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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
ES L>H MA IL T \ L'-. Iii 7 FROM1 Es Lea es L'mI::tr. Lfave- Landon :Arrives Vias n:anv I i'i Brtni. tz Ja: ur; 1~it January' 13 March . M Feb a,^ S :February IS At ri 3isrc S March +_a )May April Mrii Ia 3Iay Mia} f `Mac . 11* Ju "k Mar ='? Tune July " June Juts 1u° u-. . Au* Oct!ober . O~tc h r ILr;c· L:Uz· 1 0c.the:. 1ý ucealrr v'3 J:.auar ,1 13 [leCen: Cr It cC.... ýcr 11i Feriry t rrires Landon' ]rnr ^c, _'?asrih . i'- March . I? 1 FIebr e Brt . rd Id M r i a - Ma ' ! Ma c - : a Aplii Uh r7:e ~FL'·~ r"" 3 nnr'·· . . . iii~-:;r. t Jul' Au^ lrrte_ 'c. - t r 71 F. - r .
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. WITHDRAWAL OF THE BURIALS BILL. LONDON, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGElNCE. WITHDRAWAL OF THE BURIALS BILL. LosDon, June 22. The Government have withdrawn the Burials Bill after the amendment agreed to in the House of Lords. DEATH OF ADMIRAL ROUS. LoSDO-, June 22. The death is announced of Admiral Rous, the well-known member of the Jockey Club. THE MAILS. LONDON, June 23. The Australian mails ria Torres Straits and via San Francisco have been delivered COMMERCIAL. LoNDoN, June 23. As the wool sales progress prices con. tinue to improve. Wheat is still declining, owing to the large imports and fine weather. Copper is quiet ; Burra, at £75 ; Wal laroos not offering. Tin is inactive, at £67 10s. New Zealand flax is lower in price. SHIPPING. LONDON, June 23. Arrived : Durham s. fr, m Melbourne.
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. LONDON, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. SErTER'S SI~ECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUS TRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. LoSDOx, June 24. The Cabinet of the Council have re solved to ask for additional credit, so as to be able to go on with precautionary preparations. DISASTROUS FIRE. LONDON, June 23. St. John's, New Brunswick, has been almost destroyed by a disastrous fire. The damage done is estimated at about 15,000,000 dollars. THE FRENCH CHAMBER. LoxDos, June 23. The French Senate has adopted the proposal to dissolve the Chamber. BAYAZID RECAPTURED. LoNDON, June 23. BayaLid has been recaptured by the Turks.
ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
ARRIVAL or THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. ArsTl?LIAI " .OCIATUrID PRIS TELZIGE? S SYtDEY, June 23. The Zealandia arrived at one one o'clok his morning. S.1a F.A N(iUco, June 30 In the Emma mine case, the Eugi-h owners who brought suits to recover rN e million dollars paid for it have been de. feated. There is a wild rumor atioat here th:at General Grant has been offered the co:u mand of the Turkish armies. In New York wheat has advanced 0 c. per bushel within the past month; oats, 10, c.; maize, 14 c., blt this is from other causes than the European war. Large sales of horses for the French light cavalry are being made in New York. The troubles in Europe are canminu qu to a drmand in this country for shi5tba1ii:: , materials. The United States army is to be redunctl t? 10,000 men. Twenty-one failures occurred in sew York during the past month, in which the liabilities amounted to 2,6SS,150 dol. Hungarians and Poles in the United States are applying to the Turkish Minister at Washington to be...
SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
SECOND ELtEVEN. During the seasma the second eleven o.f the Camperdown C.C. played nine matchet. of which seven were won, two lost, ani ne tied. The two matches lost were with the Terang Club, whom they also beat once. The Cobrico and Cobden Clubs were beate, each twice, the former tieing one m::k i~ addition. The averages of the m:ah-:s named are as follows : .i-i Howell .. . 1 ? 3 - 5 Nevllon .. . 65 C. Brramley 5 1 31 1 Hyde .. 71 113 1 .4 Jamiesn . 14 1 1 Fu-~selI .. ' 14 "1 1 4' Do? er .. . 11 41 10 1' 1 t 1 Fre5in .. . 9 3 17 4 - 4 Paul .. . 39 S 0 I - 3 Allen l0 49 15 17 1 3 4 S. 3'Donald 5 45 - 14 J. 'kDonald . 14 40 1,7. B a si;nifies not o t. The bowling averages include all but three innings, which were net taken, and an ,:h Bowyer go: 3 wickets, Fussell l wi ke , Alien S wickets, and Neylon 3 e w:ckcn. They are as follows :-Fussell, 551 '-bl:. 215 runs, 19 maidens, S wides, 49 .w.:, average runs per wicket, 4. 2'; Bw wver i41 balls, 218 runs, 15 maidens, 3 w-.:.e., 47 wi...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE SEAT OF WAR. LONDON, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE SEAT OF WAR. LosDo , June 17. The Turkish right wing of the army in Asia Minor has taken up a position near Delibbaa. RUSSIAN LOAN. LosDON June 22. A Russtan internal loan of 200,000,000 roubles has been issued. ENGLAND'S NEUTRALITY. LoDosN, June 23. In a despatch issued by Prince Gorts chakoff, the Russian Chancellor, Russia promises to respect English interests whilst England remains neutral, and she will not interfere with Egypt and the Suez canal, or extend the war elsewhere the necessity of acquiring territory beyond Stamboul being excluded. The future of Stamboul was a question of common in terest, and whilst belonging to any European power, European concert should settle the passage of the Dardanelles and the Bosphorus on an equitable basis ; but the Emperor was resolved to obtain guar antees for the security of the Christian subjects of the Porte. BOMBARDMENT OF EARS. LoNDoN, June 21. Eight batteries in the Russian lines have commenced bombarding th...
MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
MELBO URYE: (FROM OURtOR OWN CORRESPONDE'NT). IMELBOURNE, June 23. I think I saw you in the House when the new Parliament was sworn in, and that was a sight, was it not ? But it will be nothing to what Will be seen on Tuesday next, the day on which what I now write will appear in print. Every neck will be stretched to get a glimpse of His Excellency, and every ear will be taxed to the utmost to catch what he says. There is to be no amendment, however, in either house on the address. The Opposition will play a waiting policy. Has the rumor reached you, that Sir George Bowen has made himself one of the fiercest partisans of Mr. Berry and his land tax! Of course, it has, but you do not, perhaps, know how it has arisen. It comes from the Club, where His Excellency has been actively canvassing members of the Upper House, not excepting the President, if I am correctly informed, and telling them, if they do not pass M3r. Berry's land tax bill there will be a row. I am not suf ficiently in ...
COBDEN LARRIKINISM QUESTIONED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
COBDEN LARRIKINISMJ QUES. TIOSED. TO THE EDITOR OE THE CHRONICLE. SIR.---Much indignation is felt.by the people of Cobden at the letter in your issue of Friday last. The statement is a gross exaggeration, and calculated to mislead strangers. The hilarity of some of our lads, tradesmen's sons and others, has caused ihe old folks some anxiety lest scandal should ensue through their Ibister oasness, but I have never heard bal lan guage used. On one occasion, when an accusation of the kind was made, I took the opportunity of speaking to a number of tl e accused. They all stoutly denied the had language accusation, and appeared to:take admonition respectfully. In all townships there are lads grow ing up without any home discipline, who wail go to excesses, even in the stupid matter of "' tin kettliag," but I am thankful that in Cobden these are the exceptions not the rule.-I am, dear Sir, yours faithfally, JAMES BISHOP. Cobden, Juns 23,. 877.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
HRISCOE AND CO., WCO LESALE IONOMO GERS 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT RE DUCTION Previous to re-luildin'. T. HANCOCK, Solicitor, Froctor, an. Conveyancer 3MURRAY-STREET, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. Notice. M R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, will in future attend at TERANG on Court days. and can bc consulted at the Commercial Hotel. SHIRE OF HAMPDEN. P ARTIES can be SUPPLIED with GRAVEL from depOtnear Mount Leurs by Mr. Willia n Parkinson, contractor, Scott street, at ,he following rates, viz.:-One half mile distant from Shire Hall, at Is 10d per cubic yard. Oncmiledistaut from Shire Hallat 2s 6d per cubic yard. Or removed by owners drays' from depot at Is per cubic yard. JAMES DASKEIN, Shire Engineer. Shire Engineer's Office, Camperdown, June 18th, 1877. PATRrIES can be SUPPLIED with GRAVEL from the pit near Mount Noorat, by Mr. Alex. Wilson, Terang, at the followi...
CAMPERDOWN CRICKET CLUB. SEASON 1876-7 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
CAMPERDO WY" CR1ICKET CL UB. SEASON 1876-7. The following is a list of the mratches played by the above club during the lapt season, which habe been handed to us! kfr publicaticn by the hac. scre·arie?. The averages also appear at the end cf each li:t. FIRST ELEVEN. December 9th, 1876.- Camperdown v. Colac, at Colic-Lost by 22 runs. CaIt. perdown, 37; Colac, 59, and S wickets for d0. January 13th, 1877.- Camn~p erdown v. W arrnambcol, at Camperdown-W n by i runs. Camperdown, 60 ; Warrmambcol, 55, and 81. January 20th, 1877.- Camperdown v. Terang, at Terang-Lost by 7 runs. Ca', perdown, 62; Terang, E9, and 67. January 27th, 1877.- Camperdown v. Colac, at Camperdown-Drawn. C;Mjer. down 5 wickets for 89 ; Colac, 16$. February 1st, ]877.-Camnerdown v. Fif. teen, at Camperdown-Won by c-ne irniLg, and 110. Camperdown, 149; Fift?en, 3S and 26. February 10th, 1S77.-Camperdown v. Warrnambool, at Warrnambool-Le:t by 159 runs. Camperdown, 40; WarrnLmbc.d, 199. February 17th, 1877.--Camperdown ...
SALE OF PURE-BRED CLYDESDALES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
SALE OF PURE-BRED ULIDES DALES. A sale of pure-bred Clydesdale horses, the property of Mr. A. Graham, was held by Messrs. M'Culloch, Campbell, and Co., at Kirk's Bazaar, Bourke-street west, on Thurs last, and good prices were realised. The following is a list of sales : MARES AND FILLIES.-Darling, bay mare, rising 5 yrs., 130 guineas; Officer Bros., Murray Downs. Riddell's Creek Maggie, bay mare, rising 4 yrs., 120 guineas; T. Chirnside, Werribee Park. Blossom, bay mare, 6 yrs., 165 guineas; T. Chrinside, Werribee Park. Grey Darling, gray mare, rising 4 yrs., 100 guineas ; B awkins, Western Port. Johanna, bay filly, 4 yrs., 65 guineas ; Younghusband, Euroa. Blossom, black mare, 6 yrs., 70 guineas; U. Head, Fein Tree Gully. Bally, bay mare, i yrs., SO guineas; J. Bowie, Gippsland. Flower, bay filly, rising 4 yrs., 100 guineas; Officer Bros., Murray Downs. Fanny, bay filly, rising 4 yrs, 85 guineas; Younghusband, Earoa. Brown Flower, brown lilly, rising 4 yrs., 55 gaineas; M'Millan, ....
CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 23RD, 1877. Before W. Ower, Esq., and John Walls, Esq., J.P's. LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
CA3:PERDO IWX POLICE COURT. SATURD.AY, JtCE 23RD, 1S77. Before W. Ower, Esq.,and John Walls, Esq , J.P's. LiRCF.Y. Frank Sertori, a charcoal burner. residing near Cobden, was brought up on warrant, charged with stealing nine bags, the property of another charcoal burner named Peter Battilanee. Mr. Picken defended the pri soner. The following evidence was called for the prosecution: Peter Battilanee deposed, that one day last week he left some bags in a shed I elon-. ing to 3Ir. Harrison, of Cooden, and on counting them a few days afterwards, found eight or nine short. Went to Serton's kiln on Tuesday isst, and saw five of his baze full of coal, and two empty. Canm into C.mperdown with two loads of e?al on Thursday, and took out a warrant for Sertonri's arrest. On Friday he went with Constable Keyte to the prisoner's house, and on searching it, found five of his bags (pro duced in court). By Mr. Picken-Witness brought the bags produced from Maryborough. Sewed them up himself, and tha...
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
tA I; . FDLUP,, AND PRlOVISIUN MALKET-. M3ELEOCR'E, June O0. e.'-'r-. Lord and Iluh"het report - :l :: : : h:ch -Lirate:ri-e the nArket nor .:.,::i-L : seek I ot etin ustained; buyers r. 7.- i, ,an:e :, t i operate until fater the Lf-' r,:" ;..acg \ýWheat.- At the date or our .: r= re t " a. ,.l buine-. din at 7. ci ,:r rt > her , but at t.?: co:mc'en'.- t Vf thi. t:. r.:. kOt ,,en:'l weak, and sales were made .1,: :olay _e -eaI parcels were sold at ±s , ".;, +... . ,it':in ,f full.. "'d. per bushel. Flour. - T ~i c-f :un 'r , d ,ur :ti conti.nue heavy, and . r_.. ha : e b re.isi sae-, price have rei"-.-d. -.r-l hre parce.- have been quitted at aur. at am.i sately at L16 7. w1 to Lt6 5-. The tt.:r ;.. - the hit?het obtainable price to-d;a. O _1.- "I., . ex Argyle. fr ma T rani:a wa s..,Id at a ' t::%: Ie I.e .lt 3= ,d . S reveral parcel, of Ne' ZLh have bi e }; hi 't 35 ld to 4I far ce .a te h ia::. ,,tnd at 4s ;:d fir nmiiinu. Weekly cup T hes ,_ r ? u: t. r pi"resien: cnaumptin...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1877. THE most satisfactory part of the in telligence brought by the mail is of a negative kind. England is not involved in the European troubles as yet, and seems to be earnestly bent on keeping clear of them altogether. It is true that there is a strong feeling reigning throughout the nation in reference to the course of the struggle, and that an influential party would have no objec tion to expend blood and treasure in helping the Turk to humble Russia. As a late London correspondent confesses, jealousy of Russia is a very powerful and very prevalent sentiment both inside and outside Par liament., and, no doubt, if there were no counterbalancing sentiment, the country would be engaged at this moment in all the miseries of another Crimean campaign. But, for. tunately, there is still a peace party, whose feelings and conduct are not swayed by mean jealousy of any foreign power, and who are decidedly unwilling to see the resources of the nation lavished, or the bloo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
Literature. THE "(! am ' rtotvu 1111 t roi 0t . With which "Thu IIA31PDEN GUARDIAN" ii incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERT TIESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS,. At TUi OFFICE, MAAIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. . TESCRII'IONS F quarter G.. .. .. .. Ga. 6d. posted .. .. .. is. 6d. 5 "-.- -ibers can only discontiune at the end of i ; r," ,in a notice to that effect in writing, and on ih, '-: i~nt of all arrears ADVERTISING- . :iinar Advertisements, per inch ".. So Ir .nh, per quarter . 15s - tiderable reduction if advertisements are in r a lengthened period. ,·i.ements must specify upon the face of them S:.hr rof times they are to be inserted, or they S utinuted until countermanded, and charged. SIcs for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal e, - mcnt', mut be in writing, and should be S: t later than mid-d.y,en Mondays and AGENTS .. essrs. cordon and nGotch S ..Ir. 1'. Gooch ,;.,.. r. Henry Franks MIr. W. .. Green MIr. Macafee Mr. 3I. Lani lMr. James Bishop and Mr. J. Molyneux ', n,...
MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
M.ELbOBUL I \ V tiUL, TALLOW, AND I IDLE MIAKET. Eiri oc .:-E. J. une 20. )le"rs. RI. (;,lddbrongh and Co. report: W , l.--W, cata.rand -::s4 bt .s for o :r a ction t+ day, a*nd had,. t'-k -:t. 21, Wles e::;' 'E1i at tx ceCl nt pir . --.. , , i: t"e aý f the? Engi ia k : Ir, ,- . - l " r.1 :I . to l, , . a d ,ued -.. t , i,.. the ?s.e.r pric-e " in, ,. t'ima I : r :h u .: Sta n. Low:fr r - - - r :: rg sutd:d' f-r .r :0n , "h1 :: :I v :i. h: - r:9 rd ,2oIt ante t" _-. h .. th r. ai a fair .- -.: :. i- .: : T a- . r= w ith dt:: i t,; 2 : : ta r.t, , I t u: -up r:r T ;! - r:.:t it; i 1Ir Loi..] .t t r t, L:-: ;- r ei -. - , : - emxj ch: iLJ ?;t. . ' , ". t - 71 . . , -a f.,Li a ,i itl
MARKETS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
11A KET S, MELBOCiNE LiVE .-TOCK MAIRIKET. IE. ::NLE June j; . 3 "r. rt:':iafird ?lrcttlIe and !to. report: F:t :- r .LAt opn -aT' bi'din, I *,tir* -. , .:-::e:" 7-, throu : hau : th , day, th I 25 L', .. f. . : ,"A. ' :1 . le":- . '. , BEirn , ,:& ; anrl. 15f,-r v c:i,:.-, :em a.?F .-- 'pp y: f:l:,, : in.eri.,r. AI :rc.U --. r, 1i 7 at ihte ,1,ation. W e ,,- - 5 : M r. Auc tir. Fat herp. --15, ).ý tnnd. Prim" 2 r, breni "ethu," 2-:, 27. , se,.,t n er::. ",i=. t.h l. . ::-: ,r? . The:,- f: il 6, . r i S!dG 6 , ",: : . ?cr an i ~t~w r irc a t d" k ea v' 2: a, ,u-:,:- , :r -,e t -r: Mfr?r. .Yu. F Ee:. r w : ": , -?- r i " e..ert r r It . ir . A.hdr .. 1 1 ; : " & f*r Fr. G. -rahem. r, d : : " 5. for 3 I--: 1-'r1:: aud n, -iri -: S :f - r Mr ;. G;r,:nt. ut..:.: ,i liil, an:t - 1.,* f !r 3 P.:. : | t:: L . Il ..i . Fatc La tml _1, -: _ ..«. _ : ,e' t _ -,1 , l> -s . ; se ,d, ts. f-r ",- . a' :, l E.r -.... ia r h-r a : t d. i, ut-:.- 44 n,, r , 1 ·: . . r: -, E t lif'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
Olxtes Is LrFz.-DR. BRIGHT'S PHOSPHO DYNE.-MULTITUDES OF PEOPLE are hopelessly safferinl from Debility, Nervous and Liver Com plints, Depression of Spirits, Hypochondria, Timidity, Indigestion. Failure of Hearing, Sight, and Mnemory, Lassitude, Want of Power, &e., whose eases admit of a permanent cure by the new remedy PHOS. PIHODYNE (Ozonic Oxy'en), which at once allass all irritationu and excieme:tt,, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled coantitutioo, and rapidly cures every stage of these hitherto incurable and distressin: maladies. Sold by all Chemists and DrugNi-t throughout the Globe. EL CAUTION. - PHOSs PHIORUS is sometimes sold in the form of Pills and Lozenges; it should be generally known that every form where solid particles ef Peosphorous are in combination is dangerous. It is, therefore, necessary that the public should be cautioned against the use of any form of Phosphorus not perfectly siuble in water. HORSES. ESTABLISHED 1+33. Lieutenant James's Blist...
For a Woman's Sale, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER. XXV.—[?] [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 26 June 1877
for a loM1oarL hlac 1, _~ I-m MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SE_\-SATIONjL STOITY. CEAi;*iP MTY,-.-ll A ?.:it E v , - Hee I- T - Z - fr s Ire ' .. - : : I i:t - u' a - " ; - n ':: "d -Va- theKallunre rt ' r, r? Ever :. ! -":. k. : .. " !I. . ,r: i ulti " T ' eir, =_;" -:,,-:. ?-) ,:.c.? ?,? !t o r rtledn. _=0... t ~r -. [ ' ? e.; l ke -,d t ch:n, an n'w Ti . ' v ... a- te i:" . ait 1I r·n-a th.Imel i: ui i k° t . th r'n- "n, nd n A: a h. ur -iy r. :u : -'er my' ees to ... . arion, gaed blindly , _ . an !a t t%1 cs ik =it it . ._!'- ' +_r n a::-.n my ahti entered. Er r i-n tie ? re drear s:ar.led sue. I" I is a a e- ,-e. I:- : ;:... :1 d fitr" felt hew myn fi, trcri a n Iur'- n uI lte ly titself on en now saw a tall ;: punf / an, aressefd Ctely in blic. eaac.t h rilset. , ra:ii 1 : -lane at him showed rmlier I'ne ErIal ih =ace, with regular. alrars f, i?em , fe awireL ter, which a lIid bea rd lent an e r e in,: l st"l.r grehi .er so itrn 1. S,, Bu:_~. , s a r ad with a .manner --C :t...