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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE _MARKET. BALLARA.T, June 9. Ylessrs. C. Vauglhan and Co. report:- From the appearance of the breadstuffs market in the great centres of population, breadstuffs are not likely to recede, but it is dithcult to effect sales for tfour in this market except for immediate wants. The supply ,t wheat is decreasing, but prices remain the same as la-t week. The demand for feeding grains still con t'nue, and the supply of eats being insufficient, and t .e supptvyof pea and Cape barley being almost nil, a fair business was done in hay; and straw was in active demand at improved rate?; the market to-day cwa? rowded with potatoes, and was cleared at L2. atrrots are inquired for, also mangels. The demand f r crass se2d has fallen off, and it will not likely revive till early spring. Quotations- Flour, L1, 10s: wheat, 7s; oats, 4s to 4s 3d; seed, 44 C;d to 55; Capa barley, 3s Pd to 4s 3d: seed, 4s 6d; English, 4s to s ; manger hay, L4 5s; sheaves, L3 10s to L3 15s; o tten...
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
QUEENSL A.N D. Bas.zisB5 . Ju, e 12. The Tre.surer's budget discloss nj new charge or taxation. The missing boat of the Ban.s. I:h the captain his wife, and child and :te re:rainder of the crew, were picked up by t.he s:Lo.,ner Albatross, of Shardwater Bay, on the 6th inst., ail well. The woman and chll had suffered from exp ,,ur. Utfcial telegram= report the pI 'ula:i,,n at the Palmer as 1..FaO Europeans and 1;.000 Chinese. There are also three ,teame, with Chinese on btard in quaranti~c. At the Hodgkinson there are 4. 5O3 Europanl and 300 Chinese. At five caus there are only 60 Europeans to over 4,O? CL;n;.se.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 13. With reference to the recent report of cattle dvilg from the Cumberland disease, the inspector of stock having investigated the matter, thinks that the deaths occured from eating n xious grasses. A rich reef is reported to have been dis. covered a mile from Gulgong. The weather is very bleak. SYDNEY, June 12. A deputation of the Agricultural Society and stock agents urged upon Sir H. Parkes to-day, the necessity of the estab:ishment of cattle sale-yards. The Premier thought the work was one which might be left to private enterprise, failing which the G.,vern ment might he justified in interfering. The Governor has intimated his intention of being present at the boat race between Rush and Trickett. Rsh has receded in the betting since he announced his intention not to use the sliding seat. Constable Blain, who was recently injured by buiglars, has died in the infirmary of typhas fever. Symonds, the chief engineer of the steamer ...
[?] MAIL TABLE 1877 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
N l jiiT A\IL TABLE 1377 FROm ENGLAND. Least; Lucl xid LeLYCSi Lont Arein nia Suuthaxup;xx Viii Llrindl~i. at Melbourne. 1i I ui i 11 March 3 'l- ebr'nra Ix I pri1 . Nlarclt S March l. 16 ` ay . ý' _1 31a\ M\Ia i l u . Ap~ri . ;n ~ xrx Jlr, Ma M a c 3 1 xJ - x= e .J u e x a i . -uly u 1-;t S mptm · Xni, oi luui - hx nx~cb." ANxxl .i . : 4 3 \xtx Taxi rx 1S Sept L.er 1 l txi c heni x. ° hxnr1 ethe '*IIa li IrN °-uxl. hau t-cxn pox rit;r... r e 2 mFear 1 So\··l~~~hTi·M .T~~:lYI~ Lviu elm i" 11'011 ari , - lo loxt urnr. t l ia 6ut`·rnnto Lx) Xu riit . 1crb ' La_ cm 4° 1 a ' 12 x Marjc . . 10 Ni brxiluxr 1 1) i .'D Apri . 164 Liaxcni ', I 7 ?a .1. . b a 1 17il : Jun 4 June 11 Ma 15. .iulr · Jule July "0 A;din rt t . . 6 Jul . . . 10 Au ut, . 7 Sep!:·ntember 3 7 c Sq-tereli fr 24 Catcher . I cen :ubr: ; . 4 VVtt · - . OctobeU r . .2r 4 Novembher 15 November " 53 Ntre 1 P et ; iIt r 1; Decemberr 24 December . 27 Febr r rn y 11 February . 1S
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
;EELONiG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, June 11. )lc~r'. Idllackila ninl Itulrnftt report: Fat Cattle--There a-i? a =hrt supply, and prices were In exce-s o lat I-: "wee rate?, alth,u;h nine of the count:r- trie ;?. re(pr e-eted. We s?od 30 head fair to good quality iizht i~;'ht cattle, at up to L12 is 6d for bull:,ck:, and L1, 1;5 for cows. Fat Sheep-A mrodesrte numier -f ala shieep yarded, for which there was duerndl bev.nd supply. Prices were fully up to thoec obtained .ast we.-k. We sold I57 good quaii:y lighi welih: wiather at from 10l to 1s ; 140 air to . c-d quality wethers at 13s; 35 medium qualit? ,it rs at ."1 4 ; and c15 fair quality crossbred wc:her, at 11 . T,.tl, 417. Fat Calves-Demand for bh.t qudit cal-.i exeaiinwlv gooi. None yarded. Fa: Lar. ..--The iew hItmli in brought full rates. A linit.i num-ber of ?ead lambs are saleable at pay l r . :r tok-We have to report sale of .' r ::,i O, th : i, on accunt of Thomas Dow an , Jelllabad, 1,00 full-mouthed u-eth,;r.. 5,:t v ...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAM31S. (AUSTRALIA? ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MIELBOT.UE, June 14. The Navigation Board held an in quiry to-day into the loss of the Young Australian, and found that the master contributed to the loss of the vesuel by continuing the voyage with an insuffi cient equipment, and defective rigging. He wilt be called upon to appear on Saturday to show cause why his certifi cate should not be dealt with. At the General ess?ons to-day, Thomas Tindall pleaded guilty to em bezziement from the Mutual Assurance Society's funds, and was remanded for sentence. W lliatn J. Strachan also pleaded guilty to uttering forged cheques. It is stated that MIr. L.ington has corn menc d another adtioa against the Age for lbel. A London telegram of the 11th inst. states: -The wool sale, are progressing firmly, competition on French account being active. The market for greasy is firmer, and prices for medium, inferior, and greasy have advanced a halfpenny to a penny. Th...
THE PEACE OF EUROPE. LONDON, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
THE PEACE OF EUROPE. Losno-, June 12. At the Merchant Taylors banquet Lord Salisbury, in the course of his speech, insisted on the necessity of main taning European peace, but said that England wes ready to defend her interests if they were attacked. Lork Derby concurred in the remarks of Lord Salisbury, and added that the maintenance of peace was the greatest British interest.
BOILER EXPLOSION AT SANDHURST. SANDHURST, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
BOILER EXPLOSION AT SAND. HURST. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SA\-DHPURST, June 12. A boiler accident occured this morning at the mine of the -New Chum United Company. At half-past five a.m. the mining manager left the claim, before leaving having seen that the boiler was sufficiently supplied with water. However, at about seven o'clock the tube in the back end of the boiler burst, and the bricks and mortar behind it flying with great force knocked down the office at the back of the engine house. No one was in it at the time, otherwise death would have resulted, for the timters were lroktn an scattered about in every direction, The front of the boiler, including the fire-bars and doors, was blown away about fifty yards into the gully facingthe engine-house. The whole of the brick work surrounding the boiler was shattered. An examination of the boiler shows the plates to have been worn very thin, consequently J the pressure of steam caused a collapse. This will be believed when it is sta...
THE EASTERN WAR. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
THE EASTERN ` AR. (BY SUBMARL'E TELEGRAPH.) (REU1TER'S AVSTRALIA~' ASSOCIATED PRP.ES TELEGRAMS.) Io!sDO', June 10. The Emperor of Russia has arrived at Bucharest, the capital of Roumania. LoswDos, June 11. Unofficial despatches state that the Russians attempted the passage of the Danube at Nicopolis, and were repulsed. The Russian press is indignant at the notion that Russia would be satis ed with peace without obtaining solid gau rantees. LoŽsoN, June 12. The Russians are massing troops on the Danube, opposite .Rustchuk and Nicopolis. The Turks have been successful against the Montenegrins. The right wing of the Russian army in I Asia Minur is falling back on Panak, I midway between Olti and Kars. The Turks from Batoum are operating in the Caucasian provinces. Losnos, June 12 (LATER). MIukhtar Pasha's despatches state that the Russians are retreating between Kars and Erzeroum, and that the Russians e have abandoned Olti, previously occupied d by them. Olti was subsequently reoccupi...
LUCAS V. LORD TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
LUCAS V. LORD - To THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE Sir-If you will be kind enough to look over my letter to you on the 9th inst., you will find that I do not deny signing any agreement with C. M. Farrington, as you make it appear in my letter this morning. What I wrote was to this effect-" Neither did I sign any agreement containing such condition." With respect to your note, I hawe tokinform you that the practice of tle ,so far as my experience goes, is --, ''copies of agreements made with ins, if otlerwise, I should be most happy to hand you the same. l have no wish to dispute with your reporter, but, notwith steading his assertioa to the contrary, it is none the Iss a fact that the agreement (produced) did aot contain a clause to pre vent me selling rabbits to go past the fac. tory. I am, Yours &c., RICHARD LUCA& ýa'sblmit. Jas. ie. $l., N,
ROBERTSON v. M'CULLOCH ALLEGED BREACH OF WARRANTY AT A CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
ROBERTSON I". M'CULLOCII ALLEGED BREACH OF WARRANTY AT A CATTLE SALE. The trial of the action of Robertson. v. 1M'Culloch was continued in the Supreme Court on Tuesday. '1 he plaintiffs, who are squatters in 'dew South Wales, sued Mr. \\.. Ml'Culloch for breach of warranty as to a cow called Pink the 11th. In November, 1875, Mr. M'Culloch held a sale hv auction of his stock; as he was about to ledvd the colony for England. Among the animals sold was the cow which formed the subject of the action, and for this the plaintiffs gave 750 guineas. According to Mr. Angus RIobertson's statement, at an interview he had with Mr. M1'Culloch a few days before the sale, the latter told him that Pink the 11th was as sound as a bell; that she had had a calf which had been sold for 590 guineas ; that in reply to other questions he said that she was then two months gone in calf. On the day of the sale there was a lunch prior to the auntion, at which, accord. ing to the plaintiff, Mr. Rudd, one of th...
WARRNAMBOOL TURF CLUB STEEPLECHASE MEETING. WARRNAMBOOL, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
IFARRA4. MBOiL TURF CL cB StL'EPLECIIAS' MEJIETING. iBY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH ) WAF?RNA.1?OOL. Jurne 1l There was a large a::endance .·a t:he cour-e to.-day, and the weather f rs:r.a: y was fine, having been wet and b?a::.r ns the last few days. until th: c:iy e of t e day, when a heavy dowifiall t.k psle. The ground was very hearv, and ni:nLg o:curred to mar the day's enjoyment. Ten i iAds were good, with the exctrpti?2u t~e Selling tiack Race. The fllowing are the events : LUIDI. STEEPrLtCHASE. Mr. O. F. W. Palmer's Herring Girl 1 ,, W. O'Breen's Balmcral 2 ,, M n1taeson's Emerald . . Six started, Emerald g ing off with thn lead, Flirt, owing to fractiousness, k'ig left behind. lHerring Girl soon ovrrhuleFd Emerald, and lead till the finish, winu:a; by about three lengths. HANSDICAP HErILE RACE. Mir. W. Hoet's Britomarte I ,, H. G.lagher's Merrvmaid 2 ,, A. Hood a's Pioneer ... 3 Five started. Peotman lead till the last hurdle, which he ran round, and was thus put out. Britouiarte, w...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELSNG, June 12. eMsrse. Iicharl )IeIllh :nd Co, report : Sheepskins--A large attendance of buyers with brisk competition thron;hout the different sles, and al though prices were somewhat irregular, last week's rates were maintained. We offerel our usual quantity, sand sold as follows :--3erinos 3s 3d to 4s Sd ; cross bred, 3s 9P to 5s 10d 1: medium skins in proportion; dry skins 41d to Od per lb. Hides-A full attendance of the tradq, and for suitable lots competition was fairly brisk at about l ht Reek's figures. Tallow-yWe gold rough fat at 3od per lb. G(EELONG, June 12. Meas-s. George Synuot -and Co repert: !heepe?drs We offered about 4000 ak", and cleared all ot at pic equata lu to ieki rate. . W~quote: -Best butchers' skins. from 364 to 67delch ; medium ditto, from 'td to 30d each; lambskins, from 24d to :J31 each; station skins, from 4d to6}d per pound llides--We had a large supply to-day, but bidding, wert ?ianuid; and we had to submit to a red...
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
\VAR RNA1 BOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. \\ARRNAMIBOOL, J1une 9. l s'.ro. lcepburn. Leonard andl Rang re port: - The stoak forwarded wrns not equal to expecta tion. There was, however, a fair attendance of pur chasers, and biddings were spirited at lust quotations. Fat and store cattle have not altered in their feAtures, b:it the value of inferior descriptions is liable to much fluctuation. Sheep-The demand for good crossbred stores continues. We could place some good lots at the highest current rates. Fat and store pis- We were Well supplied, but sales were only afiected at a reduction on our last quotations. Hore_-First-class annmls of every description are daily increasing in value. Superior much cows and t ood w?orking beasts are in good demand. Quotations :-Cattle-Store bullocks. 3 and 4 years old. from IA 15s to L5150s; steers, 2 and 3 years old, from L3 35 6d to L4 5s; yonng cattle, mixed sexes, from Li 17s 6d to L? Ts 6d; I cows, in good condition, from L5 so to L5 I1s. Horses - No...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 13 Mfr. Glydehs given notice in theAssembil for the appointment f a select cmmittee to inquire into the whole question of immi. gration. Mr. Colton stated in the Assenml.lyto.night that the statement in The Argue in refereno4 to the engine-in-chief'e answer to the Vic. torian waggon makers was oubstantially correct, but tenders from manufacturers here were not reasonable, tendernaight b, incited in other colonies. The Assembly resolved, on the motion of Mr. Bawker, that the Ministry should, with out delay, proceed with the erection of a nw chamber. The Hon. John Young, of Canada, leave for Venice to.morrow. The Government parties are exploring the counntry north cf the Gawler R-alnges, and to the west of Lake Torrens, and in the neighborhood of Lake Eyre. The Govern. ment iltend to have the province genera!ly explored. The ship Airlie has arrived with 4 s33 im, migrants. Wheat remains dull, without change. ADELAIDE, June 12. The Government stated in t...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK I1MARKIET. MELBOtURE, June 13. Ettershank Enaglestone and Mann reparI : -Fat Cattle-The number yarded amounted to 1.33. head, the majority of which consisted of second quality and middlinu beef. Godl and prime pens brought fully Lst week's rates, while second quality and middling, receded quite 10s per head. Prime pen bullocks brou=ht from L12 to L14 10s; good do, from LS 15i to LI0 IOs : middling and inferior, from L5 17s 6d upwards. Fat Sheep-Only a moderate supply (12,157) forward for this market ; but number proved amply eufficient for the detmand The market ruled dull and drag:ing all through. Prime htavy cross bred wethers brought from .;s to 7Ts; ;o od do, from 161 to ?Is: middling, from 1s upwanrds; prime crossbred ewes brought from 1;s to is : others, from 12s ,d upuards ; best merino wethers brought from 14e to 16is; -ood do, 1s to 13-: middling and inferior, from Os upwards : bott merino ewes bronuht from 9s 61 to 10s 61 ; others, from its uiwards. We...