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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
WARRNAMSOOL LIVE STOCK i ARKE- T. ti WAIINAJUoOL, June 2. Maers. mepinra. lenAul ri am4f esport :-Our yards wes supplied with M0 lad it store cattle; other dieripto of stock to o and were Iass than the general averag 'The attendance was small and the biddings throughout the day werme languid, and as they failed to reach owners' valuations scveral lots were withdrawn and turned out unsold 1 Fat cattle are a little easier. We have several drafts oi good cattle now on our books that we can ofer in lots of from 50 to 100 at current prices. For store p cattle the demand has decreased; only those well-bred and in good condition realise previous quotations For fat and store sheep we have no alteration to g quote. Pigs known to have been well fed are selling at improved prices, with every appearance of afurther 1 increase. For horses there is a gooddemand, draught . animals especially being much inquired for, at higher prices than hitherto quoted. For milch cows and working bullocks the dem...
CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
CAMPIERDOW.-POLICE COURT. I THulusoD, June 7.. d I efore . H..Puckle, Eq.; P.M., W. Ower, a Esq., J.P., and John Jd ls, Esi., J.P. :a 4LLýoyB anextk FBoNS ON PEmisISn. Polce v. MichaelNeylom-This case,which .] it will be remembered has been no less than a: six times before theooupt, wa again called on. Constable Sinaot stated he was again d unable to go int.theb'se owing to the ab. a] sence of Constable Keyti, and asked that'it a might be placed last on the list as that witness was epetCd:' to rrive during the £ afternoo, p Mr. Pclken said tift appeared to ob. cl ject.to thireummou being heard, and he thou that a the present wasthe althtimie L thei 1ial1liea i befor the co , the bench al ho d dismise it at oe. If ay offence * h a ally been committed, the defendat had, he thougbt,.had .noaglb punishment by 1 having the charge overhns head this length pl of time. He (Mr. Piche) contended- that .tj the bench had no juri.ieltion to hear the co present complaint inasmuch as the first cha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
Literature. THE With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated . IS. PUB LISHED EvicT a. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, - IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAIS,. AT T?1E OTIGI, M3ANIFOLD.-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. ----i'o?-- . . ... . BSsscntclroor-- in he quarter . e.Sd. P e, posted .. - 7. Te. . Subecribers can only discontinue at the end d quarter, on a'notice to that effect in writing, and o O the payment of all arrears Ordinary AdertAisemente, Inch.' .. S Perinch,perwqsae q ..r ? -: ., -.. .._ 8 . A considerable reductioi if adý nt are in serted for a lengthened period.. .Advertisements must specify upon the face of them the nulmber of times they are to be .naerted, or they - will be continued until ceuntermanded, aid charged. A ' All orders for insertion, alteration, or: withdrawal etadvertisements, must be in writing, and should be seat In not later then mind4q.en Mondays- and pr Thursdays. AGENTS- ' C; )esbourne . .. xeis.i Goidn acd ech ltart .. Mr. W. Gooch leong . .. " Mr. Henfy Trnk Tb CeIae , ....
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, June 4. Messrs. Iichard h elllish and Co. report: Fat Cattlt-A medium supply to hand, quality ei all descriptions. The trade were fairly represented, but conr.tidio was rather slack, and prices easier. We ,qu:t'e ks: pens at about 0is per 10 Ibs. Fat Calves - For the -oY vealers otffred, prices were very sa?;a.actry to sellers, best realising up to PGs. We repcrt a fair demand for quality. Fat Sheep-This market was moderately filled, a fair proportion being useful to gosod mutton. The trade purchased all that were fit, at a shade under late rates. We sold out side for Mr. F. Levien 5Q0 good quality wethers, and for Mr. A. P. Burness ;N3 medium mixed sheep at ma-kel value. Fat Lambs.- -The supply was up to demand, pricea, if anything, being in favor of buyers. Our ales were 40 rood for lesrs?. 3lountjoy Bros., at 7s 4d, and for Mr E. Bland and another 11 do is 5d, and 1! do at 6s ad. S:ore Cattle-We have sold out side for MIr, E. Lyons and another,...
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALARAT, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 June 1877
MARKETS. BA~LAIIAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BA ARAT, June 5. tt.r..hnn-. FnleAkt4e and Co. report: Fat Cattle-31l were a'lded, comprising'drafts from the i eumm', viz:--lue Ho Siel Black and C. B. Fisher, Esq. Conspicuous amongst the draft of the fir=tnamed was 20 of his celebrated NB bullocks, and anyz- were the eulogiums passed upon them. The quality of the supply ranged from medium to prime. Sales opened and continued brisk throughout, at prices slightly in advance of last week. The following are. the averages:-The Hon. Niel Black, 20 bullocks, stationbred, L15 13 6d, 61 bullocks, stores, L12 7s; C. B. Fisher, 15 cows, L7 2s; Stewart, 34 bullocks, L11 53 Id, 13 cows L9 td. We sold on account of the Hon. Niel Black, Mount Noorat, 81 bullocks, station bred, from L1I 7s 6d to L16 12s 6d, stores, from L10 65 to L14 Is G6, averaging as above. Fat Calves--3 in,. which sold well. Fat Sheep -11,357 to hand, the majority of which was good useful mutton. The att:ndance at a les was large, and in...
THE HAMILTON TRAGEDY. HAMILTON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
THE IIA:IJILTOS TR.IGED Y f (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) t HIIIanLTcx, June 8. An inquest was held to-day on the body of John Walpole, late secretary of the shire of Duduas. Samuel Spillman gave evidence to the effect that he was employed by deceased as gardener. Deccased came to him between s ten and eleven on Thursday morning, and e told him he was going away on Saturday or ' Monday for ten days, and gave instructions what he (Spillman) was to do during his absence. He said that a gun wag chlke;t up, and witness was to take it t- a gin-mnii t and get it repaired ; further that if h: (W\;l-. pole) could get a cap, he would try to fire s the gun off. Deceased had not the gun with him then. Shi:rtly afterwards witness heard an explosion, and found deceased lying dead, with the gln alongside him. A 8 twig of dead branch of cherry-tree had r caught between the guard and the trigger. f He saw nothing unusual on the past of de ceased whec talking to him. Deceased told him as it was such a fl...
THE BELFAST SHIRE HALL ARSON CASE. BELFAST, June 11, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
THE BELFAST SHIRE HALL ARSON CASE, (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (r-ox OUR OwN'. CORRESPODE\T). BELFAST, June 11, 6 p.m. Dilmond John Howes, late secretary of the Shire of Belfast, was brought up on warrant, at the police court this morning, charged with malicioisly setting fire to the shire ofices on the night of the 3rd of May. The hearing of the case occupied all day, and is just finished. Mr. Fletcher appeared for the prosecu tion, and Mr. Ardlie for the defence. Particulars were given similar to those taken at the inquest on the fire, and the following additional evidence: A servant girl, named Louisa Robinson, employed at Howes's, swore that the pri soner was out very late on the night of the fire, and that early next morning she saw him take some books and writing papers out of his house to an outhouse, and there burn them all. On being questioned closely, she said the books were large ones, like what were used in an office, and similar to shire books (produced). She also stated t...
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
QUEENSLAND. SBlRSBANE, June 8. The Assembly has passed the second read ing of the Religious Worship Bill, and also the Regulation and Amalgamation of Legal Practitioners Bill. Pending the arrival of Sir Win. Jervois, no fuither addition has been made to the volunteers. The loan estimates contain votes for the construction of railways to certain points; for immigration, £150,000; lighthouse, £61,000; telegraphic extention, £75,000; total loan, £1,400,000. The ordinary revenue is estimated at £1,557,000, and the expenr diture at £85,000.legs. A second bed of slate has been cut in No. 7 Lady Mary Reef, and specimens contain ing 700 oz. of gold have already been ob tained. The discovery has caused much ex citement at Gympie.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June S. A steerage passenger of the steamer South Australian, named Barlow, connmitted suicide near Cape Otway by throwing 1apellovejboard. A terrible eiplosion occurred at the stock ae thiis afternoon. A numnber of people went up to see someexperirnients with dyna mite. One of the stones flew 150 yards, and struck a young convict named Moore on the head. He is not.expected to live. Wheat remains at 7s 9d to 7s 10d. ADELAIDE, June 9. The banquet to Mr: S. Davenport last night passed off successfully. A telegram has been received fr.m London that all the emigrants by the Oaklands have been vaccinated, and that the vessel was on the point of sailing. Wheat i3 unchanged.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 8. In the Assembly last night the Ministerof Lands said that he had given instructions for an inquiry into the action of the lands agent att loama in reference to Reseigh's selection at Eaglehawk. To night Sir fI. Parkes gave notice that he would move on Thursday that the House resolve itself into a committee of the whole to consider the recommendations in the pre liminary report of fir W. Jervois, and as to the expediency of making provision for the naval and military defences of the colony. Notice has been given in the Assembly for leave to introduce an Electoral Bill. It is reported that Cumberland disease existed in a mob of cattle recently sold hero, and that forty.seven died just prior to the sale. The new goldfield, near Mudgee, has tnrni!:"out to be a hoax. Rush and Trickett are getting rapidly into form, and the former's backers are very col. fident. Rush has finally decided not to use the sliding seat. The St. Lawrence ar...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 11. Rush and Trickett had a fine trial yeaterday. The blandooran coach to Mudgee cap sized to-day, but the passengers were uninjured. Heavy rains have fallen at Parke's, flooding the Billabong Creek. A miner named Hogenson has been found hanging in his hut at Forger's Creek, and it is supposed that he com committed suicide, owing to starvation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
Special Advertisements. MIEDICAL NOTICE. D t. PETTI(fEW intimates that he will visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. Notice, "?iR. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, will in future attend at TEIRANG on Court days. and can be consulted at the commercial Hotel. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, W M. FE RGUSSON has for PRIVATEj . SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Elingamite, Jan. court, Timboon, and Mortlake. M anifold- iree?, Camperdown Special Advertlsementa. 5agiArslDE HoUta GEEL ONG. 18 77. AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS.: J. M. TULLOCLI SHas mudl pleisure-in advising that by recent, arrivals he is in receipt of - 7 PACKAGES, Containinig His Firrt Importation or the Season of WINTER GOODS. Annexed is a List of the various Departments, r whih wil be foundI Fully Assorted with Every Description of PLAIN ASD FA Act , DRAPERY, MILLINERY, AND S CLOTHING. rv he ne The facilities which J. M. T. poesaes as...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAJMS. (ArSTRALIAt ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) 'LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ,IELBOURNE, June 11. Sir William Jervoise and Colonel Scratchley arrived this afternoon from Albury by special train. A collision occurred at the Spencer street station this afternoon between the Williamstown and Essendon trains. Several persons were slightly injured. The Tasmanian cable has been repaired, and the Port Darwin line is now inter rupted. A publican was fined to-day, under the New Licensing Act, for allowing a con stable when on duty, to remain five hours in his hotel. The Premier, Mr. Berry, states that he has received no telegrams on the part of the Government from the Agent-General. Sales of wheat have been made at 4s 3d.
LUCAS V. LORD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
LUCAS V. LORD. To THE EDITOR OF THE CEROICLE. Sir-Will you favor me with space in your next issue to take exception to that portion of your report in the above case, which reads-" that C. M. Farrington, of the Meat Preserving Company, Colac, stated that the plaintift signed a written agree ment (produced) agreeing not to sell any rabbits that were to go past the factory.' The agreement did not contain any such clause, neither did I sign any agreement with C. Mi: Farrington. I can sell what rabbits I may think pro,:er. I do sell ab,,ut live hundred couple per day, which never trouble the manager of the Colac factory. I reman, Yours truly, RICHARD LUfCAS. Pomborneit, 9th June, 1S77. [Nonr-It would have been more satis factory had Mr. Luc.s supplied us wtu a copy of the agreement he signed, for oar re porte still inmtains the correctnes of his rsport-&R. O.Q.
MARKETS MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877
.1I:11RKE l MELBU RNI: .IVE: STO tK MARKEET. .1l:L:Cul:Et:, June 6. ?jr' .. KttI?!rsl:.k t:Ia;trstore and lMan ri: t :--t Iral -' he IT Lber yanl?d amounted t. 1:: ,o :, Frics ,t p rimt. quality hardly so firmnn "-, ., n . ud quality and middling re-> -i : .., :-, ' I - head on late rates. Prime ts;:. : } . 1.;:; !: % to L15 55; good do, irom h" i-'Es Li*~ . ; middling and inferior, from Lii Ilo .upo rds: ritue pers cows brought fron) L5 lOs to L2 15s ; god do, irom L6 to L ; inferior, from LI uipsiards. Wesold-110 head, cows to L9to, bullocks to LOU.I" 6d. Fat Sheep-14,500 yarded. Sales in most instances effected at a reduction of fully is per head on last week's rates. Prime crossbred wethers brought from 21s to 24s ; good do, from 17s to 19 ; others from 4s upwards. A few very prime crossbred ewes brou.ght 5s, and others from iis upwardss. B.rt merino wethers brought from 14s to 15s; middling and second quality, from Ts 6d upwards; best merino ewes brouiht from 10s to 11s; oth...