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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

3MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. 3IELB)tPRSE, July 18. .lesrs. Ettershank,Eaglestone and 31:ann report :-Fat Cattle-The market opened at figures fully equal to la.I: week, but prices were slightly in fatter of buyere. Prime pens bullocks brought from L14 to L15 10- ; god do, LI0 to L1 10s ; middling and inferior, fron L" 15s upwards : cows at porpor tonate rates. Fat Shetp--15,700 forward. Prime heavy cr sbred jwethers brought from 24s to 301; good do, fro1m l:i to 238s middling and inferior, from iS upw.ards : crossbrli twes brought from 1s to 25s acecrdlin; to oe:;ht and quality ; best merino wethers btrouiht from is4 to 171; good do, from 12s to l4s 6d riddling and inferior, from Ss upwards; best merino ewre-, 11. 1.! To 13, ; others from 7s upwards. We sold a draIt of cr .s"stred ewce at Ils .1D. Fat Lambs-870 came to handI A few prime brought lls 6d ; good from 7s to :s. ilnferior, from 4s upwardarl. Storeditock -We have seile lots of first class ewes, wethers, and ratio to -ffecr...

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THE ESTIMATES, 1877-8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

THE ESTIMATES, 1S77-8. The Estimates of Expenditure for the ser vice of 1877-8 were laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly yesterday. The public works vote and the prospecting vote are not included in the Estimates, which consist chiefly of the ordinary departmental ex. penditure. The total amount to be provided for is £2,930,717. In the Chief Secretary's department, for which £530.811 is required, there is an increase of £10,700, owing to the enlargement of the votes for the pohce and the lunatic ash lums, the former absorbing £5,214 and the latter £4,255 extra. The ex penditure on account of scab prevention and diseases in stock shows a reduction of £2,390. The Minister of Public Instruction asks for £484,599, which is £32,027 more than the sunm required by him last year. The increase is prettygenera!ly distributed over the various heads of expendtnure. No provision is made in the estimate for the salary of Professor Pearsun. In the department of At torney-General andl Mini...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

;E;ELo.Ni; LIVE i6TOCK MARKET. I-EELONG;, July 16. Jfe~i rs. lhuckland and Iurneltt report : Fat Cattle.-A very short supply, only 60 head being yarded. There was a full attendance of the trade, alnd rices were from 153 to 20s a head higher ttan last week. We sold 52 medium weight fair to good quality cows fron the westward, at from L7 12s 6d to L12, averaging Lg. Fat Sheep-,A fair sulply of sheep, but the greater numllber being second quality, gElo-d st?ieep were in demand at an advance on ladt week's rates. We sold 109 medium quality wethers at 12: 33 meditum quality ewes and wethers at from 7s to 13 ; and 25i good quality medium weight cro's bred wethers and ewes, at 15y and 16s respectively. Fat Calves- The few yarded tr uglt full rates. We sold 6 at up to 523 ed. Fat Lambs.-Not any good lambn coming tig market. A meoderate ntumber would conmmand excellent sale. We sold 27 medium quality at Os. Store Stock-The dry weather has a very de pressing effect on sales, and prices are co...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. TUESDAY, JULY 17. The Speaker took the chair at half-past 4 o'clock. ELECTIONS COMMITTEE. Mr. Lalor presented the report of the Elections and Qualifications Committee of the petition of Dr. Ilearn against the return of Mr. Macgregor as member for Fitzroy. The report which stated that Mr. Mac gregor was duly elected, was laid on the table. SUPPLY. After the usual notices of motion had been disposed of, the House went into com mittee of supply. _Mr. Berry moved that a sum of L7 10,000 be granted as temporary supply for two months. The mnotion was agreed to, a bill was brought in, and passed through all its stages. RAILWAY CONSTRUCLTION BILL. This was the great business of the morn ing. A digest on the bill will be found in our last page. Mr. Woods moved that it be read a second time, after a most elaborate explanatoly speech, which could not be curtailed with justice to the hon. member. When he had concluded his speech, Mr. Gillies suggested that the informa tion...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELO?G, July 17. letssrs eorge ynntot and Co. report: Sheepskins-- Since last report, we disposed of 10,569 at the following satisfactory prices :-Best butchers' skins, from 4&d to 72d each; extra large, to 8td; me dium ditto, from 30d to 42d each; lambskins, from 301 to 36d each ; stations skins, from 31d to 6}d per pound, and to 4s each. Hides-Small consignments to hand, and buyers holding off for lower prices. We sold wet salted hides from 3id to 44; good-conditioned ditto, from 41d to 5id; calfskins, 6d per pound. Tallow-During the week, we have sold several lots in vod shipping order. Dest mutton, from £35 to L3 pler ton; beef, from L33 to L35 per ton; inferior, £25 to £2S. GEELONG, July 17. M)Issr% Richard Mellish and Co. report: We held our weekly sale of sheepskins to-day, and offered an aaverage quantity, which with the excep tian of a few small lots, we cleared out as follows: Pest merino, 3s 3d to 5s 6d ; do crossbred±, 4s to 69 3d ...

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PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

PARLIAMEENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 17. The President took the chair at 30 minutes past 4 o'clock. NEW SIEMIBER. The President announced that he had re ceived a return to the writ for the election of a member for the South-Western Pro vince, and IMr. Cuthbert was then intro duced by Mr. Cumming and Mr. Belcher, and took the oath and his seat. ORDER OF BUSINESS. Mr. Cuthbert explained that the Govern ment was anxious to have a supply bill passed that evening, and it was expected His Excellency the Governor would be present to give assent to it about a quarter past 6 o'clock. THE SUPPLY BILL. A Supply Bill for L710,000 was received from the Legislative Assembly, and passed through all its stages. His Excellency the Governor visited the Conncil Chamber at 20 minutes past six o'clock, and gave the Royal assent to the measure. The House adjourne. at 25 minutes past 6 o'clock until Tuesday next.

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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

\VARtiNAMl B00L LIVE STOCK MARKET. SWARRNA.MBOOL July 14. Messrs. Hepburn, Leonard .t Rugg report: There was a fair supply of stock to hand, consistingof fat and store cattle, fat and store sheep, and fat and store pigs, with some horses and a quantity of sun dries. There was a large attendance of buyers, and for the best lots of both fat and store stock a decided mtnrovement on our last quotations was perceptible. We succeeded in disposing of all the stock yarded, entirely clearing the yards at an early hour. The fat cattle forwarded were from good to prime- best pens making as high as L13 per head. The average price tcing 30s per hundred. Store Cattle answer ourpre vius remarks, viz., that those well-bred and in good for?ard condition are in good demand and easily sold, but buyers do not feel inclined to risk the loss which is often the consequence of extreme poverty without leaving a lare margin in their prices to meet such a result. Fat Sheep sold well at previous quotations. Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

New Advertisements. £10 REWARD. T|HE above REWARD will be given to any person or persons who can give such IN FORMATION as will lead to the CONVICTION of the party who threw s ome POISONED MEAT on my premises, on the night of the 16th, or morning of the 17th inst., whereby one of my PIGS was POISONED. JOHN KIRK. Camperdown, July 17, 1$77. Ladies' School, Camperdown. Conducted by M~ISS --EOOD. D UTIES will be RESUMED on MON L/DAY, July 23rd, 1877. MIECIIANICS' INSTITUTE. CAM1PEIDOWN. ENTERTAINMENT Will be given in the Hall, IN AID OF THE BUILDING FUND, ON Wednesday Evening, July 25. BY MEMBERS OF THE Camprdown Amatour Dramatic Club. PROGRAMMJIE : O -TuRE--Selection ladam Mr. Woodley "Angot" - Piano and and Flaute Miss Buckley "Locke's Music to Macbeth" Will be rendred in character, as follows : 1st Witch ....................... Mr. Picken 2nd do . .............. Mr. Hyde 3rd do ............... Mr. Howlett 4th do ........................ Mr. W. Down. INTERVAL OF TEN MINUTES. OVERTURE-...

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THE CAMPERDOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REMOVAL OF THE REV. F. R. M. WILSON TO KEW. PRELIMINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

TEE CAMPERDOJiFX rEESBY TERIAN CILURCH. REMOVAL OF THE REV. F. II. M. WILSON TO KEW. PRELIMLNARY LIEETINo,. In consequence of an annoluncenment made on Sunday last, that the Mortlake Presbytery would sit in the Camper down Presbyterian Church on Wednes day, the 18th instant, to dispose of the call to the Rev. F. R. M. Wilson to the Kew Presbyterian Church, a meeting of the members of the Church and adherents was called by advertise nient for Tuesday evening to consider what steps should be taken in anticipa tion of the proceedings on the following day, at which there was a fair attendance. The meeting was more of a conversational, than of a formal character, Mr. W. Lamb being considered in the chair, rather than installed in it, and Mr. J. H. Robinson stating the objects with which they had met. These were briefly to consider whether, supposing Mr. Wilson to be inclined to accept the call, some steps could not be taken to induce him to re main in Camperdown, or, in event of his mind...

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

BALLAR AT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALL.itAT, July 14. Mleslrs. C Iaughan and Co. report:- A fair amu ant of bu-siness has been done in the pro duce t'ariket during the week, although the supply of grain was small, and breadatuffs slow of sale. A great increase of acreaze under wheat is noticeabIe in all the new areas to the north and westward, and, so far, the blade is l]okin? well. Farmers, we!should imagine, will not be anxious to hold wheat over till next year, when we consider the prices now ruling here and in the iietr,,p li.. 7- and 7t 6d respectively. Potatoes are pouring in to all the railway stations near here, and increased accommodation is badly required at Warrenbeip Summit and Buninyong stations. Nearly lI the colonial towns are glutted with this celebrat-? tuber, even to Cs'k Town, so no doubt the consump tion of itour will decrea.e. Quotations:--Flour, L16 ; wheat, 7 ; oDati, 4s to 43 3d; Cape barley, 4s ; Eng Iish. 4s i ; peas, 4s to ? 2d ; manger hay, L3 10s to L4...

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MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

1IA I KETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLAR.AT, July 17. , .li'r rs. EttersohankEagle tone St Co. report: -Fbat Latt:t.--S7 ere y::rued, con-istin_ of drafts fr-mu the f.:lowin, vi.., the lion. Niel Black, Messrs. D. )tacki-t in, and I. Whitehead ; included in the first-named .t-ntlemnan's draft was a lot of 25 of his celebrated NB station-bred bullock-, which wera greatly admired, and excited keen competition, and bringing, as is usual, the top average of the day, vii., L16 17s -d, selling fromn L15 15 to L10. The attend ance was good, and prices showed hardly any altera tion fromlast week. The folluowiu are the averages : -The Hon. Niel Black, 25 bullocks, NB, L16 17s 5d, 55 bullocks, stores, L12 1Ss; D. Mackinnon, 42 bul toI. , L12 6- id, 34 cows, L11 13s 9d; R. Whitehead. 1 e... cks, L10 17s Id. We sold S0 bullocks for the 11 ,. :,. Black, station-breds as above, stores from L1d Sn to L14 5s, averaging as above. Fat Calves. 19 in. all of i hich sold well. Best in brought L3 1...

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TASMANIA. ROBERT TOWN, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

l ToA 1.1 , 17 It is rumoured t e::t Mr. l , , , partdilly remodel hii MLini tr'. Dr. Agnew has hen ee't to tP,: . t seat i1 i t i: l .i L ]:i :ve . majrivty over M1r. Or Ye~torl:4v's ' , accn, t ,, a liti - t S, i li , , -. l " M1uro has ,el . , a qu t hat the HLlnuse 11 u tu I, ,, . three-quarter:s of a:n "?lt-,?iF XVCF nu : w '.r ? w ?,. . '1 ,. the hi'. g Indllt unl'l r : , : i:t. Beut. The nmebe?t ( r i . t . 1 I, . .": ,,nl a railtway qu~stio nl, ,.:s ii enw t 1' iv Mr. Miluro, wlrilt eiLtk t i h.sn. g 2nthmLen wa I i' t'e t¼ ,s ln'.I illr , lte lne ?,1 \ i', ' u : han ll (i, t I i Ic whi:t he kn°ws ,u o?u iri" ," :l; 1\ ', Mr. l eut enlea, rt, ti , cieel ?Mr. repeated this rnabk, a iii if thelic !rr " I will not alll.,w hLin to pi d ut:iL ap ,lgises," and 'Mr. Bc4itt, d n1d r, i aught r. r plid, " pst Nr l i, n ie r 't n . t i t : l iever,nevr, n(ever !i T.e i:inll, ' that he hTd heard n'.thi'ng att,:, .n Bent, and that Xh-.M.un ° hut.t m th ira", but the member ft r Carlton ...

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NEW ZEALAND. WE[?] July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

Mcssr;. IBir't t ui r i 1 x the uckl ant~i 1 r r le"".: h.i,+ +'"O W pll·':i nl of rrrttli~ urss '1'~r 31 % 6- . ,: J.:·~i ,i counci i.: aid tha i , .. _ rri-1vo ýt: a 1 l ! k

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 19. The debate on Mr. Basedow's Educa tion motion, condemning the present system, is postponed. A motion to grant ten thousand pounds for the discovery of coal has been carried. In the Assembly, the Electoral Dis tricts Bill has been rejected by a majority of six. Mr. Colton's motion to send a message to the Council, asking their concurrence in the resolution re the Parliament buildings, has been negatived.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

NEW SOUTH WA 1:S. SYDzrY, July 19. Portions of the wreck of a large vessel has been washed ashore at Broken Bay. Another body has been washed ashore at Newcastle from the wreck of the Yarra Yarra. The testimonial to Harry Klelly pro mises to be a success. A telegram fromn Brisbane states that the Mount Perry copper mine has stopped operations, in consequence of the low price of copper. Two hundred men are thrown out of work.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

TheL p Orct. 1,am e i s i ovlur!I L."n.?: at c tt plan [lop?tow . ti s?tt+ thI itU:' the n.w P 'arliau,,at ibud,, !,:,, , ...e " :6 thait its clcet will hw to hvet rt 10.' .t seen. iLan at t he et? t ti,' t' - Thbeen soaia ti' l ?2t i 10! rl r t The steamer Co. rori,.;n11:19 } ell {'e n p t " 'e Mounit btitl ler It i!at- lup in t "nany, tlhe carpenter 0t f t te i l , 1 i.ir the vova;e. There was a in entilu -t " :it ,i? .t inJ to the lie '. itl .? .r I, ~ :a in the Ast emer ', las - tt e l:: e. Mr. tI',': anti InVvd a le r "; itt a- 1t t ,U n , svnipathv with the Quenslit' 1.;. in its eflrts to riteu:at:tc I' hi. :n e t i:,I a tiOnl \heat is ftiri at 7s et to 7s 9L . ADELAtiDE, JUlly 17 The Acting-!;oven+tr attendet ni the Legislative Council to.day, and as=entei to a supply bill. A motion has been carried in the tCouil in favor of substituting the Semiaphore for Gleuelg for the mail steamert. Sir Ht Ayers statetd that the AsatJblt y would send a nlessaig to the I 'ounetl :I re fere...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTHI WALES. SYvD~E. July IS. The Assembly has negatived a resolution to go into committee t) consider the pro priety of purchasing the Wagga Wagga bridge. A motion was carried against the Govern ment in favor of abolishing all tolls or feiry dues on Government ferries. During a discussion in the Assembly with reference to the overloading of colliers, the Treasurer stated that he had written to the Marine Board, requiring them to enforce the provisions of the Navigation Act. A deputation, consisting of the members Of the .Ariultnurl Society, had an inter. view w'ith Sir HI. l'Pt .ht tI..L;.y in ifiJrne to an internati al ahl ditson illn Sbiv i 1879. They uote d tl e (,ilil,; ,,t ;i e.'l. known Sydney sne:echant, at }' ?,t in London, that tlhere was a grwit r'otire among the English Ilaniufactator is f n. creased busincess relatinis with lth \ra',sll British cdolonies, and that the ]IhLt !i irt duties of New Suth \\'as \( u cIe, it to be regaicdd as a voyr ...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

ACSTIRALIA N TELEGRAMiJS. (A.UTRkLItA ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRA MS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELDORitNE, July 19. The Avoca, with the English mail on board, was sighted off Cape Borda this afternoon, and will reach Glenelg about 12 o'clock to-night. The weather is very squlaly and thick. The petition against D. 31. Davies was further heard to-day, and adjourned till Tuesday. The trial of O'Neil, for the Footscray murder, is postponed till next Sessions. Richard Egan Lee, of the Police Vuc, was tried to-day for libel and attempting to extort money. The jury have retired till 9 o'clock. Sir William Jervois is too ill to hll an inspection to-night. Colonel Scratch. ley is performing the duty. The police are investigating the alleged murder case of the captain of the Alumbagh. In the Assembly to-night the various oestimates for public works expenditure were passed. MIr. Woods then, in the Railway Bill, moved a schedule Melbourne to Oakleigh. Mr. Munro proposed, as an amendment, the Outer Ci...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

LOCAL LAND BOARD. The monthly sitting of the above board was held in the Court House, Camnperdown, yesterday, before F. H. Puckle, E-q., P.M3., (chairman) and C. Mleg-oa, Esq., acting district surveyor. The following cases were dealt with : SECTION 19. Robert Mitchell applied for 125x. 3r. lip. allotment S3B, Jaucourt. This case was a itjorned irom last Board day to allow the applicant time to casider whether he would. take the land 'with the exciseneunt of a surveyed road running through it, such having been appli.ad for by Mr. Daskein, on behalf of the shire conunil. !Mitchell consented to take the laud on the condition named, and it was accordingly recommended to him. Christina Fricke applied for 160 acres, Corriejong, No objections; recommended. James iGelletly applied for 138a. Or. Sp., 14B, Jancourt. Recommended. SPECIAL CASE. Applied Carman applied to be allowed to relinquish his 19th section holding, allit 54A, parish of Jancourt, containing 99a. r. 25li., hnd to be allowed ...

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EARTHQUAKE AT INGLEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877

EAIRTIIQUAKE AT IVGLEWOOD. A shock of earthquake was felt at Ingle- t 17:,(d .n Tuesday evening last, which the c l ,cal correspoudent of the Bendio Advertiser t thus describes :--An unmistakable, and r what may perhaps be termed a rather heavy shock of earthquake, was experienced, which shook houses and rattled windows in a perceptible manner. So far as can be judged, the precise time of the visitation was sntmewhere between 25 minutes to 11 and quarter to 11. The first notice received of anything unusual occurring was the hearing in the still night air of a heavy rumbling noise coming rapidly from a southerly direc tin,,. When it reached the town houses trembled and shook in a violent manner, while in some instances crockery jingled about to such an extent as to make people believe that it was about to fall on the floor. Wooden and iron houses were most affected, every board and sheet of iron rattling. One story brick houses did not feel the shock so much, but those of two stories...

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