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

Ke1tig 's Cough Lozenges, -CO.MPOSED of the purest articles. These Lozenges " csnttin no opium, nor any deleterious drug: th 'ref re the most delic.te can t:ke them with perfect eo.lSdence. Their be'.efcial effect is speedy and cei. ta n. This old unfailingi fanilv remedy is daily recorn mernded by the most eminent Physicians for the cure if COUG ?S, ASTEBMA, BnONCHITIS, ACCOMYLATION OF aELEG:I. COPY OF TESTIIONIAL. Mr. T. KEATING. Indiall Medical Service. Dear Sir,--Iaving tried your Lozenues in InJit, I have ranch pleasura in testifyi:n to their heneficial effects in cases in lucipient Consuiimption, Asthma, and Bronchil ATffections. I have prescribed them largely, with the best results. W. B. 0- , Apothecary, I.M.S. REATING'S COUGH LoZENGES are prepared by TuoaMs KEArIsl, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, and sold by all Chemists, in l)xes, and tins. - ieating's i1on Bons or Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both in appearance a ;d taste, furn.hiting a oslt aurecal.le meth...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. S?ODNE, April 26. A strong westerly gale has been blow ing for the past few days, and the weather is wintry. The Australia brings 400 tons of bread. stuffs, 100 tons being for Melboutie. M3r. Hugh Lennon, of Melbourne, has obtained prizes in trials for his plioghs. The Government do not iniend to deal with the Pacific mail question this ses The receipts from the Exhibition are ovrr £?),000. Over 100,000 perspns.have pai... "r admission.

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MR. BERRY IN REPLY TO SIR JAMES M'CULLOCH. GEELONG, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

MIR. BERRY IN REPLY TO SIR JAMES M'CULLOCH. (Br ELEcTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OnR OWN CORRESPONDENT) GEELONG, April 26. The Hon. Graham lierry addressed over 1200 electors in the Mechanics' Institute, this evening. Councillor Couves, J.P., occupied the chair. Mr. Berry said that he was before them to seek re-election, but would vay a few last words as leader of the Opposition of the last Parliament. The course he and his colleagues had pursued in rousing the electors had met with their approval, and was proved necessary by the limited time allowed for the consideration, prior to the general election, of Sir James M'Culloch's p ,licy- They were forced into loing so now, because a few days more would settle the election, lie reviewed the political history of the last eighteen months. Fbe first question Sir James M'Culloch touchtd upton was, whether the majority dh, u:d rule. He (Mr. Berry) never disputed t'utt, lu ex reme caseC deserved the sup:ease .ril.nunl f tl:e ball,t box. Mr. Berry...

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

.1CLSBN YAIL T1ABLE 1i77 Leaves London Leaves London Arrives ,iao Sout1nmnpton rioa P.rind'si. at Meltourne. January . 11 January . 19 March . . February S Februarv. 16 April Mfarch . 9 March . 16 Mar . . 9 April . 5 April . 13 Maye . "2 Ma 3 Ma3 ... 11 June. . 21 May 31 June . July. 4 Juier . 2. July . .6 Auntst . . S July . . 26 August . 3 eptember. IS August . . 23 Auuust " 31 October. . 16 September . 2? Septrember 25 November . 13 r . IS . 1 Otober . 2 December . l2 November . 15 November 2 .January.1Sl7 8 December . 13 December 21 February . FaROM VIicORIA. Leaves ArriveC London Arrives at London Melbourne. i?a Brindisi. Via Southampton lanuary, . 25 March . 12 March . . 19 tebruary . 22 April . . 9 April . . 16 March .. 22 May . . 7 May . . . -14 April . . 17 June . . 4 'June . . . 11 Mav .. 15 July . . 2 July . June . . 12 July . SO Aumunt 6 July . . . 10 Au.ust . `7 September 3 August . . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October. 22 October . 29 October .. 4 Novem...

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

DRl. PDTI VAliMIAk'd3' f'II V--iC[A N. ;UL; (iCO. A ND PUBLIC VA( CNATOB. ýK'1UECII STflE]":P, CA!NPJCIfl (W N. lLo.ioe fur G iis~u?..1tifl-ýIurmlts from 9 to 1.30 ; EIjIL., from E; to S. CHEMIST, ( su ceabur to 11 . R. jjii jI ittlslslies- Sation mcdiciet: chests and sundries tialfori s snake-lbte syringes Air and water leds, cushions, &c. lure English Strveb.,iue. PresciLstious and r(~cipes forwarded by retulrn lost. (uLL1S.STULELT EAST. M.F44OULrr E I?eci~.! Advcrtis?ments. I. W. TAIT, ACCOUNTAN 1T'T, SCOTT ST EEUT, CA MPEIlbOW1\Ii. FIREEHOLD PWRO'EiTIES. P M. .FFUGUSSON has for PRIVATE * SALE freehold proierties in the .arishes (of Colougulac. Elinganmite, Jaun. court, Timbo:n. and Mortlake. lanifoldl-street, Camperdown BARKLY HOUSE, i N * A. PATO ' F'AMILY DRAPER, 1OOIRALI.CI.OL ~'1 LEET GEELONG. Dresma?kir g executed in first class style. v T ,ilCrlig at lowest prices, fit guaranteed. MiIENS" AdD I:ETS ' ('IQ'IIINS;, CARPETS, MAI'A]iC S, & t FLOORCLGIES. GEELON...

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MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. MELBOURNE, April 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN 1I1:1RK 'T. MELBOURNE, .pril 21th. Messrs. LORD anud HUGHEs report :-In the market f .r breadstuffs business has otly belen of a moderate character, antd the advan ing tendency noticed last week, has, in stone measure been checked, owing to supplies coning forward more freely, and buyers operating more cautiously. Wheat-Tile receiptsare by rail 5228 bags, coastwive 2011 bags, of the latter 1,0o56 bags were from N:ew Zealand, and 139 bags fr m Adelaide. Tit greater portion of the arrival by rail w, up country stored wheat, purchased smine tmne back by one of our town millers, cousequently goes straight into the mill. During the weeiL large holders have been offering parcels in expectation of getting 7s. As millers are for the present heavily stocked they are operating cautiously in the present state of the market, and evince no disposition io pay the l.rice demanded. At auction lr',e Northern wheat realised Gs 10N to U1 11: ; and privately we hear that sever...

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MINISTERIAL POLICY. SIR JAMES M'CULLOCH AT WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

MINISTERIAL POLICY. -. 0i- SIR JAMES M'CULLOCH AT WAIRR NAMBOOL. Sir James M'Culloch addressed his con stituents at Warrnambool on Wednesday evening, where he was well received, and obtained a unanimous vote .of coutidence. Hle declared the policy of the Goverument on that occassion, and we take from the ArU-Ns the following, which are some of its prominent features: THE TARIFF. As to the proposed alteration of the tariff, I know that on this point there is a great diversity of opinion, and very strong feeling on both sides, both as regards extreme pro tectionist and extieme free-trade views. I may say at cnce, with regard to one portion of the tariff-the 20 per cent. ad valorem duties-that I have always been opposed to 1 the e extreme rates. When they were sub mitted by the Duffy Government I did all I could to prevent their coming into operation. I am only astonished that the people of the country submitted to them in the first in stance, and I am still more astonished that they c...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELo\S, April 24. M~?e??. lIrhard Mellibh and Co. rerorl: Sheepskins-There was a full attendance at the dif ferent sales, and brisk competition throughout, prices being fully up to last week. We offered and sold our usual quantity as undernoted :-Best pelts, 2s 6d to 3s d ; medium, 1s 6d to 2s3d, and from 4d to 6d per lb for dry skins. Wool-We offered and sold some xodd lots at fair value. Hides-A good attendance, but competition was dull, and prices easier, owing to the trade having large supplies on hand. We ofered about 200 and sold nearly all as follows :-Green, 3id to 4Qd; salted 3jd to bSd : calfskins, to 4ld. Tall w W- W. sold mixed rendered at 30s sd ; r. uh fat, at 3) per lb GEELONG, April 24. .Mes;rs. George Synnot and Co. report: Hides-Were frm at Last week's prices. We of tered and sold about 150. Wet salted brought sIl to 3d ; poie'.conditioned ditto, to 4d ; iclfskins to 4id. Tallow--' c only offered station sorts to-day, at prices rulis...

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USING UP THE RAW MATERIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

USING UP THIG RAIW MATERIA. j TO THE EDITOR OF TUE CHROMICLE. Si-t-We were unfortunately not privi leged to hear Mr. Jongmiore's lecture on protection, a deprivation which we feel all the more acutely, as, for once; it appears our member was amusing as well as instruc- I tive. There are a few of his statements which are, perhaps, not strictly accurate; but that is a matter of small importance, as the majority of people, when they have made up their mind to swallow an assertion, 1 prefer it strong enough to make the effort I worth while. ..To use the lecturer's own words, we will come directly to the subject, and prove that one of the benefits of protection is to work up our own raw material instead of sending it abroad. In the first place, raw material is a rather indefinite tenn. What is raw material? and wh..t is the particular raw material to which he refers? Some kinds of raw material are only fit for export. In Pentridge, for instance, we have a con siderable amount of raw mate...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER V.—THE INTERRUPTED MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

OR, TIIE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAFTER V. -THE INTERRTUTED MAR RIAGE. Minutes elapsed; then my mother ap peared in the Gothic portal, with Eugenie clinging to her arm. The young .girl's pale face was bowed toward the ground; overwhelmed with confusion and trembl ing in every limb, she seemed tof be dragged along rather than to move of her own will. MlIy maid now hurried for ward, and at a sign from my mother took the other arm of the almost fainting girl and thus, with my mother's aid, sup ported and led her into the castle. I also rushed back to-it, and reached it just as Eugenie, with a cry of agony, sank down at the foot of the staircase. My mother was so agitated that she had to cling to the railing for support, while the maid vainly endeavbured to rE' -vive the unconscious girl; we ic-ere obliged to call the fenia!e servants to carry her up stairs to my room, where, under our care, after long and unwearied efforts. she was again recalled to life. What...

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

Literature. THE With which "The HAMLPDEN GUARDIAN" is iheorporated IS PUBL=ISHI ED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT Tau omce, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. srncrrrio--ox Per qruares . .. .. N I, S,, . .peat . .. .... .6 Subscribers can ealy dlcontinne at the end of a quarter, on a notice trtbait eect hi writing,aid ma the payment o tahrema t e Ordila dver l5 seets, per ahd . 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 and Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. Mr. Henry Franks Colase . Mr. W. J. Green Pirronyaloak .. SMr. Macafee. Terang .. .. r. M.L Lang Cobden .. .. Mr. James Bishop and . Mr. J. Molyvneux Pomborneit .. .. Mr. C. H Bowker Cobrico .. .. Mr. A. P. . Wriht Nareghid .. .. Mr. James Gritfin Liamore .. .. Mr. James Parry a Darlingten .. .. Mr...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

, GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET: GEELo.sN, April 23. Messrs. Richard Melllsh and Co. report: Fat Cattle-A moderate supply; every suitable pen well competed for at up to L2s 6d per 1001bs Fat Sheep--Suply up to the demand, prires ruling slightly in favor oif -Ilers, crossbreds making up to 2% ; merino, ir. to 1:'s {d. We sold a small draft ot good quality at the latter fi, re ; and, outside, a draft of fair quality uixei. shieep at IIs. Fat Lambs-Very few penned. We -old 11; tod, at li, 6d, and report a fair demand tfr gooul quality. Store Cattle-A good sprinkling offered, but, owtl' to scarcity of grass,. biddtnm dull, and prices in farur of the buyer, We submitted some odd lots of mixed, but has to pass them, reserves not being reached. Our sales outside have been, 40 btllocks at Li 19s, and 73 mixed cattle, at from 501 to 01. GEELOsO, April 23. M.essrs. D. Gnthrle and Co. report: Fat Cattle-A very short supply. Quotations-Bul locks, fromnt LS lox to LII Is 6d ; cows, from L6 to LB 12s...

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MARKETS BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

MIARKETS. BALLAD AT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, April 24. Messrs. Flvken andi ibseon report: Fat Cattle- 555 yarded, 140 of which were stores, the balance prime to medium quality, the best in being the iHon. Niel Black's. There was a good attendane and the sales ccmrrenced at about last week's rates, and gradually improved to the close, best piis selling at an advance on late rates. Averag;e---atn Niel ,lack, 20 station breds, L16 10 3d, 60 store i,ullocks, 1.3 :; MIr. D. Mackinnon, 56 do, Ll1 10- ,: Mlr. D. sl'Williams, 59 do, L10 3s ; Mr. C. R. Fisher. ; cows, 1.7 13s5 i. We soMd -7 for Mr. I. Mackinnon, :Lar,:.iyals cok. h bll;cks, at: fr mL13.1 s 6d to LU I1s6d, c . i,, at fmo:n 1? 17 G 1 to ?, , , ; 2: head fior Ir. 1i. Y!. Ham. ,,a. I u!!c, k-, at Lt;i Os, cows, at from L1 IC0 t, 1.7 1. ; 13 Iurlu.cks for MIessrs. Cahill and R'. n, at ifll r.at-. Fat Calves-119 penned, best r :,lity 'ellIn: at extremne rates. We sold-S for Mr. I. Ste"wart, to 47:. Fat Sheep--12,61 yarded, a l...

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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 April 1877

FRIDA Y, APRIL 27, 1877. TrE Ministerial policy is now before the country, and it seems to us to be a very tair and reasonable one. What the Premier had to say of Mr. Berry and his charges, ef the Stonewall, and the Ineasnies of last session, were suitable to the occasion, and ce uld nr,t have been well omitted. But we rtas. over these for the present, in ord,:i" tiiat we mayv devote such small slpa'e as we have a: our command to an expresit, n of opini,,n on his tariff, new taxation, and g nieral financial pro(,osals. Sir Jatm:'s M'Culloch declined to interfrn: with the tariff when he last entere,' office, until he had had timne tio c.,"_ sider it in all its bearings, and cult make such alterations in it as were like!y to be permanently beneficial, but he asks no mire time. He is lrepiared to give up the 20 per cent. duties. against which the outcry is every day becoming stronger in all parts of the colony. and to remit the duties on all goods emplolyed in the mant ufacture of othe...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877

The prce i iins with repard to the appeal` against the za'sCsesments df the Shire of C'olac were concluded at :the Ueelou General Sess ions on Friday. That were to havebeen con tested. lint it was stated that min four of the cases the parties had( agreed to compromise the matter, the appeals to be allowed with. out costs, the parties agreeing t. the reduc tious in the assessments. In the (cas of Mr J. Hfainmes, the appeal which was against a valuatiion of £1000, was dismissed h- consent without costs. The appeals allowed wire as follows:--RobertsonBros. assessed at £1 i.;G I 10s, reduced to £13,299 10s; ir i auel Wilson asesse4 at £2845, reehwed to £2i31; Dr. Stoddart, assessed at £2198 10s, reduced to £164S 10s; William Armstrong, assessed at £:0I0, reduced to £1510 1Os.

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THE EQUITY COSTS. . [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877

THlE EIJCITY COSTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THEP. CHRONICLE. Sir.-The above matter being now chl.ed, permit me a small space in your column, in order to lay a brief statement before thi subscribers as follows : Dr. Total amount acknowledged ... £133 12 0 Less short paid and exchange ... IS 6 £137 13 6 Cr. \mrunt to credit of equity costs Trust fund in Colonial Bank ... £137 1I 6 The amount equally divided amongst the five defendant councillors will give £'27 10s. Si to each, and those amounts are now pay. able on application at the Colonial Bank of Australasia Camperdown. The m Hey was corttribnted as under: Forwarded to Uuardian office .. £79 11 9 From West Riding -.. ... 2 17 9 From ,North Riding .... . 5 4 0 £137 13 G Delay in collection, and my absence ir ,m Camperdown has pootponed the publication of this statement until now. lours ht., M. ¶. ILLIAMS. April 30 1S77.

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MELBOURNE, Saturday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877

MILtLBOI'RNE, Saturday, April 2s. llreasltuffs are moving oflf at our quotation of L14 17s fd. beveral small larcels have been disposed of as- aLLquotation. ll Idert in many cases ask L15, but there is tnt much doing, if anything at all at that igure. Wheat is firnn at the rateo quvtedi throughut the week, ts lCt to tis 10d foir fine samples (ty amis quotation in this morning's issue the price was malde to appear otherwi-e) and though there is not so much offering privately, still sailes have Ieen made at both figures in the course of the day. Oats are very quiet; trade parcelst are inovi' at is sl to 3s 7d; hut trans. actions are unilnportant. 3I.ize is coming forward more freely again, and -ales are mraking oin easier term. Trade pa'cel- haIve beetn mroving at 4s idt to is 31. Values in Syibdd are firm at is 4d to 3s 61, and supPlies are short. -J-rgua. GEELING, Saturday, April, 0. Breadstufit have met with fair clquir- and prices maintain their preniously reporte ltirm aspect. . ...

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TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877

TASMANIA. HOBART Tows, April :;7. M1r. Russell Young has been elected Chair mn of Committees in the Assemble. The Treasurer unkes his bndget speech next Wednesday. Mr. John Arthur, one of the be't Tas maliin cricketers, has died from brain fever afr ýr a short illness.

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QMEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877

QMEENSLANLD. BRSBMLNE , April 2S. A supposed case of small-pox among the Chinese is reported in Mary-street. The hou e and street have been quarantined by the poli:e. The steamer Thales will be dischargel at Ca ktown to-morrow. The Brikbane takes 100 Chinese and 7,o000oz. of gold to Hong Kong. BREIAdrF, April 27 A private party for exploring the QuCeens. lard and South Australian territory l aes Normnanton shortly. A full months rations will be delivered to them at Daly \Wahrs. The Warwick IHandicap was won by New-. bold, Maud being second. One thousand Snider rides have anivrcd for the volunteers.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 25. A committee of medical men has been ap. pointed to settle the question of removing the British Enterprice immigrants to Torrent Island. ADtLAIPe, April 27. The Board of Trade at London has decided to detain vessels carrying both coal and powder. A splendid new fodder plant, called the screw bean of South America, has been re. ceived here by Dr. Schomburgh by the mail steamer. The plantia likely to do well in the North. Wheat is very tirm in consequence of the war news. It is reported that a telegram lha been received from London reporting much higher prices for wheat. Quotations her- rule at 7s to 7s Id.

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