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ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHUMBERLAND. A NEW RELIGIOUS SENSATION. THE REV. THOMAS JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
AR RIVAL OF THE NORTHUMBERLAND. A NEW RELIGIOUS SENSATION. TE. REV. THOMAS JONES. For some time past, the arrival of the Northumberland has been anxiously looked for, chiefly on account of the Rev. Thomas Jones; the successor to the late Rev. A; M. Henderson, of Colliis-street Congregational Chiurch, being on board, wiho is spoken of as a man of extraordinary preaching power. On the news of the arrival of the vessel in Hobson's Bay on Wednesday last, Messrs. Siddelley and Co. despatched the steam tug Resolute, with the deacons of the church, accompanied by the Rev. S. C. Kent; on board as a deputation, to meet the Rev. Mr. Jones, and they were received in the most courteous manner; and proceeded with him to Melbourie. Mr. Jones is expected for b time to empty the other Melbourne churches, and we should not be surprised at it, judging from the style of his address, when taking leave of his Swansea friends, where he has been laboring for some years past, and of which the following is ...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, May 26. lea, rs. C. Vaughan and Co. repert:- The inclement weather and the holiday retarded supplies of produce in the middle and early part of the week, but towards the close large quantities of hay and potatoes came forward, but grain was in short supply. Oats and Cape barley advanced considerably, and peas were very scarce. In Melbourne, breadstuffs have receded in consequence of a little over speculation, but prices will most likely soon harden again; they will certainly if the agricultural statistics are reliable. In our own market, flour is scarcely so firm, L17 being the highest quotation for large lines. Wheat is a shade easier, 7s 4d being got for only very prime lots. Quotations-Flou,- L17i; wheat, 7s 3d to 7 4d ; feed oats, 3s Sd to 4s, seed. 4s ?d to 5s; Cape barley, 3s 8t to 3s 10d, seed, 4s 3d, English, 3s 9d to is d ; peas, 3s 90, seeds, 4s 6d; mangolds and hay, LA to L4 10s ; sheaves, 35s to L312s Gd; straw, L2 to L2 15s; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
New Advertisements. FRIDAY, 1st JUNE. BIRREGURRA. At 12 o'clock sharp At the yards of P. E. Cahill, Native Youth Hotel, Birregurra. Monthly Sale of Stock at Birregurra. W S. HOWELL has received instruc T tious from various owners to sell by auction, as above 60 head of well-bred four-year old Heifers in forward condition. 30 head of good Store Cows. And 40 head of mixed Young Stock. All stock entered previous to day of sale will be advertised at the expense of the Auc tioneer. STORE BULLOCKS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION AT COLAC AND CAMPERDOWY ON ARRIVAL. 560 PRIME BULLOCKS from the Lower Murrumbidgee District, reported as " Well-bred, three to five years old, in good condition, and got by Lee and M'Dougall's bulls, about 30 out of the number are 2} years old." These cattle are now on the Loddon on their way to the Western District, in charge of a skilful drover, and will be sold as above immediately on arrival, in lots to suit buyers, and on liberal terms. JOHN GEO. DOUGHARTY & C...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. . ADELAIDE, May 30. The Advertiser libel case haslbeen further adjourned until to-morroiv. The case of false pretences by the Bank of Adelaide against Peter Pridmore, flour merchant, has been dismissed. Parliament meets to-inorrow. The total stakes paid over the late race meeting ainounted to L2741. ADELAIDE, May 29. The Corporation has decided to call. for tenders for the erection of a small-pox hos pital in the city. Apiece of wreck having the word "Mary" painted on it has been found off Al dinga. 'The Supreine Court decided yesterday that action, lies for breach of contract for the sale of land under the Real Property Act. The libel action brought by Cullen and Wigley against the Advertiser commenced to-day.' The' racehorses Emulation, Killaloe, W. G., Filibuster, Jack's the Lad and Nightin gale were offered at auction, but all were passed in. Wheat is steady at 7s Sd. to 7s 9d.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
Literature. THE With which " The HAIIPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERT . . : . TUESDAY AND. FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THIE EARLY MAILS, C AT TE OFFICE, ' MIANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Srenseo rnros- .i Per quarter .. ...... s. d. posted .. .. .. 7s. Gd. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a nuarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment oi all arrears ADvERTIslNs- Ordinary Advertisements, per inch ' s.. 3 Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are In. .trted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued 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-day on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS- C Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat . Mr. W. Gooch GeeIong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac ...
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
MAARKET_. IALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BIALLARAT, May 29. Mt'ser. Jc.et'ph A.illn anil Co. report: Fae Cattle-4t,) we:rt yarrlel, quality inferior to extra parine, |l,.-t in h:iln;; Messrs .. and P. Manifold's, and \lr J. Thm'llis. Tihere was an average attendance of buyers, and god beef was Iriskly competed for at a slight advance on List week's rate=. Quotations Prime pens bullocks, L13 to L16 ; good, LI0 to L12 10s; prime cows. L10 to L11 1os. Averages-Messrs. Manifold, 166 bullocks, LIt is ;di, 23 cows, L1 17s 2dd; Mr. J. Thomson, 9S bullocks, L12 Os Ed; C. B. Fisher, 60 cows, L5 3s Sd. Fat Sheep-11,S61 were penned, including a fair proportion of good and prime. There was a full attendance of buyers, and competition at the earlier .ales was brisk at an advance of fully ls per head 'in last week's rates, but towards the close of sales. pricsS slightly declined. On the whole, how. ever, the mibarket was decidedly in favorof the vendor qu,,tations-Prime crossbred wethers, 1So to 23s...
MORTLAKE PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 June 1877
MORTLAKE PRESBYTERY. --~------ A special meeting of this Presbytery was held at Mortlake on Friday the 27th inst. The Revs. Messrs. Fraser (moderator) Corris, Wilson, Ellerman and Dykes were present. A number of letters were received relative to the Heytesbury Mission. It appeared that the residents at.Mspunga, Nirranda, Panmure a.nd Cadgee have made arrange. ments of their own for the supply of religious ordinances among them; but at Peter. borough, Port Campbell, Princetown and Scott's Creek there seems to be a strong de sire for a duly qualified missionary to labor among them. The following sums were pro. mised towards the support of a missionary, £12 from Scott's Creek, £10 from Peter. borough, £8 10s 6d from Port Campbell, aad £7 10s from Princetown. Total, £340e 6d. Steps were taken by the Presbytery to secure a missionary at eece; and it was re. solved that the ministers of the Presbytery seek subscriptions in their several districts towards the support of the mission, and re...
COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. eI WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. sc CONTRACTS. se Contract No. 54-77.-Preparing road to re- oc ceive, and spreading about 4L0 cubic sh yards of maintenance metal on lower bl Western main road. cI Tenders.-Thomas Dwyer, £20; Duncan m and Co., £15; Doake, Stevenson, and c1 Begley, £15; James Dunforth, £16 13s. 4d; ea John Egan, £18 6s. 8d; Anthony Egan, cc £19 11s 8d.-Awarded toDoake, Stevenson pi and Begley. is Cuntract No. 55-77.-Preparing road to re- It ceive, and spreading about 400 cubic w yards of maintenance metal on Colac an to Ballarat main road. w Tenders.-Thomas 31'Dermott, £16 13s 4, : ri James Cameron, L15; Anthony Egan, L Ll6 5s :-Awarded to J. Cameron. Contract No. 56-77.-Preparing road to re ceive, and spreading about 1700 cubic yards of maintenance metal, and about o 600 cubic yards of gravel on Geelong to c Warruambol main road, from Colac I bridge to Shire boundary at 1'irron t Yaloak. a Tenders.-Quinane and Maloney, L76 13s. 4.1; W. M1'Farlane, L105; Flan...
THE FIRE AT BELFAST. BELFAST, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
THE FIRE AT BELFAST, (B" ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OwN CORREsPONDEST.) BELFAST, June 2. The recent destruction of the shire offices at Belfast, under circumstances surrounded with much suspicion, has been town talk for some time. The official inquiry seemed to point to an officer of the institution as the perpetrator of the deed, for the shire papers, bioks and documents were found, some of them in the safe where they were not usually, these being of little value, and others that were of value were missing. The council has for some time had the whole of the circumstances under consideration, and they have been aided no doubt by the intelligence of the local police. Acting no doubt under instruction Sergeant Darcy to-day arrested D. J. Howes, the late secre tary of the shire, on a charge of setting tire to the offices of the Belfast Shire Couneil He was brought into town from Moyne Swamp at ten o'clock to-night and placed in Belfast gaol. He only resigned the otlice of secretary...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 2 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Juno 2 Mr. Thomas King, proprietor of the Ad. vertiser, has been committed for trial for libel at the suit of Cullen and Wigley. News has been received that the effort to secure the introduction of Japanese into the Northern Territory is a failure. Two more bodies have been found from the Emily Smith. There are more inquiries for wheat, but quotations are unchanged. ADntAIDE, June 1. The tribute workings at the Wallaroo Mines have been stopped, pending a rise in copper, throwing some hundreds of men out of employment. Mr. Peter Pridmore has issued against the Bank of Adelaide two writs, one for £10,000 damages for malicious prosecutions, and one for £5000 for breac'l of agreement. A new weekly paper called the Australiad Star was started to day. Wheat is quiet at 7s Sd; country flour sold at £17.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
QUEENSLAND. BRISBuAE, June 2. The shipments of wool to England direct since November have been 31,000 bales, and 20.000 cases uf meats. Thirty Chinamtn travelling on the Palmer, road were stuck-up, robbed and assaulted by ten of their own countrymen. COoKTOWN, June, 2. Two Chinese stores have been totally do. stroyed by fire. In the former the loss wse fully £3000. The other store was empty, Both were uninsured.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
Special Advertisements. GEORGE GIIBSON, CHEMIST, t Sxccesor to W. R. Hill), Supplies Station medicine chests and sundries Halford's snake-bite syringes Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by return post. COLLINs.-STREET EAST, MELBOURNE BRISCOE AND CO., WEOLESALE IRONMONGERS 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT REDUCTION Previous to re-buildint. 1. W. 'TAIT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CAMPER)OWN . DR. PETTIGREW, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND PUBLIC VACCINATOR, CHURCH STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Home for Consultation--Morning, from 9 to 10.30; Evening. front 6 to 8. Money to Lend. 0?7000?1 TOLEND a~t 6 PER CENT £ J U on good security. R. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colas. Special Advertisement. CHEAPSIDE iiOU8 GEELONG. 18 77. AUTUMN AND WINTER F GOODS. J. M. TULLOCH F Has much pleasure in advising that by recent E arrivals he is in, rdceipt of 3; PACKAGE...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH, WALES. Syrbsy, June 2. The Agnes, repairing steainer, sails on Monday, to pick up the Tasmanian cable A meeting of school teacherss was held to day, toscQnsider a communicatiojn from the Victorian Institute of Teachers, in reference to a journal to be issued in Melbourne in the interests of teachers. The proposal k as favourably received. SYDNEY, June 1 The Assembly sat until half.past seven o'clock this morning, discussing the esti. mates. The Chief Commissioner of Insolvency has expressed an opinion that the Bank of New Zealand and the Mercantile Loan and Agency Company, not being registered under the Companies Act, and not having a private act or letters patent were illegally trading here. They have been advised to get a private act passed. The steamship Somerset lost her screw during the s u'herly gale, and was for six, teen hours in the trough of the sea and in a somewhat critical position. The Woonona towed her in here, and her cargo will be se...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
" NEW SUTHB WALES. .. ... SD , Jane 4. The following are the' entries for the aseberyk Grau d : gieadi4 ýG , Cardinal, The Dean, Black Eagle, Bow. atri rg, Amendment, Moira, Minster, Piiam, Kingfisher, Funriae, Louieana, Coventry, Maud, Flatcatcher, Zeyrina, Irish Stew, Painter, Deacon, Jack of .Trumps, Ringwood, Rookwood, Bur. wood, Doekwood, Woolatone, Sampson, Fonester, Janitor, Rataplan, local, Dillimond, Lothair, Miss Livingstone, Baron, Sultan, Sterling, Fernhill, Wrangler, Miss Phoebe, Crazy Jane L ertes, A. T., Timothy, W?axy, The Barb, Eva, Aneas, Chevalier, Zara, Don Alphonso, Apology.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
QUEENSLAND. BRIasANs, June 4. The barque Banda, bound from New. castle to Shanghai, wa wrecked on the Chesterfield Reef on May the 21st. The captain, his wife and child, and eight seamen left the wreck in a boat, and have not since bees heard of. Five other seamen were landed from the wreck at Bowen in a boat yesterday. Further instalments of Chinese, num bering' altogether 360, have arrived at Cooktown.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
AUS2'RAMIAN TELEGRAMS. - ? i (AUVITRAL1 A A?SOCIAThSD YRESS TRLvoRAns) · LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELUOtvUaRI, June 4. The adjourned inquest on the body of the boy West, who died f:om rege :t injuries inflicted by one of his school fellows at the Clifton Hill State School, was held to-day, and resulted in an open verdict. Mr. Woods, Minister of Railways, promised a deputation to-day to have the Transire Regulations, between Mel bourne and New South Wales, across the River Murray, immediate'y cancellid. The steamship City or Sydney arrived at San Francisco on the 31st ult., con tract date. i The Rev. Mr. Chapman, of Glasgow, has been secured at home as minister ,.f the Collins street Baptist Church. Further robberies in the city and suburbs have been reported to the police. Howes, the late shire secretaey at Belfast, was charged at that place this morning with burning down the Shire chambers, but he was remanded for a week, bail being accepted.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE EPSOM SUMMER MEETING. LONDON, June 1. THE OAKS STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE EPSOM SUMMER MEETING. Losoor, June 1. THE OAKS STAKES, Of 50 sovs. each. One mile and a half, 178 subscribers. Mr. Patlteney's br f Placi-la, by Lord Lyon -Pieas . 1 Lord Hartington's b f Belphalie, by Toxo. pho'ite-Vaga ... . 2 Mr. W. I'. nson's brf Muscatel, byMasket -Bonny Bell-- .......... ... S THE DEBRBY STAKES, Of 50 sova. each, second 'to receive 300 soys., and third 150 sovs. out of the stakes. One mile, four furlongs. 246 subs Lord Falmouth's b c Silvio, by Blair - Silverhsir . 1 Mr. J. Johnstone's b c Glen Arthur, by Adventurer-Maid of the Glen 2 Mr. J. T. Macken.ie's ch c Rob Roy, by Blair Athol-Columba ... 3