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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877
2'UESDA Y, MAY Y2, 1877. A NEv colony has been added to Greater Britain, as Sir Charles Dilke calls the British dependencies. The submarine tele graph informed us the other day that the Transvaal Republic is at length annexed to the Cape Colonies. This makes tha seventh of Her Majesty's plantations in Southern Africa. It must be owned that on this subject a considerable degree of want of informa tion prevails even in the best-informed circles, seeing that our possessions in that quarter are commonly supposed to consist of the Cape Colony.. Bnut'i all there are no less than sevesi ie, now happily linked to, Th'dr i . grand South African Confederation.. Of these, two were not long since indepMnd.nt Repuhblics-the Orange Riverimd Trans vaal Sta'es. These were founded by Dutch fi'r.ers, or Dloer., as they are called, owh, not rehlishing the rule of the E:..li-h foreigner, emigrated from the Cape Colony into th.. interior of the contihnt., and there estahlished settlhne?its of their o wn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877
Literature. THE With which "The HAHPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THE OFFICE, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. SrBSecRurIos- Per quarter .. .. ... ... 6 ed. ,, . posted .. . .. 7s. 6d. Subscribers can only, discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears ADVErTISsING Ordinary Advertisements, per inch .. 38 Fer inch, per quarter. . .. .. 15e A considerable reduction if advertisements are in serted for a lengthened period. A.:ertisements must specify upon the face of them t0-. ember of times they are to be inserted, or they wlsnoe continedl until countermanded, and charged. All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must be in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-dty on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colae .. Mr. W. J. Green P...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877
MARKETS. MELBOURNE WouL, TALLOW, AND BIlDE MARKET. MELBOUt'NE, May I6. Messrs. R. ;olisbrousgh anti Co. r.por: Wool-lWe have sold a few small lots by 1,ivate con tr ict during the week at about previous rate,. Sheep skins-Prices have not altered, late rates ,ling fully u aintained at our sale. We sold a lar :. !lply at tie folhwin_ price-.- butchers' kit-. lI ,.s ii Is tki ?cth: dry -kins, 34d to 71 p."r lb, liti' . A full eli, comin iprwar, anr I :ii are reil 1% takeu by the c? Il tri. at -ut..- t -,: '. We have quitted ;ew ZL.d lirel. :it pr rt, rini up to 5.~d per Il., Local ,prlu-ne i- -,dc.able at the following quota tion ' :--Avcrr:e ox-hide-, lSs 6d to 31i each; do cow,-hides, 15, t. :, ;d each ;-do Victorian salted, 3;.d to 41d per lb. Kailngroo Skins - We subumitted a suatll cata'i:'ue etertnlay, but Ipased in the bulk, the attendance oI buyers bein. limited ; we, however. etfected a few -ales up to tld per lb. Tallow has again much ilumproved in value, several superior lot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 May 1877
Advertisemeats. I'. W. TAIT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CA MPERDOWN. BARKLY HOUSE t A. PATON, * FAMILY DRAPER, MOORABOOL STREET, GEELONG. DrSStmaktizg executed in first class style. Tailoring at lowest prices, fit guaranteed. MENS' AND BOI'' CLOTHING, A CARPETS, MATTINGS, & ; FLOORCLOTHS. X GE LON' G. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. W M. FERGUSSON has for PRIVATE " SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Elingamite, Jan court, Timboon, and Mortlake. Manifold-street, Camperdown T. HANCOCK, Solicitor, Proctor, and Convoyancer IMURRAY-STREET, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays, MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. PETTIGREW intimates that he Swill visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. 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. WANTED TENDERS. TENDERS will be received up to the 2n...
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
' A G RNeA BtO0GL-- L?T. -TOCiif - MARKET. W ARNAMxBOOL, May 19. Mler5s. .llepburn. Leonard and Rugg report:-Owing to the boisterous weather, supplies of stock were unexpectedly limited. The attendance was considerably below the average. The prices of fat cattle were unequal to the valuations of the vendors, lhos :ire evidently hoping to secure the advanced rates of the winter. Store cattle are quite equal to our last quotations; those well-tred and in good cotn ditison makin very satisfactory prices. Sheep-we have inquiries for good lots of crossbred stores which ve could place very satisfactory; for other descrip tions the demand has not improved. For fat and store pigs prices are a hadle better. We can place 50 or C0 bacon pigs at the highest current rates. Sound hol?es atd' suitable for ceneoral requirements are quite inadequately supplied, but we trust that the large number to he offered at our Annual June Sale, oni 14th, will partially renedy this deficiency. Milch cows and sp...
OXYGEN IS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
OXYGEN is Lire.-DR. BRIGHT'S PHOSPHO DYNE.--3ULTITUDES OF PEOPLE are hopelessly sufferling firm Debility, Nervous and Liver Com pl'ints, Depression of Spirits, Hypochondria, Timidity, Indigestion, Failure of Hearing, Sight, and Memory, Lassitude, Want of Power, &c., whose cases admit of a permanent cure by the new remedy PHOS PHODYNE (Ozonic Oxvyen), which at once allayr all irritations and excitement,, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled constitution, and rapidly cures every zt e.cf the M hitherto incurable and distressing maiad'es. Solt by all Chemists and Drugrists throughout the Clode. Z. CAUTIO? . - PHOS PHOIHUS is sometimes sold-in the form of Pills and Lozenges; it should be generally known that every form where solid particles of Peosphorous are in combination is dangerous. It is, therefore, necessary that the public should be cautioned against the use of any form of Phosphorus not perfectly soluble if water.
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
BALLAIRAT WHlIILESALE PRODUCE . MA. IKET. 13 .LLAtiRiAT, May 19. MIeirs. C. Vaughitn and Co. report:- Bread stllfs have advanced coneiderably since our last report, and although price, in Melbourne have been checked in their upward tendlncies, wtfimarket is prime at the ilnproved rates. tlorefceei grain is in good demand, and for the etine beig; sellers have lo litliculty in quitting alutist any quantity. ' Thd inclemency of the weather made business in hay rather unsatisfactory, and to cselo extentl reventet. ltatocs coining in, but to-day a full supply came in: and prices are easier. qdu?i:tious :- F!Our, LI(; .1s .t-, L17 ; wheat, 7s 3d to 7s 51; seed, 7s 9d to ds 3dr; oats, 3s 6d to 3s 8d; seed, 4s to 4s dl ; Cape barley, 3s 4d to 3s Gd; seed, As ; English harley, 3s 6d tb,4s d; peas, 3s 6d ; seed, 4s 3d ; inanger hay, LI to '4 lOs ;'.sheaves, L3 10s to L3 15s; straw, L2 to L:i; potatoes, L2; rye gras. seed, as 9d to 7sSd; branl, s 4d.; ollard, is 7d ; bone dust, L6 to L6 15s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
New Advertisements. WINTEI WINTE IT E R. T. & W. DO WN, 'Invite inspection of their large and care fully selected STOCK OF WINTER GOODS, GENERAL DRAPERY, &c. INC LtUDING FANCY IEI?, STUFFS French Merinos, Sergs. Satin Cloths, \Vinceys, &c. LADIES' WATERPROOF M1ANTLES, AND ULSTERS, Tweed, Shepherd, Rob Roy, Tartans, Honey. combs, LAe. LA;NKETS All Sizes .FLANINELS - Welsh, Castlemaine aridt Ballarat, Printed, Scarlet, Pink and Blue. TWOTEEDS Cotton, Union, All-wool,. and-Waterproof. WOOLS Berlin, Fleecy, Fingering, and Alloa, in .all shades and colors. TAILORING` DEPARTMENT, For this they have a Large Assortment of the very best Goods, suitable for the season in TWEEDS, CLOTHS, FRIEZES, &c., to which they invite special attention, All orders for Tailoring executed promptly, in the best style; and at moderate charges. A VERY LARGE STOCK 01 READY-MADM CLOTHING, for Men, Youths, and-Boys, in English and Colonial Tweeds MACINTOSH COATS, by Macintosh, and o...
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, May 23. In the Assembly, a bill restrietiug the employment of ' Polynesians to within 30 miles of the coast, prohibiting the e'ps ssion of tirearmus, and employment except in trpical or =mictropical agriculture, a e?p d Je Wscond readiag. Australia, says the South Ai stralila Regis ter, by reason of its dlimatic Conditions, is remarkably well ?dapted for astronomical observations. On this ground, European astronomers may reasonably look to our load savants for assistance in deciding many of the most intricate problems in their favourite science. Among these is the re determination of the parallax of Jupiter, and from that of the parallax of the sun. The South Australian Goverinmnet astro nother, Mr. Todd has been for a considerable thie past engaged in malting obser,?ations on Jupiter and his satellites, especially with re' gard to the occulations, eclpses, and transite of the latter, and lately he has communi cated a paper on the subject to the Royal Astronomi...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON,,May 22. T"i ,r:wr and passengcrs of the Ocean li. wr cked at Chatham Island, arrived l \ coart of inquiry has suspended ('lt ?n Watson's certificate for nine m ,t: .i.;. and the first and second mates' for six imnths. The second and third mates aund .l ,i iprentice have been committed for 1,r1i r? It is alle ed that the grossest in. 1i, .~; ,in was shown by the captain in the ti ; "l, 0 the wreck and cargo. The forme w, I: wirihin live days, without notice for £i 'i. t thie cargo was sold some dayr ab~ r : t ir £545. A protest by theprincis It! r ,lcats agailst the sale has bean sent t o 1r incacc companuies, andt grave doubts ar1 :rt.ined as t4. its legality. The pur chi ,l inonei has not been paid. 400 bales of wii adI 1010 casks of tallow are ashore, antd t'e l :each is strewn for miles with wool. Thee wreck occurred early on March 20. Thi vessel struck on French Reef, and broke in two, 10 days ago.
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
ENGLISH MAIL TI'A3LE 1ST7 F:ROM Es.: L.\. Ii. Leaves bondn 1 .c ves Lrnl-i Arrives 7hL hSlltth'ifli1nj'! i'wiirinii. 'it i Melbourie. Januiar 11 Taman 19 Marrch "i Febni:ay Felcua y 1 April March ' March .iiM I. Apri 1: Ma} 313% ~ . lac1~\ . 11 .rune - May s1 .-ma' Mi" . ii J Jni i .*nlr ii A-UUtt . . 2 Jule t : . i September. is 1 Au~t~ °°i~ ~ ; cn.r. 1 Sii'epteml 'r cy~ttciuber °_; N iiiii er 1, Octdc 1 ' Odi r . Pcciil'r 11 'N uuc: 1:. ii A 1ctr '1 Itmnurir 1-7 S Dvinl c '~ ~'iiib'r 21 Fhituari FROM V \ICTORIA. Leaveld irii'c London Arrives it London ýleliie . it Itriimlisi.ia Suouthaimpton 1 ii ua'i _ March t Marchi 19 Sebru.i' April 9Ai . .16 Mair'li t7 a . 7 Ma 4 \pil r . 17 !Tune . . dune . Ii1 Jil 11 ! u: et. Sptebe iizcn't. i >eideibtiuci 21 Otoet-ltr . 1 -eptitittber .4 iktubr . '_ October . October . . ibci' 19 November. b 5i Nombe I itiler IDecetnber 14 SN ti ni . ury. ' 14ni Jt 14 uti,1)77 '21 I ccr. ruar 111 Fehru'iru 1S
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELaIDE May 22. Mr. Baker and Mr Hughes will move and secmit the adoption of the address in reply to the Governor's speech in the Council. Mr. Murray and Mr. Blyth will perform asimilar otlice iu the Assembly. The Acting-Governor gave a ball to the otficers of H. M1. S. Nymphe last night. She leaves to day. The libel case Cullen and Wigley v. King has ailj Burned for a week. W\?&lt;ett is steady at Ss id.; flour, £17 103. to o!:1 5..
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
:L\ tL LiE INT ELLIGENCE. ,1W U1T\i' WALES SYDNEY, May 23. Int I ?h, A\.mblv to-night, Mr. Combes's m., II , i.fercce to raising three com pan? o: i, intrvy M+ n, gatived without a !diviý 1ir. ['arkes stated that a preli niun r. :rt o~f Sir William Jervois and f' i,: " ,a'hlilov woulh be laid before Par li: . tlhin 1i dayI,but that their general ie, : , not be submitted until all the S:, , h; c Leon setenced to two - :! . ,.,ility., jun., and Rae to tivelve m * '::i,- t.:ch, for coi,-siracy to defraud. ' , i v'etn the tWaratah and Mel hE . ,. d Carlton Football Cluhbsi as be?n arruni.d i here for the end of June,, each clid plin .:; iie day under its own cules. [T.i.ratry Station; on the Began giver, with v:. 000 sheep and 1, 000 cattle, has been sold o, Mr. John Reed, of Victoria, at a price withid. The use of fireworks in the streets is to be prevented to-morrow. A heavy westerly gale is blowing. SToNsY, May 22 In the Assembly to-night Mr., Buchanan's monun in favour of a stricter...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
A USIRALIAN TELEGRAM'S. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCLXTED PRESS TELEORAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBbUR\E, May 24. To-day was generally observed is a holiday, the Governor's levee being largely attended. The Hunt Club Races have been post poned until Saturday. The RMIS., Travancore arrived off Gle fielg this afterndonr, and will ptobably itreh'Melboturne on Satiurday night. As the day i*as observed as a close holiday, there was nothing doing. The Victorian Coursing Club Meeting commenced to-day with the Tasmanian Plate. .. The Fire Brigade demonstration at Geelong to-day was a: great success.. Over 1000 ihkmen, were -present, and, ifter parading the town; the comietition was proceeded with.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA, H.M.S. Travancore anchored off Gle nelg at 4 p.m. to-day. She brings a large nunber of passengers. The South Australian Jockey Club's M3eeeting was continued to-day with the following results : Maiden Plate-Lockleys 1 ; Talk of the V;io, '2: Explosion, 3; Timei 1 min; cup--Aldinga, 1; Whisperer, 2. Time, 3 nun. 8i3k see. . !ling Hurdles-Jack's the Lad, 1; Wly Nsot, 2 ; Diver, 3. L.' in; Race-Cupbearer, 1; Cairo, 2;
COBDEN ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
COBDEX A TIILETIC SPORTS. The anniversary of Her 'Majesty's fifty. eighth birthday was eelebratcd at Cobden yesterday, by an Athletic Sports gathering, which drew a large crowd of spectators; and including a large viiitbel of vSitoifs from C'aamperdulwn and the surroiinding district. The weather was fine during the A sole bf the day, but the late rains caused the ground to be in a very sloppy condition, and espe cially so where the running took place. Not withstanding ,this; lio ?evsi;, litos of the raced were well ectcested; each event bring. ing out a large number of cotipetitors. The programme as puilished, was got thiough with great despatch, boing no dbubt; to the exertiois of the secretairy, \r. J. B. Willing. ham, and the other members of the com mittee. Altogether the meeting was a very successful one, and it is to be hoped that the Cobden people w'ill see tlihir way to make the gathering an annual one. The Cobden Brass Band, under the leadership of Mr. G. Braithwaite, playe...
OPENING OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877
OPE.'J2IG OF THlE SE IF" 1'.l :. LIA.I EN T; The ninth Parlianilent of \itt,,r'.. , opeiiedi ol Tuesday without omuch in toi :,v of ceremony, and nothing in the fi:: -f pageant. Sir WV. F. Stawtll and r11. ,l ce Mtoleswortti were the conmiaiun? .. Pointed to fqepretit tlho Go?ar?, .:, they Itthended n the Legisliaive Cu'in . r that purpose precisely at noon. AftA r :;;a memubers of the Legislative Asseli,; 1i:;1 been summoned, Sir.W\'. F. Stawell reld :is proclamatioln calling .parliament tocthr,, and also stated the causes which hadled ihi Excellen`y tij bostven lprllilauient iv :1I he made known at a future date. ii;e members of the Assembly were then ,hild that their present business was to elect a Speaker, and they, therefore, withdrew. After the Commissioners had also left the Council Chambers, the president took the chair, and the usual declarations front e,ch of the members that they held the qunlitica. tions required by law were then put in, and the Council adjourned until t...