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SUMMARY OF NEWS. LONDON, May 25 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
SUMMARY OF NEWS. LONDON, May 25 The Prince of Wales's son has passed his examination as a naval cadet. ThePrnce visited. t'ortsnxouth, and witnessd some important torpedo experiments. Midhat Pasha his arrived in L.rndon. The change in the Frencu Ministry is re garded with much distavor and suspicion as a clerical Uftlanonttale triumph tott a:y and Gernany. Major Gltreral Sc'ekolictf. on the Czars st4i, was ouuid,.td when ten ,tnuitring nuar Kars. General Mlrlikotf re:i rt; 4 he Russian ca?p ture of Ardahan with in aeniis I ssofactillery and stores Iy the 'l'.rks. ''Tiwe ty-Iive Krupps were captuted. F urteeu b.iatal:ous of Turks were taken prisoners. An adutir able fire of artiitery -peetlily mady a bre,?ec in the walls. T.Ie i'urk lied when the assault took pl.tce, leaving a great number of dead. The Turkl-h curnmundutit nhas been ordered b-,,re a e urt-um.rtial for not offriung a better resi:-tance. Sir James Cochrane has retired fr;m the Chief-Justiceship ut Git.ralter, after ior...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
MELBOU RT LIVE STOCK MARKET. 31ELBOrCES , July 11. MeIa? R. ershank, Eaglestone d ana report -Fp attle-1,152 forward for this market, a large pror"tn of which consisted of good useful beef. r~' was a ull attendance of the trade, and biddinr were brisk, althouzh last week's prices were Smaintained. Prime pens bulnlck brourht r,014 3 .s to Li '? 1; o'xJdo,1 from Ll lOs to S.o-; middli~g and inferiir ,fro.u L; ia- pwards, t Sheep-Ma3rket tupplie' aith 22.tC5 hich ir ,-uded alarge proportoao of gad and prime quality mutton, and one lot of 61000 Queensland sheep. The market, on account of the full supply, was the dullest sevntcris fcr soametinte. and Prices 'of all der ip. 3-a:~ 3 e: - u 1ctLt :3- L71 a, it 1 ,= .zt jl~i-i~ ccaiE rjfrt· Jis~L-t, lx tlr~ r FLri; L -b4-l 4g .:ze Pzimxs d u µ .z;,r 1 r tam thi i iL : hi; A few ce -i pemA tr.1tSr ; cC :S ..=~.r»,fct=:Otj-ol i , ~r~~3 1=2~i~~i ~L cii TF45 l
MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW AND HIDE MARKET. 1MELCE.ous, July 11. *ir. i. B. Ca-ain andd Co, report: D i=-; i-s T-eE o V-1iL im1proveva hmi tc '-?'. s~ an*h s 2ha, ter retanir taien & s :'i& i=pwod- it =, iai w (are 5.t __-_a e =21: p,- 25 i r i r3' E =, tlll. U d ovor 't- s t e s eRe - --en*- b ii-iisi seiil it~asce5 fcQ hi-h &al43, reparn htide ai:-aid I3ailrcid 0.^r-hid 5-Weh v;&s: Ufc.- 3 ;ý -i , j r lb; 2l-- cat-AE-, ith a tt*- J : t-e ^lst r.t grijer-luea:, s Iip-i ito *ii-rf-f t. Zel»- "i il\ tFsid to 5L:, wisn L^i" .- rsif-ag 'w tori- iani, acd q»oce:-:-Gr'eaS t .iii l r-- GI' 1i - -ii: * sIi'A, l PJ, A t i o ; r1 -:s ru: - t-. L.! n i. a tf 1.n i a q.t rsor LL ;:oc 19 h.ro u tnilf z .t ILm 12 '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
New Advertisements. GREAT ANNUAL CLEARING SALE. UNPRECEDENTED REDUC1O0NS IN EVERY DEPAIRTMENf. A. CRAWFORD, MITCHELL'S BUILDINGS, STURT-STREET, BALLARAT. HAS secred imeese quantities of goods for ail the leading departments, at prices never previo~aly dreamt o duaring his Ioin creer in bu-iness, which he has determined to throw in at thi sale at pricreshich must star.le the mosa indifferent to a full realisation of the Ift he now wish to make as widey and pub lily known as iFssible-that at this sale he ii deter mined to outdo all fWrmer efforts and sales, by pa?ing value befre the public uch asi no other Irraperv Etablihment in Baliarat ha ever attetped, even in the present moot des;erate dorts put iforth to draw out the public by eq?uivcal reasons, vagj-el set forth. Mda chest:: Destment=.,. 4 cases HRROCIKS' ;, 3a lid per do., and all other numbersequally cheap. Be itobher ed that the above quotation is for a weil-known brand-not fora special brand intended to mislead the public 1...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
BIRTH. COLLIER - On the 12th inst., at Camper down, the wife of John Collier, contractor, of a daughter. DEATH. EVANS.-On the Ilth inst., Jane Napier, youngest daugter of Edward and Su- sanna Evans, aged 22 years &nbsp; The funeral will leave her father's resi- dence, this day (Friday) at 2.30 p. m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
Literature. THE With which "The HAM3PDEN GUARDIAN" P is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY TND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, T AT THE OFFICE, J( MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. T SUBSCRIPTIO- Per quarter .... .. .. s. 6d. 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 at AnVERTISINGo- Ordinary Advertisements, per inch " 3s Per inch, per quarter .. ..15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in- do serted 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 sent in not later than mid.sdly.on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS- TI Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac ....
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
GEELOG; LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, July 9. Messrs. Thomai loadknlght and Son report: -Fa: Cattle-One of the snaliest markets we have had for ':me time; pries ranged higher than 5lst w -ek'. Fat Sheep.-A moderate supply yarded pies continue firm. Good cress-bred wethers at If 61; a few extra prime to its. Store Stock.-About Ito ca:tte ,arded; prices unchanged. We sold it three-year-ol. steer-. In sheep there is little doing at prat. We '1 in the yards 1:7 aged cross-bred eves aas td. GEELONG, July 9. Mee?n,. Richard Mellish and Co. report : Fat Cait::e.-;he supply was a very p?or one, quality for the e. " pout useful, ??thing really prime ; om pti:uon borik and last week's pries mantan quality cn.idrred. Fit Steep.-We sold a small drati of fa:ric se at s 61d ; and outside, 279 useful to good mrxed sheep at from 9ea e to 12s for merrices, and for acr.s-breds 12 to, ,is. Fat Lamb--We sold 61 inflerir bt good to is ed. Store Stock.-We report sale of 00 3 and :-tooth merino wethers at i...
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
BALLAP.=1 L?'i :K : M AR ET. I E:Al.i:'7, .Jn'rIO0 n'l*.r, El. vFutrnq L ureard losRoe report: e : - tr.2 e aa-ir i--· .er T- I ? F,= LIZ 1C. .aILr.J.T n 5e 1 " , L10 - .rl; ~ C. Ind A . F=i.nay, do, L 1 r.T - -or 0- d ~LI3 -L 0- ae 'x=7-+:i1 Z i.:L. " m. W r IenT, irTertrs, - u SIn.- LIt 1:i= rar, -y t sre. Fatve-aspF~ Pui Was tae L.-t--:' .-te te.en, hug nearly ISl er_ :=v c pr =E nal-y, .e Its. crose rede t in H07 mri- . Eater n ?rc&, C-:inc, whah -or,$ to Z52. Thee E; a fair a enrdan n cf tare: bu pnee a iwed B.-... rizzia ^ fm aEt wet'eranes . Ouraae wee "" c"r as we:tner' for He ar 2 s" ,n n o Bc., Ce±r- to 25e, -z: ',-r.-'n g l ; 170 nether in dewea ° fr l -uonai, P4'rooh Vito, far.e o 1' U t ter to I:~h4d; IdI croeebsn wets ý^ an ewes fr Ma LZJs. a3d J. .Be 'ri -e )aiddle Creek,to 1I4 i; 319 turf:s wetnera fr Mr. L -. Grant, M : Camer, at :, id ; 17 c o rto fa: ML-.T. Wiiist, Pactoot'rsee, Vet Y1 n do a d ewes for Ides .ilex, Clark, Fige Cr'eek, W. EBcinael, Ma;r, an...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
\N w SOUTH WALES. SvDNEY, July 12. lTr. U;reville's motion was negatived to-w,:ht. and a resolution passed for imunilc tltc steps to be taken for ordering the itr n-clad recommended in Sir W. Jervý.i's report. T:he Annie H. Smith arrived from New Yu? il ÷,-day with 850 immigrants. Fifty casets of scarlet fever and three deaths occurred on her voyage to this port, and the vessel has been sent into quarantine. A successful trial has been made by the Railway Department of rising gas in the various railway carriages. The rain continues, but is confined to the coast districts. Notice of motion has been given in the Assembly that the amount required for defence purposes be defrayed out of a property tax. The Government have telegraphed home for terpedo material for the defence of Sydney and Newcastle.
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 July 1877
-- - . L ERIDA Y, JULY 13, 1877. IT seldom faIls to the tot or any o'ini? tr tvi 1, ½. caykr-l '" bowled out " in ar t LI: pla's, as Hr. LosotGonz has been in his refusal to allow select ors to morntage their leases. Never since the hon. Rom~:r Lows. as Chan ceflor of the Exchequer; proposed to impose mtax c.n matches." do we remember to have heard such a howl dCf mucdination as Mr. LONoGMORE'S con duct has evoked. Like other men, MinisTers are liable to mistakes, but they must either take care not to be found out in them, or they must, if they wish to stand well with the public, take the first opportunity of retreating from any faise position they take up. But Mr. LosGMosE has neither the good sense' to do the former, nor has he the gace to attempt the latter. When told by the bankers that he had not a leg to stand upon, so far as his charges against them were concerned, he coolly hinted at their giving him "a guarantee that they would not charge selectors more than a certain rate ...
MORTGAGING SELECTORS' LEASES. MORTGAGE OF SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
MORTGAGIG SELECTORS' LEASES. L 0 - 0 MORTGAGE OF SELECTIONS. t In reply to a question by Mr. Bell on the above subject on Wednesday last, Mr. Long more said that during the short time he had been in office five or six applications for mortgage of leases had been sent in. He framed a series of questions to be answered by the applicants before permission was - granted to them; and in several cases the answer to the question as to why the appli- ( cant wished to mortgage was simply the curt reply that he wanted money. He determined not to deal with these applications until ha bad gathered more information. An alarm was raised throughout the country that he had refused to allow leaseholders to mort gage, but he never did any such thing. The I number of leaseholds on which mortgages had been applied for in the department since the time at which the hon. meuber for Man durang made the regulation was 604. The object of the provision was to enable the department to know what was being done ...
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOCRNE, JuIR 12. Meassrs. Lord eand Hughes report: An improved tone characterises the market for bread stuffs this week, and as holders are not pressing sales, the tendency is evidently to a still further ad vance. Wheat,--ales of small parcels have been made during the week at Ts 4d to Ts 5d for prime northern, but for large lines holders evince no dispo sition to sell at present rates, and as stocks in town are unusually small, there is every prospect of higher rates ruling shortly. Flour.-At auction yesterday a parcel of 36 tons countrs four was quitted at L15 15s. and subsequently several large parcels have been sold for exportation at LIl. Oats.-A very good demand during the week, and sales have been sold at an ad vance on last week's rates, viz - 3s 10d to 4s for Tas manian inferior to good feed, and 4s to 4s 1 for New New Zealand feed, and 4s 3d for milling. Barlev - There is no change in the market. Inferior malting is ditheult to quit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
Bpecial Advertisements. BRISCOE AND) CO., WHOLESALE IZONMONGERS 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT REDUCTION Previous to re-buildinv. GEORGE GIBSON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to W. R. Hill), Supplies Station medicine chests and sundries HIalford's snake-bite syringes Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by return post. COLLINS.STREET EAST, MELBOURNE BARKLY HOUSE . F s' A. PATOON, FAMILY DRAPER, 3MOORABOOL STREET, GEELONG. Dross=ak1in executed in first class style. STaiozig at lowest prices, fit * guaranteed. SLENS' AND BOTS' CLOTHINSC, S CARPETS, MATTINGS, & S FLOORCLOTHS. 0GULOTG. Special Advertisements. IPECIAL "CLEARING SALE AT CHEAPSIDE HOUSE. J. M. TULLOOIIC Begs to announce that in consequence at of thegeneralDepression in Busi-. ness he has purchased from the importers, at less than manufacturers cost, £,3000 a WORTH OF' ...
ARRIVAL OF THE "WHAMPOA." FOURTEEN DAYS' LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
ARRI V AL OF THIE "WVIIAAIPOA." FOURTEEN DAYS' LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. The Whampoa, which left London on 20th Mlay, briings fourteen days' later news than that received by the Kent, and eighteen later than that received via India. The war news, to which recent telegrams by cable have reference, is thus dwelt upon : THE WAR. CONSTAŽTINOPLE, 30th May. The Ottoman Committee for the aid of the wounded has made a protest, through the Central Committee at Genera, against the bombaidment of the hospital at Widdin, which bore the sign of neutralisation, by the batteries at Kalafat. BRUSSELS, 30th Mlay. The Yord of to-day publisbes a letter from St. Petersburg upon the visit of Count Sclhouvaloff to the Russian capital, which says: " Russia has no wish or interest to discuss the questious mentioned by Mr. Cross in his speechin the ocuse of Commons. The object of the war is solely to obtain effective amelia r.tions of the condition of the Christians. -Such amelioration must be securedby broader ...
HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
HAMPDENY SHIRE COUNCIL. REVISION COURT. The COuncil of the Shire of Hampden sat on Satnrdoy last, the 14th inst., as a Beni sion Court, the members present being C!Ors. Ower (president), Scott, Curdie, Walker. and MIackinnon. The Secretary, Mr. D. Hamilton, sub. mitted the voters' lists, the list of default ers, and the claims and objections he had received in each riding, and they were dealt with as follows : EAST RIDING. Thomas Moran claimed one vote for free hold property, Colongulac, rated in his brother's name. An objection was put in from Robert Spence, objecting to Martin Moran's name being retained os the roll for two votes, as he no longer pss sessed the qualifications for the same. Snence did not appear in snppo-t of his objection, as was required by the act, and it was not sustained, Moran's claim there fore not being allowed. A. J. W. Pettigrew applied for his name to be placed on the roll, for property in Church-street. An objection to 1l. W. Barlow's name being retaine...
TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
TASMANIA. HoBART Tow., July 13. Tihe Governor's speech at the opening of P'arliament stated that the financial measures submittcd to the late Parliament would be submitted again in a modified form. A liberal public works scheme is promised, and bills are to he introduced to amend the mining laws, for altering the tenure of office of the Attorney-General, for organising hos pital boards, for amending the Publice Schools Act, and for the consolidation of the post office laws. The reform in the rural muni. cipalities, and the abolition of the Parlia mentary Ward System at Hobart Town and Launceston, are to be again brought forward The correspondent of the Bendigo Adver tiser says an earthquake was felt Inglewood and Wedderbunglway on the 10th inst.
ENGLISHMAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
ENGLISHMML TABLE 1S77 FionI Ec;L:CID. Leaves London Leaves Londot Arrives Via Southampntonf ia Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January . 19 March . February . S February . 1 April . . 6 March . 8 March . . 16 May April . 'qnpil . 17 Maty May .1I June . May 31 June . "July . June . a Julc 6 t Auiust °_I July 'I Auun t . 3 September. IS Autust . I: out 31 October . . 1° September . ' Septenhr S November . 13 October i. 0 ctoher '6 Il-embler . 11 November . 15 'November 2 lanuary.ISi S 5 Demcember 13 December 1 February . 5 FROMt VIcrouis. Leaves Arrives London Arrives at London Melbourne. Via Blrindisi. Via Southampton January, . 15 arch . 12r March . . 10 Pebruary . April . . 9 April . . . 16 March . 22 ay . . 7 May . . . 14 April . .. 17 une . i June . . . 11 May . . . 1 July . .I 2 July . June . . . ' July . . 0 August . . Jul . . . 10 AuI tt . 27 September . S August . . 7 SpteiIr 24 ictober . . 1 Septembe. Otor . Odolr 2 October . . °i October . 4 Niscverhler 10 iNovember '2...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
M1ELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. 'MELBOURNE, July 11. Messrs. Gco. Dnougherty and Co. report: Eat Cattle-1,152 entered as fat. The numnber of good cattle in was not equal to the demand, prices get firmer, and at the close showed a decided improve ment Best beef, 35s to 37s per 100 lbs. Quota tions :-Best bullocks, L15 to Lid l0s; good do, LIO to L13 10s; medium, Li to L9; good cows, LI to L10 10s. We soli-55 bullecks and cows; 40 do; 20 bullocks; 23 cows; 10 bullocks and cows; 10 do, bullocks to L10 79 ed, rcows to L10 10S. Fat Calves Only 30 in. We sold-Mr. Anton's lot at L3 17s, the top price of the market : and a draft for Mesars. lillar Bros, at L9 's. Fat Sheep-23,500 yarded. The market at its opening was good, particularly for crossbreds, but before the close lower prices had to be accepted, and sales were with difficutly affected. We sold-2,274 merino ewes, at the highest price of the market, Os ld; 553 crossbred wethers, 18 tiA; 200 wethers and ewes to 13s. Fat Lambs-1,532 penn...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 14. Mr. Barclay, a naval oficer recently arrived, has been engaged t" take charge of a party to explore the country from Alice Springs towards Queensland. He starts in a week. The wine merchant reported to he missing is Mr. B. H. Cross, who was adjudicated in solvent to-day. Wheat is quiet at 7s 7d to 7s Sd. The weather is very cold. ADELAIDE, July 13. The Assembly has decided to give two additional members to Yorke's Peninsula, and one extra each to North Adelaide, Stan ley and the Burra. The case of l'redmnore v. Souttar, manager of the Bank of Adelaide, to recover £5000 damages for malicious prosecuition, was with drawn, after being partially heard. A well-known wine merchant is reported to be missing.