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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
To Wa1 ho1.so in Ais: a!iis. W. H. GLEN AND CO.. Have removed to their Magnificent New Music Warehouse, 21 AND 23 COLLINS STREET EAST. These premises have been specially designed and erected to meet the requircicens ofi their extensive business, and fr elegance and magnitude are ac knowleoed to be unsurpassed in the world. Invite attention to :heir UNEQUALLED STOCK of i3usical Instriuments M- usic, PI.?NOFORTES, In every description of case and mounting, by the followine manufacturers Aucher Erard (London and Paris) Neumeyer Broadw"od Gerhardt 'leyel lBorJ Har-spiel Ranisch Chappell Kapps Schweehten Challen Lipp Soule:o Colhrd Lunam Schiedmaver Cramer All the Newest Styles of MASON and AIIA3LINS American Organs. ALEXANDRE'S Harmoniums, from 1 to 26 stops. Any Instrument can be had on our TIxE PAY.ME-r SYsTuM from 1 to 3 years, also at greatly REDUCED Prices for CASH. The Iargest, best selected, and most well arranged Stock of Music in the Australian Colonies. W. H. GLEN AND CO.'S "C...
The Hamilton Spectator says: [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 5 June 1877
The Hamilton Specator says :-The price &nbsp; of flour in this district is causing many t0 &nbsp; complain, and that this should be the case is scarcely to be wondered at. On Tuesday - the price in Melbourne was from £16to El; 10 and in Hamilton from £20 to £21. so that, as &nbsp; &nbsp; a matter of fact, bakers could buy in Mel bourne and land the flour here several pounds per ton cheaper than they could obtain it off our local millers. Of course were the latter to try and compete with Melbourne, they would do so at a loss, as, with sigul-t I want of foresight, they allowed specuator.: to step in and secure nearly all the wheat in the district, before they comiiru ed to buy, and have since had to pay high prices It is hardly fair, however, that their cus tomers should be made to pay for their oversight, and we have heard if prices of flour are not reduced, steps will be taken to obtain supplies from elsewhere. It also appears likely that another fall...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADILsWE,: June 7. The Judges Pension Bill has been read a second time. The House are strongly i' favor of a retiring allowance instead of STui Government intend to introduce a bill for the license of boarding houses. The whole side o' Formby's store, at rt Adelaide, gaire way under storag 316.. to-day. Mr.M. Mundie,tfornerlyColonialSecre tirv. has died -
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. .(IAUTR&IA ASSOCIATEDParsI TULUSUAXS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MzLaoUnIa, June 7. It is frely stated that the Hon. Mr. -Trench, Attorney-General, intenis find insg seat in the Legislative Assembly. At the Navigation Board inqui, hel. today, on the lo of the ecbosr rvo, at Wasatah Bay, the certificates of the c.rtain and his officers were returned. The Hon. John Young, tOpr C adian Commimsioner, left to-day for Adelaikde la i ,prese to the toatst of is hLesth at dimer, he idhe beli l-ed td the Cam-s diana would be able to comsmoa trading with the? s colofies by nit September. Mr. Walpole, the --ecretary of the Shire of Dundas, shot himself at Hamilto to-day. . - u ieilsn 'of the steamer Juli; Percy was lied, £10 and costs,to-day, flo a breach of the harbor regulations, iin ot --acking speed when coming up the river. Sir William Jervois and Colonel Seratchley left Sydney for Melbourne overland, last evening.
GEELOGN STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELOGN, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
I;:P ,ltUNtl STAITION PRODUCE MARKET, GEELONG, June 5. eeesrs 4eoti.e Syunot and Co. report Shaeelpkins -We had a numerous attendance of buyers at our sale today, when we offered alout 3)00 skins. C...Coiitttion was spirited, up to a certain point, but we had to submit to -t decline on late quotations. We cleared nearly all out, except several lots too :highly rewcrved, at the ifllowidg prices :-Best buit. chers'f sin. lrought irom Stld to .Oal each, one extra superior I.t reachhu 7t d: medium do, fronm 24d to 0dW each ; L'ankhtis, to ;-, l; -tatinn skins, from 31d to d perlb. Hide, Mere in better demand te-day, and we cleared out at highly e?tieiactory prices. Wet lted brought front 3td to 4ti; good coudi tioned to 5d t clisk.in, to 5;d. Tallow-We have naumrous cuquiries mr p;arcels in shipping order, and we quote tir.t-LL as mutton to L42; beef to L40. Oddments are readily quitted to the local consumers at high rt . - GEELO\G, June 5. .lesar,. Buckland and Burnett report: bheepkin...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, June 2. Yflesrs. C. Vaughan and ('o. report: A good supply of produce came forward this week, but we could have found amarketforamuch largersupply of horshfeed grains. The supplyof wheat was about the same as last week, but the demand was slack, local buyers not being anxious to operate at a reduction of 3d per bushel on last weeks rates. Flour was absolutely also dull of sale, many of the buyers having a good stock on hand, and others only buying for immediate wants, waiting [for the market to settle itself This dullness has been brought about by over .peculaton in Melbourne and Adelaide, and those markets having suddenly collapsed in consequence of the cessation of speculation. Breadtuffs may never theless be very dear before the end of this year. Hay was fully supplied, and rprices easier. Potatoes came forward in large quantities, and those that could not b. sold here were sent away by rail Quot Wheat, 6s lOd to 7s 2d; flour, LIW 10s ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
DR.` fPElIGIRW, I PHYSICIAN, SURGEON,. AND SPUBLIC.:VACGINATOR, CHURCH STREET, CANPERDOWN.' Home for Conslitation--Morning, from 9 to 1)0.30; -Evening. fromr6 to.8. S . . N ? TCE .. "Under Se'. 399, " Local Government Act, . 1874." ` RTHECouncil of the Shire of Hampden his is 1 received ast application from STUART wi REID, Esq., Eddington,'who- id de6irous of Pe ottaining-licenses to ERECT UNLOCKED of SWING GATES on a certain road.within the Be Shir?-.on the Bites-herein ud.mruiie tioned. of The .reason assigned why such application St should- be granted, being. that the traic is da so alight that the temporary closing of such GI road will not create any minconvenience :- we ON-ROAD LEADING :NORTH FROM BLLND CRICEK 51 TO DSALINOTON, PARISH OF KILNOORAT :- .(w (1) At the south-west corner of alllot. XXI. mi 2. 2 (2) On same road, about 33 chAins north of first 2nentibned gate. '. . (3):At'the junctinon6f the said road with the .road otn'allotment XX, bearing north - 5 an 65 deg.:56 m...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
FRIDA , JUNk' 8, 18'17. -----*--- IL Victoria is to keep pace with the. rest of the Australian coloniies, it must be by an influx of population from with out. This a settled matter with all whose opinions are worth having, and there .is a. sort- or three-cornered. duel now being fought- oh it- ini the7Mel. bourne mornirg journals. We have not sufficient space 'to follow these journals in their arguments on the sub ject, but two or three points have been made against the anti-immigrationists, which are worth reproducing. One of these points is, that a wrell-regulated stream of regulation does not neces sarily reduce the rate of wages, and this is levelled against an asser tion put forward on the other side, with amusing solemnity to the effect, that, if a thousand carpenters were to come out in a vessel, it would lower the wages of that particular handicraft. No doubt it would, and so it said-" if four pound loaves grow upon three-rail.fences, it would be all up with the bakers "-but...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
i N: LLSiH MAIL TABLE 1S77 F?RoM. ESGLsAD. Leaves London Leaves London Arrires Via Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January . 19 March • February . 8 Februar . 16 April . March' . 8 March . . 16 May . 9 April . 5 April . . 13 May . 1 M3 . 3 Mar . 11 June. • • - May. 31 June . S July . - 28 Jume . . 23 July . .6 August . . July ' . .6 Au-ust . 3 September. 1 August 23 August 31 October . 1 September. 20 September 23 November . 1 October. 15 October . 26 December. 1 Novtmber . 15 ;November 23 January,l?S7 December . 13 December 21 February . FRO. V ICTORL. Leaves Arrives London Arrivee at London Melbourne. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton Jhnuary, 25 March . 12 March . . 19 February 22 April . . 9 April . 18 March . 22 May . . 7 May . . . 14 April. . . 17 June . . 4 June . . . 11 May . . 15 July . . 2 Jul:'- . 9 June. . . 12 July . .30 August . . 6 July . . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 22 October . . 29 O...
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
FATAL ACCIDENT.7 An inquest on the body of the boy, V., Parkinson, aged 10 years,jwho was killed on Welnesday morning last, through bei - run over by a dray loaded with gravel, held in the Court house, Camperdowai; yesterday afternoon, before F. H.-Puckle, Esq., and a juryof twelve. After the Juy' had been sworn in, and Mr.Mlyersltppoinut foreman, they proeeded to the deceased's pargnts residence, where the body w~s viewed. On their return the ,fal~psoi evidence was takern -. . : John Kirk Smith, operator at the Tel,; graph office, deposed:-Was staading with a Mr. Knox, about 12 o clockl yesterday, is Manifold-street. raw the deceased William Parkinson, driving a horse and loaded dray towards Neyloa's public house, the dray ha4 just passed witness, when be heard a screamn,; and on looking round saw deceased standing up. Witness ran towards him, but before he could reach deceased, ha fell backwards. Thought that the cart had' gone orei deceasd's feat, but en ilaminiag him. founi that...
HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL &nbsp; stri lan WIDUIIDAY, Juvis 6, 1876. pro Present-Crs. Ower (president), Curdie, I Macdonald, MacL , Scott, and Mackinnon. ref sec INUoYM. GIc The minute of the lat meeting, held on str 2nd May, were read and confirmed, on the na motion o Cr. Macdonald. - io coiirsUsrOiDJCs. vel From Cre. Walker and Buchanan, spolo' to gising for their absence.-Received. san From the Shire Council of Meredith,-call- pry iag the; attetion of the council to the fact, tht, as the roads are uder the control of t local bodies, so should any revenue be, and HB wishing their opinion upon itt-Secretary to In1 inform that the Council approve of any tic action in the way named.- c ea From the Shire Council of -Mafr, for. .warding a report of the late Shire Confer- re eac,, and requesting a cotribution of two at Sguineas oa sacot q ats.i--Mqved by Cr. SCrdie, seconded by Cr. Mackinnon, and th carried--*"That the sum of £2 2s be paid to be thi accoi t of th4 recent ~hire confer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
Soli by all chemsts and Stoiowsrn " Have no K RAM 8'S "Worththeir equal." VegetableLifePills weightingold -- Healing Ointment, - Everybody Chlorodyne. and " They act gratefully de- Chlorodyne Cough like claresthisfact Lozenges, magl?." Prepared by a thoroughly qualified pharmaceutist expressly for the Australian climate. For medical and other testimonials see handbills. Wholesale Depot-72A Queen-street, Melbourne. Keating's Cough Lozenges, COIIPOSED of the purest articles. These Lozenges contain no opium, nor any deleterious drugs therefore the most delicate can take them with perfec confidence. Their beneficial effect is speedy and cer tain. This old unfailing family remedy is daily recom mended by the most eminent Physicians for the cure o COVOIS, ASTHMA, RONCEMTS, ACCUVMLATION 07 PBIZGL . COPY OF TESTIMONIAL. Mr. T. KiATINO. Indian Medical Service. Dear Sir,--Having tried your Lozenges in India, I have much pleasure in testifying to their heneficial effects in casesin Incipient C...
For a Woman's Sale, OR THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XX.—A TERRIBLE ACCUSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
OR, TIE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. 'Ari[TER XX.-A TEKRIBLE AC U'SATIO-N. The rumor spread throughout the whole city that I was betrothed to Captain vul Laiigibachl, and the formal announce ment wonld be made as soon as I had re covered frin an i!l:Cis brought on by a severe cold. Langenbach was said to receive the con ,ratulatiuons otiered by his friends with cordiil thanks and a proud smile, while the Marquis de Chevreux vainly sought the aid of all his perfuimes to relieve the. fainting fits that daily attacked hilm. The thougLht that he had been rejected inl favor of Latngenb:tch wounded the poor Marquis so deeply that he even forgot to restore to his face. by means of the rares colsmletica, tihat youIthful freshness which sorrOtw desitroyd fir more rapidly than time. My nmother nuired inm with the utmost care, but no word of consolation, which aI.o0ne would have had p 'wer to cure me, crossed her lips. The doutor visited me twice a day, and said that my st...