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MR. LEVIEN AT BELMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

MIR. LEVIEN AT BELMONT. Mr. Levien addressed a meetinu at the Belmnt Barwon electorste this evening, fIr. Forsyth being in the chair. The candida e repeated previous speeches, and said that he had been requested to influence votes in favor of the Berry Government, but had refus'd. The meeting was very noisy; and an adverse vote of contidence was carried by we thirds of tbhoe present. Lillywinte bas Tlitten a letter to Whit ridge, pronounciru his bowling in the late match :rainst the East Melbourne Club as perfectly fair. Ten thousand btshels of wheat were sold to-day at 6d 10d at the Port. Flour is very firm ; country sold at £15 5s, and town brands at £16.

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COLAC. COLAC, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

COLAC. (FROM OUR OWN COIRP.ESPONDENT.) CoLAc, April 20. Politics have been very dull here, for some time past, but as the day for holding the elections has now been fixed, the dif ferent candidates are beginning to work in earnest. Iam goingtoo far whenI say every candidate is doing his best. Such is not the case at any rate in Polwarth and South Grenville. Mr. W. J. O'Hea, the stonewall and protection condidate, is to start in Colac next week, and then he will visit the different centres of population, and explain his pelitical views to the electors. iMuch has been aid concerning Mr. O'Hea, and his political opinions, by the liberal party in Colac, that such a man, or a better man, could not be found in the colony, to represent the electors in the forthcoming parliament. " 0 ye poor unfortunate's," don't let Mr. O'Hea lead you in the path of destruction, don't be bribed for anew hat, don't let men put it down your throat that pretection is before free trade: ii you do you must put ...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, April 20. The whole of the crew of the Duke of Sutherland, from Sydney, has been sent to the Dunedin ganl fr refusing to do duty, on the ground that the vessel was unsea worthy.

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For a Woman's Sake. OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER IV—DO NOT PUNISH ME THUS.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

Oli, TILE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. Ct'I'TERI IV--Do Sor PNIOtsi ME rUs.- Continued. i Our departure was to take plrat e it h- 1 il a few dfays. About a week h:li elapsed a since this scene, during which nmiy mother t was obliged to miake frequent visjs to thle city to arrauge varitutS mattets there. ?t?e relat.ols between Hern:um anu.: herself were coldi and frrml. No turetie lusiin had beIi tnci ie r. i the scne • . 1 rather knew w hy, and a l, n :a s I!. nither'. travelling pre:para.:it:i andu business arran:_iemenlts. Noething showed that he ifelt any re in' r-e for his conduct ; such a11 e:lc, till was utterly foreign to his chr::uvtir. l: even seemed to mlie that he ;was cni riv satisdel with this separttion,. slit' it rn Iheved hint from a criticismu 1 i!teil w:s aunuuyi, although he took lir i .,lt o Io it. hBut there was stmethiin el-c- t c ,'a:2 . which reiidered our life at the c .-t.c s.1 i less picasant, nay event gleto.. 110 there was rnothing_ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

BARKLY HOUSE, F A M I L Y I ) 1L . 1 1ei:', i GEEL1M;. - r i r 1BegSakii t t',nuted in first chs stvhie. SLTailoring at lowest prices, 1?t ! IENS' Adi i:(?5;' 6'I.(£l.nrI;, CARPETS, MA'ITTINGS, & FLOOGCRCLGIHS. Cf. FNCO. C , Solicitcr, rrcctcr, r&d Ccvevyacer UlcRRAY-'sli; ceT. c_'otl. :Attendance on Mondays. WCednesday,, and Fridays. MEDICAL MOTICE, D 1. PETTIGE\EW intimates that he will visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's. Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. FORI SALE, 2,00J Ewes, F?ull-Miouthed. tIRE above Ewes are in good condition, and will be sold in lots to suit pur chasers. A. ROSS, Manager. Struan, 12th April, 1877. Portraits. Pordnrits. B ENSON AND STEVENSON will RE 1 OPEN in Callpnirdown on Tuesday (to-day), April 21th, for one week only after which they will visit Terang for a short period. MELBOURII'E PRICES. oaBst C~art0es-de-Visit, 7s. ct. par Doz. NoTE-Copies can Ih had of all pmrntairs taken on our ...

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THE HON. F. LONGMORE AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL. LECTURE OF THE BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

THE 1HO10K . .LOGMO1E AT THE TEMPElRANCE HALL. LE(CIUlE ON 'lBE BENEFITS OF PROTECTION. Pursuant to announcement by advertise ment, Mr. Longmore appeared in the Tem perance Hall, Camperdown, on Saturday evening to lecture on the benefits of protec. tion to Victoria. It was generally under stood that this was the method chosen by Mr. Lcngmore for giving an account of his stewardship to the electors, and for apl:ealing to them for their support at the coming elec tion. Eut in this, it appears, the electors were under a misapprehension, as Mr. Longmore explained in the opening of his address. Mr. John Walls was in the chair, and introduced the lecturer in a few appropriate words. Mr. Longmore was well received, and commenced with what was intended as a phillipic against scme imaginary persons who had dared to insinuate that he had adopted this method of creeping into the notice of the electors, instead of facing them boldly, as he should have done, when seeking their suffrages again, b...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

EARLIEIR INTELLIGENCE. NEW\ SOUTH WALES. SYt.E'Y, April 21. The Australian Bloudin repeated h~a per. formanc~a ,o crossing .1iddl.' Harb.r , n a r.,pe to-da3, in the presence of a large num. hi.: of spectators. L:idy hLubinsiln and p ir:v we:e present. A punt at \\iseman's ferry at \VW ds.,r c: psized to-day, and the ferrymuan ani four teen horses were drowned The amount subscribed towards the tre timonel to Mr. John Rlobertson has rtached nearly £2500, which will be vested in trus. tees for the purchase of a freehold estate. The Randwick Asylunn Board have al,? wed the sc cretarv to resign, for his conduct to wards the h 'use covmmittee. The Araby Downs station, ii Queensland. with 40,000( sheep and 3ot cattle, has blea purchased by Mesr·. }aright, c'rystal and Co., of J31elourne, at a price withheld. The Victoria Contfectionery Company have been awarded tirnt prize for confee. tionerv at the Exhibitivn. The weather is beanutifully fine. StLosN , April 20. There was a large attenda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

Specifal Advertisements. I . 7W. T IT, AC (' C T. ANT, SM')TT ST:IElI, IRIIISC'OE :HXD Co., WEOLý SALE I.ON:O?N,?rE S. 11 C,-o ins-str?.t, E.t, Iron Yard, 213 Eratch.:treet:, N~;rth MELBOUI:E NOW SELLIN((; OFF While of Retail Stock ,it GREAT R E: IU CT ION Previ?l:? to re-bhit ini . PHYSICIAN, .'I;;I(ES, ASND PUI;ltc: VA(CISNATOf, CHURCH STl:EET. CAMPERDCWN. HOme for CoUlititation- -'orning, from 9 to 10,30: lveming, fro;m 6 to 8. GEORItGE ;JGI SON, CHEMIST. Successor to W. IR. lil') Station imediint+ cLhet- aud sundries [Halfor','s ýnakv-hite ?y'ri!ngc. Air and watr ei,'i, ,m:?inus. ic. Pure Euglii.h Strychliinv. PreJeription? and rucite fIr;Iarded by return post. COLLINS-STI: EElT EA ST. 1MEL FIO UINE FREEIOLD PROP;'ETIIES. SM. FERGUSSON has for PIIIVATE SSALE freehold prloprties in the parishes of Colongunlac. Eiinganite., Jan conrt, Timboonu,'atd Mortlake. Manifold-street, Camp.roiiwn ?TANTED.-Laborers and Quarrymen, for draining works, for P. M-.nifuld, Esq., Pnrrumbete. Apply ...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

TUESDA Y, APRIL 24, 1877. THE tenor of rccent telegrams fiom the old world would lead to the con clusion that affairs are rapidly approach ing a crisis in Europe. That Russia is not alone bent upon, but is fully pre par, d for a war with Turkey is quine certain. That the othet great Euro. peanr powers, our own country V-pe einly. have 'ullv made up their :.,inds t, a strict in-utrali:t in tl e cm ing con test is equally assured. That Turk, y is not in a position financialiy to sustain a long conflict with the inex orable Russian is a fact that all the world knows. From all which facts the conclusion appears to be certain that the impending war will be of a very short, sharp, and decisive character. It will not be a prolonged struggle, with very vague and doulbtflul issues, like the Crimean camnpaign. One of two things will result. ;nut speedily, from it: either the 'turkkhl power in Europe will receive its deatht:low, or else the designs of Russia upon Con staniitinople will be foil...

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(FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

(FROM ASOrTHER CORRESPONDENr.) Mr. Thomas Shaw, the free trade candi date, addressed a mletiug of 50) persons in the Town Hallto-night, Mr. Charles Andrews chairmau. The cniudidtte exprescli mioder ate free trade views, and was in f:avor ofa pro perty and land tax, and repeated his Camper down speech. He wasfrequentiyinterrupted, but a vote of confidence was carried, one hundred and fifty in favor, and 50 against, the rest not voting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

Literature. THE With Which "The HIAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY M.AILS, AT THE OtFICE, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERIDOWN. ScesctrITIosN Per quarter. ....... 6s. 6d. posted .. .... s. 6d. 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 AD)vERTIso- Ordinary Advertisements, per Inch ..3s Per inch, per quarter .. ... 155 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 uriting, and should be .ent in not later than mid-day en Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS Melbourne ., Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .. r. W. Gooch Geelong . . 31r. Henry Franks Colac IMr. W. J. Green Pirronyaloak . ...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

MARKETS. ------e--- * - MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKE T MELEOUIRNE, April IS. Messrs. Stratford Strettle a Co., report: Fat Cattle.-1210yarded. Lastwe~k'spricesnisitaiied forbest descriptions, Lut other icrts rather te-icr. We sold 33 icr Messrs. Ihelcott, Green, and oi.tir. Fat Calvc-.-llO forward. Prices rar. ed 5< .r he.d lov rr than late rte . Best, 0is t, .:s; theiý -. from IC' We sold t, fir variu oUitiP. FL. C el Isl' I.cnled, chiely crsshrera . W Ai -217 rrn.-hrdl withers at i20s; : Ir ?'t -,: -,n. butrcd ew : *at I1 : :id a r t nf merhi w 1'. -, i; . Also ,ut d-, Iv , %%- ith s, t Ic, , . " o do. Fat LatnzL --2tt- 7 .! t.iL . i7- , : ,'thei, irom 4s. M I1-14;ioisE, April 18. Mr. roln (;ie'. I)mnl'll;lty repirts:- Fat Cattle-1.210 offtrtId i,,r this aetk's supply, they con .oi-te t iprncipa!iy iof c;i I loti from Gippý Land and the Upper Miurray. i a I-l2 lull.cks. to L9 10s, 27 cows, to LS 15s ; 62 bullItcks, to L10 2i t!, s,5 cow,., to La 7s tl ; 71 cw, to LU 17s d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 April 1877

IIORSE6. ESTABLISHED 1833. Lieutenant James's Blister Is used in 1ier Majesty's Cavalry Regiments patronised by Major-General Sir Charles Dalbiae, Inspector-General of the Cavalry Forces, and eulogised by Professor Coleman, of the Royal Veterinary College, London, in his report to the Adjutant-General. Its great etficacy in all cases where blistering is usually applied is well-known; and its celebrity has extended to all the great studs throughout the world. No horse will gnawe it. CAUTIO..-None genuine without the signatu esof the proprietors, R. S. J.am-s _,ni A. MJAiES, are on the rtop N Ibel of every li;t, as an n?? exed. AGENTS: FELTON, GRIMIWADE, AND CO., MlELOUR.';E. Extensively used 4~3 y;ars. " P?Pvar of a Spulrie inltat.iO.to GRAT FYL-00MIX-OR1?, 1?. EPP'S C OCOA. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws whieh govern the operations of dices? tion and nutrition, and bv a careful applica tion of the fine )ropertites of well-selected cocoa, 31r. Epps has lrovided cur brea...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April -4. The Congregat onal Uuion commenced iti sitting to-day, with the Rtev. Mr. Dick as chairman. Dr. Way, the Coiporation health ortic'r, strongly urges the removal of slaughterh ,uses out-side the city. It is expected that the town ball organ will be erected in two months. The Victorian Hemane Society havs awarded a medal to William Holland for bravery for rescuing the crew front the wreck of the Agues, uetr Cape Northunm barland. Sales of wheat have bhen made at s: town flour, £15 12s 6d, with a very t1hm market.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. S1!., er, April 24. The attendance at th-b exhibitrin, sirce the withdrawal of the stock has fallerl off coniderably. The evening entertainm:.nt continue to be well attended. Tihe t'ral of pl ,ughing machines commenace] tv-t da,. Fitz rhld and Prendergtit have ,ý-ea awatled the only special prize for Castle. maine ale. The bull Duke of Alvie has beeeu b ught by Mr. John Lee for 1,000 guineas. . A proposition for an intl?veh lial foict all m:tieh during the comicg season his been received fr, m Victoria and favourably enter tained here. No awards in the trial of the agrirui'lural i '-plements will be msade till t,)-tuorc-?, C. Yeo, of Sandhurst, and.R. Serlie, of Malit laud, are the judges. Fifteen ploughs were tried. H. Lennou is the only Vlctorsan competitor. Parliament resumed to-day, when Mr. Prkes made a Ministerial statement.: ,Re. ferring to tLe formation of the Ministry, bhe said that both Mr. 8S V. Brown and 'Mr. Fitz patrokl ha l been ...

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OPENING OF THE TASMANIAN PARLIAMENT. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) HOBART TOWN, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

OPENING OF TIlE TAS.A sX1/A PA.RL IAMENT. (tUSTRALIAN ASc.OCIATED rRFS TLEc.GF. IS.) IHos BRT Tows, April *24. Parliament was opened to-day by his Excellency the Uovernor. There was only a- small atteudance. Dr. Butler was elected Speaker of the A?senhly, rice Sir R. Oftlicer resigned. Ilis Excellency's speech referred t, the disestablishment of Port Arthur, an(ldirected att?ution to the increased expenditure for chiritable granms, and the necessity for a more economical distribution to the relief funds. Measures f.,r giving the lpee pi greater ioting power at mu:sici?al ee :tio'is and for abho'ihnug the divide I electorates exist ug in Hohart lT'uown and I aunc?lton are to be intrainc1d. The adcistbility of -ettling all dis| utes on the question of the M~ain Line of railway is recoimmenelel by te purchase of the line. A lilbeal and practic d scheme of public works is promised in which the ratepapers wifl have the pre ponderating control m er the expenditure. The revenue of the clon...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

AUSTRALIAIA TELLEGRAMS. AUSTRALIA. ASSOCIATES PrESS TELEGRAXi. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 26. The Government have received a tele gram stating that the Privy Council have re versed the decision of the S'uprems Court in re probate duty on Major Bell's estate. The Government will now. uonly receive on the lessen sum, viz., £14,9U0. The Tanjore is off the Otway this evening. She will reach the bay early in the morning. The divorce suit, Fisher v. Fisher, was again before the Supreme Curt to-day, aud partly heard. Mr. Berry replies to Sir James M'Cul loch at Geelong to-night. The war news has hardened the wheat market in Adelaide. In this market the quotation is 5s 10d. Sugars have risen in the London market.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

New Advertisements. Wm. HAMILTON, Janr., (Late of Mortlake) SEED MERCHANT, AND General Commission Agent, 67 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. IN the seed line W. IL devotes special attention to GRASS SEtDS, making quality a first considera tion, and trusts that Lis colonial experience as a farmer in growing and eating Agricultural Seeds, and m the management of Artificial Pastures, will enable him to give satisfaction to all who may favor him with orders. In the Agency Business W. H. undertakes the following: Stock, Estate, and Financ;al Agency ; Sale of Wool. either in the Colony, or in the Lon.in marret, also cf General Produce in Melbourne. selection and Pur. hbae of Agricultural Machinery, and other Farm and Station Requisites. Char.es : The lowest ruling. Blue Gailnn eed. ON SALE BY THE UIDERSIGNED- in large or small quantities Tasmanian Btlue Gum Seed. ISEsu?: 1877.) WM1. HAMILTON, Junr., 67, QUEEN.STREET, MELBOURNE. To Farmers, Millers, and Grain Dealers. LORD A D iHUGHES, FLOUR AND G...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. Virtual Declaration of War. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS.) IMPERIAL MANIFESTO. LONDON, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

EUROPEAN TEIEGRAMS DIRECT. Virtual Declaration of War. BY SUBMARINE TELEURAPH. RECTER.'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMSO O THE A?S TRALIAN A.SSOCIATED PIFrs;.) IMPERIAL MAN1FESTO. LosaDos, April 24, An Imperial Manifesto recalls atten tion to the interest which Russia has taken in the welfare of the Christians, and its desire to ameliorate theiri condi tion, for which it has demanded guaran. tees. The entire reign of the Ctar has testified to his solicitude for the main. tenance of peace. During the last two years negotiations had been carried on for the purpose of securing reforms in the Christian provinces, but the negotiations had failed owing to the stubborn refusal by Turkey of every effectual guarantee. The rejection of the protocol, expressing the unanimous view of Europe, had ex. hausted the pacific efforts of the powers. The proud obstinacy of the Porte compels war. The Czar, profoundly convinced of the justice of his cause, relies with con fi leuice on the Divine support. The mno ment ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADEL.IDE. April 26. Another case of smali-pox has oe-cnrred on board the Bi'itish Enterprise. The Government have refused to land tho passengers on Torren's Island. The new City bridge was: open?ed by the Governor to-day.

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