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CAMPERDOWN RAILWAY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
CAM PERDO l'S RA ILW IA Y L[INE. In the absence of a special report if wu ý,at took place between the Camperdown Fail. way deputation and the Minister of Ea:l ways on Wednesday, which we were to ??ve received last evening, we gife such iz:lc nitices of it as we tin:l in other papers. ARGUS. A deputation was introduced to the Cou. missioner of Railways yesterday by the Holli Seil Black M.L.C., and Messrs. L tnjnre. Johnstone, Dwyer, and Kernott, M3 L.A.s, to ask that the Geelong and Colac I;aiwa y should be extended as far as Canperdon n. It was urged that when the black liu, n' . projected, it was the intention of the Leis. lative Assembly that it should go a: le.at as far as Camperdown, and this portion of t'! proposal was only lost in the Legislat:re Council by the casting vote of the P'residant. It was also pointed out that the count:ry through which the extension would go was unusually fertile, and the deputatiou con tended that there was no doubt of the line proving an emineutl...
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
W'ARRNA.SMBOOL LIVE STOCK MIARKET. WARPSAMBOOL, June 23. MelJ rs. Ilepburn, LeonardsatRugg report: The stock forwarded about an average supply. A good attendance, and biddings unexpectedly animated, so that with the exception of a few working bullocks, the whole of the stock was cleared out at an carly hour. For best loto of store cattle prices have slightly improved. Fat Cattle have not altered from our last report, Fat sheep and crossbred stores are hardening in prices. Superior milch cows and work ilg bullocks in good condition have buyers at highly satisfactory rates. Pigs sold at improved prices; de mand for bacon pigs particularly on the increase. rQuotations:- Cattle-Fat hullocks, medium weights and quality, from L7 Is to L9 5s : store steers, three cears old, to L4 9s ; young steers and heifers, from L" 7s &d to L 10so; springing heifers, from L4 10s to L6; do cows, to L6 IOs. Horses.--Light draught colts and fillics, from LI 10 to L19 15s; young un broken horses, fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
Literature. THE sin ctpt it t (tronidt," With which "The HA31PDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EYERT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, ar Trit orrica, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. SussCRIrTIos- Per quarter .. .. .. .. a. 1d. posted .. .... 7s. 6d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears Anvsanrrl e- Ordinary Adrertisenients, per inch .. Per inch, per quarter . .. 15 A considerable reduction if advertisements are in serted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify noon the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until countermanded,and charged. All orders for insertion, alteration,or withdrawal of advertisements, must be ia writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-d'a.on Mondays and Thursdays, AGENTd Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Goerdon and coteh allarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Cotac .....
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET BALLARAT, June 26 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
MA!KETS. BALLAR.I"T LiVE STOCK MARKET ' BALL.ART, June 26 I rMcsr. I:tte roankEaglestone d Co. report: u Fat Cittlc.- vil to hand, about '0) of which wer: stores. The upply comprised drafts from the follow i ing:--J. Thomason, Eo-., Me-srs. J. and P. Manifold. lI'Williams !ros. and Vaughan. The quality ranged from medium to prime. The attendance was large, and included several country buyers. Biddings throughout were very animated at prices fully equal a to last week's high rates. The following are the t averages :--Tomon, 97 bullocks, L13 7s 4d; J. and t P. Manifold, 3 ibullocks, L16, 33 cows, L12 d r 10d ; 3PWilliams, 75 bullocks, Li 7s 6d; Vaughan, 47 s cows, L9D E. We sold-On account of John Thomp- a aon,!Esq., 57 lullocks, from L10 10s to L17 7s 6d, averaginig as above; on account cf W. Matthews. Esq., I: s-ull.cks; on account of C. Pcdger, Esq., 7 hetl ;a on account of F. Gainter, Esq., 7 head, at market rate. Fat Calves.-4, in, all of which sold well, Iest in m,.kinr w5. We s...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
FRIDA Y, JUNE 29, 1877. VICE-REGAL speeches are not, generally speaking, fit subjects for criticism, and Sir GEORGE BOWEX'S at the opening of parliament on Tuesday last is no excep tion. Such speeches are, for the most part, composite, not concrete produc tions, the individual opinions of Minis ters being homologated in them. Each Minister contributes his share, and outof these, in Cabinet assembled, an attempt is made, by the process coloniallyknown as "boiling down," to form a solid mass. In the speech before us, it would be easy to place one's finger on this, that, or the other paragraph, and say, this is Mr. BERRY'S, that is Mr. WOOD's, and the other M3i Lo0O3?IoRE'S, without running any risk of mistake. But in any notice of His Excellencv's speech, we must take it as a whole, not in detail, and we cannot say that it im presses us very much, on a first, perusal, either with its freshness, its breadth, or its profundity. Ministers have been dilating for months past on what they s...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET GEELONG, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
GEEJLONG LIVE STOCK MARKET GEELONG, June 24. Messrs. Backland and Burnett report: Fat Cattle - 104 head yarded. Prices 10s a head lower than last week. We sold 44 good quality bullocks at up to LI2, and turned out 14 unsold. Fat Sheep-A full supply of medium quality sheep, with a few prime, which latter were in good demand. We sold for Mr. Theo Shaw, junr., Wurrong, 7h0 fair quality ewes and wethers at from Is to Ils 6d; for Mr. S. Brearley, Inrerleigh, CO prime quality merino wethers at 13s Gd; for M3r. Monaghan, C) cull ewes ; and out side, 704 ewes and wethers, for MIr. H. 3Macrean, Cressy. Total, 1584. Fat Calves-Demand quite up to a apply for best quality calves; small inferior not saleable. We solb 6 fair quality at up to 32s. Fat Lambs-Good quality lambs bronaht full rates, other sorts dull of sale. Store Stock- We sold in the yards 10 cows, spring'n; to calf, at from L4 to L6; 6 steers, 15 months old, at 28s ; and outside, 2 cows at from 555 to 75s. GEELON;( , June 25. Iessr...
AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH. COBDEN June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH. &nbsp; &nbsp; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). COBDEN June 28. Yesterday the remains of a lad named Daniel Carroll, who died suddenly on Tuesday afternoon last, became the sub- ject of a coronial enquiry held before Dr. Sweetman, district coroner and a jury of twelve, Mr. Andrew Dow foreman. The following evidence was taken :— Katherine Carroll deposed :—Recog- nise the body of deceased as that of my son. She last saw him alive, and in ap- parent good health at 2 o'clock p.m., on Tuesday 26inst. Deceased had recently been suffering from a cold, but had not been confined to his bed. Between 1 and and 2 o'clock on the day named, deceased was running about making no complaint. Witness was busily engaged in domestic duties, when she was suddenly alarmed by a cry, and on going outside discovered deceased vomiting and quite unconscious. His face turned almost black and she bathed his hands and feet with warm water, but did nothing further. Sent Mr. Brown...
THE MUTILATED SMITH FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 29 June 1877
THE MUTILATED SMITH FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. Sir,-Will you please acknowledge the fol lowing donations to the Smith fund. To amount already acknowledged, £25 0s 1d. Collected by Miss M. J. Constable as follows: -Mr. Hugh M'Vean, £1; Misses M'Vean,4s; Rev. H. C. Ellerman, 10s; Mr. J. H. M'Conville 2s 6d ; Mr. M. M. Jones, 2s 6d; Mr. G. Inglis, 2s 6d; Mr. D. Gray, 2s 6d; Mr. W. Davies, 2s 6d; J. Mack, 2s 6d; &nbsp; Miss J. Fouby, 5s 6d; Mr. R. Maw, 2s 6d; Sundry small donations, 7s. Total amount collected, £28 1s ?d. Yours &c. GEORGE HARRISON. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
Notice. MR. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, will in future attend at TERAiNG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Commercial Hotel. Money to Lend. 15000 TO LEND in one sum; 15,000 also, sums from £100. R. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colkc. STRAYED. STRAYED,into my paddock, on the lst of May, 3 CROSSBRED RAMS, ear marked, no visible brands. The owner can have them by paying all expenseJ. HUGH BENhETT, Terang. COPPER COINAGE. NOTICE is hereby given that the Acting Ieputy Master of the Mint is pre pared to issue bronze coin in exchange for copper coin on application at the Mint. After the 1st 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, Treasurer. S -Treasury, , , "th Jane, 177. HIRE OF IIAMIPDEN. VOTEIIS' LIST. N OTICE is hereby given that the VOTERS' LISTS for the several Ridings of the Shire of Hampden are now in mny custody, and may be INSPECTED at t...
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
MELBOURSE STATION PRODUCE MARtKET. M3ELI;OutI E Junie 27. .lf'irs. J. II. (lough and Co. report : W?,-. 'ery little doing this week, our .ales being ,tinedi t, fn it .id lot: ,4 :rea-y and hand ; i.-hie. I.h,-pIkim.-i'ur u-ual sales datring tht tvk itat t-%. , iell attended thrru:ihunt, and we have di--1e "i . t avrage supplvy We eld green -kils at . t- ,:id : dry kin.s, ts t.i to 4 each ; and station -kim= ini bales, ,d ttoo per l1. lide.--N, ihn.r ti.o rert-i, except a slig t :urance ul.,n New Z l.,t 'an -it ?altd. Our sale have been:--reen .x, -Is to 30- ; extra eIarsy nip to) ts ; cow, Il-i t)o " I each: Victori.n salted, 3?id to 44I ; New Zealand, v to 51id; and altfskins. 4 1 to 541 per lh. Tallow. The market rentvaiis al?,ut the samie as last week. Otura- by auctitn and privately have been-For inferi",r, L". to L2 ; mixed, L0o to L31; beef, L31 t.. IL.:;S 10-; and mut:tl,n, up to L6 is ?ol per ton. Leather- -y aucti anditl privately our sales have teen- For crp, ldi t, 11d; k...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
New Advertisements. IECOlANICS' INSTITUTE, CAMPERDOSN. WIEDNIESDA & TEURSDAY, JULY 4Tt AND 5Tr. THE GREAT European Star Combination POSITIVELY TWO NIGHTS ONLY. First appearance of that Worlld-I:eaowned Aerial King, AIREC, In his Marvellous Perfurmaiu-ca on the Swinging Bar, TALENTED T'IROUP.'lF OF VERSATZLE ARTISTS, Male and Female, especially eugaged by Mr. AIRIEC, for a Grand Tour through the Princlpal Towns. The Entertainment will consist of Operatic, Serio-Comic, and Characttristie Songs and Dances; also Dutch and Negro Impersona tioni, Clog Dauces, and Burlesque Sketches, the whole fruating a must enjoyable even. ing's entertainnbeult without vulgarity. POPULAR PRICES. Reserved Seats. 3s ; Second Seats, 2s. Doors ,Len at 7.50 p.m. ; performance to conmutence at 5 precisely. M.\TIN THOMAS, General Agent. BANKRUPT STOCK!! (REAIT SALE DRAPERY, SILKS, MJILLINSERY, UDERCLOTHIG, SLOPS, Ete., Etc., Etc., ON AND AFTER THIS DAY,I Ar A. MILLER'S 94 3100oRABOOL-STIIEET. A. MILLER ...
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY JUNE, 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TuvsD.lAV Juse, 28. The President took the chair at 5 p.m. Mir. t\. ilsoh laid oih the table of the House the rebort of the Board cf Land and WTorks on ictoriai I ailiiays fot the year ending 31st Septeinbei, 1S76. The bill for extending tolls wvas received froin the Legis lative Asseinblv, and passed throtigh all its stages; His .Ecellency the Goveinor then attended in the Chamber, and gave the rovad assenit to the bill. M1r. Wilson intimated that His Excellency would on Tuesday' next at 3 p.m., at the Treasury, receive the rgply5of the Council to his Ex cellency's speech. fIr,. Wilson next formally announced the death of Viscount Canterbury, and both he and Sir C. Sladen eulogised the character of the deceased nobleman. The House then adjourned.
COLAC. COLAC, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
COLAC. (r~oH ot.'I ot4ir? toeRESPLo.Ut rl) t'bLsr., June 2t). The hihith sessiol of the 'Parlianilnt of Victoria has been oiPened, and the country must feel proud of their leire sentatives. They intist be cevrr, Sgeetr l meh of soine ability, of the pliece!,k, Victoria ioild iever have put the:ih ih But the question is will they do their duty. Of course this iemains to be seen but it does not seem as if the liberals arE going to belasvee thehaselves lo, . ' Gatinson, to wit. ile must ins',t7l t7f lion. Duncan Gillies, a gentleman re. spected by the whole colony, tbt the Speaker must be congratulated for tilting him down.. "A bad beginning makl.s good ending," but whether this will he so in the present Parliament seemts doubt ful. It appears that the land toi is to be bibyght bbfp,ie the fl,,,, in its fill cruishing aid most mn:, style to ruin the rich, and if ierry an~ Co. can keep the majority, thereli, 11, doubt 6f it becohaink lav; t", tre ,Tan?e of an English population. ,! by I...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. A- DELAIDE;' June 30. ; Tenders aie called for a direct telegraph line to Melboiirne. The Adelaide and Noi;ood Tramway Company expect to open to Norwood by the efld of the present year. The Adelaide Football Club propose challenging one of the Melbourne clubs to a match to be played in Adelaide. A sale of 10,000 bushels of wheat is re ported at 7s. 6d. 800 tons of second-class flour, for New Caledonia, sold at up to£17. ADELAIDE, June 29. .?lr. Plajford will on Tuesday give notice of a antof confiddenIe inotion in Ministers for tie foilbiini d4a. . In the libel case, Mr. Thos. King, the pro prietor of the Advertiser, has been acquitted. The Chief Justice, in summing up, expressed himself as favorable to just licence being given to public writers. The Government are calling for tenders for the construction of the Port Augusta Rail way. Dr. Gosse has been appointed warden of the University senate. The Governiitent have telegraphed for an extra iminigtant ship to leas:...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
ENGI.HI M.AILL TABLE 18NT FrOM EGLANiD. Leareu London Leaves London Arrives Via outhamipton} Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January .I Januiry 19 ` March . 6 Februay . Febnuary .i ti April March . Mar' 16 May , Ar .Ari aM a 11 Junenc Mlay ii . ine . j July " -; June 25j Juh 6 A '71 J0Tb . 'nClr- SepteUtnhr 1 Juli :: -~ ~ itr-t ~ r *- 3 u 1 iftri lr. elti" e n i e r 1 1 1 /"±cetnd 1 . I L3e eni r ^_1 Fcbruary 5; cI~eu Arrives Londun .rriccat Iondon cli, aurte - Via Brindisi. Via Southamnpton aatrz _rMarch 1 2Tarct . Februar _1t rii 9 lril . . 16 Marl~ 2 MI it' . '7Ma . . 14 ApiTune . .1'e 1 Ju,ne . . . I1 t~ur 0 t 1 ~. 2 J Jute" " t3 Jui, :V 1t:,u t Jul} 4 . 1t Nunlieur . t ti Anct-! -t ; ýI",'tert~bcr _i uetobtt r ". I Noenhier . IIect,'i cr 17 Leccnihcr . _4 Nuoveber . ~i3 .Janluary,. 14 *liuuar}'., 1i 3Il Deceimber . '27 Febru try 11 Ferltary . 1S
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
.MELBOURLIE L1VE STOCK MARKET. MIELBOURNE, Ju~le 27. !Me-?r. slraford sl rttltie elId l('o. report : Fat Cat!te. 1.21)4 yarded. Prices ranged slightly higher than la.I week's rate,. We sold 1' bullcks for Mr W. C. ,'alhert. Bairiedale. Fat Calves.-150 varied All brime _-·ld readily at late rates We q it-. Be-t, '. t, .t: -c eomd, .0s to B: others, 15,. Fat Sheel.-14,5- forticard. The trade thriu;h ut: was aery ibr:'k. and Lit weetk's rates were fully ini:l.:uLned. We 0s! a.; dralt of cJros.bred wethersat qu,.t:atii,,; and miteidl, 1,,&lt;,) eros-bred wethets Fat Lams.-1-.07. eneII. Best drIaft -li very fairly, othenri liticult t,, quit. juoatious:-Best r-,uih: fron ns t, to l,-; gt,,,r, frotm s to r ; in terir. frot 4 i upward. Land,-We have sIdd. idurn the k. 52, acres near Melt,m. and 141 acre, at li,,k ank, 'at L,6 7" 1i per aw re. 1 E-I1.1tI:Ni:, Jhlie 27. .e-?. tio. Dloug:hiartr nl d C? . report: - S "t i. 't rde l - . ,l:e- t?e?d at rate, .hidch filly iai itaitr.i Lt w...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, June 30. A cable message is going home on Monday inviting an Englishman to visit the celony to row for the championship and £1000. If accepted, £300 to be paid for expenses. The ship Commonwealth was released from quarantine this morning. The Governwmeit intend to modify the quarantine regu'ations respecting the ad mission of sheep across the border. Messrs. William Welsh and Henry Wrixon, of Victoria, were to-day admitted as attorneys of this colony. SYDNEY, June 29. There is great excitement over the coming boat race, and a large number of people are arriving from the provinces and the neigh. boring colomnies. The betting at the start is reported to be at about even. Trickett is reported on good authority t) have made the best time on record, but Rush's sup porters are very sanguine and freely taking the odds. Fully 3000 persons were outaide Punch's and Trickett's hotels to-night. The .fina deposit has been paid. It is reported thatl ...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF CLUB. MELBOURNE, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
.4 TTSTRALIAN, TELEGRAJS, ( >u1TALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELR;ItAMs LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF (LUBf 'MghisduaNE, jine oQ. he Victoria Amateur Tdi-f Clib a..eii4n& took pilace od tli Caulideld coiarsa to-day, before a good attendance. The results are: HurRnL:s-Nardoo, 1; Sepia, 2; Devlin, 3. , Fine race. FLAT RACE-Artful Joe, 1 ; Haidee, 2. Wun by a head. A IOLre Cur- CouTrit, .1.; Shdild'nt W osi~ der, '2; MInatch, 3. Eight Stit?td j "beautiful race, but won rather easily at the finish, through Waverly and Elec tricity falling at the last fence. SELLING RACE-Olodhopper, 1; Acti vity, 2; Finnigan, 3. OrEa STEEPLECH.?SF -Quicksilver, 1; nlue Jacket, 2 ; Maggie More, 3. Fine race. All the horses at the finish being close up. CoRHITHShx FLAT RACE--Nardoo, 1 ; Alarm; 2; Nimrod, 3. Won easily, To-day being Separation Day it was observed as a semi-holiday. It is expected that the hon. MIr. Cath bert will be sworn in to-morrow, as Post master-General. The stea...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. NEW GOVERNOR OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. REr?ER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUS TRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. FEW GO 1 OfP W). iS TERN At STR.LIA. 4' ! dc'd; Tiinb 28. cI. Ft. George 'rd haa been appointee Governor of Western Australia, via Mr. W. C. Robinson, appointed to the Straits Settlements. THE WOOL SALES. Luonos, June 28, ihe wool sales closed firii. Tlieft hate been great flddtiatiotis diititig the series. tuod combilig fleeces are ii .eih·, abdve the last cldsing fates. tanibs have realised highprices. Grbasy descHiitionu have i5artly bec#'tidd the 6pening sal'ek but crossbreds are mhnst depressed. Out !i 250,700 bales catalogued 150,000 were taken for export, including 6000 for America, and 60,000 bales have been carried over. SHIPPING. L-' J. Sailed : sitria SSailed: Iaitarlia, a.; fdr"3elbourne.