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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
W ARSNA MIBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, May 26. Messrs. Hepburn, Leonard and Rugs report :-The continued severity of the weather still :ifduences cunsignments, and the stock forwarded to day being below the average supply. The attendance was small, but the prices realised for best descrip tions of store cattle, were equal to owners' expect. tions. Fat cattle, excepting reilly prime quality are slightly depressed in value. Interior store catt'e esfured a considerable abat.?in3a, bu :arc-ira!ned grown butlocks In liod co)ditiUn maintained their previous quotatiot. In fat and store sheep we can not quote any alteration; crossbred wethers still beinr in large demand. Fat and store pigs sold readily at improved prices; and for bacon pigs from 130 lb to ISO lh weight, there is every prospect of hll her quotations. In horses, we had no transactions operations being evidently suspended with a view to our annual horse sale on the 14th of June. Superior milch cows and springers are sel...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
The following curious incident is repc.rted by the Ballarat Courier to have occured in Bungaree. A gardener, residing near the Goug Gong, observed lately that one of his cowsj which up to that time had -yielded a splendid supply of niilk, was falling off con. siderably in condition, and gave hardly any milk. He accordingly killed the animal, and found imbedded in its heart, to the depth 4f 2in., a packing needle. The heart was distended to twice its ordinary size. and around the place where the needle had worked into it, was apparently gangreened. The needle itself had become rusty, as would be expected under the circumstances. It probably passed into the animal's stomich along with its food. and then worked its way into a position where it would have speedily caused the death of the unfortunate animal. A return showing the growth of the city of Melbourne. the valuation and the rates levied from 1843 to 1877, has just been comrpiled and issued by Mr. Fitzgibbon, the townclerk. In 18...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
GEELO STTATIONR , PRODUCE MARKET, GEELONG, May 29. Messrs. RIcklandt and Rurnett report: Sheepskins-We offered a large quantity of skins to a fair attendance of buyers, prices being quite equal to last week's rates. Best crossbred skins brought from 55d to 64d; nmedium skins, 3dd to 48d ; best merino skiln, 4Sd to 54l; station skins, 5d to tl.d per lb. Hidrs--In excellent demand, and late prices main tained. Wet salted, in good condition, 41d -to. 6d; green hides, 3. to 4d ; calfskins, 4d to 5d per lb. Tallow-We sold mnutton, at 42s; mixed, 39s; and at 4d to 41d per lb. GEELONG, May 29. MeaIrs. Richard Mellish and Cs. report: Sheepskin--A short supply, owing chiefly we believe to the wet weather. The attendance was up to the average, and competition was brisk, prices being fully up to last week. We sold-Best merino to s 4d; crossbred, to 5s Sd, other descriptions in propor tion; dryskins, 41d to Td per lb. Hides-This market was only moderately supplied; there was the usual attendanc...
WRECK AT CURDIE'S INLET. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
WRECK AT CURDIE'S INLET. Considering the exceedingly stormy wea ther that prevailed along the coast on Satur day, Sunday, and Monday, it is scarcely to be wondered that we should have to an. nounce that early on the morning of the 28th inst., a vessel went ashore close to Curdie's Inlst, distant from Warrnambool, to the eastward, about 35 miles. The news of the wreck, which is but scanty, was brought into Warrnambool yesterday morning by Mr. M'sGillivray, a resident at Curdie's Inlet, and who came to communicate by telegraph, on behalf of the captain, with the owners in Sydney, to which place the vessel belongs. 6o far as we have been able to gather infor mation, the partioulars are as follow. The Young Australian a three masted schooner of some 150 tons burden, was, on Sunday, at-nding off this coast on her voyage from a Queensland port to Adelaide, ldlen with sugar and spirits. How the vessel managen to get into the dangerous position in which she found herself on the following mo...
COLAC. COLAC, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
C'OLAC. (rnoM OUR oWN CORRESPONDENT.) CoLtc, May 28. Some curious reports have been flying about Iconcerning the discharge of the sixty men or so, from the estate of Msssrs. Robertson Bros., of Colac. Not only have these been locally circulated, but they have found their way into the columns of the Melbourne and other papers. They have, however, I am sorry to state not been put in their true light, for the discharge of those men did not cause any excitement in Colac, nor were the reports as to those men, with wifes and families being badly off, through their discharge, and I therefore made up my mind to find out the real facts of the case, which are as follow :-Messrs. Robertson Brothers, observing that the weather was causing their dams to dry up, came to the conclusion that to prevent a repitition of this was to have the dams cleaned out. The dams being very large, required a good many hands. Men seeking work could easily get a job at clearing out these water holes, and, through t...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
FRIDA Y, JUNE 1, 1877. Tans is the day for the Ministerial elec tions, and Messrs. BEnnr, LONSMORE, LALOR, GRANT, WOODs, and PATTsRSON will, we dare say, be returned unopposed. We do not look upon this, however, as any forecasting of the political future of Victoria, but simply as one of the events ordinarily attendant on the re. election of Ministers. Nobody cares much about opposing men returned at a general election, especially so soon after that election has taken place, and with every prospect of those returned being sent back to their constituents at an early day. Let Mr BERRY and his ,party boast as they will about the triumph achieved over Sin JAMEs M['CULLocH on the 11th ultimo, they still cannot divest themselves of the ernssiousness that the majority obtained on that occasion was not theirs. So far from this being the case, it wasmade up of men, who would no more think of acting with them, than with Sta JAmls M'CuLLoCH and his late collea gues, and we may, therefore, look...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 i FROJ ENSOLAeD. Leaves London Leaves London Arriver Tia Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. 1 January . 11 January 19 March o February . S February. 16 April • i March . . March . 16 May . 6 - Apri . . 5 April . . 13 May . " L ,Ma. 3 Ma . . 11 Junle o.- h May . 31 June . July • L June , _3 July . 6 Aun-uit. • 21 July ( . 6 Augus . 3 Se1tcmber. IS b August. 23 August 31 October. . 16 September . o2 Septcmber '" November . 13 Octoobr . October . ? December 11 q Novembcr 15 November 23 January, 157lSiS 1 December . 13 December 21 February 5 Fot VICTORlA. Leaes A rr.ive London!Arrives at London Mlelboure. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton January, ?3 March . 12 March . . 1 February . April . 9 April . . . 16 March May . . 7 May . . 14 April. 17 June . . 4 June . . . 11 ay . 15 July . . 2 July-. -. June . 12 July . . 30 August . . 6 Julo . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August . . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . _2 October . 29 October . 4 No...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELO G, May 28. lMessrs. Bucloland and Burnett report: Fat Cattle-There was a very short supply of cat tle, and those yarded were of medium quality. We sold-24 head fair quality cattle at up to LIO 17s 6d f,,r bullocks, and LO for cows. Fat Sheep-Small number yarded, and prices for good quality were fully Is ahead higher than last week. We sold-185 good quality ewes at 11s; 100 medium quality wetliers and ewes, at ls and T7 respectively ; and for a grazier, 91 wethers at from 10s to 24?. Total, 376. Fat Calves-In good demand. We sold 7 good quality at from Io.s st to 50s. Fat Lambs-Good lambs saleable at fair rates, inferior dull of sale. There were not any good lambs yarded. Store Stock-There is a little inquiry for crossbred sheep and but few of fering. Cattle are offering tin large numbers, with but few buyers at low rates. GEELONG, May 21. Messrp. RlWhard Mellhsh and Co. report: -Fat Cattle-A short supply ; and quality, for the mout part, medium to fa...
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
QUEENSLAND. BRIsaNsE, May 30. A lengthy dispatch from Lord Carnarvon has been received; giving reasons for the disallowance of the Chinese Restriction Bill and entering fully into the whole question. The Netherlands steamer Atjeh; from Port Darwin to Adelaide, passed Uooktown yesterday. The Young Australian, bound from Mary borough to Adelaide, had her hull insured for L2000 in the New Zealand; Australasian Standard and Pacific offices equally. The cargo was insured for L2000 in the Pacific, ant L1500 each in the Batavia and South Australian offices. CooKTOWN, May 30. There was an immense attendance at the Chinese land s:.le to-day, and the prices Were run up very high by Europeans. CooKTows, May 29. The Gungo, French steamer, has arrived from Hong Kong with 400 Chinese, all well, and 400 tons of cargo. She will proceed to Fitzroy Island immediately. The Ocean left Hong Kong on the 18th and the Zamooonga on the 13th. A large immigration of Chinese is coming.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDNEY, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES SYDsNY, May 30 A dray with three horses was run into by a coal train this morning whilst crossing the Newcastle line. The dray was smashed, but the horses and driver escaped unhurt. The weather is cold and wet. O'Neill, a grocer has been committed for trial by the Coroner, on suspicion of setting fire to his shop at the corner of Victoria. street. The brig Naiad, from Newcastle to Ade laide, has put in here through stress of weather. She encountered a violent south erly gale on the coast, with a terrible sea. Her de:k was swept fore and aft, the bul works carried away and the cabin deluged. Letters have been received by the Agri. cultural Society from manufacturers on the Continent, stating a desire to be represented at the exhibition of 1879. A telegram from Foo Chow, of 29th May, says that prices for new teas are equal to lut season's, quality and exchange con sidered. The crop is below last year's ave rage. Steamer freights are 80s. In the As...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 31. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, nMay 31. Parliament was opened to-day. The speech promises that sanction shall be asked fer the construction of a break water at Port Victoria, and for additional lines of railway from Rivoli Bay to Mlount Gambier, and from Kardiiiia to Barunga; also from Jameston td Narra coorte and Hamley Bridge. An Elec toral Bill, and a Land Bill, are also pro msied, besides other measures of local importance.
THE MINISTERIAL POLICY. THE CHIEF SECRETARY AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
TrAF AtilNJSTEkl4L Pbblb. , THE CHIEF 8ECRETARY AT GEp, LONG. Mr. Graham Berry, addresed the electoi of Geelong in the Mechanics' Institute; Ryrie-street, on Wednesday evening. Abont 1,000 person were present. The chair wsu occupied by Councillor Couves, and upon the platform were the Minister of ines, the Attorney-General, and several menben of Parliament. Mr. Berry, in the course of his speech, which occupied an hour, briefB indicated the policy of the Governinent. Iu roiterated hii pieiois utterances, stating that he had not a single word to withdraw from the deliverances made by him when, as head of the Government, he addressed thj eleetors in Aulust,, 1875. The land tai a proposed by him when in olic before woull be again submitted stn early period of the session. He hpped by this means to raises revebue of £300,000 tnnally, and as there woild be a surplus at the end of the anas. cial year:e intended to make a reduction in the customs duties to this amount. No protecti'e duties...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
Sti. ASTLEr COPER the renowned British surgeon once said that no man should he aware from his sensations that he has a stomach. Alas! how many thousands are painfully and continually reminded of the existance of that organ. Dyspepsia renders the lives of these unfortunatesperfectly miserable. Every man festation of the diseases vanishes, however, when UDOLrnJ WOLFe'S SCUIEDA M AROA.aTIC SCIIuAPrs is used to strengthen the stomach and associate organs. OxYGEs Is LIFr.- DR. BRIGHT'S PIIOSPHO DYNE.--MULTITUDES OF PEOPLE are hopelessly sutterlug from Debility, Nervous and Liver Com pl into, 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 newremedy PHIOS PIHODYNE (Uzonic Oxygen), which at once allays all irritations and excitement,, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled constitution, and rapidly cures every stae of these hitherto incurable and dist...
For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XVI DOUBTS AND FEARS [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
I Q!" a tit ll~ tltrnHlis b OR, TUH MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. Of _ of A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. fr 111 CI'APTEI' XVI -DOBUTS AND FEARS fi While my brother, il his usual cold, c heartless fashi,i, !,elieved that he had a right to, di-taCe of ithe happiness of my life. he had becomle the victinm of :aninfatu- li ation which ias already the subject of general col!nve'r's:tion. i Onlr city was ,not large enougllh to remove the p:rivate life of individuals fromn the criticism of the public, and per sons like the' CuA: yon 3[., who counted his revent1e 3 by hundreds of thousands must necessarily bcoime a focus for all a Steph:anic von Eberbu'.'rg was i-on sidered hiuntiitul liy all; many thlught her intell'ctual, with, piquante, . and origin:l, but ',eniy others believed her to be also frivol, us, tecetiual, alnd coqtuettish. She ,l essetsed tilt!he mst istitakeable air of good breeding, h'r conversak -n, her toilet hal llha peculiar air whith can inl, be att.red iun tile drawing rnom he cn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
LEE GEE KWONG, CHINESE DOCTOR. WILL be in attendance, and may be consulted at the following plaeo: - LISMORE, June 5th. CAMPERDOWN, June 6th. "V Re SHIRE OF HANPDEN. NOTICE. Uader See. 399, " LocalGoverumat Act, 1874." THE Council of the Shire of Hampden has Sreceived an application from STUART REID, Esq., Eddington, who is deirms of ottining licenses to ERECT UNLOCKED SWING GATES on a certain road within the Shire, on the sites hereinunder mentioned. The reason assigned why such application should be granted, being that the traffic i so alight that the temporary closing of such road will not create any inconvenience: ON ROAD LEADING NORTH FROM BLIND CRXXK TO DARLINGTON, PARISH OF KILNOORAT: (1) At the south-west corner of alllot. XXI. 2 (2) On same road, about 33 chains north of first mentioned gate. (3) At the junction of the said road with the road on allotment XX, bearing north 5 ( 65 deg. 56 min. west from Camperdown. I Any person objecting to the closing of the aforesaid road ...