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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (tUSTriALIAN .SSOCtIATE) t'l:EaS TELEI;RA.Ms) (By ELECTRT' TLLE;RAPIL.) LATEST iNTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, July 9. The Chief Secretary was unable to at tend the banquet given at Clunes this evening. Conmmander Colonel Bro,oke Mande rille, R.S., has been appointed to the command of the Cerberus. Negotiations have been ra-opened up - with the Messrs. Green for a Cape service. The railway connecting Oakleigh with Melbourne will, it is stated, cost £246,000. Lieutenant Colonel Hill, who arrived by the steamship Kent, goes to Tasmania as private secretary to Governor Weld. He was aide-de-camp to General Cameron in New Zealand. The Town Hall was crowded to excess to-night on the occasion of the Rer. Dr.: Sommerville's lecture.
The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 July 1877
TUESDA Y, JULY 10, 1877. THE Hampden Shire Council is-to be congratulated on one thing, on its ab stention from any such perverted action on the " closed roads" question, as some understood to be required in the 399th section of the Local Govern meat Act. This did not arise from any predominance of the squatting or landowning element in the Council, but from a conviction in the minds of the so-called " liberal" members that it was too difficult a matter to be safely meddled with. Whilst some other councils, therefore, were declaring that I all the roads in the colony, whether required for public traffic or not, must be thrown open, and kept open, on and after the 1st of January last, the Hampden Shire Council observed, for the most part, a discreet silence on the subject, and thus showed their wisdom. They went no fur ther, at any rate, than to seek .in formation from the Lands Department -which they never got--and to accede to the applications of some few of the landowners for perm...
For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XXX.—SIR ARTHUR'S REVELATION. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
cln, TII- °th MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. fie ________ _ astc A NEW SENSAT[ONAL STORY. -1 eC.Arr'TE XXX. - sir aurit'R'S REVItLA- ill TI:oN. ta (Continued.) m11 Scarcely wa.s I in the open air when I felt as if 1 nmust shriek my brother's name aloudi. but iterrr stided my voice. Pi It seemed as if I were wandering through a th churchyard at night. A dread of spirits, such as I had experienced in miy child= ii hood, overp?ti relid Iit... The convent sti appeared gslilke, rt1 e ifr.grance of the C flowers the prioress s carefully cherished, mould, and ynde'.-i in the avenue of maples ph:iutis were wandering. fo And yet I now eIare'ied for them in vaind. 1 succeedid in findiing a hiding place under a weeping ash that grew in the centre of a patch of turf, and here a threw back my h.,lod':; the heat seemed ii suffocating. I minst let the night air d cool my face. I C-'i I to the trunk of sf the tree, and str:uiic my eyes to pierce the gloom. Tin ua ,.li ht wore a glint mering v.i w: l w b ...
TORRES STRAITS' MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) COOKTOWN, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
TORRES STRAITS' MAIL; (?UsTRALIAN ASSOCUATED PRESS TILEGRAMS) CooIfow-, July 10. The Normanby, with the Torres Straits mail, arrived here at nine o'clock last night and is due at Townsville at daylight to- mor. row She has been refused pratique. The fdllowing is her passenger list :-For Ctok town : 126 Chinese. For Sydney-Monsieur De La Forest, Mrs. Brown, Mr. W. B. Mitchell and twenty-four Chinese. For Melbourne-Mr. M. Smith. The cargo in cludes the following :-For Sydney: 300 boxes tea, 1430 bags ,ice, and the usual sun. dries. Fr Melhbourne: 2100 boxes tea.
SALE OF HUNTERS AND CARRIAGE HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
SALE OF HUXTEIS AND CARRI 4GE \Iessrs. M'Culloch. Campbell and Co. hceld their annual sale on Tuesday, of Linde now horses, from the station of Mr. Alex ander Smith, Bairnsdale :-The following are names of buyers and the prices realised : -Chesnut mare, by Talleyrand, 34; guineas, Mr. 1:usty; grey colt, by Talleyrand, 28 guineas, Mt. A. Foster br.,wnu entire colt. Trumpe:r, by Smuggler, 70 guineas, NMr, Johnson-Boe ; bay colt. Sandlhurst Colt, -Mr. Dowling ; bay colt, by Smuggler, i4 guinea, MIr. F. C. Klemm; brown colt. by Smuggler. 24 guineas, Mr. Smart; brown colt, by Prince, 42 guineas. Mr. E. Weeks; bay colt by Ptiace, 38 guineau , Mr. Van rena:º ; bay colt, by Smuggler, 20 guineas, Sir. Glasscock; bay colt, by Prince, 36 guineas, Mr. C. Lynott: bay colt, by Prin-e 20 guineas, Yr. r1. Lennox; brown colt, by, Prnnce, 17 guineas, Mr. Kelly; chesnut colt, by Prince, 20 guineas, 5Melbonrl.e Omnibus Company; black colt, by Smug. gler, 71 guineas; Mr. H. Smith j brown colt, by Smuggl...
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AlELAIDE, July I1. Notice has been gienii in both Hoiises for the P. and 0. steamers to call at the Sema phore instead of Glenelg. Mr. King has given notice in the Assembly for the, intrbdiiction of a bill protecting colonial authois. The carriages foi the Notwood Tramway have arrived from Niw Yoil. A sale of 15,00) bushels.of wiat iikbeen made at 7s Qdid ain 2QOb bushels at 7s 7d. _the market is firm. Towri flour lias been sold at £17 15s. The ships Fleur de Maurise and Hannah Nicholson are loading breadstuffs for South Africa. ADELAIDE, July 10. A Supply Bill has been passed by the Council, but the members of that Chamber decline to proceed with any farther business until the matter in coinnection *ith the erection of fiew Parllantint Hiouses has been submitted to them. The City Council has decided to communi cate with MAr. Clark, G.E., now in Sydney, on the subject of the water and drainage questions. The Lobethal Woollen and Tweed Factory was opened yesterday. T...
QUEENSLAND. TOWNSVILLE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
QUEE1NSLAND. Tows'ritta, July 11. The Torres Sttaits mail steamer Nor. manby had four eases of Asiatic Cholera during the passage, terminatiig fatallj. The last death occurred' one day during the present month. -The steamer has been ordered into qtiarantiisd. BRISBANE July, 10. The Government, in commiitee of the Assembly on the Railway Reserve Bill, escaped defeat by the casting vote of the Chairman, whose vote was challenged and referred to the Speaker. The Speaker said the chairman had a right to vote according to his conscience, but usage directed him how he should vote. The Premier moved that the Chairman leave the chair. The Govern ment would consider their position with re gard to the bill. The bill as a whole was of more importance than. any psrticilar ciuse. The house then adjourned. The operationsof the Peak Doins mine are drawing to a close. Ti~enty of the miners have eigaged to go to Noumea. The Star of the East ketch resumes her voygage to New Guinea to-morroir. CookTow...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. S?DNEY, July 11. In the Assembly to-night the Treasurer stated that the Government would cease at the end of the year to collect tolls that can be abandoned without legislation, leaving the remainder to be abolished by a comprehen. sive act dealing fully with the whole road and municipal legislation. Owing to the delay caused by damage to the frozen meat apparatus, the agents of the Northam have resolved to despatch the vessel to London without waiting to receive the meat. The working staff t., attend to the freezing machinery go on with the vessel to test the power of maintaining the neees. sary temperature, and will come back next trip, so that .a shipment may be made on the vessel's return trip to London. Rain commenced last night, and has appa rently set in. The Murrumbidgee Turf Club has ap. pointed Mr. Scarr as handlicappar. A laborer named Joseph Lewes fell over the C:udtonia Wharf to-night while drunk, and was drowned. The rain continue...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
A TST'RALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAX ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH). LA,\TEST INTELLIGENCE. MiaRot?'?, July 12. Two men were artrsted to-day charged with having house-breaking im plements in their possession. They are supposed to belong to a gang who have committed several robberies recently. 1 deputation to-day waited upon the C'ununimisioner of Railways and asked that rai hvay muiht be constructed fromnt eath ,twa, ';,rtl Whroo, to Slhepparton. Mr. Wos,,, however, held out no hope. Thlre is no political news to-day, and ev?rl-thling is quiet. The Port Darwin line was restored io day Th., Hobart T(,own Parliament was oponlld to-day, Dr. Butler being elected Ql]:akr. The Governor's speech will be :m? -r r__inrow.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE RUSSIANS AT BIELA. LONDON, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
E?RLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE RUSSIANS AT BIELA. LoDbox, July 9. The R1issiah defeat at Biela is not con firmned. Accordinig to a Rlussian despatch the Russiaii dcthpiid Biela on the 5th TiE RELIEF .OF KARS. Losnow, July 9. :.Ao.r Adi.ing tio a&Tiukisli depapitch , iukh thr Pasha has restoed communication with Kars. THE RUSSIANS IN ASIA. Los7Dox, July 9. Russian unofficial accounts ascribe the Russian retreat in Armenia to the num ber of the Turkish forces having been tit derrated, and also to the operating coluinis being inadequate for the pur poses attack. S URKS AT THE BALKANS. Los?DoN, July 9. It is 'elieved that Abdul Kerim Pasha will act on the defensive in the fortresses in the vicinity.of.the Balkans.
THE CAMPERDOWN BRASS BAND TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
THE CAPLZPE.D,, iiD_," 54if .Y" TO TI L2DIT,. OF TiE 1C . L+.. Sir,--tbI er-inn . i ettr in ..ur ::p -htrt time Sg IT r?f?rt:e :2 t1.he : : . . dwa band, and e.= z no reply i? - :z locl h?ani mater, I pro+rme ::e "bprr- it.u entirely falltn thr:zgh, co:nscetl y ::.1 :. stn:aments reierred L sI.hL'i bt4 atin. i r ! money refnnlde t: the .?bsenb-., :e.:e- of alowing them to pil fir the -:n:; I uie.-Ycurs t ., ANOTHER SUBSCRIBEE Cnmpcrdown, July 12th, 1577.
WARRNAMBOOL. WARRNAMBOOL June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
SARR SAM BtUL. (rox' Ot owc co rr.rrRONOr.n-. W as .YAI1ooL. J ne 23. There is a grand bazaar to take place here in 1579 in aid io funds to impirore tne Churth of England building which reinires much : be done to it make i: lcvk worthy of the town and to keep place with architectcurd improvements springing up in all dire:. tions. The impression about here is that Mr. Longaore is making a Paul Pry and a f,:lA of himself in attemienag '"to kindle fian. Cial fire with snow" by trying to diver: capital from its legitimate e tur.e Another of our oldest residents hba j -t joined the great majority, where, as Lord Bacn says " envy is extiinuis ed. ' I i: fer to Mrs. 'DoweIll who was 27 years: i when the crest battle of \iterl: ~ a* io:zht, and who arrived in \'l araitn b.t the year of the great French ltrpubi: : 1SIS. She was telated to the Sbne'-a family, and was nan ers dly re.s !te.l. creferring to? old resideats, a pr found cal:ulator with modern cuteaesý, , .: fields of cautioes enter...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
Keating's Cough Lozenges, CO3IPOSED of the purest articles These Lozenges contain no opium, nor any deleterious drugs therefare the most delicate can takc them with perfec confidence. Their beneficial effect is speedy and cer tain: This old unfailing family remedy is daily recom mended by the most eminent Physicians for the cure o COvEnS, ASTZXA, URONCHZTIS, ACOC MLATION OF PILEG3. COPY OF TESTIMONIAL. Mr. T. KEATIF.. Indian Medical Service. Dear Sir,--Ilaving tried your Lozenges in India, I have mnch pleasure in testifyhng to their heneficial effects in cases in Incipient Consumption, Asthma, and Bronchial Affections. I have prescribed them largely, with the best results. WI. B. G- , Apothecary, H.ILS. KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES are prepared by TiuoAus KEislso, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, and sold by all Chemists, in boxes, and tins. Keating's Bon Bons or Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both in appearance and taste, furnishing a most agreeable method of administcrinz t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
,7i W. TAIT, SCOTT STI' ET, CA\ P E R? DOW \V N. T. IIANOOCKi, Solicitor, YýttVr, at& Conveyancce a M1UtRAr-ttnE T, CouLAt. f Attendauce oi :,,idattL ;:, -duesdavs. t and Fridays. CAMTPE?IDOT N SKATIN?G RINK. . MEETING of M3EMBERSof the above . Club rill ib hved at the Mechanics' j Institute, on Friday evening next, 13th inst., at 8 o'clock. Terri e`pires 28th inst; R. Hl. HYPE; Hon. See. TENDERS. rIENDERS are called for to CLBAR I FALLEN TIMBERIt on Mount Noo- I rat Station. with bullock teams, at so much I per acre, and to burn the same, either in - beips, or in pits. JOHN SMITH, 6th July, 1877. Mount Noorat, NIOTICE. A NY PERS)N or persons TRESPAS SING in my paddocks, at West Bank; with dogs, will be YROSECUTED with the utmost rigor of the law. Poison laid in said paddocks. JAMES MACONOCHIE. West Bank, Taaraak, 7th July, 1877. £1 REWARD. STRAYED, from Camperdown Park; SDARK BROWN FILLY, with white face and white points, branded H on near shoulder. Whoever will bring the s...