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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

DIED. MANIFOLD.—On the 3rd inst., at his resi- dence Purrumbete, of Pulmonary Apo- plexy, John Manifold, aged sixty-five.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

Drapery . .. - THE BEST PLACI TO PfUCHASI YOUR NEW AND FASHIONABLE I R PERY T ADIES hAND GENTLEME.',- in viteyo wheninBallratto come to S3 to my establishment, or make a Specil Trip in to Purchase your Goods. The saving will be something coniderable. The large place is literally crammed with Cheap Goods. The Largest Stock and the Cheapest in i Ballarat. - h i Flowers and Feather, Eerie Laces, Fancy h Gords in the greatest imaginable variety. N Silk Dress Goods. Costumes from 10 6d, in -slhionable made of Holland and Natty ax Trimming. Stays, Baby Linen, Under- A clothing. Umbrellas in silk from 4s 6d; in zenellsa from 2s 6d (half price). . Mluslin Dresses from 2s lid. L Print-Eicellent Assortment, Cheap. Mohair and Calicos from 3d per yard. The American Calico 36 inches wide, 4s lid per dozen. TAIXornts'SSPATENT- g Suit, complete, 27s 6d. Made to urder, 45s, and higher. 50 different patterns in Fashionabl Plaid Tweeds, so much worn in London just now. I Try T. TAYLOR for your New Cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

I'. W. TAIT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CA MPERI)OW\ . s Open to engagement to take charge of Station Books, etc. FREEIIOLD PRlOPEIRTIES. -TAT I. FERGUSSON has forPRIVATE , SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Elingamite, Jan conrt, Timboon. and Mortlake. Manifold-street. Camperdown. OPPENIIEIMER AND CO., t NERAl MERCEAmS, Importers and Indenters. 9 LIt LE COLIS.S STZZET WEST, MIE.30URNE and 73 Coleman-street, London, EC. SXECUrTE INDENTS (iaoNe or smail) for all kinds of SEUtROPEAN GOODS, and having established agene:es in Paris Vienna Birmingham Lyons Berlin Manchester Bordeaus Leipsic Shefield Rouen Haida (Bohemia) Leeds Nantes Nuremberg Bradford Mulhouse B.sle Nottingham Havre Antwerp Glasgow Marseilles Bruxelles Newcastle Milan Liege Leicester Venice Amsterdam Liverpool Are in a position to execute 11 orders promptly and faithfully, at the VERY LOWEST PRICES, and on MODERATE TERMS. Catalogues and Price Luts of, and information about, all kinds of European good...

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MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MEIBoulnz, January 10. Mern. 3. Goldsbresh and Ca. report: Wool--We catalogued 5073 bales, but we offered only 3400 bales, to a full attendance of the trade, and biddi?s were very, spirited, prices forgreasy rangin from 7d to is ld, the latter quotation being obtained for Mr. James Winter's Toolamba wool A clip from Walbeadire realised 1s Id. Scoured pieces ranging up to Is 6td per lb. At auction and by grivate con tract we have sold during the week 3103bales. Sheep skins-We have sold a fair supply during the week, and obtained the following satisfactory prices. Butchers' skins, from 3s to 5s 3d each; pelts, up to ! Id each;'dry skins, from 3d to 6;d per lb. Hides Prices realised during the week were satisfactory, and the demand is good for superior lots. Ox-hides, brought from 188 to 27s each; cow-hides, 13. 6d to 22? each; Victorian salted. 3jd to 41d per lb ; New Zealand salted, 4d to 5d per lb. Kangaroo Skins The supply coming forward is ...

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INSTALLATION OF THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

IJSTALLATION 1 OF THEf BISHOP OE MIELBOURNE. The Right installation of the Rev. Dr: Moorhouse,Bishop of Melbourne, took place on Thursday in St. Tames Cathedral, West SMelbourne, the services commencing at 11 o'clock. The installation was conducted t in the manner discribed in the papers of f the previous day with great ceremony, and before an immense attenlance. There was a procession of vergers, lay canons, t deacons, priests, priests canons, archdeacons, b the dean, the Bishop of Ballarat, his chap- o lain, the Bishop of Melbourne, the chaplains of the late Bishop, and the Registrar. On (1 taking their places in the church, the Bis hop was seated within the rails of the chancel, with the Archdeacons and canons. The rest of the clergy, the lay canons and the registrar were seateit immediately out- P side the rails. After the reading of the first lesson, the bishop delivered his letters commendatory from the Archbishop f Can- v terbury. The Bishop then made the pre- p scribed decla...

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GEELONG WOOL MARKET. GEELONG, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

GEELONG WOOL MARKET. GEELONG, January 9. fewnrs. George Synuls and Co. report - \We held our ninth sale of the season to-day, when we submitted a catalogue of 937 bales. There was a full attendance of buyers, and brisk competition up to a certaiu point, but we notice a decline of about jd per lb on good crossbred fleece, while inferiorand medium are, if anything, a trifle firmer, owing to the wool Ecortrers and factories being short supplied. Good gre'-y merino fleece is selling fully up to late quota tions, and washed fleece is in brisk demand. We oattined to-day the highest price for the season in the colonies, for this description, namely, 2s 6d for 46 bales hot-water washed fleece, marked TFC, belonging t, T. F. Cumming, Esq., of Stony Point Station, br -ngton. We also obtained 13id for the greasy fleece, 141d for greasy lambs, and 2s 5d for the washed lambs of the same clip. Greasy fleece brought 8d to 13.L per lb, greasy lambs, 74d tolljd ; greasy fleeces, 4l to 10d; grasy loc...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

GEELONG BSATION P IDUCu MARKET .Gnope, Jauuy 10. eases, le r . b mell sad . . ee Wool-The usual attendance of local boay t the dlferent lee, every lot submitted beg we cim petal for. We ofered and soldupwarde olabt e follows :-Greasy fee. 1to ; mbe, to pieces, 3J4to 5id; locks,. 3? bekis-e-We Su 93 lots at undernoted prie, full wootl by the pl to _s8d, ,r Ihb id to bhd; lit s, to I sid p? r b biu. "s ds-al attendanceof buysor, oaopitdem ws fair up to a certain ploint, but we dorot qute any improvement a prices. We old sre, dto td; salted, 3ld to 4Id;.kip, told; call, Sd to yd Tallow--e sold maed t 27; rough fat to lid per lb. GEzusLoG, January 10. Ieasrs1. umklamd tad larness mr rt;- Sheepokin-We offered a large number of skins at our sale to-day to a full attendance of the trak, sad clearedout nearlyevery lot t pricealktsly rug. We obtained up to is for or uttchu 'a kim, sad for sttio skins from 7d to 8d perlb ;the latte fure for ery superior lot wsbd to llid per lb. Wo l-Weold Snu...

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THE DENILIQUIN AND MOAMA RAILWAY. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) SYDNEY, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

THE DENILIQUIN AND JOAMA RAILWAY. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRA . SYDNEY, January 11. The Enginear-in-Chief reports as follows on the Moama and Deniliquin Railway: "Although this line will be perfectly safe for public traffic so long as it is properly maintained, I regret that I am unable to certify that it has been completed to my satisfaction, and for the following reason : "Rails.-The rails wtighing 50lb. to the yard are too light for the heavy rolling stock now running over them. Ballast.-The ballast is not of a quality to merit my approval, and I do not think a good road can be maintained with it during wet weather. " Bridges.-No care appears to have been taken in selecting the timber for the bridges, as may of the beams in almost every struc ture are very much split, and have large dead knots, worm-holes, and gum veins in ihem. The driving of the l ilus has been most erratic. They are leaning in all di. rec": -is, and are rarely driiven throughout any bl,dge at equal di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

New Advertisements. PUBLIC NOTICE. Ceelong Sep and Candle Works, BROUGHAM- PLACE. LATE BAYLDON AND GRAHAM. G T. ROBERTS having purchased the plant and . good-wil of tbi above busines. be epd fully to acquaint STOREEEPERS, WOOLw AUES and Cloth Manufacturers that having egpped the ervices of Mr. Trail, who for maay Jersnhas eoa ducted the manufactesr of the. oep so celebeatt for WOOL-SCOURING, and also the moset durable and economial for household purposes, he is now pe pared to execute any orders he may be favred with. upon the usual terms. Country orders having a satisactory rnferem , will be promptly attended to. N.B-Station Tallow, Batchers? Fst, and Kitchen Grease bought at market pries Observe the ddress G. T. ROBERTS, Sucessor to Bayldon and Graham, GEELONG. January 13th, 1$77. on s. by Valsi na.-. M AC HI NE RY. IRCULAR Saw enche ed oing Machins, 10 hp. Horizontal ig, h p: Portal e Engine, Marticing Macidas, Inh h abck ed Screw Cutting Lathes, 1ibet bd? 12 Inch do. do. Eley's ...

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CAM[?]DOWN POLICE COURT THURSDAY, JANUARY 10TH (Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M.) ILLEGAL DETINTION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

CA3IEHiCWIN T(IlCE CGULj THURSDAY, JANUARY 10TI. (Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., P..) ILLEGAL DETTNTIoN. Thomas Pyers v. WYil aia l Weli Mrr. Pkiken appeared for the defildant. This case was for the illqal detention of a tent belorging to the plkintif. Pyers stated thait le led l]nt the tent to the defendant which Ih had k pt some time. Asked dehfndant for ht ~ tit, and he said he would lying it lh Ie ni the following day, Lut hi;l hlie had faiikd to do. The tent was not ( n ie 1 tmJies, and he did not know where it was. For the defence Webb deposed that he borrowed the tent about the middle of August. On Christmas Day plaintiff asked for the tent, as he said that he wanted it on the following Monday. On Boxing Day at the Cobden racecourse plaintiffagain challenged himuaboutitwhen witness told him that he would bring it home on the following day. Plaintiff re. plied that witness could keep it as he (plaintiff) intended to have a new tent or the worth of one. On the following day (Wednes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

Conveyances.:' ' . .' COBB AND CO.'S WEST TE I GRAPH LI.NE., : DAY COACEBS.* , CAMPERDOWN AND .WJNCHELsi] arrth at Wincbeisea in time to w'ci' _ wty i. train1*svei for GesIong ,3.45 pEW chelsea on arts1 of train bros Geelong at M.l;1.u., du at Colae at tt23IO pm.,dusslutCet `' Colsc to Winhelea' ":. . .:" &' c NIGHTr MAIL Beltat to Geelong via Camp-erdow - - Mail Coaches from Belfast pa through Camper down as.NXdarl Tuaesday, Wednrdaiy, Thwtdpl5a and Fridays at U. p m., rechin, mchelsesi t Osundaly (l pelseosa sa 5 tm., i reraeivi t Comperdown at 11.30 sam. W=ITSi BRANCH LINE TO and HAMILTO -, THIN TO MOUNT GAMBLER AND ADELAIDE vu PENOLA, and all intermdite Poet Towns. Camperdown Ca.tertoa Yallock "Adelaide Warrnmambool olerain .... Belfast Balmoral Mortlake Cavendish' Herham BrnMUiolme caramu d Edeh.op? Bi-gurrT HlEAIDE. . E Co dc l PortlTnd'. Penshurn t NaeeAoortte Hamilton Strathilby? Portland p r Pmure MfORTLAKE TO GEELOtG Via Drlington, bi-weekly, Cobb and Co.'s booking...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

MARKETS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MtLBOUnRE, January 10. Meases. Stratfords Strettle Ce.. repert: Tat Cattle-1,249 head forward, the bulk of w rich were useful quality, but really prime was almost un rapresented. Prices lower than last week's, ant in some instances the decline was fully 10s per head. Beet bullocks brought from L10 10s to L12 10s, good do. from LS 10s to L9. We sold--40 head. Fat Calves-90 yarded, the best of which met with rady sales, second and inferiorquality were alicult to quit. We sold--S. Fat Sheep-Supply asmoiutedtoS.500, among?t which were a large proportion of se ond qualifyeal inferior sorts. Prices ruled about d per heed lower, some lots of second and inferior qudlity being elered out at auction at very low rates. PRime wethm brought from 8s to 9s, best ewes brought Ts 6d, best cross-bred wethera l4s. Fat Lamb-5,06) to hand. Prime sorts brought satisfactory prices, all other descriptions met a dullsale at low rates; inferior almost unsaleable. A few ve...

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The Chronicle. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

SATURDA Y, JAjUARY13, 1877. Ir every candidate for a seat in Parlia. went took the same trouble to ascer tain his chances of success as Mr. Waimox has done, their number would be greatly reduced. That gentleman does not think he could "command a decided majority of votes" at the next election for Belfast, and he has, there fore, intimated to his constituents that he does not intend to offer himself again. Mr. Warxox's motives for this are possibly mixed, and, unconsciously to himself, not precisely those'he states 'the -extinction of the electorate'" by the new Electoral Act, or the oooclu sion he has arrived at by "a careful analysis of the rolls," that "thiecoa stituency is not merely different, but opposite" to what rit formerly was. But whatever his motives,, his example might be safely and appropriately folo lowed by others-by Mr. Losxaoio in particnlar-and the announcement of that fact would, we believe, be received with very different :feelings in. Ripon and Hampden from .tho...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 January 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 12. Parliament has been further prorogued till March 23rd. The ship Robert Lee has been passed by the health oflicer. The Herschel has arrived from Ham- burg with 273 immnigrants.

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THE GERM THEORY OF DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877

THE GERk TIIEORY OF DISEASE. t *--4- t Scientists are continually pushing their investigations deeper and deeper into the P secret recesses of nature in search of the n cause of various diseases, the origin of which i° has so long remained a mystery to man. c The more thorough their investigations, the r nmore apparent it becomes that nearly all d diseases of animals and plants, arise from a some kind of a parasite. These may belong v to the animal or vtgetable kingdom, but in a majority of instances they are so minute , that it is d;flicult to learn much of their nature, or the c inditions under which they deelope and multip'y. It has long been held by some of our tl scientists that fevers of various kinds are p caused by the presence of some minute para- tl s;tic fungus, which has been absorbed by the system, either from the air or food. E Fever and ague are probably caused by one C species, typhoid fever by another, and ellow fever by still another, and so on through the T entire...

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SALE OF THE CAMPBELLFIELD SHORTHORNS. SATURDAYS ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877

SALE O .TnIIE CAMIPBEFLLILD SHORTOR?1RNS. A RDA ARGUS. This was a cleading.out ilie, iecssi*aldti by the death of the late Mr. WVm: Mt'Leati, who ccmmenced the formation of a shorthorn herd by purchasing at one of the annual sales of Messrs. Ribeatsoh Biothers, of Colae; about two years ago, a few choice females, to whirh he added subsequent putchase, chiefly from the saine source. The sire in use wasMatilda's Baron; 22 months old, the offspring'of that reiiiakable coi~, the iina ported Mitilda; by Fardti Aconite 2nd (30,489), ohe of the purest Bates bulls exsitent. Matilda's Baron, is nearly related to Mlatilda's "'mndaon, the bull recently pur chased by the lion. Niel Black, for service in his stud herd at Mount Noorat, He was the first lot on the catalogue, and was the first to enter the ring. Mr. Charles Lynott, who, as usual, cffieiated for Messrs. Richard Gibson and Co, mounted the rostrum shortly before l o'clock, after the iisitors had been tieated.to a sumptious lunchon isn...

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INSURE YOUR PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877

INSURE YOUR PROPERTY. Farmers as a class are inclined to under- 1 value the importance of insurancef and to place it in the category of dispensable luxuries. Yet there is scarcely another class sa much at the mercy of the careless or malignant incendiary, or for which there are so, few and effective preventive remedies. Few people inl large cities remain uinsured a single day, though they have the protec tion of a vigilant anid effective firedepartment to check the conflagrations before they ob tain much betdlway, and it seems singular that intelligent farmers neglect or omit to keep all their property covered by insur ance, when they have so much to lose by a careless spark. It will not do for them to measure their faith by the changes of fire from within, and of their own causing. They are too honest to burn their property for the sake of the insurance, and are as careful as other people in the use of inflam imables. The insurance companies fully understaud that the "moral hazard"...

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MELBOURNE NEWS AND GOSSIP. Melbourne, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877

MELBOURNE N EWS AND GOSSIP. (FROM OUR OWNO CORRESPONDEYT.) Melbourne, January 13. "The straw is moving." All the rata are coming out. This week there has been a perfect swarm of them. Their name is "Legion," and they are very lean and hungry. If things go on as at present, we shall be devoured of them. A list of the names of the "Jeremy Diddlers," now figur ing as candidates for seats- in Parliament, vaulid fill the sheet on Which I Write. Yo~ will find theit in the papeis, and thebr arb; for the most part, those of men not able to earn their living in any other way, but wanting, for the sake of the £300 a year at *.*..." .Ue u oJMce or leglslator, to be e11 trusted with the management of the affairs of the nation. With such a ragged regi ltentit Falstaff would never have marched throttgh Coventry, and there is no other way in tAhich sitch people can be ' choked" off at the forthcoming, or. at any futue elec tipons, except b' stopping thesalatidin. Pay iuent of ineinbeis has been on...

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FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877

FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. Breadstuffs are attracting more attention, but the paucity of supplies retrads operations in the market, and we are in consequence without any special sales to report, though a good demand for trade purposes is maintained. The scarcity experienced, however, is likely to be only temporary, as advices have already been received of considerable parcels coming forward. Meantime sales of flour are making at L1210s, but we learn that as imuch as L13 is asked for prime old. Wheat is much wanted, and 5s Sd to 5s 9d could be got readily enough for prime samples. Oats are in proving, and up to 3s 5d can be obtained for fine milling. We hear of 750 bags New Zealand having been quitted at 3s to 3s Id in bond. Maize is advanc ing; sales have been made at 3s Sd, and we cannot now quote under 3s Sd to 3s ed.-Argus. GEELONG, SARDant. iHay continues to show firmness in price. The clos ing market quotations for the different products mentioned...

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CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN V. WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877

CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN V. WAIPIrNAiAI1001. The first match t'Li season between the Camperdown and Warrnambool Clubs, came off on the Camperdown gro!und on Saturday last. During The day the weather was beautiful and considerable interest was manifested in the match by the good number of spectators p esent. The Warrnambool men went first to the wickets. and were all out f,:r f5 runs of which number Varey ab; taiiled 19 by very streaky cricket. laii. fai's 13, however, hais ?ltained by carefii and nice play, HlIIry did the most execu. tion securing 5 wickets for 31 runs. Bramley also bowled splendidly and though not quite so successful, he secured , ;o . wickets, and only 15 runs were made otf him, The Camperdown expected eiasily to totj the scoire, but at one titie the gains seehled to be altogether 1 st to them, 7 wickets bein" down for 25 runs. Henry and D11Donald were the first to represeht Catniperdr,n? anbd after 9 riuns had been inade, Henry I, given out 1b iv to Murray, IM `Donald...

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