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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

Literature. THE "(ýqnttbQton Stra?ief," With which "The HA3PDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERYT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN T3IE FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT TdIB OFFICS, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWNT. ScscRIaTPlON Per quarter .. .. .. .. e. 6d. . posted .. .. .. 7. 6d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears ADvERTISING Ord!nas" Advertisements, per inch .. Per inch, per quarter ....... 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are In serted 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-dy,on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS Melbourne .. .. fessrs. Gordon asud Gotch Ballarat .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac ...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET BALLARAT, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

MARKET4S. BALLARAT -LIVE STOCK MARKET BALLAr..iT, June 12, t .ile,-rs. Ilepburni. Leonard and Rowe retp!:- 'L- -tock yarded were-160 cattle, l12,j4 -ipq,, l7 .:in-. l-,b t CFattle-A very lig:ht number ct.iev fvr,.' -:. aiiy ranged from medium to prime. Thi. a.- ,ily :i T:;aldl aitel ance of buyers. conse ui: .iy,thi.:r i priceý were tter tli.i last wekc, they did nt - av a very mark.e i t.Irance. Be-t 1.ens still to Ll5 127' Odi. aid -ingle bullocks to L19 15s. P 'F,! in; are the princip di ;eerges :-Messrs-. J. and ti P. Maunifld, 4-0 bui!..ck, stat-'blred, L15,31 cotas do, c L11 7s: Mr. Jam.ns Faucett, 21 bulotks, L1 Ps 4d: F Mr. Hriand. "22 do. LD 5 6Ji. I2 cows, L7 135s; Mr. b Napt'cie. 15 hull.i.ks, L 21 s 1. Fat Sheep-Supply fl was heavier th: n anticip':te, quality rained from s strec to prime, 1t' including an unusually l:rg;e pro- t p.,rtio of -'-*ýd There wvas a f.ir attendance of " bui?crs, inely ll sheep l looked to disadvantare owin r, to t:he unfiavnratle weather. Pric...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

NEW SOUTH \WAL.S. SYDNEY Juae 14. The Conacil have passed a reslition consurinr Sir Henry Parkes for his letter to the Agen:-Genes al. A lceeting of working men has been held condemning the proposed expendi ture on imnigration. The Government intend to procure an ironclad, and also to carry out Sir William Jervois's recommendations for the defence of the colony.

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FRENCH RACING INTELLIGENCE. PARIS, June 11. GRAND PRIX DE PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

FRENCH RACING INTELLIGENCE. PARIS, June 11. GRAND PRIX DE PARIS. Of 100,000i. (4,000 sous.), added to a sweep .takesofl1,O00f. (4t sovs.) each. For three year-old colts, 8st. 9'b. ; tihies, S.t. 61b. About one uile seven furlongs. 329 subs. Count F. Lagrange's ch c St. Christophe, by Murtimer-S. Soline 1 Count de Juig e's be J ongler, by Mars Jliette ...... 2 Baron ito:ha.child's br c Strachino, by Par umesan-Old Maid .. ... .. 3

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A[?] STORY. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

To Rabbit Carters. R ABBITS purchase 1-if fresh and in good condition, from the Inighbhorh.d of. i Mount Noorat, at present price. (idl er pair. Cash on delivery at the Factory. Hiares purchased. C. AM. FARIRINGTON, Manager -Western Meoat Preserving Comtpany, Colas To Rabbit Trappers. G OOD SOUND RABHBTSPURCIHASED by the undersigned at SIXPENCE PER PAIR. Cash on delivery at Pomber neit. RICHARD LUCAS. June 11th, 1877. Sales by Auetion. SATURDAY, 1l6h JUNE, 1877. Valuable Town Lot. TOWNSHIP OF CAMPERDOWN. TV TILLIAM SCOTT has received in t ¥ structions from Thomas nIath, Esq., of Ceres, Learmouth, to offer for sale by public auction, at the -.,onis, on Saturday, the 16th of June, 1877, a:t 2 o'clock. All that piece of land, being allotment 15 of section 15, township of Camper. down, having a frontage ti, Campbell street, adj ,iiing the taptist Chapel, and containing ONE ROOD, more or less Title-Crown Grant. Terms Cash. FRIDAY, 15th JUNE, 1877. AT THE LEUI:A CT1TIGiN, CAMPE RDO WN. SL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

"lHve o K RE A Mr S ' S " W-,r, htheir eua-li" iVegZeableLifePill s ~? ..t inco!d - - HeaiEn Oinm:nent Ever.-oy'i Chlorody-ne, and "They act =-r:efull f de-- Chlorody ne Cough I ko c are'thtsfacrt LOzenges, ma.1" Prejarel by a tb:ro1:,hly qaliiedi pharrnmaeutis expre:s?y for the Au ntrl-,n cEma:? For r-iaial an i othnr terxnonias sete hazndilts. Hio:oe i Dot o:--. 2 Qn n-sireet, Mlori-en Kieating's Cough Lozcnges, CO'POSEDoi týhe purest ar-iCles These z-renga? V cem- in no opium, nor any ddeterious drcs ti ref-re the mc :t deliscte -n ta kethem with i -lerf cnidence. Their bee~nla! effect is speedy and cer tzta. Thi- ld unfailin fam.ily remedy is daily re"om mer.ed by the most eminent Physticans for the cure o COCCO -S, Ar; c7 = YLATiON 0 -.,l M. COPY OF TETIMONIAL. Mr. T. Kzno.m Idian Med cal S- -nee. Dear Er,-Having tr:d your Lozen:es in India 1 have rmch p'e`- r- in t>tifl: t to thr .enec"al S'an c u n -lcpit -i"; Con .ln"d:tion, A.:hna, and BL'n_-hl?e~nnc iona- I hare prescri...

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THE HAMILTON TRAGEDY. DEATH OF MR. WALPOLE BY A GUN-SHOT WOUND. SATURDAY'S HAMILTON SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

THE HAMILTON TRAGEDY. DEATH OF MR. WALPOLE BY A GUN-SHOT WOUND. SATURDAY'S HAMILTON SPECTATOR. Quite a sensation was produced in Hamil ton on Thursday merning, about 11 o'clock, when a report spread that Mr. John Wal pole, the shire secretary, had been found-in his garden shot through the left breast. At first the statement was scarcely believed, but it proietl,to be too trhte. The deceased hail heh in his hsial state bf health a few minutes previously, talking to the members of his family, and giving directions to a gardener in his employ. Nor was there anything in his demeanour to lead ordinary observers to the supposition that any thing was preying upon his mind. It was knoisn, indeed, that he Was einbarrassed in finan'cial matters, consequent on extensive lawd'speculations in which he had been en. gaged, hut it was also tolerably well known that these difficulties were only temporary, and that the property he had managed to accumulate would leave a large balance when realised up...

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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

i U FRIDA Y, JUNE 15, 1877. THE Camperdown Railway Committee, we believe, is still in existeuce, but it shows no great signs of life. While all other railway committees are in motion, the Camperdown one seems to be taking things easy, and the chances are that this session will be allowed to slip by, as did the last, without anything being done. Ir. JONES was interrogated on the subject when at Terang, and said, that, as only one line had been applied for, which had greater claims than the Camperdown line for insertion in the next railway bill, that would, no doubt, be the case. Yet no meeting of the Rail way Committee has since been held, nor have any steps been taken to force this subject on the attention of the Govern ment, or to further in any way the objects for the promotion of which the Committee was formed. Surely this is not to be traced to the " culpable negli gence of the landowners," of which so much has been said of late, or if so, it must be attributed as much to the cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 June 1877

New Advertisements. WANTED. WANTED- A CHURCH OFFICER for the Presbyterian Church. Cam- perdown. For particulars apply to Mr. TAIT. LOCAL LAND BOARD. NOTICE is hereby given that a LOCAL LAND BOARD will be held at the   Court House, Camperdown, on Thursday, the 21st day of June, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for hearing the following applica- tions under the Land Act, 1869. Applicants should appear personally. SECTION 19. 1. James Boyce, allotment part 4a, section 18, Ecklin, 10oa. 2. James Colcott, allotment part 3B, sec- tion 18, Ecklin, 120a. 3. John Paul, allotment part 3A, section   18, Ecklin, 80a. 4. Robert Mitchell, allotment 83B, Jan- court, 125a 3r. 11p. 5. Thomas Carroll, allotment 82B, Jan-   court, 125a. 3r. 16p. 6. James N. Fletcher, Paaratte, 320a. 7. Wm. J. M'Murray, Paaratte, 300a. 8. George Wiggins, Paaratte, 200a. 9. John James Wiggins, Paaratte, 200a. 10. J. J. Nical, Paaratte. 320a. SECTION 49. 11. Richard Rowlins, Toolioroo...

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LUCAS V. LORD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

LUCAS V. LORD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CIIHRONICLE. Sin,-I notice by a letter of R. Lucas' in your paper that he impugns the correctness of your reporter's account of the case Lucas v. Lord. I send you the memo of Lucas for perusal, and although he states that "neither did I sign any agreement with C. M. Farrington," you will see that such statement goes for what it is worth. In consideration of my faking rabbits from R. Lucas at the early part of the season when there was no other buyer, and the weather was too warm to send the rabbits to a distance, he undertook, as his agreement shows, not to send any rabbits beyond the factory till 1st Octobernext, and undertakes to leave a deposit of £10 as a guarantee. So far, I have not learned that he has broken the letter, but he certainly has broken the spirit of his agreement by daily sending his waggon with rabbits on the road to Geelong to within about a quarter of a mile of the factory, from whence the rabbits are taken to the railway by ...

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PRESENTATION TO THE HON. JOSEPH JONES. WARRNAMBOOL, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

PRESENTATION TO THE HON. r JOSEPH JONES. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPII.) WARRNA31BOOL, June 14. A memento of the commencement of the Warrnambool breakwater, consisting of a massive siver block with pulleys, was this evening presented to the Hon. Joseph Jones by the mayor, on behalf of the shire and borough. Mr. Jones. in acknowledging the present, referred to the claims of the West ern ports as deserving the attention of the Government. He also spoke of the proposed railway in this district. The proposal which he had submitted to his colleagues was that of a line from both "Warrnambool and Belfast, meeting at Koroit; but it had been thought expedient on the ground of expense, to abandon part of the scheme. He quoted statistics of the proposed line from Warrnambol and Belfast to Hawkesdale, and comparing it with the lines approved of by the new Government from Stawell to Horsham, from Dunolly to St. Arnand, t.nd the Goulburn Valley line. He con. aenuded thot in respect of rateable pro pert...

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TERANG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1877. Before F. H. P[?]ckle, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

TERANG POLICE COURT. AMONDAY, JULNE 18, 1S77. Before F. H. Pckle, Esq., P.M. Police v. Taylor.-Permitting drunken and disorderly persons to be on licensed premises. The defendant admitted the charge, and was fined 40s, and 19s costs. Police v. -- Allowing pigs to wander. The defendant admitted the charge, stating that she supported herself and five children, and being out washing on the day in question, left two small children at home, the others hwing gone to school, the pigs, however, "got out on them." As this was her first offence, the magistrate dismissed it, with a caution to the defendant not to let it occur again, at the same time expressing a hope that the children were not damaged by the pig's unruly proceedings. Anderson v. Wright.-Debt. Mr. Picken for complainant, Mr. Knott for defendant. Defendant's solicitor objected to the parti culars supplied, but the objection was over ruled, and a verdict was given for complain ant, with 31s costs. Bolger v. M'Donald.-Settled. M1'...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

SOUTHI AUSTRALLA. ADELAIDE, June 16. The jury in the case of Makely returned a verdict that death was caused under sus picious circumstances, but there was no evidence to show how. The racehorse Sultan was landed at Glenelg from the Travancore, but died soon after. The wheat market is quiet. ADELAIDE, June 15. The R.M.S Travancore did not arrive until noon to-day. She had a dreadfully rough passage, and a heavy sea swept over the steamer, breaking a Lascar's leg. The horse Sultan was very bad. The Travau core sailed for Galle at four o'clock. The schooner Freebridge is a total wreck at Waterloo Bay, near Streaky Bay. no lives are lost. Wheat is quiet at Ts Sd.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

QUEENSLAND. - BRIssAN, June 15. It is understood that official advices have been received that a great decrease in the immigration of Chinese to Queensland may be expected, consequent on the opening of the tea season. The revenue received at Cooktown from Chinese duties, for two days, was £2500. The sickness on the Western Railway is fast disappearing. The Brisbane has been refused pratiqune. She lands her mails and freight here on Monday; and proceeds to Sydney.

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GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

',RAIY, FLOUR:, LSD PROVISION Z5E~.JL 13. Me- r4n Lard and Iinrhe-' report

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 18. r The gold miners off Union and Pine Creek at Port Darwin are starving, and fever is also prevalent amongst them.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY June IS. The hon. William Fairfax's funeral is to take place to-morrow. The Government intend to introduce the black system on the railway on Satur day. Rush had a trial in his new boat to-day, having a very good spin. The driver of Cobb's coach between Orange and Forbes got hushed yesterday. The passengers, including six ladies, had to camp, and all suffered severely f o n the cold. During a heavy gale on the New Zea land coast, the frig Star of the Mersey sauk, at her anchors. The Asesmbly are discussing the Esti mates. The ship Portia has been quarantined, having had small pox on board. She will probably be released in four or five days.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (kUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 18. Sir William Jervois has been appointed GoTernor of South Australia. The steamer Lubra ran on a reef when going into Warrnambool early this morn ing, and had to be beached. She is insured for _£11,000, in several Sydney offices. Sir Williamu Jervois and Colonel Scratchley proceeded to Geelong to day, to inspect the defences of Corio Bay. Petty's new arcade, in Collins-street, is to be commenced at once. The cost is estimated at about £40,000. H.MI.S, Nymphe is hourly expected to arrive here. 7s. 9d. is asked for wheat. A private telegram from London, dated June 15th, says that greasy wool has advanced a penny per lb since ths opening of the sales.

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THE EASTERN WAR. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) THE DAGA PASS. LONDON, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

THE EASTERN WAR. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (axUTKa'B AusTRALIA~N ASOCuITsD PRE?s TLEGORAMS.) THE DAGA PASS. LoNDos, June 15. Suleiman Pacha was reported to have forced the Daga Pass in Asia Minor, but it transpired that after desperate fighting both sides maintained their position with out any decisive result being arrived at.

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