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THE OUTWARD MAIL. GALLE, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

THE OUTWARD MAIL. GALLE, April 12. The R.M.S. Assam arrived at Galle from Austral.a oin the 11th inst.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY., April 16. Cattle judging commenced this morn ing at the Exhibition. There was a very good show of Durhams and Heie fords, but Devons were weak. Altogether the cattle class was numerically not equal to last year. E. B. Woodhouse secured the first prize for a Durham bull over three years, while for over two years P. L. Jenkins was first. For 60 Hereford bulls over three years George Loader was first, and for over two years, John Nowlan gained first prize. Cooper and Bailey's menagerie paraded the city to-day, and created great interest.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

AUSTiRALTIAN TELEGR'AMS. TUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRYEK TELEGRIAM LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELDnouRN, April 16. A Government sale by auction was held at the Custom house to-day of the goods seized twelve months ago from Stevenson and Sons' warehouse. Steven son and Sons 'forwarded a protest to the Commissioner of Customs against the sale, but no measures were taken to prevent the sale. The goods submitted consisted of flannels, gloves, and hosiery, which mostly went at low prices. An application for a motion to restrain the Steam Navigation Board from en. forcing the suspension of the certificate of John Dykes, engineer of the Cheviot, was granted by the Supreme Court to. day. At the half-yearly meeting of the Colo. nial Bank of Australasia to-day, a divi. dend of 8 per cent. was declared, Before the busineEs of the meeting was proceeded with, a resolution was adopted. expressing regret at the death of the Heon. E. Cohen, who had been connected with the bank for many years. The bakers of M...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. ENGLAND'S FURTHER SERVICES DECLINED BY TURKEY. LONDON, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DI RECT. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. ENGLAND'S FURTHER SERVICES DECLINED BY TURKEY. LONDON, April 15. Lord Derby is informed that Turkey fails to see what further steps England can take to avert war. Abdul Kerim Pacha has started for Schumila. Persia claims Bagdad.

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IMPORTANT NEWS FROM EUROPE. WAR IMMINENT. THE RUSSIAN ARMY ADVANCING. (REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS.) LONDON, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

IMPOR TAR T NE1WS FROM EUROPE. WAR IMMINENT. THE RUSSIAN ARMY ADVAN CING. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH) (REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO TO TE AUS TRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS.) LJNDON, April 14. The Porte has finally rejected the de mands of Montenegro. Hostilities have been recommenced between Turkey and Montenegro. The Russian army is advancing on Jassy. The reserves which have been out on furlough have been ordered to rejoin the Russian army. The reserves of the Roumanian army have been called out. A declaration of war by Russia is be lieved to be imminent. In the House of Commons Lord Derby, in referring to the circular issued by the Porte, regretted that it was unfavorable to peace. The Marquis of Hartington, in moving for additional papers on the Eastern question, asked how the Government re conciled the protocol with the integrity and independence of the Porte. Mr. Gaththornd Hardy refused to pro duce the papers asked for. England's last word, he affirmed, was in favor of peace, and sh...

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THE GERMAN CHANCELLORSHIP. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

THE GERMAN CHANCELLORSHIP. Losnos, Aplril 12. Prince Bismarck, the German Chancel lor, ha3 beetn gra?tedl leave of ab3ence until August next. During his alsence his duties will be discharged by a conm nmittee consisting of Herr von Camphau sen, viee-president of the Prussian Coun cil of inimsters, and Finance Minister of Prussia; Herr von Bulow, Secretary of State for Foreign Afitirs fur Prussia; i ul t-rr, vo.ia uffn:inn, Minister of State for Prussia, and President of the Chan cellery of the Empire.

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THE BUDGET. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

THE BUDGET. LosNDON, April 13. Sir Stafford Northcote's Budget shows a surplus for 1877 of £445,000. The estimated revenue is £79,000.000 and the expenditure £78,790,000 There is to be no increase or remission of taxation. RETIREMENT OF A REPUBLIC AN GOVERNOR. NEw YORK, April 13. Governor Hampton, of South Carolina, the Republican, has retired. TERRIBLE FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE. Nxw YORx, April 13. A disastrous fire has occurred at an hotel in St. Louis, by which 50 persons perished. DISMISSAL OF CAPTAIN STEVENS. LoNDoN, April 14. Captain Stevens, of H.M.S. Barra conta, has been dismissed from the ser vice by a court martial, for his inter ference in native affairs at Samoa. EMIGARTION TO NEW SCUTH WALES. LoNDON, April 14. The third emigrant ship sailed from New York to-day for Sydney, with 350 emigrant on board. AMERICAN MEAT. Losuos, April 14. The imports of American fresh meat into Euglaud during the month of March amounted to nearly 7,000,0001b. THE OAMARU LOAN. LoDO.N, April 14. T...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

MARRIED. TAYLOR--DAWSON-On the 12th inst., at Wuurong, Camperdown, by the Rev. F. R. M. Wilson, W. A. Taylor, Esq., to Isabella Park, only daughter of James Dawson, Esq., Wuurong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

Price Sixpence. F A31ILY HERALD .oTruLt PART The " Austr'aasian" says :-"This favorite do mestic magazine retainsall itsold interest and variety Price Sixpence. AMILY HER A L D io?rnLT PARTS The "Mount Mail' says:-" It contains a vast quantity of useful and entertaining reading matter consisting of tales, leading articles, poetry, recipts and scientific notices. The Answers to Correspond ents indicate that the "Herald" is largely consulted by readers who seek to have difficulties solved, and fsr"otten events revived by reliable answers from the E.itor. Every week's number contains a well-written and thoughful leading article upon some subject o interest." Price Sixpence. A 31 [ LY IHERALD Monthly Parts The " Daily Argus" says:-" This domestic m gazine is second to none with which we are acquain Price Sixpence. FA 31ILY HER A L D Monthly Part. The " Darling Gazette"says : "Among the Eng lish periodicals received in Australia there is one, we be.ieve, that receives a warmer welcome th...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER I—PREPARING THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

|or a %Womn's cSiai, I OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTERT I- PREPARING THE W\AY. My father had held one of the highest offices in the kingdom. but his overweetn- L ing pride and vanity had induced him at a 1 very early age to resign this poition and retire to private l re. He was probably convinced that the sove reign with whom he wa on such intimate terms, and who valued his services so highly, would ask nis pardon, and the fact that this was not done embittered him the mlore. After ostentatiously disposing of his elegant furniture, his paintings, and his hl.,rses, he let the capital with my inother, travelled through France and Italy, and in the spring took poussesion of a beautiful, romantic castle situated on one of his estates. M1 father took advantage of this in crease of fortune to obtain larger estates in the neighborhoj 1, and erect ilimeii' .,diti'es, especially one palace-like s.c ture, which my brother was one day to occupy, but which was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

I" I. 4t U U M N A U BARKLY HOUSE, A. PATON, FAMILY DRAPER, 100RAOII OOL STREET GEELONG. Deimkig executed in first. class style. iTgUozing at lowest prices, fit guaranteed. MENS' AD 01WS ('L@ITINI, CARPETS, MATTINGS, & FLOORCLOTIS. GEELONG. 4 I· a S M U s z ! lb r V ? R w V T. HANCOCK; Solicitor, Prcctcr, ard Ccveya?cerv b MbURRAY-STREET, COLAC. "Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. a MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. PETTIGREW intimates that he will visit Cobden every Tuesday be morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. u MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, a' CAMPERDOWN. ONE NIGHT ONLY. TUESDAY, APRIL 17th, 1877 e GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL THE CARANDINI m OPERATIC & BALLAD " COMPANY, ce Including the following Distinguished Artistes : MADAME CARANDLNI (S prano) MISS EMMA MARIE CARANDINI (Her first appearance here) MDLLE. MAlIt'. ST. CLAIR (Contralto) ] MR. WALTER SHERWIN th MISS NORUT (IFianiste) M Will give a New and Splendid Pr...

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MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, April 11. Messrs. IR. Goldsbroughi and Co. report t Wool.-We have held an auotion sale to-day, and sold 495 bales at about similar rates to those lately ruling. The lots offered consitted principally oi remnants of clips and small parcels of country-scoured in ordinary to average condition, no first-class wool being for ward. Greasy realised from 60 to 10td per lb., and soured from i3d to 17i per lb. Sheepskms.-Upera tions in dry skinslimited and prices continue low. fresh skins, however, meet with good inquiry. Our sales are :-butcher.' skins, Is to 3a 6d each ; dry skins, 3d to 61 per lb. Hides-learvy-weights, both fresh and ea't, cimnmald attention. Ox-hides realised from 1ti to 927 etch; caw-hides, 14s to is etch ; iVctor.an salted, 3d to 4d per lb. Kangaroo skins.--Pnce range from 5d to 10 per lb. Tallow.-We submitted a small catalogue, which was cleatel out as under; -Mutton, from L32 lts to L34 per ton ; Leef, from L31 to 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

SpeciE,1 Advertisements. 1. W. T.AIT, A C C 0 U T A N T, S(CO'TT STREET. C-' M PERDOW1 \. BRISCOE AND CO., 7HO LESALE IRONMONGERS. 11 Colins-street, East, [ron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North M1ELtOU IRNF. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at ;REAT I- 1 EIU CTION Previous to re-luilding. RE GB 1 ; IBSO4N, CHEMIST, ( Successor to W. L. Iill), 3upplie- ?ttati-n mrdicine chests and sundries il,,rd's suke-bite syringes .,r and w:ter beds. cushions, &e. Pure EuIlgish strvchniue. P': seriptiouus and recipes forwarded by return post. COLLINS-sTIREET EAST. M3ELBOUTSNE DR. PET'TIlREW, H?YSICIAN, SU1RGEON. AND PUBLIC VACCINATOR, CHURCH STREET, CAMPERDCWN. Home for Consultati- l-ulorr w,. from 9 to 10.30; Evening. .i, 4 S? ,, 'EIEiOLD PROPEhR ..', - - c .~s CUSSON hasi' IVATE I' ' l ei" l reehold pro- iu the Spar's4TS tonuzul:n, E # ite; Jain' court, Timboon. and Mortla ' Manifodd-treet, pmug?s,? ... New Advertisements. a To Publicans and Others TENDERS will be received by as to ...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

TUESDA Y, APRIL 17, 1877. IT is very hard to say what will be the result of the coming elections, and we shall, therefore, hazard no speculations with respect to it. Even where the greatest preparations have been made, things are in a state of con fusion, and where little or no prepara tion has been nmade, all is doubt and uncertainty. Taking the electorate of ilipon and Hampden as one of the latter class, what can be said about it on either. side with any approach to confidence? We have two candidates: in the field, Messrs. LONGMORE and MORTON.--th former a "stonewaller" ,of the most marked type, the latter an " anti stonewaller" - and vet neither has thought it worth his while so far to visit this part of the electorate, or to address the electors. Sonmething has, indeed, been said about the former having been ':o.rking like a mole in the neighborhood . an Liuton's, and.about the S!atte,,ý-; ;ng held me ings at Lear montith, : e or ti , other places. iLut uothiog. ou tar as we are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

Literature. THE "CuipmfpbA eOyo ttidty I," P With shich "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" Is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERT " TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THE OnFICE, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. ScascaTrrios Per quarter .. .. .. .. s. 6d. S posted .. .. .. 7s. 6d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, mnd on he payment of all arrears ADVERISING Ordinary Advertisements, per inch .. 3s Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15 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 ef advertisements, must be in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-day (n Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS Melbourne .. . Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch GeOlong .. .. Mr. enry Franks...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

MA RKET S, MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET IMELBOURNE, April 11. Mr. Jlhn (co. D.ugharty reports:- Fat Cattle-A large atterdance of ihe trade, and pIrices ad vanced los per head, but only the best quah li. which may be qu:tcd at 30s per 1(0 Its My a le. re-M bullrche, to L107std ; 73do, to I.S 1Cx; 35 . G, L10 17; ?d; 2 du znd cvws, to L7 10s. Fat ,1 .e.L-70 yarded. IDmand good, and prices adrit 'e." iuota tirns :-- s to 77s 6d. I sold--Su, hlr draf it. frmn t iurs and Gap. Fat St. el Il '.** :lr.e . One Ir :t it s . , gid q('li ,:r , t i rtis runue.i by the :;ra., . I dI orts i ?od . 1i- .: r.i. The conosequent a;5 u:s e in p'r t e'. wa. Itol. L Fr head. I old--1,197 wvtlhe s for bir Ioey, lieybroughu ; and a draft of •ethlors, ron Int r t,,wn, to Li Fat Lambs-I,700 elte ed. IlDemad nil, except for bet ; others had to 1 e but mitted to austion before tt, could he cle-red. Best to 10-; inferior, .. ' .;- Pices uerely ominal. I s '-,i ::gh the yards, 31 steers of good ? :.:trs ant g't L4...

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TERANG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1877. Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M. DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 April 1877

TERANG POLICE COURT. * I MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1877.   Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M. DEBT. W. F. M'Lean v. George Sullivan, debt I £17. No arptarance of defendant. The d plaintiff stated that since the summons had d been issued Sullivan had paid £7 on t, account. A decree was given for the balance di with 5s costs. c( OBSTRUTING THE DRIVING OF SHEEP OVER A PUBLIC ROAD. Patrick Moloney v. Charles Podger. Mr. Hancock appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Picken for the defence. This was an   action taken under the 16th section of the Police Offences Statute, for illegally ob- structing the driving of sleep over a public road. Plans of the locality were handed in to the bench. After Mr. Hancock had opened the case in a lengthy speech, he called the following evidence. Patrick Moloney, the complainant, de- posed:-Recollect the 20th March last. so On that day witness, with his son, was driving his sheep to the waterhole on the Glenormiston township reserve from hi...

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For a Woman's Sale, OF THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER III— A MYSTERY OF THE CASTLE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877

ORF, TUE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEWT SENSATION.AL STORY. I CHAPTEiR II- A MYSTERY OF THE CASTLE. (Continued.) r Yery early the next morning Eugenie s requested an interview with the latter. She was still very p:ale, her manner was t agitated and bewildered, and her voice c trembled. Eugenie came to ask per- f mission to leave: us. She wished to re turn to France. When my nmother looked at her in I alarm, took her hand, spoke to her af fectionately, and earnestly entreated her 1 to tell us what had happened, she shook t her head, then tears gushed from her eyes, she threw herself on her knees before her, thanked her with sobs for all the kindness she had shown her, and confessed that she could not make up her mind to go, and vet she mudt. M3v mother when she found herself un able to change the resolution of the nm happy girl, sent for me. Eugenic knelt before me also, clung to me, and uttered loud agonized sobs ; implored my forgive ness if what she was doing seemed like ingratit...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADLAtODE. April 17, It is reported that arrangements are being made for an Australian cricket team to visit India and England. The Burrs mines show a loss on the last half year's operations. Geodfellow and Seiby have been mat:hed to run for £50 a side to-morrow. Captain Osburne was nearly poisoned by accidentaily taking laudanum instead of rhu barb. Two men and a boat are missing from ( lenelg. They are supposed to have been blown out to sea. Twenty tlou;:end bushels of wheat sold to.day at apy: ic tequal t,L tCs. &L, at the port. C. nutry tl ur sa li at £15, and town brands are very firn. Rain is fa lilg generally throuhout tho ct4ay.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877

QMNEESSLAND. Bnsst'~., April 17. The master of the Galley of Lorne reports that the provisions on board will only last till Wednesday, and rice is not procurable at Cooktown. The captain of the Galley of Lorne refuses to more his vessel, in consequence of the scarcity of stores. He says he would rather land the ('hinese on board he has than see them starve. Mr. Douglass, the Premier, resigned to. day. The Attorney-General is understood to have expressed in Cabinet to-dlay that dMr. Douglass should have gone before his constituents when he accepted the Premier ship. A notitication in the Gazette releases the ? steamer Thales from proceeding to Fitzroy Island, through being disabled. The pas. sengers will be landed on the mainland to the north of the Endeavour River, where a lazaret will be formed.

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