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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
-4lNGLIsH NAIL TAELI 1877 FROM ENGoLND. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January . 19 March . February S February. 13, April . March . . March. 16 5 ar . M Ari! . ! 5 April . 1l Ma . Or )Is. 3 MSay . 11 June. . 1 Msay 31 June . S Julr . 24 June 2S July} . 6 August * 21 July " ." 26 Au 'unst 3 September. 1S Au.unt . 23 August 31 October. .l September . 2o September 2S November. 13 October . 1S October . 26 Pecember. I, November . 15 November 23 Jnuamr". ISS p December . 13 December 21 February . Feont VICTORIA. Leaves \rrivre Londoin \rrives at London Melbourne. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton I anuary, . 25 March . 12 March . . 19 February . 22 April .. 9 April . . . 1i March . . 22 May . . 7 May . . 14 April. 17 June . . 4 June . . . 11 Stay . . 15 July . . 2 July . . . June . . 12 July . . s0 August . . 6 Ju . ..10 August . £7 September . 3 August . September 24 October . 1 September . 4 October. 22 October . .29 October , ...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
(EELON)G LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, April 16. Mlessr,. t;eorge $ynnot andl Co. report : Fat Cattle-A short supply, and prices fully up to late quotations. We sold a few head of cows to L9. Fat Sheep-A medium supply of good and prime quality. There was a large attendance of the trade, and prices were firmer. Our sales were-287 ewes, from 6s 6d to los &1; 511 ewes (ro-ssbreds), 1is; merino do, Qs : culls, 3a 3d ; 54 ewes at Js : 30 do, at 6C. Total sales -912 heal. Fat Lambs-Are dull of sale, and but few wanted. We sold 72 head from 3s 6d to 6s td. Store Stock Sheep-We have sold in the yards 270 2 and 4 tooth ewes at 6s ; and 179 wethers at 6s. GEELO?N, April 16th. MHestrs. ). Guthrie and Co. report: Fat Cattle-Yards fairly supplied with beef of useful quality, but none were prime. Be.t bhillocks brought from LS 7o Gd to LII 2s 6d, and cows from L6 to L9 5s. We sold -bullock- from L7 l1s to L10 10s, antd cows to L7 12s Gd. Fat Sheep-Yards fully supplied with all sorts. Prime ...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
EAiRLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 17. The Pomare, from the Hervey and Society Grou1,s, reports that a cyclone had been rs.. ing for three days at the latter Islands, cans iug much damage to the crops. The Fomare was under bare poles the whole time. A new gold-bearing quartz vein has been discovered at Hill End, in an unsettled part of the country. A man named Jame s Ward has been (c m. mitted for trial for forging Australian Joint Stock Bank notes. The Australian llondin repeats his per. formance of crossing the Middle Harbir on a rope to-morrow, in the presence of his ex cellency the Governor and party. A porti- n of the bogie loc motive recently ordered from E.l n I was landed yesterday from the ship Veture. A steamer in a disabled condition is off Newcastle, supposed to be the Southern Cross, from New Caledonia. A tug'h has gone out to her assistauce. The Governor has purchase I one of David Munro's Victory windmills for use at his training stables. At the JMu...
THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
THE EASTERN QUESTION. LosDoo, April 17, An intense war feeling prevails at St. Petersburgh. The Czar has started for Kischeneff, the the capital of Bessarabia. The statement that Persia claims Bag. dad is denied. In a debate in the House of Lords, on the protocol, Lord Grenville criticised the conduct of the Government. Lord Derby vindicated thle ourse the Government had taken as heing the most favorable,under present circurnstances; He could not, however, say -anything with regard to-the future action of Eng. land.
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. STOCK EXCHANGE. LONDON, April 11 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
EUROPEAN (TELEGRAMS DII ECT. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. aI1UTER'S SPECIAL TELEGIRAMS TO THUE An TRALIAN AS:OCIATED PRF"S.I STOCK EXCHANGE. LINoDo, April IT The stock market is still unsettled, Consols, after touching 94; have re covered to 95. The extreme fall last week was Russian, 13; Hungarian, 10; Turkish 6; Egyptian, 7; Austrian, 7. Wallaroocopper, 76; Burra75; Tin, 68~. Wheat has further advanced. Aua. tralian, 63 to 65. Flour, 37 to 44. Arrivals-American, Timaru.
QUEENSLAND. COOK TOWN. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
QUEENSLAND. Cooe Tows, April 19 The steamer Bowen arrived vesterdav from Hong Kong, with 533 Chinese. Immediately on arrival, the vessel was boarded by the health officer, who found no sickaess on board. She had very heavy weather during the passage. 'T! captain of the Galley Lornereports that i~: has 1050 Chinese on board, be sides a crew of 44. He refuses to ?:o to Fitzroyv sland for quaalnt:ne, and -eties the authorities. Provisions on board have run short, and the captain says when the rice on board is consumed, he will take the passengers north of En deavor itiver. The steamer Killarney, with a large number of passengers, is expected in a few days. There will then be four ocean steamers, with two thousand three hun dred Chinese, and. full cargoes, quaran tined in the harbour.
COUNTY COURT, CAMPERDOWN. FRIDAY, 18TH MAY, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
COUNTY COURT, CAMPERDO YN. FRIDAY, ISTII MAY, 1877. Last day for issuing Ilint summonses in ejectment, 15th April; last day for Iilin, do., 17th April; last day for filing do., 7th May. List day for issuing plaint summcnse=, sco 56, 24th April; last day for servin-, do., 27th April; last day for filing do., within 5 days alter servic . Last day for. issuing ordiary p'aint sum .mouse, 29th April ; last day for erving do, i May; la day for 4 $& do.,-7th May.
KOLNOORAT STATE SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
KILSOORA T STATE SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. Srm,-Allow me through the columns of your paper to contradict a statement, which has been circulated to the effect, that, during the time I was teaheing at the Kilnoorat State School, I lived in a house in which there was a patient ill of scarlet fever. I wish it to be distinctly understood that such was not the case, and that I did not even enter the house where the scarlet fever was. By giving this space in your paper you will greatly oblige, Yours respectfully, FRANCIS RAE. Head teacher Cloven Hills and Kilnoorat State Schools.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
The annual muff match between sides chosen from the non-playing members of tae Local Cricket Club, took place on the ground on Wednesday last. Out of the :0 who had promised to take part in the ma?ch, some 10 only put in an appearance, con. sequently, some few "hatf-breds" had to be ta.ken on to make up a game, and then the match was only played with eight on each side. Messrs. Neylon and Bramlry cloosing aides. However a very enjoyable game was played, but it was to be hoped that before the season closes another effort should be made to get a genuine muffmatch. The scores are as follow : NEYLO!'s SIDE--First Innings. Gellie, c Branley, b Caueron .. 3 Jeffrey, b P. Sevlon .. 16 31. Neylon, b P. Neylon .. 1 Knott, b Re.. .... Warr, b Megson .. .. .. 3 Cole, b Neylon .. . .. 0 Peebles, not out .. .. 4 Tangye, run out .. .. . Sundries.. .. .. .. 2 Te 1 To:al " SID . Bawter's Sirn. Bramley, c Knott, b ellie .. .. 1 C uinron, c Knott, b Gellie .. . g Xesson, b Gellie 4 P. Nevlon, b Cole ...
CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 19. Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., and Messrs. Ower, Curdie, and Walls, J.P's. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
CAMPERDOWN PGLICE COURT. THUBSDAY, APRIL 19. Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., and Messrs. Ower, Curdie, and Malls, J.P's. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Benjamin Blake was brought in custody, iad charged with using obscene language within hearing of a public place. The pri. goner pleaded not guilty. This case was adjourned from last court day. The evidence of Constables Keyte and Sinnott went to show that on the morning after the races, their attention was drawn to a disturbance, which was being made in Blake's shop, in Manifold-street, by several persons, amongst which was the prisoner, who was very drunk, and who was continu. illy making use of the language complained of until after 4 o'clock in the morning, Two other charges, ono of using obscene language in a public thoroughfare on the 13th inst., and the other of being drunk and disorderly on the same day, were also pre ferred against the prisoner. The Bench found the prisoner guilty of all the charges, but as he had been in custody 8 days they d...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS, AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 19. The remains of Godfrey and Wardill, who met with the late accident, were in terred in the Echuca cemetery this morn ing. Over 100 men followed on foot. Herbert will be buried to-morrow. Mr. Gillies speaks at Echuca on the 27th inst; Mr. Jones at Koroit on the 26th; Mr. Kerferd at Beechworth on the 27th. An application was made :to-day on behalf of Mrs. Fisher for ari order calling on Dr. Fisher, the petitioner, to furnish her with a statement.of the times and places where she is charged with having conmmnitted adultery. The -pplication was refused by the Chief Justice. The steamer Victoria has made the fastest passage on record between Adelaide and WVillianstowmn, the time being 34 hoars 45 minutes. Mr. Edmund Harrison has retired from the contest f"r Barwon. Colonel Rede has been appointed sheriff of the Central Bailiwick. Nicholas Boswara aud William Hodges were brought up at the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
Keating's Cough Lozenges, OMfPOSED of the purest articles. These Lozenges contain no opium, nor any deleterious drug; therefore the most delicate can t. kc them with perfect confidence. Their be'.eficial effect is speedy anl cer tain. This old unfailing family remedy is daily recenm mended by the most eminent Physicians for the cure o COUGHS, ASTEMA, RONCEITIS, ACCUMLATION OF? PHELGM. COPY OF TESTIONSIAL. Mr. T. Keisio. Indian Medical Servnce. Dear Sir,-Ha'ving tried your Lozen:es in India, I have much pleasure in testifying to their beneficial effects in cases in Incipient Consutsnptiun, Asthma, and bronehial Affections. I have lrescribed them largely, with the Lest results W. B. G--, Apothecary, H.M.S. KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES are prepared by T0ox.ts KEA?Tso, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, and sold by all Chemists, in boxes, and tins. Keating's Bon Bois or Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both in appearance and taste, furnishing a must agreeable method of admninistering...
WARRANAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRANAMBOOL, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
WA R RNAM ROO. LIVE STOCK MARKET. A t.UZlNAS31 OOL, April 14. Messrs. Hlephurn. ennard and ugg report :-Consitiuents for to-dar were-1000 store cattle; 'O0 sheep; 40 pi, C; 10 horses. From the above quantity of stok f,4ldowin, our large market of last week, anti thie very unfavorableC. -e:ther with ?hich they had to, voiterd we could nrt expect to report prices other than farvrah! to thile purchaser. The average quality of the stock to hail was inferior. There was a rood atltezhrvcu of buver throughout the day, for the cattle, both at auctiuu :tro private sales, were very draggin. Fat Cttlerie- are rapidly improving in price, but in nediunm and in ferior quality, there is no alteratiolL Fat cheep are not making prices realised it past weeks. Store Sheep-From the fact of our having sold about 20,000 fat sheep within the last month, we are war ranted in anticiptting a good demand in thb c.lity, and shall be glad to receive advices of any cr -sbreds our constituents have for salc. Fat ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
THE liON. F. LONGMORE WILL DELIVER A LECTURE ON THE RESULTS OF PROTECTION IN VIC TORIA, In the Temperance Hall, Cam perdown, AT SEVEN O'CLOCK P.Nl., ON SATURDAY, THE 21St INST. To Brickmakers. rIENDERS are invited up to the 20th is as:tat, for inaking 40,000 bricks at the Bliad Creek, for particulars apply to PI.:TER M'ARTHUR. M'ningnnrt, A pril 5th. 1877. FOI SALE, 2,000 Ewes, Full-Mouthed. p HIE above Ewes are in good conditin, and will be sold in lots to suit pur chasers. A, ROSS, Manager. Struan, 12th April, 1877. Tenders. rIENI)ERS are invited up to the 30th I inst., by the undersigned, for making three dams at Laurenny, Caramut. For particulars apply to Henry Powling, on the station, or to Peter Ml'Arthur, Meningoort. P. M'ARTHUR. MISS A. WAR--i (LATE WITH BROWN AND co.) EGS to intimate to her customers in Camperdown and the district, that she is still carrying on her business as milliner and straw hat and b. nnet maker. at.a.resi. deice, Scott-street, Camltperdown. " Ordlers ...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELOsG, April 17. Messrs. Ecenrg Synnot and Co. report: Shtepskins- We had a lar'ge atten'damne tnoday, when we off'red about 5000 skins. Biddings were spirited, and prices ruling fully up to last week's quotations, we were enabled to clear all out but one line, at the following rates:- Best butchers' skins from tld to 36 ench ; mdium do lOdto lid ; lamhskins, from 14d to 30d ; station skins, from 5d to Td per lb. Hides- We oflered about 200 hides. Biddings were very dull, and pr'ces luoer than last week. Wet salted brought 3d to 3;I; cool corditkned do, to 53d; caliskirs, to 4b1. Tallow.-Prices have receded luring the past fortnight Biurin, the week we sold 143 pipes, in shippin.g order. Mutton, to L34 7s 6d ; beef. L31 t&lt; L32 : mixed, L23 to L31: etation sorts. L27 I0O to L« ; rendered fat, 31 to 3d ; rough fat, to 2;d. GEELONG, April 17. S.raurs. Richardl IMellsh and Co. report: Sheepskins-The usual local attendance, competition wts fair...
ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS' MAIL AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS COOKTOWN, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
ARI IVAL OF THE TUtRRES S ti'AIlTS' MAIL tUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRIAMS CouKTows, April 10. The Normainby arrived here at 7 o'clock last nihlit. She left Hong Kong on the 22nd. Dr. Arch, the hcal.h otfficer, visited the vessel in her arrival, bit found n1o si c',ness. He, however, ordered the yellow ftig Lt be loisted for sixtetn days, and tie qura itine agents refused to land the maids. Great iuiniguation is expressed on bo.rd. Tue passengers per steamler, for Brisbne 'irc-- lrs. ,Si ciair and servant, Mles rs. S iunwoodie and Sinclair, and tight in the .teiage ; also seventy-sevenl C(i.tiese. For SylLe- -'uol. Sir Wni. D. Jeruois and tw,. servants, Captain S. Suthergate, \.lea:rs. C if, Horvell, Cadell, Reverend V. Browil, F. Pratt, Archbishop Vittee, Mlesrs. P. H B. Warren, U. lMuir, Bernard E. Brm,,n, and six in the steerae ; also ti y tihe Chinese. For ,Melbourne--'Lr-e in the steerage. There are also 100 Chit:ese for Co.,ktown oi bea d. The Norinauoy re ports having le...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
New Advertisements. Sold by all Chemists and Storekeepers. "Hare no K R AM S' ,"S Worth their equal." Vegetable Life Pills sweight in gold - - Healing Ointment, Everybody Chlorodyne, and " They act gratefully d~e- Chlorodyne Cough like claresthisfacti Lozenges, magic." Prepared by a thoroughly qualified pharmaceutist expressly for the Australian clmate. For medlal and other testimonials see handbills. Wholesale Depot-72A Queen-street. Melbourne. Portraits. Portraits. B ESON AND STEVENSON will RE OPEN in Camperdown on Tuesday Morning, April 24th, for one week only, after which they will visit Tarang for ' short period. MELBOURNE PRICES. Best Cartes-de-Visito, 7s. 6d. per Doz. NorTE-Copies can be had of all portraits taken on our last visit. SHIRE OF HAMIPDEN. Tenders. SESIEDERS will be received by the Hamp. den Shire C,uncil at or before 12 o'clock, noon, on Wednesday, May 2nd, 1877. for the following worka, viz. Contract No. 302.-For township improve ments, Cobden. Contract No. 303....
DR. HEARN AT FITZRORY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
DR. HEA?I AT FITZ'RO,. A meeting of electors of Fitzroy who had signed the requisition tr Dr. Hearn, request. ing him to come forward as a candidate for the constituency. washeld onTuesday evening at the Brunswick Hotel, Brunswick-street for the purpose of presenting the requisition to Dr H earn. There were about 200 persons present, the room being well tilled. Mr. Thomas Rowe occiupied the chair, Mi-. C. R. Blackett; in presenting the re quisition, to which 994 names had been attached, remarked that it afforded him great pleasure to do so. Dr. Hearn said that he had seldom ex perienced so great a gratification, and he felt deeply the honour of receiving such a requisi tion as that now before him, which contained as he was informed, within half a dozen of a 1,000 names. (Hear, hear.) Hewasalsoin formed that many assurances of support had been received from other persons, who, for various reasons, were unable to attach their names to the requisition. The requisition contained a numbe...