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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SAN FRANCISCO, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMIS.) SAN FRaiscsco, March 3. George Collins Levey, secretary to the Victorian Conmmission at*the Centennial Exposition, has, with his newly-married wife, been in this city for some time awaiting the departure of the City of Sydney. He will after all return honme alone, as his wife has su ldenly been suin inoned to Washington, D.C., her mother having been seized with a sudden and serious illness that speedily ended in death. Speaking of the result of the Electoral Commission, Samuel J. Tilden, Hlayes's opponent, dismissed the matter sum- I marily. He said :-- " Well, we are beaten. Unjustly, I think, but none the less certainly. At any rate, there is nothing for us but to submit." Ilmna de Murska cnunmmences an opera season in San Francisco in conjunctiuon with Madame Seuz Fabri, on the 5th inst. M3r. John Hill leads the orchestra. A previous series of concerts by De Muiska had been a failure. Mr. Bracy and Miss Cla...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

Literature. ---- 'l'llE~ THE "f . ºenr lto1nidec," With which "The HI3APDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND Y YIDA, "' IN TIME FOR TIHE EARLY MAILS, AT TiHE OFFICE, il MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. ti -- se SUBSCRIPTION- it Per quarter .. .. .. .. . d. posted .. .. .. . ;s d. d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a uarter, on a notice to that cffect in writing, and on te payment of all arrears ADVeaTISINO- Ordinary Advertisements, per inch .. 3s Per inch, per quarter . 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in serted for a knthlcnud period. AdvertisemcntSn must specify upin the face of them the number of time- they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until countennar.ded, and cb:rhred. All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must te in avritina, andl shi:uld be sent in not later than mid-ldl in IM..i:tys all. 1 r Thursdays. Al;1ENTS- --) Melbourne Meh'rs. Gorian aud tt'h Ballarat Mr W. noh Geelo...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. MONDAY, APRIL 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

G;EELiiNi; LIVE n'IJUCK MARKET. 31n0 s.v. APRIL 9THI. esirs., Rlucklauul anld EuIrnett report: Fat Cattle -S5 e ol, yarded prices quality and weight cvnsidered were exceciainlx hih. W\e sold 41 fair qualit. light neigl.t bullocks, at from Li 2s 7d to L12 i7s G. aver-ging hearly L: an: d 21 head at full market rates. Total, t'- Fat sheen--A moderate supply, co5nsiting prircipally of got d -heep. Prices fully up to late rates. We sold 2'S good quality, medium height, cr-ss-bred wether.., at front 14s 61 to 16s, averaging 154l d m 14 fair quality merino wethers at s ed, and 624 cull ewes and sethers at from 3s and 4s, 2I prime quality ewes and w'ethers at fromt 1ts to 18s 61. Total 1iN2. Fat Ciltes- S:ls at about late prices. We so.,ld at up to 47s for best Fat Lambs A few good latl;bs metet with ready sale; medium and inferior quality dull. We sold-21 prine quality, at from 40s to I?s 1d : 61 medium quality, and IS, at market rates. Store Stck-The rains that have fallen during the Ias...

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MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

MARlKETJ. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK M ARKET. BALL.RAT, April 10. Messrs. Fisken aund flbson report : Fat Cattle-40S yarded, 70 of sjhich might be classed as steers, the balance ranged from mediutii ti, lrimne. 1 here was a large attendance, ald the market ,i,ened without animation, at a decline on late .ItOe., hut as, sales progressed biddirgs became brisk. ..et cattte selling at an advance on last week's I?tes. :i towards the close medium descrrl.tlon imnprvl ;I price. Averages-lHon. Niel Black. 0 buit ,:k-. a 7 cows. 1.: Mr. .t. Oddie. :0 hlnttks. Li M ',: -Jr. :. Wiillams, 7_1 tull .k-. I.n t'-: dir II l ad, 20 I till. ks, 1,:. Is, ::o. \t ..,; _ lib lick- for M31r. J. lixs.ind, ;artue. att fr,.Q Li. tl to LS 2s Gl; 25 hea,, for Mr. J. I0 lI . !,gii-ton, bullocks, at fro~m 1.I3 17s Cd I, LS -. ,ows-, at from £S 10s to L6; 19 head. for M.r. Ii. Napthine, at from LS 17s Gd to L6; 11 ew-, for Mr. S. Chard,. to L10 15s. Fat Calves-41 petuied. We sold a f.r Messrs. Stewart and Chard, to ;0s...

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MORTLAKE PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

MO.0RTL AKL PR'E.B YTEIR Y. "The Preybytery of Mlortlake met on Tues day, the 3ad of April. Present-R-evs, S. Fraser, moderator; "1. Corrie, F. R.- 3I. Wilson, A. iRobb, H. C. Ellerman, and J. 1lykes. A letter from MIr. Simson, of Allausiord .was read, enclosing' the resi1nations of the old trustees of the Allailsfor?'ongregation. These resignations were accepted, and were ordered to be fornarded't d the Government, al:ing wi.h the iis:s of the new trustees ap pointed at the last meeting. A letter irom thtr tev. L. King, Wesleyan minister, at \\.arrnambo, l, in reiereucS to the .ropused services in the church at Pan Itlre, was read, and the clerk was instructed to let Mr. Kingk know that the Presbvterv are talking steps to supply the want of tlie Heytesbury district. The clerk was f,:rther iasii.tted t?,w-rite to certain residenits at' P[ort C3ti ell, Mepnnga, Panmure. Cudgee, Nerantlfd l'terborougl,, Scott's Creek, and Princeto'w, letting them known that the riesbyterj x will raise...

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EAST RIDING SCHOOL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

1I T RIDING SCHOOL BOARD. I# 'A SAt?ce~eting of the members of the above .?h4bo rd was held in the Shire Hall "ye's ay, afternoon, when the following me era put in an appearance. Messrs. Go?die (in the chair), Walls and the corres pondent, Mr. E. B 'Stanworth. After the minutes of the last meeting read on December 14th, 1876 had been read and confirmed, the correspondent submitted the following correspondence, which had been received by him. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Education Department, Decem ber 22 and 28, intimating that a music board for the Camperdown school, a desk for North Purrumbete school, and other supplies for various schools, would be for warded as, soon as possible. The corres -pondent-stated that since the receipt of the letters, the articles had been forwarded by, the Department. From the Secretary of the Hampden Shire Council, giving the council's permission for. the use of the Shire Hall for holding the Board's meeting in, contingent upon the consent of the Masonic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

Business Notices. SI l AC L -NO1TICE. S`13.` CAR XEYFER .r - f.,e -. : 3 . k inhaH - :a, , i tie at . T": ,,D - ! j : t . !. u4- C ri^-" . _"ck t And -. -. . a ;. the ', " : ?IRI{A E MA'- tiIt Y. : :,: n, - r. -+ hi - . ,f , I i' k'L M 'AU, PS.v LST i P '-iii,'C - ,' ý: ' ,'L s . or i .L L . e s 'r . ; , , ' - - r -UC'' - ... I S.... ;.. . r . . " t-1 T .. _ _- T ? Z . ? . l :< b " . ' i : ;ii .i ' i-d :CI-IO WOLFE'S SCIENiAP- S :. T ii. ? : r ,,_ nired, I : ,. : t ' T .i: III- - I ,., t d . - . re I ,n. . T .':. : . : i " . Jl 'it, a; " , , . : . .. . . . ,, • i titit i ;' ;n: ~;, (?, t; ;"~ . S' , . ,- , u F' ". i ? · O ·:,-CA, :LE S?, ,, .1 ; : ia, mil "" ? .11 . m. LS. i." te :, +" . i,; :,,+ br u r= -F*~ i; tLIE Tht I dt'itr lt," ;r e to , · literaturr: a 3' ' _ý th it jw to tens o thr .:. ' I ebol . Fr; 4 f il The 1irt:'ah nu:.- Bri:, 6. r I· ;; 4 i. I'' Wellt cosidered k l k ti~O~i '(Ifle M~r~ l~l;~rr Iirl· i! ~i.l 3 Upon .f thel . -. 4i IA -lti-ando ' I --"rrh r'-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

ECIIAICS' - INSTITUTE, CAMPERDOWN. ONE S;GHT ONLY. TUIESDAY, APRIL 17th, 1877 GRAND -MUSICAL FESTIVAL THE CARANDINI OPERATIC.&8 BALLAD COMPANY, Including the following Distinguished: Artistes : MADAME CARANDINI (Soprano) MISS EMMIA MARIE CARANDINI (Her first appearance here) MDLLE. MARI.E ST. CLAIR (Contralto) :II. WALTER SHERWIN MISS NORUT (Planiste) Will give a New and Splendid Programme on that evening, at Popiular Charges for JAdnlission Doors open at half-past Seven; to com mence at Eight o'clock. Admission-Front Seats, .s ; back, es: Children half-price. LAWN-HlOUSE, LADIES' COLLEGE, WILLIAM-STREET, SOUTH YA.RRA, PRINCIPAL, Mrs. Alexan Ier ; Resident Governess, Mrs. Earle; Matriculation. Mr. Miliie; German, Mr. Ott', Mullcr; French, Mous. Charlin; Music, Mr. Guenett; Dancing, MIr. Delplanque ; Drawing and Paninting. Mr. Fuller. I'roupectuses on ap. iplication. P'ayments from entrance. To Initeniidiiing Land Selectors 40,000 ACRES OPEN FOR SELECTIONI ON THE GOULBURN. Ap...

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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 April 1877

FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1877. IT appears to us as though there was a good deal of unnecessary speculation as to what Sir JAMES M'CULLOCH will have to say t'o~hiisl constituents on Tuesday week. He must, to be consistent with himself, bring forward a measure for placingthe finances of the country on a more satisfactory:rbasis, and that wilt involve the re-introduction of his land aind ' tironierty-tax schfeme, and import atý chiiges in the tariff., .VWhether his land and propertytax s-L&me will be .substantially What, it w'as-w,?hen -last in triduced; or whthli; i?i f not be sub j cted to sucli Uidrfifid titonss the fuller discussijn of "this question :ut-of-doors seems-to:requirve it` is hard to say, but we may be quite u''i'e of'this, that the alterationi of the tariffjin a fire-trade direction can no longer be postponed. For,dealing with-lbtlh these questions, the country is now fully ripe, and there cannot; wve lhikti, be the slhadow of a doubt as to its readiness to ietrust th...

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CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN V. COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN V. COLAC. These clubs met for the last time this sea son, on the local ground on Saturday, and notwithstanding that the local men have been previously twice defeated by this club during the season, they managed to turn the tables on them with a vengeance in the pre sent match, thus showing the difference a good wicket will make in a match, for it mustbe rememberedboth thedefeatsthelocal men sustained were on theColacgroundwhich is one of the worst and roughest grounds outof Meblourne. The visitors altogetherformedthe strongest team that the Colac have brought against any club this season. Play was commenced shortly before 12 o'clock by the Colac skipper sending the local men it, as only half of them had turned out. Henry and Dennis were the pioneers of Camperdowa, the bowling being entrusted to Armtield and Thomas, but they were not destined to snake any lengthened stand, as Dennis placed- the ball nicely into Armfield's hands when 15 runs had been scored, of whi...

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FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

FLOUR, GRAISN AND PROVISION MARKET. MELBOUtRNE, Saturday, April 14. Breadstuffs maintain firmness, and to-day higher rates still have been paid for wheat. There is, how e er, little offering for actual sale in the market, but the probability is that if there is any quantity left in the country distlicts, the price now ruling must draw it all out; meantime t ns te was obtained this muruing for a tu-all t aeI-l, and thonugh in one instance that price wa- refuse-, there s almost a certainty that no holder wihing to reali.ae would think of refusing a :rice in every way u s atisfactory. Flour is also im oprv.ng; sales have been made at £1, but we under stand that sellers yvs.erday at the price have refused to quote to-oay tinder 114 5s, and even then would ouly sel enmall larce.s ratle:than large lines. Before golo, furttlhr we s;anot help directing attention to tihe co:trast which exists at the present moment be t:xtt our own market and that of Adelaide. 1Here, with wheat quoted at is l...

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TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

TASMAS IA, Hon tnr Tows, April 13. Messrs. B.:lfe and \'. ouung have been noainated for West Hobart. LArscsTro., April ]1. An inquiry into the 1,ss of the City of Fou Chow, on Flinders slanld, was held to day, before the police m gistrate aund C.,p tain Samuel Tnlutch. The only witnesses exu:miued were the captain and .seond mate. The captain was exonerated from all blame, as the loss of the vessel wv;. attributed to a strong current not mentioned in the direc. t ries, and his certificate was accordingly re turned. Mr. Balfe has resigned his seat in the Assembly for South Lanlceston, as he is a candidate for West Hobart. An old woman of the Sairey Gamp type, nautnd Anna l)aggett, has been tined £1 and £2'2s costs, for calling Mdr. Morton, one of tlie can.?ldates for the electorate of Hipon and Hamnden, a rogue and a robber. In reference to the rumored opposition to Sir 'James M'Cunlloch at \Varrn,?mbool, set atloat by the }Warrnmmmbool Guardian, the Age says :-" An absurd statement ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 141 At a dinner given on board the General Pel to-day, the Governor being present, hopes were expressed in favor of the develop. me,:t of the Eastern trade. The new organ for the Town Hall arrived to day by the Kingston. Ths Cli.k'ting A-o iation have resolved to empower Lilywl:ite and Southerton to secure a coach in England for the Adela de cr icketers. His Excellency the Governor opened the Sta:e school at Gilwler yesterday, and mades a strong speech in favor of perfectly free education. Favourable news e ntinues t, be received from the new tush at Biggs's .Fat, Echuenga. J. Morcom has won tie gold ring tfferer in connection with the ride matches. Mr. Pierce's Prudence w.,n the Puppy Stakes at the Springtn CUur.ing .\latch. \Vheat Is very firm at 6t, 6d., with an up ward teudeucx. Sales of ,,un tre tiur are made at 1.15 dcliver ble in May. anid town itour is sold at £15 45. Tae mnatkct is very lfrm.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

QUEENSLAND. BRIsBANE, April 14. Parliament meet on Mlay 15 for the de. spatch of business. Sir Arthur Kennedy held his tirst lkre on Wednesday. The Galley of Lorne has arrived at C)ok town from Hong Kong with a number of Chinese on board. She reports all well, but has been ordered into quarantine for 16 dayA at Fitzroy Island. The case of small pox reported on board the Thales is chicken-pox. BRnIsANE, April. 13. A good number of nominationv have been received for the Brisbane handicaps, includ ing, 31elbourue, Wrangler, Robin Hood, Speculation, Victor, and Redwood. The Brisbane has Iben released from quar antine, and is now at her anehhr.mge iL the bay.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

AdGL1H1 NAIL TABZL 1877 FROS ENOLAND. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southampton Via Brindisl. at Melbourne. January . 11 January . 19 March . . 6 February . 3 February . If April . . 3 March . .8 March . . 12 May . . .1 April . 5 April . it May . 29 May . 3 iMay . 11 June. . . 6 May . 31 June . 8 July. {4 Jume . 8- July . 6 AuIust . . 21 July . . 26 AuIust . 3 September. IS Auust . . 23 August 31 October. . 16 September . 20 Setteml er ?S November . 13 October . . 18 October . '6 December . 11 November . 15 Novenber 23 Jnuuary.,17S S December . 13 December 21 February . 5

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FROM VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

FROM VICTORIA. Leaves Arrive= London Arrives at London Melbourre. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton January, 5 March . 12 March 1 February . April . .9 April . 16 March . T May . . 7 May . . 14 April . 17 June . . 4 June . . . 11 3lay . 1 July . . 2 July . . June . . 12 July . .0 August 6 Jul' . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August. . September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . -2 October . . `9 October . 4 Noverihbr 19 November . 26 November. 1 Decenler 17 December . 24 November . 29 January,. 14 January, 1877 21 December . 27 February 11 February . IS

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 14. L'Fstrauge, the Australian Blondin, ae. complished the feat tf walking across the Middle Harbour on the rope this afternoon. A nnmb',r of steamers had been chartered to cenvey spectators to witue s the performance, all uf which were crowded. Tle attendance, including those on the adjacent hills, mnet have been from 12,t00 to 15,000. Startibg about 3 o'clock, Blondin safely reached the middle of the rope, where he sat and kneeled down, reclined, and stood on one leg Hle then successfully reached the opposite shore. amidst the most enthusiastic cheering. A curious deposit of old coins, including English, Spanish, and Indian, dated from 1751 to 1S20, has been found buried at New castle. J. tlidencope, of Hobart Town, has been awarded first prize at the Exnibitiun for clothing manufactule I from Tusmanian wool. An enginter named Pulnan was garrotted and robbed while crossing l'yrmount-bridge ear!v this muoring. A.r nan Yeo, of Bat...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE. April 16. Not much interest was taken in the cricket match to-day. The weathez las dull. and the attendance small. The Ad. I ide men continued their innitg?, and were all out for 71, of which J.;E. Gooden scored 28; King, 9; Jarvis, 8; Rigaud, 5. None of the othars got more than 2 each, the majority being dtick eggs.

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. WAR REGARDED AS INEVITABLE. LONDON, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

THE EASTERN QUESTION. WAR REGARDED AS INEVITABLE. LoN?ON, APRIL 12. The Porte has intimated in a despatch to its representatives abroad that Turkey especially rejects Count Shouval.,ifs ad dition to the protocol, making the de mobilisation of the Russian army conting ent upon peace being established with Montenegro. The despatch also states that Turkey repels foreign interferences with the internal affairs of the empire, and only consents to send an envoy to St. Petersburg, and to disarm on condition that Russia also disarms. Tke Turkish Chamber has rejected the demands of Montenegro for a cession of territory. LoNDow, April 12. Turkey declines to accept the protocol of the powers. War is regarded as in. er~liqeL:B~Pdrb~~

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