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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1877. IF Sir JaIMEs M31CcT.LOCH and JMr. .TosEs pass through Camperdown either on their way toor from Warrnambool.they may expect tobewaited upon by gentlemen interested in the formation and construe tion of a new road from Camperdi.wn to Cape Otway. The old road is so cir-' enitous, rough, hilly, and, in some places. hogry, as to have led to an exploring party having been sent out a short thme ago in search of a new route, anti the gentlemen of whom that party was coli posed have since returned, and report the discovery of a most admirable one. Mr. Jons WALLS, one of our oldest and most respected settlers, gave a full ac count of the discovery in this journal on Friday last. to which the attention of Sir J.AiES M'CULLOCH and Mr. JosEs is dir,('ted. and we need say no more here, in reference to the route, than that it passes all the way through unalienated land, and that the Government, would, therefor,e, be greatly benefited by having it opened up. Some portion of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
Literature. THE "44Can aboil Ellp ide," With which "The HAM1PDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THE OFFICE, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. SUBSCRIfnOsN Per quarter .. .. .. .. 61. 6d. , posted .. . .. 76d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears ADYVKT1rslG- Ordinary Advertisements, per inch .. 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 on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS- C Melbourne .. . Messrs. Gordon aud Gotch Ballart .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geel?r . .. Mr. Henry Franks Colc ....
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 April 1877
MARKETS? BALLAR AT LIVE STOCK MA RKIT:TE BALLARAT, AT ril IT Messrs. Fisken andl CGbson rep:rf :- F:.t oattle-tS9 yarded, and included lO, t1. res. the balance medium to good quality, the be.- 'n being 1dr. Thomnso's. There was a fair :ttev , e, a:ln sales opened with keen competitron a' i1t late rates, butas the market progressed, pricws -- re way, and medium cattle declined about Its .:. .. n last quotations. We sold--S6 hea: for Dr. 'ir ,. Tan. i r, ,,. hullb -k . at I.1l 1:- I 4: ", "'. i . cf- ' .at from . L: 1+; t ,? - . ,>t i ,i.iers to L12 10. Fit ee-t eoiliing at high -iure. IV +,'l1 .?i , ir. c;. .Williamson, at 20s. Fat Sheel*t-.:- I :,rd:,t, aI fair proportion being g.od to prime qu d ty. 'there was an average attend ance of buyer-, the market opening at about late rates, but as sale- proTresed,, prices hardened, closing sales being fully i? pier hea over last week. Quota tions :-Prime heavya-weight crossbred wethers, 16s ,s to 23s i, ; do litrhterdo, 14s 6d to lis; m...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE,April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
SOUTH1 AUSTRALIA. .AinL.iAu. A1pril 21. The Government have made aun ctl'tr to purchase the Kavlina and \\'alliro laI. way. A dinner was given to his Exncleucv the Govern,,r at tl.e Adeiaide Club last licht. In replying to the toast of his health, oir Wdlliam Cait In snai he hal been e un eiie,! to take a year's rest ot account of blit-h?ath. Ii his health imploved by the end of that rtne, he wv unil gkilly assauni the reins of Gxvtrument here again, shtunid an optpor. tunity be otiered. 'ilte racehorse LaWly Wild his been struck by lightning and killed. Tne yaclht ace for Caoniudlore Bun ley's Cap was won by ?r. Rumsel's Vivid. 1Tiur. ing the race, Captain Bicker's yacht \Wittena was sunk tl.rough a collisi..n with a ketch. All oi board were savel. Breadstuffs are firm, without alteration. ADELUMD?, April 20 The Government are busy preparing the estimates for Parliament. The All-England Elevenleft by the Banga. lore last night. The team, before their de. parture, presented Mr. John...
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
FLOUR, i-;P: IN AND) PROVISION 31Ai:KET. .11EIBOI7IL, S-turda,, .pril il Breadst3f1 have not b-tt active; * uc'i lea hlquir has b.en experiencer , aind transacti:n, hane ihen equally unmnll rta2nt. Fl.tu'r m:aittins late prices o, LIi ls, and L14 15, anl hdld rs refuse t,. quote less, but We hare 2no -e i trefer to 1' learn that orders, for the fic-t t.2n f, r a::? year-, are mllll friard fr'om rydney f,,r 1mati shinlint- there. Thib, however, need -earcey erei te and'y urpre, sce:tl: that for ,mnl"' time 221 t tie price her: hAs beeall much less th:l it .A?i ide. W\ u refer tile ci, aii: stailces no re ,: as ,:at ,f it' : veily: thn fr a value which twai ' e LtrcIhi to the idtf'rtil 2t,. W\heat is li}e'\ite ith ut any t sin.i notie ; we qure to s 1ri. The ret - r rted tel!egran ill thie [Lo ? rn t' L.e ,ct f a'';lt ,a i er qu rter w it h in th e w ,e :k h a: b , t a ter - 2 , ri : b e b ye :ri rd e but the itemtIue h. ntr-e t,. ver- Die con enlt as yet. eats a ;'e ,.*?" i ff ot2:ie...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
NEW SOUTIH WALES. S'fID'Y, \pri "23. Early this morning a tire broke iut in II... , 's grocery establishment, Gcrge strfet. The preBiiser ain si,,ck wvre destroyed. Hlariie and Mitciutli's pre. mises, and Lee's toy shop aldjinmig, were also much daman.'ted. TheI ii surance altogethter covers £8,000. All the build inis were insured for '1,500. The Minister of Londs was serin iv in jured during a trip to Orange, while :steping iit of thl railway caIrriae. The roads to the Palmer di.:--iuj' are drying up, and things are looki'n. riett.r.
THE GEELONG ELECTION. MR. SHAW AT THE TOWN HALL. GEELONG, April 24, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
THE GEELOASG ELECTIO . M1R. SHAW AT THE TOWNS ALL. (Freo OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). (By ELEcTIRIC TELEGRAPII.) GEELOSO, April 24, 12.30 n.m. Mr. Thomas Shaw, Junr., addressed aliiu 600 electors in the Town Ha!l to-night. " ;r Charles Andrews, who occupied the chat, stated that the present time was a :io,: critical one for the welfare if tie c -1?. and therefore he totally :.j eted i, tos:i walling. (Cheers.) Mr. Shaw spike for an h or, :uln stated that though he was a freetrader, he :would not disturb existilg indlusries : he w.,uIld sweep away al ulnnecessary hin,-ra ices to trade. lie was againt pal:YTeut of mn in hers. and penldii is, a:1 I in fel r e m::h s,,;i suffrage, aid assisted innuigration. He Ina, also against the bursting lip tax, and i as against any interference with the Education Act. Mr. Gibson. of tee firm of Cameron aind Gibson, moved, and Mr. VWarren UlHst:igs Brown seconde!, "' that MIr Shaw was a lit and proiper person to represent the col etituency." 7 he motion ...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PHESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST IN'TELLIGENCE. M31LBOU.NE, April 23. The weather is cold and wintry. It rained heavily yesternight. The Cerberus is now fully manned, and is being fitted up with more etlicient steering apparatus. She will shortly cruise about the bay, in order to make the crew fully acquainted with the work. ing of the vessel, so as to be ready for action, should occasion arise. Sir James 31'Culloch leaves for Warr nambool overland by the first train to morrow, to address his constitut.nts. Parliament will be dissolved on Wed vesday. The Minister of Lands has agreed to the application made by the Grand North Western Canal Company to temporarily reserve six and a-half chains on either side of the surveyor's pegs along the pro posed route. Midwinter, the cricketer, left for Eng. land by the Durham. The barque Ceres has arrived from New York, after a prolongied passagie of 100 days. Supplies of wheat and lour are arriving from the country very freely, in r...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
\ULIA1 N1AIL TABLk 187t Fnotx EtoI.Ano. Leaves London Leaves London Arrive Fia Southampton1 Via Brind'si. at lMlbounle. January . 11 Januar . 19 March . 6 February . S February 16 Atril 3 March . S March . 16 Mar . . 9 April.• 5 April 13 Mayr. `1 31 t 3 $ar . . 11 .Jun?e. . fl [May 31 June S .tui . . n4 June , . 2S July . 6 Aunlst . ' 21 July . 26 Auiust 3 September. IS August . 3 Au:u t 31 October. . 16 September .2 S" eptember .s Nvienlbr . 13 October IS October. ' s December . 11 November 15 Novemner :I2 January,1S7S 6 December .13 December 21 February . 5 Faos VICTORIA. Leaves \rrivre Lo[nlo Arrives at London Melbourne. Via llrind:si. Via Southampton January, . 25 March . 12 March .. February ". 2 April . . 9 April . . 16 March . 22 May . 7 May . . 14 April.. 17 June . . June . . May . . 15 July . 2 July June . . 12 July . . 70 Auzust . 6 Jul . . 10 Auust . 7 September :. August . 7 Se tember 24 October . 1 September. 4 October . , October 7. . October . 4 Novrember 19 November ...
MELBOURNE WOOL. TALLOW. AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
MELBOURNE \VWOL. TALLOW. A ND HIDE 3MA IIiET. MuELBO NrF. April IS. 3e.srs. I. Gohl;.brouh Iand o. report: Wool- In consequrce of the li?t:-d qua:tity offer inf. ales are now held very irrecularlty, and we have no tr:usay tions to report thi week. A ia:r demand at late rates for all dcscripti :s, an. a, ?.rel sent forward meet with rer.ly sa!e. Stl«e:skins- No perceptible chanue in prices, and we cic :red out a full supply. Quotatio:--Ebutc?hrs' !t . fromt Is 61 tC 3, id each; dry ekins, ;-d t id ter lb Hides tOur sales were well atten ri1 duri::; the pse' wree'. Prices have L ot altered, Lt.t thre :-a fair dctand. Ox-hide=, from Il1 to _Ts 0sTah; co? hde. 14s to 2`, each; Victorian salted. 3d to 41t per ib ; .N?s Z-?.tnd scatted, 31d to 5,1 er lb. Ia:ar.s z Ski s-}}e cleared I out the full catalp:.e sa ts?utn yt rdy,. at t rice, ranging from 5d to l!'d or lb, ae, to quality. Only superior skin:s ct rn:.1:d attention. but all descriptions are saleable at qu.otati,n. 1T"i'low--All ef...
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
MONETARY AND COMM3IERCIAL. The discount market is dull The Bank of England reserve has improved. Stocks are partially rccovering. Con. sols,.951. Colonial securities are weaker. The advance in the price of wheat is maintained. Copper is dull; Wallaroo, £76,10s, Burra, £75 10s. Tin, £6'$ 5s. Tallow is active; Australian has ad. vanced is Gd.
ARRIVAL OF THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) WELLINGTON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
ARRIV IAL OF THE SAX FRAVCISCO MAIL. -AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED rRESS TELEGR.AMS.) \\ FLLINGTO., April 20. i ce. the auther of the Mountain Žlehadnw .uIiesace, h been exeuted lIe nimaie a • esitin impicimuing Bi-hvnu Yonmz., a.,1 Sl:e only di, as hie was ,rlere,l, for which is iremicd ,cie-i: I~i , ards. The con. .ej- I* s h as lud a great sensation at .i\ A.-'ste , aul bl:nker ha\ offere l a Rus"ian loan oi twe ity ive mill o , roun l-:a at eight i er cent.. bu insisted rt a disarm m 'ent ,f i no further loan for tine years. t'ih etti'er was declined. ual -Iox is still raging ,n lotdon. i'.i i excitement has been ehisel at Jaimaica over the pr. seeu, ion of the press i,.r sedition; subscriptions are being col letce for theirdefence The trade depres.ii on in Germany has as -u:ued seious proportions. Later ri-,ts have ccured, and famine is feared in Silesi: ihe ::ewspaptrs couple their loyal gre,:tinu"s oith the wish that the ymperor may see a p~ t-edy recovery of the nation from a finan...
RESIGNATION OF THE GOVERNOR OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. ADELAIDE April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877
RESIGNATION OF'TIIS GO FERSOR OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (A?STRALIAt ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRIAMS. ADELAIDE April 20. Sir nWw. Cairns, with great re.rct, Las informed the Ministry that, owing to the broken state of his health, he has been coin pelled to tender to? the Earl of Carnarvn his resignation as Governor of South Aus tralia. Lord Carnarvon, in reply to a telegram which hii Excelleacy sent on the 16th inst., signified his aeceotaune of Sir Win. Cairns's resignation with much regret. Sir William has taken this momentous step with considerable reluctance, and only because he feels the apilarent hopelessness of recovering from tha illness he sutlers, the only remedy for which is perfect rest. His r-xcelleucy will leave. for England by the next Suez mail steamer. Preparations are being made for his departure, and a farewell dinner will be tendered to him.