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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
Literature. ITHE ··Pnmipdded vhide With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED ZYERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, ATr rTu orrICI, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Ss1aecrrsnton Per quarter .. .... .. .. Oe. 6d. posted .. .... 79. Gd. c Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a t quarter, on a notice to that efect In writing, and on o the payment of all arrears Ordinary Advertisemnats, per inch .. 3s Per inch, per quaater .. .. .. 15s A considerable reduction it aderetemnents are in serted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specity upon the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until counternanded, and chargted. 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 Thursdaya AGENTS- C Melbourne . .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac .. M...
MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
MELBOURNE VWOOL, TALLO\W, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOrFNE, April 1S. .Mesrs. R. GoldsIbrouh t andt Co. report: WooL--Ve have eo tratsactions to report thin week, the quantity ceminr forward being very-limited, and eunflned prinipall l f iellmontners' scoured. Quota tions inminallti the same. Sheepskins.-Our sales pased e ff relti-mactorily durn' the week. Qnotati-ns -.,utchers' lei, tran Is l d to 3s Cd each; dry kius, 3u ' eihl Iper lb. Hide.-A imirmer tone was .;iceabl Turin. thie past week. Oxhides, fronm 18 id"' 64 c ; cots hides, 14s to 2i each; Victorian .tdred, ai' o 4 1 per lb ; New Zealand, .31d to 41d per 1k h1 sr, -lkinm--This market is unchanged. -Nh forward aumnand fair competition. 'c iron 5d to 1tC per i. Tallow.-Lote for oi. ut --.re in co' d requec:. We quote :-Mutton, ;-:u L.410 s tio L351s I per ton; beef, frdit L31 to 1.33 I1 per tot ; uwi'ea, from L2S to't31 per ton. Bark. - Iakt ground is worth from LS l0s to LU 15s per tinm; cihopped, frotI LU to Lu; bundled, L4 5s...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
MARKETS. MIELBO tRNE, April 25. Ettershasnke, Eaglestone and Mann's re port:-Fat Cattle.:-1,111 bead yarded. Prime ,ypens bullocks brought from I12 10s to L14; good do, rlomn t9 to L1010s; middling and inferior, from L7 upwards. Cows in proportion.' Fat Sheep. --14,567 yarded. A large pxroportion onistcd'of t ..d d to prime quality muttonn. and-included eevrr. Its of prin.e heavy cro-shreds from the Western :1- rict. Prin a cros bred wethers brought frrtn Ib t .is (a few extra v eights up to _C.) torsl 1. from I-t to l- t: milum, li rpw ri- r --t : rigo ethers brouLt irim il " to 14is: .ue 'rtit 10O 3d to 1t; iul'ts and inferior, iron 6i upwards ; bhst cross h.edrw.e frnom 11- to lfo (a iiu extra to 195); no merine we' oifferedl worthy vi notice. We have sold -1,270 e and wether- from Mount Gambler, at from Its tu Ot ; 2J1 wethers for Joseph Bel , Esq., Burewasn- East : and 322 ewes and wethers fr rMr. Johnston, Mtyurnin-, at current rates. Fat Lambs. 1.-37 letned, good and prime lo...
For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER VII—MY OWN ROMANCE BEGINS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
OR, ntX MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. :1 NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. Bkl TSFR V II-3MY OWN ROMANCE BEGIt. It is a dragon-fly life which a young girl leads in society, gleaming and glittering in the sunlight, in the radiance of chandelier-, upborne by the. breath of flattery, inhaling the perfume of the tears pressed from the flowers, vain of her charms in the short dream of -youth and beauty, which never-returns like that of the rose; a summer day, fleeting and cloudless, whose horizon the scarcely tdedzei imagination is busy in adorning with fairy-like Fata Morgana and golden castles in the air. When my father died I was just about to enter the narrow but gay circle which gathered around us. Until then I had innocently watched it with the eyes of a child, but at that time I first began to understand it. And just at that very moment the whole magical world suddenly disappeared; everything in and around us was silent until oar grief gradully lessened. I then ociet more lived in the world for a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
A C C 0 Uii T AN 'T, SCOTT STREET, Scol 'JT s:'rl:'l'r, FREEHHOLD P9 JV: itTE S . 1 . SALE freeukld properties in tice .arishls of ColIugnlik. Eliingainite, Jai. court, Timbo; i1. tand tl rtlake. Mlanifoll-street, t aninierdown T. IlANCOCiK, Sclicitcr, Trcctcr, and Ccr'nyLr cc? ulttAY-?lRtIET, CUOLAC. Attendance on Mondays. WYediesdays. irud Fridays MEDICAL NOTICE. D . PETTIGREW intimates that he will visit Coblien every Tuesday morning, and wiil receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemtist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. TO THE ELECTORS OF Villiers and Ileytesbury. GENTLEMEN,-I have the honor to in form you, that it is my intention to otfer myself for re eiection at the General Election. I shall visit various parts of the district prior to the day of election, and explain my views on matters of political interest. In the meantime Imay say that I coiisider that property should contribute its fair share of support to the expenses of Government. I have the honor to remain, Yours s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
HORSEUS. ESTABLISHED 1533. Lieutenant James's Blister You may turn your Horse to grass, or in a loose box, or yard, immediately after the application without a cradle or other re straint, as no Horse will gnaw it. It will never blemish. The hair returns in ten days. It may be used to a foal, however young. It will not touch the human haid. The horse may continue its accustomed labor. CaU'rroy.-None genuine without the signatures of the [ proprietors, R.S. JAMES and J. JAEs, are on the top label of every pot, as an S nexed. 4 c, GEN TS: FELTON, GRIMWVADE, AND CO., MEBOURNE. Extensively used 43 years. " Rowao of a spurios imitatin."' G-ATEF'UL CO7FOP0TflNG. EP P'S C O COA 35EAFAST. S"By a thorough knowledge of the ratural laws n hich govern the operations of diges tion and nutrition, and by a careful applica timn of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flacored lbererage which may save us manny heavy doct.rs oills. It...
THE ELECTIONS. MR. LONGMORE AT BEAUFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 May 1877
Tilt icn fi)Ný MR. LONGMORE AT BEAUFORT. At Mr. Longmore's meeting, held in the Societies' Hall, Beaufort, on Thursday even- ing, about 300 persons were present. Dr. Johnston was voted to the chair, who ex- pressed himself pleased to see so many in the hall, and in consideration of the long time Mr. Longmore had represented this constituency, he thought it unnecessary to make a speech, and at once introduced the candidate who said that at the last general election Mr. Francis brought forward what was called the Norwegian scheme, and he was compelled to vote against it, as it was giving the Council power to interfere in money matters. Mr. Francis then retired, and said his colleagues should retire also; they did not, carried on the Government of the country. They claimed to be the Francis Government, but declined to take up his scheme. They scarcely (lid any business; but the revenue falling off, Mr. Service, during the last session they held power, attempted to lower protective duti...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
L;:I.I?lNt; LVl:E iOC'K MARKET. IEEL, " ..; April 30. f. wl' . If. ittit ' tlllI Co. lp'lort : F}a: ,: - T; ; t,,lY t,-d. tas small Heavy SeiIht iull-ck, frv m ;1l1 l t~ £14; t.-liitul, £9 iit to£11,= ;: andc uwfrtl rn, to 6 !1t0. Fat Sheep A limit ts supply -,f i.i aheep. Large croabreds brn,,-'ht firma :+ to 21; mtcduii, from 10s tki to 13n ,i. 0We 'old a draft at Its o d. Ewes, from a t, I;t d. Fa. t L ibt- F,.n'm.i t'..ouS Store St ck. GI:ELOaN, April 30. hei.ar . 1eoruTe ?Nytot unti Co. report: F'at Catth-- r+ heo ,l rrde.l leat heI 30s to 37s 61 l,_tih. Ve ,,: head at up to £ 1its 6 Fat heep- A ftit spp all of :ond and prime quality, ind purc' w or p i tiv equal to late quotatiotts. Our .ales were, ', c, ,,trtI heolthers, from 17s to 10 6.I; 1i4 inueri- t ' rvt'.r i 31 t d,, 13S; 9ti ewes from i to t+, 13.' d; Mt.at . 31 at s I; :t56 cull ewes at 3? i. Tot . -:,es ti-. Fat L.ambs-A large num ber f, rri to ie ? t taokiutu entreule prices. Our "ales ,e'" 1:1 heatl fior :&...
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
WARRlNAI BOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WA.RnrRa oooL, April 28. Hepburn Ieonard and t ll re$er I sul pl:ea torward telow tie avert e. Attendancl of Iuyerm mull, but they bid freely for whatever stock met their areqirements. Prices quoted in oor lst isue. Fat Bull-tks increasing in demand; an of jprime quality iculd realise very satisfactodry ? . Store Cattle quite to cur I~ qo lat:ol ?;we.have severai.lots in priv treaty, and expect k dispose of -them in a few days. We can place about 1000 head of grown, stores, well bredand in a good editioil, at the highest current rates. In StteSheq'i o altera tion, enly good lots can :e placed at mutually matis. fattery pr ces. Pigs-tne demand has improved for stores: bacon pigs are givilg rromise of gradually improving prices. Horses retain the characteli le- that good sound serviceable animals are at all times s leable at h'gh prices; for inferior descriptions prices are not rel'able. Good milch'cows are wanted at good prices. ?\'?king luilocks ate ...
MR. MACPHERSON, CHIEF SECRETARY, AT HAMILTON. HAMILTON, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
MIR. M-ACPHIERSO3N CHIEF SECRE TAllY, AT HAMILTON. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRArH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). HIAMIiLTON, May 3. The hon. Mr. Macpherson addressed about live hundred of the electors of Dundas in the Town Hall, Hamilton, this evening. In the absence of the mayor, Mr. Laiddi i, J. P., took the chair. Mr. Macpherson said his colleague at the hea d of the Government. Sir James 11'Cnl. f hclh, in a speech. which was very explicit. tirn , and moderate, had explained at Warr iiambool the policy he considered best for the ci untry, and several other of his col leagues had spoken on matters connected f I with their respective departments. It was t his duty and pleasure to meet his constituents face to face, not so much to a reieat what had been said before, but to f give them his own views. and to afford them r the opportunity of questioning him as to his actions in' future. The other dayV at the opening to Dunkehl, he had said in a homely c way to the friends all round him that ...
MESSRS. BAYLES AND JONES AT COBDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
MESSRS. BAYLES AND JONES AT COBDEN. These gentlemen held a meeting last evening in the Temperance Hall, Cubden, at which there was a good attendance, Dr. Curdie in the chair. They went over the same ground as at Terang on Wedneaday evening, with some variations, and were very well received. A few questions were asked, and answered, andthe usual vote of con tidlence was accorded. The meeting was a very orderly and attentive one.
THE ELECTIONS. MESSRS. BAYLES AND JONES AT TERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
TUHE ELECTIOA 5S. MESSRS. BAYLES ANi) JONES AT TERANG. The hon. William Baylos and the hon.. Joseph Jones appeared at Ter:ag on Wed esday evening, as caitdidatts for Villiers and Ieytesbury, to address the electors. The hall of the Mechanics' Institute was quite full, and Mr. D. S. Walker was called to the chair, and briefly introduced the can didates. Ir. Payles spoke first, and began by say ing that the last parliament hai passed one good act, the Local Government Act, and that he had taken a great deal of interest in it. Under that act, a large endowm?ent was secured to the shires and other local bodies, but, as this act would expire in 187), the next parliament, if it lasted so long, would have to make tcme further rotisi.n in re ference to this matter. If the subsily pro vided fcr by the Local Government Act was not ccuntinued, his opinion was that the (;overnment shonld take the maintenance of t he main reads into their own hands. There had, as they knew, tcen protracted discu...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
-ýNG1.TSiI MAIL TAB3LE 1877 Fntt1 EcOLAND. Lcatc Li'o!oz LeatVvo London Arrives n'ia Siuthatnmjon, Ia Brindisi. at Melh truie. Taaniir 11 Janu tri. 191 March (1 Fehruary . Fehhntr lii 6April 3 March 9 Mrch 16 Matv 9 Apiri! 5 Anrirt 13 3!ay `t Mat 3 Mar 11 ' ,ho Jne. Ma}y 31 dare 5 July Junte ?S Jnuly ti anst 21 Ju 26A t.3 itelitrler . is AilLlt t. . 3f Q1l 1 Octt,h'r . 16 :ettiii+iýhtrr 20_ Sei t tiher 8S Not othier.. 13 Llctiii.c- 13 Ui'.ltr _6 leitlutiher . 11 Not'r o+er o1Nsthr -23 .1ioiiarc.1iSS S 5rtrt;: inc: 1; L -ember °_i Fclruarsry . 5 I aittiat--, .s 51ru ii Lcur lrrrc+Lr vm~ riceat Lndo S9 \jrr 19 Mrh M ar mit 1x1 ittite 14 0 .. 7tie . 11 11a' 1 ul . 3 .lul% . Vr r ýt Septemer 24I October . . 1 -:iqit tnber .4 Ocrtaer Octoh.bor 'i i),utoet-. 4,Noermbier 1!) N Soi;tic * \noeinber eDecemttber 17 DecembLetr 4 Novetmiter . F9 Janutry . 14 JaInuart 1t 7 7s ttecenrber . ' February 11 1February . 18
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
'1 ELW~IFF N Ft LIVE' ~STCK MARK E' MELBOURNE, May 2. Mrsrrc. 11 t bshank. lEinl(onie andl co. re;"!rt:-F'a I ittI.-I,:' 0 head yarded, a full attetd (i tral-'., ati price si bet peni ruled fully higher in 1:r, L1 .I rime j en- Liullocks brueeght from 4l Ic Lo t 13 I I '; t tic, rinrm ul to L t liii:; middlit, 1..: I it. t-ir, fr in £7 upwartla. Coews in propr: - Fa Sh.. p-TIhe ituotber penned ateu~tr nti ,I, I' 0 Prunae meriotnwetlttrs in btrisk knti t .t. . erhr. but rt. tFtew ered. !,n a- rrl -y tlttble -tlyi -i;i on the whole util r ' l' i, m ni , Gtldeacrtuisttut u" '"i te". iit ~ t ccill-' foty. C, adpice 1 - ' L-t-e hralt Mrurh FIirun ii tilt-.i~i fl,.tIrtirI ud pt
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
EARLIER 'I'ELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH \VALES SYDNEY, May 2. Mr. Parkes is progressiug slowly, but is still too ut.well to attend to business. The estimates were laid on the table of the Assembly this evening. A meeting of metropolitan and subl. urban mayors was held to-day, to cenusider the question of the Municipalities Act. The final arrangements for the ma ch, Trickett v. Rlish, will be made to-m:orrow. Mr. Robinson, a photographer, obtained a verdict against llarnett. a money lender, with damages £230, for assault. For best brands Adelaide Ilour £19 is new being askcd. At Terrara it has rained heavily since Sa turday nimght, and at "hialh:Lven the river is bank high, but is now go~.g down slowly. The river at Windlsr has risen thiety feet, and is now alnost at a standstill. .iore rain is threatening The Cheviot, s., left Jervis Bay for Syd. ney at four this afternoon. Svt$NEY, \Ma 1 The I'lumicer is still very unawll, and wiil be incap-,aciated for ofiicial duty for some time to conue...
TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
TASMANIA. HOBART TowN, May 3. The Treasurer's budget shows the revenue last year was £313,000 odd. The expenditure this year is estimated at £318,500, to which is to be added the interest of the main line railway, and a proposed outlay on public works, making a total of '£395,000, proposed to be made up by is ina the pound on the value of township properties, 2d. per acre on out side lands, and an income tax at the rate of 2k per cent. It is proposed to abolis!h the import duty on sheep and cattle, and some other acticles. Also to reduce the tobacco duty to Gd per pound. The budget is received with disfavor.
WHY MR. SHAW RETIRED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
WIn'B MR. SIHA IV RETIRED. TO TIlE EDITOR OF THE CURONICLE. Siu,-I have been told that a rea.snu for my withdrawing from contesting the elrctor. ate of Ripon and I-amlpden, is due to the electors. When resigning I gave the reason that in retiring, 1 did so, " to simllify the Issue." In other words not to divide lie votes of those electors, ' ho felt, as I fe:t, that we, as a constituency, were disgraced by the representative we then had. I saw that many voters favorable to myself, were still desirous to support Mr. Morton, if they thought he could wrest the seat from the gentleman, who si unworthily he Id it ,lur:ug last session. In fact, the ldesie iwch mlny was to vote fr the ,ome who had the hest chances of beating Mr. Longmore. I had no i ish or desire to sit in Parliament, and am Mr. Morton was once a meemCler, ite kiew better than I did how t, win an hlectiin, but chlluly nlv reason was, that by rerieng, the olject I had in first offering im' Iel ounld be attained, namely, the...
HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2ND, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877
IIAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. re cI d ORDIN ARY MEETING. at WEIEIt.SDAY, MAY 2sD, 1877. in Present - Crs. Buchanan; Walker, th Curdie, Scott, a, Greeves, to In the a ? ?e of °l'ipre`idnt, Cr. a Buchanan was c eto the chair, and the at minutes of the last ietilig were read and confirmed. , r It was then agrebd to take the nmost urgent of the correspondence into consi- 5 deiation with such other matters only as did not admit of delay. CORRESPON'DENCE. a Letters were then read from the follow- h ing persons, and disposed of in the man ner described below. C From Susan Banks applying for. a release from the payment of her rates. From George Couch and others calling C attention to the inpassable state of the road ever Curdie's river, and suggesting the necessary repairs required before the weather breaks-To be considered with next year's works. From Alexander Wilson, of Terang, calling attention to the overflow of water on his land, and referring to the fact of a sum of money having been place...