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WAR IN THE EAST. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. FURTHER WAR NEWS. LONDON, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

H AR IN THE EAST. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) kEUTIR'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRES~S TILTrOLAMS. FUI?"ER WAR NEWS. LoNoDO, May 2. Important operations on the Danube are not expected until the end of May. Hobart Pasha has run the blockade of Galatz, abd reports that the Russians are massihg troops, laying down torpedoes, and arming boats with the apparent object of an attack upon Dobuidseha. France is neutral. LoNDoN, MAY 1. The Russians have attacked Kars, a strongly fortified city in Turkish Armenia, but the result is not yet known. The decision is awaited as to whether the Khedive helps Turkey. The Roumanian deputies have adopted a convention with Russia, assuring the Russian troops a friendly passage through Roumanian territory. The passages of the Dardanelles and of the Bosphorus are closed at night. Entland and Italy ohlerve neutrality.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AIJELAIDE, May 3. Another case of small pox has occurred on the British Enterprise. William Farrell, who was assaulted with stone at Wallaroo the mines, lies in a precarious condition. Wheat is firm, holders talk of 8s.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 3. The treasurer estimates his expenditure at £1,428,000, and his revenue at £5,308,000, including £400,000 surplus from last year, arising from lapsed votes. Over £2,000,000 is estimated from land sales this year. The flood in the Nepean and Hawkes bury are falling, but the weather is still unsettled. Rush and Trickett row for the cham pionship and £200 on the thirtieth. Plans and sections of the extension of the railway to Albury are laid on table.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

Keating's Cough Lozenges, COMPOSEDof the purest articles. These Lozenges contain no opium, nor any deleterious drug; therefore the most delicate can take them with perfect confidence. Their be'.eficial effect is speedy and cer tain. This old unfailing family remedy is daily recom mended by the most eminent Physicians for the cure of 00UGHS, SASTHMA, BE1ONCCITIS, ACCUVMLATIO T OF PILEGM. COPY OF TESTIMONIAL. Mr. T. IEATING. Indian Medical Service. Dear Sir.-Having tried your L',zen:es in India, i hLavc ne lh pleasure ia testifyjing to their heneficial eltect in cases in lncipliellt Consumption, Asthma, and BIronchial Affections. I have prescribed them largely, with the best results. W. B. G- , Apothecary, I.3LS. KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES are prepared by Tulo?os KE.\rtso, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, and sold by all Chemists, in boxes, and tins. keliting's Bon. buons or Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both in appearance and taste, furnishing a most agreeable method of adm...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

OR, THIE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. ,'ltAPrTEIt VIII -ECGEYIE'S FATE. We ha:1 spent the latter portion of the sumnner in pleasant seclusion on the shore of oine of the mountain lakes in South Germany, and had had very little inter course with the strangers in the neighbor hood. Myv mother had sought the strengthen- I ing air of the spot to recover from a serious illness which had repeatedly at tacked her and aroused great anxiety in the minds of the physicians. She now felt perfectly well again, though evidently haunted by a certain fear about her state of health. Her moods were variable, and often very trying; disease had produced a visible effect upon her disposition. 1 was melancholy, and often extremely depressed. Years of over-exertion hald undoubtedly also undermined Marie's health. The sacrifices she had made to save her mother from auxiety had been too great; the nights spent in toil had exhausted her vital energies just at the time they were striving ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

T. iANCOCK, Solicitor, Proctcr, and Conveyancer MURRAY-STREET, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays, ald Fridays. MEDICAL NOTICE. D R. PETTIGREW intimates that he will visit Cobden every Tuesday mnorning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. Wimn. IIAMILTON, Janr'., (Late of Mortlake) SEED IERCLNII.I'T, AND General Conunission Agent, 67 QUýEN STiUEE ', .M,:LBOURNE. tN the seed line W. 1I. devotes special attention to GRASS Sr:. DS, makin4 uu:shty a first considera tion, and trusts that Li coonisal experience as a farmer in growing and saving Agricultural Seeds. and in the management of Artificial Pastures, will enable hun to give satisfaction to all who may favor him with orders. In the Agency Business W. HI. undertakes the following : Stock, Estate, and Financeal Agency ; Sale of Wool, either in the Colony, or in the Lonlon marvet, also cf General Produce in MIeiaouree. Selection and Purchase of Agricultural Machinery, and oth...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

C:GEE.ONL S',TATION PRODUCE .\1A? li ET G EELO\s, ,Maly 1. 5teepskini. - , e offered a large quantity of skins to the usual br!ya?r, '.ith .atiifactory results, prices being finu at lalt week's' ratts. We sold butcher's skins, at eromn 30d. to 42d for Intrin?os; and 4Id. to 54d forcross-breds; station skains, brought from lad to 391 aiidl totd per lb Iilw'.- 1t fair demand Gree?# 1idt, 3id to 3:1 ;wet salted, 14. to 5ld. calf skins,^ 4t.per lb.r GEELONG, May 1. MIesrs oren,). ii ynllcl( L and (U. report: Shaey.skin :.-- W i 1a arr., a attenda:ce of buyers at uurasle to.u-h', whai w , offered about 5,vO( skins. CO nf titi ' siprite:, anid we cleared all cut at lri.a ec:a'l t.) last wetek's. Iest butchers' skins br ught ,marino,.;; l to 3'; 1 : crsbre is, :!awd to 48d; extr large, tar 50da ; full-wooled skuit, t to ted ; meditun? skins, firm 24d tv Sd ; I unilkius, t, 3d ; dry skins, tn 61d p-r lb llii. s.-A mall -urj ly, au I prices the sanu? a:; lt wt-ek. Wet ?alted bronraht 3jd to ...

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MR. SHAW AT GEELONG WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

MR. SHAW AT GcrELO)SG WEST. The ?ohre candiditte addressedl the e'ec t?,rs of Geolont Wd, at their Bm-ouch Rall last e\'ening. There were about CO electors presen', and the chair was taken hy 1\r. Thos. Stoneman in the absence of NMr. Chas. Andrews. The chairnin briefly in troduced the eardi'date. and on his behalf a iskhed for a patient hearing. Mr. Shaw then s?;l he come ho -f'r them . str'."go'-. He hid ,oxver done an.vtiti, aqainst CG-elno W\e, but h' wol 1 ,1, il ne could for it if rlecteiu. FT cave themr, short account of !,:s enre-r. rnd 1,e',,re ,i v ine them his poilit;.,l ,oini.n. he .-,k them to vote f,,. .:im ;f t"-., a?: '! ,'" hi -i, nroposals. but if not, all 1'-vn :n' ,. thlem was ton :ve l in n ?"tient t r. - ct t,.ti gave them anil a' a nt oi t!0e requli-ti 1n tc had receivel. :,cand i,-rersm0ls l he 1: : retired from tic ...- ini, al at 1,inon ::wt 'Hampden He thn It the Ie,_is'ari, n i f the conutry shou)i hie carrie I i, in a ,udt, ordierlv, and colnstitltinoial...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

Special Advertisements. BRISCOE AND CO., WEOLESALE IRONMONGERS.. 11 Collins-street, East, • Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MIELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF 1Whole of Retail Stock at Previous ti re-buildinr. IDR. PETTIGREW, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND PUBLIC VACCINATOR, CHURCH STREET, CAMPERDCWN. Home for Consultation-Morning, from 9 to 10.30; Evening. from 6 to 8. Money to Lend. £10, O TOLEND at 6PER CENT VV on good secunrity. RI. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colac. Ripon & llampden Election. MIR. G. G. MORTON WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS IN THE MECHANICS' HALL, CAMIPERDOWN, oN I Saturday Evening Next, lAY the 5th, 1877. AT EIGHT O'CLOCK, P.M., SHARP. By Order, E. B. U STAN WORTH. Hlion. Secretary, 3Morton's Camperdown Counmittee. April 3O, 1577. Pi'pon : lha !lIpden Election THE HON. F. LONGMORE WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as -unmder: IN TIIE \IEC IANICS' HALL, CAMrPEIi6WN, (If available) onday s revening, May 7th, At Half-past Seven o'clock.. At DARLINGTON, on Tuesday. May 8th at 12 ...

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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

FRIDA , MA Y 4, 1877. To-onRRnow will be a memorable day in Camperdown : memorable as nomination day, and memorable as the day on which M1.. MRTroN will address the electors, and seek their suffrages at the poll on Friday next, that is to say, on this day wweek. On Monday next, IR. LoNG moPn will also address thi elcetors in Camtperdown, and we be'peak'.t fai ihear= ing for him, bhelievinig,- as.1we a!lO,.that there is noth iig to be gaiined by violence on either sid'-_iiterbIuv? speeakens t r hearers, and that tel i f t or. ' i tiln i - perdown will Ie.t contilt their credit anid e pecetaility bd I iilwi;itg the exaiplt jl l hl'ct rs ,f Teran: ,n Vedt.s ? i st. l his\t hile \lcssrs. ]Bai it and Joit were spteakiti, there wa:is a gotid tdial of hardl hitutig, which mistl have b iiin 'etrV raspiig to tlat electt,:s in both :i,i, ti thie ilUstin. = nid n whti n the questitnisi wit s ,-i'i,? rn, this i wt- ilttacl Illlelit "tic iille t Iall Ik pt thl'ir tellll'p S both lispeakers and h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

Literature. S'HE "Onpcr'bol u Cn oniudc," With w hich "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated is PUBLISHED RV ERT an TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, li IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT T E OFFICE, in MAN IFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. in SUBSCRIPTION- in Per quarter .. .. .. .. ds. dd. posted .. ... . 7s. ltd. co Sub-cribers can only discontinue at the end of a tin quari r, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on On the p.w letit of all arrears ADveaRTISto (irdin:ry Advertisements, per inch .. 3s Per inlh, per quarter .. .. 15s A cansiderable reduction if advertisements are in serted fir a lengthened period. ll\,ertiements must specify upon the face of them the nlmiber of times they are to be inserted, or they will 1,e cltintted until countermanded, and charged. A All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of ad~ ertisements, must be in writing, and should be dent in nut later than mid-day on Mondats and pr Thursdays. AGENTS- Ca Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat . .. ). ...

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MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

1MiARKET-. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MAIRKET. BALLARAT, May 1. lea-rs. Flsken 8aIicd ;ibhson renort : Fat Cattle-4 5 yarded, nearly 103 of these were stores, the retnainder were from medium to prinme quality. There was a large attendance of botil tirns and ntuntry tuyers, ahd sales opened at ahuit last w--tek's values, t ut the market declined i':llC i's a hend at the close.-Averages-Mr. J. ThirJn, SO huilock, LI2 s d t; Messrs. C. and A. Fin ia, SS do. L1 5Is 3d; Messrs. J. and P. Manif&i1. i' do, Li i i i: 45 cows. L9 05 st : i Mr. J. G. r ,,re. 37 n"iii'teks. LS 10s 7,1, 31 cows, . I ',. i We s:: I--S6 S:h. - for Mesars. C. ari .1. I'mtilay, Glenoruiston, t ir, m Ll, I2s td to L19 .. I ti-h tihe top price of the iayi : 7 head for Me?;' J.. and P. Manifold, 'Purrsunl?tte. hullocTk (lch:cldy wasters) at from L13 15s to .10 17it;di. ws- (chietrold), at from L1012 tld to I 1"Is di;: ::t for P. lMoloney, Glenormiston, chiefly stores, at I.; : 1store steers for MIr. 3I. ritflith, at ...

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THE WEATHER IN SYDNEY SYDNEY, May [?] [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

ITHE W1E. lTItIL', IX SY )NEY . A strong svutherly gale blew all l.,, but abatet somele hat towards evnin. ta, tire is a heavy sea on the coast and "l' the -H *ds, and it ii still raiing. T. e ,f .:' rt ui of the intF rc'l.,aial hat h:t htea , .t' p,, :ed. The weather tel'egrams th:s r:t i.: report a heavy dtollin+ur at fl rnta, where the Nepean has nien 2Oit. In thl+ \\indsor district there is every p ita.. t a tflood. The Hiawkeabury has rI:, t, above the bridge, and is still ritr.o At Richumnd also the water is over the br:ie, and rising fast. Rain has fallh- at :,t a, hill Ent!, byl.tone, Mulgee, G1t I, . \«'t lington, and IDbho. SY tI:Y, Evenint., M 1 1 The sea ha; gone dowu, but it is }ill raining in torrents. At Winmlt r t1.e tver is about ten feet labore the bridge, a:dl ri.,ng fast. The water is rapidly sprteadlng r t\r the low lands, and a heavy tood is at: ,. pated. Tw, inches and a half of rani hae Tallen at Iorbes, and continues. Telegrams from Carca?r distric: repor .1...

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GEELONG NOMINATIONS GEELONG, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 May 1877

GEELONG NOMINATIONS   (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT GEELONG May 3 Nomination papers and deposits were       lodged with the returning atiofficer to-day by Messrs. Graham B___ Robert de ___       Johnstone, Charles JohKe__ and John M__   ters Garrett for Geelong. Mr. Ash has retired from Barwon          

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GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877

GR1AIN, FLOUR, AND i'ROVISION MARKET. M1ELBOtRNE, iMay 2. Messrs. Lord and Iliughes' report:--ince our lost rcl:Nrt, a dcid'-d iumprovement has taken place in Sthm -e,rk.,.t f.r 'r re:ldtutfs and a large business has been de-n' at advanced r.,tes. Wheat-The receipts are by rail, 6,556 bags ; coastwise, 1,615 bags; of the latter, 1,025 bags arrived fromn New Zealand. The arrv..Is by rail are heavy, notwithstanding this the marsket is hardening, and hlkely to still further advance. sales at the cimee of last week were made at 6s 10d to Cs 10"d for prime northern. Yesterday 7s was obtained fir a fair sized parcel of prime northern, and tr-day ] Jd wtas obtained for a small parceL priv.tely we '?il a small lot of western at ts 3d. New Ze:!and wiseat has been sold at 5s to 5s 3d accoising to qu:,lity. H.ur--The receipts are-by rail, 3,959 lgs. At the co.mmeneenent of the.present week, ca.es of the bect country brands were made at L15, suh:eqluently, L15 10s was realised at auction. Holde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877

Special AdvertiuementL T. EANC8oC , Solidtw, Iroctor, and Caonyrseu MURAYV-aTRnRT, C oLAO. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. IEDICAL NOTICE. DR. PETTIGREW intimates that. he Swill .visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. MILK$, ICl(E KbEý, MIELLINUERIY, MAN'IL114 BARKLY iO 1 ) A. PATON, FAMILY DRAPER. MOORABOOL STrEET GEELONG. DrTS3omkijg executed in first class style. TalOrUg at lowest prices, fit guarantced. HKN' AND IOTIS' CLOTHING, CARPETS, MATTINGS, & FLOORCLOTHS. S E L 0 IT G. I'wl/rorN,' FIIrflDiM. $kcet/ug$. Uhlawkca. BRIISCOE AND . CO., WEOLhSALE IRONMONGEBZS. 11 Collins-street, East, Irone Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street. North. MELBOURNE . S?,W SELLLNG OFF Whole of Retail Stock at G R.EA T: : R: E D UiG T I O N Previous to re;buildint. DR. PETTIIREW, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND PUBLIC VACCINATOR, CHURCH STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Home for Consultation-Morning, from 9 to 10.30; Eveni...

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MR. MORTON AT DARLINGTON. DARLINGTON, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877

iMR. MORTON AT DARLINGTON. FROM OUIT OWN CORRESFONDENT. DARLI?GTO, Nay 7. Mr. Morto?liet the electors at the Temrn perance ifallat noon, this day, and'received a very attentive .hearing. Mr. Laird was voted to the chair. There were about 15 to 20 electors piesesit, the meeting resulting rather favorably to Mr. Morton. A vote of confldeulce, was moved by Mr. M'Donald, seconded by Mr. Beaton, and carried. A vote of thanks was then carried to the chairmapn, and the 5setiLg dispersed.

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MR. DWYER AT CORDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877

MIR. DW!YER AT COBDEN. Mr. Dwyer the opposition candidate for Villiers and Heytesbury held a mce:inu" at Cobden on Friday evening, at which sixty to seventy persons were in attead tece. Mr. Shentield oceupied the chair, and Mr. Dwyer addressed the meeting in much the same way as he had previously done at Mortlake and Terang, of which the follow ing may be taken as the substance. He vas in favor of aland tax. He showed from Mr. Rayter's statistics, that 5,000,000 acres were held by 35,000 holders, 3 000,000 acres by 5000 persons, and the balance of the land alienated at the present time, of 5,000,000 acre*, was the property of 323 persons. The last-named was equal in fertility to the first, and should therefore support the same popu lation. The squatters employed on their 5,000,000 acres only about 6000 persons, while the 35,000 holders employed on their 5,000,000 acres 88,030 persons, including men. women, and children. The station hands averaged £40 per year wages. The farm laborer...

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THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877

THE GENERAL ELECTION?S. THE NOMINATIONS. The following is a list of the candidates whose nomination papers have been dule lodged with the returning officers for th districts they are seeking to represent :-Min isterial, 53; Opposition, 92 ; Independent' 47 ; Doubftul, 8.. Two members of the Ministry have been returned unopposed, the Premier Sir James M'Culloch, for Warrnam bool, and the Chief Secretary Mr. Macpher son, for Dundas. Mr. Service was unop posed for Maldon, and Mr. J. Gavan Duffy for Dalhousie. The figures denote the number of members wanted; then follow the names of the candidates, with capital letters attached, M meaning Ministerial, 0 Opposition, I Independent, D Doubtful. Ararat, 1: W'Lellan, M; D. Gaunson, 0. Avoca, 2: J. M. Grant, 0: H. B. Daly, I; B. G. Davies, I. Ballarat East, 2 :J. James, 0; D. Brophy, 0; Jas. Ruuell, 0; W. T. C. Kelly, 0; MacDermott, M. Ballarat West, 3: James Campbell, I; G. R. Fincham, 0; Major Smith, O; H. Bell, O. Barwon, 1: Levien, I; J. ...

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 May 1877

SNGLTSH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. , Leav- r 'l ,n Leaves London Arrives "ia Southarliwton Via Brindii. at Melbourne. anuar 11 January . 19 March .:, 6 Fbruary . 8 February 16' April . March . 8 March. 16 May . Aril . April . . May Ma\ 3 %av . .11 June. ; May 21 June .8 July . 24 2', . S July 6 Au.ust 21 Juill . 6 August . 3 September. S1 A ut . 23 Au'I.\ust 31 October. . 16 September o selteniber 2S Novemler . 13 Odtnher . Octoher 6 Deceme r c .m 1r Nr emb1er 1Noveuber 23 Ja.uary,18 S 8 De'cembI.r . 13 December 21 February . * _FKOI VICtORIA. Leaves Arrives London Arriies at London Melbournei. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton january, 25 March . 12 March . . 19 ebnrary . April . . 9 April . 16 March . 22 M3y . .ay .y . . 14 April . . 17 June . . 4 June . 11 Ma . 15 July . . 2 July . . Ju . . 12 July 30 August . . 6 Juhl . . 10 August . 27 September : b . 4 Sel;tember 21 October . . 1 September . October 22 October .. 29 October . . November 19 November . 26 November . 1 December 17...

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