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ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN V. NEW SOUTH WALES ELEVEN. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) SYDNEY, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877
ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN V. ArT-1. SOUTH T;' OUT LES ELEVEN. (BV ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEORAM.) Sij'~D, January 15. As previously arranged, the match be tween an eleven of New South Wales and the All-England Eleven was com menced on the Albert Ground to-day be fore a large concourse of people. Evans, the New South Wales skipper; won the toss, ahti seiit the Ehglishmen in, who ,tick at the wickets. neaily the wihole of the-day.- Ulyett played splendidly for 'his 95 (top score), and so" also did Selby and Pooley. The wicket the match was played on was rather rough, which caused the ball to rise considerably. The field ing of the New South Wales team wat not up to the av'erage. When the stumps were drawn New South Wales had lost its two best wickets for 3 ruis; The match will bp cbiitihtied tb-moirow, biit it will "idjbably festilt in a draw. The following are the scores - ALL. EG?iND, EiE,'N.,-First Innings. Chaýilwood, c D. Gregory, b Evans ... 18 Greenwood, b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877
Special Advertisements. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. W , M. FERGUSSON has for PRIVATE " SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac. Elingamite, Jan court, Timboon. and Mortlake. Manifold-street, Camperdown. BRISCOE AND CO., WHOLESAL IZRONtXONGZZ3S 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT RE DU C TION Previous to re-building. ESTABLISHED 1853. CORNELL AND KING, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DISPENSING CHEMISTS. Importers of GOaulao Dnor am Chemicals. PATENT MEDICINES and Proprietary Articles, Perfumery, Sponges, Brush. ware, Oil Silk, Gutta Percha Tissues, India rubber Sheeting for hydropathic purposes, Trusses and other Surgical Appliances, Coutts' Acetic Acid, MSller's Cod Liver Oil, Ozonic Ether, Carbolic and other Disinfect ants, Du Barry's Revelanta for invalids and infants, Nestle's and Neaves' Farinaceous Foods, Bluestone, Arsenic, Strychnine, &c. HORSE AND CATTLE NEIlCINES. Storekeepers an...
THE COMMON HOUSE-FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877
THE COMMON HOUSE-FLY. -4-c--- If in its winged condition it it one of the most disagreeable features of the Dog days, and people wonder why flies were ever made at all, it should be remembered that fiLes have an infancy as magg, t:, ani the loathsome life they then lead as scavengers cleanses and purifies the August air and lowers the death-rate of our cities and towns. Thus, while stables and piggeries are filth and tolerated by city and town authorities, the youngof the house-fly and the flesh aud blow flies, with their thousand allies, are doing something, towards ptrifying the pesti lential air and averting the summer brooa of cholera, dysentery, diphthoria, typhus and typhoid fever, which descend like harpies upon the devoted towns and cities It may be regarded as an axiom that where flies most abound, there filth, death-deal ing and baneful, is most abundant, and filth diseases such as we have named most do congregate. The life of the house-fly may be summed up as followe : -I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877
TO PUfCH? TOU NEW AND FASHIONABLE . DRAPERY. ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-1 in `vite pyo when in Ballart to eam to to my establishment, or make ,s? 1Spcial Trip in to Purchase your (oeds. The Msg will be something considerable. The large place is literally crammed with Cheap Goods. The Largest Stock iand the Cheapest in Ballarat. Laýowers and Fezat.F aDCY Goods in the greatest imaginable variety. Silk Dress Goods. Costumes from 10? Sd, fashionable made of Holland and Natty Trimming. Stays, Baby LLine n, .Under clothing. Umbrellas in silk from 4s .;d ; in zenells from 2s 6d (balf price). Muslin Dresses from 2e Ild. Print-Excellent Assortment, Cheap. Mohair and Calicos from 4 per yard. The-Aierican Calico 36i-ees wide, 4a lid per dozen. Suit, complete, 27s 6d. Made to order, 45s, and higher. 50 different patterns in Fa hionable ad Tweeds, so much worn in London jst now. Try IT. TAYLOR for pou' New Clothing this season.$, GOYS' CLOTHING, GREAT VARIETY. A First-csIa Cutter on the Premises. Inst...
TERANG v. COBRICO. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877
TERANG v. COBRICO. A match between the above clubs came off at Terang, on Friday last, and being decided on the first innings, it was won by the Cobrico by five runs. Both team played one man short. The teams were captained by Messrs. Wright for Cobrico, and W. Quinn for Terang. The following are the scores :— COBRICO—First Innings. Wright, run out .. .. .. 1 Smith, lbw, b Hoggart .. .. .. 1 Walker, b Howieson .. .. .. 15 Cole, e Howieson, b Hoggart .. .. 11 Gillespie, c Quinn, b Hoggart .. .. 0 Braithwaite, b Howieson .. .. 13 Bishop, hit wicket, b Howieson .. .. 0 Hazeldine, not out .. .. .. 7 Colcott, b Hoggart .. .. .. 0 Errey, b Howieson .. .. .. 6 Sundries .. .. .. .. 1 55 TERANG—First Innings. &nbsp; Howieson, b Bishop .. .. .. 3 Hoggart, b Braithwaite .. .. .. 11 Black, b Bishop .. .. .. .. 0 Mickinnon, b Braithwaite .. .. 6 W. J. Quinn, c Walker, b Braithwaite .. 10 Walker, b Braithwaite .. .. .. 4 Anderson, c and b Bishop .. .. 0 Lang, c Colcott, b Bishop .. .. 1 D...
The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 January 1877
T UESDA Y, JANUAR Y 16, 1877. THE arrival of the new Bishop of Mel bourne is one of those events that has I significance reaching beyond the circle of a single religious communion. It marks a turning-point in the secular fortunes of the English Church in this" colony; but it also marks a point of progress in the intellectual"and spiritual life of the community." The age we live in is one of almost unprecedented agita tion in the religious world, and there are not a few of the leading intellects of the time who openly express. their convic tio that all popular belief in Christi anityis fast dying out. We harve had. enough, and perhaps more than enough in this remote quarter of the globe, of the "drift of modern thought." But now comes the practical question, is all that we are told about this true ?' Are men of intelligence everywhere falling away from the ancient faiths 1 Are Science and Modern Enlightenment driving Belief entirely out of the field ? Have Tyndall ,and Huxley, and Da...
WORKING OF THE ENGLISH EDUCATION ACT. SCHOOL GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
WORKING OF THE ENGLISH ED U CATION ACT. SCHOOL GUARDIAN. We fear that we are in danger of having to encounter a difficulty which has long been formidable in the United States of America. Wearefer to theundnley prefer- 1 ence given to clerks' work over manual labor by the more promising youth when they leave our primary schools. That there is grave cause for this apprehension is man ifest. There is said to be mach difficulty in obtaining skilled w orkmen in many parts of the country, especially in London, and em ployers are obliged to content themselves not infrequently with men of very slender ability. But whilst good carpenters, brick. layers, and stonemasons are scarce, there is a plethora of youngmen seeking employment as clerks. A short time since a friend advertised for a clerk, offering a salary of less than £100 a year; his one advertisement brought him 456 applicants by the post. Concurrently with this diffi culty of finding skilled workmen, we are assured that a like unwill...
PROTECTION IN A BAD WAY. YESTERDAY'S ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
PROTECTION IN A BAD WA Y. TESTZRDAYT' AEOUS. The Protection League is sitting upon what Mr. Beecher called " the ragged edge of despair." Its affairs are managed or mismanaged, by a body of men who are animated by two sets of motives. One of these is the prolonged or increased protecticn of the manufactures with which they are connected. The other is the desire of certain professional politicians to make use of the league for electioneer ing purposes- to put themselves forward as candidates, whoihave received its im primatur, and who are to be pitchforked into the next Assembly as the exponents and advocates of protection ptre and simple. But the separate existeuce and independent action af the Reform League are found to be a great hindrance to the designs of the patriots whose fingers are itching to receive £300 per annum, paid monthly; and almost frantic efforts are being made by the Protection League to patch up an alliance with its rival. Quite recently overtures were made to th...
BISHOP MOOREHOUSE'S RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
BISHOP M0OOREHIIOUSW S RECEP. TIO.1. A public reception was accorded to Biahoh Moorehouse, in the Melbourne Town Hail, on Monday evening last, the Venerable Arch. deacon Crawford in the chair, at which the Bishop delivered the following address : He had been accustomed to address large audiences in England, but never in the course of his experience had he been called on to speak to a greater number of people in any consecrated building. His Excel. lency the Governor bad informed him that the architect's instructions had been to con. struct a building one-third larger than the Guildhall, London, and that his task had been fully accomplished was evident. The room was so large that he would not speak very fast, and he trusted that all present would hear him. First, he had to thank the people of the colony for their warm and hearty welcome, people of all degrees and denominations having joined in giving him a singularly warm reception. His thanks were especially due to his Excellency Si...
FINAL PROPOSAL OF THE CONFERENCE. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
FINAL PROPOSAL OF THE CON FERENCE. LONDON, January 16. Lord Salisbury has communicated the final proposal of the Conference to the Porte, only insisting on the Government of the provinces being subject to the approval of the Porte for the next five years, and snbstituting a mixed Euro pean and Ottoman for an international commission. All the delegates leave Stamboul unless these terms are ac cepted. The Turks replied that they thought the proposals impossible, but would refer them to the Government, and give an answer on Thursday. A grand council has been convoked to decide the matter.
CLOSED ROADS. TUESDAY'S BELFAST GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
CLOSED ROADS. TUESDAY'S BELFAST GAZIfS?. The discussion which took place in the Shire Council last Friday week upon the subject of closed roads evidences the difference of opinion which existed be tween the members, and which had been shown lataly in the arguments on the same subject by most of similar bodies throughout the colony. Some of the local bodies have simply shelved the question, and refused to deal with it at all, while others have only dealt with it in part, and in one or two exceptional instance;, as the quickest way of getting out of the difficulty, they have declared that the whole of the closed roads within their boundaries shall be opened. To the first class belongs the Council of the Shire of Minhamite, who negatived a motion some time ago recommending that occupiers of closed roads should be rated for the same, and have now merely agreed to recom ment that the applications to erect swing gate shall be granted. The second class is represented by the Dundas Shire Co...
[?] TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
JiMl} ( I i I 'ItllE 1117. Flu?( ENILAND. Leaves London Leaves Loion Arrives ra Southampton Via Crindisi. at Melbourne. la'iiary . 11 Januarv 19 March . . 6 Fnbrular . S lFhnu'rv . 16 April . 3 March . 8 March . 16 Mav . . 1 Auri! . 5 April . 13 May . LMay 3 Ma 11 June. * * 26 May 31 JuMe S July r 24 Juie . 8 July . 6 Auiust . 2 Julr . 26 August . 3September. 11 August . 3 August 31 October. . IS ?S'temhpr . * Setembli, r 'S November . 11 Otohber. IS IOtobllr . I6 December . 16 N.r her . 15 Noember 23 Jmnuary,18S 5 Direnber 13 December 21 February . 3 FROM VICTORIA. L.ve; Arrires London Arrives at London Mlz'.,ne Via Brindisi. Via Southampton .- ' March . 12 March . . 19 F,> " "22 April . . 9 April . . . 16 2-* 2 . May . . 7 May . . 14 ril . . 17 June . . 4 June . ..11 lay . 15 July . . 2 July . . . 9 June . . . July . 30 Auust . . 6 Jul . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 Anuust . . 7 September 24 October . . September . 4 October . 22 October . 29 October. 4 November 19 November ....
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. UILLARAT, January 13. Everlngham Greenfield and Co. report : New wheat is coming forward very lightly, and en qluiries are strong for nodl lots. Sales of twheat, as come forward, have been made at 5, 3d to 5s i6d, with an upward tendency. Oats are wanted and extreme rates rule from 3s 2a to 3s 4d. Barley is saleable at 2s dl for Cape; English nominal. Peas are wanted in small quantities at 3s 3d. Ifay-The supply has been larger, with a fair demand and improving price: sheaves, L2 10s to L2 17s 6d; manger, L3 to L3 5s ; straw, 35s to 42s 6d. New potatoes are not fairly on the market.
FREE TRADE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
FREE TRADE LEAGUE. A general meeting of the council of the Freetrade League was held at the Stock Exchange, Hall of Commetce, on Tuesday afternoon, Mr. H. R. Reid, president, in the chair, at which Mr. Colin Campbell, the secretary, read the following report of the Exeoutive Committee:-" Your com mittee have the honor to report as follows on the result of their procoedings to the end of 1876. At the public meeting of the league held on 31st October. provision was made for the final nonstitution of the league with a president, two vice-presidents, treasurer, and fifteen members of committee, who were selected at the meeting of council held 13th November. A vacancy arising from non attendance has now to be filled up. During that month the registration of electors on the general roll was made a principal object of the committee. Advantage was also taken of Mr. Henry Taylor's visit to hold public meetings in ceintres of pupulation, at which the interests of the working classes involved ...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
1NEW ZEALAND. ?ELLINGTO s, January 16. The hon. min. M1'Lean, Commissioner of Telegraphs, accompanied by Dr. Lemon, general manager, left Auckland per Roto rua, for the Sydney comference to-day. The Arawata leaves the Bluff for Mel bourne to-morrow. The Albury Banner mentions that com :laints are still rife in all the back country with reference to the scarcity of feed and water. In the neighborhood of Cookardina the runs are almost entirely bare of grass, and the water-holes are fast drying up. The cattle are not looking so bad as under the circumstances might be expected, but unless a good fall of rain soon takes place they will now fall away rapidly. On the littagong station there is not as much grass as woul1 bKeep one horse, and in the Humbug district there has been no grass for the past nine manths. A large number of store cattle are travelling for sale, but in the present state of the c ,untry buyers are few and far betwcem. A good many sheep are leaving the Alblr; district f...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877
EARLLL1ER INTELLLENCE. NEW SOUTH \WALES. SYDSeY, January 16. The medical officers officially report that no small pox exists outside the two quarau. tine s a?ions. The L:arque Samuel Merritt, while cross iag the bar at Ballina on Saturday, went ashore on the N',rth Spit, and there are no hopes of saving her. At a public meeting held at Manly last night, resolutions were passed against a l'ase of the public pier being granted to a Melbourne company. H.M.S. Pearl leaves for England to morrow.