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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, May 8. Messrs. Blckhard Mellish and ('o. report: Sheepskins-The usual attendatce of buyers at the different sales, and fair competilion throughout: prices although higher for some particular lota, were about equal to last week's. We sold a large quantity, viz. -Butchers' pelts, 2s Sd to 4s Sd; medium, to 2i ld; dry skins, to 51d per lb. Hides--There wasa fair muster of buyers, but from some cause the biddings were slack, very few lots changing hands. We sold a few, but passed the bulk-Green, 31d to 4d: salted, to 5d ; kip, 4Id ; calk, 4d to 5d. Tallow-We sold ŽMixed rendered, to 34s 3d; rough fat, at 3d per lb. I;EELOGC, May S. M)essrs. (;eorge Sy1nllot landt Co. report: Sheepskins - A large attendance of buyers at our sale to-day, when we offered 6000 skins. Owing to thh undecided aspect of the home wool market, medium and inferior skins were neglected, but first-class skins met with ready sale, at undermentioned prices, viz. Best butchers' s...

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

31AR KET. B.,r.,h I:aT, 5ay S. lf'~harL . 4. Ta,,ghai .ln 4.Co. report :--Bread .ttfts have had agreat deal of attention sinceour last report, and eonsiderable transactions in flour at advanced rates h.tve resulted: to-day T16 is asked; Wheat "hts advanced tal per bushel, and the supply Ih~s been very small. In horefeed there is not much to note ; a slight advance in peas and Cape barley has been established, and straw rose 10s per ton. Hlay slightly improved. Ptates came forward i largo quantities, and the price camne down to :5is per ton, but improvred a little to-day for really good ones fit for transit ; a considerable ,ortion of the supply, 329 tons, was despatched ler"eail. Quotations--Flour, LIS 58 to L15 15s-:-heat, tg, d to' 7s; Chevalier barley, 4s 6d ; old English, 3s Gd to .4s M; Cape, 3s 4d to G:s C; peas, .s 4di to 3 Cd ; mangerhay, L4 to L4 10s ; sheeves, Li to L3 15s ; straw, L' to L 15s ; oats, 3s 4d to 3s Al ; seed, 3s td to 4s ld ; potatoes, Li Its to L2; bonedust...

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DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

DETr. James Bunele v. R. H. Smith, rent £4 4s. Mr. Picken for plaintiff, and Mr. Knott for defendant,. After the plaintiff inthis case had given his evidence, he admitted that the paddock which was in the occupation of the defendant, belonged to his brother, and he was only managing it for him. 'The Bench thereforefdismissed the case, with 36s. costa. Charles Phillips v. James Buncle and E. 3aridiner. .Mr. l'icken for plaintilf; and Mr. Knott for defendant. This case was a claim of £15 13s for 1000 posts, whieh the plaintiff had agreed to split for one of the defendants, viz., James Bunele. The plain tift stated that the posts had been split the size agreed on, and the defendants had taken {delivery ,f all,but 14, and after wards reneoved them to Lismore. The de fendant said he had only taken delivery of 825, but admitted having left 70 at Bos tock's Creek, as they were not the right size. The Bench gave a decree against 'James Buncle, as they thought it had been fully proved that h...

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WAR IN THE EAST. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) GERMANY, FRANCE, AND TURKEY. LONDON, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

WAR IN THE EAST. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (RsTITr's AvUOTALIAN AS8OCIAMID TRat TILIORAMS.) GERMANY, FRANCE, AND TURKEY. LONDON, May 9. It is stated that Germany has increased her army in Alsace and Lorraine. The Turks are bombarding Kalafat and the Roumanian batteries are replying.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 9. The cuntry districts are taking up the volunteer movement. The Gleuelg Railway shows a profit of over £8000, and a dividend of 10 per share has heeu declared. YWhite's rooms and the adjoining pro perty were offered at auction t:-day, and bought in at £25,000. A sale of wheat has been mute at 7s 10d. The Exhibition Commissioners have de cided to ask ehe Government to provide £22500 to secure the colony being represented at the Paris Exhibition. The Government, on the advice of Sir W. Jervois, have jtelegraphed home for a supply of Mlartini rifles to coae out-by the mail..

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

dJNGLISH IMAlI TABLE 1877 FRO?I EsoLASD. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southampton; Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January 19 March . 6 February . S Febru-ay . I April 3 March S March . . May . 9 Apri! 5 April . 13 May 2i SMil } 3 sla . II lJun . ls May 31 Junle Titll 4 Junie e July . An • 21 Jlt . i6 Au ulst 3 Sileptemner IS August . u ut 1 Octobe'r . 1 rSe.temher . 20 Selptember 'S Nov, ler . 13 October . .I October . I Iecemher. 1 November 15 November -'3 JIanu:ry,1 S78 Dcen bhr . 13 Decemlr t1 February • 5 F"ROM lICTORIt. Leaves Arrives London1Arrives at London Melbourne. ain Brindisi. Via Southampton allun.n, . 5 March . 12 Mtarch . 19 Febrnuary . '2 April , 9 April . . 16 Sarch . . r May . 7 ay ...14 April . . . 17 June . June 11 tay . . 15 July 2 July . . 1l tune . 12 July . 30 August . 6 Ju . . . 10 August . 27 September 3 August . . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October. 22 October. 29 October . 4 November 19 November . 26 November . 1 Decem...

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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRANAMBOOL, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

WA\RRN-AIBOOL IIV'E NTOCK MARKET. \VAItRlENABOt., flay 5. Ilepbunrll Leon;ard and R?n [: report - The inclement weatlwr pret'\eiltdl ir nuual supply from hcinz forwardedl an l st klbe. ,l tlhe attenldance of purchasers that the busineo, trnuacted would n, t enal?'e uii to bive a relort tht repreetted ti, real state of the market. In private sues?i e hav. placed several Iarsie lots of cattle under ottfe- thih we expect to report in a few das. For ,tore cattle well. bred and in good condition, the market is w,?ekly inm proving. For fat cattle we havre a buter in the market who will inspect at ,inee. Ile is prela-re, to give the highest currtut rates for gsod qualit v. Fat sheep have an upward tendeney, which will ine;rouae as soon aa the s;sran atrancee Crw bred.. stores are impr\ri; in. demand, we shall be gl,rl tti receive advices of any for sa?e. Good horses maintain their prices, and sauupricr working n '!ailciks,' milch cowswith calvesat af cat, rd ap?rinmera, we can dis. p?os of...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

SEARLIER .INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 9. The debate in the Asiembly on Mr. Ihmith' motion, affirming the desirability of introducing an Electoral Bill this session, eloeed shortly after midnight, and was ne atived by the casting vote of the Speaker. The division caused considerable excite menit.. A mneting of the Government was held at Mr. Parkes's residence to-day. Nothing was said at the meeting of the Assembly te-day with reference to last night's division. It is reported that Sir Winm. Jervois and Colonel Scratchley condemn two of the 18-ton gun pits on account of their isolated positions, but approve of the other batteries with somne alteration and a better arma ment ; also recommended an increased garri son artillery. It is-expected that they will rcommend gunboats for the coast service. A portion..qf wreck of the ketch.1Morning Star was found yesterday at Broken Bay. She is supposed to have been lost with all hands. A.proipecting party near Gulgong found a 7 oz...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE May 10. Messrs. Ingleby'and Glyde are nomin ated for the district of Victoria. A plumber named Cotteral fell on a chisel to-day, which cntered his abdomen, and he died in a few minutes. Seven shillings and eleven pence has -been offered and refused for wheat.

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THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

THE MAILS. The Travancore left Galle on the 6th. The Bangalore arrived at Galle on the 8th.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

EUROIPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. BY SUBMIARINE TELEGRAPH. AusTi?ALIA AssocIATED PRESS TELEGRAM THE EASTERN- QUESTION. - : ... LoNDos, May 8. In tho House of Commons. Mr. Glad stone withdrew the obnoxious portion of his resolution o.nn the Eastern Question, amid tumult- and 'confusion, and Lord Hartington accepted the remainder. Mr. Gladstone .rigorously ittacked the policy of the Government, and Sir H. D. Wolff moved the rejection of the whole resolu tion. Mr.- Cross, if replying. said that the Czar Ras answerable for the rupture wich'Ifiad occurred. If Stainboul was not attacked, no question of English interest could arise.. England's policy was to protect the.Suez Canal and Egypt, and forbid interference. with the freedom of the Dardanell's aqd the Bosphorus.

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NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 10. In committee of supply, the question of the aclu.t al of the two policemen for the manslaughter of Father Healywas dis cussed. The Government were urged not to retain them in the force. At the Mudgee races, the Cudgegong .handicap was won by Hybla, Woolstone second. Won by a length. Time 2m 47sec. Mr. Parkes attended the Assembly to night, and made no refcrenceto thd recent division. Notice of motion was given in favor of placing a sum on the defence estimates for three companies of artillery.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. ArSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, May 10. No less than 4; inches of rain have lilen during the last four weeks. The City of New York left San Fran cisco on the 25th of April for Sydney. SConsiderable excitement prevails to night, on the eve of the elections.

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THE BRITISH FLEET ORDERED TO CRETE, LONDON, May 7 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

THE BRITISH FLEET ORDERED TO CRETE, LoNDos, May 7 The British ironclad squadron, at Corfu, has been ordered to rendezvous at' Crete.

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DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS BEFORE KARS. LONDON, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS BE FORE KARS. LoNsDo, May 7. The Russians have been twice repulsed before Kars, with heavy loss, and have been compelled to fall back.

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ENGLAND AND RUSSIA. LONDON, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

ENGLAIND AND RUSSIA. Los?os, May 8. In a despatch Lord Derby repudiate the arguments; contained in Prince Gqrtschakof'a circular,. and. declares tha .the Emperor .of Russia,.violates the tresties.of I6-Bo1, -;eparates-hinself from thi:European= concert, and departs from a ii e"he tiimielf- Obimented to. Since Russia` assm?.;to asct in the interest o the powers, .England did?clares that sh cannot concur or approve the decision'o Russia declinei to reply.

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ANNEXATION OF THE TRANSVAAL REPUBLIC. LONDON, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

ANNEXATION OF THE TRANSVAAL REPUBLIC. LosDo~, MiA 7. 3 England has annexed the Transvaal in South Africa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

TO SuFFERERS OF DEAFNESS. - PROFESSOR P. STANICH B EGS to inform the public that he can be consulted at his private residence, Iltoefl'u iadingL. Vo. 8, ArmstratMtrmt, OPPOSITE CITT HALL, UPON ALL AFFLICTIONS OF THE EAR HRors of Consultation from 9 to 11 am., and from 2 to 5, and from 7 to- p.m. He possesses: the, Most Wouderful REMEDY for curing the above-mentioned Diseases. He also guarantees to cure the above affliction without the least pain. PROFESSOR STANICH has made MANY MARVELLOUS CURES, and can exhibit the most FLATTERING TESTIMONIALS. Note the Address PIROFESSOR STANICH, 3MITCHELL'S BUILDINGS, No. 8, ARMSTRONG STREET, Opposite City Hall. Ascot, 11th April, 1577. Sir, It reply to your letter of enquiry, which I received this mornring, I beg to state that the hearing of nim ear, upon which you operated, still continues as clear and gucd as when I left you. In truth it is better than the other car which I previously thought quite perfect in hearing.-I am. Sir, yours -ratefull...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER X—THE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

ar itV1Yo iai's 'a, 1 , OR, TIHE b MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. O-1 A NETW SENSATIONAL STORY. o1 HTiAlER X-TtIE PLAY It was not entirely without design that ti I entered the hall in the royal palace, a where the rehearsals were to take place f a sht time after the others. i iev t 'id al.readybeen impatiently await I cast a hasty glance over the assembled I empan}-, who were standing in groups. Radom, who had retired into a deep win dow niche, was absently examiliiing cue of i i,. He seemed somewhat paler S . so far as I, who had never I voucnsaleo him any special notice, could I judge. Perhaps I only thought so because it was it akcordance with my wishes. I was met with reproaches. The per- 1 formers declared that the delay lad made them forget the parts they had been studying so busily all the morning. Langenbach inumediately, adopted his managerial air, and begged them to lose no mute time now, but commence the re hearsal at once. Radom entered the hall, and nm i,e me a cold, but very...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877

WANTED. W ANTED-QUARRYMEN. Pick and Shovel Men, on the Camperdown and Lismore Road. Wood and water found. Apply on the \Works, JAMES HORNBY, . Contractor. Medical Notice. D R. TACK Sin, Chinese Doctor, of Warr. nambool, late of Ballarat, will he in attendance, and may be consulted, as fel lows: CAMPERDOWN-M'Donald's Hotel, on Friday, May 11. TERANG-Blencowe's Hotel, on Satur day, May 12. GEORGE GIBSON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to W. R. Hill), Supplies Station medicine chests and sundries Halford's snake-bite syringes Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by return post. COLLINS-STREET EAST, MELBOURNE .I-'. W. T2 IT, A C C OUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CA..lPERD O 1N. FREEHOLD: PROPERTIES. W M.-FERGUSSONhasfoi-RIVATE SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Elingamite, Jan court, Timboon, and Mortlake. Manifold-street, Camperdown T. HANCOCK, Solicitor,. .octor, and Conveyancer MURRAY-STREET, COLAC. Attendance on Mon...

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