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NEW SOUTH WA SYDNEY, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
NEW SOUTH WA SYINEY, July ?. The steamer Killarney, with the newe, de:won's teas on board for M]elboutrne, passed Port Macquarie yesterday. One of the Davenport brothers has died here. Barlow, a contractor at Molonug, has committed suicide by cutting his throat. Amos Swift, a farmer, has been found on a railway line at Bowring with his body much cut and bruised.
THE EASTERN WAR. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES ON THE DANUBE. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
THE EASTERN WAR. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH) (rhoMindh Aidvs th toUbfiitW O tEibNT.) RiUSsIs. tsCCESEES OI? TifI )AN1ilE. LoiNDoN June 28. \sie'd 16 Grgid bukeiý ticiohias h1 th, hieah (the FpirteBhth i*ision and Eignth. Ariny Cbrs, crossed the Danuib at Siniiitza aid carried the first positions of the Turk sh defence. Boat loads of Rulssin troops'continue crossing, Mhl the fighting icbntiintles: General Zimnertnan's corps have all crossed the Danube at Galatz, and occu pied Tullscha, Hirchova, and Isakdje. The Turks have abandoned the Do brudscha. An incessant and destructive can holade is being kept up between Kalafat Mhd tWiddin, and Rutschuk and Giur gevo.
THE CHAMPION SCULLING MATCH. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, June 30 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
THE CiHA.fVPrY' S ULL/ I, (A'TFRALIA-- ASSOCIATED nrESS TILT,. '"' ) lThe excitemtent over the boat rI 1~3 excellted anthinc preriously;, ;th aquatic or other sjorots. NSatrl steamer .va·ilil~ie and suitable f:r pose had been chartered on behaif men, and hundreds of sailing a:o, .: boats started from town hboitly:,i , oe o'clock. At the point known as thl? 1hre Brothers, where the finish took pilh.:, .i along the adjacent shore, tho ea:v.to; ,r, ple congregated; aild were pouring d .n 1 the watet't edge ahlmdst tup to the t:nt " starting, tie sight beibp iftares q extreme. The opposite shore, in iw? f the finish, was also thickly lntd wtI! people, and in the vicinity Of I1 I? . ihere the start took place, the sight a:" ; -.., !) grand, the steamers eing cr w. K. housands on the s bore on either :d : river. After one false start the men got ,?,:,, 11 even terms at eighteen minutes :. Trickett on the northertn shore; and El hY' on the southern. Rush at once Id, a:i . passing Uhr's poi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
GRATEFUL-COMFORTlNW. E PP'S CO COA BRELAFAST. " By a thorough knowledge of the ratura laws which govern the operations of diges tion and nutrition, and by a careful applica tion of the tine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to re sist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keep ing ourselves well fortified with pare blood and a properly nourished frame."- See article in the Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in packets (tins for abroad) abelled : Jailes Epps and Co., 5IO[1(EOPATHIC CIIEMIISTS, 43 Threadneedle-street, and 170 Piccadilly Works: Euston Road and Camden Town, London. HORSES. ...
For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XXVII.—EUGENIE'S VINDICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
'kn OR, Tnil t, MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. pr ha' A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. tli CArPTER XX VII.--ECtUENIE's VINlIA.- - TION. m For a week the whole city had been les filll withi true and false stories of the in-- pe cident, which had been accompanied by such peculiar, unusual circumstanccs. a Attemt!,s hIad ialso 'en made toi gain acce-s t- Sir Arthur Wardley's hotel, in order to ,ltain fromt him news of Radoi's present abode. T( Sir Arthlir, hli,.ver, through his ser vant, dccli,:,.t to receive ainy visitors-- w all were tiurned away from his door. He an Is; ni where to be found, as he had only or left his -aparlt:ent onlee-to visit ine-and hi evin a It aIdjt;. sent by the King to ask vi for son.e further infI'rmatimi had been " sti:t awtay hiik. all the others, under the " pretext h it hin W.is iill a:d c.mld see no t When he retureil from n our .house to thheh'tel lie cled fur his bill, and an h -ur iafer left the c? . air Lany aiyki-iii tli u1 e all this. g Ir w i- . l.~o di fI't t...
MORTGAGING SELECTIONS. ECHUCA, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
IORTGAGING SELECT1ION' . f1r Eincratc .TLr~scaRlr. (FROM RItE AROwSS 6u L'R1E5T4N naNT.) EcaHu' , Jf1ne 30. The threatened action of MIr. Longmore, Commisioner of Lanud, prohibiting selectors from mortgaging their leaseholds, is exciting miidi thrioition here? Several m:etingshave been held ptotestliig ggitist the priohibition. being enforced; aitd deputations hale hedi appointed to iivt tit?adi the Miinister to tepre sent the diijestice whidi vuldl be caused, by the operation of the new regulaticn. it Is maintained that two-thirds of the selectors are not able to carry on without borrowing, and that to prevnct them doing so would mean ruin to them and those w;tl whom they have dealln's, atid 1 r for:iing the fil'nrinus to sell out vtould serve to detest thil objects of the Li ii l ict It is airgued th the uerutl ion that selectos are eniabled te play into the lhans i ? ? ,iirge snidholders.y r mortgaging their holdings, is a fallacy, ai there are but few squatters in the settled di...
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
GRAIN, FLOUR. AND PROVISION MIARKETt. 31ELBOURNtE, June 27. '?rsr. Lord and Hughes report : ihe manrkct f,,r breaIstufsi still continnes quiet W\heat. -Sale- are making freely of prime northern at 7,, and at this figure we have placed several large parcels. Stock- in town outside that held by millers are smalL -F"-ur.-A fair tnrale business has been done during the week at L16 is. A small parcel was quitted at auction at Ll1. but holders are n:t disposed to accept less than LI1 5s privately. oats.-Sales are making of Tasmanian feed at 3s Sd to 3s 10d, New Zealand at 3s 1ed to 4s, and milling a; 4s 3d. Barley. Inquiry for prime Chevalier. Inferior descriptions still out vf favour. Feeding barley selling at 3s Gd. aiize.-The arrivals have been 5,651 bags from Sydney. Sales are making for trade requirements at 3 11id to s. Peas.-The demand continues brisk, and sales are readily effected at 453 d. Bran and pollard are selling at 1s 4dl to 1is d. MELBOURNE, Saturday, June 30. Breadstuflt...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, JUNE 28. QUESTIONS AND MOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDA, JUNE 28. QtUESTIONS AND MOTIONS. The Speaker took the chair at 2 o'clock. Mr. Gainson desired to ask the Speaker's ruling to perinit him to bring forivard his motion calling iin questionthe Speaker's warrant to appoint the Elections and Quali fications Committee. The Speaker said there was no urgency in the matter. He thought Tuesday next would be time enough. If the Chief Secretary and the House did not object he would place the hon. member for Ararat's motion to take precedence of any other business. Mr. Berry would not object. Mr. Macart ney gave notice of his intention, on Tuesday next, to move that the name of MIr. Jere- t miah Dwyer be removed from the Elections and Qualifications C6inmittee. Mr. Woods, t in answer to Mr. Young, stated that the tenders for the new station at Geelong would be called for at ian early date. Dr. Macartney called the attention of the hon. the Minister of Landa id the operation of the 49th section of the Land Act 1869,...
PROFESSOR PEARSON'S INSTRUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
PROFESSOR PEARSON'S IYSTRUC- - TIONS. t t The lMinister of Education has forwarded to Professor Pkditso the following detailed instructions regarding his mission in con- c nexion with the present system of state education in Victoria : Department of Public Instruction, Melbottrne, Jlne 2l, 1877, C Si--It hs iere eoiisidered advisable to 7 inquire as to the best iie ns io be adopted a to make education in Victoria entirely free I -from the primary state schools and indus. o trial schools to the University. The Govern- s ment having appointed you to conduct this f in.i'irv. I have the honor to submit the fol l ioad? rt t? d dnd.idir four guidanoe. ?- 1. oi ~~i ulr iiitd the p ifptight of 2 using the iasitn?ti shhdoli ?s ts he.l ining t schools of the colony, so as to itilise the a labors of the trainees, which are paid for by a the state, Whether technical pursuits 1 should be established in these echools, with c worshops attached, as at Chester, so that r tidys, tololti i?tan some tr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
Literature. ThE talboaib\ A With which "The IHAMPDEN GUARDIAN" P is incorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAIL8, '~ IAT ai onrrics; . M ANIt'OLD-STREETi, (AMiERIbi . Susacarrsror Per quarter .. ...... ii. s . d. ,, posted .. .. .. 7s. 6d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on tee payment of all arsrean at ADvRtTIsI l- - Ordintpr Asertiseenients, per Inch t.. 3s 'er inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15s W A considerable reduction If advertisements are in. d earte? for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them pa 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 in writing, and should be seat in not later than mid-day.on Mondays and Thursldays. AGENTS- TI Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat . .. Mr. W. Gooch Geslong .. .. M...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
MARK1 lETSh. --'------0? MELBOURNE W\'tiL. TALLO\V, AND JIlDE .MARKET. MELBOUIJ NE. .Itlle '7. Iee'rs. I1. G;old.lrounghI :aluti (o. report: W,,,,l.-We have a goalt ilnquiry fir aniy lrcels suitale eitherr fr ; ourinl,' e,- hiptment. Pries. firm at hit week's rates Sheeplkin..-\We -I a full supply during the "etk, al uobtainedl late rate- for the bulk. T ,ward- the clu-e dry skin, rather ditticult to place.- butcher' skin, ::,. to us each; dry d._., 3d to trA per lb. Hides.- This atw rket rather weaker, but at our later al·.e a -light chan'e fur the better. Calfskins very much negicatedt. \? have -old :--Ox hidt., t 6o to 3s each ; - . c-hidle, I.3 to '; do ; Vic tarian salted, 3:td t,, 41 per lb. iKars.aruo skins. We sld t ery few ,urin' the week, and quotations are quite ;,omial, up to ltd. per lbh. Tallow.-We clearcrl out the fti l catalgie -u-ubmitted at the f.,llow in plric :- itttn, from 1-4 to L.7 per toe beet, L32 10s to, . 135 du ; mixed. L:3 1 rto Lt;I do : in feoer. Lf. t...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA, ADnAX.n?, July 2. Several rumors are current as to the ccmposition of a new Ministry team, should the Government be defeated. The following names have been men tioned:-- Messrs. Morgan, Playford, Ramsey, Kay, Mann, and Hawkes. A man named Bowman died in a police cell this morning, through drinking, accelerated by coldness of the cell.
The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 July 1877
.UkSDA Y, JULY ., 1877. THERE is a numerical, and indeed a visible, decrease in the amount of serious crime in the colony-: and this decrease continues steadlil' to show it self in the annual rcports of thii .4N department. Pentridge is "radually becoming less popt.lotts. Its old fre quenters are dying out, and the whole rigiment of evil-doers bequeathed to us by an iniquitous bygone system will soon dwindle down to its last few rank and file. Within so brief a period as five years from the present date th'`ce ought not to be a singk "old hand from the other side" left to plague Vic toria, It is simply a process of natural d~eay. And, in fact, if a more sys tematic method of dealing with that same dark fraternity had been brought into operation ten years ago, the process of extinction would by this time have been pretty nearly com plete. Things in that respect are altered for the better now, and the re sult, of an improved method are begin ning to show themselves in the lessen ing o...
RUSSIAN DEFEATS IN ASIA. LONDON, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877
RUSSIAN DEFEATS IN ASIA. Lo?S?o? July 2. A Turkish despatch states that the Russians were completely defeated on the 27th ult., at Sukhum Kale. RUSSJAIN HEAD-QUARTERS AT SISTOYA. Losw-O, July 2. The Russian head-quarters on the Danube hare been removed to Sistova. DESTRUCTION OF RUSTCHUK AND NICOPOLIS. The bombardingof Rustchuk continuts, and all the principal buildings have been destroyed. Nicopolis, also on the Danube, has likewise been destroyed. ALLEGED RUSSIAN ATROCITIES. Los~so, Jualy 1. Turkey complains of Russian atrocities at Ardahan, in Asia Minor, and also of the complete and wanton demolition of Rustchuk, on the Danube. RUSSIAN SUCCESSES. Los?os, July 1. The Turks are weakly opposing the passage of the Danube. The Russian lost in crossing was only 100 men.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877
SEW SOUTH WALES. Svntsi, July 5. The schooner Wndine went ashore this morning inside the Heads, but got off uninjured. A prominent official in the Occupation branch of the Crown Lands Department, has been suspended. The debate on Chinese immigration resulted in a portion of Sir John Robert son's amendment being carried with Sir Henry Parkes' motion. i Sir Henry Parkes stated in the As sembly to-day, that the Government intend to proceed with the Electoral Bill this session, but not with the Education Bill.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (trsTRALI.s ASSOCIATED PRiESSTiLEGRA-; ) MELBOURNE, July 5. A writ has been issued for the election of a member for the South-Western Province. Nomination day, July the 14th ; polling day, the 25th. Acting on the repert of the Board, which sat on the late collision case, the Minister of Railways has suspended the station master at Kilmore. John O'Neil has been committed for trial by a coroner's jury for the murder of his mother at Footscray. A shuck of earthquake was felt yester day at Nelson and West Port, New Zealand. Tenders for Walhalla debentures were opened to-day, and that of Mr. Mona ghan, for the lot, at fire shillings per cent. premium, was accepted.