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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

FRIDAY, JUiE ;, 1877. IF the State takes upon itself to edu cate every child in the colony, we do not see where it is to stop short of the requirements of those to be taught, both as to age, and as to the range of subjects. We do not see why it should not, logically speaking, take upon it self the education of students at the Melbourne University in all the higher branches, as well as the education of all pupils in our National schools in the lower. But we have never hold, as some pertinaciously hold, that the State is bound to educate every child, or to insist upon its being educated up to a certain standard, or up to a certain age, whether its parents are able to pay for its education or not. And we are, therefore, unable to join with some in the protest they now enter against provision being made for the highest education attainable in the colony being rendered free to adl comers. So long, indeed, as such a system of education as that imparted and enforced in our NationalSchools ...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

Literature. THE "tlronil d , With which " The IIAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED yBYRT TUESDAY- AND FRIDAY, IN TLIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT TUE OFFICE, it MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. iS Per quarter .. .. .. . d. posted .`.... . . .. is. 6 , c. Subscribers can only'd lcontlnue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on O0 the payment oaltarreats . a A "?DVERTISINS Ordinary iadrertisements, per inch '.. 3s Per inch, per quarter ... ... 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in serted for a lengthened period. Advertisenments 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. A All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must be in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid.dqy.on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS lseloulrne .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballaravt .. Mr. W. Gooch Ca Geerlon .. Ir. Henry Franks Cola . ...

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MARKETS BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, June 19 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

BALLAIA'rAT LIVE STOCK MARKET IBALLARAT, June 19 Messsrs. Etterslhanu Eaglestone at Co. report : f -Fat at Catle-2t;4 to hand, including drafts from the 3 Hon. Niel Black, II. Phillips, Esq., and D. Mackinnon. A draft of _O0 of the first-named stationbreds created a great admiration, and keen competition at the high r average of L16 Its 3d, and selling to L1S. the latter I price being the highest obtained for a pen this season. The purchasers were 3lessts. Henry Bros., of Bridge street. The attendance was large, and prices through out were freoa 10s to 15s per head above last week's prices, the market closiog firm. The following are the averages :-The Hon. Niel Black, 20 NB, L16 14s 3d ; 63 B stores, L15 is; D. Mackinnon, 15 etationbred, L1412sSd; 64 stores,.Ll 3s Sd; H. J. Phillips, 78 bullocks, L11 4s 3d. We sold, on account of the lion. Niel Black, it bullocks, statiounred, from Lls 15s to L13: stores, frsm l11 to ,1I G5, averaging as above, also for different owners, 13 head at ...

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

Drapery. Gi EAT AItGAINS, T.r"ETH' ER WiTH A _AGNIFICENT DISPLAY '"F WI NTER GOODS, I<C LUIING ?i lTitNS OF BR- IE C.N-DER, AND TUi NER S Tb I ' .,i , I. L , n -" wi . - l, -: t r: s. e, ; 'e hle...'l iai wI e :e ill 1IL t .iLtE-T h:i anLchCster a Ond rni~h arDenan value, i :._l _ tni '. i . r r;'. i l , .s i n or dinary. + Le ,: .C iu: .5n C . tr .. -tr ip-nvi'e dt com ?.and o 1 L C. ,~h)i Of ½CS Lnan h rte ChaDllone, and 't i P stf: Hi . r CA-LICOEr Ith., lid i.d, ,is ld, a3 Ln . .:d L.? ch.iprom Fd Fr eI, andex prard.., 1s ClT- EMIAL' . :,--i;dBLL RATFLAN?r ,t E LSia l it *nr', ? m ii!. - CA'PET A ili' cei sswnt choiG of new patterna-in T!Pri-T.Y CARIr.fT - ,3I . e, ; s ?ld;ind s d, per pfr.Tl parti_- aurnh nahivre L- are by far 4:l .ELS CARPET- sLplenid : raor ment, lue, F.ieLT C ,anRPET- Fs?rv ptters to select rome and t i, 51l'd, A, A lild, I~ C d, andI?,s ldper. lrd, i FLO: CiLOid 1I , nidts1, I 1 and 15 -i :' nae ant t perof RIMEns, 6 Ss HIRTINGd, S .s rd a', 1-ot...

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For a Woman's Sake OF THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XXIV.—[?] [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

ra 1onau . akh. s ,a., Illy ch MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. 3aI A 'NEW SENSA..TI.NA\ L ST(iRY. bes CHAPTE. XI. \ -I\l-lr. : ->'' AJt th.at day l-x, and gild report r i were in ci-culatl u :.... h te ci re but i ni r Ca - i i L:. l. .. ... id to b. have riturn .i , :. .. . .r It ad i . an n o the tPri- an =:, cr w. h hi, Al ip the iiri , -::e. I eai l?a r-?- a:' . ar- in., lI w 1 I p:::' . :rt. I lo: t »o w,h but I <in t-a -r B. His III itole a,.ietr , ni t r',-. .-a a cBntarn , \deree of ,lni :it in his wfe manner. bu butiIly.? s r ,ou r. thae H iews .a deree of sjolenirty h his whole manner. b Ere I %)ul ,-eak and prepare him for any Cltii)-eni, I1'. flit iler openedi the dcor of *. »i: nrl -in'--r~oI Cap- iiu ',,, L nU ?'iach she eriel joruiisly. "" Yu at t, bfring me le;ls Ot my n,-. Lsnn?.nbaI, starte a.i the sight of my s mlother ' snlilii faci. I felt as if I should t sink upon the dlior, for I knew how to interpret hi- 1 uzzled IinnlI. a I tried t": .?t,-: ° kih n, ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 June 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 21. The inquiry into the loss of the barque Sylphide took place to-day, when the whole of the blame of the collision was cast on the steamer Ballina, and the second mate was reprimanded, The Government have informed a   deputation that the question of a duplicate cable would have their earnest considera- tion.

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

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPON.D~,?T. COLAC, June 1j, I am told that, ore the t1ening of the isit, w!y tq Colac, we ate to have a grand trn. Otlt--suhe a turn-out that the young people of Colac never saw and, perhaps, never wil; see again. The Oddfellows, the Sons of Temperance, the Foresters, the St. Patrick's Society and Good Templars marching with their different regalias, supported by the children of Colac, with their parents, -ili form, there Is not the least doubt,,n grant sight,. and hot 6nly ate they to marei through the principal asreets, but they are to welcom e His Excellency the Governor, Sir George F. Bowen, including, no doubt, the worthy Chief Secretary, the lion. Graham Berry, the Ministers of Railways, Lands, and their colleagues, supported by theit local majority, W. J. O'Hear M.LA,. included. But it ideetls there is not a rprt strolig committee to carry out this' i5r. portant object. Not that I Wish to threw cold watet on the dkditlods of the present committee. Far from i...

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LATE TELEGRAMS FROM THE INDIAN PAPERS. CONSTANTINOPLE, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

LATE TELEGRAMS FROM THE INDIAN PAPERS. CONSTANTINOPLE, May 14. The Turkish Chamber of Deputies has voted an address thanking Eegland for her reply to the Russian circulars justifying the proclamation of war. PARIS, May 16. Negotiations for the renewal of the treaty of commerce between England and France are virtually suspended, the French Ministry feeling unable to press the Chamber of Deputies for an extension of freetrad4t unless England reduces the import duty on cheap wines. PARIs, May 17. After a violent speech by M. Gambetta, the Chamber of Deputies, adopted, by 355 against 154 votes, a resolution brought for. ward by him that the Chamber could only place confidence in a Cabinet possessing freedom of action, and governing on republi. can priciples. The following is a list of the French Minis try :-The Duke de Broglie, President of the Council of the Ministers and Ministerof Justice ; M. Fourtu, Minister of the Interior; iM.° Caillaux, Minister of Finance; The Count de Paris, M...

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THE LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

THE LONDON WOOL SALES. The second series of sales for the year commenced on the 8th inst. The quantity available for auction amounted to 307,716 bales, with th- deduction of about 16,000 bales, which have passed into immediate consumption. Besides this large supply, there are 30,000 or 40,000 bales of wool withdrawn during the last series, which will be offered again in the course of the present auctions, should circumstances prove favor able. The sales were opened by Messrs Balme and Co., with a well-assorted cata logue, consisting of 7,337 bales, of which 2,620 were from Port l'Lillip. The attend ance of buyers from all quarters was un usually large, and the competition was ex ceedingly animated, notwithstanding the depressed state of trade in g ods both here and on the Continent. Prices, however, underwent a general decline as compared with the closing rates of last series of about S to 10 ler cent. All cheap and half-bred descriptions were especially depressed, and Cape produce ...

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A WONDERFUL ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

A WONDERFUL ESCAPE. On the Ilth April, as the Iworkmen were on the eve of leaving their work at Troedyrhiw colliery, situated in the Greater Rhonuda Valley, the scene of a terrible ex plosion some years ago, a roar of rushing water was heard. Many men succeeded in making their escape to the surface, but it was soon discovered that fourteen men and boys were missing. There were plenty of volunteers forthcoming, and many des:ended the shaft, which is ninety-two yards deep, and entered the working. They quickly discovered that all the workings within a few hundred yards of the bottom of the shaft were filled with water to the roof and no hope was entertained that any one would be discovered alive. While the explorers were consulting what should be done, faint knockings were heard on the other side of the coal, at a distance, it was conjectured, of a dozen yards. No sooner was this heard than a score of men threw off their jackets, and with mandrils commenced cutting through the solid m...

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NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

BY THE ENGLISH MAIL R.M.S. Bangalore, with the English May mails, arrived at Glenelg shortly after noon on Wednesday. Her dates from London reach up to May 11th, and from Ceylon to June 1st. All the more important items of intelligence have been anticipated by direct telegrams per sub marine cable, and the general news is less interesting than usual. We make the following extracts from the Associated Press despatches : A man named Fred. Ford has also been sentenced to seven years' penal servitude for stealing New Zealand bonds to the value of £2060 from his employers, a firm of solicitors. He bolted to San Francisco, and was there apprehended and brought back to England. Bellair, the man who murdered his mis tress in Paris, and cut up her body and threw it into the Seine, was guillotined on the 26th ultimo. Thousands were anxilus to see the execution. Hons. Clavido, Bishop of IHaz, Bolivia, had been arrested there on a charge of coining base money. He had brought from Europe all the...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

SOUTB AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 23. A large sale of National Bank shares has been made at £S is. Wheat remains quiet at 7s 8d. Flour £16 10s to LIS 20s. ADELAIDE, June 22. Two cutters, with telegraph material, have been lost in West Austialian waters, which will delay the completion of the Eucla line by six weeks. The Agent-General telegraphs that colo nial securities are recovering their position in the London market. The libel on the jockey, Jenkins, having been apologised for, the action has been stayed. Sir G. B. Airey has sent a complimentary letter to 'Mr. Todd with referer.ce to his discovery respecting atmosphere around the planet Jupiter. The appointment of surgeon in the Northern Territory has been offered to Dr. Moriel, of Port Elliot. The captain of the British Enterprise, afterlyinginLargo Bay fifty.one days, reports strongly in its favor, and the Orient line of steamers will call there instead of at Glenelg. Wheat is firm; and there are inquiries from Sydney for a carg...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

EARLIER INTELLUGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 23. The Waratah Club won the Rugby game to day against the Carlton by two goals to nothing. There were about 3000 persons present on the ground, including the Gevernor and suite. A miner named Lloyd was killed on the Goullurn line by an engine passing over him. The proceedings in the Assembly last night were very disorderly, and the galleries were cleared from six o'clock until the ad journment. A motion in favor of the exten sion of the railway into the city was carried. The Zelandia has brought over 6000 cases of salmon. SYDNEY, June 22. The Council has agreed to the second reading of the Customs Regulation Bill. The Full Court has granted a new trial in Campbell v. the Commercial Bank. There is a good deal of excitement over the Sydney Rowing Club eight-oared race, which is to take place to-morrow, and a close contest is expected. The Commonwealth, from London, bring 390 immigrants. Fifteen children died dur ing the passage, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

New Advertisements. SPECIAL CLEARING SALE AT CHEAPSIDE HOUSE. J.ý . TIULLOCII Begs to announce that in consequence of the general Depression in Basi ness he has purchased from the importers, at less than manufacturers' cost, £,3000 WQRTH OF 'GENERAL DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. Which, together with his previous large and \'ell-Assorted Stock, amounting to over £10.00, he has resolved to offer at such EXTREMELY REDUCED PRICES as cannot iail to effect an IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE. Our space being limited, we are conm gelled to offer large qxautities of goods FAR tBELdOW VALUE, in order to make room for -New Goods now coming weekly to hand. Therefore, we confidently say that we will, now and for the future, show the BEST VALUE in Geelong, as the following list will show. LOOK ST THlE PRICES. Silk and Iress Department. In this department we are enabled by the above purchase to offer a large quantity of goods far below the tirst cost. .r50 vards Black Glace, 2s 3d -00 do do do 3s 6d 21) Fancy Colored...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 25. t Land! at the bottom of Rundle stree has been sold at £70 per foot. Cook, who has been missing for months, has eventually [been arrested for the attempted murder of his wife.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

SEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 25. The ohip Portia has been released from quart4a tie after the re-vaccination of the crew and passengers. The Sierra Nevada has.arrived from Rew York with immigrants.

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DARLINGTON. DARLINGTON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

DARLIYGTO. FROM OUR OWN- CORRESPONDENT. DARLINGTON, Jute 25. The Annual Ball given by the Darlington Athletic Sports Society, came oTff n: Friday, the 22nd inst., and was held as usual in the Stony Point Woolshed, of which Mr. Cum mines had kindly given the use of for the occasion. This is pronounced to be the best hall yet given by the society, and was a decided success, everything going off merrily, and without a single hitch to mar the pro ceedines of the evening. There were visitors from W'arrnambool, Mortlake, Camperdown, Streatham, and the surrounding districts. Dancing was kept up with a lively spirit till half past 12, when supper was announced. The supper was a magnificent spread. and very great credit is due to these who assisted in getting it up. The tables looked grand, and could not have been got up better. Fifty-six couples sat down, and did justice to the gond things that were provided. After supper the dancing commenced with as much energy as it had left off. and was...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

AUSTRALIAIN TELEGRAMS. (LUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 2.5. The Governor's speech to-morrow, it is expected, will refer to the question of providing for national defence, the early introduction of a mining on private pro perty bill, an amended land bill increas ing the area of selection, and extending the period of probation, a railway con stri n, and a friendly societies bill. It is also expected that a bill will be intro duced for an alteration in the tariff. It is not expected that any amendment will be moved. Two distinct shocks of earthquake were felt in Melbourne shortly after three o'clock this morning. Fifteen persons have been summoned for being present at the prize fight be tween Christie and Thompson. Christie has had his temple bone fractured, but is now slowly recovering. A boy, named John Evans, employed at a tobacco factory, has died from nar cotic poisoning, through chewing tobacco. Wheat has been sold at 7s 6d, and the m...

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TERANG BAKERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

TERA SG BAKERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. SiR--Your correspondent, "X. Y. Z." must surely be a " new chum " in Terang, else have an allotment of land that he wants to dispose of, or he must have known that there is a bakery in the very centre of the town-hip. Also, another, Mr. Tolnan's, at Garvoc, only eight miles away. and your humble servant's WILLIAM.. BIGGINS, Terang June 2'2. Terang Bak cry,

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OFFICIAL WAR TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877

OFFICIAL WAR TELE GRAM. The following telegram has been re eeived by the Chief Secretary from the Agent-General in London: Lo?DOs, June 21. (EV-Esis\.) The Russian left wing has gained a victory at Delibaba, Armenia. The Turkish loss is reported to be 1,000 killed, and 450 prisoners. The Russians are about to cross the Danube. An important battle is hourly expected.

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