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RUSSIAN FRIGATES IN FRENCH WATERS. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

RUSSIAN FRIGATES IN" FREN'CH WATERS. LoNDo,N, June 9.. Three Russian frigates have arrived at Brest, from America.

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OPERATIONS ON THE DANUBE. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

OPERATIONS ON THE DANiUBE. LoSDoN, June 8. The Turks are bombarding Giurgevo. The passage of the Danube is expected to be made by the Russians at Rekopoli.

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THE RUSSIAN AMBASSADORS. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

THE RUSSIAN AMBASSAIDORS, Los?os, June g. It is semi-officially stated at St. Peters burg that the Russian Ambassadors at London, Berlin and Vienna are return ing to their posts, and not charged with any special negotiations, but to reassert the views held by Russia prior to the war, and to disavow the designs last Attributed to her. In the House of Commons, Mr. Bourke said that he believed that the powers in terested in the Suez Canal would concur in the action of England. Sir Stafford Northcote stated that the Government were not desirous to oppose belligerent rights ; the only object was to protect the Canal.

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MOVEMENTS IN ASIATIC TURKEY. LONDON, June 9 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

MOVEMEINTS IN ASIATIC TURKEY. LosDos, June 9 A Turkish GoTernor has been appointed at Sukhum-Kali. The right wing of the Russian army in Asia s at Nariman, beyong Olti, and the left wing is marching to Kara-Hissar un Opposed. LosnDo, June 9. -The main army of Mukhtar Pacha in Asia is encamped at Hassan-Kali.

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THE LANDOWNERS OF VICTORIA. MR. SHAW'S LETTER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

THI LANDOWNERS OF VICTORIA. MR. SHAW'S LETTER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS. 8ma,-I am a landholder, and have read your leader of Friday last. In that article you strike me heavily, yet I feel you ought to hear me. IFrom those of our senators who are political paupers, from stump orators, and from certain portions of the press of this colony, the landowners get copious abuse. We now expect, and we cer. tainly get, as much misrepresentation as they can lavish upon us. 'We are few in number-cannot count many at the ballot. box. Some of us have been very succeeful in the line of life we have chosen, and rwe have to suffer the penalty. We are becomiri accustomed to all this. We suffer-in the language of Shakspeate's Jew. "Sufferance is the badge of. our tril'."' When you com. mence attacking qs w.e may indeed feel that we are isolated-the world is against us. You roundly, clrge us with illiberality, want of generosity, of hospitality, and public ser.. vices. You acctse us-with one or two ...

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THE CZAR AT PLOYESTI. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

THE CZAR AT PLOYESTI. LONDON, June 8. The Emperor of Russia has arrived at Ployest.

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THE EASTERN WAR. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) DEFEAT OF THE MONTENEGRAINS. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

THE EASTERN WAR. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (WTrXR's AUSTRALL s ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) DEFEAT. OF THE MONTENEGRINS. LONDON, June S. The Turks have attacked and defeated the Montenegrin troops.

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GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

GRAIN. FLOUR, AND PROVISION M3ARKETS. 3MELBOtCR?, June 6. e' .r.>. Lord and Hlughes' report : Th-n in'.t vitv in the market for bread.tutff. reported last a-k -:;ll <oti:ues, a:d a price. have further de clir.dd. W,:,:: --TCot:-acti-,na have been contined to smancl ,:rct,- c ; hici have bieu placed at fram 7s Id to os ".L i, !ler, of large lines evince no disposition to 11ii at irc-int rate., etd as our town millers are for thei r,-eiat fully astcked, we cannot look for any inuediate itInprolveant iln values Flour-The re ceips biy rali corntinue heavy, and several large par cels tf country fl-ur have been placed at LIS 15s, LI5 l'- 3d, aid LI 10's., and to-day the market closes weak, with a declining tendency. Oats.- Imports frotu Ade!a!de quite a new feature; they are New Zeallnd Uat', an s tlhe market there is overstocked, advantage is Ie ing taken of the activity here. Con sidorabie sales have been made during the week. Common Tasemanian have been quitted at 31 9d a...

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MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

MIEL;OURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. 3IELBOURC.E, June 6. Messrs. U. . Gollsbrough and Co. report: Woaol-We held a small auction sale to-day, and cata. logued 315 boles, all of which were sold at very satis. factory prices. Since our last sale we have sold 91 bales privately, in addition to above. Greasy, ordi nary to avcrage, realised 6d to 9id, and scoured, 10d to lid per lb. Sheepskins-We have sold a large supply during the week at satisfactory prices. A brisk demand for all offering as follows :--Butchers' akins, from Is 6d to 5s 6d each; dry skins, 3d to 61d per lb. Hides.-Late rates were maintained during the week, but the mtarket is somewhat overstocked. Quotations rulin--Average ox-hides, 1is to 30S each ; cow-hites, 14s cd to 22s each ; Victorian salted, 3Id to 41d per lb; \.Z., nominally up to 5d per lb. Keanl roo skins exceedingly disicult to quit. We offered a large c.talogue yesterday, but effected few eales ; 1?d per lb is extreme value at present. Tal low-Late ra...

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

ENGLISH1 MAlL TABLE 1S7 Leave? Lnni- n Lc a-2; Lotdlia Arrives Via S u1tbstul'afi, Via Lriutd-i. at 31elbourne Janua-IV ii+ JTiir 19 3March ' Febitiar SFtrsr .1 1i i 3tarcbl _ ? nMar h 1 'itr 9 Apri' ff~ri 13 Ma Ma S .!:t b July '1 four 2; liic _1ut" 1 Auuu ..-: 1:t~ :,I1 (li tfrhl , 1 Stlitelnicl la \:: j iC 'iC ý' T'cT a. 1 IOe:'ntbtr Is Iýrc : r `? i'r rnar SO\~cO~r c

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

Literature, THE With which "The HAMPDEN GUAMSAN1" Is Incorporated IS PU.BLIS HE;~Di*' aVERT . rr . TUESDAY AND FRIDAY; IN TIME FOR THE EARLY fMAItS, AT TIcs o0"ca , MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN.' 'Ter quarter .. .. 65. 6d. ,, posted . .. 7s. 6d. Subecribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears ADn?aarSINGs Ordinary Advertisements, per inch . Ss Per inch, per'quarter .. .. 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in earted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face hofthem the number of timse they are to be iunserted, or they will be continued until countermanded, and charged. All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal ef advertisements, must be in writing, and should be en t in not later than mid"ds,on Mondays and SThursdays. AGENTS Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Bllarat .. . Mr. W. Gooch Gelog .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac .. Mr. W. J. Green .Prronyal...

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FROM VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

*e Mnn, Vr 0l . Mac I9~ t'ehrt r: . \ u t 9 lr~l M1arch1 ;1: '1k . . 14 April. . .4 Jn . .r 3 0i t'rr * 13 J~~~~~;\~~ I · \dfll'e .4 tY~rcrbr ýcs',t `le eni,<r °: l O-tnis-r 1. Scrnutoner `2.l , . J t' er '"".? r 1; 1 nawtmler ` !d -:l nf rl , . II Jnluar- 1h-77 21 I' . t Fe birua ir i isnarr '

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THE ARGUS'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

THE ARGUS'S REPLY. Mr. Thomas Shaw, whose letter appears in another column, is aggrieved by our de scription of the landowners of Vic'o a. From it we should certainly exclude Mr. Shaw himself, for that gentlemen has in. terested himself fairly in municipal matters, he has played his part in general politics, and he is known as a good neighbour. H. is one of the honorable exceptions of whom we spoke when we said that, as a class, the landowners of Victoria had made money rather than friends. Mr. Shaw submits pleas in mitigation of this verdict, the principal one being that the landowner is a new creation,'and that, in many instance:. he has not yet emerged from the clutches of the money-lender, and cannot therefore be expected to compete with the country gentlemen of England. But this is only a confirmation of our assertion that the landowner, as the world sees him, is for the most part a man whose sole idea is aggrau disement. Mr. Shaw believes that the typicallandowner is working f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

To Rabbit Carters. RABBITS purchaed--if fresh and ini good condition, from the neighborhood of Mount Noorat, at present price, 6(l per pair. Cash on delivery at the -lFaetory. Harea ,,urchased. C. M. FARRINGTONY, :te .. : Mo aagerc: Ci: Wesatwn MeIt Preser'idg Cowaijiay, Colac Pure Merino Stud and Flock Ranis for Sale. THE undersigned have for Sale privately S.about 350 PURE MERINO RAMS, 2, 4, and 6-tooth, including a number of high-class Stud'Sheep. For the convenience of purchasers, the breeders will undertake to deliver all Stud Sheep, and any lot of Flock Sheep above 50, at-the Leigh Road Railway Station, or in Hamilton, free of cost. The position this flock has taken for several years past at the Skipton and Hamil. ton Shows, having taken foremost places in .competition with the most noted breeders in. Victoria, should be a sufficient guarantee as to their quality. . Apply to THOS.. DOWLINu & SON, Jellalabad, Darlington. Sales by Auetion. .SATURDAY, 16th JUNE, 1877. Val...

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MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

SMELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SMELaOURNE, June 9. The epidemic of crime has broken out severely again. Burglary and forgery are the two distinct types it takes. Jewellers' shops are plundered by the dozen, and false cheques are scattered about as freely ahnost t as genuine ones. The police, however, .have unearthed the nest of forgers, and convic tion is being sheeted home to the culprits. In the other iase, .so far as I am aware, t pursuit has been baffled. The gang .f .e burglars, whose taste in jewellery and . fancy articles of the smaller descriptions is' so very refined that they have been able to, plan and carry out their depredations too skilfully for :the detectives to pounce upon them in the very act. Meantime thereis a regular panic amongst the Melbourne mer chants and traders, and double guards are now the rule in most establishments. Has all Pentridge broke loose, one would ask ? The blacartney scandal is a pretty one, is it not ? We have got about as low in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

Price SLrpence. AM ILY HERALD ?sIToLna PaRT The " Austrln.sian" says:-" This favorite do mestic magazine retainsall itsold interest and variety Price Sixpence. SAMIL Y HERALD MoxnL.Y PARrs The "Mount Mail" sa?s:--"It contains a vast quantity of useful and entertaining reading matter onsisting of tales, leading articles, poetry, recipts nd scientific notices. The Answers to Correspond nts indicate that the "Hterald" is largely consulted by readers who seek to have difficulties solved, and orgotten events revived by reliable answers from the Editor. Every week's number contains a well-written and thoughful leading article upon some subject o interest." Price Sixpence. F A[LY ERALD Monthly P The " Daily Argus" says :--"This domestic azine is second to none with which we are acqua Paice Sixpence. FAMIILY IIERALD Monthly Part. The "Darling Gazette" says :- "Among the Eng. lish periodicals received in Australia there is one, we believe, that receives a. warmer welcome than is ae corded to...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XXI—I SUSPECT STEPHANIE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

Y?, :d, thilL ll ?:>r1i,,: ,,,? litte £ray ad ? ,: ino rty heahte. ( ;ust :.,: a'd o.-. to, Radm. Thie :,.eu , OR, .ru rte, the too sik-uce usnui;,:d,. in1 regardl to my fate, R MYThad beRme u OFudurable . The letters noa hog A NEW SENSaTIOXAL STORY. 'no del CHAPTER XX.-ie m : an srET siziEg tI - gSeveral days had . p<se- , i n I me. I s oo him his ry evening.i 31 mthl ~i3er, ; f ,.r retiriv?g from, so-edty for P Spire of the siutdl degree of interest d .01o in the 0ntsile world. l was sittinic at toh ,,:. : .ni had "baie permis- 1 ?.i,,: : . .. u, , ring her absen'ce. the the window in niy II tir s boudoir look- i ' or a the tirst time l ventured to ar b trange snch a:u interview, on the frozen ellt asare of its culpable nature. Bu. no re gard for ettiquette, no fear ,,f doing LViroeg, no cliil' 'idera l tin' f anys Cold in snd liets tie withoprvtnt oe. L It is s;? easy, so) comfortable, to require a loving he t, to observe old shaeial re-d ,lquir ue lts, but it i s u...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 12 June 1877

TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1877. ANOTHER fortnight must elapse before the formal opening of Parliament, and that time will be spent, not in devising how the country can best be governed, but by what means Ministers can best fortify themselves in their seats. This has been so freely and unhesitatingly proclaimed, not only by Ministers, but by that portion of the press which sup ports them, that it would be affecting ignorance to -think cf denying it. " Moderation" is now the cry of those, who, not many weeks back, were "breath ing out threatening and slaughter" against all who opposed them from one end of the colony to the other, andi with what object that cry is taken up, no one can be at any loss to concieve. Whether able to carry out any lortion of the programme with which they went to the country or not, Ministers wish, by a policy c.f conciliation, to retain their present position, and will do so, until absolutely driven fiom it. But this is no new thing under the sun in modern politics....

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THE MAINTENANCE OF MAIN ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

TIHE MAIN'TE'NANCE OF ' AIN at "ROADS. e) *R A meeting of the representatives of City, b Town, Borough Councils, and Shires, who wish to have a voice with relation to the expiration of the law regarding the question in of tolls, washeld in'Town Hall, Melbourne, n ton Tuesday 73 gentlemen present. His Worship t the Mayor of Melboure took the chair, and t stated tnat the business for which the meet- p. ing had been convened. Cr. A. K. Smith hi s:ated that the abo:ition of tolls. carried by sa the late larliarnent, had met with consider- a able opposition, as was shown by the re numerous deputations from the c untry, th who had objected to its being abandoned. it He moved :-"That the abolition of tolls cu upon main roads has not been proposed or ex advocated by the body of Municipal Cor- 1I poratiuns of this colony, but enunciated nw from the Parliament that last ext ired, and si which did not provide or suggest any othei .v means for the adequate mainte!,ance of such th roads, and tha...

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NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

NEW' ZEALAND. AjTX6LA\D. JZ L !I A boy named Pilling ha btcei k2is4 I lavJin. foots .ill.

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