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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. SNEW SOUTH WALES. S?,ExT, July 7. Tlhe bedy of a woman has been found near Braidwood, supposed murdered. A man found drowned at Newcastle has been identified as a son of Mr. Abrahams, chemist, of Sydney. The A.S.N. Company have purchased the French steamer Gunga for £19,000. The China, which left to day, took gold and specie to the value of £223,000. A large sale of slab tin has been umade at £fl advance. At Mr. Lazar's benefit to-night there was a crowded house, and a gold locket and pen 'il ease were presented to the beneficiaire. The weather is fine. SYDssY, July 6. It is stated in political circles that the Opposition had arranged, when the Electoral Bill was tabled, to force it on in opposition to the Government, but their tactics leaked out prematurely, and hence Sir H. Parkes's Ministerial statement. Inq'ee Assembly to-night the seat of the hon ...lember for Northumberland was declared vacant. The Northam, with the first shipment of Mort's fresh beef, cl...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

SOU'TH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July. 9. .- The steamer Lubra has been got off. The vintage returns show that the result is 50,000 gallons less than last .year. The luncheon to Mr. Thonas King, of theLSouth Australian Adrcrtiser, wvasw:ll attended to-night, and some good speeches were .made.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LONDON, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

EUROPEAN 1'TELEGRAMS DIRECT. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH.. (aE?trsT'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LoNDON, July 7. Money is easier. The bank rate is 2. per cent. Australian securities are buoyalit. Wheat is quiet; Adelaide, at 64s. to 66s. ; New Zealand, 60s. Copper is unchanged. Tin is quoted at £68. Arrivals: Winifred and Yeritas, from Melbourne ; Marlborough, Loch Tay, and Decapolis.

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GOVERNMENT TELEGRAM. RUSSIAN DEFEAT IN ASIA. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

GO VEREINMEN'T TELEGRAM. By SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH, (FROM TILE AGENT-GENERAL.) RUSSIAN DEFEAT IN ASIA. LONDON, July 6. . The Russians- have been severely de feated in Asia, and are said to have fallen back to Araxes Valley (probably Eupprated Valley). The attack on . aBitoum is as yet unsuccessful. THE RUSSIANS AT THE BALKANS. LosDos, July 6. 'A hundred anud tvwenty thousand Rus sians have passed the Danube,: with an . immense train of artillery. 7.. he Russian niaiii force is south of Barbadagh, and the Russian- cavalry are scouring the country to the foot of the Balkans.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

NEW -SOUTH WALES: SYDNEY, July 9. On the passage of the steamer City of Adelaide a passenger named Se well died from epilepsy. The Electoral Bill was introduced into the Assembly to.night. Sir H. Parkes said that the number of members would be increased to 102. The second reading was fixed for . Wednesday fort night. It was also stated to-day in the Asseinbly that a small provision had been made for the various railway exten sions.

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ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP "KENT." [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

OF THE STEAMSHIP "1 KENT." The Kent arrived in. Sanur.. English papers to the 17 T:h lMa, th,: , seven days later, and the M u]iunllic ', are full of extracts iro:n the?,, ari:ti.":!:: , relating to the war in the .:-. But, af', closely examinning thii. we :,u1 - what interest they ar. se. t, we ''a news from the seat of w.;:-, tr t.. t : f .,. . that is, nearly two nto .:h- !it : the telegrams dirct, n : 1: papers. that we have n?ov t i .i ^ .

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MELBOURNE. Saturday, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

A EL 1 , UL NE. FROM OUR owN ai Eft' 1't:!1. Saturdiay, .h i. I suppose you have heard that the Cabinet have put, so far as thev are ra. cerued, the finishing touch tLhe fl:i Construction Bill, and that th,:y V:ll Ih ready to go on with it on Tu,.,la , t Whether the extension of the line to t'ara" perdown is now in the l,ill or i. t, I ca t,;8t say, but it was when Mr. W,.,bl ,uln.itted it, and I hear, privately, that \Ir. I:;rryýrsd Mfr. Longmore intended to sutilrt it, ,o that you have a chance, and a o.l, one Your member has male two .r: .;~ i-,kes already this session, and Ihe i,,. to make more before it is much 1i. ?l i..i.& No. I was his determination to i'ut a stop ti the appearance of agents at the La d :sle on behalf of selectors, and . , i,: r, to allow selectors to imortiga.e: i . But he will have to abandion after having put himself in a fa? , ti;, with those whom he was profsinug to s re Hte has also made statcements in tlh: Iiy'ia on the road question. which hl...

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. THE BRITISH FLEET AT BESIKA BAY. LONDON, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

THE WAR IN THE EAST. BY SUB?MALRNE TELEGRAPH.) REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS I'' TIIE AUS TRALIAN ASSOCIATED PREss. THE BRITISH FLEET AT BESIKA BAY. Los ODO, July 6. The British squadron was ordered to Besika Bay because it was found ceiivl nient to issue instriuctions through Mr. Layard, the ambassador at Constantinople for England. SACKING OF SISTOVA. LosuDo,.July 6. The Bulgarians have sacked'Sistova. DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS AT BIELA. Lo?Dos, July 7. A Turkish official despatch states that after twelve hours' fighting at Biela, on the 5th inst., the Russians were defeated with heavy loss, ard were compelled to fall back. - Sulieman . Pasha, with the Turkish troops, is marching.nn the Danube. , GREAT TURKISH VICTORY IN ASIA. LONDON, July 5. An official Turkish despatch reports that a battle took place at Kara-Kalissa on the 2nd inst., resulting in the com plete defeat and almost annihilation of the enemy, besides the capture of.:im mense booty. The Russians have also been driven from ...

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TRANTER [?] BOWKER TO THE EDITOR OF THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

----- ----' TO THE EIlToO T W:Hs: 411 . SIn,- As defendant in the:at rt .e,v n Thursday last, uy nmouth wa.' t;?ua. : I was unable to say a word in eC.lvan Si , the true circumstance-s f the ncas.. I understand, hIlwever, li-h?:u citl sources, that an irmpre-Aiou pirevails, n ?:ar ally enough, amongst certain oif thIt P in the district, with whin I am n, p-.t ally ac-luainted, to the edffect that the :3 more in the matter than a' i.e: ?il t,: t:h? hearing, and this i:mpresion? so far as I cIui gather is not at all in my faior. Allow me, therefore, to say t3at tl a matter is capable of a most simple explan1. .tion, and one that, if gone" iunt, c-ul o..t fail to exonerate me to'the satisfaction of the most scrupulous person. I can only regret that, as the complainant ri'tleis at has all his " goods, chattels and eftct' :: the other side of the MuTrray;' I hall i:ave no opportunity of lemlstrating my i'?' cence in as public a manner as that In r-. : thie charae was brought aga.-r c In"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

Drapery GREAT BARGAINS, . TOGETHER WITH A M lAGNIFICE T DISPLAY WINTER GOODS, IfCL-DrNG IET1TONS OF BRODIE' CONDER, AND TURNER'S i STOCdK, defAed nren r,< tae t ;::satie, jnd abe n's i wraid-es wsib-; bi e Ien -tAnde this ieason "rea EE-ýn.± lke(- Ca:, +r.i .&"me n M)racheraer aznd utr.i:"sng Department4 d I BALE AM.-ICA" FLe'-EI.,L .-d p-e -i : 3 CA2.SfAMERIC.N CALIOJ .114, Ii 1idi , [, sai, W A 4 ? r d -oz* ;,Ž ..' , ?e b,-r y' . SSc ii;3'. !i rE -cmId f, reeiln-t?ez' wax; no ca.IicO "-ors - h ye . r-- . =Ln-e. - 4 za- Et ?i-RL Ii rO-i rA? ? ad, iil , ýý i=4 S3 i1.ge he.,r mt-,tre a?..i;el, enra ' . Is GiEti, 1., - is, -an2d Bsd r u zTL, tbe tso f~.e^s f 5, ljaBesn eraa2r'ie :Mc-m TniWLLSHEETING,! Li:m~' n t- b?'z ): h? --er ne'. an jXaseoi The atbs e ,-a: 'rc'. sed rr=tfieIy L "-- the V'7- ;e-r aye r:;- Seml -a : s r4- j Sd GREE CALICJES, tfl? 7 d n2 sit, :"3 a i per- yard; al leE than= voredit S:l- C'-e sa. =eahes, ice. to 3c&ude t ' cfns' HoBOCKES, L ...

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For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTE[?] OF THE CASTLE. [?] SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XXIX.—A. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

pO :i l o1JO n'fl.l c |he MISTEYZ S OF THE CASTLE. Or the .=. : -.: ENSATIONUAL TORY. d r C -i X IXiX--. s:-'.JSrZ r~~u-2i rei 1 1 -5. -j. " S<', .-=- *n.- i ethi v- " r" " hr:dcal .d lose tha.: i I he.'^ ^ri:-,- Co- :>u. -arhd as Ia L tr it at,-: i rr e, ?,r.I srm-, ' .ehind th~e 0A- *:*--' i :- -» :r. euiii I me my -A' "r: w?o--u'e - alion i.a k en wide f i rI '-- -i --ben h ,a hean [ i T Cp-my c: li ac-'unt'. behind the h-eaT aL-k. dTraetrife-, 7hdo-w-y frrm horer I - y fa r, my moitier, Hcirmaun, EupSnie, I my5l. -. ' SWha: hid b co - of ;dl the magnis- i cwecie and .ple(tdor iithat had formerly i been displaved in this court-yard 1 The -men ad maid servsants now moved about l 'sithn noi :e;s- step; the equipages which for?-ceri- -.-od uresfor the entrance had i i di" pipe-red, and :" e wild vines. whoe i div t:un- overhung the eaes and were jis [puttin:- forth th-eir nirst green buds, i aeiei to in elike thie bughs of a weeping wilow.a I should have died to, if I ...

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GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

CG IIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION 1MAlKET>. 3MELBOURNE, JulT 5. M)l rc-. Lord and IHughes report : In the market for breadstuffs only a very moderate amount of business has been transacted. The close of the half-year has no doubt to solme extent checked operatioins, and sincethe commencement of the mouth an iecrecsed demand it., sprung up. Wheat.-Sales of small lines have been made at 7s 5d to 7T 6d per bushel, but holders evince no anxiety to sell at these rates At presetit there is a good demand, and all lot- ,tfnr:ine meet with ready sale at above quotations. Flour -Transacti ins, exsept for actual trade require merts, have been very limited, and prices have sEi:ghtly declined. To-day at auction L15 17s td was refi?-ed ifr :i faiurite country brand. Oats.--In on sequr.nce of aIvices romi New Zealand the market is ti:mer. Sal, s are inakin at 3 dlto4s for Tasmanian, and 3s 11 4 t for New Zealand. Barley.-Ex treme luhne-s continuen to characterise the market (;iid 'ianltinsg snplcs m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

£.. 1 REWAIID. STRAYED, from Camperdown Park, DARK BROWN[ FILLY, with white face and white points, branded H on near shoulder. Whoever will bring the same to Mr. W. JoHssTos, Scott-street, Camper. down, will receive the above reward. SHIRE OF HAMPDEN. REVISION COURT. NOTICE is hereby given that in accordance with section 80 of the "' Local Govern ment Act of 1874 " the Council of the Shire of Hampden, will sit as a Revision Court, in the Shire Hall, Manifold-street, Camper down, at 11 o'clock, a.m. on Saturday, the 14thinst. for the purpose of REVISING the VOTERS' LIST for the several ridings of the Shire. WILLIAM OWER. President. Shire Office, Camperdown, July 5th, 1877. SHIRE OF HAIPDEN. NOTICE TO DEFAULTING RATE. PAYERS. T AKE NOTICE that LEGALPROCEED. INGS will be taken to recoverall OUTy STANDING RATES, after Thursday, the lth inst. ; GEORGE HARRISON Rate Collector. Shire Offices, Camperd'oun July 5th, 187& FREEHOLD PROP3UTIE. W M. FERGUSSONhas for PRIVATE * SALE freeho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

Special Advertisements. " SPECIAL: C i ARING BALE C IAT Ii CHEAPSIDE HOUSE. i J. M. TULLOCII, Begs to anuounce that in consequence r or the general l)epression in Busi. ness he has purchased iruin the importers, at less than manufacturers cost, £,3000 WORTH, OF GENERAL DIRAPERY I AND CLOTHIING. Whichb, togethar with his previous large and \\'ell-Assorted Stock, amounting to over £10,000, he has resolved to offier at such tXTRE MELY REDUCED Pt.IUCES as cannot fail to effect an IMMEO)1ATE CLEARANCE. our space being limited, we are com. pelled to offer large qxantities of goods FAR B3ELO\W VALUE, in order to make room tur New Goods now coming weekly to hand. Therefore, we co6nideutly say that we will, now and for the future, show the BEST VALUE in Geelong, as the following list will show. LOOK AT THE PRICES. Silk and Dress Department. In this department we are enabled by the above purchase to offer a large quantity of goods tar below the first cost. 500 yards Black Glace, 2s 3d 300 do ...

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MR. J. S. ELRINGTON AND PROFESSOR PEARSON. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

JiR. J. S. ELK JGTOU" AND PRO FESSOR PEARSON. We have not yet seen the Mlelbourne Review containing Mr. Elkington's paper on Professor Pearson's land tax speculations, but Saturday's Argus thus notices it:-In the article, entitled "An Historical Glance at the Land Question," by Mr. J. S. Elking ton; lecturer on history at the University, Professor Pearson's flimsy falacies respecting the-Land question are torn to tatters in a ruthless; though gentlemanly style by the writer, who convicts the professor of ignor ance arid inconsistency, and administers to him the following dignified rebuke :-" No fairer opportunity ever fell to man'slot than has fallen to .Professor Pearson's of doing a brave part to 'el?ate and refine the political manhood of his adopted land. That oppor tunity has been grievoi6sly isused; and for him there'is no excuse, He could have done with eminent credit to himself the little that only the best can do to lighten the load of superstitions that degrade and afflict...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

DEATH. M'KENZIE.-On the 3rd inst., at Terrinallum Station, Annie Isabella, the dearly be- loved daughter of Robert and Eleanor M'Kenzie, aged 15 months.

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MR. LONGMORE, THE BANKS, AND THE SELECTORS. YESTERDAY'S ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

Mir. LONGMORVE, THE BASKS, A'D THE SELEC''TORS. YESTERDAY'S ARGUS. At the'invitation of the Minister of Lands, the representatives of most of the leading banks carrying on business with selectors, met Mr. Longmore in his room at the Lands office on Saturday morning, to afford him an opportuhity of hearing their views onr o the subject of riortgages on selectors' leases The banks represented at the conference ivere the Union, the London Chartered, the e Bank of Victoria, the National, the Bank of Australasia, the Oriental, the Colonial, and the City of 1Melbourne, and there were also representatives present of some of the assurance companies interested in the sub ject. The presence of the press at the con ference was deemed undesirable by tVe Minister, but we have been enabled to gather some particulars of what took place. Mr. Longmore, after thanking the a bankers for complying with his request I to meet him, delivered a kind of address o to them, in which he said that it- had been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

Literature. THE "tantpobo Qtbrotkl" With which "The HAMPDEN GUAIDIAN' Is ihoorporated IS PtJBLISHED TsI AY b ibA!, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS MANIFOLD.STREET, CAMPERDOWN. ui sn olo r quarte .. ... a . dcrl rs ca only dicontinue at the u o a auarter, on a notice to that elect In wrlting,ud o the payment of all ? rears . . ADVOna se Odidnry Advertisementi, per inch F.. s Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15e A ebndderble reduction if advertisemnmt are ml eertd fora lengthened period. .Advertisement must specify upon the hoe ad them the number of time they are to be Lrt l o they will be continued natil ountene aded, sad dei. All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdeawal of advertisements, must be in writing, and should be a?et in not later than middey.on Mondays mad atialday. AGENTS Mabottrne .. .. Meeas. Gordon mad oktch nl~lrt .. .. Mr. W. Gooch *ileng .. Mr. Henry Franks Cole . .. Mr. W. . Green Treyaloak .. Mr. Macafee Tamg .. .. Mr. M. Lang bdean .. Mr. James Bishop and .. Mr....

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

MELBOlUT.NE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELEBOURNE, July 4. M]eosr:. king andl Ca n lluinghar report: F.,: Ct -ttle-1.1, t head drawn for. Pricesquiteequal :,, !,-t weLk a hih.-et rates ; prime quality selling at ,i.;hlbr r.:t,. -ay lits per head. Our sales were-14 tr:Ai ck-: ..'t,, averaging L9 Ss d ; and IT to L13 2s 1. ?, ?., Ls Is 5d. F"t Cdves.-About 70 to ,. :it. c: o,! d ur prinme. All soldat satisfactory rat;-. ;. r ! to quality. Fat Sheep.-The number i: t I. - n_' i:ding ti. - ot from Riverina. We :cte--G ;..i mt.r.no wether-, 15s to 16s ; middling, 1'. t,; 1 d; ea d merino ewes, 9s to 11s; middling, S rime ri. uss-bred wethers, 20s to 27s . .. , prime cros-bred ewes, 1S to 23s; i - . I ;; others in proportion. Our sales . - I:.' mnxed -heep, 'TS merino wethers, 27 · --! red an? n me n eii- r ethetr, and ~0 crossbred tiw f: Ia!ntls.-Only a rmall number in- viz., .--a:, i pri-a - ruled higher, say, prime, 9s tolls tid ,., n to i- r d; others in proportion. We sold 6k priue, _2r, oth:e...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877

MA RI KETS. MIELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND hTIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE , July 1. Yesar.? P. B. Curtain and (o. rtport: During the market week which termin:,te u:tdr pre sent date, we have to rep ,ri., ,l ill urther :dvnce in the line u, -heepsk. .... ;.: eltinut?l .I , llne. in hides and tallow. 'I lt .ctttilivue of buyers re!niins full and con,..i:t. Wee bre :ld a conciderable quantity o .cleep- klu-s. r.gti, irm, 4. t' to ;s 3d; lambskims are in sp.ci!ll gsi tl .m:tlnd, from .'s 6l. to ';s ld: ; dry t?ee!lkin il e quote from 5i to 61d per lb. Ilide.-Aith.u-'h trlwtt we have made excellent averaze p.i? fri-le Te to :i? i: green ox-hides, ctlfskils, Id ; . dii diits Victurian salted, 3-d to 4;d per lb: New Z7A.tlai doti, from 51 t5o ,: dc,. Kan iaro, ki .ts- Are -till heavy ill their nmrket move menlt:, godl -kins may be prI;ed at 10d per lb. Tallow--t las rot ii:pr--ved, ait.l remains still at last week's ldprepscl r;a:-, we h.ve di-lised ofa fair quiantity a: the riuiin gtigure-, ea fol...

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