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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, August 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
A USTRI'ALIAN TELEGRA.IIS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AusTrlRLIAN ASSOCIATE!D 'I:ESS TELE(RA M.1. MELBOURNE, August '. In the Assembly this evening, Mr. Gaunson called attention to the manner in which he had been referred to in a morning journal, and said if it occurred again, he would take steps to have the delinquent punished. MIr. Berry said that the representatives of the people should be spoken of respcc:'fully, and on the first occasitn of any comlplaiit beine made, the matter would be decided by the House. IMr. Berry then st:ated that it was the intentioni of the (,.verunme:it to invite the House to take action on Sir William Jervois' report as soon as possible. The Regulation of Mines Bill and Mining on Private Prope.tty Bill were then pro ceeded with. It is quite true t!h.t the Oaklcigh railway is umarked out close to (Ifveru muent House, and throlugh the most orna mental portion of the Botahmical (arden.
DEVIATION OF ROAD THROUGH GLENORMISTON. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
DEVIATION OF ROAD THROUGII GLENOfl alISTOx. Cr. Macdonald, pursuant to notice, moved the rescinding of the resolution passed at a former meeting on this subject. Standing, as he did, with his back to the reporter's table, and speaking, as he also did, in a very low voice, he was far from being audible, but he was understood to object strongly to the new road, being only five links from Mr, Black's fence, and wished it to be extended to the distance of three yards. He also spoke at some length on what he considered a better deviation. Cr. Mackinnon was about to speak to the question, when Cr. Ower objected, stating, that Cr. M'Donald's motion had not beec rescinded. Cr. Walker thereupon seconded the motion. Cr. Mackinnon was understood to be in favour of leaving the matter as it was, and not further disturbing it, after whi,', there was a desultory conversation across the table. Cr. Ower, who had, in the meantime, been examining a map, then said, that, although he had all ahlong been...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
FRIDAY, A UG UST 3, 177. W?E are glad to see that the Shire Council have at length taken up the reftuid of the overpaid rates to the late appellants in a proper spirit., Our report of what took place in reference to this at the Council meeting on Wed nesday will Ie found in another column, and it mustt be gratifying to those who wish to see an end of all dissension on the subject. hMr. MAC KINNON gave notice of motion fir re scinding, at next meeting of Council, the resolution passed at a former meeting, to the eftectl tihat a friendly suit at law wa; the best way of settling the qulestion, an, in the event of that resolution being rescinded, he will then move, that the whole of the overpaid rates in the hand; of the Council be at once refunde1. Nothing could, in fact, have been mnore monstrous than the passing of the remsolution, which Mr". ilACKINNON now wishes to see rescinded, except it be the withholding of money, which Judge ROGERS long ago ordered to be repaid to the appel la...
HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
HAzMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. "*- -- 1 ORDINARY MEETINfQ. WEDNESDAY, AuGusT 1, 177, - Present-Councillors Ower (president), Curdie, Walker, Mack, Scott, Macdonald, Buchanan, and M3ackinnou. 3IIN UELS.r The minutes of the last meeting, held on 4th July, and those of the Revision Court on July 14th, were read and confirmed on the motion of Cr. Walker. 1.'OllESPFODENCE. :roin Charatt and (oulder, requesting p ermnssion to erect a sign board across the footpath, in front of their new premises. -G(ranted, subject to the approval of En guieer. From the Under-Tieasiirer, stating, ivith reference to their circular of May 14, under section 111, Licensing Act 1S7(i, claiming a percentage on license fees, &e., received by the Council, that in consequence of a diver sity of opinion, which exists as to the legal aspect of the question that it was not his intention to force the claim on fees collected for 1876. From the Inspector of Licensing Premises, Geelong, asking for a return of the same i...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE August 1. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
,t4UTIII lUS1TAJAlI. ! A lELrA i.I A , ut i Mlr. M2t1lu has given nlicte i t1, brly to aslh what ceuree the (;Va,; teu d ed to I u rsu e inl ca sit . 1u e,": ,o 11 i t . against Sir I lenry Ayers it the (.i,,uCI ve terday. AIr. Hiawker's mtiiinm for IrCuin , thousand extra rililes has Ibeeu ai'jur intto enable the Government the novertut anit, itt The Treasurer expects an increase of L45,000 in Customs next year, an itrreato in the land rates of nearly LIoo,) (ýr( a The :reirsfct shows that, itcludiig te u expended balance, there is au a, tual 'Ieei. on Ist July of this year of L., , 1c, itritad of a sot plus. The G;ovcrnment have ettmt nuiat,1 t the Philosophical Society tihat thit ac n o present intention of undertaking th t cal survey of the cMlhuyv. P'rfessor Tate has di:ev tv,.l , eral glacial surfaces on the clilS netar r]ngitrt At a shearers' meetitng it was deeiic,i that no shearers shall aocejt, less than 1 ,r ?a sheep. The W\est End Buihling Societl'.5 ofice was broken int...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
Literature. Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'s WESTERN TELE GRAPH LINE. ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1876. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. TAY COACH in connection with rail at Winchelsea leaves Camperdown at 5.30 am., Colac, 12 noon, j riving at Winchelsea in time to connect with the .ain leaving for Geelong, at 3.45 p.m. Leave Win. .heilea on atrival of train from Geelong at 11.15 a.m., due at Colac at 130 p.m., due at Camperdown at et n.m. FxAes-Camperdown to Winchelsea .. 15s. Colac to Wincheleea ... . s. NIGHT MAIL. Belfast to Geelong ria Camperdown. Mail Coaches from Belfast pass throtgh Camper. down on on ondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 11 p.m., reaching Winchelsea at 1.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdown at 1 p.m. reaching wmichelea at S p.m. n' rtlgN ??Iu COACHES Leave Winchelse7 aruwday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 11.30 p.m., arriving at Cam pordown at 5.45 am. On Sunday leaves Winchelsea t 5 a.m.. arriving at amnpenlondi at 11.30 a.m. WITI[ BR...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
(;EEI ONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GCLELON;, July 30. .liessr. iriharld 1hellih antid 'o. report : Fat i.' .1A 1 h-rt upply, quality useful to n?od, but ulthil prie... T'he tra *e, both town and coiuntr-y, were well repre-ecnted, il cotupetition was brisk, hest beef re:a:lsin- cble up to 0; peril001hs. Fart Calves Very few in. We sold four fair quality small, at 21s to 30-. Fat Sheep-li point of numtliber the supply was about ui, t- demand, quality of a mixed deserip tion: for anything g-ol, prices were equal to last week's, medlium sorts dull of sale at a reduction. We old--fair quality wethers lis 9d to 13s, do ewes 7s 2,1 to 11- dt. Fat Lambs--A larger supply than usual; anything suitable, hIwever, made Satisfactory prices, inerior s~lld at store rates. We s Id, 56 medium to go.'d at 4s t- ! "i d ; S fair, is ftl; 66 go.d, at Ss; 10 ,I, frmut 65s b to 11t d, and 13 small inferior, at 2s Ci. (;ELOsG, July 30. liers,. D. (tthI:r le landl Co. report : Fat Cattle-Only one draft yarded, whi...
MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
"il.-t IUCET'h, BALLARIA.\T LIVE ',TUUK 3MARKET. BALLAI:AT, July 31. |Mes?r5. lHeprilrtn, Leonarlld - Rowe report: The stock yarded were 303 cattle, 37 calves, 62l sheep, 57 latnLbs. Fat Cattle-A moderate supply came to band, qudlity rtnging from medium to prime. There was a limtitcle attend:ace of buyers, but all gaoo and trinme pet? were briskly c? mtieted for at a slight ial Sance on last l wck's rates. Best pens, stationl bred bullocks, sold to L20. Following are the principal averages :--!r. Niel Black, 30 bullocks, station-oreld, .1,17 lt, 36 do, stores, LI3 1's 9d, 15 cows, station br:l 1.13 3- til; Mr..!. ;. Ware. 70 bulltocks, LO0 9s SI ; Mr..I. iCalvert, 70 cowL, 10 5s 3d. Our sales b, ,; bultk. ks for Mr. J. G. Ware, Iourt Kiortnoni, t", Lit lis, anm 7ti c''J. foir M!r. John Calvert, Irr't iarra, to Lll 1i, ;vera-inz aus above. Total sales, 11i. Flat Shep- SalIpl to hand was a iight ,one, quality chicly ? I to prime. T'here was a fair at ter.daiie of buyers, and prices ge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
WANTED. TAMTET) a situation as HOUSEMA1D. S Addiess J. B., Post Office, Terang. FOR SALE,. T 01R SALE-BARLEY, SEED PEAS Stlhreohed by hand, and POTATOES, HILL'S FARM, Gnotuk, About two miles from Camperdown. To Let for a Term. t(I TTAGE of Five Rooms with Carden, Sand Say two acres of Urass Land and auth useos. ATlIy to JAMES BRADLEY, Snipe Street. NOTICE. \, AL 'I'ERSUtS found TRESPASSINU 1L-I with DOGS in the Larra paddocks will be prosecuted. o'uis?n laid after this date. JOHN L. CUll 111 E. Larra, July 13th, 1S77. OTICE. I NY PERS)N or persons TRESPAS i SING( in nmy paddocks, at \Vest Bank, with dogs, will be PRIOSECUTED with the utmost rigor of the law. Poison laid in said paddocks. JAMES MACONOCHIE. West Bank, Taaraak, 7th July, 1577. NOTICE. NY PERSON or persons found TRES- r -. PASSING with dogs or guns in any of the Mount Noorat or Sisters paddocks will be PROSECUTED according to law. JO[HN SMITH, Manager. J.uly 20th, 1S77. Special Advertisements. F D PROPERTIES. VAWT M. FE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
Special Advertisements. SPECIAL CLEARING SALE AT B CHEAPSIDE HOUSE. be J. V. TULLOCHII Begs to announce that in consequence of the general Depression in Busi ness he has piu chased from the importers, at less than manufacturers coat, £,3000 WORTH w OF 1 ec GENERAL DRAPERY AND CLOTHIiNG. Which, together with his previous large and Well-Assio ted Stuck. amounting to over £10,000, he has resohed to offer at such EXTREMELY REDUCED PRICES as cannot fail to etffect an IMM~IEDIATE CLEARAN CE. Our space being limited, we are com pelled to offer large qxantities of goods FAR BELOW VALUE, in order to make room for Kew Goods now coming weekly to hand. Therefore, we confidently say tlLt we will, - now and for the future, show the BEST .VU .UE in Geelong, as the following list Vr d 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 tirst cost. 500 yards Black Glace, 2s 3d 300 do do do 3s 6d...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 August 1877
The following is a copy of the letters and extract referred to in Mr. Picken's letter: Temple Court, July 14th, 1877. My dear sir,-- duly received your letter of tl:e 13th. In reply thereto, I have to state that according to my recollection on the occasion referred to by you, it was stated in open court before signing the agreement referred to, that each of the parties to the several appeals, should bear their own costs of the postponenmtnt. The judge hay ing expressed a desire to have the cases ad journed.-Yours truly, HIcislaNS MOLES WOiRH. - 24 Temple Court, July, 1877. Dear Sir,-In answer to your letter of yesterday's date,lbegtostate thatI distinctly recollect that it was arranged that each side was to bear their own costs up to the ad journment. It would no doubt have been as well to have included a clause to that effect, in the agreement which was signed, if I remember correctly,by 1Mr. England and yourself. I distinctly remember, however, that the question of costs was discu...
Victorian Railway Time Tables. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 7 August 1877
Victorianl Railwsy Time Tables. Melbourne to Geelong.--Leaves Mel bourne : 6.30 a.m ; 11.10 a.m. ; 3.10 p.m.; 7.0 p.m. Arrives at Geelong: 8.17 a.m.; 12.57 p.m. ; 5.10 p.m. ; 8.47 p.m. Geelong to Melbourne.-Leaves Geelong: 8.49 a.lm.; 1.54 p.m. : 5.43 p.m. ; 9.19p.m. Arrives at Melbourne: 10.35 a.m. ; 3.41 p.m. 7.35 p.m. ; I1.*; p.m. (:elIo,?g to Ballarat.-Leaves Ceelong: S.32 a.m.; 1.12 p.m. ; 5.25 p.m. ; 9.2 p.m. Artives at Ballarat : 10.40 a.m. ; 3.20 p.m.; 7,50 p.m.; 11.10 p.m. Ba;larat to Geelong.-Leaves Ballarat: 6.25 a.m; 11.30 a.m.; 3.5 p.m. ; 7.5 p.m. Arrives at Geelong: 8.34 a.m.; 1.39 p.m.; 5.28 p.m. ; 9.4 p.m. Geelong to Colac. - Leaves Geelong 9.am.; b p m. Arrives at Colac: 11.5 a.m.; S.15 p.m. Colac to Geelong.-Leaves Colac: 5.50 a.m. ; 2.55 p.m. Arrives at Geelong : 7.55 a.m. ; 5 p.m.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 7 August 1877
A petition signed by upwards of 100 farmers, graziers, large lauded proprietors, and others resident in the neighborhood of Ondit, was presented to the Minister of Rail ways on Friday last, by Mr. O'lea 3M. L.A. for the district. The petition called atten tion to the backward state of the Railway station at the crossing of the Ondit-road on the Colac-railway. The petitioners had been given to understand that this station, with the sheep and cattle yards there, would be ready by the time the railway was completed. But the work to be done there has as yet scarcely been commenced, not withstanding that the great natural ad vantages of the locality of the station point it out as certain to be extensively used for traffic. The petitioners therefore prayed that the Minister would give instructions to have the necessary works at the station in question carried out without delay. Mr. O'Hea strongly urged upon the Minister speedy compliance with the prayer of the petition, and explained that...