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THE NEW RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
THE SEW RAILWAY GCOJSTRUC- W TIOX BILL. pr The Railway Construction Bill, the seconl nn reading of which was taken on Tuesday « evening in the Legislative Assembly, was pa issued on Monday. The following are the '" lines included in the bill as set forth in the ti) third clause:- 1. A raih, ay commencing at the Melbourne to terminus of the Victorm:n Railways, and tel- to minatiug in the parish of Mllgrave at the te comnmeucemenlt of the railway roni aleigh th to Sale in the line and upon the lands de- er scribed in the first eel e.lu!e hereto. and sLuch railway a:: the railwav frnm Oakl..igh to ti Sale may be caled the tii,.'s Land Railway. th 2. A railway cnuning at a po:,iut on the Nrth-Ea.-teirn ai w*ayi a Avenel, and ter- pm muinati,' at shepiT::'ti, it the line andi e Ulilp ti:e lai?,l dcirid, itn the second 'w schedule to this ac:, to be c:lled the Goul- at burn Valy 1 -lil -ay. fr 3. A raillwa: cininiencing at a point on ou the Maryiir ugh and Dunlly Rliailway at w" Dunolly, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
Special Advertisements. BRISCOE AND CO., WEOLESALE IZxNMONGERS 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT R E DU C T ION p Previous to re-building. 20 ALFIRED KNOTT,.. Solicitor, Proctor, and Conveyancer, Commissioner far taking Affidavits, LEURA-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Attendance at Terang and Mortlake on the usual court days. Tn Money to Lend. to S1 5j000j TO LEND in one sum; i j U also. sums from £100. R. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colac. BARKLY HOUSE 0 A. PATO 1N, FAMILY DRAPER, MOORABOOL STREET, th G E E L O N G . A- - --- W Drossma11ig exocuted in firt- - class style. Tailoring at lowest prices, fit guaranteed. MlENS' AMND ;O)TS' (T'LOTIHING CARPETS, MATTINGS, & r FLOORCLOTHS. to GEELON G. . na WANTED. w i T-ANTED a situation as HOUSE1MAID. ap S .- Address J. B., Post Officc, Terang. ti; NOTICE. A AL PERSONS found trespassing with DOGS in the Larra paddockl will he prosecuted. Poison laid after thi...
MEETING OF PRESBYTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
1rL' ETIo OF PRESBYTERY. The PrestlvTerv sa t it non on Wed nesday, tie 1Sth inst., and the following mnelnbers were present :--The Revs. S. Fraser (in tihe chair,) F. R. 3. Wilson, S. C ,rrie. J. Anderson ii. H. CEllerninn, uni-trsi : Daniel .Iackinnon, Esq.. Tih Rev. 5. FI,:ter opened the meeting i v pra'yer, and the mninutes of the last S i: , r. read :tug cotltitmed, when th ! rel.;itn ti, the call of M[r. Wilson to lw tt ns ,tken, int, tonsideration. Mr. Fr. t- 1 rit1 -tailed the object of the ia,'tin ani, said, tihe Preshvtelv were then rea.i " hiar what could be said in su: pl, rt ,, tht call. 'h, tRv. Ir. I. aedtnitald, Commissioner n bih.i if the Kew Chnlreh and the S.?.' Drat Prts'vterv. then rose and S Is thi' meetin,., through the i 1 . lie had a very dificeult, and a : tI iufIl diiut t, perforlm, and vet it ,v:, 'u'" n alto, gether iunalloved with pi,.asnre. He, apjp.":tred t,1 suppl rt the call f Mr. \V"1,'IIn t' the i(hMrch ait lew'. ;t: 7:l rt?,l",t of, the 3ell ,iur...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
7' _ Al 1 1'[ABLE? 1577 luoM~ E~:~~. 0 Leaver Liundk: Lo'aves London Arrivel rna S, uthainlpth I'ia. Brindlisi. at Melbouru' January fl . iinitafy 19 March . 6 Febnhr.Y Febru:ary. 16 April 3 Matt h S Ma ri . . 10 1 April i pri 13 31 : 21) )fad - a 11 1 Jn'e . Mayti s1 June I. \u ti Jul} ii Xii't 3 'enilr. 1S Au:Uut t 51 U ther I Iii AuIU:u:" . All O!.:h 'T. ] ce ;cmb I Se' p her 2S N v~.tnlher 13 O0a. -,QT t,' " "B 11'^ernber 1 ýcr~nl -i~r U:r,17 Deccmbvflb [,.-I' ::lt"ibr '1 Felruary . Xn-' .trrl L. qt:. Arrives at Lou-ni-i SAtti:nn . ' ' \rrh 12)iarch . 10 Fe',-um A. it 9 Aprl . . . 16 Ma . . 1 J l . . 1 uly lit $t dr , ,4: ''" October . _ jar 'nitcr 1i Niemblier . 26 17 tksme-. c r 21 ".ea -.l 1a tiff 11 1 iiiiirviS7 21 17 -,'ir~n 11 I-dr-s-vp 1S
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
Literature. THE "hlthitut qroiunid," With which "The IIA31PDEN GUARDIAN" Pr is incorporated is PUBLISHED TUESDAY TAND FRII)A', IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, Th AT TI onl IC, JO MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. mh Th Per quarter .. .. .. .. 6 6s. T6d posted .. .... 7s. 6d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a I quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears at 1 ADVRTISt. aG- Ordinary Advertisenients, per inch i.. 3s Per li?ih per quarter .. ... 15s A edciderable reducilon if advertisOments are in serted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them par 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-day on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS- TH Ilelbourn .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Ootch Ballarat .. .. Mr. i. Gooeh Geelong .. Mr. HIenr...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
1------ FRIDA Y, JULY O, 1877. IT was no joke of ours when we urged the other day as an obstacle to the opening all the roads in the colony at once, that the Government did not know exactly where they were. We were then only stating what we knew for a fact, and with the view, no doubt, of affording Mr. LONGMIORE an oppor tunity of explaining, he got his Col lingwood henchman, Mr. TUCKER, to ask him a question on the subject on Tuesday evening. Not to go farther at present, we can give the public another piece of information-and no joke-which is, that the Lands depart mnent are quite as much at a loss to point out to Mr. LONG(MORE where the boundaries of the large estates, which he and his colleagues propose to tax so heavily, are, as they are to point out where the closed roads are, and he can get Mr. TUCKER, or any other equally pliant member to ask him a question or that subject, if it so pleases hire. But we must confine ourselves now to I\r. LONG?MORE's answer to Mr. TUCKER on t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
Keating's Cough Lozenges, OMIPOSED of the purest articles. These Lozenges contain no opium, nor any deleterious drugs therefore the most delicate can take 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 0OCUES, ASTHMA, SRO1NCEITIS, ACVMUULATION OF PELEGM. COPY OF TESTIMONIAL. Mr. T. KEATING. Indian Medical Service. Dear Sir,-IIaving tried your Lozenges in India, I have much pleasure in testifying to their heneficial effects in cases in Incipient Consumption, Asthma, and Bronchial Affections. I have prescribed them largely, with the best results. W. B. G- , Apothecary, H.3.S. KEATING'S COUGHI LOZENGES are prepared by TrroxAs KEATIso, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, and sAd by all Chemists, in boxes, and tins. Keating's Bon Bons or Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETM3EAT, both in appearance and taste, furnishing a most agreeable method of administering t...
CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1877. Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M., and W. Ower, Esq., J. P. FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 July 1877
CAJIPERDO IWYS POLICE CO UR T. TnURSDAY, JULY 19, 1877. Before F. H. Puckle, LEs., 1'.M %., and W. Ower, E-q., J.P. FRAUD. George Matthews was charged with fran dulently inducing Thomas Tranter to sign two valuable securities, viz., bills of ex change, by false pretences. In this case, it will be rememberrd, a warrant was issued for the arrest of the accused, who gave him self up to Constable Sinn. tt, and was bound, bef,,re Messrs. Walls and Ower, in his own recognisance, to appear at the present court. On the case being called on, however, tie prosecutor Tranter did not appear, and 31atthews was therefore discharged. TRESPASSING. A lad named Henri Boyce, aged about 13 years, was charged by William Lamb, with trespassing on his laud in search of game. Mr. Picken appeared for the prose cution, in support cf which the following evidence wts taken : William Lamb deposed to having often seen the accused, with others, trespassing on has property in search of game, and had cautioned him ...
RITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
RITUALISM. Some controversy has been occasioned in O the ecclesiastical world by the decision of the Privy Council in the Folkestone ritual case, originally heard before Lord Penzance, as Dean of Arches. There were 12 charges alleged against Mr. Riddesdale, of illegal practices in the celebration of the holy com munion at St. Peter's, Folkstone, of which he is the incumbent. Eight of the allega tious were admitted, and the appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council concerned four of the charges only, namely, lit. The wearing of the alb and chasuble, known as the sacrificial vestments; 2. turn ing with his back to the congregation while e eating the prayer of consecration, called the "Eastward position :" 3rd. the use of wafer bread; and 4th, having a crucifix with 24 candles on the top of a screen separating the nave from the chancel. It had been contended on the part of the ap pellant that those practices were not unlaw ful. On the first and fourth points, the decree of ...
A GOLDEN ENTERPRISE. LONDON, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
A GOLDEN EYTERPRISE. FROM A LONDON CORRESPONDNET. LuODON, May 29. In extending the underground and other railways of London it frequently happens that on completion of the sinks valuable building sites become available. An in stance of this kind has recently happened, in which a comparatively small plot of land, less than one-tenth of an acre in area, was offered on a long building lease at £1000 per annum. A public house license attached to its site had been carefully kept alive. After waitingsome time for an applicant, aman who is said to have been a broken-down trades man applied for and obtained the lease on the terms stated, and, with the aid of a brewing firm, commenced the erection of a hotel, the site being in the immediate vicinity of the railway stations, and ad mirably adapted to this purpose. The building hadnot been proceeded with -ery far before a would-he purchaser presented him self, offering £20,000 for the lessee's interest, and eventually closed by an offer of £46...
GEELONG RACES. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH). (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
GEELONG RACES. (Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH). (FROM oUR own CORRESPONDENT.) These races took place on Saturday last, at which there was a large attendance. The weather was splendid, and everything passed off satisfactorily. The following are the re sults : TROTTING RACE. Dexter ... ... ... 1 Wanderer ... ... 2 Teviot ... ... Dead Daniel Bone ... Heat. GEELONG HURDLE RACE. Nardoo ... ... ... 1 Stopwatch ... ... ... 2 Sepia .. ... ... 3 HUNTERS' HANDICAP. Monarch ... ... ... 1 Curator ... ... ... 2 pEneas ... ... ... 3 HANDICAP FLAT RACE. Pardon ... ... ... 1 Haidee ... ... ... 2 Don Alphonso ... ... 3 GEELO\G STEEPLECHASE. Lone Hand ... ... ... 1 Quicksilver ... ... ... 2 Electricity ... ..... 3 Splendid race. Won by a neck. SELLING FLAT RACE. Activity ... . . .. 1 Devlin ... ... ... 2 Novice ... ... ... 3
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
I l.lfl?:tlS: E STATION P'UODUCE MARKET. -MELBOURNE, July 18. Meirr. .1. II. (Ilon?h tall Co. report: - W ,,, Therv i. a i,, demand foranyl lots ,tferinz, which me.t a radly sale ; and durin the week we have dri.i ,?ed ,.f _veradl lits by auction and privately, at eatiif:Ca iy pricus. Sheelpskins-We have disposed ,i a larne supply -f all descriptions at full rates, as flli ?&lt; . viz : - For butchers' green skins, 4s Gt to 6. iii, and up tio ? SrI for superior large skins; latrbs, "- t-o 1: ;dry k-ins, 3s to is each; and station skiil, in halp-, a to 7d per lb. Ilides-We have a go,,l .upply fr' ,rd, andi sild at the following prices nvz :-- ur .:ren x, 2.5s to it51s each; cow. 31d to 3,d per li; 'lted Victorian, 33 to 4; -New Zealand, 4jd to 5 nd: clfkint, Bd to Sjd per lb. Tallow-By auctim :ind i rivately we have disposed of an average snpply, a- fI'low , viz;-Inferior, L-7 to L ; mixed, L:-a1 t, I.:s; 1o-. eifd. L31 to L32 10s; and mutton L3 to LSO 10s per ton. Leather- W...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
COIMMERCIAL. The ship Sacramento was chartered at New York, 4th June, for Melbourne; the barque Lymou, from the same port, on the same date, for New Zealand. The barques Madame, Democrat, and Vikar are chartered at NewYork, 9th June, for Adelaide, at about 30s and 32s 6td. The British barque Leota is chartered to take lumber from Burrard's Inlet for Sydney on owners' account. Flour.-Superfine has declined to 5.50 and 6, and extra to 6.90 and 7.25 per barrel. Wheat is in sympathy with the Enclish market, and prices have steadily declined for several weeks, until now 2.15 and 2.17 for shipping and 2.25 and 2.35 per 100 lb. for selected milling parcels are the best obtainable rates. Barley.-The stock of old is heavy, and with a moderate crop of new coming upon the, market prices continue to drop; feed grades more slowly at 1.47'; and 1.57}, and brewing at 1.60 and 1.70 per 100 lb. Oats.-The various grades ars dull at 1.S9 and 2.15 per 100 lb. Hops.-The stock of old is still more than s...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
N1EW ZEALAND. WELLINGTOS, July 20. Parliament was opened to-day with the usual formalities. fhere were no new fea tures in the speech delivered by the Gover nor. The Elections and Qualifications Com mittee was occupied at its sitting on Wed nesday with the hearing of a somewhat knotty question, discussed by the learned counsel engaged in the case of Lock v. Davies. The contention on behalf of the petitioner is that Mr. Davies was a minister of religion at the time of his election, and that he was therefore incapable of being elected. According to the evidence of the Rev. R. Connebee, a Congregational mini ster, the resignation of the ministerial ofce is a purely mental act, of which any written document intimating the fact of its having taken place, is simply an evidence. Mr. O'Loghlen therefore contended, that Mr. Davies had ceased de facto to be a minister of religion at the time of his election, and that that was sufficient to exclude him from the operation of the eleventh sectio...
TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
TASMANIA. lHOBART Tow., July 20. The electiozn of the Attorney-General, Messrs. Beiby, Just, \\'hitehead, Gayer, Lewis, and Grnun, have been petitioned against ,n \varis grunnds. CaptA:i (G;itlitti?, of the Sydney whaler Ornond, la; bh,.eT arr. stdl on the charge of murdering a seamank named tha:k.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 20. The Avoca left for Melbourne at six o'clock this morning. Mr. Black inspector of the P. and 0. Co., is expected by the next mail, with full powers to make arrangements for a new mail con tract. John Howell, bookseller, has assigned his estate. Liabilities, £4,000; assets, £3,400. Private advices report that the ship Inch green is loading at Calcutta for Melbourne with 15,000 bushels of wheat, among other cargo. Heavy rains have fallen at Cooper's Creek. The wheat market is steady at last quo tations. ADELAIDE, July 12. The budget speech is to be delivered on Tuesday week. The Government have stopped the works at the new Parliament buildings. A sum of L500 has been received from )Ir T. Waterhouse, in England, towards the Prince Alfred College. \Wheat is steady at 7s. £1 to 7s 9d.
ENGLISHMAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
ESNLISHMAIL TABLE 1S77 FROM EStRLaD. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Pia Southanmpton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January . 19 )March .. 6 February . S February 16 April . 3 March . . March larch. . 16 May . . 1 April . 5 April . 13 May . -02 May . 3 May . 11 June. . . May 31 June . s July . . . June . :' July . 6 August . . 21 July .. .2; A us 3 September. IS Aurust . ':, Auust " 31 October. 16 September . 't Sertember 2S November . 13 October IS. 1 Octbe . 26 December. 11 Nornl??:r 15. November 23 January, I7S S De.embier . 13 December 21 February . 5 FROM VicroRIA. Leaves .rrives London Arrives at London JIelburne. n Via Brindisi. Via Southampton January. M5 Iarch . 12 March . 19 Februar? 2 April . . 9 April . 16 March '" " May . 7 May. . 14 April . . . 1 June . 4 June . . . 11 Ma . . 5 July . 2 July June . . I. I July . i; Auuat . 6 Juh . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 Auus: . c Septeber 24 October . 1 3"VntnK 4 O'ctober . '22 Otober . . 29 O:.. . 4 Norvetber 19...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRRLIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRA MS) NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. July 21. A lengthy debate took place in theAssem bly last night on Mr. Sutherland's motion for municipal endowment. Sir H. Parkes moved an amendment to exclude the Sydney municipality from the resolution, as the Go vernment intended to introduce a bill specially dealing with the affairs of the city. He stated that if the amendment was re jected the Government would accept it as a vote of want of confidence. The debate was adjourned for a week. ilr. Turner, the working men's candidate, and an old Victorian resident, has been re turned for Northumberland. The. crew of the Lord Ashley, who re fused to go on board the vessel, were brought upto Newcastleand discharged. The Marine Board have stated that she is too deep to go to sea safely. The Australain left San Francisco for Sydney on the 18th inst. In tie Star of Peace claim, at Hill end, a vein has been struck at 690 feet, nine inches thick. SYDNEY...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRES TELEGRAMS.) AMERICAN RAILWAY STRIKE. LONDON, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877
EUIROPEAN 'I'tLEGRAMS DIRECT. cr SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. (Ra['TER'S AU'STRALIAN ASSOCIATED ?RIS TELEORAIS.) AMERICAN RAILWAY STRIKE. LoXnos, July 21. Formidable railway strike in America. Military called out, and tired on people, killine ten and wounding thirty. TIIE AUSTRALIAN MAILS. LoS)oN, July 18. The Australian mails ria Queensland and San Francisco have been delivered. SHIPPING CASUALTY. LONDON, July 18. The Angerona, on leaving Liverpool for Melbourne, was damaged by collision, and put back. She will be compelled to discharge her cargo. SHIPPING. LosDos, July 18. Arrived. - Highfl. er, Eastminster Waipa, Hafsjord, Canterbury, Wave of Lif, Ielen, and Rajah. The National Exchange Bank, New York, was robbed on the 4th by a mere boy. H. got away with 10,000 dol. while the eashier's back was turned.