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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

keating's Cough Lozenges, OMIPOSED of the purest articles. These Lozenges contain no opium, nor any deleterious drug therefore the most delicate can take them with perfe conflience. Their bereficial effect is speedy and ce tain. This old unfailing family remedy is daily recom mended by the most eminent Physicians for the cure o COYGfES, ASThMA, I 3RONCEITIS, AOCVMVLBTION OF P'LE M. COPY OF TESTIMONIAL. MIr; T, IiEA.c t. Indian Medical Service. Dear Sir,--Having tried your Lozenges in India, 1 hare ninch pleasure in tbstifying to their heneficial "-effects in cases in lncipiefit Consumption, Atlihm:, and Bronchial Affections. I have prescribed them largely, \With .the best results. W. B. G- , Alpothecary, II.M.S. KEATINO'S COUGH LoZENGES are prepared by Tost.Ls KE ATIxO, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, and sold by all Chemists, in boxes, and tins. Heating's Bon. Bonrs or Worni Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETM3EAT, both in appearance and taste, furnishing a most agreeable method of a...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XIV—ANOTHER FRIEND DEPARTS. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

ORtt, TILE M1YSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. to A NEW' SENSATIONAL STORY. ' CHAPTER XIV--x OTIEtI FtIENO DE PARTS. (Continued.) Ii is true Stephanie was beautiful, inde scribably beautiful The white brocade, interwoven with delicate threads of gold, le seemed i,, have been specially selected to show that her ?nowy skin could bear any test; the the lwers in her hair were chosen with iasterly skill to relieve this tint, and droope'd lightly and gracefully on the t cla~sically formed neck, while her luxu riant goelen tresses were besprinkled with a scarcely perceptible glittering powder which, retlectiug the light of the chande- lier, semted intended to increase the lustre of her hair. c After the exchange of a few civilities I endeavoured, as daughter of the house, " to finld soac pretext to shake oil Langen- b bach. I saw Mar:ic, wit,, as imy compainion, was always present at our little entertain ients, an 1 ui,,tinied to her. She obeyed the signal, but ,in her way suddenly itorterel. recove...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, May 21. .Ies.rs. Buckland and t l rnett report : Sheepskini-A very poor attendance of buyers, and we consequently passed in all our dry skins, selling onlr green. skins, which realised prices fully equal to those ruling last week. Best crossbred skins made from 58d. to 65d; medium quality, 4Sd to 54d, merinos. from 3di to 4Sd; small skins 24d to 30d. Hides-There was a large attendance of the trade at to-day's sale, and pric-s ruled about the same as last week. We sold wet salted 4d to 4td; green hides,4d, and dry salted hides from 5id to 5id per lb. Calf skins, 4?d to 5d per lb. Tallow -We sold 6 pipes mutton at 42s 6d; packages of mixed, from 3td to 4Id per lb. Rough fat, 3, per lb. There is an excel lent demand for tallow, and every probability of pm. sent prices being maintained for some time to come. GEELONG, May 22. Messrs. George Synnot and Co report: Sheepskins-Only a small supply to-day. The at tendance of buyers was not so numerous a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

GEORGE GIBiSON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to W. R. Hill), Supplies Station medicine chests.and sundries Htalford's snake:bite syringei Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. S1 Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by return post. COLLINS-STREET EAST, MELBOURNE ab D. BRISCOE AND CO., WHIO LESALE InZONtL O NGE RS 1I Collins-street, Est, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT REDUCTION Previous to re-building. S' PHYSICIAN, SU GC:EON. AND PUBLIC VACCINATOR, CHURCHI STREET, CAMPERDC WN. Hoene for Consultation-M3orning, from of 9 to 10.30: Evening. from 6 to S. Li1 n11t sin Money to Leud. to du S 000?0 TUOLEND at r PER CENT ou god security. pro R. IIOWE. sal Financial Agent. the Colac. Notice, of jR. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, _1 will in future attend at TERANG on foi Court days. and can be consulted at the Ai Commercial Hotel. ca SFREEIIOLi) PROPERTIES, b (T7 T iM. FERGUSSUN has for PRIVATE sa SSALE fre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

DIED. SINNOTT.-On the 23rd May, 1877, at Cam- perdown, Bridget, the second daughter of John and Margaret Sinnott, aged 13 years and 3 months. The Funeral will leave the deceased parents residence on Friday (this day), at two o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

Literature. THE With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is Incorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, ' IN TIME FOR THE EARLYMAILS, AT TX olrICI, in MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. ti St-scRu'nox- it Per quarter .. .. ... .. .I. d. posted .. 7.. . d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the Md of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears AnDRTIsINe\ Ordinary Advertisements, per Inch !.. 36 Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15e A considerable reduction if advertisements are in serted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them the number of times they are to be ine or they will be continued until countermanded, and chrld. 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 Geelone .. .. Mr. Henry Franks T Colac . .. Mr. W. J. Green J ...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. P Hears. Iicha:rd Jlelllisi and Co. report: Fat Cattle--A fair supply forward ; quality for the mhiet part ueful to good, with a few prime. The lat :.! , t? contined to local buyers, but, not ' l in~, ~,,n:,etition was brisk, and prices satis fae,, " ! seller. We quote belt beef upwards of 3 IL; Fai ~heel-Thle supply to hand w 1 bel w tralie wanlts; prices in conse I . i.ced frut is to, 1s id, compared with .. evn k usv.:+ We dold a small draft of useful rtie .t 14?; andl 5i ilierior t,, mlediumll, nixed btxe-, at market rate,. Fat Lambs - About SO penl:ed, all of which were -cful qnality. We sold 25, at 7s i! ; and l 8 t 7. St.re attle-We suld at the yards, 2t: heaid oun, ulited, at market rates. Store :heep-uFor ..and i tung eaes (merino or crossbred) in lamb. there are uinte i i rie l , and for such fair market value can be o,bta;iul. UFEE?1sa;, May 21. ]elsr,. Thonma lioad n ight andlSon report: -Fat Cattle- 120 iarded. The demand was brisk, best bullo...

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MARKETS BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

----- --- ---- BALLARAT LI V 'E ITO[{K M\I \RK I'. 1;-t Lt..t: l'. M ay ' '2. lEttrel.hn'll:n. tI:'?l!ue all t d o't. le"rport : - t Fit Lame -0 i t-. -t , , ise-l- of drati - flr m ili l . lit. t , 'i . :\L A.i o r iii , .1. a iritt, a I , ' t Ir . :I i r . tl et lil-t-na iu ,cein i :F ' ItI e , ver , ,ic litl e i ,. lenitat i ar to, lat wek, but t .ri u ,-- til' et , ,t Ir ~. rw nrkl t p-ri?a e cs gh tl rI eeded. o Ste t ll-.. itill l .i re th vt -rIl. it- -- . u tl l .. I i tl y', a l i l k - . L i' ",i; r e . I r t. . ; t1 r b l ,l-ti : , l.' 1 0st i; t. l. F ti-tr, 1,~i t l: 1.. `l ,- 1 , iur sales I er it' i account -f .hutlln lr itt, L .` rl ti llck<, 7 irit-I La to, Li1 17 s yd : 31 s-r,. U nlunt.tl Duff " and t olther, 4i Lt.llt l;ai, toi Ll- li tid. a Fati Ctves - ti T i fotrwaM, w1hih -old well, Fat Sheep - 10,125. wtre pitnli, the qutlity rtlanged trot linLedim to priue. the he-it draft f,,rt ari was a fine iot otef Lincol s ,ethers and tiw., very prime qualit...

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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

FRIDA F, MAY 25, 187. THE opening of parliament appears to have been a very tame affair. There was nothing like enthusiasm, either in side or outside the House. In. GRANT alone sat on the front Treasury bench, and behind him, and in the Treasurv corner sat from lifty to sixty of Mr. Berry's supporters. On the other side, the late Ministry sat, with about five and twenty other persons on the Oppo sition benches, and in the Opposition corner, and Sir CHIARLES GAVAN DtFFY in the chair. Never was there such a scene witnessed in that House before, not a smile on any one'" countenance, -all seeming to be oppressed with a won drous weight of care, and some of those on the Ministerial side of the House taking an extraordinary length of time in the initiatory part of the ceremony to write their namues, as though their caligraphy was none of the quickest or the best. What must have been present to the minds of most of those who wit nessed this spectacle, doubtless, was this, or something very...

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ADVICE TO MR. SHEEPSHANKS. MY DEAR SHEEPSHANKS,— [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 25 May 1877

Ab) i'CE TO AIR. SH EEPSItASIRfi biMY DEAR SiiEEUSHirsANt.,-" You ask my advice as to what you ought to do in the present aspect of political affairs andalthough I don't care about offering advice as a rule, yet under the circumstances, I can't well refuse. There is no doubt that you are about to be offered up as a political sacnrige on the altar optiublic duty. You have (wit mtited the iitipltidriable crime of leing suE" cessful; and you huset nov pay the penilty. Ij cannotbo Eonsidered in any way as a mitiga. tion of your crime that you have assisted in advancing the prosperity of the country at the same time you have advanced your own, To put forward suchapreposterous claim on makes matters worse, and induces the mnhauh suffrage ot this enlightened country tt,laugh consumedl.y.: No .my dear heepshlanks vyoi are an incubus, and the sooner yot recopOi9se that fact tlie better for your peace of nmindl Besides being piroperous you have been so idiotically fond of displaying your pros...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XV—THE CAPTAIN'S AMBASSADOR. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

OR, Till: MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSA'I'ltNAlL STORY. HAr.\Pt.ER X\- -TIE ,t L'\AIN's A.MBASSA DOR. For spoue time l[taott had represented the :tl::Lltt amtII,ssaOt lr, aid expected to .l.ciai l li:O'.intiilent to the Sc.,;;. l ils c u],I n, ittle, r remi aini in secret. I urgti hit? to declare his wish+' lto my lotlher, :ld dirto only de sired to, wait for thile !apers off.icially cou lirmini' his atp'ointiieLit, which might ar Sive, any day. \ ,rti.., vaglu'2 feeliu::g of anxiety, of iwhich I could give no cxpla:n'tion even to myself, halt taken pol ,es:ilt of me. Everything had ciitiulled its usual toull'e. Litntle stcea ,ll etrtailnlments at our house and the houses otf urnt acquaint ;ances, visits to the theatre, aid balls given at the ctlrt andl livy lriv\;!t' pelrsollages, itmade il1e tol'get the rea.'it W inter weather. The Marqu s ,i.. 'lei rc.lix no longer S'.utllht of t it' ret. aii l he iiir received. de was alwai s vt.r ;b,.nii-miinded, which. it t,;t rli r,.d,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

P. B. CURTAIN AND CO., fa WOOLB ROKE RS. SKIN, HIDE. TALLOW, ORAIN. AND GENERAL PRODUCE SALESMEN. SALES OF WOOL se WILL BE HELD EVERY CO TUESDAY, DUIRING THE SEASON and of Skins, Hides, Tallow, and } Kangaroo Skins every TUESDAY, TilIURSDAY, ,& SATURDAY 10 Threughout the ;-ear. P. B. C. and Co. are prepared to make LIBERAL C'A1H AllDY .'.\Nc'ES ,on the en suing CLIP' of \`J:UL. hr for sale in Melbourne, or ship Lu.t ; L, nd. '. Acoun.t Sal~s S.,r:1:;4 Prom.ptly. TW.REIIOUSE-- ;fiinderl tre,.t west, Mel b ulrie'. A gent for Warrnanil, d- Mir. JUi X liYLAND. To Coifraito r S. PLOUGHING to let by Contract, cn S(lenormiston Estate. Apply to R. BUCHANAN. tel?normiston. Public Sotice. T HE PRICE of BP EAD is still nit;epence at the H1AM IDEN BAKERY. N.ý.--Quality 8 5 eight Guaratteed. G. RIBERTSUL. May 24th, 1877. SHIRE O4F HAMPDEN. NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS. "Local Governiment Act 1S74," Part IV, Section 75. UPUSUANT to the provisions of the above acted statute, it is hereby noti tied...

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NORTHERN TERRITORY PORT DARWIN May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

NORTHERN TERPRITtl' ,~" POrT D)Arwi.l 'Iay 23 The steam launch Darwin has sunk at Southport, having some of the overiand telegraph cargo on board. A shocking accident occurred at the r:si. deuce of Moses O'Dninel, at. the fo .t of Mount Buninyong, on Weduesday the Ith instant. From what we could gle.an )Irs. O'Donnel had left the house to look arttr something in the paddock, when the elier of four children took a small tdask of can. powder out of a chest, and placing it on the tinor began playing with it with a firestick the othes children watching, when an ex. plosion took plac-, severely injuring two of the children, one of whom is likely to lose its sight. The oldest child, who did the mischief, had only a little of his hair singed A small portion of the roof was blown off. The demonstration of the fire brigades at Geelong has been more or less a fiasco. The unsatisfactory proceedings of Thursday were followed by equally unpleasant events en Friday, protests, and unseemly content...

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GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

GRAI, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MAIRKETb. MIELnOt:RNE. May 23. Nelssrs. Lord and Hlughes' report : The toine ,f hl market for llinr and wheat has been decidedly easier since the date of -nur last report, naid prices have ceclined. W Wheat -The receipts are-by rail, 1,t6 baLags; coastwise, 521 basi. Offerings in the oelen il::r!:et hate not een, heavy'. Sales have been made of parcels of 500 bags each of prhne Northern and Western at to Gd. New Zealand wheat realiedlat auction 5, SIl to 5s S?d. Flour- The receipts are-by rail, 4u57 bags; and coastwise, fruom Adelaide for transhipment to other colhnies, 1050 bhas. The itm- provement reported in our last issue has not been maintained, owing to the heavy receipts this week. Several large parcels of ci ntry branlds have been sold at L17 by auction, and privately for trade parcels L17 So Gd to Ll7 5s. At to-day's auction Llti 17s 41 ne accepted for a small parcel. fats--Thle receipts .re-- y rail. ITS bags; from ewe Zealand, e100 bags; from Ta...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Maiy `. O'Shea's estate goes into the Bankruptcy Court, as the composition of 7s 6d in the £ cannot be effected. The Tararua, .s.., was unable to lani her mails and passengers on the West Coast yesterday, and passed on to Melbourne. The Sappho has arrived at Auckland from the Islands. On the passage, a Seuall blew away all her sails, and threw the vessel on her beam ends. The tidal wave rose at Tonga l2ft. The beach was strewn with millions of fish. Nlatei, King of Narai, was killed by an explosion of dynamite while killing fish.

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QUEENSLAND. COOKTOWN, May [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

QUEENSLAND. COOKTowS, May R?eports from Hong Kong state that four steamers are on their way to Cooktown with 3,000 Chinese. The Killarney also comes on her return from Saigon with another 1,000. The new port is reported a success at the RIodgkinson. The Juan, steamer, has arrived irom Bong Kong,; with 711 Chinese. There was no sickness on board, but the vessel is to be quarantined for 16 days.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDI?Y, May 26. The house of a small settler, hamed Peter Branen, situated at Bellambi, near Wol. longong, was consumed by fire last night. The charred remains of Branen's son and daughter, both young people, were found in the ruins. There is strong suspicion of murder and incendia ilm in the case. A dog attached to a chain near the house, was discovered with its head nearly severed from the body. The body of a man, who is supposed to have died from starvation, has been din. covered at Tallewang. A public banquet is to be given to Mr. Young, the Canadian commissioner, on Tuesday evening. Steps are being taken to form a Mereaa. tile Brokers' Association. The Look-out has arrived from Puget Sound, with lumber. SYDaIY, May 25. In the Assembly to-night, the Adulte ratias of Food Prevention Bill was read a secor d time. Mr. Dibba moved the seond reading of the Voutewr FoniS eglaSties lS, p. viding for money payments in lieu of land grants. Mr. Parkes...

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LISMORE ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

LIS3IORE ATHLETIC SPORTS. The above sports took place on Thurs day, last Queen's Birthday, and notwith standing that the weather was exceedingly cold, though fine throughout, they were witnessed by a good number of spectators. All the events on the programme brought out good fields of competitors, and the result was that in most cases the races were very keenly contested, which added much to the enjoyment of the visitors. Altogether the sports passed off with great eclat and were eminently succesful. Great credit is due to Mr. Gardiner for the praiseworthy manner in which he carried out the onerous duties of secre tary. A large number of thz committee were also present, who, ably assisted the above named gentleman. The results of the racing for the dif ferent events, were as follows: MAIDEN RACE. First prize, £2 ; second do., 10s. J. Dowling ... ... ... 1 C. Walford ... ... ... 2 RUNNING HIGH JUMP. First prize, £1 10s ; second do., 10s. J. Tait ... ... ... 1 J. Conway ... ... ... 2 ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 28. The seaman have formed a union so as to demand £6 amonthas the rate of wages At a meeting at Crystal, Mr. Brook de clared himself in favor of the abolition (f customs, and advocated a property tax. The ship Daira has been released from qaarantiue, as the case of small-poi occrrred on board more than a month ago.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

ENGLIkh MAl L 'C'ABLE 1S7 7 Frnom E oI,.\AN'. Laacc.. LoilJ'd!i Leave.; L, Hal \rrire Fia S t Via 1tr . t Melbiourne. f hrii ;ti April I Jlil rct!1t . II Jon . Mi'' Aiw il 'tpS~ttci~r i u? ue Pr 1) d icr I r r \rrhLe Lunjni .\rxiis \t. Lonrdinl In i ii I alil ; ti It 1n Jiiy Ju - .:! _U .us: t :ibc Oceit nbe' 1 p 4 l ut ;tr 0 t t:r . . 1 4 ' thr i Dpel hir '1S Ni,;nemiar It . uir't o ricT I ' i c? ntlu r 1 Arrives London Aruive tL S L,·,··Vitt Brio!! Si. fill 5 utlrsutpto . 1

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