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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
FREE TRADE LEAGUE OF VICTORLIA. CAMPERDOWN BRANCH. PRESIDENT The Hon. Niel Black, M.L.C. VICE-pP.ESIDENTS- A. K. Finlay, Esq. ; PeterManifold, Esq.; Daniel Mackinnon, Esq,;andPeterM'Arthur, Esq. TREASURER R. D. Scott, Esq. SECRETARY A. Knott, Esq. GENERAL CO3HM TYEE- 4 John Thornton, Esq. Stuart Reid, Esq. o W. M. Fergusson, Esq. J:.Dawson, Esq. f, R. D. Scott, Esq.- Jas Alleu, Esq. John Ware, Esq. J. L. Currie, Esq. W. Johnston, Esq. = H. Macvaan, Esq. W. Brown, Esq. W. Lamb, Esq:. P. W. Tait, Esq. . J. Wiggins, Esq. And the Secretary.:-. With power to add to their number.: Every person joining the League thereby under? takes To have his name registered on all eleetoral rolls when and where he possesses the necesmary qualifca ions. To voteat all elections where the Interests of the Cause are at stake. .. . To "support, whether as Electr or Candidate united actwon in the election or Free Tradeeandlistee. The objects of the League are to obtain by all Legal and Constitutional ma'ns t...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
MISCELLANEOUS. "Xagles," in' The Aistialasian, "is' t sponsible for the following stbiy :-" After one of those stormy nights when the stone wallers kept decent people out of their beds till. daylight, there was on the following day a meeting of the joint committee of beth Houses on the Parliamentary buildings. Sir William Mitchell, who was in the. chair, expressed surprise at Sir C. G. Duffy's attendance, suggesting that his efforts with his obstructionist allies must have fatigued him greatly. But Sir Gavan disclaimed any sympathy with the introduction of physical force and endurance into politics, concluding with this pertinent summing up of the Oppasition leader :--'Mr. Berry's tactics have been truly admirable. He first drove his greatest possible ally, Mr. Higiunbotham, out of the House. He has doomed payment of members-a matter of absolute necessity with a democratic representation. He has restored Sir James 31'Culloch, if not to his old popularity, at least to all his origina...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
Drapery. THE BEST PLACE TO PURCHRAS YOUR NEW AND FASHIONABLE I R PERY LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-1 in vite you w-hen in Ballarat to come to to my establishment, or make a Special Trip in to Purchase your Goods. The saving will be something considerable. The large place is literally crmamed with Cheap Goods. The Largest Stock and the Chapest in Ballarat. Flowers and Feathers, EerieLaces, Fancy Goods in the greatest imaginable variety. Silk Dress Goods. Costumes fromn ls 6d, fashionable made of BHolland and Natty Trimming. Stays, Baby Linen, Under clothing. Umbrellas in silk from 4e 6A; in ssalls from 2s 6d (half price). Muslin Dresses from 2s lid. Print--Excellent Assortment, Cheap. Mohair and Calicos from 3d-er yard. The American Calico 36 inches wide, 40 lid per dozen. TA,.ZOBGT DIP 1T.MT Suit, complete, 27s 6d. 'Made to order, 45e, and higher. 50 different patterns in Fashioable Plaid Tweeds, so much worn in London just now. Try T. TAYLOR for your New Clothing this season.i BOYS' CLOTH...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN TELE- GRAPH LINE. &nbsp; DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND . WINCHELSEA: lAYT COACH in connection with rail at Wlnce?lssa D . ImavaCampeidow at &Sa0'L., o C 12 nor, smiting at, Winchelana in tibse to connect with the tain lavin for Geelorigat .45. pm .- Leave WIn - ei iaa oza itnival of train iomGejoeog at IlS ama , due at Colac at 2.30 p.m., dueat Cmmpodwlii pm Fus1-Catnperdoai to Wincbelnea `., 1. I 1l Coe? to Winchels? a .. ... fe. NIGHT MAIL. AI eleset to Geelong via Camperdown. Mail Coaches from Belfast p throtgh??Cmpe! down on Mondays,Tuesdays, ednedays, Thurldays, and Fridys t 11 p.m., reaching Wincbe5lea at to 5.30 p.m. Oa Sadas leke Camperdown. at 1p.m. reachlr4 Wmr?else lt 8 p.m. p1 * - -. uTe MAIL COAca Larae Winebuls. Monday, Tuesiday,. Wednesday' Thursday, and Frlday at 11.3 p.m., arrving-at Cas *pedowaata.4&i.m. On Sunday laves Winchelsea at 5 a.m., airinwxg at Coaperdown atS10 a.m. WiTr ,ia'aAcH LiNE To - MOR TLAE ...
The Ghronicle. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 11 January 1877
The Chronicle. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1877. As edition of JOHN MILTON's famous tractate "On the Best Measr of :B moving Hirelings out of the Chirch" altered and adapted to sit pieqtnt torian politics, would be a? :.mo,, publication jOst now. We w;,at : to instructed in the best way tof Aemovig I hirelings out of hde IagislAu weem bly. The m wan o woue d e that end weld be a plsblic hmefecer, and would deusery the evelrtiug j tade of the people. For it is bei certain fact that the introductiau 1 e hireling principle into our pa|tilWi system has done more to degiad?ea? public reputation abroad than all the other causes that have combined to pro. duce those undesirable ends. It has lowered the legislator's noble function to the level of a common agency, where.. in prompt payment is insisted on for every separate service performed. It has made the money element the chief I link between a representative and his constituents. It bias filled the House with a body of political loafers, whose...
AMERICAN GOVERNORS ON THE GRASSHOPPER SCOURGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
AMERICA GOVEIEROES OA THE kGASliOPPER SCOUEGE. A' conference was recently held' at Omaha to consider the grasshopper pro blem, and was attended by Gov. J. S Pillsbury, and .his private Secretary, Pi nnock Pusey, and Prof. A. Whitman, of Minnesota ; Gov. Kirkwood, of Iowa; Gov. John L. Pennington, of Dakota; Gov. C. A; Harden, and Prof. O. V. Riley, of Missouri; Prof. G. Thomas, of 11huois, who represent.'d Gor. John L. Beveridge; Gov. Osborn, of Kansas; Gov. Silas A. Garber, ex-Gov. R. W. Furnas, Profs. Wilber and Williams, of NKeraska. Such of the Governors as were present severally adressed the meeting, and G ,v. Pillisbury's reconmmendations were read to the conference by Pennock Pusey, his Secretary, and were as follows :-lst, Crushing by rollers, etc., and catching them by bags and traps during mating, when by reason of their inactiie condi tion they may'be destroyed. They arein this condition from the middle of August until the cold weather. 2d, Plowing under deeply of eggs an...
A FUTURE WHEAT COUNTRY SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
A FUTURE WHEAT COUNTRY SAN FRANCISCO BULLETIN. A few years ago no one looked for wheat as a staule article of commerce in India. All that was produced was con sumed by natives and the Europeans in that country. But in 1870, 2,000 tons were exported -the first lot which at tracted uay attention. The wheat pro ndtion has increased since, so that this year it is estimated that 120,000 tons wtll be exported from Calcutta alone, notwith standing there is something like a famine in some of the districts. This wheat is said to have the peculiar hardness and dryness of Californian wheat. It is grown in a climate similar. If the ratio of wheat production should be kept up in India, the day would not be distant when that country would supply the English market. At present the wheat district is confined to the Punjaub; and we presume it is all grown by the aid of irrigation, al though in some districts it is impossible to get one crop of cereals without irniga tion, the lands being flooded for...
FREE TRADE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. MANCHESTER EXAMINER. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
FREE TRADE IN- NEW SOUTT. .. IIES. MANCHESTER EX4 MINER. Mr. T. B. Potter, M.P., has received the following from Mr. Henry Parkes, formerly Premier of New South Wales : "- My dear Mr. Potter,. -I have from time to time received from the publishers, by direction of the Cobden Club, parcels of the Club's publications.' These have consisted of 'The Creed of Free Trade' (Wells), 'Robinson CrusoeMoney' (Wells) ' Free Trade in Tuscany' "(Stuart), 'Systenms of Land Tenure,' 'Free Trade and Treaties of Commerce,' ' Annual Re ports.' I have endeavoured to distribute these publications in the manner that would make them most effective as vehicles of information. For the most part they have been placed in the hands of the conductors of newspapers, com mittees of educational institutions, and men of influential position in political and social life. In many cases I have had ac knowledgments of the receipt of these publications, expressing a high apprecia tion of their value and a warm interest ...
ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN V. NEW SOUTH WALES. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) SYDNEY, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
ALL-ENGLAXD ELEFEt 1'. NSEW SOUTH WALES. (Br ELECTRIC TELEGrAru.) (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEISRA1..) SYDNEY, January 12. The return match between the All England Eleven and the Sydney Fifteen was commenced to-day before a large attendance, and the weather was fine. Evans, who was captain of the New South Wales team, won the toss, and sent the Englishmen to the wickets first. The following are the scores : THE ELEVE..--First Innings. Ulyett, at Murdoch, b Spofforth ... 0 Selby, c Tindal, h Evans ... . I Greenwood, b Spofforth ... ... 0 Emmett, c E. Bannerman, b Spofforth 0 1 o3'ey, b Spofforth ... ... ... 1 A rmitage, b spofforth ...... 2 Coarlwood, run out ... ... .. 20 I illywhite, c Cooper, b Evans .. 2 Hill, run out .... ...... .. 0 Southerton, b Spofforth ... ... 2 Shaw, not out ... ... ...... i Total ..... ... 35 NEw SorrTI WALES-First InUings. Evans, cUlyett, b Lillywhite ... 9 C. Bannerman, b Lillywhite ... 23 Murdoch, b Shaw ... ... ... 6 D. Gregory, b Shaw ... . ... ...
BREAK-UP OF THE DROUGHT IN RIVERINA. (ARGU'S OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) HAY, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
BREAK.UP OF T'IE DROUGHIT I¢ RI I'LRISA. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPR.] (ARGUS'S OWN CORRESFOSD1EiTS.) HAY, January 11. yearly an inch of rain fell during last night. The Murrumbidgee has ceased to be naviiable except for the smallest steamers. W?nAcA. WAGGA, January 11. It commenced to rain steadily at 3 a.m., and the downpouir lasted severalhours. The wind is from the east. T'Mutr, January II. Splendid rain set in before daylight this moruing. It has rained steadily ad lay, and is likely to continue for a day or two. The man Edward Joanson who attempted to commit suiBide at Cjalc samne time ago has been e.eai to the GetB.hng .taol for three months in default of tindauy the uece?sa?ry
[?] 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
.M : DLN it . E AD. aves Lonldon Arr Tve "a Brinudisi. at Melbourne. r.'. . :. 11 lnuart'v 111 Mtarch . 6 F· -. - . F ebruary . 16 April . . 3 3a-- a ' .trch . 11 May . . . 1 5 , ril . 13 May, - 9 5i 3 May . 11 June. . . 26 .tnne . July . . J t July . S Auust. . Sy '3 An t t. 3 September. 11 A i't'?u ": Aurust 31 October. . 18 " n " " Septnuber 2S November . 11 S.. "~ :S3 October . 26 December. 16 vnt'r . 15 November 23 January.18?8 5 D:eiber . 13 December 21 February * 3 EnROM Vitcronr. L.ave. Arrives London Arrives at London !elt'ourne. 'i l:rindisi. nia Southampton Jan Mrv. . 5 March . 12 March . . 19 F, ar:.-r .22 April.. 9 April ... . 16 3- . . 22 May . . 7 May . . . 14 April. . . 17 June . . 4 June. . . 11 May .. . 15 July....2 July . . 9 June . . 12 July . . 30 August . . 8 Jul. . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August . . 7 September 24 October . 1 Septomber . 4 October . 22 October .. October . 4 November 19 November . t6 November . 1 December 17 December . 24 November . 9 J...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLAtAT, January 10. gres. Hepburs Le mard and Dowe report :-The stock yarded were-741 cattle, 36 calves, t',?60 sheep, 114 lambs. FatCattle.- More than ha wmere stores. The bulk of the remainder were youn. There was a moderate attendance of buyers Good med prime realised fully late rtes, but other doerip?l ns declined fully 10s a head. Very few stores were ad. Quotations-Beet pens bullocks, L11 to L1 ; good, L9 10s to L17; medium, L6 10e to LB. Cows at proio:tionate rates. Following are the a;erages of the pr ncipal mobs :--hr. J. Polkinghorn 7: bud ocks L10; Mesre. J. and WI Adams 19 bullocks L, ls tk:; Sir. J. Llifford 17 bullocks L9 7s; Mr. J. L L.u-rtr 41 bullokiis, L7 10s 6d, 17 cows, L6 Is 6d; Mr. \s. L.mb b2 tbulocks, L6 5s 6d. Our sales were-22 he. d for Me.-ra. J. and W. Adams, St. Enoch's, bul I ks t. L13 is, aseraging as above. 92 steers, light we ghts, fer MSr. W. Lamb, Camperdown, at from L5 f, ,O LS 7s do, averaging as above. 20 for variou...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AnrDELnE, Januaray 11. The Government have sent home orders for 23,200 tons of rails, being the total re quired for six railways. The Government have arranged with the Wallaroo ind Moonta Companies to pay the cost of erecting extra apparatus for distilling water. This will supply 15,000 gallons daily when the work is done. The Peninsula people are holding indignation meetings. Cattle are dying, and families are destitute of water. There is scarlet fever on board the immi grant vessel Robert Lees, and the ship has i.,ýt yet been boarded. The new steamer Cumberoona was snagged and llunk in the Upper alnrrutbidgee. z..'e wss partly insured, and has net being :Lbandned by her owners. A testimonial, comprising three silver epergdes and a salver, is to be presented to Bl..hop Short next .M1onday. The steamer Kangatoo came into collision in the Port River w.th a small ketch, but no great damage was done. The inquiry into the grounding of the Coorong begins on Fri ay. Wheat...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
EAR, IE[R INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYmDNEY, January 11. Two girls, members of the Holden family, at Miller's Point, were taken ill last night with what the City Health Officer believes to be small-pox. The medical officer of the small-pox hospital ship, after examining the patients, says that the girls are not afflicted with small-pox. It is raining heavily, and rain is also re ported in the southern districts, and at Cos tamunds, where it is much neeped. One atf the men injured at Tumut yester day has died. There is very little speculation over the cricket match. Dissatisfaction has arisen in reference to the ka i :g to \Melbourne c pitalists--who purchased the Manly leich steamers--of the public wharf at Manly, and a petition is being prepared for the cancellation of the lease. The final steps are being taken to send a handball team to Melbourna for an inter colonial match. The new steamer Wotonga leaves for Mel bourne on Saturday. The William Pendleton, from Burrard's Inlet...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
IU'ST'RALIAN1 TELEGRAMS. tUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEORASW. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. January 12. A publican named Tierny was com mitted for trial to-day for causing the death of John Burke by throwing him out of the house. After three an a half hour's delibera tions, the jury returned an open verdict in the case of the woman Marion Minns, who was run over and killed by a cab in Carlton. A constable has arrived from the Cape with a warrant and depositions for the arrest of Lyons, who was concerned in the diamond robbery. Lyons left by the St. Osyth two months ago. Mr. Ireland's funeral to-day was very largely attended. The Chief-Justice and a large number of legal friends were pre sent. At a large meeting of the licensed victuallersto-day, a reso'u.ion was passed, prohibiting any Sunday trading, and ap pointing a vigilance committee to see it properly carried out. Wheat, 5s Sd to 5s 9d.
A CRISIS IN NEW ORLEANS. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877
A CRISIS IN NEW ORLEANS. 0 LJsoO, January 10. A crisis has occurred in New Orleans. The Democratic militia, in obeying the orders of the Governor, seized the public offices, and installed the Democratic officials. The militia are blockading the Republican Goveanor and Legislature in the State House. There has been no bloodshed. The President has ordered the Federalcommander to maintain peaces without recognising either of the Go vernors. .