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OFFICIAL WAR TELEGRAM. LONDON, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

OFFICIAL WAR TELE GIIAM. BY SUBMIARINE TELEGRAPH. LoNDos, July 18. The Russians captured Nicopolis with alight loss, taking two pashas, 6,000 pri 5cners, and 40 guns. The Russ'ans have possession of the principal passes of the Balkans. Their head-quarters atTirnuva commnand the bridges on one side, and the Balkans on the other. South-east of W;,iddin, on the Danube, the Turks have fallen back upon Lomnm. The Czarewitch commands the Russian forces. Important results are expected at Rustchuk. In the Armenian campaign the Grand Duchess is attending the wounded at Alexandropol.

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

NEW SOUTH LWALES. SYDNEY, July 23. The Minister of Lands is sufficiently recovered to attend to his duties. The Corona has arrived with Govern ment immigrants.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

A USTRALIAIV TELEGRAMS. (A.usTrRALIhA A SOCC1TED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, July 23. Sir William Jervois's report on de fences recommends two forts with tor pedoes near the entrance to Port Phillip and the outer anchorage, and the passage to be defended by two land batteries, the Cerberus to act with the forts. Any pos sible attack from Western Port to be met by a field force. The permanent artillery to be increased to two hundred men, the naval reserve to be two hundred, the volunteer garrison artillery two hundred, the torpedo signal corps one hundred, the field force two thousand, making a total land force of two thousand seven hundred, the total cost three hun dred and fifty thousand pounds, the annual expenditure seventy-three thou sand pounds. Sir William Jervois and Colonel Scratchley proceeded to Sydney to-day. The Penang and Singapore cable has been restored. A public meeting is to be held to morrow to protest against the proposed Gipps Land railway g...

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ENTERTAINMENT AT THE MECHANICS. LOCKE'S MUSIC OF MACBETH. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

EXTERTAIMEIEST AT THF 3IECiAN ICS'. LOCKE'S MUSIC OF MACBETH. This celebrated music, announced for performnance to-morrow evening bly some local amateurs, is said to have been com posed about 1606, and is conutnnly at tributed to Matthew Locke. The super stition is that 3acbeth and 1Banqun, Generals of Dunu au, King of S:otland, were journeying together over a dreary piece of moorland in Settlani,. ni:ar Forres, where the King lay, h. n th y were met by three women in strange ant wild apparel (witches), one of thk' ao creatures addressed Macbeth as "the future king of Scotland." The weldt of the weird sisters, it is recorded min Iollinshed, " greatly encouraged Mac beth, but especially his wife, who ':as ambitious to bear the name of Queen,' and the result was that 3Macbeth, urged on by his wife, murdered the king whilst a guest in their castle. Witches, as is known to mlost peop.e, were in those days, and, indeedi, very much later, accredited with all the ne:s fortunes and disaster...

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MELBOURNE MELBOURNE, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

SMELB(UB.NE. (FROMI OW5 COCIY.'(oir.st?,F..1 ) MErc.notl?E, July 21. I do not know whether you take mitch interest or not in the Railway C'(1t elic tion Bill, since you find that the Cant. perdown line is not in it. But it is uppermost in everybody's thoughts here, and it will pass the Lower thouse to a dead certainty, without much alteration, whatever it may do in the Upper. You have, no doubt, met with many patriots in your time of the Munro stamp, who argue one way, and use all their inftience in the other, and you will not, theref re, be surprised, to find Mr. Munro going in for the Outer-Circle, in preference to the direct Oakleigh line, to please his con stituents, although he prays night anld day, if he ever prays at all, that the Outer-Circle may le rejected. And seeing that the direct line will run through sixty acres of aMr. Munro's lanid, who can blame him for this, if he were only honest 1 But the great question now in everybody's mouth is, what will the Upper House do w...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE BRITISH MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON. BOMBAY, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. THE BRITISH MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON. BoMBAY, July 18. There is a report that MIr. Layard, the British Minister at Constantinople, is negotiatig for the entry of the British squadron to the Dardanelles. LoNDON, July 17. It is reported that the Porte declines to open the Straits to any power unless they have their support against Russia. CHRISTIAN ATROCITIES ON THE MOHAMMEDANS. Great atrocities have been committed by the Cossacks and Christians against the Mohanmmedans. OPERATIONS IN ARMENIA. It is announced that the Russians hold Ardahan. A Russian official despatch states that the Russian general (Ter gukasof), after relieving Bayazid, retired to Gumri (Alexandropol) ; but a Turkish official account says that after severe fighting the Russians were routed with heavy loss. THE TURKISH COMMAND IN ROUMELIA. LONDON, July 18. Redif Rasuf Pasha has been dismissed, and Sulieman Pasha commands in Rou melia. He disembarks at Salonica 48 battalions of the army lately oper...

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RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. The anniversary celebrations, religious and benevolent, customary at this season of the year, have now almost run their course. The meetings have been attended by the usual audiences ; but the receipts, owing to the depression of trade, show a slight fall ing off. A list of 51 of the relgiious soci eties including some of the most important in all departments, gives, however, an aggregate income this last year of £I,601,626, collected from voluntary sources.

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THE WAR IN THE EAST. REUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE LONDON, July 21. BRITISH TROOP SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

THE WAR IN THE EAST. (BY SUP" 'RINE TELEGRAPH.) gEUTER'S SPECIAL TELEGRAIMS TO 'fTE AUS TRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE LosDON, July 21. BRITISH TROOP SHIPS. Tho troop ships Crocodile, Malabar, and Euphrates are ordered to be ready for sea on Wednesday. RUSSIANS STILL ADVANCING. LoNDos, July 21. The Russians are besieging Widdin. They have taken Kezanlik, and are ad vancing on Philopolis, but were repulsed at Plevna with heavy losses.

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) ADELAIDE Friday, July 20. GEFERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

A R IVA ,L gL li h or TIHE sh ENGLISH MAIL J. tha sale ( UTTRALIAS ASSOCIATED rPiESS TELEGOAAMS) and e--- AmLAIuE , Friday, July 20. Pri clo; (;EFERAL SUMMARY. eas -- - but L.oND.o June S. Phi IHer Majestvy is in good health a Balmoral, 10 whither she proeetded >vith Prince Leopold 2d. and Princess Beatrice on the 1Sth May. The ha. CLurt will I eturn to the south in a foi t ight. sc 'Ihe Queen cgav a garden ball to the ten- a autry and sirvants at Balmoral on the 2nd inst. bn The Prince andil inc'·~ i \V\ ales are in i e L.ndon. l iis Royal Highness met the a Princess at Paris, on herreturu from Atheus, re: on M ondtay last. E Intelligluce reached tL.e Aduniralty this cl week of an englIaginmnt hIavin" tauken place mi off the Peru inti ice'ast ljetweei t Her M ajsty's ha ships Shah and Amethyst raid the Huesca, a wi turretedi ram, built :wo years ago in England in for Peru. Her cicw h is joined a revolu- o tionary presidtit, and committed piratical th acts against British subject...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

MIECIIANICS' INSTITUTE. P CAMPERDOWN. AN ENTERTAINMENT Will be given in the'Hall, IN AID OF THE BUILDING FUND, ON Wednesday Evening, July 25. C BY M3EMBERS OF TIE Camperown Amateur Dramatic Club PROGRAMME : OVE-TUr E--Selection Madam Mr. Woodley Angot" - Piano and and Flaute Miss Buckley "Lockoe's usic to Macbeth" Will be rendred in character, as follows: 1st W itch ... ................. Mr. Picken 2nd do ........................ Mr. Hyde 3rd do ................ ...... Mr. Howlett 4th do ........................ Mr. W. Down.* i INTERVAL OF TEN MINUTES. OvERTuBE-"Abyssinian Ex pedition" (Pridam) Piano...Miss Buckley To be followed by Mr. Benry Mayhew's FARCE "The Wa.dering Miastrel." CHARACTERS Mr. Crincum ............ Mr. W. Wiggins Herbert Carol...... ........ Mr. Hl yde. Tweedle ..................... r. W. Brown Jem Bags..................... . . T. odley Mrs. Crincum ........ Mr \V.H -ldersou ti Julia.. ........................ M r. J. N ylon o' Peggy ........................ Mr. ...

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GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

IGRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION M ARKETS. oIELBnoca'E, July 12. hessrs.- Lord and llughese report : The market for breadstuffs has been unnsuallv dull duringr the past week, but in feeding grains a good businv.- has been doing at improved rates. Wheat Sales since a;r last report have been made at s 5d for prime Northern, and for one line of Westerm we reali-td 7s ' .d. Flour-At auction yesterday several parcel- of country flour were offered, and, as biddings were rI:y lip to L15 15s, the whole was withdrawn. H,!.-ler, rn:,:Ž: no disposition to accept a lower price th:n !.1 , and at this figure sales have been made. Oat? A t:;!nak:ed improvement has taken place in valu,: duriug the past few days. At auction, Tas manian i cr st realised 3s Sd to 4s, and New Zealand !ea:l feed at 4S 3Id. The market to-day closes very firm. with an advancing tendency. Barley-Several large lines'of New Zealand malting have been quitted at fron is ilt to 4s 10d, according to quality, and fetdlin ba:rI at Is ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

ARRI V AL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, July 21. The City of Sydney entered the Heads at ten o'clock. AMERICAN NEWS. SAN FRANCISCO, June 20. Business is improving, and stocks have taken a sudden and extraordinary rise. A waterspout on the 4th June flooded the country two miles north-west of Barlington, Iowa, causing great damage. A torando at Mount Carmel, Illinois, on the same date, wrecked that town, and caused the loss of twenty-three lives. The suit against Peter B. Sweeny, one of the Tweed Ring, has been compromised, the estate of his deceased brother agreeing to pay'a large sum on account of the demand sought to be recovered. 400,000 dol. is the figure stated, There may be trouble with Spain on ac count of an alleged outrage by a Spanish cruiser overhauling and detaining an Ameri can whaler off the Cuban coast. Secretary Evarts is moving in the matter. The Colonel Freedman's Bankiproperty in Washington has been offered for s...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JULY 24,1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

TUESDA Y, JULY 24, 1877. As the war in the east of Europe pro ceeds, the plan of operations laid down for the Russian generals becomes more apparent. It is to be a protracted war -slow, wasting, and inexorable--not a short, sharp, and decisive campaign. It is a war of aggression and conquest, even avowedly so; for the Russian makes no secret of his ultimate design. An enormous mass of destructive materials, both human and mechanical, has been gathered together; and the intention is to crush Turkey out of political existence, at whatever cost of blood and treasure. With this key always at hand, it will be easy to um lock the secrets of all the movements we read of from time to time as occur ring on the battle-field, or in the Cabinets of Europe, or in the Legis lative Assemblies of the nations; at the same time, all hasty inferences respecting the probable issue of the struggle will be timely checked. There are some people amongst us who are ready at any moment to express their belie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

Literature. THE 'lei ' in (t1 idt, With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDI " 1 is incorporated IS PUBLISHED WvERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THEi OFFIC, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. ' SBuscsirnros- Per quarter .. .. .... s. 6d. posted .. .. .. 78. 6d. týlcribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears AnvenTrTlso- Ordinary Advertisenients, per inch . 3S Per.inch,perquarter ........ .. 15s i considerable reduction if advertisements ire in serted 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 advertisements, must be in writing, and should be seat in not later than mid-d-y on Mondays and Thursdays. AGENTS- Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon aud Gotch Ballarat .. .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks C...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

MELHf ;UUEN LIVI: sTocIK M1ARKET MELBOURNE, Julyx IS. fens. (t:or-e I)noli;uoity aind Cu. reporl: Fat rittle 1.1 15 araed. eon-istin. of one lot of nearly , :: i nll k, from Queensland, two drafts fr.ont ien-' uti tit a1, :111- the haIlanc Victoriani. Or the oh, le, 'od quality sold at an improvemert on cost ly -te -t-1 bullock anti cows. blul' k= ll 15,tlnat. L:; .1 du do, bulloeks to Llr 7- r ol, L; ; tad and a anvail draft of cuin. Fat Il n G-ool n.eGo eim wei-ihts and quality reali-u z , I F. 'ht-ep--l15,1'') constituted the wreek's tiuply. The dcmand was brisk, and tencrair · s::..i fsory pries were realisel. Quota. tfln= . Best tr.'n retd wettoer0, 2cs to 3''- 6d- do enw- 173 to °, ;e h orerineo wether, Iis to IeS &t Ii r5, l's Il 1td. \'e mid-eid nrino wetilere irf n it .:Nrth, 1:r s d t ; 25te do from lit. Cotterell, to 1>s 11. Fat t uIlns- Ku 'eIned. Boot selrlng from Is t., lie. i1 .,ad-I:dti fir Dr. Rowe, from the ret es cri -, ture Stcik- We tiId-,5 Lincoln b ...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL. TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

MIEIllVO1[:NE W\Y ]Il.. TALLOW, ANDI Bill?l' 3M.R?KET. _ 3MELIOURN.E,. July 1S. 91esr,. N. I-'itdhro'iih :1lnid tCoi. rlepril: Wv h a\i tu iS::ctills t, report ; the marcet con tinuer tirl', :r, wi -:.+I lid at sucti, n ale in about a firt;ight. rltj.-kias-Our ?clts titre tell at terIcid ",- the I-ell trade, who tek all offering at the i,.nin ttric- :-lutcher -'green skins. 3s ed to 7s 47dry skin,. ordiuari sizUs, :;d- to l d per lb: do .ce. ' to i, d ler Ib: crcsslrtds. up to Ss each ii .ie-- This market continuei very depressed. We S i w ,iurtin --Aler.ige ,x-hides, 17s to *2T ; cow bhi:t., , 1b rd '~: s : ctalan salted. 3id to 41d per lb N; Se Z l,:anii do 4d to 4:d per lb. KaIgaroo Skin.- v\ c h- still t++ report a very dull market fr this a!:.- ofi, ,,id. We ,iute lare fresh skins, well taken :i, u'I t, I10d p-ri lb. Talk--At our sale hit ye reria we tt1ained- f-r mutton, fronm 1 1.10sl Lt i,,- ie toi ; : bheef, ir,,nl L:2 to, L34 per toll :nmixed fric L to [L: 10 si per tn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

HORSES. ESTABLISHED 1833. Lieutenant James's Blister You may turn your Horse to grass, or in a loose box, or yard, immediately after the application without a cradle or other re straint, as no Horse will gnaw it. It will never blemish. The hair returns in ten days. It may be used to a foal, however young. It will not touch the hunian hand. The horse may continue its accustomed labor. CAuTwro.-None genuine _ without the signatures of the proprietors, R.S. JAMES and J. JAMES, are on the top label of every pot, as an nexed. AOENTS : FELTON, GRIMWADE, AND CO., MELBOURNE. Extensively used 43 years. " eware of a spurnous mitation." The "Illustrated London News," in referring to ure literature, speaks of the "FAxILY HERALD, thaI oy to tens of thousand of innocent English house holds.' Price Sixpence. FAMI LY HIERALD MONTHLY ARTa The "Austrlaasian" says:--"This favorite do mestic magazine retainsall its old interest and variety Price Sixpence. F A ILY H ERALD MosTHLY PART: The "Mount Mail" ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

DIED. HINSBY.-On Friday evening, 13th inst., at her residence, Holebrook Place, Davey street, Hobart Town, Tasmania, Lucy, the beloved wife of H. Hinsby. MARRIED. FORTH-WARE.-On July 7th, at the resi dence of the bride's uncle, John Thomson, Esq., Keilambete, Terang, by the Rev. S. Fraser, De Lancy Forth, Esq., second son of Capt. F. H. A. Forth, late of H.M. 21st Scots Fusiliers, to Annie Thomson, second daughter of the late J. G. Ware, Esq., of Koort-koort-nong, Camperdown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 July 1877

New' Advertisements. FIRST-CLASS NURSERY STOCK. BLOOMING RIODODENDRONS. rp \WO hundred good healthy plants, having L not less than three (3) to thirty (30) buds each, of the finest imported kinds, will be supplied at from 10s to £1010s per plant. SPECIMEN CAMELIA PLANTS. Avenue Trees, Spanish and Horse Chesnuts, Ash, Elm, Oak ; stout, well-rooted Cedars; Wellingtonias, Pines, Pinus, Araucarias, all healthy and thriving stock. Also, Plants of Recent Intro- Transplanted ForestTrees duction Conifer:e Stnie and Greenhouse Hardy Climbers, Clematis, Plants &c. PLunts for Winter Forcing Azaleas, Kalmias. &c, Azaleaindicand Caruelias Roses, Standards ant Tree Carnations and Ericas Dwarfs Ferns and Lycopods Fruit Trees Hardy Trees and Shrubs Grape Vines Dutch Bulbs, Flower Roots, &c. IIEDGE PLANrS IN LARGE QUANTITIES. GEORGE SMITH, ROYAL EXOTIC NURSERY, WENDOUREE PARADE, BALLARAT. SIIRE OF IIAMPDEN. ANNUAL ELECTION-EAST RIDING. OTUTICE is hereby given that Thursday, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877

Special :Advertiseoents. SBARKLY HOUSE c lU 8 A. I'ATON, I FAMILY 1RAPER, .10JPA13001 STREET, 3 GEELOG. $ DreSSBaki~g executed in first. class style. TAi10ring at lowest prices, fit a guaranteed. A S EN?s' AND BOTS' CL.TrUIWs a CARPETS, MATTINOG, & FLOORCLOTHS. GEELOIG. * Notice. M R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, will in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Commercial Hotel. I'. W. TAI T, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CA MPERDIOWN. BRISCOE AND CO., W O LESAdLE IROVNMONG1 S 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT RE DUCTION Previous to re-buildiar. ALFRED KNOTT, Solicitor, Proctor, and Conveyancer, Commissioner far taking Affidavits, LEURA-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Attendance at Terang and Mortlake on the usual court days. !Money to Lend. • V also, sums from £100. R. HOWE. Financial Agent. Colac. WANTEB. W ANTED, a NURSEMAID. Apply . to Mrs. WILSON, Manse, Camper LOWD. WAN...

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