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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNA3MBOOL, June :0. Messrs. IHepourn, Leonard dtlRugg report : The supply forward very small owing to having ad vised our ivwntiuents of the unfavortable state of the market. Thgere was however e good attendance of buyers, an.: ?~.m the unexpected inquiries made for Store Catt.e o.: or ,on t dition, we may confidently anticipate th..: prices will gradnally increatse. Prime quality Fat Cattle and fat sheep are weekly increasing in value. Store cross-bred Sheep are in large demanLd. Bacon pigs are elling well; we could place a nunmber at highest current rates, and shall be glad to be ad vised of any our constituents may have on hand. In Horses there is no alteration in the previus good de nand for souud serriceable aninals. Quotations:; Cattle-Fat Bullocks, light weights, from L7 0I to L9 5 ; stores, three to four yar old bullocks, L4 17s &d to L5 6d; two year old steers and heifers, L3 to L,31 Is; milch ccws, from L310 to L7 2s kd. Horses. -N...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

THE WAR IN THE EAST. (BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.) REUTERP.' SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AtS TRPLIAS ASSOC?.(TED PRESS.

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CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

CAMPERDO WN POLICE COUlRT. the THiUP.DAY, JULY 5, 1877. Before F. H. Pauckle, Esq., P.M., William ill Ower, Esq., J.P., and J. Walls, Esq., J.P. ab DEBT. JamesM'MahonJnnr. v.A.Poulton. Debt, bil value of cow and calf sold and delivered. th' Mr. Picken for plaintiff, and Mr. Knott for dic defendant. The following evidence was du called for the prosecution; h t Jas. M'Mahon, junr., stated that on the 18th May last he sdll a cow and calf to the delesidAnt, for the sun of £S....Delivery of the cow wasgivento a Mr. Hamilton onbehalf of the defendant.-- Witness had previously da bought the cow in qnestiosi, with 16 others, ec from M«r. Willtaid Scolt, at auction, at W; £6 15s per head. (Sale note handed in.) _ All the cows were bought as dairy cows. qu About four days after the sale of the cow re to the defendantwitness saw'it in a pad- th dock-belonging to his father, at North qt Purrambete. Defendant inspected the cow bi before he purchased it. Witness had not th been paid for the cow, ...

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RUSSIAN ADVANCE GUARD. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

RUSSIAN ADVYNCE GUARD. Losvios, July 3. Unoflicial Turkish accounts state that the Russian advance guard was driven back at Brela with heavy loss.

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XXVII.—I FLY FROM THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

0'., TIlL ti MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. t r: A NEW SENSATION AL STORY. b CHurBEITR X`IIf.-I FL FROM THIE h WO:LtD. t f[ aiWer:It s 1 w r . not y et at an en dd, altlu;ih,i withl all my compo"ut, tih, 6 measure of my son 'I seeed t nll..u Th,. lc?'or's ett;ý'cs lhad. succeeded in rester '- i ntoth.V to such a degree of I health: hat hbet life was no longer in danger.' he wits sitiug in her room one norhlnaf. In a toler~jbly.quiet mood, wakit ing for me to come' anibt read a:loud to her, when suddenly a udt, piercing shriek suinilned all the servants. I wits just, ilrssing :when the cry reached'my ears, anu I rushed down-stairs, gasping for breath.! The servants ere surrounding .my mother who '; as liug on the floor with a newsplaper coivd?Livt'ly clenched in her hands. I pushed them all :nay. tluhrew myself down beside her, a:nd caltled her by the tenderest names. There was no answer. Her eyes were fixei upo i the ceiling, her hand was sti-ttoai iher ;larms motionless. Waitig aiu. I ca...

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MONTENEGROM EVACUATED. LONDON, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

MONTENEGRO EVACUATED. Los?Do, July 3. The Turks have evacuated Montenegro.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

ESNGIi;it MAIL TABLE 1577 FRP.O EGLt.xD. Leaves Lononin Lea , Ln don Arrives Via Southampton Via Priud.,i, at Melbourne. Januy . 11] j? dar 19 March . 6 February . Fel uari I? April 3 Mlarch . Marceh ." i Ma . April . 5 Ail :1 . an Ma} . • ri 11 Jue ab " .; June . Ju' . Auntit . . Jl 3 ptember• 15 aul ry . . - 3Aru OctI er. . TO Yugue ;r s 1u ".;..,- r 31 -i . Septer,ý . . 1 ,Jru - -r oe ;:lb e 11 Oct-'* Jnnli June-. . o 1 n iier 53 J. uau ',l15 a 3Ie?ý n. . Io b;ri diL-. Via Southampton January, 'h , Marr's 3l-fe 1 ebr'aa'r A'r,,i . . April i March .' . ay. 14 April. • 1Jr . e . a. ia .. 15 JI:T .ul .lab June . 1. l'' 1.r . AU t u J •u' ? - \n .v p:ember Au:ust 7 *: .:,rr 't O:tober . 1 Septe:nber . 4 rc .b. . "2 October . .i October . S "ovoler 19 November . b 2 November 1 D.ce:uber 17 Dezember 42 Novemblr 149 Januar.,. 14 Januan-i, 15, SI Derember 7 Februry 11 Fcbraary . 1:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

Special Advertisements. SPECIAL CLEARING SALE AT f CHEAPSIDE HOUSE. J. . T ULLOCH Begs to announce that in consequence of the general Depression in Busi ness he has purchased from the importers, at less than manufacturers cost, £,3000 WORTH OF GENERAL DRAPIERY AND CLOTIIING. Which,' together with his previous large and Well-Assorted Stock, amountingto over £10,000, he has resolved to offer at such EXTREMELY REDUCED PRICES as cannot fail to effect an IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE. Our space being limited, we are com pelled to offer large qxantities of goods FAR IELOW 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 e VALUE in Geelong, as the following list will shuw. LOOK AT TIHE PRICES. Silk and Dress Department. In this department we are enabled by the above purchase to offer a large quantity of goods far below the first cost. 500 yards Black Glace, 2s.3d 300 do do do 3s 6d 200 Fancy Colore...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

CHARLES STEWART, Baker, Butcher, and General Storekeeper, I, I S M O I E, H IA\'NG" purchased the premises for m1 erly occupied by Mr. Andrew Cray, begs to iatate that he intends to carry on the business in adl its branches as formerly, and triusts, by keeping a good atock of first-class articles at reasonable prices, to secure a pprtion of pnblic patronage. ... . Drapery. GREAT BARGAINS, TOGETHER WITH A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF WINTER GOODS, INCLUDING PORTIONS OF BRODIE' CONDER, AND TURNER'S STOCK, Which will be laid out at surprisingly Low Prices. The following list will give a very fair index of the decided nature of the bargains obtainable, and the hosts of novelties which have been introduced this season from English, Continental, and American manufacturers: Manchester and Furnishing Departments. 1 BALE AMERICAN FtANNEL, Sid per yard.. 3 CASES AMERICIANCALICO, 6s 11d, 7s 114, 8a 6d, and as 6d per doz . These calicoes'are of a beautifully soft finish, and renowned for their superi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

BIRTH. FRASER.-On the 4th inst., at the Manse, Terang, the wife of the Rev. S. Fraser, M.A., of a daughter. DEATH. M'DoNALD.-On July 4, Simon M'Donald, aged 20 years. The funeral will leave his mother's resi- dence, Camperdown Hotel, this day (Friday) at two o'clock.

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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

FR[DAY, JULY 6, 1877. ANT so the Hampden Shire Council are going to law again with the rate.payers money. Is there never to be an end of the late appeal cases, and of the Council's provokingly litigious spirit in connection with them ? Judge Rogers insisted on a reduction of the rates, which had been levied on the property of certain appellants, but the Council refuse to refund what he ordered to be repaid without another action at law. Having got the money, they are deter mined to stick to it, and will not even allow what they were over paid last year to go in abatement of the rates for this, on the plea that Judge Fellows said something in the Supreme Court some months ago, which cannot be found anywhere recorded. We are so thoroughly sjk of this matter that we have not patience to go into it as we otherwise should, but we must state, for general information, what took place at the June meeting of the Council, and what occurred at their meeting on Wednesday last in reference to it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

Special Advertisements. ALFRED KNOTT, Solicitor, Proctor, and Conveyancer, Commissioner far taking Allffidavits, LEURA-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Attendance at Terang and Mortlake on the usual court days. BRISCOE AND CO., W"OLESALE IRONMONGERS 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North MELBOURNE. t NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT RE DUC TION Previous to re-building. GEORGE GIBSON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to W\. R. Hii!), Supplies- Station medicine chests and sundries Halford's snake-bite syringes Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by return post. C(I,1 NS-STREET EAST, MELBOUI, NE BARKLY HOUSE A. PATI N, SFAMILY DRA t']l. iMOO1 IDUOL STR?EEi;T. ?r Iismrhig excuted, in tirst ela s stlce Tailoiring at lowest I,,icts, tit; guaranteed. I1ENS' AND iOYES' C'LOTIJII.~bI CARPETS, MATTINGS, & ' S FLOORCLOTHS. Stu i iVTi. S( PT' -T!EET. CA M ['E I)0W1. Solicitor, 'tectr, a;d Ccrvcrancer Mn~U:I...

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PRESBYTERY OF MORTLALE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

PRESBYTERY OF 1.ORTLALE. "At Mortlake on the 3rd dayof July the Pres bytery of Mortlake met by adjournment and was constituted. Sederunt--Revs S. Fraser Moderator ; S. Corrie, F. R. M. Wilson, J. Anderson, A. Robb, and J. Dykes. The minutes of meetings dated 4th April; 2nd May, and 29th May were read arid confirmed. With regard to the Heytesbury Mission, contributions were reported from the congre gations at Wickliffe, Mortlake, Terang, Kii noorat, and Camperdown. Messrs. Robb and Anderson explained that their Boards of Man agment were to hold their quarterly meetings very soon, and promised to lay before them the decision of the Presbytery relative to the mission and report the amounts collected by the end of the month. The clerk read certain correspondence which he had held with a view to securing a missionary for the Heytesbury district. He was instructed to write to the conveners of the Home Mis sion and to the secretary of the Bush Mis sion, asking their help in finding a suita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

Literature. THE With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAW'" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AiD FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THE OrtIC, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. SvnacnIrTnoic Per quarter.... , posted .. 7i GMW subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to tbat effect in writing,and on t?s payment of all arrears ADEveaTsRTaso Ordinary Adrertisements, per inch '.. 3s Per inch, per quarter .. .. 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in s?rted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they w ill be continued until countermanded, and charged. All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must be in writing, and should be sent in not later than mld-day.on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and .otch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac .. Mr. W. J. Green Pirronyaloak .. Mr. Macafee...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

GEELON(; STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELO.G, July 2. lMesrs. Bnckland and Burnett report : Fat Cattle-The trade fully supplied, only extra quality in demand, and these sold at extreme rates. We soId-10 fair quality light-weight cows, at L7 155, and 5 at market rates. Fat Sheep--Prices is d to s higher than la-t week. We sold 170 good quality medium weight cros- red wethers and ewes, at 161 and 14s tl, r e-pectively: 2W medium to good qutality sethers and eCvcs, at 2is for crossbred wethers, 13s for merino wothers, and =7 7d for ewes ; C- fair quality ,r,-e.bred wethere, at 12s; and 9) fair to g; I1 qualits er*'--ured ewes, at 15x. Total, 5.35. Fat Calve,- Vi Aold 5 at up to 30.. Fat Lambs-We sold 02 m?,lium quality, at 7~ and 1, good quality, at id d 5t-,re S;tck- We sold, in the yards, 2) head yearling calves, at from 2o tvo Is. GEELONG, July 2. Mlessrs George ?ynuut and Co. report: Fat Cattle-A thort supply, and prices equal to last week's Our -le were-27 head, bullocks, to LIS ; cow...

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MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, July 2 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLt..u T, July 2 lMte'r,. Etterhlunkl Ea;le.tlue i-C'o. report -Fat Cat!: -;: ht. were '-rired. inc!uding drOa fr,:i tL.e H . N"I L-ejk, Dr. Curnlie, andl Henry Phiiips, E... Ti' quily , f the -tttin-breds frontm the lion. Nick BEack w- ver 'tIerior, but. not quite equal in wesiht to tmte draindof the same. Keen competitiv: ru.ed at the sale of these, and the hi_,h estiman:in :r wahich this brand is held by the traie was chow n h te t plendiiJ av'er-e made, viz., L19 ls L -I, sellin trans LIT 5s to, L22 los per head. The latter peu.fe :l to the bid of Mr. R. Orr, Bride-street. Thu; mc.a Ot: .owed an improvement upon last week. and closed finm. The averages were:-The Hon. Niel Black, ~) bullocks, station-bred., L19 15s Cd; 60 bul lcks, stores, L13i ' 6d ; Dr. Curdie, 75 bullocks, LII s ; 9 cows, Li - 6i ; Henry Phillips, 65 bullocks ; 12 Sows, LS Is a4. We -old, for the Hon. Niel Black, '0 bullocks ?(tatiun-bred) N.B.'s and 60 bullocks (.tores), avera e ...

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HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 July 1877

HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL ORDINARY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1877. Present-Councillors Ower (president), Walker, Macdonald, Scott, Mackinnon, Curdie, Greeves, and Buchanan, MINUTES.   The minuties,of the last ordinary meeting held on the 9th June, were read and con firmed, on the motion of Cr. Walker, seconded by Cr. Macdonald. CORRESPONDENCE. From William Ower, Camperdown, apply ing for a ticket of admission to the Geelong hospital for J. L. M'Donald-Ticket issued as requested. From Thomas Picken, Camperdown, re questing that no money due to the estate of James Hornby, might be paid to any of the creditors until after the meeting of credit ors had decided the best course to pursue. --Read. From the . Assistant Surveyor-General notifying the holding of a Local Land Board at Camperdown, on July 19, and requesting the president's attendance. From the Secretary for Lands, intimating with reference to the council's request to be supplied with a copy of a plan showing the proc...

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. SATURDAY, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

BALLAlRAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MtARKET. Scarr DAY, June 30. T?e?eri. F. Vi'htiihan and Co. report : Thye a.mlunt oi tusieans in the produce market since our ha t relrti has been fair, but lacking animation. The supply of produce frr the week was about an aeareu fCr this -easou ui the year. Many farmers have Leen takic;' advantage ei the fine weather to get then tields oEwn. S me of the Western ones are just finishing. Breadsituffi are still slow of sale, and very little doing at the rills. Hay and potatoes have been much more o-nsp.icuous in the market than grain, but the latter is as equal to the demand. tuotatini.s :-Flour, Lit; wheat, 7s ; oats, 4s to 4s 2d; Cape barley, 43: English, 4s uid; manger hay, L3 5i to L4 5s; sheaves, L; 5i to L3 1- y1l; wheaten straw, Li 15s to L2; oaten, L2 to L 15s ; potatoes, L1I 15s to L2; ca ruts, L1 15 to L2 ; rye grass seed, 5s; bone du-t, L. ,

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PROPOSED SHEEP TAX. ARGUS, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

PROPOSED SHEEP TAX. ARGUS, JULY 3. In discussing the proposed sheep tax which has been suggested as a retaliatory measure against the quarantining .of Vic torian stock at the Murray, the New- South Wales press appears to misconceive. the position occupied by this colony as regards the eradication of scab, and the official mind is probably no better informed. We are glad to learn that the New South Wales (Government intends to modify the obnoxious regulations, Ibut what we want is their entire abolition, and this we believe would be granted if all the circumstances \vere thoroughly apprehended. As the previous existence of scab amongst our flocks has been the cause of the whole difficulty, we think it advisable to make a plain statement of the facts of the case. The SydneUy ?lorntng Herald, w0ith an imperfect knowledge of what has been. dot:e in this colony, admits that the strict qlilratilcn regulations which exist are not nlow necess:ary, but comments on the fact that Victoria has ...

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ENGLISHMAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

Leaves Lolndi LeavuiLondol r Arrives Via Southam!'tt~ |'ia Brindisi. at 31elltiurue. Jm Jnaryy . Jannars . 19 March . " 6 February . s Fengruar 16 April '. March . . Mardchl . 16 May . • ,9 Apri . 5 \pril . 13 May . la1 . . 3 May . 11 June. - May 31 Julie . S July . . June . July . 6 4Augst . . July . . , Aun t :n September. Aý::?'-t . 23 Augtu t "3 Octoher. :6 9cltennber !u neatrt 2'e Nove.. her . Otclber . 1 tober• I)ecne'er . I1 Nolv- ler .15 Sweber "3 Jauuary,1T78 S D)ectmLer 1" December 21 February . 5 Fmot tco t t. Leave Arrives London Arrive3 at London 3ctlbournc? Ia Brindlisi. ?Via Southampton ]Janlry, . ..larc i . -12 March . . 19 Febrary ... Aiprii . April . . . 16 Marvh . MayI . 7 3ay . . . 14 April . . 1 June 4 June . . . 11 May . . - 15 IJul . . 2 July . . . Jn •.• t 2, July . . 50 August 6 Ju' . . 190 Auust . 27 September . 3 A+'ust . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 2 October . . 29 Octcter . 4 November 19 November . 26 November 1 December 17 Decem...

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