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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE FRENCH REPUBLICANS. LONDON, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE FRENCH REPUBLICANS. LONDON June 17. A message has been sent by the Mar shal-President MacMahon to the Senates asking their assent to dissolve because the Government is unable to exist itlift the present Chamber. of. Deputties witho it sutbmitt.iig to the Riidicals aiid paiving the latter's way to power. The message has been referred to a committee.

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 10S7 FRO3M ENLUN.~yn Leaves London Leaves Lond o' Arriev Ficr SaltuuthantjrtonVia Brindisi. it Mfelbourne. lantuary . 11 Januaty .W JM trel " 6 F ,bnruiry S February. 16 Alpril M irc& . . S 3rch . l ar y 1 A~i . 5 April ai . . Mi 3 Mar I ah .. Ir 31 .Iu!IC1`· JSta . 31 iIc 'uphul)'r 1I 1u :t at.. _ I .1±r t Sept Auvr iiIS Anuu . . 3 . :n t 3 tkui r 11: ýCrpti~alir -II lctci'ii Nueuiri 1 t Is , l j Sri lr l~eltnb · 11 .,Ztce.tliil· 1 e February . Feoit VI~iuttl.A. Inue Marh 1'2 Mairc Friirvr April t April Marl . ° i M 1 April . . . 1 1 e l . J.. u 31:ar . 1 .l a doh l0 . t:,_+t -7e lcr Sipteutile r Uctoblcr. . -1 S\ucer' lter 19 NovSoember Noivemblier 1 Dciullri ir7 lieelnber November . _3 ranary,. 11I Jannuar, 877 Cl Deceuliber 7 Febnrary i I lFebruary . 1S

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, Juine 20. £ttershaik Eaglestone and Mann report: -Fat Cattle--l1,110 head came forward, only a small number of which were good to prime quality; the balance chiefly middling to second quality beef. Prices for good and prime pens reliUed an advance of from l0s to 153 per head on last week's rates, middling and inferior brought about late rates. Prime pens bullocks brought from Li2 10s to L1t; good do, from L9 to Ltl ; middling and inferior, from L7 103 up wards; prime pens cows brought from LS 10s to L9 15s. We have sold 110 head of cows and bullocks, light weights, at an average of L7 5s 5d for the former and LS 19S 9d for the latter. Fat Sheep- The supply yarded amounted to 15,500, only a small proportion of which were guod and prime quality; this description were in brisk demand, and the priced realised ehowan advance of fully It per head on late quotations on some very prime lots of crossbreds. Prime crossbred wethcrs brought from Si~ to 2s...

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THE FRENCH MINISTRY. LONDON, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

TIHiE FIRENdLI MINISTRY, LosR ii, Juno 20. The Ihic de baies, }.t thirwfiii Gam lti'tchirge, r to li Ministry being suspected abroad, read a dispatch showing the excellent relations in which they stood with Italy andfC ermiany.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. NEW BURIAL BILL. LONDON, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECt BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. RECTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AIUS TRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LONDON, JUthe 20. The House of Lords has voted an amendment to the Burial. Bill, entitling dissnPters to choose their own fnrm of ssi vkal,: E

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TURKISH REINFORCEMENTS IN ASIA. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

TURKISH RENTORCEMENTS IN LtoDoN, June 18. The army of Ahmed Mukhtar Pasha in Asia Minor has beenreinforced by twenty four battalions.

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THE EGYPTIAN CONTINGENT. LONDON, June 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

THE EGYPTIAN CONTINGENT. LoNDON, June 18. The Egyptian contingent has arrived at Stamboul.

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OPERATIONS IN ASIA. LONDON, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

tbWEltATtidS IN ASIA. S?Isos, June 17. The rtirkish right Oing iii Asia Minor has taken th'e ffetisire; Mukhtar Ptish, is strongly eiitrenched at Zaiti, to the northward of Kars, and his right wing confronts the Russian left wing at Alaschgerd. The Turks at Olti are advancing on Panak...", The Turks crossed the Kodor, in tAbkasia, near Sukhum Kali, and defeated the Co3sack; The repeated attacks of the Russians on Kars have been repulsed..

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DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS. LONDON, June 18 (LATER). [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS. ,'Lori"ýiind:8 (tLrki). A desilatcl ioni Ahtii- d ?lukhtar Pasha States that the Russians have been de feated at Alaschgerd, after severe fight ing. There is no news from the Danube, It is semi-officially stated at St. Peters burg that mediation is ihiipssible; and that it has not beein proposed.

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CAMPERDOWN RAILWAY EXTENSION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

CAMPERDO WYV RAIL WIlA Y EXTEX- ' SION COMMITTEE. A leetltig ofdt. the CauiperdoWih Railway Eittiisiti Cottitniitteewas held in the Shire Hall, dii Wednesd?y last, at which the fol lowiig members were present :--Messrs P. M'Arthur, W. Scott, J. M'Crae I)P. 3Mac kinnon, W. M. Fergusson,'J. Peeblcs,(holto. vary treasurer), J. Walls, J. Dodds, S. RIeid, W, Ower, J, Allen, R D;I Scott, and the honorary secretary, Mr. D Hamiltoil, Peter M'Ahtthr Eit d~.i., W#i called to the chair on thr motion of Daniel Mackinnon Esq., J. P;, seconded by John Wills; J.P., and the minaltes off the last mieeting wete read and conhrrmed. n thet motion of W. M. Seigilsson, Esq., seconded by James M'Crae Esq., Messrs. William and Thomas Down were added to the committee. The bvsiness for which the meeting had been specially called, was to see what could be done towards getting the Camperdown Extension Line inserted in the next Railway Bill, was then proceeded with. Mr. W. W. Fergusson moved, and Mr. Peebles se...

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THE RABBIT QUESTION AT NOORAT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

•'I NABBI' QUESTIOAN AT NOORAT. A meeting of landowners in the neighbor hood of ,Mount Nooratswas,held on:Tuesday lasht u li top's, Hotel, to cotsidsr lhe ( herioits incteab Ob rablbits in thb distFct, and to devise means to utilise or send to market the large numbers which are now being destroyed. Hitherto, owing to the want of a local demand and the distance from the fiito'y at Colac, tMb1its havae been simply treated as veimin aid no return has j been ~af froin the many thoisainds that 1 have been alaightered. .It is becoming ,t. phrent ho.iever, that if this state of things is to continue, not only will a heavy tax be imposed on proprietors, but a large quantity r of animal food will be wasted which is highly prized wherever it is not abundant, It was chiefly with a view to bring the disttrit within the tang~ of the ?haiktt that this nieetr ing as ,held. Tlie follbovin? gentleiren,i? er present :--Ifi6 Niel hlack (in t?e chair). Messrs. J. Thomson, Murdoch M'Donald, A. e K. Finl...

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RAILWAY EXTENSION IN THE WESTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

RAIL WA Y EXTENSION IN TH~E WESTERN DISTRICT. A larg iºd =iflru,4ptil lutation, in. r augaurated by t !tii das anAr Vilieri Rail. Sway Association,, waited, on the Comnmis sionor of Railways yesterday to advocate Sthe eohsttiictioi, bf a line starting simul taneously froffi Wirthainbool ad Belfast, and proceeding ria Koroit to a±iilfoh Mihd thence to Coleraine and Apsley. The fol lowing members of.Parliament were present : -The Hon. R. Simson, M.L.C., Sir Samuel Wilsolh l; L:.4 Sir Jamues M 'Culloch, Sir John O.'Shaihtsh;: the t oh; )1' Btils and J. A. 1hepherbih siri } Mr: Dricytr 31 L .A. The following local bodies 'v·rs repttshnt~fd -Port Fairy Railway League, IHamlton Railway League ; the Boroughsof Warrnam bool, Belfast, Koroit, and Hamilton; and shites qf ,Warrnambool, Wannon, Mount Roitse B.elfst Mdti btidas,. Mr. 'r'tion, ex-M.L.A. *ab hlsbs iinttifl8aticb. Mr. Bayles, in introducing te6e akibtatoi , said that information of the most overwhelm. ing nature respecting the line...

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THE EASTERN WAR. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MONTENEGRIN SUCCESSES. LONDON, June 18 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

TilE EASTER WiAR; (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (REUTER'S AtJSTRAiIA` ,.ASSOCIATED PRESS MONTENEGRIN SUCCESSES. LoNDon June 18 1Nicksi has beeli re-victualeA, and tht 1otitehegriiis atihollnee. that Mehemnod Pasha has betn cbinpeiled to tetirej leaving 2000 dead on the field;

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

TIHE TERANG BAKERY. TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE CHRONICLE. Sir-The good housewives and families of Terang were put sadly about one tine morn ing last wsek, when" seated at their break. fast tables, to find their day's supply of bread was cut off, owing to Mr. Taylor having suddenly and unexpectedly relin quished the baking business, not merely suspended it, under pecuniary circumstances, but the contrary. The presumption of his retiring on the profits acquired in the course of a few years, and his time being so en grobsed in his extensive building business. A rare and fine opportunity now presents itself for a respectable, steady, proficient baker to realise a remunerative, if not exten sive business, particularly if tolerably well up in the small goods and confectionery line, there being at present no baker within 14 and 30 miles of the place--say between Cam. perdewn and Warrnambool-a circumstance almost unprecedented in the settled, and in any way populated district, of the colony. If ...

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PRINCETOWN ROAD TO CAPE OTWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

PRiCKETOWN iW1 ROAD TO CAPE OTWA FY. At the conclusion of the Railway meeting on Wednesday, Mr. John Walls thought that as good a time as any for bringing under n,tice a subject which had recently been ventilated by means of a letter in the papers, the formation of a new line of road from the Princetown road in the direction of Cape Otway. He need not go into the details of this proposal, as they had already been placed" so fully before the public, but as a deputation was going to town, he thought the gentlemen, of whom it was composed, might bring this matter under the notice of the Government with advantage, and if that was done, he had little doubt of the work being undertaken. It had been ascertained that £500 would be ample for the purpose re quired, and the Government might be asked by the deputation to place that sam on the estimates. Mr. Mackinnon had read with much interest what had appeared in The Chroncle on this subject, and.he was in every way inclined to support the pr...

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

8Secial Adt ehdtikkent$. Moeney to Lend. £100 A0OoTOLEND at6PERCENT tllV UVV on good security. R. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colac. GEOfkt E8fSO%, CREMI8T; (Successor tb W. ]i il ), Supplies- . Station medicine chests andtsundries 1Halford's snake-bite syringes Af# and water beds, cushions, &c. ruriElglttsh Strychnine, Prescriptions and re?t?pe forwarded by return post. COLLINS-STREET EAST, MELBOURNE BARKLY lIOUSE 4 A. PATOi , FAMILY DRAPER, MOORABOQL .STREET, OBELtOitO. Druma I decited is first class style. TaIGring at lowest prices, fit guaranteed. I MEN' ANi BOeS' CLOTrINS, : CARPETS, MATTINGS, & FLOORCLOTHS. , S G .EELONG. POLWARTl I & 8OU'l1H ,RENVIILE tic?1tu?al Sdoie.ty THE ANNUALt STOCK EXHIBITION, In connection with the above Society, OF Cattle, Sheep, Horses, Pigs, and Poultry, Will be held in the Society's Grounds Colac, o` THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 47. B. N. BUTCHER, Secretary. to Rabbit Tri?pprs5. l OOD SOUND RABBITS PURCHASED 2 by the undersigned at SIXPE...

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WARRNAMBOOL. WARRNAMBOOL, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

WAR -ANBooL, June 19. .(EROM OUR O?N CORRESPONDERT). There are alwaya two sides, to a question. The folloiviiig expirite remarks appear in last Saturday's Ape :-" Our, Koroit correspon dent redently telegi'phed thit thb lessees of the potato land on the Farnhamin special survey had been called upon to sign an agree ment compelling them to pay a special tax to the proprietors in the view of the imposi tion of Mr. Be:ry's landstax." The Colac Herald, quoting tihe statementl writes upon p it as follows :--" As the history of this n, potato land may not be known to our readers, we will place before them a few in conttocErtible facts. The late William .tinledge sotti y h ais .ig pirchlsed from the e Grown ai Ipeaidl lurvey of ,000 pires which lies at the-foot of the celebrated To Aer Hill; and is partly in the Belfast and partly in the Warnamibuol Shire. The land is excep tionally good, and is known throughout Victoria for the abundance of the potato crop i hich it yields. As ah indicati...

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

THE LAYD jVKERS OF PICTOlIA. TO THE EDITOR A. TIR CIIRONIC-. Sir- In looking through your columns, I see a letterwrittea.by .Mr., Shaw in answer t an".articlewhih appeared in, the Argus a few dayse ,?a Idid' no read ;the Arg,, and I can, -therefbre, 6hly jhidib of the article by Mr. Shaw's reply. What the Argu. appears to have said, however, on Mr. Berry's pblicy,i oil the proposed land tax,, and ;the, monopoly of the large land ia'he,, the insaý'in p~rtiunlar5 deems dread hfuilly Hli't'6 i f, iif- I diti buly ii iciridn, and, conSbeoieii{ly; iiiio siipadtl to kiiow much aboiitijblitfc. itiliedt in must bisfess I know nothing about such very dry sub jtcts. I can only form my opinions of such sabjects by listenizg to the arguments of the .trer- sesthe lords of creation, and I thiihk hnail a l iv l istis ha?e bone or nmoe of these iTidr df cihtibhi; iii the hape if hiisbinds; bbhtthrS) lobver; or friends, to whom they can look up to for words of wisdom. I must admit that, after hearin...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1877 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

LOCAL LAdYD BOARD. TItEsDXAY, J-?v. 21, 1877 The usual monthly Local Land Basd wia held on the above date in the C'ourt ilcsc, Camperdown, before F. H. Puckle, l;-q., chairman, and C. Megson, Esq., Actn',: Dil. trict Surveyor. The following aljphc1ltion for land were dealt with: sECTION 11). James Boyce applied for 100a. 4p. allt ment part 4 A and B, section l3, o?t ish of Ecklin. No objections being receivvd, the application was granted. James Collcot applied for 120x. allotment pact 3B., section 1I, parish df Ecklia: B eccoumended. John Paul applied for SOa, allotment part 3A, section 15 parish of Ecklin :-No obtc. Lions, recommended. Robert Mitchell put in an application fr 125a 3r lip, allotment S3A parish of Jan court. In this case Mr. Daskein, on f'ehall of the Shire of Hampden, applied that a surveyed road passing through the .allot ment might be excised. The appliý.ant, however, was unwilling to take the lani on these terms, and a.ked that his application might be held ever ...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

EARLIER INTELLIUENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNaY, June 20. Another scene occurred between Mr. M'Elhone and Mr. Dibbs, in the Assembly to-night, having reference to the former's charge against the latter. Mr. Dibbs pointed to public documonts in refutation of the charge against him, and said that if Mr. M'Elhone refused to retract, hestoodbranded as a liar, a scoundrel and a villain. Mr. M'Elhone reiterated the charge, and the matter ended by his challenging Mr. Dibbq to come outside, and the Speaker interfering. An inquiry into the loss of the Sylphide was commenced to-day. Serious altercations have occurred at Euroka station, owing to the non-procla mation of a road, and the consequent forcible stoppage of traffic by the station people Sales of best flour have been made at £18 10s. SYDNEY, June 19. The hon. John Fairfax's funeral to-day was largely attended. After an impressive service at the Pitt-street Congregational Church, by the Rev. Dr. Jefferis, the cortege started shortly befo...

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