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For a Woman's Skae, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XXV.—SIR ARTHUR WARDLEY. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
or a @ioma1is $ka s !)OR, '[E d MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. fat f Co A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. his CHIrra?. XXV.--?I tLTHi.' W.RDA. L dl. (Continued.) wa Sir Arthur felt the painful nature of., the situation. I a ain silently invited hi him to be seated, and took a chair miseli. He withdrew to a respectful distance. " Have yon read the letter w;ritten b my 't dear friewn. Otto Von Raulom, Countess o: le asked, and his musical voile soundcdi re clearer anl firmer than before. ira " I have read the letter of a man, Sir t Arthur, who has been as dear to m. as 1 to .}u, a 'y, probably dearer, but of [ whmin- 11 " I beg you not to misjudge my unfur- w tunate inrnd," interrupted Sir Arthur in h a mvyr rtslute totne. "Otto von Radotn acted like a ian awhtmo honor inexorably Y comnplellc' :, il4iendi the dearest, most sacred treas.ure: hi: po essed on earth, and w when forced to act, it was doae with a for bearanuce which muist make hint guiltle-s h in your eyes, Cointess. I ilvtsel ant the the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
WAlTED. V ANTED APPRENTICES for the DRESSM&KING. Apply to MISS M. DARLING, ..Scott-.treet, Campordown. 'r. IlANCOCI, Solicitor, Proctor, and Conveyanccr I URotRAY-STREtr, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Notice. M R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdowun, will in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Commercial Hotel Roney to Lend. £ (001 O TOLEND at6PER CENT on good security. R. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colac. COPPER COINAGE. N OTICE is hereby given that the Acting j Deputy Master of the Mint is pre pared to ?snse bronse coin in exchange for copper coi on application at the Mint. After the lit September proximo, how ever,, copper coin will no longer be a legal tender in Victoria, and applications for ex change should therefore be made before that date. GRAHAM BERRY, Treasury,' | Melbournme, 19th June, 1977. g SHIRE OF HAMPDEN. A PPLICATIONS are hereby invited, " and will be received by the Council up to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, the 4th...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
The Geelong Advertiser writes:--A strange and apparently new kind of epidemic is pre vailing amongst the children at Morrisons. The child is first taken with vomiting, accompanied with either sore throat or bad ears ; the following day it is entirely laid up, sleeping nearly the whole of the time, and an entire loss of appetite takes place ; on the evening of the same day the whole body in covered with a red rash composed of small excrescences not larger than a pin's head, but so close, from head to foot, as to make it scarcely possible to insert a pin's head bet. wcen the pimples. This usually goes away in about twelve hours, although we know a a ease in which it has continued to show itself for more than three times that period, and is not yet away. After the rash disappears the appetite begins to return, but very gradually, and the patient's recovery is then very rapid. One family alone has had four children down with ihis mysterious com plaint. The head teacher of the Table Land...
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. ' ELBOURNE, June 27. Mles'srs. P. B. Curtain and Co. report : Since last Wednesday no particular change has to be recorded. The general market has not improved, on the contrary the depression in certain lines which we noted last week, has rather hardened than relaxed: at the same time the healthy tore in sheepskins has been fully maintained, and the competition for this special class has, if anything, advanced. We quote as follows :--Greenskins, from 3s td to 7s; we have sold a large quantity, and whilst the supply is abundant the demand is still in excess; dryskins also receive full attention, and get good prices, from 4?d to 6}d per lb. Hides have not yet recovered the fall they experienced some two weeks' back, and are still on the sick list; we have nevertheless disposed of a fair amount at market rates; fcr green ox-hides, from 19s 6d to 31s Od; and cow, from 3ld to 31d; dry, from 3;d to 41d per lb. Kangaroo skins remain in a medium state, with...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. SATURDAY, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
BALLARAT WJHOLESALE PRODUCE IMARIKET. SATrURDAY, June 23. Mesrs C. Vtnghuan and Co. report : Farmers are now busy putting in their crops, and will continue so for a few weeks, during which time we do not expect any great amount of business in grain, but those who have large quantities of hay and potatoes keep sending them to market, and we be lieve they are wise, for probably prices will recede when the ploughimn season is over. For our own part, we know that the acreage of potatoes under crop was very great this year, and the yield enormous. Although the breodstuffs market is dull and millers ccmplaininr about the difficulty of selling flour, we found no ditfirulty in cetting extreme quotations for wheat In horsefeed grains the demand is good, with a small supply. In seed grains very little has been done, but orders come forward for small lots. We qute :-Flour. L16 per ton; wheat, Ts to 7s 2d; rats, 4s ld; Cape Exrley, 4s; English, 4s 9 ; peas, 431 ; manger hay, L4 5s ; sheaves, L3...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYD?Zt, June 27. The Assembly was counted out last night on Mr. Dibba's motion to abolish the duty on kerosene. In the Assembly to-night the Treasurer stated that the cost of the batteries and ironclad recommended by Sir W. Jervols would be defrayed out of the consolidated revenue. The preparations for the shipment of frozen meat on board the Northam are nearly completed, and the carcases are to be taken on board on Saturday. Herr Armand Goegg, a distinguished (;Gr man journalist, has arrived here, and intenis lecturing on the state of European affairs. Two men have been arrested for prize fighting at Merrackrille. Eigut men have been commitiel for trial for stealing tin from the Gulf Stream Com. pany's mine at Glen Innes. Srnivy, June 22. The Assembly has negatived a resolution having the effect of abolishing the otice of Minister of Mines. At a meeting of the aldermen of the city and the representatives of. the city in tha Assembly, held to d...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
EN;LISII MAIL TABLE 1 S77 FROM ENGLA D. Leave London ý Leaves London Arrives niL Southaulltc.n Ia iliindisi. at Melbourne_ January 11 f January 13 l 6 February Februar lii April 1 March March . May April . . 5 April .13 May May . Iay I1 June. " Mar 3 i Jui Jluly JuJ u. 3uir Au ut Jnl~r *-. eoembcub 1` Jn ~ ý3 Ltsu-t c",+r 16 August . 1A -u*-t l t;1 Septemho_- r i_ y' ":i c 'o \LYLUO1J r 11 October t l exni Ir II Noreintrir '1 F i"'ara a" , iuarV i - a a December . 13 l!a-tbr " Fcru·a }'eou '4 IC-Ofi t. tcar.3 irrivy? La~ron rri~r6 at UIndon VialrL BrL inzdisi. j a ')1111 niIltilI Janua~ry . March 12 March 11 Februes 24i . t Arl 16 Jliarch Mc 7 Ma 1I April , . 11 1,p i:- I:i huh.~ Innt . . t' 1 ; . 6 Jul. 1 I . I1:c' r . 3 .1 Q:*.i,' rr tr II} '%icn i1"er -. ' Žorcflr. 1l j P.. n br 17 1 4 Diccni'i~rr 1 hay : l ?!i1 7:
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
MELBOUINE LIVE STOCK MARKET M3ELBOURNE, June 27. Ettershankl Eaglestone arnd Mlann report: Fat Cattle.-The number penned amounted to 1,3206, a large proportion of which were goal usiful beef, but only a small number really prime. Last week's prices were fully maintainsel, in some instances a slight ad vance was obtained. Prime'pens bullocks brought from L12 to L14 15 ; good do, L3 10 to to Llls Is ; middling and inferior, from L7 upwards. Fat Sheep. 11,000 forward ; prime descriptions were represented by cross-breds from the westward, and two small lots of Victorian merinos. The market was a brisk one, and last week's prices were fully maintained. Prime crossbred aethers brought from 22s to 26s; good ditt,, from 1lS to 20s; prime crossbred ewes brovght from 20s to 24s; others, from 13s upwards ; prime merino wethers brought from IGs to 17s Gd : good do, from 133 to 15s Gd; inferior, from Is upwards ; prime merino ewes brought 12sd d; others, from 7s upwards. We sold-1,834 ewes and w...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
NEW SOUTHI WALES. SrD-EY, Jur;e 28, Netice; of motion has been given in the Assembly in favor of naval military defences being defrayed out of a pro. perty tax. Advices from Fiji coutradict the r+:. ported massacre of the mission at the Duke of Yorke'Iland, Two men narrowly escaped drowning in Newcastle Harbor to-day through the swamping of a boat. Both wele picked up in an exhausted condition.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, June 28. PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAM3S. (1UTRAELIAN ASSOUIATED PRESS TELEGic.a LATEST LNTELL GENCE. MELBOURNE, June1 28. PARLIAMENTARY. In the Assembly this afternoon, Sir Charles Mahon's question to 3Ir. Berry was postponed till Tuesday. In reply to a question, Mr. Longmore said it required much consideration to say whether the rent paid under the 42nd clause of the Land Act should go towards purchase money or not. In reply to another member it was stated that the question of reducing post age would be considered when: the esti mates were being prepared for the pre ent year. Mr. Woods, in reply to Mr. Smyth, said that he hoped at most in three week s that the matter of the construction of the railway from OakleightoMielbourne would be decided. The election of Chairman of Com mittees was then proceeded with. Mr. Bent moved, and Mr. Bosisto seconded the nomination of Mr. B. G. Davies, and a discussion then took place. Many members regretted that it had been niade a party question. Mr. Grant, upon bei...
THE EASTERN WAR. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) THE RUSSIANS IN THE DOBRUDSCHA. LONDON, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
THE EASTERNI WAR. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PR-SS TELEGRAMS. STHi RUSSIANS IN THE DOBRUDSCHA. LoNDON, June 26. Tultscha, on the Danube, has been evacuated, and the Turks retreated in good order to Hirsova. RETREAT OF THE RUSSLANS IN ASIA. LOsDON, June 26. Severe fighting has taken place at De libaba, in Asia Minor, and the Russians have fallen back on Zerdakan. THE SUEZ CANAL. LOsNDON, June 26. The British Ministry, relying on the assurance of Russia, does not contemplate protecting the Suel Canal. THE WAR IN ASIA. LoNDON, June 25. The bombardment of the northern forts of Kars continues, and a sortie has been repulsed. The Kurds have invested Bayazid. RUSSIANS IN THE DOBRUDSCHA. LONDON, June 25. The Russians have occupied Matchin, and the passage of the Danube continues. It is believed to be the intention of the Turks to abandon the Dobrudscha, and to make a determined stand at Trajan's Wall. THE SUEZ CANAL. LoNDON, June 25. The Porte dissents from En...
WHERE IS THE BAND? TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
WHERE IS THE BAND? TO TaHE EDITOR *S IaE caeICLE. Sir-Will you be 4enou to inform me what has beeoe o the Ioca1 `baid or the bandmaster, i hIave been informed the iustruments i spoiling for the -want pf use? It seems a tthpi.ty tb?t Camnber? dowf, with so much musical talent, should coZlase, for the want of energy, while Cob idea the reported den for arrikiuna can raise music at any time. y this a m 'yo1raluable Oo1Ait ,a will i ige, youra A SUi RIByrR,
GOVERNMENT TELEGRAM. ON THE DANUBE. LONDON, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
GOVERNMENT TELEGRAM. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. (TROM THE AGENTGENEIRAL) ON THE DANUBE. LoxDos, June 25. The Russians hrve crossed the Danube at Galatz; and have occupied Matchin, in the Dobrudscha, with slight loss. The Russians have been well received by the Christian inhabitants. The Russian Emperor remains with his troops at Ployesti. BEFORE KARS. LoNDos, June j5. The fortified city of Kars, besieged by the Russians, still holds out. In their last attack the Russiani were repulsed with great loss by the Tuskish garrison. MONTENEGRO AIND TURKEY. LosDos, June 27. The MIontenegrins lately had a severe battle with the Turks, in which 7000 of the latter were killed, although finally the Montenegrins were defeated. The mountaineers are still resisting the Turkish troops. THE FUTURE OF THE WAR. LONDoN, June 25. Prince Gortschakcff assures LordDerby that the SiUez Canal is to be respected as in international work, and that Con stantinople is not to be occupied by Russia or any other Europe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
New Advertisements. LOST. 'OST from Mr. Reynolds' paddock, on Cobden road, on Monday, 25th inst., 7 HEAD of BULLOCKS. Any person re turning the same to the undersigned will be paid any reasonable reward. GEORGE JACISON, Butcher, Camperdown. NOTE-The above lot of cattle were seen near Bostock's Creek on Monday afternoon, 25th inst. SHIRE OF HAMPDEN. VOTERS' LIST. OTICE. is hereby given that the VOTERS' LISTS for the several Ridings of the Shire of Hampden are now in my custody, and may be INSPECTED at the Shire Office, Camperdown, by any person interested therein, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 3 p.m. from the Ist to the 7th days of July prox. (Sunday ex cepted). It is further notified that copies of the said lists can be inspected during the same period at the Post Offices, Terang, Skipton and Lismore. All claims and ob jections must be lodged with me on or be fore the said 7th of July, in accordance with section 79 of the " Local Government Act, 1874." Forms of claim and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
PROFESSOR AYDntr.oy used to perform some astound ing tricks. We have, for instance, seen him pour several kinds of wines-apparently- out of the same bottle. But we know of far more wonderful bottles than the Professor's. There is the most positive testi mony to prove that disorders of the stomach, kidneys respiratory organs, fevers of an intermittent and re mittent type, and all diseases requiring invigorative treatment, are cured by the agreeable contents of the bottles which hold UnoLuIo WOLrE's ScmBzDuA AAO MATIC SCHNAPPs. Sold by all Ohomists ad Storekeepers "Have no K RA AM S' S "Worththeir equaL" VegetableLifePills weightingold - - Healing Ointment, Everybody Chlorodyne, and "They act gratefully de- Chlorodyne Cough like claresthisfact Lozenges, magic." Prepared by a thoroughly qualified pharmaceutist expressly for the Australian climate. For medical and other testlmonials see handbills. Wholesale Depot-72A Queen-street, Melbourne. Keating's Cough Lozenges, OMIPOSED of the pur...
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE, June 26, 4.30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
nOPENING . . . OF 3t PA.R LIAMENT. s, (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) it FROM OUR OWN tORRES'ONDENT. e 3MELBOtIRNE, Julio 026, "430. >f Parliament was opened to day with the is usual formalities. The Chamber ivas o crowded, and the Governor was accom - panied by Sir William Jervoise and a brirl o liant staff. The speech referred to Sir William t Jervois's mission, and states that vigor and b promptitude will be displayed, on receipt of his report submitting proposals to place the colony in a reasonable state of security against possible foreign aggression, and that every provision will bemade for maintaining I daily communicatian with Europe, so that intelligenoe of any change in the situation of affairs may be promptly received ; that , a commission has been issued to a gentle man to ascertain the best and most economic mode of extending State Education, in cluding therein the University of Mel bourne; that the importance of establishing a line of mail steamers via the Cape has led t t...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
GEELuNG. STATION ]'lODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, June 26. Messrs. George Synnot and Co report: Shiecpi?is-lThere was a largeo attendance of local and netropolitan Iuyers at our sale tb-day, when we offered abont t :>'. stins. Competition was exceed inllly brik;, aud we effected an entire clearance, at ii,.:s fully equal to last week's rates. We quote: B3et butchers' skins, from 42d to 72d each; medium ditto, 241 t, 36d each ; lambskins, from 02m to 36d each; station skin=, from 3Ld to 61d per pound, and to rod each. Hides- We had a large supply to-day, which we cleared out at the .tme rates ruling last week. Wet salted brou?sht 3:d to 4d per pound; ucelf`kins, Id to 54 pecr ?ound. Tallow-Only station sorts tu hand, which we disposed of at satisfactory lrnce`. G CELO-e;, June 26. Mcra&rs,. iskard Iellish and Co. report: Sheepskits-A full attendance at the different stores. Sc)mpetition was brisk at improved prices. W offered a large quantity, and sold as follows:-Crossbreds, 4s ...
THE BOROONDARA BANQUET. THE DUTY AND POLICY OF THE OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
T BE BOROONDAJA BA4 QUETI THE DUTY AND POLICy OF O 'HNE oP'OSIlTION, A dinner was gietie to the hon. i. Paton n.mitb, Al.L.A., at the Toi'n-hall, Rawthorn o,' :ui day evehing, by his frieids and sup p itt;sin the district of Boroohdara. The c, npany 111 l ci cd about 130, and included Sir John O'i;ai nassy, Mr. Murray Smith, th Io tn. AngusN?ackay, Mr. Bosisto, M.L.A. AMr. Zox, MLL.A., and others. The- chair wav tilled by Mr. James Patterson the Mayor of 1Melbourne.. The first three toasts were " The Queen," "The Prince of Wales and the Royal Famnily," and "The Goveritor." The Chairman then proposed the tdast of " Our Guest," which was received with loud cheers. Mr. Michael Salmon, on behalf of the committee, presented Mr. Smith with a memento of his late victory, in the shape of an oil painting by Mr. James Drummond, R.S.A., entitled " Sunday Morning in Edin burgh in the Olden Time," valued at 200 guineas. The inscription on the frame was -" Presented to the Hon. G. Paton Smith, M....