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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELIIDE, May 17. The Chief Justice was sworn in as Acting-Governor this morning. He will also carry on his judicial duties. Governor Cairns left for England by the mail steamer Aldinga. Spark and Star are the favorites for the Cup, and Pride of the Hills for the St. Leger.

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

NEW SOUTH W~ALES. SYD?EY, May 17. The trial of the Coolah Bank robber case was commenced to-day. A tire broke out at O'.Neill's grcoery store, Darliughuist, this morning, and the building and its contents were con sumed. O'Seill escaped with difficulty. A portion of a wreck has been seen on the beach between Charlotte Head and Cape Hawk. The Assembly has unanimously ap proved of the plan and section for the extension of the railway to Albury.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 16 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

SOUTH AUSTPRALIA. AIFLAIDE, May 1N The Quarantine Ceo nirion has returned from a trip of inspecti..n, They are likely to recommend Black Print, Yoike's 1'enin sula, as me Ft suitable frr a stati( n. The Advertiucr, ccn.menting p,,n the Victorian elections; say- that dibaster and degradation may be rxjectid as much firm the personnel, as from the policy of the new Assembly. A Victorian Humiane Society's medal has been presented to Mr. Rolland, secnr,d Irate of the Governor Mrigrave, for bravery in connection with the wreck of the Agnes. Dr. Sturt has resigned his ro?ti,?n as medical officer at the Northern Territory, If he leaves, the territory will be without a medical man. The Government have received a telegram from London, dated 15th May, stating that the Oaklands has been delayed for three weeks owing to small-pox among the crew. The emigrants had not embarked. The first instalment of Martini rifles and cartridges has been shipped by the mail, and the Whampoa will bhing the rema...

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NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

SEW SOiUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 16, In the Assembly to-night, Mr. Parkes, re plying to Mr. Robertson, said that the G.. vernment intendei to adhere to the course indicated in the recent statement, and to use their utmost endeavors to bring the session t > a close, and to make any sacritice to con vene Parliament aga n withintwentyone days or even sooner, and then immediately to pro ceed with an Electoral Bill. A Munici. palities Bill o ild also te introduced, giving greater powers ant further endow. ment. They would also bring in a bill to remedy the state of things in the city by giving to the Municipal Council sufficie't power to conduct the affAirs of the city creditably. They would also place before Parliament a bill to deal with the education question, and also several other measures of considerable importance. The Governn e it considered that they could not do all these things unless the present session was brought to a speedy close, and he asked hon. mem. bers to support the ...

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THE ENGAGEMENT AT BATOUN. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

THE ENGAGEMENT AT BATOUN. LosDo,, May 15. Russian despatches admit a trifling loss in the engagt ment near Batoun, butstate that the Turks sustained enormous losses.

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DEFEAT OF MR. GLADSTONE'S MOTION. LONDON, May 15 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

DEFEAT OF iMR. GLADSTONE'S MOTION. Lo.?los, May 15 Mr. Gladstone's motion on the Eastern question has betn rejected by 354 to 223. It was agreed not to divide upon Sir H. D. Wolff's amendment declaring that the House declines to ente rtainany resolution hampering the Government without indi cating an alternative policy.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE CRISIS. NO MINISTRY YET FORMED. THE HOUSE TO MEET ON TUESDAY NEXT. MELBOURNE, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

A USTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE CRISISI. NO MINISTRY YET FORMED. THE HOUSE TO MEET ON TUES DAY NEXT. hELBOUR.NE, May 17. The Assembly will meet on Tuesday for the election of a Speaker. There are two candidates, Sir Charles M'Mahon and Sir Charles Gavan Duffy. Mr. Lalor will accept office in the new Ministry, and is, therefore, not a candidate. Mr. Farrel, Mr. Davies, and Mr. Smith are likely to be nominated for the Chairmanship of Committees, but these appointments will not be made for some time. After the election of Speaker, the House will ad journ for three weeks or a month, for the Ministerial elections, and then the formal opening of Parliament, with the Gover nuor's speech, will take place. It is stated that objections exist to two members taking their seats. One is an uncertifi cated insolvent, and the other is an or dained minister of religion. Mr. Berry is still engaged in the task of forming a Cabinet. Various rumors are afloat, but nothi...

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INVASION OF THE DOBRUDSCHA. LONDON, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

IDNYASIO OF THE DOBRUDSCHIA. LosDon, May 15. A Russian division has crossed the Danube and entered the Dobrudscha. An engagement is proceeding.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

E P P'S C OCOA REMAEFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws ihich govern the operations of diges tion and nutrition, and by a careful applica tion of the tine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flav'ored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors wills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to re sist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keep. ing ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."- See article in the Civil Service Gazett e. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in packets (tins for abroad) ab elled : James Epps and Co., O13tIEOPATIIIC CHEMISTS, 48 Threadneedle-street, and 170 Piccadilly Works:. Euston Road and Camden Town, London. Keating's Cough Lozenges, ...

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For a Woman's Sale, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XII—BROTHER AND LOVER. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

rs a ! on ian's alt, ORt, 'LTHE S MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. I --t CHAPTER XIl-- BuoTuHE .AN? LOVER. (Continued.) r My imother and I of course remained e far away from the bustle of Hernann's t bachelor life, and ,only sometimes heard through others of the most astonishing things, which always showed that Her mann intentionally arranged his style of living after the pattern of his father's. The exquisites of the city and all the officers were his guests and the heralds of his muniticence. One alone seemed to hold aloof from Hlermann's parties and entertainments, and this one was Radom. He, too, had made Hermnnann's acquaint ance at a soiree given by the prince, and my brother had called upon him and left his card. Radom had not rettlrned this civility so Langenbach informed us in a con teimptuoustone, intended to markRadoui's lack of courtesy. Impossible If Radom could not sympathize with nmy brother, which dlid not surprise me, wlhy did he not-for my sake-at least satisfy the forms o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

Tee PROrFssIONAL REPCTATION or A tRESPrcT AstL Pnrstc?ua or chemist is at stake when either undertakes to pronounce upon the elficacy or purity of a popular remedy. Thousands of eminent physicians and analysts have publicly concurred in declaring that for purity and invigorating properties, the medi cinal stimulant best entitled to public confidence is LUDooro WoLFrs' SCIItnDA ASoMantC SCIInOPPs. It 1i the remedy par excellence for kidney disease, indi gestlon, and debility. OxyoEs ie LIFr.-DR1 BRIGHT'S PHIOSPIIO DYNE.-3-GLTITUDES OF PEOPLE are hopelessly sufferlug from Debility, Nervous and Liver Com plsints, Depression of Spirits, Hypochondria, Timidity, Indigestion, Failure of Hearing, Sight, and Memory, Lassitude, Want of Power. &c., whose c?es admit of a permanent cure by the new remedy PfHOS PIIODYNE ( rzonic Oxygen), which at once allays all irritations and excitement,, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled constitution, and rapidly curia everv stage of these'h...

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"CALCHAS" ON THE POLITICAL SITUATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

" CALCHA8" ON THE POLITICAL 817UATION. TO T'E EDITOR OF TIE CHRONICLE. Sir,--We are a free and enlightened people and can elect whom we please to represent us in Parliament. The general elections, which were determined last Fri day, resulted in a general surprise. The conservative party has experienced a crush ing defeat, and the country, within the last few days, hasFpassed through a bloodless revolution. Manhood suffrage has at length awoke to the position, and, with the assist ance of men who ought to know better, has succeeded in returning about as bad a lot of representatives as could be induced by a bribe of £300 a year to come forward. Men, conspicuous for their talents and acquire ments, have been faithfully rejected, while the best passport to the suffrages of the electors has been ignorance and volubility. The radical party have now got the ball at their feet, and if they don't kick it vigor ously, it will not be for want of opportunity. Mr. Berry is at length in the posit...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. (;F.ELONS, May 14. Mlessr. RItihard ilelll'ih and Co. report: Fat Cattle- A poor supply, the quality for the rmot part hein really good. Prices were satisfactory, es pecially fur euwi, which made up to 35s per Io01bs. \We sold nsome old light good cows to L7 12s Cd. Fat Sheep-Market indifferently supplied, quality rangiug from medium to prime. The trale were fairly repre sented, and prices for a:1 descriptions were about equal to last week's. Our sal?i were :-75 fair weight cress-br d mixed sexes, at hgs C ; S2 do, merinoes, at 1ls; 16t4 do, at .i : 322 medium do, at market rates ; and outside, 215 ueaful quality, mixed sexes at its; and about 350 medlium do, at a sattifactory price. Fat Lambs--number penned was short of demand, the few good bringing extreme prices. We sold 7 fair to gcol to 10s. (EELONG, May 14. Messrs. Ceorge Synlnlot nItIl Co. report: Fat Cattle-A h,,rt ýotppls, which were all of prime quality, nrl. cousetqi itly, !prices were extr melv...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

MELBOURNE LIVE -TOCK MARKET. l.1LLA.TT, MINay 13. 3le(,r'. FI?,ke en uit 4iblinll reI port : Fat Cjattle- ?:i aniirde, 170 of the were -i .. Stores. 'l e bL:larnc o- :<ted of oprimle a' I . " , quality. The sup'i y I leCl:. the 1tt ylarc d ' i-:e time pa-t. There n;asafair attedl lace if g.i. . .id last c-eekl's i u ,atati-i . ?are ',il . . '4- 70 he. t for Me-rr..J. at d P. M31oiftld. PI re e bull ek= at fr, m Ll2 12P ' i to LIT. te.: ; h," ' . t i.*- . t p p rice "f th e r .:t a.t . . 'l .' - t'u! t..i, i- ,.. I:ex?ki·n :t',r s, . ti'. . - .. |c rr h . ita to "-. Fi Sheep-9.I -rdci l, a air pri i. rt , ,i'n -d to prime, the .iiatec jel i-n i.l, ileiea. A11 ' ieraie attendance of buyer,, e and althui h ,ai-s -Ictuated cetonsiderably, we cann- t qutl' m Atc ti,, luntin front last week's pricei. Quotation --P'nue croabretld ethers, les to 21s d1; prime cro--lbred etwe.. 15 to 165 :- ; be-t merinu wchers in, oh to 10, '1 : be-t merino ewes, 7; to , •1i. We Ild- S-3 cros-bre...

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OPENING OF THE QUEENSLAND PARLIAMENT. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS BRISBANE, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

OPENISG OF TIlE QUEE.SLA-ND PARLIAMENT. (SUSTRALIAS ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEG?RAMS B1RISB.LNE, Miay 15. Parliament was opened to-day with unu seal ectat by his Excellency Sir A. E. Ken. nedy. There was a very large attendance, and the Governor was accorded a most car. dial reception. The speech referred ti, the kindly reception given to the Gouvcrn,.' u on his arrival in the colony, to the iIf:~nx of Chinese, and the precautions taken against the introduction of small-pox. It als> re ferred to limiting the sphere of Polynesian labor, to the successful working of the last Land act, and to the Education Act; but au regards the latter, an amending bill is to: be introduced for creating a more advanced sytt.. of instruction. A Volunteer Bill and a financial Separation Bill are pro. r mised. A provisional agreement fr free interchange of certain c',mmodities w?th South Australia has been made. The rail. way policy of last session is to be re-m?tro duced, and it is intended also to con-tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

Literature. THE With which "The HA3IPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED, Rvzar al TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, ~ IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT TUC OP'IC, it MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOW'N. ti ScascrrnI-ox- i Per quarter .. .. .. .. 6. 6d. posted .. ... 7s. 6d. d Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a qnarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on o0 the payment of all arrears ADnvR'isitso Ordinary Advertisements, per Inch .. 3s Per inch, per quarter .. ... ...15s A considerable "reduction if advertisements are in ferted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until countermanded, and charged. A All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must be in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-day on Mondays and p Thursdays AGENTS- C Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong . Mr. Henry Franks Col...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 May 1877

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE   MARKET. GEELONG, May 15.   Messrs. Richard Mellish and Co. report--   Sheepskins--The local and metropolitan buyers were fairly represented, but for certain reasons competition was anything but brisk, as far as the former were concerned, and prices were easier compared with last   week. We sold a fair quantity as follows:-Best pelts, 3s to 4s 3½d : medium do, 1s 8d to 2s 6d; dry skins, to 4½d per lb. Hides-The usual attendance of the trade; prices a shade higher than last quota- tions. Our sales were-Green, to 4½d; salted, to 5d; calf, 4d to 5½d. Tallow -We sold 12 pipes mixed ren- dered at L35 10s. GEELONG, May 15. Messrs. Buckland and Burnett report: Sheepskins-We had a full attendance of buyers, and the usual supply of skins. Prices were hardly as firm as last week's. Best crossbred skins brought from 48d to 54d; merinos, 36d to 42d; medium quality skins, 30d to 34d; others, from 12d. up- wards; station...

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INCENDIARISM AT BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

~i- I NCENDIARISM AT BELFAST. BELFAST, Friday, May 18. N The inquest on the burning cf the Shire chambers occupied all day, before Captain Lane, the coroner, and a jury of 12. It was - proved in evidence that the old books found in the safe were, until the night of the fire, always kept on shelves in the office, and had not been in the safe for years; that the secretary was the only person who had the key of the safe ; that Corbett, the assistant clerk, had been using the roll and valuation book up till 5 o'clock on the evening of the C Are, and had left the books on the office table. When the safe was opened after the fire, the said roll and valuation books were found in the safe. The secretary, when asked to explain how the books came in the afe, replied that he could not account for - t. The secretary swore that he was not at the office from Wednesday, May 2, until after the date of the fire. Evidence was also given which showed that about 11 o'clock on the night of the fire a wi...

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COUNTRY COURT, CAMPERDOWN. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1877. Before His Honor Judge Rogers. UNDEGENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

CUUNTIY COURI, YAMPERDOWIN. FRIDAY. MAY 18, 1877. Before His Honor Judge Rogers. UND~J DE D CASE S. J. A. Quinn v James Hornby, goods sold and delivered, L5 12s 10d. Mr. Picken for plaintiff. Verdict for amount, with 16i costs. James Allen v. T. M. Austin, advertising, kc., L2 5s. Mr. Picken for plaintiff. Vcr. diet for amount, with L2 costs. Same v. C. C. Rawlins, advertising, &c., Lll 12s 6d. Mr. Picken for plaintiff. The Judge gave a verdict for the amount, and L1 ])9s costs. Alfred Anderson v. William Jones, goods sold and delivered, LS 9s lid, Verdict for the amount claimed was awarded, with L2 4s costs. R. Cozens v. P. Burnett, debt, horsebreak. ing, &e, ,IA 4s. Mr. Picken for plaintiff. A Verdict for the amount was given. Costs 11 3s. DEFENDED CASES. Peter Morrison v. William O'Brien. in this case plaintiff sought to recover the value of a cow sold to him by the defendant, and which had after wards been seized by a person named Edge. Mr. Picken appeared for th...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

NEW ZEALAND. WELIaNGTON, May 19. The Colonial Bank of New Zealand has purchased the Dunedin University buildiungs, which are of stone, and in a central position, for £27,000. The buildings originally cost over f30,000. Mr. O'Shea offers 7s Sd in the £1. The representative of the Australian creditors, and probably the majority, have accepted the offer. The barque Feronia, belonging to a Mlel. bourne firm, has been wrecked at iKaipar Heads. The captain reports that the boat. were got out as the vessel was filling, ?nd the tide was ebbiyng d llowinthir.a iq . There are very little hopes of gettin t the Ocean Mail Aportin of th wool is en shore. The bor of the ship is oat of water, but the rest is umbmerged. The Warrnamboet Stndard says :-Mr. J. W. Anderson, well.keown in this district sean auctioneer, and who has been with the firm of Hepburn Leonard ~ndE Ru, ire, hey commenced business here, is a?out to I ave Warnambool. We understand that he has accepted a position as auctioneer and ...

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