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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
CIlUCKET. the match between the first and second elevens of the 1.:cal club, which took place on Saturday last, was stripped of its intcr'et by several of the members on both si lei cc t turning up. Consequently the mates was a very poor one. However, as it was, th1 matbch was far from being one-sided, anl had not several chances of running out ar.d catching being missed by the junior., the tirst eleven would have been disp.ised of far a very small score, indeed. The wicket was very dead, and considering which the ascoring on both sides was very goal. The scores are. Finsr ELtrVs.-First Innings. C. Henry, thrown out Brunmley, (sub.) :. 14 Green, b Bowyer . .. 7 Thornton, e Kerr, b Bawyer . .. 14 A. Scott, b Bowyer . .. .. 14 Bramley, b Neyton . .. .. 13 Colburn, not out . .. 10 Wig;in;-, b iowyer . .. 3 J. Scott, b Bnowyer . W. Henry, b Bowyer .. .. .. 0 Sundries . .. .. .. 3 Totl . .. Bowliny Aitlysis.-Bowver 114 balls, 1 mnides, 42 runs, 4 wickets; Fussell 63 balls, 3 mu ils , 2i ...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April, 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYnEY, April, 28. Colonel Sir W. Jervois arrived by the Normanby this afternoon. This afternoon during a race between the sailing boots Balcyon and Lottie, the former capsized off Manly Beach, and Mr Robert Blake, a clerk in the firm of Prince, Ogg, and Co., was drowned. The rest of the c'ew nere rescued The Lottie, in putting about to rescue the men, also caspsized, but the crew were saved by the steamtug Mys. tery. The City of New York left San Francisco on the 25 the inst. It was raining heavily all night and to. day, and there is no sign of a break in the weather. Miss Clara Thompson and Mr. Bracy made a great success in "Nemesis" at the Theatre Roval. It has been discovered that the patent water-lifter prepared for exhibition by Mr. flood, of Melbourne, has been tampered with, but is not thought to he seriously In. jured. SYDIEy, April 27. Mr. Parkes is seriously ill, and unable to attend in the Assembly to-night. A. The Board of directors...
[?] MAIL TABLE 1877 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
T MA IL TOLL 1877 c. RoMc ENGLLYSt Leavee London Leasw Loando Arrlt Fia Southamptnn Via Brialial. .at Melbourne. January . 11 January . 19 arch 6 February . 8 February . 16 April 3. lfarch . March. . 16 31ar : . Anr' 5 April . . 13 MaYv . - 3 May . 11 June. . · 21 May 31 June . S July . 24 June . 23 Jfuly . 6 August . * 21 Ju!r . . 2 Auiut . 3 eptember. 13 Au",ust . . 23 August 31 October. . 16 September 21, September 2S November . 13 tctnber . 13 October . Detember . 11 remhe 15 Novermber 23 January,1S7T& Y°.cemhcr . 13 December 21 February . FEos Vicrof*. Arrives London Arrives at London surr.. l ia Brindisi. 'ia Southampton lanuary, . 5 March . 12 March . . 19 February . 22 April . . 9 Aptl': ' . 16 lmarch . . 22 May . . Iay . . . . 14 April. . . 17 June . . 4 June . . . i fay . .. 15 July .. 2 July . . 9 June. . . 12 July . . 30 Au t . . 6 Jul . . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 kluut . . . September 24 October . . 1 ptember . 4 October . 22 October . 29 October : . 4 Nov...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYniEY, April 30. There was a strong gale and a heavy sea last night. A por nii of the American Annexe was unroofed, and a considerable quantity of soft goods were damaged. The Premier is still confined to his room from nervous prostration. His medical adviser recommends perfect rest. Sir Willaiu Jervois conferred to-day on defences with Colonel Richardson. Cap ans Iixon and Cracknell. TI e question of bringing the railway into Sydney has again been urged on the government, who promised to deal with the suibjecL
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
4 USTR.I 1IA .V TEUMNll 4.318. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED RISS TELEGRAYIMS. LATEST INTEK,I.IGENCE. MaLL asrN3, April 30. The jury in the Fisher divorce case, after three hours' co isideration gave a verdiot for tbe petitioner. The institure of architects to-day, ex pelled Messrs. Reed, and Barnes, for their conduct in connection with the eastern market competition. Counsel has been retained in the action taken against Mr. Gateho.., by Mr. Lee, the proprietor of the Saltwater Baths. Another victim of the Echnca bridge a c dent d:ei yesterday. This makes the fifth. Judge Stephens has received twelve months leave of absence, and the govern n;an. have telegraphed to Judge Barry to shorten his holiday. Seven shillings to Ta 2d is asked for wheat.
THE WOOL SALES. LONDON, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
THE WOOL SALES. LONDON, April 25. The Wool Merchants' Committee have decided to restr ict the next sales to 300,003 bales, exclusive of the 40.000 bales held tover, and the brokers have concurred in the arrangement. The quantity arrivtd is 303,27t bales, hnd the ships in iinie are the Martha Birnie, Nineveh, Ethel, South Australian, Matau a, St Leonards, True Briton, Carnaquheen, La Hogue, Hydaspes, Graham, Clara, Edenholme, Dwari, Westbury, Livingstane, and Carlisle Castle. All subsequent arrivals are excluded.
TURKISH OPERATIONS. LONDON, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
TURKISH OPERATIONS. LoNDos, April 29. The Turks have commnenced bombard ing Poti, Oaurget, and Galoti, the two former on the eastern shore of the Black Sea, and the latter on the Danube, and the Russian troojs have occupiei Guirgel o Loscos, April 29. The Russians have occupied Ismal Kilia. The Porte refuses to recognise German protection of Russian subjects. The Powers have rejected the Porte's propos'l of mediation. Italy is neutral.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
'TRICRERY IS IMANIFOLD NITS PIAsES.-One of them is that resorted to by unscrupulus charlataans obu sell and import deleterious atlc hulii beverages mixel with nome other nhurtful ingredient, and announce them to the public aspos ess n; the same or super.or remedical properties to th.at most salutary of medical cordial UDOLPHIO WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM ARUMATIC ScHsNAPs.
WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND TURKEY. ADVANCE OF RUSSIAN TROOPS. LONDON, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
WAR BETWEEN RUSSIA AND TURKEY. ADVANCE OF RUSSIAN TROOPS. L6oso, April 25. Turkey in answer to the manifesto of the Czar, says that the attack by Russii is unprovoked, and appeals to the treaty of 1856. and the mediation of the powers. The Russian troops are pouring into Roumania, and have arrived at Galatz. A Cossack force is marching on Kalafat, in Little Wallachia, which is occupied by the Turks. The Roumanians, on the advance of the Russians, have withdrawn into the in terior. Prince Nikita, of Montenegro, is march ing to the frontier, and the Turks are ad vancing on Nicksichs.
TOM AND JERRY IN REPLY TO "TOBIAS AND BIANCAS," TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
TOM AND JERRY IN REPLY TO ' "' TOBIAS AND BIANCAS," ' I1 TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHIIROSICLE. Mister Editor-Me and my mate have been a reading that letter of Tobias and Biancas, a-cutting up MIr. Longmo.e' s lecture, and we have both come to the con- 1 clusion that it ain't bona fde. We don't t believe that there are any two sich chaps about here called Tobias and Biancas-least- I wise we don't know 'em-and if they airn t here, how could they write that leter! ? Jerry says, says he, "It's a sham." - -S it is, ' says 1. " 'Well, well give it 'em,' 3 says he. '' o we shall," says I. And that's how this Iltter come about. Mlister Editor, Jerry is sitting onot.e sideof the table,and I' m a sitting at the other. He smokes, and I drinks colonial swipes, and I writes ; and then he writes, and driinks colonial swipes, t. nod I smuokes-and this is what we call e colonial reciprocity. Yousee, Mister Editor, t this letter Is t.brnafJde (Jerry says it's buny ' ifyd is the proper latin-but he'sa ig...
A LEGISLATOR'S SERVICES WITHOUT FEE OR REWARD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
A LEGIfILA'h?'S SERVICES WTHB OUT FEE OR REWARD. TO Tix EDITOR 01 TrN CHROSICLE. ql,-Iwaa nevermore amazed than when I read in yc.ur issue of Tuesday last that the chair man of Mr. Longmore's protection meet ing, said that he--Mr. Longimore - had elrved his constituents for so long without a fte or roeard. Is not £300 a year a fe or reward? Is not £11,500 a year, which the gentleman in question has sometimes got for a few months aLa time, a very handsome reward! Never does the chairman remember anything of a hat that was sent round years ago to enable Mr. Longmore to support his family. The writer remembers being twice askecd to subscribe for Mr. Longmore. I cannot vouch that the contents (if any), of that hat ever reached-Mr. L.ongmore, but surely the £300, and sometimes £11,500 a year cout of the hard earned wages of the poor man, wae a good fee and a rich reward. There is a satisfaction, which to a man of Mr. Longmore's nature must outstrip all other rewards. I possess an extract...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
An exhibition of presence o! mind on the p trt of MIr. Du. can,, inspector of the penw establishments, is reeorded by the Wit yan Spectator:-"The most promnent part of tialle is protected by large stonefortifications ricing about 2Oft perpendicully from the sea, the top forming a terrace fir about 400 yards. Immediately below are earful rocks, after which the place is named. Along the top of the fortifications are embrasures for guns, over which it is necessary to jump. .Jr. Duncan, with two friends, Lad inspected these, and were retutning, when, in jumping one of the embrasuree. Mr. Duncan mis-et his footing and reeled towards tie pre:il ice. His companions thought there was no hope for him, when, to their great surlprise, he fell to the ground, with his heal jnust over the precipice-in fact, as he lay be could see the rocks beinw. It was a most remarkablo, if not marvellos eeape. Kuowing he must inevitably be killed if he went over, he had the presesce of mind to throw himself dow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
SpeciEl Advertisements. GEORGE GIBSON, CHEMIST, ( Succest-or to W. R. Bill), :upplies i, n dedicine chests and sundries n. ake-bite syringes e 'ater hedls, cushions, &c. Pur' .iigiish Strychnine. Srescrip·tiona and recipes forwarded by return post.. ')OLLINS-STREET EAST, MfELROURNE Money to Lend. £1 OOO TO LEND at 8 PERCENT on good seecurity. IR. HOWR: SFinancial Ageioait2 B EARKLY HOUSE, 1.: r ·-. 51 FAMILY DRAPER'; SMOO)RABOOL STREET s " a a. G PG *Dr ssltg executefin fire S class style. ogizg at poweat ! it S guarauteed. t 1 ' , AUD 110 ' CLSTMI ., l SCARPETS, MATTING8, a FLOORCLOTHS. a GELONG Efcisl Adrertiscmentr. WANTES. W ANTED-QUARRYMEN. Pick and ' Shovel !en, on the Camperdiwnand Lismore Road. W ocd and water found. n Apply on the Works, a JAMES HIIORNBY, Contractor. BRISCOE AND CO., WEOLESALE IRONMONGERS. 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 213 Elizabeth-street, North MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at . GREAT RE DiC CTION Previous to re-buildin'. ...
The Chronicle. TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
00 TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1S77. Sil William .Tervois and Colonel Scratchley have both arrived just in the nickc.f time. War has broken out in the east of Enrope, and England staºnds watchful and expectant, but with a pretty strong inner conviction that sooner or later she will he dragged into the fray. N w, if England should. fe dragged into it, there is the considera tion for us coion:sts, that, in all proba bilitv. Russia and our own country will take diftferent sides; and if this should so turn out, a hostile Russian war ship might, some fine morning, nmake its way uninvited into Port Phillip Bay, with the ulterior lbject tof levying forced contri butions on thie peaceable people of Vic toria. We say, this might happen, without stopping now to inquire into the exact value of the probability in the case. But whatever thgt4 value. may amournit to, certain it is that thhe leading organs of public opinion. awongst as are very mucht itpressedi.witli a.s1inset of our danger and insecuriti ; i...