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TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

TASMANIA. HOBART Tow', Mlay 1. The Assembly willbe dissolved to-morrow. Already the coming elections are cansing considerable excitement. Most of the Southern seats will be contested, and eeve ral of the Northern. At the inquest on the fire at the Cascade \' ,ollen Mills, a verdict was returned that it w ,s accidentally caused.

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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WAR IN THE EAST. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) REPORTED REVOLT OF THE CIRCASSIANS. LONDON, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

WAR IN THE EAST. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (RIUTER'S AUSTPALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMs.) REPORTED REVOLT OF THE CIR CASSIANS. LoNDON, M)& 18. The Ruseian entry into the Dobrudecha is is not confirmed. A Turkish despatch states that the Cir. cassians have revolted and capturedSnkhum Kale.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNIY, May 19. The bodies of two men drowned in the wreck of the ketch Rose have beejn re. covered. One is the sonod the late pruprietor ofthe .Newcatle Pper. Dr. Renwick has been elected to the senaah of the University in the place of the late Archbishop Polding. Advices received by the Behring, from Fiji, state that Sura has been proclaimed the capital. The ateamtug Rapid was taken possession of forcibly last night at Newcastle by Meanrs J. and A. Brown, and towed to Minmi. The crashing of 30 tons of ston' from thb Monte Cristo mine, Ilill.end, yielded 517o0 of gold. The weather is fine. SY.DEYr, May 18. In the Assembly last night, Mr. Parkea repeated that it was the intention of the Government to endeavour to clvse tht sessions as early as possibl ,but if they were not supported they would??lp way to an. other Administration; Attention was called in the Assembly to. night to the danger to passengers owing to the absence of high level bridges...

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THE RUSSIAN FLEET. LONDON, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

THE RUSSIAN FLEET. LoNDo~, May 18. The Russian fleet has left America under sealed orders.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

SOUTB AUSTRALIA. ADEAIDns, May 19. The Steamer Governor Musgrave has not ye t returned from the wreck of the Emily smith. A fire occurred at Wilson's drapery store, Rundle-street, the loss is estimated at several hundred pounds, which how ever is covered by insurance. Decided bets are not aftfected by the postponement of the races till Saturday. It is supposed that there were thirty nine souls on board the umaily Smith.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

EN-L ISH MAIL TABLE 1S77 FROMt ENGL?sD. on Leaves London Arrives .?:i ton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. 11 January . 19 March F-bruar . S February . 16 April . March . S March . 16 May. April . 5 April . 13 May .3 Ma) 3 Mar . . June . 9 May 31 June . S July . . . 26 June . 1S July . . 6 Augst . 21 July . 6 Auglust 3 September. IS August 23 August 31 October. 16 Sepltember .2' September 2S November . 13 October . . 1S October . 26 December . 11 November . 15 November 2 January-,1876 S December . 13 December 21 February . 5 FROM VICTORIA. ,,.vy Arrives London Arrives at London [Mclboure. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton 25 March . 12 March . 19 .22 April . . 9 April. . . 16 22 May . . 7 May . . 14 .,rI. . . 17 June . 4 June . . . 11 .:3 . . 15 July . 2 July . June . . . 12 July . 30 August . . 6 Ju . . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August . 7 September 24 October . . September . 4 October . 22 October . . 2J October . 4 November 19 November . 26 November 1 December 17 December . 24 Novemb...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

M ELBOUI'tNE LIVE STUCK MARKET. MELBOCtRNE, May 16. Hessrs. Ettershank Eaglestone and Mann report :-Fat Cattle--l,07 torward for this week The market opened dull, but improved considerably as sales progressed ; on the whole last week's prices were obtained for best pens. Prime pens bullocks brought from L10 15s to LI4 1t? ; good do, from 1.9 to L10 10 ; middling, and inferior front LG 10s upwards. Wesold -110 head bullocks at ual :irage of L9 5s: Fat bheep-14,tO 0 yarded, which was about equal to trade requirements. A large number .consisted of cross breds frIm the Westward ; and all suitable lots were cleared out early at a -light advance on last week's prices. Prime crossbred wethers brought front 183 to a% (2 few extra weights up to L.a) ; godxl do, froml 16 to 17s; prime crosbred ewes brought 1Ss; best merino sethers broughlt 5I tti; good, 12s to 13s; eute at p?slortiunate rates. We sold-A draft of crossbred t wes and wethers at Is ; and several small lots from the neighborhood,...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDnEY, May 19. The City of New York left Auckland on Sunday, and is expected at Sydney on Thursday. The boilerof a railway mill at West Mait land burst to-day, doing considerable damage, but their was no injury to life. A man named Simpson was found in a house at Burwood, with his throat cut. Cooper and Bailey's circus has arrived at New Castle. One of the employees was nearly drowned through falling off the wharf at Hobart Town. The Assembly has been dissolved, and Palliament was prorogued to let of June.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. POLITICAL. MELBOURNE, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. )rAUTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TILEORAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. POLITICAL. MlLvoa NIs, May 21. There will be no contest for the Speakership to-morrow,. both sides having agreed to support Sir C. G. Duffy. It is not known how this may affect ? r Charles M'Mahon's position in regard to Mr. Berry. The M'Culloch Ministry went out of office to-day, and four of the new ministers were sworn in, viz., Mr. G. Berry as Chief Secretary and Treasurer; Mr. W. C. Smith, Minister of Mines and Educa tion; Mr. F. Longmore, Minister of Lands, and Mi. J. B. Patterson, Minis" ter of Works. The remainder will be sworn in after the election of a Speaker. Mr. Grant, in the Assembly to-morrow will move Mr. Duffy's election to Speaker ship. It is not yet known who will represent the Government in the Legislative Council, but an oflice has been kept open for whoever does. To-day was observed as a partial holi da . dreadstuffs are quiet and prices unal tered.

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THE MARKETS. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

THE MARKETS. LosDO', May 19. Wheat is quiet, and speculation has been stopped, owing to the sharp reaction in America. New Zealand flax has been sold at £27. Metals are unchanged.

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THE WOOL MARKET. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

THE WOOL MARKET. LosDos, May 19. Greasy wools have recovered the fall. Scoured and washed are about a penny better than at the opening. The tone of the market is firm.

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RESIGNATION OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY. PARIS, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

RESIGNATION OF THE FRENCH MINISTRY. PAIrs, May 17. The French Ministry has resigned.

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SHIPPING. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

SHIPPING. LosbDo, May 19. The Kent, s.s., has left Plymnuth. Azrivals--H.M.S. Pearl, from Australia; Moneta, Dnnedin,Toowoomba, Jessie, Read man, Pekina; Wairoa, Darling Downs, Cru sader, City of Corinth, Otaki, Arannah, Lufra, Calypso.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE FRENCH MINISTRIES. LONDON, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. (AUSTRALIA.N ASSOCIATED rESs TZLInRaAs) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE FRENCH MINISTRIES. LoNDO, May 19. The resignation of the French Ministry was caused by a disagreement between Marshal M'Mahon and M. Simon, on the question of the Press Laws, which the Chamber had rejected. A right centre Ministry had been formed under the presidency of the Due De Broglie. The Duke De Cafees and General Berthalt remain with the Min istry. Marshal M'Mahon in a messago to the Chamber says, two of his ministers failed to uphold and conserve in his principles, and that he cannot associate with radicals, therefore he had:resolved to maintain the status quo till 1880. Great excitement was caused in Paris, but the city is now much calmer.

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THE RUSSIAN DEFEATS CONFIRMED. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

THE RUSSIAN DEFEATS CONFIRMILD. Low?DO, May 17. The Russian headquarters have been transferred to Ployesti, in Walachia. The Russiai, repulse at Batoum is sub stantially confirmed. Russian despatches state that Turkish ironclads bombarded Sukhumkale, aad that a deaparate battle was also fought on land, in which many were killed.

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COLONIAL DEFENCES. LONDON, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

COLONIAL DEIFENCES. Lopo.N, May 18. An important debate has taken place at the Royal Colonial Institute upon a paper read by Captain Colombo, on the colonial and Imperial responsibilities in time of war. Among the speakers were General Mfac dougall, head of the Intelligence Depart. ment, General Cnllison, Colonel Crossman, and Mr. Reed, M.P., late chief constructor of the navy. Strong opinions were expressed in favor of joint action by the colonial Go vernments on the questions of fortifying, es tablishing coal depots, and forming an ar senal and dockyard at Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

Sewing lachines, etc. -ýJ THE TWO MILLIONTH SEWING MACHINE, MANUFACTURED BY THE SINGER COMPANY, -1 OW exhibited at the CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION PHILADELPHIA, is a simple numerical fact, wh'ch will better illustrate the enormous. business done, and the world-wide popularity attained by this vomipay than any additional words of ours.-Sunday Jerctnry, N.Y., 21st May, 1876. TiHE OFFICIAL RETURNS FOR 1875, ]Made to the owners of the Principal Sewing Machine Patents, irove TIlE SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT. The Singer's sales for that year reached the enor mous number of .. .. . 249,S52 Ibe Wheeler and Wilson's ........... 103,740 All other returns amount to. 175,163 TIHE CHICAGO FIRE RELIEF COJIMITTEE Distributed amongst the female applicants for relief - *?lsewing machines, each being allowed to select the machine she preferred. NOTE THE RESULT: Of those ord ered, the Singer Company supplied 1 427; Wheeler and Wilson, 235; Howe, 127; Grover and Baker, 44; Wilcox and Gibbs, 30.-New York Dispatch...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XIII—POOR EUGENIE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

a o !1omiafal5 h fh t OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. I A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XIII-rooR EUGENIE. a (Continued.) " I will not venture, Countess," she continued, correcting herself ; " I will not venture to ecunse others, who are so nearly related to you; but I blame myself, because I had not courage to cling fast to the bottom of the lake when they tried to draw me out. What hap pen.ed afterwards were the freaks of madness, for I never regained my senses. I wandered blindly about the world, and suddenly found myself in the castle again. I saw that I was contemptuously treated there, but I despised myself, and when I was helplessly married to the school master 1 looked upon it as a righteous punishment. When the deed was accom plished I recovered my consciousness, and again had hours and days in which I could think quietly, though not clearly. I deternnined to live as if in a solitude, a desert, without soul, or thought, a mere machine which moves until it runs down. There...

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GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

RA:\IN, FLOUIt, AND PRUVISIUN M1ARKET. MIEL5BOURNE, May 17. 3lrsrt. Lord and Iluglhes' report : The u;::het during the week has been considerably .'xcited, and transactions to a large amdunt have ,n11 ca:t ;ed through at advanced prices. WhTeat l'he receipts are by rail, ",5G5 bars; coastwise, 62,31 la:-. .: the latter, 1,110 bags arrived from New 4 agi fIro Adelaide, and 210 bags from S ereral large parcels have ehanged hands Sd. Western wheat, sold at 7 7s 1 ; and S. catlld wheat, at irmin 5b to e,. The market iv,,,,: t~-day very tirm. Flour -The receipts are by rai, 2,710 hais ; and co.atwise from Adelaide, SO b rtir trah-hiplmnent t,, ilier colonies. At the date uI our last relourt sale, Ist best country brands were tha :lln at Li+s tis., Dales of large parcels have now been ',i :. 1,17 51 to L17 1., and holders are unow ask ing t1.1 15s. i-ver, t, Iu\ are coning forward from seavrail ,I the country districts, where supplied are rciunllg short. tats-The receipts are--b rail 336 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877

New Advertisements. BANK HOLIDAY. TIHE BANKS in Camperdown will be CLOSED on Thursday next, the 24th May, 1877, (Queen's Birthday). Department of Public Works. Melbourne, 18th May, 1877. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received, subject to the Conditions of Tendering, for RE. PAIRS at the RECEIPT and PAY OFFICE, Camperdown, until Twelve o'clock on Thursday, 31st May. Drawings and Specifications may be seen at this office, and at the Receipt and Pay Office, Camperdown. The amount of the preliminary deposit to accompany the Tender is £2, and the amount of the deposit as cash security for the due performance of the Contract is 10 per cent. The Board of Land and Works will not necessarily accept the lowest or any Tender. JOSEPH JONES, Commissioner of Public Works. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF RIPON AND HAMPDEN. ELECTION OF ONE MEMBER TO SERVE IN THE LEGISLATIVE ;S SEMBLY. Declaration of the Poll. I HEREBY give notice, that in pursuance of a Writ of Election, dated the 30th day of April, 1877, a POLL ...

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