, this was agreed to on the inotion of MIr. Brown, seconded by Mr. Errey. The resolutiouti empowering the President to suspend, if necessary, was further confirmed for the remainder of the termn of appointment....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877
TO THE ELECTORS OF Villiers and Ileytesbury. GI ENTLEMEN,-I have the honor to in form you, that it is my intention to otfer myself for re election at the General Election. I shall visit various parts of the district,prior to the day of election, and explain my views on matters of political interest., In the meantime I may. say that I consider that property should contribute its fainr shave of support to the expenses of Government. I have the'hoiior to remain, Yours sincerely, Y. Or. . WILLIAM BAYLES. Yar Orrong, . Toorak, .6th April, 1877. , TOLET.. aOTTAGE with garden. and and well. . Apply at the office of this paper. Advertisemeuts. LOST. £1 REWARD. LOST on Friday evening the 6th inst. between Mrs. Cole's Woodlands, and Cramperdown, a POCKET BOOK contain ing Iromn 12 to 15 notes. The aboN e reward will be paid to anyone returning the sanme to the othce of this paper, or to )aniel Pen ton, Capnlerdown. BIROIW AND G('ILLESI'IE. [CII:CULAR:.] C?ANl'EIDOWN. April 6th, 1876. To lr. Be...