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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 16. The gale has moderated, but rain continues. The rivers are all rising rapidly. The low lands are submerged. The steamier Yarra Yana has been lost at Newcastle. She had a crew of 18 aboard; all lost. She was insured for £26,000. The steamer Dairymaid went ashore at Shell Harbour. The sea is breaking heavily along the coast. Oin Saturday a man named Crawley stuck up Avery's Hotel at Beninore, fred at IMrs. Avery, demanded nioney, and ransacked the place. A constable arrived, and, after some tiring, the con stable shot Crawley in the chest; iind he fell dead while taking a third aini at the cunstable.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE July, 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
QUEENSLAND. BRISBAN July, 13. The Marine Board inquiry into the wreck of the Banda to the east of Brampton Shoals, found that Captain Slattery committed an error of judgmnent in shaping a course so far westerly, hut returned his certificate, and expressed a favorable opinion of his conduct in remaining by the pinnace and reaching the Queensland coast without loss of life. The loss of the ship was somewhat attributed to a neglect of duty by the look-out man in leaving his post without being relieved, and the board blamed the second mate for al lowing him to do so.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDsEtY, July 14. In ccnsequence of the continued rain, the Amateur Turf Club Races have been post poned. The Assembly last night agreed to a reso lution to increase the grants for the re pair and maintenance of main and minor toads. Up to this morning, over 3in. df rain had fallen. A girl named Clara Clark, while baking at Gulgong, was severely birnt, through her dress catching fire. A man named Dogherty, overseer for the City Corporation, was drowned in a sewer at Chippendale last night, during the storm; and another mao, named Kneally, was also drowned in a sewer at Redfern. SYDNEY, July 13. Telegraphic advices from London state that the steamer Lusitania left Cape de Verde on the 6th inst., with a large cargo for Melbourne and Sydney. William Brierly, a city,butcher, was fined £30 to-day, or three months, for offering putrid meat for sale. In an application to judge Manning, bail was allowed to Mr. Symonds, chief officer of the s. Somerset, ...
COLAC. RAILWAY DEMONSTRATION AND REVISION COURT. COLAC, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
COLA C. RAILWAY DEMONSTRATION AMi REVISION (COURT. (FROMI OUR OWN COrRESONDENT.) COLAr, July 1. No change has, so-far as I am awIre, 1 e:n made on the day for the opening z the railway line fiom Birregurra to Cla: 1: still stands for Friday next, the 'uL inh and Al are g ad to tiud that th- prepl, for the dlmonstration on that occasin i got into such good hands. Messrs. .l'I to Calvert, A. Murray, P. Murray, and Georý 1'. Robertson were appointed a counu:: te management at a meeting held iln frin last, and there is not now likely to hie ,. further " hitch." These gentlenwn n:. is themselves responsible fin all d:ebts ca tmracted by the former committee. and hive undertaken to have the denimnstiatn on a scale worthy of the occasion. If they had had more time, it would have bcla better, but if they do their lest, nine can fairly complain. The Revision Court sat on Saturday, an.i there was a good deal of excitmcnovt albOut it. The rate collector had been inst r.i':cl to object to the n...
MELBOURNE. THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION [?] AND THE ESTIMATES. MELBOURNE, July 14 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
MELBOURNE. THE RAILWAY C'ONSTVCTIT ''. AND THE ESTIM1AFli' (FroM 01 OWUR 1 PU.ESi'>u 01 11ELEoCHt.}\ .11.151 4 The Railray C. nstructilin lill 1.. vet been issued, but enough n has ua :,i , to enable me to cire you a brhti -hi it. Provision has been made in i: country lines-thie directe t in the Stawell and Horshamu line, the t r naud line, tie Goullurin i alve h,. ?: Woodend to LDas lsford line, onl tw e m l . reuheip to (Goridon line, mr Toe 'rmm Springs to Wah gunyah. It is unt ti .: 't that these lines Nill exhaust tie s i the loan, but, shouid they inot, thin i little hope, I think, of your line b :i cluded in the present bill. Those in the inner circle of politics k: pretty well now what shape tme eti::. s for 1 .77-7S will take. Should an hime been so foolish as to expect our pe Governmentjto embark on a "retreucnn e:. crusade, they will be bitterly disal 1:::: Mr. Longmore will ask for more n,1:s v f r the Lands Department, some sac, to As extent of £50,000, others to til...
ANOTHER JOB. COMMAND OF THE CERBERUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
ANO THER JOB. COMMAND OF THE CERBERUS. Captain Panter, who has held command of the Cerbetus ever since the vessel was built, writes as follows to the Melbourne papers, recarding his resignation:- &nbsp; Ten days have now elapsedl since I re signed the command of the Cerberus, my resignation has been accepted, and my suc cessor appointed, and the correspondence relating to the matter has not yet been made public. As I am anxious that the public should judge of the sufficiency of the reasons which lcd me to take the step at such a critical period as; the present, I beg to en close a copy of the correspondence, and to ask that you will do the favor of publishiig it-I have, etc., W. HENRY PANTER." HI.M.S. Cerberus, June 30th, 1877. " Sir.-On the 19th inst. I received a letter from the under-treasurer No.- 3.720, of the 18th inst.; informing me that the hon the Treasurer proposed to appoint Mr. Tandy, late of the Victoria, to the Cer berus, at a salary of £400 per annum, and to r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
HORSES. ESTABLISHED 1833. Lieutenant James's Blister Is used in Her Majesty's Cavalry Regiments patronised by Maljor-General Sir Charles Dalbiac, Inspector-General of the Cavalry Forces, and eulogised by Professor Coleman, of the Royal Veterinary College, London, in his report to the Adjutant-General. Its great etfficacy in all cases where blistering is usually applied is well-knownn; and its c3Iebrity has extended to all the great studs throughout the world. No horse will gnawt it. CAuTros.-None genuine i without the signaturesof the proprietors, R.S. JAMES and J. JAMEs, are on the top label of every pot, as an. nexed. AoGETrs : FELTON, GRIMWADE, AND CO., ELsuou1s-s. Extensively used 43 years. " Beware of a spurious mitation." S Drspery. I GREAT ANNUAL CLEARING SALE. UNPRECEDENTED REDUCIONS IN EVERY DEPARTM ENT. A. CRAWFORD, MITCHELL'S BUILDINGS, STURT-STREET, BALLARAT AS secured inmmnense quantities of goods for all the leading departments, at prices never previously dreamit ofdur...
For a Woman's Sake, OR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE CASTLE. A NEW SENSATIONAL STORY. CHAPTER XXXI A MAN OF IRON. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
a ioj~iii ~ahc, h on, TUR MYSTERIES.OF THE CASTLE. a A NEW SENS IOX ti L STORY. ai CHAPTrra \XXI 1 MJ-y or Taos. How far I.a Yi I en irom suspecting Im that I slIoitld have cause to bless Ste- a; phanit's entranc into 'our quiet conlventi My brother litved, and when restored B to as a lare a re ofr ' heath as hip d wonded luni } lritte, the old fancy fir sl Steplhanie hdad plrably Iesunmed its do n:niif over hila. iraware of my ei pretence here, they itad inet each other in ill mniiiediate vicinity, and Sir Arthiur c! hadil follbowed 1 irmntu hitner C With i th t tinacity and resolution of lis I nation, he appeared the folls a in n morning s before im bh.,at - r. just a the latter, who haid heen dress-ed 3y his faithful George, was a,lout to take i it sual walk. Hernann, w o r= u tftering great pain, aind tas still a ree sh:tal'w, received him 1 - Yon know. Coin Sir Arthlur began i I nith in- ecurabIl!' coasirj'ýi, ` that the authority b sto' el all intICe and by my c tf':an , Ban: ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
Notice. 1901100. I IR. PICKEN, Solicitor, C.'a:;perdon, T 1 will in future atteitd :.t TP lANO :u to Court days. and can be coitntited at the Commercial Hotel. FREEIHOLD PROiERpITIES. W M1. FERG(;USSON h;s for PRIVATE " SALE freehold properties in the parishes of C.longtlac, Elingamite, Jan court, Tinuhoon, and M ortlake. Maeifold-Street Camperdown. ALFRED KNOTT, Solicitor, Proctor, and t Conveyancer, Commnissioner far taking Affidavits, LEURA-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Attendance at Terang and Mortlake on the usual court days. Money to Lend. t 000£15) TO LEND in one sum; Salso. sums from £100. R. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colac. Sa LOST. LOST on the 10th inst., between rirron Yalloak and Stony Ford, a CUSHION belonging to a carriage. Anyone retnuning the same to this office will be rewvarded. LOS T. L OST fromn Mrtlake on 27th June, BLACK :11Al;, nearshoulder. £1 reward on delivery to undersigne1d. II. QUINEY,. Mortlake. t WANTED. W ANTED a situation as HO SE1MAID. Address J. B., Post Office...
THE DEFENCES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
L THE DEFENCES OF NEW SOUTH f WALES. -4--t--- (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAIMS.) SYDNEY, July 11. On the motion for the reception of the re. solutions of the committee on the defences of the colony, MIr. Greville moved in the 1 Assembly to-night, as a contingent resolu tion-" That the expense involved to carry. ing out the resolutions, and other expenses connected with the naval and military de fence, be defrayed by a property tax." Mr. Greville's motion was negatived after a brief debate, and a resolution was carried to increase the Government artillery to three batteries. On the resolution that immediate steps to be taken to order an ironclad, Mr. farrat moved an amendment that arrange ments be made with the British Government for the loan of an ironclad, to be maintained at the expense of the colony. After a debate, the motion "that the words proposed to be omitted stand part of the question" was negatired by 13 to 21, and the resolution as amended was carried by 1S to 16....
The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1877. Ir the " Stonewall" Ministry continues to preside over the destinies of this country for any length of time, the duties and functions of the Govern ment will undergo a considerable change. It will become, in fact, an institution for giving everything to everybody. The public estate, to begin with, will be given away in good large slices to all applicants-not being squatters, merchants, or bankers-on the most liberal terms, and for pay ments indefinitely deferred. But, in the meantime, if any free selector should chance to be obliged to raise money on the holding for which he has not yet paid anything at all, the Treasury-constituting a land mortgage bank for the purpose-will be ready to lend him any amount he may require. In short, the Government will give him the land, stock it for him, advance him money to meet all his pressing require ments, and never insist upon repay ment unless when it is quite conve nient to the selector. The scheme, as proposed by the...
ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) AUCKLAND, July 15 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
ARRI V AL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (4USTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PREES TELECRA IS) AUCKLAND, July 1e5 The Californian mail stearier t'it of Sydney arrived to-day,- and will leave for Sydney late to-night. SUMMIARY OF NEWS. An alarming uprising of Indians is re ported at Cevnmas prairie to Saga prairie, in Idaho territeiv. The settlers were mas sacred in all directions, and abody of troops sent to the rescie i-ere surrounded, and, accor libg to the latest tidings, alincst all killed. The country is in a panic. The in surgents are Necesperees Indians, and num ber about 2000 warriors. The City of San Francisco was totally m reeked on 10th Nlay on the voyage from Panama to San Francisco. She struck on a sunken reef eighty miles from Acacnpullo. All lives were saved. An earthquake and tidal wave on 9th May destroyed six towns on the Pacific coast, and killed 600 people, besides inflicting incalcu lable damage to the shipping on the coast. General Grant has been enthusiastically received in Engl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
Literature. THE With swhich "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, IT TIIK OFlICE, MAN\IFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. St'uscstrnot Per quarter .. ... ... s. id. 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 arrearse ADnvERTISINso Ordinar Advertisements, per inch '.. 3s Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in- ' verted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them I 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 sdvertisements, must be in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-day on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS UHelbourne .. .. Msears. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac . .. Mr. W. J. Green...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
MJARKET'. MDELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND BIDE 3M1it:KLT. MELoorruNE, July 11. Messy'. it. G4oldsbroEugh aw1 Co. report: Wool.-Prices are well sustained, and any lots forward are readily salealde at full rates. Slteepakins. -We have sold a large ulpply of 111 descrilption during the week, and have obtained satisfactory re sults throughout. Dry skins were easier to place at advanced rates We quote-Butchers' green skins,3s 3d to 6s &d each; dry skins, 3d to 41d per lb. for those of ordinary size and growth of wool, and up to &3d per lb. fur superior lots. Ilfides.-The tone of this market is aaiu weakser. Inferior and medium hides, also caliskin, are difticult to clear out, Our sales have besn:-Average ox-hides, 1Ss to 29s each average cow-hides, 15s to 2's tid each; Victorian salted, 3j1 to 4d iper lb; New Zealand do, 4d to 41d per lb. Tallow.-Last week's rates were maintainied at our sale held yesterday. Superior mutton, L35 to L36 1s per ton; ordinary, LaS to L35 do; be...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
A USTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIA\ ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, July 16. The heavy fog this morning delayed all the steamers: The Petnanc. cable is iiiteritipted for repairs by the Company's steamer. William Heaney has been charged with negligent driving, whereby Mr. Farrell, M.L.A., was injured. It was proved in evidence that Mr. Farrell, at the time, was on the wrong side of the road. The Bench adjourned their decision for six weeks. A Supply Bill for two months will be asked fi- to-morrow. The Royal Commission fdr the fares to the exhibition have appointed J. J. Casey chairman, and G. C. Levy secre tary. The Railway Construction Bill will be issued to-night. It was fine weather for the Waterloo Cup meeting, which took place at Sun bury to-day, and there was a large attendance. Baron, Athol Brose, Lad of Clifton, Rapid, Ben "olio, Graceful, and Jesuit were some of the dogs beaten. Only 15 courses were run. The sport was very poor. It is stated that ...
TERANG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 16, 1877. Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 July 1877
I ONiAY, JULY 16, 1877, Before F. I. Puckle, Esq., pj' J. Culliton v. J. Grimshaw. ltefumeii to leave licensed 1rcui ises after hour if Fc l t For the detncte, Grinihatw staUnti was rather intoxicated c-n the in i question, and koew v nothirg f the nittit till about 2.30 p.m., wheu the inttbll c atle. After semne die nosi, n 11t IPch h trate wished to hi-ar aliat ulliton Ii .adtb s aye. John Culliton, sworn :-On 3rd -ult t in his licensed public hcuse Up to 12 'clc at night. Ordered defendant out, but h would not go. Ordered him to leave aI~i at 1 and 2 a.m., but lie again refused tr and remained till 3. Witness then . for the police. The plaintiff then rwithdrew the l;arý. receiving some admonitory rentaks ifa the Police Magistrate. Same v. W. Simmonds. Suninons not served, Podger v. Moloney. Fencing Act. Mr. &nbsp; Picken appeared, for the defendant, and mentioned that the case ought to be heard by two justices. The defendant, however, consented to the case being heard by ...
QUARANTINING VICTORIAN SHEEP. SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
(t UtARA N" TINTLVG VICTORIAN SHEEP. sYiNEY MoRNItNT HEIRLD. The Victorian sheep-farmers, are naturally anxious to get quicklyat a promising market, and, finding the quarantine regulations standing in their way, have come down rather hot upon the slow going administra titn of the mother-colony. The develop ment of anger, however, is somewhat un fair. In the matter of scab the old colony was active, and Victoria was singularly in active and remiss. At last Victoria awoke to a sense of its duty and its interest, and the scab has finally been eradicated. There does not appear now to be any necessity for maintaining the strict regulations which Victorian supinentss in this matter has com pelled us so long to enforce. But some period of probation was proper to, make sure that the long postponed cleanliness was at last really assured. A twelvemouth was hardly too long a period for this, consider. ing how many Victorian sheep run in scrub and forest country, and it was only in June last th...
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE. The estimates of expenditure under votes for the year ending 30th June, 1878, were laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. The totals are as follow : Chief Secretary ... L530,S11 Minister of Public Instruction ... 484,599 Attorney-General ... 79,182 Minister of Justice ... 79,528 Treasurer ... 407577 Commissioner of Crown'Lands ... 161,945 Commissioner of Public Works... 94,524 Commissioner of Trade and Cus toms ... 93,425 Postmaster-General ... 320,519 Commissioner of Railways and Roads ... 645,526 Minister of Mines ... 33,081 L2,930,717