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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE., January 9. The steamer Coorong is aground, between Pelican and Snapper Points, and is not ex pected to het off untill Saturday's high tide. No blame is attached to Captain 1),well, as the accident was caused by the absence of lights and a deceptively high tide. Three hundred and thirty-nine tenders have been received for the conveyance of mails. Twenty thousand bushels of wheat have been sold at 5s. 4d. for milling purposes, and 600 tons of town flour at £13 lis.
[?] NAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
FRo( EnetoL D. Leazes London Leaves London Arrives Via Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January . 19 °March . . 8 February . 8 February . 16 April . 3 3 3Iarch S March . . 16 May . 1 Anril . 5 April . . 13 May . . 29 Ma . 3 May . 11 June. . May . 31 June . 8 July . . 24 June . 28 July . 6 August . July ' . 26 Augtst 3 September. 11 AnILt . 23 Au lust 31 October. . I September. 20 Sepnember 2s November. 11 October . IS October . 26 December . 1 November 15 November 23 January, 187 5 December 13 December 21 February . s FaoM VICTORIA. Leaves Arrives London Arrives at London Melbourne. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton T=r:a-ry, . 25 tarch . 12 March . . 19 February . 22 April . . 9 April . . . 16 Ma?rch . 22 May . . 7 May 14 April. . . 17 June. . 4 June . . . 11 May . . .15 July . . 2 July . 9 June . . . 12 July . . 30 Auuet . . 6 July . . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 22 October . . 29 October . 4 November...
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
MARKETh, BALI,.BAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BXILAR:AT, January 9. lesara. Flkn ii and ilbeenH report: rat Cottle-7 10 yarded, half of which were stores, and only a 'ery small proportion being suitable for trade relaircments. There was a moderate attendance of u e:s. and i.e.t cattle in sold at late rates, medium nwirly ercected. Averages-31r. Polkinghorne, 30 1 !c- s. .s10: Mr. Adams, 19 do, £9 15s 6d; Mr. . rd. 17 do, £9 7 ; Lamb, 92 do, £6 9s 6d We :t ?3 head of light weight medium cattle for Mr. J. L Currie, Larra, bullocks at from £10 to £6 17e 8, cow? to L. 5 : i1 head fur Mr. C. W. Clifford, Tersug, bullocks at from £9 17s 6d to £8 10s; 30 for Msane Malone Bros. and others, at full rates.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDsNE, January 9. Parliament met again this afternoon. The house in which the small.pox patient died was to-day destroyed by fire. A man named Laughran has been arrsete' on auspicion of being concerned in the stick. ing-up case at Ten Mile Creek, and other robberies. The weather is still very hot. The Suez mails were delivered orerland this morning. The approaching meeti?g of the OlIs Innes Jockey Club will be the best yet held there. Zanco and ,Merry Monarch have bse scratched for all engagements. The Alice Mary from Mauritius, brings 716 bags, and 1939 packages of sugar. The revenue returns show a net balaece to 31st December, to the credit of she Eon. solidated revenue, of £273,807. The returns for the quarter ending December show an increaseof £278,077, as cot, pared with the corresponding quarter of last year. The total revenue for the year was £5,037,661, shlowing an increase over last year of £19,35S. The Customs yielded £1,000,000, inc...
COAL NEAR SKIPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
COAL NEAR SKIPTO?\. A iew days ago we alluded to a discovery of coal that had been made in the bed of the Emu Creek, about a mile from Skipton. Further explorations have shown the dis covery to be of great value The seam has already been proved to he 2ft. 6in. thick run uing vertically, and the fuel is thought to eon. tait a large quantitp of carbon. A gentleman from Newcastle who was there when coal was first struck has pronounced the samge shown to him to be quite as good as that obtained on the surface, but the experiments that have been made with the blowpipe corrobcrate that view. Mr. A. Clinton, \Mr. E. Morer, and others, have taken the matter in hand, and intend to test it thoroughly. They have secured 200 acres of freehold on the supposed run, and have besides applied for theSkipt.n Common, which embracesan area of640acrcs. on Saturday Mr. Clinton proceeded to Mel bourne for the purpose of showing specimens of the coal to the Government, and a sample has also been left at th...
MR. SHAW'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
MR. SItAW'S REPLY. Gentlemen, Among the first letters placed in my hands on my return home after a lengthened holiday, was your requisition asking me to hold myself in readiness to be nominated whenever a vacancy should occur in the representation in Parliament of the Counties of Ripon and Hampden. I am much pleased to find on the requisition, names of electors I have known so long. My reply must be very simple. For the reasons you state, I feel it imperatively in cumbent on every man who can serve our common country, to do so. I am at liberty, and in the present position of affairs, most willing, and indeed, anxiously desirous to do something for the. country which has does so much for me. Itherefore place my. saf iM your hands, and at the proper time shall be ready to be nominated, and to place before you my political opinions. Thanking you warmly and heartily for yoat expr?sed confidence i me. . I am. &c., ., THOMAS SHAW.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRA1AJIS USTRALIAm A4ISOCI'ATED PRESS TEI.EO?.AI LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURINE, January 10. Mr. Meickle's resignation as locomotive superintendent, is not in any way attri butable to the .action of Mlr. Rigin. botham in reference to the Pluenix Foundry engines, as stated.I The locomotive superintendents of the various colonies have been asked to form a board in reference to the construction of these engines. The Vicar-General is to install the Bishop of Melbourne to-morrow, and a comissioner will be appointed. Mr. Gladman, B.A., has been selected in England, as Training Superintendent for our schools. Members of the conference on dupli. cating the cable, are; likely to leave for Sydney at the end of nest week. It is not yet known positively who will repre. sent this colony. The Government have taken legal pro ceedings in connection with the death of the apprentice Holden, on board the Autiope. Wheat, 5s 5d.
REQUISITION. To Thomas Shaw, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
REQUISITION. To Thomas Shaw, Esq., Sir, We, the undersigned electors of the Counties of Ripon and Hampden for the Legislative Assembly, and knowing that there must be a general election ere long, caused either by a dissolution or- the expiry of Parliament by etfluxion of time, and being highly dissatisfied with the conduct of our present representative, in having allied himself to a factious minority in the House, wbo, by their conduct, are degrading the usages and fonms of Parliament to purposes for which they were never intended, where= by, while covering themselves with ridicule, they are doing such an incalculable amount of injury to the people and institotions of the country, as will tax the wisdom and energy of better men for yearsto counteract, we fear their conduct will also have the etfect of driving a good many men from the House, and deter .thers from 'eler entering it, and having had long experience of your thorough honesty and independence as a member of our various loc...
RIPON AND HAMPDEN REQUISITION TO THOMAS SHAW, ESQ. JUN., WOORIWYRITE, AND HIS REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
RIPON AND HAMPDIN REqUISITION TO TOHOMA 8sHA, EsQ. JUN., WooZIwYrITs, AND His RILT.' The following requisition presented to Thomas Shaw, Esq., Wooriwyrite, on his return from England, to allow himself to be put in nomination for the representa j tion of Ripon and Hampden in the Legis j lative Assembly, with that gentleman's reply to it, has been handed to us for o publication. These documents are fur f ther referred among the news of the day.
NO SUNDAY BEER YESTERDAY'S ARGUS [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
NO SUNDAY BEER fr YELTERDAY'S ARGUS e A correspondent whose letter appeared T in our issue of Monday, draws our attention to Ihe extent to which Sunday trading is carried on by the publicans, the law to the contrary notwithstanding. "During my ramble round town and the suburbs to-day," Sunday, he says, "I noticed that most of the h publicans were treating the new law with marked contempt. Business was very brisk tl in some of the suburban houses, and the 'travellers'-from six years upwards-were taking supplies to their far-off homes--10 mifes-not inwardly, but in jugs and bottles enveloped in a table cloth or towel" -the meaning of which is, of course, that the statute which renders it illegal to supply s liquor on Sunday is being as openly violated aa now as it was before Mr Gillies masterpiece re ceited qisExcellency'sasscent. Of course, no to one ever'dreamt for a moment that it would make any alteration: People will go on as t heretofore getting what they require on cl Sunday or...
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
WAKR RNAI BOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WAmRcSvMBOOL, January 6. Tesera., Repbera, leaoard, aid im report :-In consequence of the continued inhenceol the holidays the small amount of stock forwarded met with a very limited attendance. These circumtances prevent our offering a report that would fairly repre -?at the state of the market at the prent time, but to give our constituents an ide of ti demmnd in thie locality for grown cattle, we have now on our books purchasers or 1600 head, in lots varyIng from 100 to o00 each. In store cattle we cannot quote y aer tfon. Store sheep, merinoes, are now slghtlyimprov ing in demand; we sold a lot of full-mouthd wel erha at satltactoryprices. Horse-We have now an adin buyer in the market, and we shall begladto beadised ulany lots suitable forthat market. Pigs are making vendors'prices. We would agin call the attenton of our friends to the sale Camperdownon thel2th intant when we shall offer for public compettion 1000 head superior grown cattle. Our...
BUSHRANGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
BUSIIRANGING IN EW' SOUTH WFALES. A correspondent at Albury sends the following particulars to The A rd u of a case of bushrauiung which has just oc curred in that neighborhood :-Oa Sun day last, a report was received'at the :Al buty police station of a robbery under arms which had taken place in the neigh borhood of Ten Mile Creek on the proe vious evening. The circumstances of the affair are substantially these. About 37 miles from Albury, on the main Sydney road, and about three miles from Qer ton, is a small store kept by a maa named Bounds. The house is a nmore roadside store, doing business principally with teamsters the place beingaconvenient and favorite camping-ground. About half past 10 on Saturday night, two men rode up to the store on horseback and one of them dismounted and:giit his horse into the charge of his companion entered the house. Pr94tscigt wo revolvers and presenting on?e~:seordredtlhe inmates of the store-M-r, qutrids aad his wife, and a girl aboutli years o...
GEELONG WOOL MARKET. GEELONG, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
GEELOMG WOOL MARKET. Gm oG, January 9. Mfenrrs. ichbard MellcUh and Co. rerts- We held our first sale of wool this year at the Free Library to-4y. - There was a full attendance of both local and metropolitan buyers. Competitllon ws brisk, notably for superior lots, at late quotations, but for medium and inferior sorts there ws no Ina. prorement, prices beiag somewhat Irregular. We sold geeasy fleece from 7id to lid; lambs, Sd to 11d; pieces, 3Sd to 7yd; locks, 2d.
GLENORMISTON SHORTHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
GLENORiMISTON SHORTHORN?6. After the NB cattle had been disposed of, the sale of the Glenormiaton Shorthorns was then proceeded with by Mr. Sievwright. The amimals, however, were not in very good condition, they having only been taken off the grass the day previous-and this no doubt accounts for the low prices they fetched. The following is a list of those sold. Major Lincoln, rich roan, calved 10th September, 1S75.-Gotby President Lincoln.-James Alexander, Woodhouse, Penshurst, 150 Gas. Maximilian, red and white, calved 23rd February, 1875.-Got by President Lincoln.-T. C. Murray, Wvarrions, Colac, 135 Ga. Michigan, rich roan, calved 4th October, 1875. Got by President Lincoln.- C. B. Fisher, 150 Gs. 128 Duke of Derrimut, red roan, calved 27th June, 1873.-Bred by Richard Morton Esq.. Mount Derri mut.-Got by 2nd Duke of Brunswick.-A. C. Edding ton, 220 Gas. 10 Pure Shorthorn Bulls, from 12 to 16 months old - No. 1. Red, by Franciscan.-S. Harris, Keilambete, 50Gs. No. 2. Red and white...
SECOND ANNUAL SALE OF THE HON. NIEL BLACK'S PURE NB SHORTHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
SECOND ANNUAL SAL9 OF THE RON. NISEL BLACK'S PUASE NB SHORTBORN8. S-:-----~-- The second annual sale of the Hon. Niel Black's pure NB Shorthorn Cattle took place on Tuesday last the 16thinst, in the yards specially erected for last year's sale, on the Terang Road, about 11 miles from Camperdown The attendance which was estimated at 600 persons, was larger than on the previous occasion, andincluded buy ers from all parts of the colonies. The total number of cattle submitted for sale was 207 head, and, without a single excep tion, all were sold. The pedigree bull King of Clubs, and the pedigree heifer, Marguarite, were at first passed, there being no offer for either, but they were again submitted, at the request of a number of buyers, after the shorthorn bulls had been disposed of, and were sold for 150 and 250 guineas respectively. After time had been allowed for the inspection of the cattle, an adjournment was made to the luncheon, which was tastefully laid out in a lengthy tent at...