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AMERICAN FARMING AND DEADMEAT EXPORT. No. 1 SCOTSMAN'S SPECIAL COMMISSIONER. NEW YORK, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
AMERGICAN_ AEASMING' ANt DED DEAD no MEAf T 'EXPOKRT.-- No. 1 atf to ScoTrst.va's ?'rectIr. CouMsisIONE1i. all NEW YORK, April 13. be t it It canu tn saill that tit.: amount of it infonrmatio that haIs beent publiished re- at gardilgfr:n ;g inthlieFarWet is limited: I'1 there is it- fa;ct t ~r t eadl inore iiterature ' ht of this kind ciref.r g to America thani t. coutland. I it vurt little rIliance hat beck: ' laced IupI' ti elow, a, , o .s thatt h a ve rc . , .tih,. Vt , W o rld oi i itr ttu in and p-, . . t i lcew. p _,e'ially those e iitl rtesr i t.' " :tes in tile m South r 1 ' ",hici are as yet but i" partial ted a !nd 'aot t inilculi -at;ed. T. One prouin t tl h'1 't of the ciluirii 1 I am abut b" make is to ',rr:ct or vexify it those " gin ing accti' nts. ' Too uinch ' must 0ll"' bt. l'rised at the outset, but one th:u: ;It least 'iu mIv be sure of, and thai t i i.ptlaru:iity. T h'-c notes shall be nithul if 1 t impartial. i `iThe '.:" tu ttutes iii the Sutnh ald Far ',s?. o...
OFFICIAL WAR TELEGRAM. GREAT EXCITEMENT AT CONSTANTINOPLE. LONDON, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
(I FIJCIAL WAR TELE. GRAM. -- - BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. GREAT EXCITEMENT AT CON STANTIN OPLE. LoDosN, July 23. Thirty -tive thousand Russians are now south of the Balkans. There is great rrnetciLlent at Constantiiaople, the Rus Sian approach to which is considered pr hable. EXPECTED GREEK RISING. Loscos, July 23. ,\ rimui, in Greece is expected hourly, m.?njlire Epirus, Macedonia, and Thes Va`y as t;reck provinces. R>:s\IPTION OF MONTENEGRIN HOSTILITIES. Lo.UNs, July 23. Tihe Turk- have withdrawn fronm Motn tcut,:r., and the Moiiteuegrins are oste rmre actlnr upon the otlellsive. FNF.RLING THE PROPHET'S. FLAG. LoNDu. , July 23. .\ the Turkish Cabinet meeting, pre lideli -,ver iyv the Sultan, it was decided Should RIussia take Adrianople and ad vance tw ai:rds the capital, to unfurl the Pruiph-t's standard. This has caused general consternation. GRITIUII MILITARY TMhVEMENTS. LoNuos, July 23. Troops are being sent to. Malta. It Is rumo,,red that their destination is Gallpoli.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
THE INDORasEmEsr of BOAROS f1OTIoHCbmD is the best guarantee of the soundness of commercial paper. The autograph of that great financier on the back of a negotiable instrument would make it P? good as a bhnk note. In like manner the induroement of the distinguished physicians who, have, above their own signatures, approved and recoahmcnded Unotrao S'OLFE's CIllIEDAH Ai0ons.\ic SBcsnAPs as a pure and muost desirabl stimulant, diuretic, and stomachic, is I conclusive as to its cfficacy. Oxvoes is LIFE.-l DR. RtlGHT'S PIIOSPHO DYNE.-3IULTITU DES OF PEOPLE are hopelessly sufferlng from Debility, Nervous and Liver Com pl tints, Depression of Spirits, Hltpochondria., Timidity, Indigestion, Failure of Hearing, Sight, and .Memory, L.asitude, Want, of Power, Se., whose cases admit of a permanent cure by the new remedy PHIOS PIIODYNE (Ozonic Oxygen), which at once allays all irritations and excitement,, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebled constitution, and rapidly curds every stage o...
EUROPEAN SUMMARY. GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
EUROPEAN SUMMARY. GREAT BRITAIN. Charles Bradlaugh and Mrs. Annie Besant were placed on trial on June 18, on a charge ii of issuing an immoral pamphlet. The trial a is before Chief Justice Cockburn and a b special july. The Solicitor General con demned the work as indecent-it has refer ence to the Malthusian order of thought- but Mrs. Besant defended is as decent and proper. Since the beginning of the prosecu tion the circulation of the pamphlet has in- t creased from 700 to 10,000 copies. li The Government was again defeated on the Burials Bill in the Rouse of Lords on June 18. In the House of Commons on the 19th, George Osborne Morgan, Liberal mem- o her from Denbighshire, gave notice that, in p cast of the withdrawal of the bill by the Government, he would move, on the 17th of a July, a resolution embodying the rejected i clause. After three hours' discussion, the ri motion fer the rejection of the bill was f withdrawn. It was then passed to a third h reading, without division, a...
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL July 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
WA[RRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WYARRNAMEOO uly 21. Messrsn.Hephurn, .eonard t Ilugg reprt : -A limitld supply to hadl, chiefly owing to thegeneral interest taket in 'our important rale of 1,000 head of cattle at Mortlake on the 24th inst. There was how ever an average attendance of buyers, and prices ruled with but little aiteration fronm last week. In fat cattle we have no alteration to quote. Store cattle in very low coudition are dillckult to place, well. bred and in good condition realised improved prices. Fat and store sheep are represented by previous quotations. With fatand store pigs we were unusually wellsupplied; bddings were however animated, and the prices highly satisfactory to the vendors. HIorses The supply is now more than ever inadequate, as the demand for plough horses and others for general farming use is weekly increasing. For working bul locks and mikhh cows of the best description we have special enquiries; and could dispose of either of the above, at the high...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
Special Advortiam tn. - SPECIAL CLRRIRI SALI AT CHEAPSIDE HOUSE. J. i1-. T1U0LtOCI Begs to aiounien that in consequence of the gcralDepression iu ;u:i nliess he has purclsased tirom the importers, at less thau nmanufacturers cost, £,3000 WORTH GENERAL DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. Which, togetthr with his previous large and W\ell-Assorted Stock, amountingto over £10,000, he has resolved to offer at such EXTI EMELY REDUCED) PRICES as, caunnot fail to effect an IMMEDIATE' CLEARANCE. - Our space being limited, ,c are cons. pellcd to otfer large tixantities of gouod FA AR BELOW VALUE, in order to make room for New Goods now coming weekly to hand. Therefore, we confidently say that we will, now and for the future, show the BEST VALUE in Gtelong, as the following list will show. LOOK AT THE PRICES. Silk and Dress Department. In this department we are enabled by the above purchase to offer a large quantity of goods far below the first cost. 500 yards Black Glace, 2s 3d 300 do do do 3s 6d 200 Fancy...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
FRIDA Y, JULY 27, 1877. ARGUMEx T in the Assembly is thrown away on Ministers. It would be better, if such a thing could be done with propriety, to let them have their own way unopposed and unquestioned. They have the power, so far as num bers are concerned, and they intend to use it, as is evident by their majority of 54 to 23 on Tuesday evening on the direct line to Oakleigh in the Railway Construction Bill. We can hardly be expected to feel so keenly on that question as our metropolitan brethren, who will be deprived by the deci.ion Ministers have arrived at of a large portion of the Botanical Gardens, so much cherished by them as a place of recreation and amusement, if nothing should hereafter arise to prevent its being carried out. But we are quite as indignant as any of them can be at the sham fights got up on the Minis terial side of the House, at the sham arguments used by the supporters of Ministers, at the sham conclusions these wind-bags arrive at, and at the sham pretenc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
Literature. THE I Ouinprt`ibd11n Cyonide," With which "The IIAMPDEN GUARDL?N" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AN'D FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT TIIHE OFFICE, :ILNIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. 'rnscrTI.os- 'tr quarter...... s.. 6d. posted ... .. Is. Gd. h~h-critcert can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, n :t notice to that effect in writing, and on the payvment of all arrears ADoERTISING Ordinary Advertisements, per inch .. 3s Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15s A conoiderable reduction if advertisements are in erted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will bS continued until countermanded, and charged. All ordenrs for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal et advertisements, must be in writing, and should be .eat In not later than muid-d rI;tn Mondays and Thurndayn. AGENTS- blelboun o .. Messrs. Gordon aud Gotch .allsrat .. Mr. W. Gooch Goelon; .. Mr. Henry Franks Coale...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, July 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
'I.1ELOSN LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELOSG, July 23. 'r--rs (.eorge tynnot and Co. report: . " 'attcle-A full supply and good demand. There was alto , large attendance of the country trade and prices were finr at late qustatiols. Our sales were 49 head bullock- to Ll3 lts; cows, L12 15s. Fat Sheep -Very few c1:ne tohandaand prices were much firmer. Our Fales were--"01 -wethers, to 13s 6d ; 150 ewes to 10s; and outside, 300 ewes. Total, 650 head. Fat Lambs-The demand is very limited and prices lower. We sold 36 at 5S tCd. Store Sheep-Are in good doe mand, but few lots offering. We have sold in the yards 610 mixed weaners, and on theWimmera, 2,000 wsthers and 1,250 do. GEELONG, July 23. Mcsars. Bnckland antl Burnett report : Fat Cattle-lu hiead yarded. There was a full at tendance ,f but ers, and prices, although under the extreme rates of last week, c ere still qmte up to those ruling a fortnight -ince. lWe sold 34 medium to good quality li.ht-weight cattle, at from L9 15i to L13 10s, for ...
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
RKET5S', I;ALLARA1 1 l I T!. ?LO LK M3ARKET. BALL.ARt1t, July 24. 1.tero. EIlt5r--antk IFagl,.estone t (Co. re port - l at U:i. ;7 :,? 'r ya:rnild, t lr quality. a?:,.,i hfroum n.,li,,:,h p ic. Ithere ;a- a gool attcndantce Vi Inutr., nar bitlding, w,*r- opirit. tl thruughout at tn a?dance f fr:o lO tl to , per head I ltov ratsl, the nar-kt lduin- linl. The fol:owiua e th n . c -a_. :- J. Th1, -uan, 4bullucks, L13 15s d, L .. t-.- L - t d ; 0J e d . ' ,Manifold , 41 bullocks. .-t brt, L5 1. 12s ,, I5 ec,,?, L12 1 d: White h:,.: ,160 caw ,-, 10 1 7d 11e cs Id- t8 head for John lTih,-o"vin, EqI., hailioehete, bllocks, friom L11 s 6d to Li. ?h ted. v s, fromt LS a od to L12 7s 6d, average es abLove; 0Io, S head for different own-rs at market rates. Fat Calves-None in worthy of mention. Fat Sheep-67b'I w:re forward. There was a fair atteud ance uf buters, and pri:ee for best lots were slightly higher, but other descriptions were lower than la;st week:e Best crossbred wethers brought 26s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 July 1877
Lsacopde Island Gunao. TI? E undersigned are now prepared to DELIVER this splendid PHOSPHATE in any quantity. Copies of the analysis, which proves it superior to any yet intro duced in the colony, may be seen at the agent's offices. Price if only 5 cwt. taken, £7 per ton; if a larger quantity, £6 10s per ton. J. C. POOLE and Co., Agents. 108 Collinu-street west, Melbourne. CllARLES STEWART, Baker, Butcher, and General Storekeeper, L I S M O R E, HAVING purchased the premises for merly occupied by Mr. Andrew Gray, begs to state that he intends to carry on the business in all its branches as formerly, and trusts, by keeping a good atock of first-class articles at reasonable prices, to secure a portion of public patronage. Keating's Cough Lozenges, COMPOSED of the purest articles. These Lozenges c ctain no opium, nor any deleterious drugs therefre the most delicate can take them with perfec cunfidence. Their be'.eticial effect is speedy and cer t tin. This old unfailing family remedy i...
FOUNDERING OF THE CITY OF HOBART. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) SYDNEY, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
FIOUVDEhLIXG OF THE CITY OF HOBA RT. (UTSTRIALIAN ASSOCIATED) PRESS TELEORAM., SYDNEY, July 26. The steamer City of Hobarthas foundered but all hands are saved. She left Newcastle on Saturday, with f15 tons of coal, bound for Melbourne. She encountered strong southerly winds with a heavy sea, and on Sunday afternoon took refuge in Port Jack s on. On Monday, the wind and sea having Smoderated, she proceeded on her voyage. tr south winds with an easterly swell were met with to Cape St. George, and a5 erw:rls fine weatbe7. She passed Gaho Island at halfpast 1 on Tuesday, with fine weather and smooth water. All went well uatil 4 o'clock on the morning of Wednes d.ay, when the captain noticed a peculiar thump at the stern, and from an examina. t ion it was evident that the shaft was broken or that the propeller had slipped. Notwith standing every possible precaution, the water rose up to the cabin table. in a w seconds, and the ship was rapidly filling. A 1 hands by this time were on dec...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
SUUTH AUSTRALIA . ADELAIDE, July 2S. The ketch Tauman has becnme a total wreck at Kangaroo Island. The crew were saved. A man named Duncan has been killed during a drunken scuffle at Walmington. Dean Russell suggests the establishment of a churchman's club. About £4500 was raised yesterday towards the new wing of Prince Alfred College. ADELAIDE, July 27. There is nothing fresh as to the political situation. It is understood that the opposition be tween the Adelaide Steamship Company and l '3leckau, Blackwood and Co. has been closed by the latter selling the Aldinga to that company, and taking the value out in shares. The Govermoent steamer for landing the English mails was lan-ched to-day. Wheat is unchanged.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, July 27. A motion to repeal the duty on hemp has been carried in the Assembly, but a motion to reduce by one-half the duty on leaf tobacco was withdrawn. The Somerset, on the trip up, struck t1he Hannibal Reef, fifty miles to the south ward of Cape York, but reached Singapore within contract time. The vessel requires docking. and the next mail by the Brisbane will, therefore, be some days late.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. Svma EY, July 29. It is rumored that the Marquis of Nor. manby succeeds Sir Hercules Robinson as Governor of New South Wales. Mr. Alexander Learmonth died suddenly in his garden yesterday of apoplexy. This morningachild, appraanching too close to the cage of the lion at the Haymarket, was seriously clawed by the animal down the side of the face and body. A reduction in the boot trade, owing to a reduction in :wages, is reported at Christ church, New Zealand. The men are locked out at Lightband's Factory. SIDNEY. July 28. Cheques amounting to £650 were lost yes terday by a clerk in the English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank. The clerk has been suspended, pending an investiga tion. The Normandy was released from quaran tine to-day. Two hundred brickmakers have struck tor higher wages. Therewas a splendid match to.day between the Wallarao and University Football clubs, which was won by the latter. SYDNEY, July 27. The Government intend to...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SrDNEY, July 30. At a meeting of the Working Men's Defence Association on Saturday evening, resolutions were passed for electoral and land reform, for protection to colonial industries, payment of members, and assisted inminiEration. Agricultural rctirns show that this year 143,603 acres of wheat under culti vation, yielding 2,391,979 bushels, or an average of 16( bushels per acre.
(AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
(ACSTRA?LIA...ASSOCIATED TRESS TELEGRAMS.) LMELBOURNE, July 30. A small skiff, named Eve Bella, has been picked up at Mud Island by two fisherman, with nothing to trace to whom it belones. The City of New York arrived at San Francisco on the 26th inst., the contract date. A county court bailiff, named Prater, has been committed for trial on the charge of stealing money entrusted to him. The balance sheet of the Victoriaa Racing Club shows net profits on last spring meeting of neatly six thousand pounds. The proposal to alter the Goulburn Valley line from the west to the east side of the river meets with strong opposi tion. Large sales of flour have boon made for export. Owing to telegrams received from home as to the vintage, large sales of brandy have been made.