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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES.! SYDNEY, May 27. A fire took place on the Esplanade, 3Manly Beach this morning, and five stone houses were destroyed. The damage is estimated at £5,000, but the buildings were partially insured. All the immigrants who arrived from New York have found employment. 1At Herman's crushing Co.,Hill End, 81 tons quartz have realised 743 ounces of gold. The Chief Engineer of the Somerset has been charged at the police court, with murdering one of the Chinese crew, and remanded. At Brisbane races the Cup was won by Sunrise, Nemo second, and Chieftain third.

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MIELBOURNE, May 18. No serious casualties have been re ported as the result of the recent boij. terous weather. The public baths at Emerald Hill were however blown down. The river Yarra is rising fast owing to the heavy rains. An inquest was held to-day, and after. wards adjourned for a week, on the body of a little boy named West, who died from several injuries received from a school fellow at the Clifton Hill State school. There is nothing doing at present in political circles. The Hon. Graham Berry speaks at Geelong on Wednesday evening. Wheat has been sold at 7s 4d to 7s 6d and flour at £16 10s per ton. Mr. Parkes and Mr. Robertson of Sydney, have both been knighted.

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THE WOOL MARKETS. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

THE WOOL MARKETS. LONDOS, May 26. At the wool sales 100,000 bales have been offered, and 7000 withdrawn. The recovery in prices has been partially lost, owing to weaker competition on the part of French buyers. The greatest decline has been in scoured and half-bred parcels, but lamb command extreme rates.

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THE MONEY AND STOCK MARKETS. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

THE MONEY AND STOCK MARKETS. LosDoN, May 26. The money market is calm, and the'posi tiun of the Bank is stronger. Stocks are recovering. Consols are quoted at 95. Culonial debentures are higher.

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SHIPPING. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

SHIPPING. LONDON, May 26. Arrived-Superb, from Melbourne. AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAS ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMIS)

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THE WHEAT AND METAL MARKETS. LONDON, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

THE WHEAT AND METAL MARKETS. LooosN, May 26. Wheat is dull and declining. Austral asian, 6Ss to 70s; superfine flour, 47s to 4Ss; New Zealand wheat, 64s to 68s; flours 40s to 438. Copper is quiet. Wallaroo, £76; Burra, £74 10s. Tin is dull at £69.

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SOFTAS DEMONSTRATION AT CONSTANTINOPLE. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

SOFTAS DEMONSTRATION AT CONSTANITINOPLE. LoDoos, May 25 . A demonstration has been made by the Softas in Constantinople, who demand Ministerial modifications. Constantinople has been placed in a state of siege. LosoDc, May?24. Floods in Roumania are carrying away bridges and railways. ,The Emperor of Russia proceeds to Ployesti, the head-quarters of the Russian army in Wallachia, when active operations on the Danube are expected. Warlike preparations are being proceeded with in Servia, notwithstanding dissuasion on the part of Russia. The intervention of Austria is probable should Servia make any warlike move ment. The Turkish ironclads in the Black Sea are bombarding the towns in the Caucasus.

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THE EASTERN WAR. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) PROBABLE INTERVENTION OF AUSTRIA. MOVEMENT OF RUSSIAN TROOPS. LONDON, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

THE EASTERN WAR. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (REUTER'S AUSTRALIANI ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) PROBABLE INTERVENTION OF AUSTRIA. MOVEMENT OF RUSSIAN TROOPS. LoDONo, MAY 25. The Russian troops in Roumania are moving westward; 85,000 troops have now been concentrated on the north side of the Danube. --The Upper- and Middle Danube will-pro. bably be impassable before, the Middle of. June.

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ITALY AND GERMANY. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

ITALY AND GERMANY. LONDON, May 25. Diplomatic relations between Germany and Italy are very intimate. THE SAN FRANCISCO MAILS. LONDON, May 26. The Australian mail via San Francisco has been delivered.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. GERMANY AND FRANCE. LONDON, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUS TRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. GERMANY AND FRANCE. LoNDON, May 25. Prince Bismarck has returned to Berlin, and conferred with the Emperor. The semi-official journals have assumed a friendly tone towards the French Ministry.

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

The " Illustrated London News," in referring to ure literature, speaks of the "FAVILY HERALD, thal oy to tens of thousand of innocent English house holds." Price Sixpence. FA 1 ILY IE RAL D MonuLY PART Tile "' Austrlaasian" say;s:--'"This favorite do mestic magazine retainsall itsold interest and variety Price Sixpence. F A 31 I. Y II . It A L D MONThLY PARTS The "5Mount Mail" says:-" It contains a vast quantity of useful and entertaining reading matter consisting of tales, leading articles, poetry, recipts and scientific notices. The Answers to Correspond uts indicate that the "HIerald" is largely consulted by readers who seek to have ditficulties solved, and orgotten events revived by reliable answers from the Editor. Every week's number contains a cell-written and thoughfut leading article upon some sl:ubect o interest." Price Sixpence. F A I LY HERAL I) Monthly Pa The " Daily Argus" says :-" This domestic m azine is second to none with whichiweareacquai Price Sixpence. ? I Y H E...

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THE ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL NEWS. LONDON, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

THE ENGLISH MAIL. - - GENERAL NEWS. LosDoN, April 13. On Wednesday evening Mr. Waddy moved the second reading of a bill for the registra tion of newspapers, which gave rise to a warm passage of arms between Pr. Kenealy and Mr. Sullivan. Mr. Cowen moved an amendment, which was carried. "That no legislation for the compulsory registration of newspapers can be.considered satisfactory which does not provide for the repeal of the exceptional law which [renders newspaper proprietors criminally, as well as civilly, liable for the acts of their employees. The bill was defeated by 149 to 69. When the division was announced, Mr. Sullivan stated that he had just been insulted in the lobby by Dr. ]Kenealy, who had called him a liar. The doctor was ordered to withdraw, and the House having unanimously agreed that he should be ordered to withdraw his words and apologise, he was brought in by the Sergeant-at-arms and apologised. Mr. Sullivan's resolute action has been highly approved of. A man nam...

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

New Advertisements. PERlIEWAN,WRIGHTI' & Co., Railway and Genoral Carrieos. Forwarding, Commission, Shipping. aMat Custom House Agents. HEAD OFFICE-120 COLLINS STR~ET WEST, MELBOURNE. Branch Oi'es: AiiAnar BE;:CWilT liAr, "SW. AvocA CLeatS Ecuilr ALaCRV. N.S.W. COLA? EVE.-.M BALLARAT DoSILIQTIs, . S.SW. GEELOS?i BEaerFOT DYeSOLLY INGLEW-OOD SAsNDUCsr STAWELL WANIo AIrrA WVooosN \'AGGA WAGGA, N.S.W. Loasvs AGENTs: Messrs. J. Pe stress & Co., 104 Cannon St., E.C. SYDss? AGENTs : Messrs. Shortland & Sons. Corresponding Agencies througho0t the World. To the Squatters and Store keepers of the Western IDistrict. X-TE beg to intimate that we will open a ý' branch of our business at Colac, on the completioa of the railway, and trust tao be favored' with your support and influence. Wool forwarded to- Melbourne or London. Station stores de!ivered. Store Bullocks. FOR PRIVATE SALE, And to he delivered on buyers' station. 5()0 Pl'RIME lBUl.iOCKS from the S Lower 3urrunub...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 2d It is rumored that Mr. H. B. T. Strang. ways is likely to return to the colony. A case of small-pox has occurred during the passage of the Daira, just arrived from London, and she has been detained in quarantine, waiting medical inspection. There was heavy rain during the night, but it is now fine. A two-year-old colt, by Thormarrby, win. ner of the English Derby, was sold yester. day, to Mr. Jenkins, for 425 guineas. 'oung Shales, a trotting stallion, was sold to 3,. Walter Richardson, for 260 guineas. Sales of wheat have been made at 7s 8d. ADELAIDE, iMay 25. Several justices of the peace have resigned, owing to the Government re-appointing Mr. James White, M. P., on the roll. Thelate Government struck Mr, White's name of for lseing concerned in the "blackmail" case. The steamer Governor Musgrave returned yesterday, having been unable to do any. thing in the matter of the wreck of the Emily Smith, as the weather was too unfavorable to effect a lan...

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

Literature. THE With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAhN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, ' IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, cit aT T I OFFICe, in MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. tiO -SCCRIPTIS- Per quarter .. ..a.. .. 6. d. posted .. .. 7s. eGd. Ebbecribers can only discontinue at the end of a carter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on to payment of all arrears ADERTISING- Ordinary Advertisements, per inch .. 33 Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15s A considerablo reduction if advertisements are in ,erted for a lengthened period. 'j. Adrertisements must specify upon the face of them .ae nenber 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 PI Thursdays. AGENTS- Ca dMelbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon anud Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. 3Mr. Henry Franks T C...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

MELBOUR NE LIVE STOCKi MARKET. MEL:,.t?cE, '\ay 22. ?lesrs. ltter rhank Eaglestone and Mann repo?irt: Fat Cattle-1,: ',3 head forward for this ma!ket. i:lrge cl,:roprtin of which cinsisted of eco i a.!d maiiliirg quality, with only a few really 1ri.e. lor niddlite an'd seculi quality pens prices ru!e i irm? ts to 10sblwcr than last weiek; prime pens n,.;}t itll" lat nries. We sold-6tl cows, at an averc of £7. Fat Sheep- The number yarde , I:nted to 15,20I1, exusive of some lots of inferior ?. b t aut'iJn. The proplrtion of good and prime :: s lrer than usual, alnd included several lIt- C r;e lrin: cr,--breds froml the Westward Tit,. !donand w,:s go d, anld prices on the whole ruled f t!,; .ll to lat- week'- rates. VWe sold-1,0:35 ,_. er. an1 ewes f,,r Ile-rs. C. and A. Finlay, Glen r -t . i:t iro m0 1-5 to 25 (od ; and 333 ewes and wtthers .ir- Mr. W. .ohistin, .lt inrlg, at from ls :.1 t , Fat lamb ub rly nii to hand, and prices Sri e!,,s i i .,,h l at lahigh rates. A few extra pri...

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MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

t" I --, 1 . ih'N , I , M1EL[,BUU E \'lll !1,, 'I.\1. \\', AND i111D. I bii hLT. , BlttCI;ES:. May 2:. p3er,,. it t:odlhbt ogh atd ItiC o. re)lart : W1,,d- As u.id at thi- e.t-,a. there is but little Lee;me. 6 ,in.. tll wti S beilg e l iit?t :tltott entirel: to;: ,s ftful e.-. .hecl skin--- 1We have !d a niL Ipply , a e !it ,eek at satiifatory prie. We quote as llw - Ilttchers' skin, u- to 5s each; dry skins. 3td to 7d per lb. Hides.--l addition t,, the usual ilocal supply we have sold several laraie onas ligtmtlllleints fromi New Zealand and ,tther colutie;, aid for superior parcels of these have obtainel ad?:'nced rate., quotations are very satisfac-. trto o ?ii ,r-; thi demat.d is brisk for good lots. Avcra'e ex-hides r?ea'.ised from 0s. to 32s each; do '(ao-hiioe>. I;, to 2 u eachI ; do Victorian salted, 31d to l5 per lbI : do Ne Zedlan drio., 4ld to 51d per lb. lia:.garte Akins are ditticult to ;ell, but henceforth we tIn: lohk for impllrovelmenlt. Our sales have ranced from...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

DEATHS. CURDIE.-On the 16th inst., at the Island of   Gigha, Scotland, the Rev. James Cardie, in the eighty-seventh year of his age, and fifty-first year of his ministry in said parish. WHEATON.-At Terang, on the 22nd inst.,   Edith Annie, second daughter of S. K. and Jane Wheaton, aged 14 years.

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 May 1877

TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1877. THE Shire Conference Deputation do not appear to have accomplished much by the interview with Mr. Woods, the Minister charged with the administra- tion of the Local Government Act. Mr. M'Lean explained that the Conference had had a number of questions under consideration, but the most pressing one was that relating to the roads. With regard to that, Mr. Woods said:-- "The question of roads he was inclined to look upon as essentially a national rather than a local one. It seemed to him that some little difficulty would arise from carrying out the views of the conference on this subject, reasonable as they might appear to be at the first glance. It appeared to him that they would have to deal with the question of roads on a broader basis than was sug- gested. If the question was left entirely to the management of the shires there might be a different practice prevailing in every shire in the colony. Before any action was taken he would like to have a schedule fr...

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NEWS THE ST. LOUIS CALAMITY. 125 PERSONS BURNED OR SMOTHERED. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877

le E W S sBY TiHE C ALIFORIISAN MAILD THE ST. LOUIS CALAMITY.. 125 rERsoNS BURNED OR SMOTHERED. k (ROM Ti&E BULLETIN.) Sr. Louis, 11th April.-The most fright ful calamity that has ever befallen St. Louis took place at a very early hour this morn ing, involvinig the destruction of the Southern hotel by fire, and the loss of alarge number of lives. The exact number cannot now be given, but it is feared some forty or fifty perished either by being burned directly, or first smothered by smoke, and then consumed. The fite caught in the storerooms in the basement, and was first seen coming through the ground floor just north of the office. In ten minutes it as cended the elevators and rotiunda, and spread itself over the sixth floor under the roof. This floor was occupied entirely by the employes of the hotel, the largest part of whom were women. The fire spread rapidly, filling every room and hall with flames and smoke. The scene was of the most terrible description. Frantic men,...

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