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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, December 23. Messrs. O'Farrell and Son report :— [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, December 23. Messrs. O'Farrell and Son report:- Anticipating that the demand would be limited, as usual at this time of year, we held out no induce ment for any of our constituents in correspondence with us to forward stock for this week's sales. We deemed it more to their interest to keep down sup plies to the low standard of the anticipated demand, with the view of upholding prices, and with, the cer tain prospect of having brisk and high markets for all their consignments immediately after the influence of the approaching holidays had passed, and farmers had more time at their disposal outside of their harvest fields. This put very little check upon general sup plies (except in country mobs of colts), as we received no less than 76 horses, 212 head of cattle, and 280 pigs to dispose of at auction. In horses and cattle there was nothing demanding special notice, and whilst middling and inferior sorts were dull, and in many cases unsaleable eve...

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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK     MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, December 23. Messrs. Hepburn, Leonard, and Rugg   report:--Tke number of cattle yarded was limited, and a general dullness prevailed, owing to the Christ mas holidays. We succeeded in clearing out all the stock yarded, at prices slightly in favor of the pur chasers. We yarded 50 head horses, cheitly light and weedy. The biddings not coming up to owners' ex   pectations, the whole were withdrawn. We afterwards sold 35 head at a satisfactory price:-Our quotations are:-Cattle Fat, none yarded; store steers and heifers, £3 13s to £4 2s 6d; store cows, to £4 5s; dairy cows, to £7. Horses-Heavy draughts, none yarded; light and inferior horses, to £9. Sheep-Fat wethers, merino, shorn, to 8s 6d: store merino ewes, shorn, from ?? to 4s Pigs-Fat, to £3 5s; stores, 25s to 36s 6d; clips and suckers, to 16s. We also report having sold, privately, during the week, on account of Messrs. J. McAudrew ...

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PREVIOUS DAYS. MELBOURNE, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

PREVIOUS DAYS. MELBOCUtNE, December 26. This match was commenced on the Mel. bourne Cricket Ground to-day, when the Victorians were sent to the wickets. After about an hour's play, however, the match had to be discontinued on account of the heavy rain. The Victorians had then lost one wicket for 20 runs. 31ELBOURc E, December 2S. The above match was continued to-day before about 12,000 spectators, including the Governor and suite. The Victorians were not disposed of till 190 ruun had been placed to their credit, Midwinter being top scorer with 41 runs, which included one five and fours. He quite collared the bowl. ing, and several changes were tried, Charl wood missed him once, but immediately afterwards caught him near the chains with one hand, for which he was loudly ap plauded. Horan played splendidly, and did not give a chance. On his retirement he was applauded by the Englishmen. Alto. gether the play on the part of the Victorians was splendid, but the bowling could not be tril...

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, December 23. Everingham Greenland and Co. report :— [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, December 23. Everingham Greenfield and Co. report: - Very little has been done in the market during the week, the near approach of the Christmas holidays preventing much business belng done. Small sales of old wheat have been made at 5s 7d to 5s 8d; no new   offering for immediate delivery. Oats have been fairly supplied, and a steady trade demand setting in a good market resulted at late rates, 2s 11d to 3s 2d. Barley is only comingr forward in small lots, which sell freely at 2s 8d to 2s 9d; no demand for malting sorts. Peas are selling at 3s 2d. Hay has been over supplied, and the sheds have had to be resorted to, as the market could not be cleared; we quote £2 10s to £l Straw, also, has been in excess, and prices are easier--30s to 40s. There is no market for old pota toes, and new are not yet in supply from uur own neighborhood.

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COBDEN RACES [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

COBDEN RACES The above races took place on Tuesday last; (Boxing Diy) and notwithstanding the bad state of the weather attracted a large attendance some 200 persons being preselt. Most of the races were run while the rain ,was pouring. The following are the winners of the principal events. SAIDES F?LTE of ; soVs. Flirt .: .. .. . .. 1 Hot Coffee Only two started. TOWs rLATK Of 10 sovs. Molly Darling .. .. .. .. 1 Flirt . 2 Jockey . ....... 3 Only these three started. Won easily. HURDLE RACE Of 10 sovS. Lugar .. .. .. ....... 1 Fleur-de-lis .. .. .. .. . . 2 First Rose .. .. .. .. .. 3 Nine started. Good race. ?ACK x CE of 5 sovs. Baldey., .. .. .. .. .. 1

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CHRISTMAS AMUSEMENTS. CAMPERDOWN CRICKET CLUB ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

CHRISTMArL AMUSIrE Ta. CAMPERDOWN CRICKET CLUB ATHLETIC SPORTS: These sports cahiie off ih the Agricultural Show Ground and Cricket Reserve on Friday last the 29th ult. and proved a great success. The weather was all that could be desired, and though rather warm in the afternoon, it was a great improvement on that of the past few days. About 10 o'clock the visitors began to flow into the grounds and continued to do so up till ihortly after two o'clock, when there must have been over 800 persons present, of which a large number came from Darlington, Terang, Cobden, Mortlake, and the surrounding districts, and which also included a large number of the fair sex. The Camperdown brass band put in an appearance early inthe afternoon, and treated the spectators to some good music. Ad- I vantage was taken of this by a number of persons to indulge in dancing, for which a platform had been specially erected. There were two booths on the ground, thed pub lican's being kept by Mr. Neylon, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

Special Advertisements. £55 REWARD. '?ftE above reward will be paid upon - CONVICTION of the THIEF or thieves who stole three riding saddles on the night of the 7th ultimo, from the harness room at Mount Fyans. WILLIAM CUMMING. December 8th 1876. BRISCOE AND CO, WHOLESALE, RETAIL, & FURNISHING ronmeongu a Iron Xerchants, 11 Collins-street east, and 245 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. SOLE AGENTS In AUSTRALIA and TASMANIA SFor HOLT'S Celebrated STRENGTH and SPEED LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINES. ARCHIBALD PATON, BARKLY HfOUse P atterng - On pioication . , , • .?,?.?i,_?,? Post F ree z ?f. ? MOORABOOL STREET, GEELONG. 9entlemea's Clotbhing mald o to asuro. W M. FERGUSSON has for PRIVATE . SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Flindamite, Jan. court, Timboon, And Mottlake. Manifold-street,-Camperdow.u --_- . - . T. uANxc CE, soli?olte,-l str , m s ya---s ..... MUBUAY-ST rT, COLaC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. _ _ M XR. KNOTT, JAS COMMENCED PRACTICE...

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The Chronicle. MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

MONDA Y, JANUARY 1, 1877. Tais is the third New Years' Day on which it has fallen to our lot to wish our subscribers and advertising friends in this district the compliments of the season, and in doing so on the present occasion, we tender to one and all our best thanks for the large and generous support they have so freely and so warmly accorded to us. Without that, we should never have been able to place The Chronicle, as we have done, in the foremost ranks of Victorian provincial journals, nor should we have been able to challenge the production, as we now do, of a similar instance of success in the annals of colonial provincial jour nalism in the space of little more than two years. On the enlaagement of The Chronicle in April last, our intention of gradually reducing the size of the type in which it is printed was announced, in the event of advertisements continuing to encroach, as they were then doing, on the space we wished to devote to reading matter, and that object we have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN TELE- GRAPH LINE. ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1876. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. DAY COACH in connection with raft at Winchelsea leaves Camperdown at 8.30 am., Colac, 12 noon, arriving at Winchelsea in time to connect with the train leaving for Geelong, at 3.45 p.m. Leave Win- chelsea on atrival of train from Geelong at 11.15 am., due at Colac at 2.30 p.m., due at Camperdown at 6 p.m. Fares—Camperdown to Winchesea 15s.   Colae to Winchelsea 6s.     NIGHT MAIL. Belfast to Geelong via Camperdown. Mail Coaches from Belfast pass through Camper- down on Mondays. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays,   and Fridays at 11 p.m., reaching Winchelsea at 5.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdown at 1 p.m. reaching Winchelsea at 8 p.m. RETURN MAIL COACHES Leave Winchelsea Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 11.30 p.m., arriving at Cam- perdown at 5.45 a.m. On Sunday leaves Winchelsea at 5 a.m., arrivin...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, December 27. Messrs. R. Goldsbrough and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, December 27.   Messrs. R. Goldsbrough and Co. report: - Wool - We have not held an auction sale this week, owing to the holidays, but we shall resume our usual sa!e on Wednesday, January 3rd, when we anticipate firm prices. Wool continues to arrive freely, and large catalogues will no doubt be submitted during next month. Sheepskins - During the early part of the week we sold an average supply of all descriptions   of sheepskins, and the prices realised were about equal to late quotations. Our quotations are - Butchers' skins 3s. to 5s. each, pelts 6d to 2s 2d each,   dry skins 3d to 6½ per lb. Hides - The prices realised at our sales held during the week were fully equal to those ruling lately; and considering the season of the year, the supply disposed of was large. New Zealand met with a ready sale up to 5½d per lb. The follow- ing prices were realised- Average ox-hides from 18s to ...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMdS. 4USTRA LIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, December 30. The Kensington Park Races took place to day, and resulted as follows:-Hurdle Race -Ebony 1st, Disraeli 2nd. Two Year Old Handicap-Devilshoof 1st, B Sharp 2nd, La Mutte 3rd. Champion Handicap-Peerless 1st, Hailstone 2nd, Sweetbriar 3rd. Steeple chase-Colac lit, Firetail 2nd, Electricity 3rd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

TEE GREAT ANN?AL SALE A"NTICIPATED, E'LIPSfiCt IN .?IAGNITUDE, AND yr1TH GREA TEIt BARGAINS IN ALL Kl?DS OF A. CRAWFORD, 3MITCHELL'S BUILDINGS. STURT.STREET, BALLARAT., 1N announcing the above Sale, desires to Intimate to his numerous customers and the public that he has deviated from his regular course this sason in having a sale se early. It has been the 'custom hitherto to have the Annual Clartl Sale after the New Tear, butowingto the nulmbero mleest present is lallant, he sse dttertnined to give hitiutowmer and the pwbhe % at n, Rnest ts She asrter et lhem Sales being the order of the day, and'Cheap Goods elering on all hands, A. Crawford has decided upon submitting the Whole of his Stock to the public at a .cniurletr Loe of Profit, 'and many of the'known l.radug .Lie?e will ?e ?Sol? at- Le than Cost Prie. The public Ib:att Fee' tat this coure is not only the mWO.t wiie, but the 1tt ; and, nrioed frot a onmmer bkl .rs:d-"oirt, ais ? :.eetry prute.tive position to .x'un e. The SA...

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[?] DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

MAtN'ESI4TER IF.VtATME'tT - Tli, g-ds in ta hi deparn-tm:et have all been cdrefully -,ne ,ver, cod r~Aurced to a price whicli n other firm Ias A*tl.t td. llnrrock's A Callico, :;s-inch, 3s 3d re t',zen, all otherpumbers proportionately, .heap ; t "rtdson' , No DP.eption, Aberdeen, Wet` Wove, and Anmcriralnl tlirede, varionu brands, at lower rates than ever prr'iaonsit offered at any sale;.lHoyle's Prints, 4d .lir yanrd, regular price, ?lS; 72-inch ieavy Wamst. Twill Sheeting 10d, usuatl price, is 42d; 10 bales All-wool Flannels, at 1T" per cent. below Melbourne wholesale prices, 91d; 5 bales Somerville Checks, 51d, cheap at 11d ; B cases Brown Hollantis Sid, 41d, 5id, usual price, 6;d; j8d, and 10Od; several bales Grey Calicoes from lid lper yad upwards; 0 dozen.larga sired towels 4d each, usualprie 9d:;75 pieces CHINESE MATTING, &l per yed. FLOOR CLOTHS, all widths, at: equally ,reduced rates. A masgnlfcent assortment of WINDOW CURTAINS, in Net, Lace, Leno, Swiss, Harness B...

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MILLINERY UNDERCLOTHING, AND MANTLE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

MILLINEur, r!(I*ELTUMNWC, ANW NANTLE N.EPTllEN T. An opportunity sudi ae'tihepresent of purchasing millinery .eds in the early part of the season, at sell ing-off price, is a chance seldom obtainablet but a most valuable one to the public; 10,000 Ladies' and Oirla' Straw Hats, at job pnrces; a good useful school and garden liat, d, 9d, and Is; 300 Boya' Leghorn Hato, Is lid, fo rmerly S 6d ;500 LdkieLeghorn Hats is Sd, Is Ild, 2. 6d,;2s 11d, and 3s Ed, not quite half their former price ; Ladies' Trimmed Straw Hats, Is to 10e Cd, worth double the money; Millinery Bonnets in great variety, from the cheapest to the most ex pensive Paris model, all at the same reduced rates. FPowas-All reduced'to less than half their original cost, from ld to d per spray. Lanis' U*DaxcTormL o of all descriptions, to be cleared out at the price of the calico. Ladie?' Mantles, Jackets, Fidcus, Polonaises, c., &e., in agrest variety of materials, at :prices which cannot.be equalled in the 'Australi...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, December 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

NEW ZEALAND WELLINGTON, December 27. At the fire brigade demonstration at Dunedin yesterday, the Ballarat team won two events out of three, viz., engine compeitiq and ladder and hose

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 January 1877

I'. W. TAIT, A C CO U N TA N T, SCOTT STREET, CA MPERDOOWN. Open to engagement to take charge of Station Books, etc. IEDICAL NOTICE. D?R. PETTIGREW intimates that he will visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. MEDICAL. D R. PETTIGREW, begs to inform the inhabitants in and around Camper down that he is at present staying at the Leura Hotel, where he may be consulted daily. He will shortly establish himself in the town, when his address will be adver ised, GEORGE GIBSON CHEMIST, ( Successor to W. R. Hill), Supplies station medicine chests and sundries Halford's snake-bite syringes Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by return post. COLLINS-STREET EAST, MELBOURNE Christmas and New Year (lAKES in great variety, and first-rate Jquality, at G. ROBERTSON'S, Hampden Bakery, -Manifold-street. Darlington Athletic Sports SOCIETY'S MEETING, 1st...

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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877

WTARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. - W~rsumwooT, De ember ? . Nores.aa Uaptrst a.e. h a ga m g ;, _ = i _v'm ? i che d ris tohatothrwie waiM bWe ruaL Advises for o p esm abas the Ist nk ie incresedmafa t ai. dreriptio of 6*,bel bavau 1i e to -s tbtae saes the brpst ew bemis ha Our aeetist a. fi :-Fat CatIt -Oows, uedim qamlisy, li weight, from 1 to L710s; atoe cows to L3 7T a.; young steers and helfea, eram L: 16 to U lb . Horses-Light harness hoes to LA. Smeep--Nees yarded. Pigs-At our previous quotations Prvate sales.-On account of Mess. Rutledge Bea we sold a draft of 40 fat bullocks; and on acmount ol W. Ward law, Esq., 35 fat bullocks, at currenmt rates The Riponshire Advocate is authorised to state that Mr. G. G. Morton, of Iabonaasr determined to contest the next election for Ripon and Hampden. The Government of Pruaia ha compt a curions inqviry. All the children in achoo on a certain day-4,070, 923 of them-were examined, and the color of their eyes san icarefully registered. It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877

Je . LeO4WH1AUA NMI--UWUZ CAMPE RDOWN, , W LL be in Te?agm oth?l 1ha 1th of January, and in Mortlde a the three following days., , _At Teng he lUs'ta y7 Iat M at Mr. dUimod', tailor. Orders left at amy of the business etablishments will be at tended to. DOLLY VARDIN HAND SEWING :MACHINES Cbspmst sd tem JOHN MORRIS AND CO., Also, liambte land lN'cta Im( ) astd liMu Special Advertisemats . I'. W. TAIT,- - A ' O' e UN T'A NT, SCOTT STREET, ..CAMPERROWN .. Open~to engagement to take charge of Station Books, etc. - MEDICAL NOTICE. D H. PETTIGREW iatimates ,nat he will visit Cobden ` evry drc morning and will reCive patis ia Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from Ilf-pes tem to twelve o'clock. MEDICAL - D R. PETTIGREW, begs to inform the D inhabitants in and around Camper. down that he is at present staying at the Leura Hotel, where he may be coesulted daily. He will shortly establish himself in the town, when his address will be adver tised. GEORGE GIBSON, CHEMIST, (Successor to W. K. Hill), Supplie...

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A RAILWAY CARRIAGE ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877

A RAILWAY CARRIAGE ON FIRE. The following account of a railway carriage on r hom the Yeas Courrirs about the most extraordinary one we ever met with :-As the mil train let fydnes on the Great Southern Railway;on Friday, December s, one of the carriages was occupied by Mr. W. H. Coll, formerly of Ya, Mr. Johi Lawless, astranger, a lady, who had a baby with her, and two other men, one of whom was Mr. Hellow5y, who was going to Young on some theatrical expaeition. They were quietly discussing the topic ofL the day until they Issed the assein's Creek Station. Thea it was dis covered that the interior of the wa on Are The consernation maybe btteminde -then de scribed. The train was travell speed, but that did not prevent the at ranF jm p in ouat through the window, which i n him .?ums it ies, though none of his boes we fractured. The dy became excited nd frantic; Lsh threw her child through the window, and wasee attetitagto follow it hen rvented by the male p??m e At th time, through una...

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ALL ENGLAND ELEYEN V. BALLARAT TWENTY-TWO. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877

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