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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877
SEEDS.: SEEDS. SEEDS. RYE GRASS COCKSFOOT RAPE CLOVER AND LUCERNE SEED WHEAT. ADELAIDE SOCIETY PURPLE STRAW VELVET CHAFF 0 A T.S TARTARIAN AND DANISH H('PTON BARLEY CIIEVALIER AND CAPE ALL TRUE TO NAME OS RAND ANI) FOR SALE LORII) AND HUGHES F}LOUR AND GRAIN FACTORS, 126 COLLINS STREET WEST, MELBOUItN E. Oxygen is Life. Although the mnlolern Materia Medica includes many valuable remedies for human afflictions, it is a matter of certainty that in all cares where the animal vitality is failing, Phosphonrus is decidedly superior to ever ,ither remedy at present known. It will work effects such as nothinz, else will produce, and it possesses thile great advantage of not causing, whlen its use is relin quished, the slightest reaction or depression. ?rFCAUTION.---'IIO.qPIIORUS is som'times sold in the form of Pills and Lozenies; it should 'e gene rally known that every form where sroid particles of Phlosplhorus are in oembinatMiin is d.anserous. it is therefore necessary tnht the public s...
CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY May 10. Before Peter M'Arthur, Esq., and John Walls, Esq., J.P.'s. ALLOWING DRUNKEN MEN ON PREMISES. POLICE V. MR. NEYLON. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877
CAMPERDOJWN POLE? COUiT. TH HsavsY May 10. Before Peter M'Artlur, Esq., and John Walls, Esq., J.P.'s. ALLOWING DRUNKEN MIEN ON PREMISES. POLICE V. .1R. EY'LOS. In this case, which was allowed to lapse at the last court, a fresh summons bad been issued by Ccnstable Sinu.tt, and the case was again called on for heating. Constable Sinnott stated he was unable to go into the case owing to the absence of Constable Keyte at Scott's 'Creek, and he, therefore, applied for a furtlher adjournment I of the case, 'which the bench granted until next court day. SELLING LIQUOR WITIHOUT A LICESSE. George IIarsison, inspector of Shire of t Hampden v. Agnes Stewart. In this case the defendant, who is the wife of a storekeeper at Lismore, was charged under the 4 section of the new Publican's Statute, with selling spirituous liquor -ithout a license. Mr. Picken appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Hancock for the defence. Mr. uKott watched the case on behalf of Mr. Wade. 1' The following evidence was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877
Literature. THE With which " Th hIAMIPDE? GUARDIAN" ,i s corporated IS P'UBLISHED EVERY; a. TUESDAY ANTD FRIIIDAY, LN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, Ar .TE OcrlCE, MANIFOLD.-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. US .? ? sitIONO - In Per quarter' .. .: .. . .. g.. 6, - ,, posted .. 7s. 6d. ' ittibecribers can, only discontinue at the end of a to quarter, on' a notice to that effect in writing, and'on or the?:pyment f1 all arrri Ordinary r'Advortlsements, per inch .. s A seidablr eduetlion if advsertiameinta are in Adivuetlsste ii ' specify upon the face of them the asniaber o'f, tie theyiar, to be inserted, or they. will be ontibo d util eountermanded, and clhrged. . All ?rdeIstfor:insertlon, alteration, or withdrawal ., advertiseetsens, miust be in writing, and should be sent .in.. ot later 'thanmid-d y on Mondays and P Thiurdas." AGENTS- .C Mellbourane . ., Meesrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat . , _... 'Mr. W. Gooch Geelong 3Ir MrIenry Franks (~olac .. Mr. 'WJ. Green . * Plrronyaloak .. M:.Macafee Terang .....
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877
-----~-------- I BALLA EAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. IBALLARAT, May 8. Mes?rs. Fikeli anl ll!d (;ilion report: Fat Cattle-3s7 yarded, t0les of twhich were st,.res, the balance mediunm to prime quality. There was an average attendance, and sales opened briskly at last week's quotations, but declinedt 10s a Ile:": :-t the cloe. Averages-- The lHon. Niel Black, 19 NB bu: locks, LI5 13s Sd, t1 store do,, L12 ,is :dl; Ulr V irdie, t1 ullocks, L10 Its 3d 3 Mr. 3IMloane, . d, s lt d l s : 1 Mr. Fisher. 54 cows, L7 s 10, We1' -i --74 bu'! ," -ks far Dr. r urdie, Tandar,sk. It am i.s 175s ,. to L9 I , -" bullhckl sr .31r. lIalone, .sme:tot, at fromt Lt2 T Al to .10 :s. Fat ('lave- .,, petnned, best quality ellinig at extrene rates. Est Sheep- SS6i yarded, a fair proportioon ?ere good atld prime mutton, the balance being medium quality and stores, In conse quence of the rain of the previous night, all stock eho.tl.d to a great disadvantage, and there beinr only a imderate attendance of buyers .ales ...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 May 1877
FRIDAY, MA IY 11, 1877. AT length we are brought face to face with what is big with the fate of this district. It will be decided to-day whether we are to be virtually disfran chised for the next, as we have been for the last three years, or whether we are to send to parlhament a man who will fairly represent us. Ma. LONoMORE had not one word to say in his long ad dress at the Mechanics' on Monday evening in reply to the charges brought against him of having habitually neglected the interests of the district, ind of having made his position as our reiprisentatiTe. subservient to the ad variement of his own private ends. No fairer opportunity for nwaking such a reply could have been afforded, than that presented on Monday evening, and yet he threw it away, in order that he might indulge in some rhodomontade about the way in which he had assisted Mis. Buar to raise the " Stonewall-" a thing of which he was more proud than of anything else he had ever done as their representative. Such...
MORTLAKE. MORTLAKE, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
M3'iI'LAKE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MORTLAKE, May 14. The elected candidates are Dwyer and Bayles. The totals are-Dwyer, 1075; Bayles, 1013; Jones, 1012. Generai satis faction is expressed that the hen. William Bayles has been returned. At an inquest on the body of Walter Thomas, held to-day before Dr. Sweatman, a verdict of suicide whilst temporarily in sane was returned. The evidence taken showed that the deceased was in mone. tary difficulties, and that this, which had preyed on his mind, was the cause of the rash act taken by decoeased." The Telegraph gives the following des scription of a picture entitled '`Unequally Yorked," the production of MrRobert Dow ling, a Victorian artist:--t covers about 4ft. x2 Cft. of canvas, and represe:ts plough ing in Egypt. An ox and camel are yoked together, drawing a plough; which is guided by an EgyItian. who experiences difficulty in dealing with the animals, in consequence of the great disproportion in their s...
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. (FR?O? OUn OwN colR' ronsDET). MELBOURSE, Saturday Evening. With this I send you the result of the elections up to the last moment. As you will perceive, the latest returns only go to swell the Opposition majority, already large enough to overwhelm the M'Cul loch Ministry. In fact, the report goes that Sir James DM'Culloch will resign at once, and all the people along Collins street say that this is the course he ought to take. Mr. Graham Berry is master of the situation-for the time: What next may happen not the most experienced politician can foretell. Of course, the Protectionist party are jubilant, and it is equally a matter of course that the Free traders are aghast. Never was there a more complete discomfiture. All the labor, organisation, and hard cash ex pended by the League have gone in pure waste, or worse, in bringing a crushing de feat. It is now certain that the issue would have been more favorable to the Freetrade cause if no league had ever been fo...
POLWARTH AND SOUTH GRENVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
POLWAR'H AND SOUTH GRENVILLE :- The result oi this was the defeat of the old member, Mi. J.. H. Connor, by Mr. i'Hea. w s ieturned by a majority of 47. The totals being O'Hea, 395 ; Connor,. 328 ; Ower, 237. .-Most of the- following results of other elections Were niblihlied by us on Saturday ap an extraordinary.. . BALLARAT' WEST (3)--Smith, 2431; inechain, 2304; Bell, 1979; Campbell, 1864. FOOTSCRAY(1)-Kifig, 569; Newell, 366. EMERALD "HILL - (2)-Nimmo, 1450;. Lyll, 1099; Whiteman, 965; Danks, 846: flenelly, 620 ; Fisher, 553. SANDRIDGE(1)--Maddeu,747; Gaunson, 554. BRIGHTON (1)-Bent, 816; Campbell, 259. KYNETON (1)-Young, 663; Sands, 413. WILLIAMSToWS (1)- Clark, 925; Inglis, 295. BOROONDARIA(1)- Smith, 720; Pearson, o50. WEST MELBOURNE (2)--M'Mahon, 1654 ; Andrew, 1557 ; Langton, 1251; Stevenson, 741. CARLTON (1)-Munro, 950; Curtain, 919. COLLING WO)D (2)-Langridge, 1521 ; Mirams, 1396; M'Kean, 1195; Reeves, 1040. ST. KILDA (2)-Dixon, 2116; Carter, 2044; Smith, 2043; A'Beckett, ...
VILLIERS AND HEYTESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
VILLIERS AND HEYTESBURY. The whole of the returns for the above electorate have at last been received, and the totals now show that Messrs. Dwver and Bayles have been elected, the latter getting a majority of one over the Comnis fioner of Railways. This election all through has proved one of the closest that has ever taken place in the colony, and it was in doubt up to the last moment the returns were received, mainly owing to the non arrival of the iMinhamite return, which it was thought would not alter the result, and therefore Mr. Jones' seat was looked upon as safe. Our telegram fron Mortlake last evening stated that the return of Mr. Bayles has been looked upon with general satisfaction. The totals of the whole returns which follow, are-Dwyer, 1075; Bayles, 1013; Jones, 1012 ; POMIBORNEIT -Bayles, 7 ; Dwyer, 15 ; Jones, 4. TERANG - Jones, 72; Bayles, 70; Dwyer, 59. ECKLIN-Jones, S; Bayles, 7; Dwyer, 6. COBDEN-Bayles, 36; Jones, 27; Dwyer, 86. SCOTT'S CtREEK-Dwyer, 12; Jones, 4 ...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
1EGLISH MAIL TABLE 1S77 FROM ENGLAND. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southamptnn Via Brindisi. :t Melbourne. January . 11 January 19 March . 6 February . S February 16 April . 3 }March " a March . 16 May . - April . 5 April . 13 M(a" . • 6 Ma) 3 Mar 11 Ju~e. . 21 Mar 31 Jiune S Jul . Juln .SJuuly .i Auust . 21 Jul . . '6 A uu t 3 utmlnber. IS Au st . -,23 Aus.uat 31 Ntl or. . 16 September 4 ,o e1etenber "S N\,vember . 13 O t1bcr 1 0 Or ,t her . I Decenmber . 11 'Nuvembtcr 15 Novem"ber 'I3 J.Inuary,1~ 7 S DeItember .I DLceuhmber 21 February . 5 L'avye ? A. ,r?es L ,don \rrivs at London Me!buln?. r;e a !lrintdi. 'ia Sruthamplton lanuary, .5 _,I rch . 12 MIarcI . 19 February April . . 9 April . . 16 M1ar:h '". May . . ay . 14 April . . 1 June . . I Junn . 11 31ar. 15 July . . 2 July . . . 9 Junel . . 12 July . i AUut . . 6 Jul . . 1) Au.ust . 27 September Aututt "7 September 24 i Octol'r .. 1 ;etember . 4 October . "e October.. Octuber . 4 November 19i November 26 November 1 D...
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
. GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISIO N MARKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday, May 1^ Inquiries for bulk wheat and flour were of little account until well on in the afternoon, when snd denly a demand sprang up, and buyers of wheat in t he morning at not more than Ts 2d., became at once eager purchasers at 7s :d. One line of 550 bags changed hands twice within a quarter of an hour; and we Iaari, mn.oreover, that one or two large par cels are no, under offer at the satme figure. Flour has participated in the movement, for though no buyers could be found for the Treater part of the day at over L16, if even at that, one hundred tons were taken up at a later period at L16S s, and up to Ld1 10i is now looked forward to again with more cer tainty. Oats are firm, but the clearance that the market has just received by speculators checks any further business at present. We quote 3= Cd to 3 10?d, and for fine milling more money is required. Regarding maize, little of Interest has come before us. GEELONG, Saturda...
MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
MA R KETS. MELBOURNE WoUL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MIELBOLURNE, May 9). 11e.rs. R ?. old.sbrouglh andl ('o. re':lrt-- : Wool-We submitted a small catal,'zie t, public comlpetitionto-day, and dipe)sed of 275 'bal: ,t pr-i: which compare very iavora.blyx withl th * ',tely ru;figi. Mlo-t rf the lts ,ffered wcre t.,+.. and country °coured, in ,rdinaar nonu.tia iv " -ld greL-y at i t d t :, al I''n dr? 11 ,t 17 iper I!, \, ;ieJce oth?ril,_. 91 - ; 1,. , hvx -old a f:.t', ' . I n? - .n m -t;.. , i'- in advance of 'th- rha;, - i..f illWs :--Butchers -kil-, 1- to ,- .: ; dry :;i to d par lb Hides- lhi's market h.- am .- how-un further improvement. pre?ent qu-ztations being very satisfactory to vendor', and spirited competition beili,; nuticeable for all cool lots. Ox hides are worth from I0s to cOs eaeh; cow hides, 15s to 23s Cd each ; Victorian salted, 3}d to C4jl per Ib: New Zealand do are nomlnally worth up to 5bd per lb. Kanzaro skins are saleable at late rates. There is a full sapply ...
THE ELECTIONS. RIPON AND HAMPDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
THE ELECTIOIAS. RIPON AND HATMPDEN. Friday last was polling day for the general elections throughout' the colony, and altogether the elections passed off very quietly, and not one more so than that for Ripon and Hampden. In Canmperdown there was very little excitement, and beyouud the feiw groups of electors scattered here and there nothing denoted that anything unusual was taking place. The poll ias opened at eight o'clock in the morning, but very few votes were recorded before noon, after which the electors began to come in pretty freely. Mr. Morton's committee worked hard during the day, but not litore so than the friends of Mr. Longmore, who seemed to have the tide with them, espe cially so in Camperdown and at Beaufort, - where that candidate obtained large majori tits. In most of the other divisions, Mr. Morton was at the head of the poll, but the votes recorded altogether were very small, only 1254 voting out of a total of 2011 elec tors. Towards-the close of the poll at Cam ...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, lMay 12. Certain creditors of a man named Lowe, deceased, who was insured in the Vitortia Insurance Company, sought to obtain the value of his policy as an asset in his banik. rupt estate. The Chief Justice decreed that the policy was protected on the death of the areured for the benefit of the wife anl family. A powerful steamer, while crossing Cook's Straits yesterday encountered a very heavy tidal wave. The stern dipped heavily under water, and the vessel was drawn b:tck nearly half a mile. A sharp shock of earthquake was felt near Dunedin, and marine disturbanen s cod-. +,inue here and along the east coast.
NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
NEW SOUTH ;WALES STDSzr, May 14. Porter, master of the lightship, i, missing. It is supposed that he' jell overboard during a heavy lurch of the vessel. A man has been found in the drain at Burwood. It is supposed that he was drowned during Saturday's storm. Heavy rain continues at Windsor, The rivers are rising, and the creek is flooded. ". Destitution among the Chinese on the northern gold fields of Queenland" is in creasing.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. . ADELAIDE May 12:. The General Pel has arrived at Port D.r. win. Th.e weather is cold and rainy. Holders of wheat ask Ss 3d. ADELAIDB, May 13 The Rev. Osric Copland announced from his pulpit to-day that he had receivetd a call to the pastorate of the North A,\el1ide Congregational Church. He gives his dec. siou shortly. The banks have made a considPeti a:1 vance in the rates of exchangt by the out going mail, 60-day drifts bici!r purlil i-:ale at li per cent. as agaiu*t perl c",t. iast month.