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FRIGHTFUL MINING ACCIDENT. STAWELL, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

FRIGHTFUL MINING ACCIDENT. (By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) STAWELL, June 15. A fatal mining accident occured this after- noon. At a change of shift, Mr. James Grainger, who contested the late Stawell election with Mr. John Woods, was being brought up a shaft from a tribute he was working, bringing with him a pick. During the ascent the pick must have caught the side of the shaft and have thrown Grange off the rope, he falling perpendicularly about 150 feet, and a further depth of 220 feet down an incline. When brought to the surface he was quite dead and so maimed that he was unrecognisable. There was another man on the rope above Granger at the time of the accident, who felt the rope slacken, and heard Granger exclaim, " Oh, my !" but was unable to do anything till he reached the surface.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGECE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 16. The hon. John Fairfax, M.L.C., died this morning. Early this morning the Steamer Ballina came into collision with and sank the barque Sylphide, from Portland Bay to Sydney, with a cargo of bark, half a mile south of Long Reef. All on board were saved. The Ballina struck the Sylphide on the starboard aide, cutting her down on the water's edge. The master and chief officer of the Sylphide jumped on board the steamer, and the rest of the crew were saved by the Ballina's boat. The vessel went down in half-an-hour after being struck. The annual commemoration of the Univer sity was held to-day. A large anti-immigration meeting was hold to-day, at Newcastle, when resolutions were passed condemning the present system of immigration, and in favor of the formation of a labor league all over the colony. The schooner Princess Louise, from the Coral Sea to Sydney, has anchored at Port Macquarie with her mainmast sprung, and short of provisio...

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MELBOURNE, Saturday June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

Special Advertisements. MEDICAL NOTICE. R. PETTIGREV?l Eintmaes that he will vei Cub en evert Tuesdav mornain, :ad will reeive parients at Mr. Brown's. Chemist, from half-pas: ten to welve o'clock. Notice. SfR. PICK\E, Solicitor. Camperdown, Swill in future attend at TERANG on Court days. and can be consulted at the Commercial Ho:el FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. W L 'FERGUSSON has for PRIVATE SSALE freehold properties in the parihes of Colncgahc, Elinzamite, Jan court, Timoo:,n, an?i Mortlake. Manifold-Street Camperdown. If. W. TAIT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Money to Lend. S10 ý0A TOLENDat 6PER CENT - UVV on good secunrit'y. R. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colac. Special Advertisements. 1REIPSIDE HOUSE, GEELONG. SIC AUTUMN A\D WINTER GOODS. J. 3M. TULLOCH! Hao =z:'-- by Tr i;:T Tri;al. 's . i re7-7 iL of 37 P-ACKAGES, SCotaiaing HIS FIRST IMPiORTATI'!N FOR THE S - 1;, ,JY WINTER GOODS. :_-<.-;e :Z Pi.fr i h E?.y D, :<'ipt.i. of D o PLAIN AND FANCY DRAPERY, MILLIN...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

TUE-SDA , JUNE + 5,9. ~-- -- + THE arrival of Shir WILL Jz rJnEvoIs and Colonel ScP.RACHLEY puts an end to all the apprehensions that some well meaning persons have felt, respecting a possible invasion of our territory- by a foreign foe. We must admit that we never much shared those apprehensions ourselves. To us it seemed that the danger which, in the eves of many, was so near and threatening. hardly eiisted at all. In this age of the world's his tory, when civilisation and colonisa tion have made such enormous strides, the probability of a predatory descent being made by a hostile power, on a peaceable and remote colony like our own is very small indeed. Such an act, if perpetrated, would be a crime against all the laws of humanri., even if it might be technically justified by the law of nations. But this latter point is doubtfu. Learned jurists are by no means agreed upon it. The truth is. the code of international law was framed centuries ao, before the modern system of colonisa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

Literature. THE With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" Is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EvEET TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR TIHE EARLY MAILS, AT TaE OFFICB, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. ScascarTPios Per quarter. ...... . 6 ed.6 posted .. .. .. 7e. Od Subscribers can only discontinne at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears AoDBaTIshso- Ordinary Advertisements, per inch ... 3s Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 1U 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.dV,on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS Melbourne . .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat . Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac .. . Mr. W. J. Green Pirronya...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

S 13. Mr. i- KmrsN ,. rrtmd a#~n!I a. report fr- - 4i T 13 .,Joh qa. rou~arfT and to. B . L·;"; ·.r ·- LZ ~ k.~ts· F-- ; dc

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

An extraordinary story comes from Lismore, on the Richmond River, New South Wales. Some blacks, says the Mac. leay Herald, were camped neor, and on go ing abroad left a piccanuiny asleep in the care. On returning they missed the child, and on making search discovered him at some yards distant, swallowed by a huge snake, all but the feet, which were 1irotrud. ing from the jaws of the nionster, The snake measured over 14 feet in length, and ti was of exceptionally large girth. The samne d corresponhent mentions another monster s snake, which entwined itself around a bul. -" lock, depriving him of the power of motion. In this position he was despatched, and was found to measurs 19 feet in length. OXYTGENS IS LIFE.- DR. BilH;[iT'I 8l11lti01O DYNE.--3ULTITUDES OF LPEUPLE are hopelels y sufferlng from Debility, Nervous and Liver Com plints, Depression of Spirits, i iipochndri:a, Timidity, Indigestion, Failure ofi lcarin. ; ht, and Memory, Lassitude, Want of P'iw'r, ,\r., \\i he cases admi...

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WAR NEWS. WELLINGTON, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 19 June 1877

WAi L NEWS. TWELLINGTON, June 16. The Russian attacking force at Ardahan numbered 8,000 besides several thousand in front of the town. During the Turkish flight the Russian cavalry inflicted a loss of 700. Fifteen thousand Bashi Bazouks aud Kurds moved northwards from Lake Van to join the Russian forces at Korakalis. The Russian advance in Asia has been delayed owing to the difficulty of obtaining provisions in Armenia. In the attack on Batoum, the Turks defeated the Russians with the loss of 4,000 men. The Turks were entrenched on the heights defending the town, with a fleet outside. As the Russians advanced to the attack, the Turks moived them down by hundreds with cannon and musketry. A soi-tie of the Turks, under cover of a thick forest, outflanked the Rus sians, and inficted aserious defeat. The cour. age of the Bashi Bazounks has been highly ex. tolled. The Russians, who did not with draw till-midnight, lost several cannon. A Russian war steamer ran the gauntlet of Sebastopol,...

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COBDEN LARRIKINISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

To THE EDITOR OE THE CHRONICLE. Sir,-I take the liberty to write to inform you on my own behalf, and on that of the inhabitants of Cobden generally, a few of the annoyances to which respectable people here are often subjected. Sir, one would scarcely beliesve on first entering Cobdlen and behold. ing the quietness that reigns there in the daytime, that such a thiihg as larrikinism ouild tind a place in it. Yet I assure you I have never witnessed greater ruffianism in large cities either in the colonies or at home. There have been several weddings here within the last few months, and the scenes of foul blackguardism witnessed in the streets on th?ee occasions I am quite sure hare no parallel except in the lowest back slums of Melbourne. Not merely satisfied with tin kettling, howling, he., they call out the inames of respectable quiet people-very often that of a lady-who happens to be at an evening party; use all sorts of disgusting language, which it is almost impossible not to hear...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

u'1)rUi AUsTiULUIU - ,ADSu.Ainn, ne12 STo.day has been obsere as a publichp1 day, and there, has been no busine doed Th fo6llow i,,i is ]$st of the assng? hoard the ltrjy Sm tih, wrek ed at lbrda :--Mrs. Davidson and three child,?, Mrs. Tobitt and child, Mr. and Mr.' son, Miss and,,Master Simpson, Mr. Miller John Stad,. wife and two children; V ', thish, Thos, Mln , :'hos, Utregg l ' Westots and chil , Harriet Veel, Joshua barn*ell and David Finlay,. A laye sale of wheat was made yesterday The brig Edith Haviland, en route for Sydney, was wrecked at Carpenter's kel this morning. The master, the two matea and six men are on board. The ma0 er wife atnl0 three Children. atesloa. . A s il naiiied Adams itached the beach, and or, tiiuifiicated thil ficts..of the isreek. Tie steamier Claud Hamilton has gone to her assistance. The Edith lHaviland has 34S tons of flour and other produce on boar. Captain Roddy was the master. ADELAI)DE, Juue 19, Th6 Advertser libel case is lixed for £ý morro...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

GEELONG LIVE STOCK IARKIET. GEELONG, June 1S. Messrs. Buckland and Burnett report: Fat Cattle-A short supply and prices 20s a head higher than lTnt week. We sold 35 prime quality medium-seight bullocks, at up to £14 2s Gd. Fat Sheep-Good sheep were in demand at prices fully up to last week's rates. We sold 213 prime quality sheep, at lls Gd fur merino ewes and 27s for cross - bred wethers; andt 336 medium to good quality ewes and wethers, at prices ranging from Si to 18s. Total, 649. Fat Lambs- None yarded. A few good lambs saleable at full rates. Fat Calves-Good calves still very saleable. Store Stock-We sold in the yards : 5 cows with calves at foot, at from L4 Ts Od to L5 17s Gd, and 22 head of young cattle at 3~5. No transactions In sheep to report. GEELOSO, June 1S. - Messrs. Richard Mellish and Co. report: Fat Cattle-In consequence of the scarcity competi tion was keen, and prices ranged to 35s per 100lbs, in some cases more. Fat Calves-Very few in, best mnaking satisfactory p...

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. M1E.LBOUR.E, Juue 20. Mesun. . 5. Curtain anud Co. report: Since our last report of market transactions a y.ry appreciable decline has been experienced in c6rtain directions, attributable, in all instances, to the un sbttled state of affairs in 5ngiand, and the consetuent impression impression made upon local buylers whenever outside ihtluenlces take a threatening tuit. We have, nevertheless, to record excellent attendances at our sales and a fair spirit of competition, consideiing the general depression. We quote sheepskins, of which we have sold a considertabl quantity, as follows : Green skins, front 35s d to 65 931; a better tone than last week's prevailsin this line ; dry, skins, from 5d to 6i.d per lb. Ilides--We have dispa?etl of a latrue itnumber at current rates, which show a i1 re I fall, a.- f llow: ox-hides green,24s to 42s l ; s:.tati, a idl to 4"Id per lb. Kangaro? skins have :t dlal c-,upeti tian irom 9d to 121 per lb. Tallow ha- -a;t...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA' ADELAIDE, June 21. The South Adustralian Register publishes this morning a letter from their special correspondent from the seat of war in Europe. No further news has yet been received of the Edith Haviland. The first instalment of Martini rifles were received in the Bangalore for the volunteers.

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

GEELONG STATION PIlRODUCE dAI{RKI " GEELOyM, Ju? e 19. Ileasrs. George Ssynno and Co report: Sheepskins We had an extra large supply to-day, about 6000 skins. There was a large attendance of buyers, and competition brisk. We cleared nearly all out, with the exception of a few lots too highly re served, at the following prices :- Best butchers' skins, from 36d to 68d each; medium ditto, filfi 26d to 32d; lambhskins, from 25d to 40d: station 'skins, trim 3d to 6;d. Ilides--We offered about 300, to the usual attendance of buyers, but biddings were very quiet, and we bad to submit to a decline of I per pound in order to effect sales. Tallow-We offered only station lots to-lay, rendered fat bring;ing to 31d per pound, and rough fat to 21d per pound. GEELONG, June 19. NMesrs. Richard Melllsh and'Co. refort: Sheepskins-There was- a large attefdance of local and metropolitan buyers present. and, notwithstand ing a fair competition, prices were, if anything, easier than last week's. We offer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

2pecial Advertisements. BRISCOE AND CO., WEOLESbLE ODNMO1?GERS 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOTURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT REDUCTION Previous to re-building. T. HANCOCK, Solicitor, Proctor, and Covoeyancer MURRAY-STREET, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. New Advertisements. WANTED. W ANTED A GOOD GENERAL SER V VANT. Apply to MRS. PICKEN, Camperdown. WANTED. W; ANTED MEN to fill and wheel metal on Camperdown and Teranug road, between 7 and S mile posts. JAMES MALONE, Contractor. ELECTORAL NOTICE. rHE SUPPLEMENTARY LISTS for the _ Camperdown and Lismore divisions of Ripon and Hampden, for the Logislative Assembly, are now in my possession, and may be inspected by any persons interested therein. ANDREW WALLS, Electoral Registrar. IMPOUNDINGS. IMPOUNDED at Camperdown on the 21st June, 1877, by George Hamilton. 1 White Cow, H1 ever semi-circle on near rump, top off near ear. 1 Red and White Cow, TM near ...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

A USTRALIAAN TELEGRAMS. (ICSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGUAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. iELBOt~rNE, JUne . - overnor Jervoise and party are at.pre int visiting Western Port and Phillip Island. The Governor landed at Cowes, where he had a day's shooting. The party will probably return overland to-morrow. A church parade of all the volunteers is to take place on Suiiday; when the Bishop will be asked to preach. The late hon. Edward Cohen's will was proved to-day ,t £59,000. A meeting of the craditora of Armstrong fBlothers, Ballarat, has been called. The Cabinet are at present considerirg he best direct route for connecting the Gippsland railway with Melbourne. A deputation waited on the Minister of Railways to-day, and asked for railway extension to Swan Hill. Mr. Woods promised a preliminary survey. A miner, named Patteison, was killed this morning in the Ulster Co.; Sandhitrst. The coursing for the West Bourke plate commenced to-day at Sunbury, but tlh? weather was very unfavorable.

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