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THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

THE EASTERN QUESTION. LosDos, May i9!. The Australian mails via Brindisi were delivered on the 7th inst. The Government have declined to take any action on the question of a Colonial Museum this year. Money is firm. Consols are quoted at 94. There was a good competition at the opening of the wool sales. The reduc, tion is equal to 10.per cent. The wheat market is calmer. Adelaide, 70s. to 72s; superfine flour, 48s. to 50s. Copper is firmer. Wallaroo £76 Burra 75, Tin is in better demand, and qupted at £70. The stock consists of 9000 tons. Arrived: Helena, Loch Garry, Loch Lomond, from Melbourne; Parasmittaj from Sydney; St. Vincent, Grasi?ice, Douglas, frdni Adelaide ; J. N. Fleming, from New Zealand ;.Duncraig, Zephyr.

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THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, May 13 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

THE EASTERN QUESTION. LosDoN, May 13 Mr. Gladstone's motion in the Hou of Commons, has been continued. 'The majority of the Conservatives urge neutrality. The Liberals are divided, some favoring diamemberment of Turkey, others disagreeing with Mr. GladstOne;

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, May 10. THE CRISIS. RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEU!;i:..i .rSTRALIAŽN ASSOCiATED ritass TEILE;R S , LATEST INTELLIGENCE.':: M3ELBOCENE. May 10. THE CRISIS. RESIGNATION OF 3I1ISI TERr . A long Cabinet mectiun was. hel .{i day. The M inistry have resinrl; l~p to the present time nthintiiz < 1 ;? i ?en done. There is some speculai,,:i ,as to the Speakership, Mr. L.Il"r .:I Sir Charles Dutly beinlg freel- j i:~ et It is stated that an -n.ieav r is }. ng made to square matters b? 3i;n ir. Berry and bir Charles MAciahi n. Altogether eight candidates have fir. feited their deposits. W:ight ha: ien returned for Benambian , but thee i?mrl.s from South Gipps Land are nt y in c .tn plete. Sharp and Orr have been eii,,:ed for MIoira. It is believed that the results will be unaltered. The N ational Agricultural ,Soietv hal fixed the date for cattle 'eahibited at the annual show from the 1st of July in each year. A young man named Alfred Alesana~r Williams met with a sad death in t1) bush while out searching for spQcim...

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THE WOOL SALES LONDON, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

THE WOOL'SALES SLoxo oxM, Mi . The London colonial wool sales npened this evening. Upwards of 7,000 bale, were offered. Port Phillip wools prepon. derated. The attendance of both home and foreign buyers was large, and the biddings commen.ed with great spirit. Prices as compared'i th last series sho? a decline of 10 per cent. SHIPPING. LosDos, May S. Arrived : Nemesis, s., from Sydney and Melbourne; Hesperus, from Ade!aide,; Rapids.

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COLAC. COLAC. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

COLAC. FROM. OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. COLAC, May 12. The old member. Mr. J. H. Connor sustained a severe defeat at the hands of the Reform League's nominee, Mr. O'Hea, by a majority of 67, principally   through Mr. Ower's standing. Owing to   the wet weather out of nearly 1000 voters, only 496 faced the poll. As you will see by the card enclosed, Mr. Ower polled very badly only geting 237. The election was marked by the peace able way in which the electors kept them selves, no fighting of any consequenee taking place. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHI.) CoLmc. )Monday Evening. Mr. O'Hea gives a banquet to-night, in honor of his return to Parliament.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

The "Illustrated London News," in referring to tre literature, speaks of the " FA.ILr HERALD, that ey to tens of thousard of innocent English house holds." Price Sixpence. FA 3 ILY H ERALD MONTHLY PART The "Austriaasian" says:-"This favorite do mestic magazine retainsall itsoldinterest and variety Price Sixpence. A 31 ILY H II AERAL D MOSTHLY PARTS The "'Mount Mail" says:-" It contains a vast quantity of useful and entertaining reading matter consisting of tales, leading articles, poetry, reeipts and scientific notices. The Answers to Correspond ents indicate that the "Herald" is largely consulted by readers who seek to have difficulties solved, and orgotten events revived by reliable answers from the Editor. Every week's number contains a well-written and thou ghful leading article upon some subject o interest." Price Sixpence. FA 31 ILY IIERALD Monthly Pa The "Daily Argus" says:-" This domestic in azine is second to none with which we areacqua i Price Sixpence. FA II LY IIERALD Mo...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XI—A DEEPENING MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

for .a olln lt's ahe, OR, TIIE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. h A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. -- 1: CaIiATEYI X--i- DEEYEI-INTG MYSTERY. A few weeks after some business con necte+d with smy mother's property caused Radonm to visit our house, he himiself taking charge of a matter which would usually have fallen to the province of sulome government offitcer. 31v mother received him with marked favor. It required only a half hour's conversation to place her on conudential trrmns with him, and she reproached himnt for having held aloof from us so alonar. A shadow flitted over Radom's face ; theln he made a polite excuse. He availed h:nuseli of the invitation to visit us often, and come very frequently, on plea of business. When Langenbach found him with us one day he turned pale, became very absent-minded, and soon went away with forced composure. Langenbach had brought the newrs that Hernann would arrive in a few days. In spite of the joy this information afforded my mother, she was keenly sen si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

SEEDS-. SEEDS. &EDS. RYE GRA-S S COCKSFOOT RAPE CLOVIR AND LUCERNE SEED) W'HEAIT ADELAIDIE SOCIETY PUPIE STRAPAW VELVET CHAFF 0 ATS TARTARIAN AND I).ANISH H( PTON BARLEY CHEIVAIIEI AND CAPE ALL TRUE TO -NAME ON -AND AND FOR SALE BY LOPRD AND 4 H1GES, FLOUR ANID (:RA IN FACTORS, 126 COLLINS STREET WEST, MELBOURNE. Pure Meriros Stiud and Flock Rams for Sale. T HE undersigned have for Sale privately about .350 PURE MERINO RAMIS, 2, 4, and 6-tooth, including a number of high-chss Stud Sheep. For the convenience of purchasers, the breeders will undertake to deliver all Stud Sheep, and any lot of Flock Sheep above 50, at the Leigh Road Railway Station, or in Hamilton, free of cost. The position this flock has taken for several years past at the Skipton and Hamil ton Shows, having taken foremost places in competition with the most noted breeders in Victoria, should be a sufficient guarantee as to their quality. Apply to THOS. DOWLINU & SON, Jellalabad, Darlington. Advertise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

Special Advertisements. BRISCOE AND CO.. W? OLES LEL I .ONMONGEPRS 11 Co'llin.-treet, East, Ir n Yard, 2d3 Elizabethr?trcet, North .MELUOCI:_L N \\ SELLING OFF \\ohle of Retail Stocrk at Gi R EAT R E DUC T ION t'revio,-s to re-buiilhni. DR. PETTIGREW, PHYSICIAN. >UclGEON. AND PUBLIC VACCINATOR, CIIUR II STREET, CAMPERIUCWN. Homrne for (,.nsultatcin-Morning, from 9 to 10.:10 ; Evening. frm 6?, 8. FRIEE(HOLD PIOPERTIES. W 31. FE R?; USOSN has for PRIVATE . SALE freehold piroperties in the ,arishes of C'olonglulae. Elinganmte, Jan court. Timbo in, and Mirtlake. MIanifold-street, C'am perdown T. IIAN COCK, Solicitor, Proctor, and. Conveyancer MIURRAY-.TREET, COL\C. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. MEDICAL NOTICE. D R. PETTIGREW intimates that he Swill visit Cobden every Tuesday morning,, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-1ast ten to twelve o'clock. GEORGE GIBSON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to W\. R. IHil'). Supplies Station ,.,lii:ine chests and su...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

STUESDAY, JA Y 15, 1S77.... THE constitutional and free trade party sustained a severe defeat in the elections on Friday last at the hands of the " Stonewall" and protectionist party. But the magnitude of the defeat, and the greatuess of the triumph, appears to us to have been much exaggerated, alike by the friends and the foes of the 31'Culloch administration. Granted that the ranks of the Ministerialists have been weakened, and those of the Oppo sition strengthened in an equal, or even in a greater degree. Yet, there is no getting over the fact, that the Opposi tion have, in many cases, won their seats by comparatively small majorities, and that the lMinisterialists have, in that respect, nothing to be ashamed of. Nor, even supposing the 31'Culloch adminis tration to be displaced, which ttiafioli be regarded as certain, are there wanting persons among the friends of 3Miiste'r to take a cheerful view of the case. Sir James and his colleagues will probably do niore for the good of t...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

:IIELBO URSE PIRODUCE MltARKET. M ELBOUIRNE, May 9. Messrs. Lord and Iughe~sc report :--ince the date of our last report a further improvement has been established in wheat, and flour, and feeding grains, and the market to day closes firm, with an advancing tendency. Wheat Several large transactions having during the week been carried through at an advance on the prices of the previous week. Sales of Western have been made at 7s. 3d. North ern, inferior milling, :it 7s. 9d. to 7s. id; good to prime, at 7s. 3d. to 7s. 4.1d, and to iay there are no sellers under 7s. Gd. Flour At the date of our last report sales of best country brands were making at £15 10s. and £15 15s. and fater on we obtained £16, and at this figure several large sales hsve been made. Holders are now asking £16 10s&, and as the markets. in Sydney and Adelaide have ad?fnced; there is every probability that prices k.re will go much higher. Oats --Sales.of Newv-Zvaland feed have been made at 3s Gd to .3 Sd, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 May 1877

Literature. THE With which "The HAMIPDENl GUARDIAN" - is incorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIMIE FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THE OFFICE, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. S-u-catrot-, Per quarter .. ...... 6s. 6d. S posted .. Te. Cd. C Subscibers can only discontinue at the and of, a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrear Ordinary Advertiaements, per inch .. 3? Per inch, per quarter .. . .. .. 15s Sconsiderable reduction if advertisements are in-. krted fro klgt?ened period. . Advrtleme enout specify upon the face of them "the.humberor time. ihypare to be inserted, orthey - will be continued until cuntermanded,and charged. All orners: for ilfhtioon,'alttation,'or withdrawal Cf adverttsements amut .be in writing, and should be sat it otlater 'than mid-day on MIondays and Thursday .. AGENTS- C Melbourne .. .., essrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat . . Mr. VW. Gooch eelong .. ' Mr: Henry Franks Colae .. Mr. W. J. Green Prronyaloek .. Mr..lacaf...

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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

FRIDA Y, MA Y Is, 1S77. ALTaroUGH SIR JAMEs 31'CULLOCII has been driven from oflice, it is not by ainy means clear that Mi. BERRY has se cured a workieg majority in the new parliament. It has, no doubt, been quite correctly stated by .MR. CASEY, that the issue put to the country at the late elections was the expulsion of Sir JAMES M'CULLOCH from office versus the adoption of his policy. This granted, j and it becomes important to enquire how many voted in the affirmative on thii, issue, a also hait many against it, and, among the former of these, how many MR. BERRY can reckon on as his friends. Roughly estimated. 80,000 voted for Sirl JAMEs M'CULLOCH, and 100,000 against him, or a majority of 20 per cent., but it would be arrant nonsence to sn1 pose that these 100,000 ],(lwsons, or more than half that number, recorded their votes in favor of Mn. BERRY and his policy. Notably, the 100,000 votes given on that occasion included the votes recorded for Sir CHARLES GBVAx DUFFY in Gipps La...

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WOODS, SMITH, AND LONGMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

Oc;OD., SMlfITH', A.ND LOiVNGMORE. There is every prospect, we believe, of Mr. W. C. Smith being sandwiched in the Berry Ministry betweenMr. Wotds anad Mr. Longmore, and some kind friends havebeea Eea ching~Hansard, that voluminous recept able of polite literature, to see how the two latter have a poken from time to time in the house of the former. This is the way in which MJr. Wocds spoke of the "Major" on one c,'casion. He was oneof A certain clique on Ballarat, in the pay of capitalists and squatters, levying black mail, and laying the foundation of their fortunes. From the first day he sat in the House up to the present moment, he had not placed on record one act or deed of his own worth recording. He had this negative Talue, perhaps, in that he is a living illustra tion of what no hon. member ought to be Rut that wasbefore31r. Woo dawas accused of " tarring pipes," or he might have been more circumspect in the " JM ajor's" presence Mr. Longmore was, however, more cautious, and ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

The following i. the reply of the Marquis of Normat.by to the "unemployed" ,eti tion, which was forwarded to hin lately by Mr. M'l.aren:-"I have received the adi dress which you have forwardtd to me on behalf of the working men of Otago. in wiich you complain of your inability to ob? sain employment. Knowing as I do that the current rates of wages in this portion of the colony ranges from 10s. to 14s. a day for skiiled labcr, and 7s. a day for unskilled labor, 1 own that this statement causes me seine surprize. At the same time I niuch regret to learn that any of those who have come to this colony with the view of im provin3 their conditi6n should have. a just ground for conililaint; and shbuld Many of the working men of Otago still be unable to procure employment froni private sodu ces, I have much pleasure in informing you that my Government are prepared to offer work ,n the railways to all who are willing to accept of it, at rates which, althorch shghtly. below the current wales ...

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AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS FOR 1876-77. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS TFR 156.-77. The agricultural statistics of the colony of Victoria tor the year ending 31st March, 1877, were publifhed in the Gorcrn?iit Gazetteon Friday night They are introduced by the folloi ag memorandum by the Govern ment statist :--' The agricultural statistics in parts of the colony included within muni cipal districts are rendered by the lacal bodies in pursuance of the provisions ot the Local Govern-cunt Statute. In other parts of the colony special collectors are em?ilo\ ed by the Government. The returns shuili le sent in by the 31st Muvch at the latest. Those gathered by special collectors are always forwarded in good time, as also are those from many of the municipal distril'rt. There are, however, geueraliy some dist..ts in which the returns are much behind tlnw, and there are others fromn which the work is forwarded in so imperfect and manifestly incorrect a candition that it becomes necessary to return it for amendment. On the pry sent occasio...

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WAR IN THE EAST. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) RUSSIA AND EGYPT. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

WAR IN THE EAST. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (RETUTR'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIAT!D FIE8S TELEGRAMS.) RUSSIA AND EGYPT. LosDos., May 15. Sir Stafford ŽNorthcote, replying to a question in the House of Commons, said that Russia had the right to blockade or invade Egypt. The policy of the British Government was that of strict neutrality, and there was no reason to fight whilst the road to India remained untouched.

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TERRIFIC HURRICANE IN THE SOUTH SEAS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) WELLINGTON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

TERRIFIC HURRICAE~ ' I TH SOUTH ,-'. S. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PREýS TEL.Etr; I- v! WELLINGTON, Ma)'" 1;. A terriffe hurricane has passed over the Navigator Islands and the Friendly Islands, and it force was severely felt at Tonga and Samoa. It destroyed at the cocoanut plan. tations at Tengataboo and Keppel Islands over 1000 houses, and sixteen churches have been blown down. The May Queen, which was at RIica when the hurricane came, disappeared suddenly, an.i has not been seen since, although H. M. S. Sappho and the King of Te n;a used every effort to trace her. Four Europeans and four Kanakas were on board. She also had 3000 oz. of gold on board. The brg Vision is also missing. Accounts of dreadful lose of life are expected. A deputation of Samoan chiefs has gone to Fiji to obtain British protection for Samoa.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

JFNGLIiS BiAIL TABIU 1877i FRoMt E ,Sou D. Leaves London I Leaves London Arrives Via Southamptow Via Brindisi. at !Melbourne. lanuary . 11 January . 19 March . 6 February . 5 February . 16 April . . 3 March . S March . 16 May . April . 5 April . 13 May 26 May 3 May . 11 June . May 31 June July • June . 2S July 6 AULust . . "1 July ' . . 6 . A\~ut 3 September . 1S August . 3 Auut 31 October . . 1j September September _s November . 13 October . . 13 October . 2 Decenuber- 1 1 November . 15 November 23 January, 1SS 5 December . 13 December 21 February . 5 FROM VICORIuA. Leaves Arrives London Arrires at London Melbourne. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton January, 5 March . 12 March . 19 Febru:ry . 22 April . . 9 April . . . 16 March . M ay . 7 3May . . . 14 April. . 17 June . 4 June . . . 11 ay . . . 15 July . . 2 July . . 9 June . 12 July . 30 August . . 6 July . . 10 Au-ust . 27 September . 3 Aunust . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September 4 October . 22 October .. 29 October. 4 November ...

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GRANT AND POLWARTH COURSING CLUB. GEELONG, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

GRANT AND POL WARTHI COU'R. SING CLUB. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPI.) GEELONG,, May 17. The second day's coursing of the Grant and Polwarth Club took place to-day, with the following results ;-Derby-First Ties Pilot beat Trooper, Little Jim beat .heet Anchor, Lord of the Hills beat Romantff, Second Ties-Pilot beat Lord of the Iills, Little Jim ran a bye. Oaks-First Ties Maid of Lara beat Lad" Vandyke, Maid of the Hills beat Barwon Asche, Bonnie Lassie Leat Shiloh. Bride of Lorne beat quick. The weather was favorable, and the coursing, which was good, will be resumed ti murr.,w.

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