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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. RIOTS IN AMERICA AND LOSS OF LIFE. NEW YORK, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. RIOTS IN AMERICA AND LOSS OF LIFE. NEW YORK, July 27. The situation in America in regard to the strike is improving. In Erie the strike has ended. A serious riot has occurred at Chicago. The military were called out, and 150 of the rioters were killed and wounded. THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL. GALLE, July 27. The Tanjore, R.MJ.S., sailed for Aus tralia on the 26th inst. MOVEMENT AGAINST THE CHINESE. LoNDos, July 28. An agitation has been commenced at San Francisco against the Chinese, and a vigilance committee has been appointed THE WOOL SALES. LON DOs, July 28. The quantity of wool admitted to the next sales is 318.265 bales, including the following shipments :- Essex, Opalda, Cardigan Castle, Red Gauntlet, Bruckley Castle, Loch Long, Auckland, Waipa, Rakia, Duke of Sutherland, Waitara, May, Hurunui, and Adamant. SCENE IN THIE HOUSE OF COMMONS. LoNDON, July 26. The obstructiveness of a few Irish mnem bers of the House of Commons culuiinate:l in a tumultuous and unprece...
EN[?]ISHMAIL TABLE 1877 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
EN ;.,H IAIL TABLE 1877 Itcon Escs t so. Leavrc. London Leavesr London Arrives' Via Southampton Viia Brindisi. at Jlelbourae. January . 11 January . 19) March . . 6 February . Februarv . 16 April . " S March . 8 lMarch . . 1 .LaY . . 1 Airil . . . April . 3 May . . Ua} . . 3 ay . 11 June. . 26 I:ta . SIT June . S July . . -. 24 June . . j July . Auat. . 21 Juk" . .• ..6 .Aust5 . Seltembcr. IS August . . .U.1Unst 31 October . . 16 September I ?.rrember 3 Nove,:mbnher . 13 October. 1s O,,tober . 2- D .ember . 11 Novemnlber 1. November ,J:utary, lSTS S December . 13 December 21 February . 5
FROM VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
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DREADFUL SCENE AT AN EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
DREADFUL SCENE A1 7' AIX LE, ('CU TIOX. ------e------- (FROaM TIIHE SOUTH AVSTI ALIAY IlIf.ITF. lr 215) The unfortunate man ('harles S' , m:t-n, who was convicted at the last Crumiri aM. sions of the Suplreme Court ,4 the ini ie.r of lRobert Woodhead, the assistant 1,1:u a: Wallaroo, was executed .ye?trlay :. t'h Adelaide Gatl. \Votthead, in hes ,,tlic:al capacity, was in St resitman's Ih' u e, 1 in 0 e was set upon and stalbbe,l by tie Lat?r. Symlpathy hash)e very wid elyx enri i,, 1ir the condemned man. a, it wea felt ,'l"u ii mind at the time when he C,',nllittl t:,, rash act was to sinle d,.gree athi'fct biy ifh domestic troubles. h'fe condemnnel ma:i h 'is prvl i,:,d throltghle penitent since hts c'r,'.1,::i r and has behaved in th!l Ii -t e?r[\tn;, mnanner. Mrs. Stieitmarn1, iit wNi,. ',"1,1 1 been allowed to vis:t hunt. 11 \i. ,: left with three yonlg hlildr,.n :t, upon her, the ruu e't 1,, . armi, says that the ld,"'ea:,' .:, a most excellent husbalnd andi father. 1:lt wa of...
PARTIALITY AND ROWDYISM AT THE COLAC BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
PARTIALITY ANAD ROWD1)'lJI Al THlE COLA G BA"QCLET. The Geelong Adrertiser was very rat ll Saturday last with these who so misbeh° , themselves at the banquet on the 1l,rr 5 day. WYe do not think our conte lnporar rightly apprehended the cause of thej r ceedings, upon which he so strongly aniia. verts, but what he says was none the It merited. Here is a portion of it:,. I worst feature of the celebration, l.. was the political feeling ehibite,j at t banquet, and we must expl ess our Spri that the Conservative Corunmittere whichl planted the Democratic and tIhse of th friends who were piresent at the ballqut, were so deficient in decent l; eldining a irid taste as to miake a wnoii-politi 'le+.t i lent the means of displaying theul pcoiti? s he proclivities. cThe party to whirh .thy elnn assumes to possess some superior xt cellepet and to regard with disgust the antag?oni~ excitement of 1'ublic meetings, ail, fors th we find them booting and generally i,,, at this banquet, and without...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. INVESTMENT OF SILISTRIA. LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. INVESTMENT OF SILISTRIA. LoNDos, July 27. The Russian forces have invested Silis tria. RUSSIAN COMMUNICATION WITH THE DANUBE TBREATENED. LoNDos, July 27. A Turkish army corps concentrated at Plevna threatens the communication of the Russians with the Danube. The Turkish reserve force has been called out. ANOTHER TURKISH DEFEAT. LONDON, July 28. Sulieman Pasha has been defeated at Karabuner. LOxDON, July 26. The Russians have been repulsed at Silistria. Sulieman Pasha, the new Turkish com mander in Roumelia, has reached Kara bunar, a short distance from Philippo polls. Lord Derby, in a despatch to Lord Augustus Loftus, the British Ambassador at St. Petersburg, fears thai the Russian atrocities will bring about a terrible ven geance.
CAMPERDOWN SKATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
CArJIPERDO ll'i SAATING CLUB. The adjourned meeting of the Camper down skating Club was held at the Me. chanios' Institute on Friday evening last, when some seven ;or eight members put in an appearance. The minutes of the previous meeting hav ing been confirmed, the election of officers for the current season was proceeded with, Mr. E. 11. Green in the chair. Mr. W. Bramley was unanimously appointed presi dent, s ith the folowiung managing conimitte : -Messrs. Picken, Robinson, W. Scott, Down, A. Scott, J. Wiggins. and P. Tait, on the motion of Mr. William Scott, seconded by Mr. A. F. Scott. Five to form a quorum, The re-appointmentof M1r. R. H. H) de, to, the Secretai yhip was then moved and carried, after some demur from that gentleman. The President having been installed in the chair, a letter was read from the trustees of the Mechanics' Hall agreeing to let that place as a rink for a further tenure of three mouths as applied for. On the motion of hMr. W Scott the Secretary was i...
THE BALL COMMITTEE AND THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
THE BALL COMMITTEE AND THE ,MtXCl[AS L a' LVST'ITUTE. To THE EDITOR OF THE CHIRONICLE. SIR,--\ith a view of an evening's amuse. ment, a few residents of the the township decided to hold a ball in the Mechanics' Institute At a meeting held for the purpose of arrauging tpreliminaies, a committee was formed and instructed to apply for the use of the hail, and on applying to the Secretary were informed that the charge woull be C3 31., with the use of the hil pi ~ui, ,1 C4 4s. if the new piano was used. This charge the co!nnittee thinik exeCssive, ,!St consequetly decline to proceed. By their d..ng so, the towns-people are pic vented from having the use of the hall, many of them having in various ways assisted in paying off the debt on the hall. The committee think that the Institute committee by charging so high are making it prohibitory. By giving this space in your columns you will favor TIZ BALL COIMTTE,
THE REV. F. R. M. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
TIHE REV. F. R. M. WIILSON. ---3------- The Camperdown Presbyterian Church was crowded on Sunday niornitg last to listen to to the farewell sermon of toe Rev. F. 1R. M. Wilsou, who has accepted a c:all to the Kew Presbyterian Church, and uill pre ceed to his new charge in the course of a fe,c days. Mr. Wilson took for his text, '2 Gcr., iv., 5-" We preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord, and ourselves y,iur servants for Jesus' sake,' and delivered ft, oi these words, which he treated textually, a very sound and faithful sermon, with his accustomed animation and energy. Like other men. he said, ministers n.sal their temptations-they even had temptations peculiar to their otffice-temptations to self seeking-temptations, in thls unbelieving age, to keep back a part of the truth, lest they should be thought narrow minded, or not keeping pace with the progress of modern thought-temptations to adopt a certain style of proceeding, on the represen tation and at the solicitation of ...
THE "Camperdown Chronicle," With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THE OFFICE, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
'rilE With ahith "The IIA~1'DEN GU'AIPI.\N" it incorported IS PUBLISIIEI) TUESDAY .ND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MIAILS, AT THE O"FICr, MANIFOLD-STRIuI:T, CAM I'El:1, OWN. SrslCtrito - Per quarter .. Subscribers can enly· dis +tinui e at tihe Cri R quarter, cn a notice to that effect in oritini, and }n the payment of all arrears Am?'Fi:TI-No - Ordinary Advettisem?,,n, per inch . Per inch, per quarter A considerable redtition if ,;lvcrt u?, t aret - serted for a lengthened I?lr' d. Advertisemetits must slcci, gpon the fP'e ,, tham the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until counnterlandel, aid c~ur? All orders for it ser:ihn, alterction, or withtitwal of advertisements, nu.,t le in aritin, andi shoulhi tl sent in not later than mid-d ,n Monda-.y and Thursdays
AGENTS [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
Melbourne A . Mtsr. Gro ad ,h Ballarat .ror. \. Gt ch Geelong .. Mr. enri Franks olac .. Mr. W, . J.Gren Pirronyaloak M.r. MaJafee Terang .. .. Mr. M. Lanz Cobdion .. Mr. James Bishop and . Mr. J. Molyneux Pomborneit .. . Mr. C. 11 lloker Cobrico . Mr. A. P. Writht Naroghid .. .. Mr. Jamnes Griffin Lismore ., Mr. Jame, Parry Darlintton . ,. Mr. S. D. l1od n Mortlake Mr. Mr E. F. llughes Derinallum .. .. Mr. J. J. Dau hney Warrnambool Mr. W. Davies JOB PRINTING of every des:ripti:n executed oFr the most reasonable termn, with neatness and dee atch. 'rinted and Publishell by JAMF.S ALLEN, ra 2rictor, at his General Printing Office Amiiifold-street, Camperdowx , in the colony ~ Vi ck1or6
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
DENTISTRY. M R. J. L. D. MAWSON, (of the firm of Mawsou Brothers, Dent:sts, Moora bol-street, Geelong) may be consulted at the HAMPDEZN HOTEL, CAMPERDOWIN, on THURSDAY, 2nd August. WANTED. " TANTED, hy a young lady, BOARD Y antd L DGUINU. Address "823," Post Office, :amperdown. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. ; IT . FERGUSSON has for PRIVATE 1. " SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Elingamite, Jan court, Timboon, and Mortlake. Mauifold.Street Campendown. Special Advertisements. .~ . . . ... = m w II r r i m x; A x x BARKLY HOUSE A. I ATO ', FAMILY D?RAPER, MOIRABOOL STREET, GEELONG. Dressmaki g executed in first class style. Tailoring at lowest prices, fit guaranteed. IMENS' AND lOl')' ('OIHIN;, CARPETS, MATTINGS, & FLOORCLOGHS. GEELONG. 3 y a a U w I a x a Y Y x i Gi 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. TAIT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CA MPERDOWN . BRISCOE AND ...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
MIELBOUlSNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MIELBOURSE, July 25. M9essrs. J. ;. Dongharty and Co. report: Fat Cattle-1,0t3 entered fr sale,an abundant supply of ooed quality beef, but prices hehl their own, and their was no Ierceptible change from last week's rates. Quotations :-Best bullocks, L15 15s to Li6 7s -il; medium and good, L10 to L14; cows, good, LS to £10. Fat Calves-Only 26 in, most inferior, which sold at extraordinary prices, nearly double last week's, in proportion to size and quality. Q?otations :--5s to 100s. Fat Sheep-23,000 yarded. Despite the large number in, the demand excteded the supply for good quality, which sold at fully last week's rates : aiongst second-class sheep the absence of the mest-prescrving companies was felt. Quota tions:--: -st crossbred wethers, 22s to 26s 6d; do ewes, 15s to 20s ; best merino wethers. 12s to 16s; do ewes, 10s to 1' 6d. Fat Lambs-O10 penned. The demand brisk, and more could have been sold at setitfactory prices Best brought from 9s to 10s ...
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
t;RAIN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MA IKETS. ess, L. ,ld ansld IIughes' report: The market fir breadstuffs has during the past week been quiet, only a moderate amount of business having been trans .act I at prices supporting last week's quo tation-. Wheat-The limited parcels offering meet with ready sale at 7s 5d. Holders are now asking 7s li, a?dn there is every probability of this figure being rezlioed befoire many days are ever. Flour-At aue tion ytlerlday L15 15s was realised for a parcel of wo0nter7 four, .nd several large transactions have been nsared into for exportation at the same figure. The market closel to-day firm at L15 15s, with a good en quiry fur export. Oats-A very good demand has been experienced during the week, and sales have been made at is 9d, for inferior Tasmanian coast, and uip to is .d f.r New Zealand heavy feed ; and milling at 4 SEd. Barley-There is a good demand for really prime chevalier, and all lots offering meets with ready sale at 5s. During the week we ...
New Advertisements. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
New Advertisements. it foi NOTICE. lai th A MEETING of the CAMPERDOWN we FOOTBALL CLUB will be held on at WEDNESDAY, the 1st of August, at Wig. / gins' Leura Hotel, at 8 p.m., to select a team to play against the Colac Club; also to it consider other items of importance. af F. BENNETT, ni Hon. Sec. tl w FOR SALE. ti IF OR SALE-BARLEY, SEED PEAS of I threshed by hand, and POTATOES, b HILL'S FARM,- ----. al (;noiuk, t] About.tito miles from Camperdown. M Steam to England, t Front Sydney & Melbourne, In 40 days. SR I NT L I N E. n TIE following magnificent full-powered ( STEAMSHIPS, t Belonging to the Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Will be despatched From Sydney and Melbourne To LONDON, Via SUEZ CANAL, Taking all classes of passengers. i Tonst I lorse Date of Steamer's Name . wer ailing. LUSITANL .. 3525 3000 15th Sept. re CHIMBORAZO 3-47 3000 1st Novr. 1 CUZCO .. .. 345 3000 In December The accommodation anil appointments for all clsases of passengers are of the most to com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 31 July 1877
Literature. Conveyances. T COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN TELE. GRAPH LINE. ARPAGEMENITS FOP. 1878. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. DAY COACH in connection with rail at Winchelsea leaves Camperdown at S.30 a.m., Colac, 12 noon, ariving at Winchelsea in time to connect with the train leaving fur Geelong, at 3.45 p.m. Leave Win ehelsea on atrival of train from Geelong at 11.15 a.nm, dte at Colac at 2.30 p.m., due at Camperdown at 6 p.m. F.vas-Camperdown to Winchelsea .. 15s. T Colac to Winchelsea .. .. 6s. NIGHT MAIL. ielfast to Geelong ria Camperdown. Mall Coaches from Belfast pass through Camper downn Mn Mondays, Tuesdays, HV ednesdays, Thursdays, 1 and Fridays at 11 p.m., reaching Winchelsea at i.0S p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdown at 1 p.m. reaching Winchelsea at S p.m. RETURN MAIL COACHES Leave Wincheisea Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, ' Thursday, and Friday at 11.30 p.m., arriving at Cam- J. perdron at 5.45 a.in. On Sunday leaves Winchelsea at 5 a.m., arriving at Canperdown at 11.3...