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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. LONDOs, January 13. The Envoys will make their final com munication on Monday. The Conference will resemble on the 18th, and if the Porte persists in the rejection of the proposals, the representatives sf the powers will de part from Stamboul on Friday.

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THE FLOODS IN ENGLAND. LONDON, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

THE FLOODS IN ENGLAND. LONDON, January 16. The floods in England are subsiding. THE MAIL STEAMER. GALLE, January 16. The mail steamer Tanjore left for Australia on the 14th inst.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDSEY, January 17. The English cricketers left for New Zealand to-day. The financial statement is to be made next Wednesday, but no decision has been yet arrived at with reference to the leader of the Opposition. Two cases of sickness have been re ported on board a steamer at Brisbane, which is considered to be 3 modified form of small-pox. The Australia is likely to be released from quarantine shortly, but it is im possible to say when the Brisbane will be released.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. 1USTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 17. A fire occurred at Slater and Co.'s warehouse, Collins-street west, early this morning. The stock was insured for £2600, but the extent of the damage is not yet known. So'oe premises at View Point, Sand hurst, were burned downthis morning. The steamship Kent left to-day with a fair number of passengers. At an inquest held on the body of a woman named Elizabeth Spencer, wlho died from the effects of excessive drink? ing, it was stated that she lived on rumn and ale. The Victoria, with the delegates for the Cable Conference, leaves for Sydney on Friday. Mr. Gillies and Mr. Anderson will also proceed, and if Sir James M'Culloch does not go, Mr. Anderson will be the representative with Mr. Ramsay.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

Drapery. THE BEST PLACE ¶ TO PURCHASE YOUR NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRAPERY LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-1 ia rite you l"hen in Ballarat to come, to S to my establishment, or make a Special Trip in to Purchase your Goods. The saving will be something considerable. The large place is literally cranim ed with Cheap Goods. MILLNERY- S The Largest Stock and the Cheapest in Ballarat. Fowers and Feathers, Eerie Laces, Fancy h Goods in the greatest imaginable variety. Silk Dress Goods. Costumes from 10s 6d, n fashionable made of Holland and Natty Trimming. Stays, Baby Linen,- Under clothing. Umbrellas in silk from 4s 6Gd; in zenella from.2s 64 (half price). Muslin Dresses from 2s lid. Print-Excellent Assortment, Cheap. Mohair and Calicos from 3d per yard.. The American Calico 36 inches wide, 4s lld per dozen. TALOIINU DEPARTMENT Suit, complete, 27s fd. ,Made to order, 45s, and higher. 50 different patterns in Fashionable Plaid Tweeds, so much worn in London just now. Try 'T. TAYLOR for your New Clothi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

I'. W. TIZT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CAMPERD)OW . Open to engagement to take charge of Station Books, etc. FREE TRADE LEAGUE OF VICTORIA. CAMPERIDOWN BRANCH. PRESIDENT The Hon. Niel Black, M.L.C. VICE-PRESIDENTS A. K. Finlay, Esq. ; Peter Manifold, Esq.; Daniel Mackinnon, Esq,; andPeterM'Arthur, Esq. TREASURER R. D. Scott, Esq. SECRETARY A. Knott, Esq. GENERAL CO31MITrEE John Thornton, Esq. Stuart Reid, Esq. W. M. Fergusson, Esq. J. Dawson, Esq. R. D. Scott, Esq. Jas. Allen, Esq. John Ware, Esq. J. L. Currie, Esq. W. Johnston, Esq. H. Macvaan, Esq. 1V. Brown, Esq. W. Lamb, Esq. P. W. Tait, Esq. J. Wiggins, Esq. 1 And the Secretary. - With power to add to their number. -- Every person joining the League thereby under takes To have his name registered on all electoral rolls when and where he possesses the necessary qualifica ions. To vbteat all elections where the interests of the Cause are at stake. To support, whether as Elector or Candidate united action in the election or Free T...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, January 15. Messrs. Richard Melllsh and Co. report: Fat Cattle-A full supply to hand, quality ranging to good. There was an average attendance, but sales were dragging and prices easier, some lots beiung passed ih to owners. We sold a draught of light good quality steers to L7 17s 6d. Fat Sheep -In point of numbers thismarket was well filled, a good portion, however, were stores, the balance useful to good. For best mutton there was a fair demand, prices being fin advanoe of last week's for medium and inferior sorts; there was also a better enquiry, every lot changing bands at some price. We penned and sold S49 in ferior to gcol, at from 8s fd to lls for wethers, and bs es Cd for ewes. Fat Lambs-The number penned was smaller than usual; the demand, however, is limited, the lamb season being about over, and unless for good quality prices are unsatisfactory to the sellers. We sold a few at 6o. GEELONG, January 15. Messrs. George Bynnot andi Co. repo...

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ALL-ENGLAND V. NEW SOUTH WALES. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

ALL-INOLANb V. NKW diTT# WALE?L. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELboGRA.) SYDNEY, Tuesday, January 16. This eleven a side match was resumed on the Albert-ground to-day, by the New South Wales men continuing theirinnings. When the stumps were drawn yesterday two wickets had been lowered for 6 runs. The the total of the innings amounted to 82. The New South Wales men were therefore sent in to follow their innings, and at the close of the day's play they had scored 140 with the loss of six wickets. D. Gregory, who was not out, obtained 54 by some fine play, and C, Bannerman 32. The match resulted fn a draw. Had the game been played out, the local men required 49 more to save a one innings' defeat. The atfendance to-day numbered about 3,000, including the Gover nor and party. Comparatively little interest was taken in the match, except towards the close. The English bowling was, as usual, gsod, with the exception of Armitage's, but the fielding for the last two hours was in different. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

Special Advertisements. T. HANCOCK, Solicitor, Proctor, an? Conveyancor. MURRAY--'TREET, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. MR. KNOTT, SOLC?OS3, H AS COMMENCED PRACTICE at Camperdown, and may be consulted daily at his office, Leura-street. Mr. Knott will also attend at Terang and Mortlake on the usual court days. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. UW 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., WO 0 L3ESLZ IR?ONXON11O5. 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT REDUCTION, Previe s to reo.ildina Special ldvertineem ta. NOTICL M R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, will in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Wheatsheaf Hotel. CEORGE GIBSON, CHEMIST. ( Successor to W. R. Hill), Supplies Station medicine chests and sundries Halford's snake-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

Conveyances.' COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN _TELE GRAPH LINE., 2ARTGyNW3X1TS 70 1876. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. - .DAY COAC hin connection with rail at Winchelsea - leaves Camperdown at 8.30 a.m., Colac, 12nOon, arriving at Winehelsea 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. Fa~rs-Camperdown to Winchelsea 15s. Colac to Winchelsea .. .. is. NIGHT MAIL. Belfast to Geelong via Camperdown. * Mail Coaches from Belfast pa through Camper down on Mondays, Tuesd, ydnesdays, Thursdays, and. ridays at 11 p.m., reaching Winchelsea at 5.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdown at 1 p.m. reaching Wincelsea at 8 p.m. RETURN MAIL COACHES SLeave Winehelses Mondays, Tuesday, Wednesdapy Thursday, and Friday at 1.0 p.m, arrving at Cam ;:peidown at 5.55am. On Sunday leaves `inchelsea at 5 a.m., arriving at, Camperdownat 1l30 am. ff WITH RBRAC H LIa&amp...

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MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

MARKET&. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, January 16. Messrs. Etterstank, Eaglestoae, and Co. report :-Fat Cattle-200 were drawn for, consisting of small drafts from the Western District, the only good draft being from J. G. Ware, Esq., Caramut. he quality was principally medium and inferior ; the attendance of buyers was good, but sales (except for best pens), showed a reduction on last week's rates. The averages were - Ware, 100 bullocks LS 14s (l : Moffat, 25 do, L7 13s 10d; Maloney, 22 do, L8 0e 6d ; Merritt, 30 do, LS 3s 3d. We sold small drafts for eurei Richards and M'Oowan at market rates. Fat Calves-Nothing forward worth noting. Fat Shees- About 21,000 were drawn for. The quality ranted trcm inferior to good. The attendance was fair, but pricos for all sorts declined, and several lots wrre passed unsold. Quotations-Best crossbred wethzrs brought 13i 6d, do ewes 7s 2d, merino wethers 9s 5d, do ewe3. Our sales were'-15-l83 ewes sand wthers for E. Kirby, Esq., als...

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The Chronicle. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 18 January 1877

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1877. NOT much apprehension need be enter tained now, we think, of England being drawn into a war in connection with the Turkish troubles, even though the con ference at Constantinople should prove a failure. It is plain to observation that all the movements of Lord SALISBURY at that conference, were actuated by a desire te keep his country free from all entanglements, if possible. He was on the side of the other Great Powers in all essential points, and only against Turkey in that the Sultan demurred to the terms proposed to him. But not a murmur of disagreement between Eng land and Russia was ever heard of; and it is positively certain that, even if the Turk should fall to fighting with his powerful neighbor, England would not acknowledge any cause of quarrel with the COar. However imminent, then, in the opinion of some persons, a war in the east of Europe may be, there are no grounds whatsoever for supposing that our own country will be involved in it should...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET BALLARAT, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

BALLAI?AT LIVE STOCK MALKET. B.LLAuST, January 17. .Mrsirs. Josrph A.llrn and Co. report:- Fat Cattle-'29O head were yarded. Market yesterday very much depressed, and prices declning trom 10s to 20s per head on last week's rates. Quotations-Best pens of bullocks yarded, L10 10s to L12, good do LS 1os to L10, medium, L7 to L.. Cows at proportionate rates. We sold-16 bullocks for Mr. Gavin Lang, Ou dit, at from L9 to Ll 10. Fat Calves-20 only came to hand. A brisk competition for the best in, which made up to 56s, others ifrm 15s to 30S Fat Sheep 21,2"4 penned up. Best crossbred wethers (light weights), l~s to 13s 6d, good S to Is, ewes 6S to 7s 2d, test merino wethers, 7s to 9s lid, good 5s to 6s dd. Ewes at proportiona.e rates. Fat Lambs--2031 were trought forward, quality of all descriptions. Prime a3.rts serercadily disposed of from st to 7s 6d, good 43 Gd tou tid, others fromls up. We sold-370 cross bred wethers, outside, at Ss 3d; 127 crossbred and uerino wethers, the former fro...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, January 17. Messrs. Richard Mellish anld Co., report: Wool The local buyers were fairly represented at the different hales to-day, and although competition was not keen, fair values were realised for most lots sub titted. We sold greasy tleece, 73d to Od ; do lambs, 7ld to 9d; do pieces, 3Od to 7;d. Sheepskins.-The usual attendance of buyers, and good competition throughout. We sold full wools 3s Sd to 5s 6d, do, by the Ib, 5id to 71d; lambskins, 3d to 2s, and pelts to Is Id. HIides-A full attendance, and good competi tion, prices being in adasnce of last weeks. We sold green 31d; salted, 3id to 4d ; kip, 4?d; calf, 41d. GEELONG, Januarliy 17. Messrs. 4eotgge Syanot antd to. report: Sheepekins-There was a numerous attendance of buyers at our sale to-day, and exceedingly brisk com petition. We offered about 5000, and effected an en tire clearance, at prices fully equal to last quotations. Best skins brought 42d to GOd each; lambskins 12d to 24d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

pecial Advertisements. BRISCOE AND CO., WOLIbALZ Z 180CXO1fl0s 11 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 453 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT REDUCTION, Previous to re-building. NOTICE. liR. PICKEN, Solicitor. Camperdown, iL will in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Wheatsheaf Hotel. MEDICAL NOTICE. DR. PETTIGREW intimates that he will visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receive patients at Mr. 3rown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. AlClilIALI) PATON, BARELY HOUSE. Os- p j Free ~ OI O RABOOL STREET, GEELONG. Gentlemen's Clothing made to measure. New Advertisements. LADZES' ?S?QOL. BROOKLYN HOUSE, FIrzaor.sTREET ST. KILDa. PRINCIPALs MRS. TWEDDELL and MIISS TWEDDELL (Late Mrs. Ellis), Assisted by first-class Masters and Teachers. BROOKLYN HOUSE is pleasantly situated opposite the St. Kilds Park, and within a few minutes walk of the Beach. The building is capacious, the rooms are lof...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

About a dozen members of the Opp isition, says the Ballarat Post, including Messrs. Berry, W. C. Smith, and Fincham, have taken a trip to Loutit Bay, to recruit their health during the recess. The principal object of the visit, however, is to draw up a programme of procedure for the ensuing campaign, the solitudes of the bay being considered fitted for deliberations such as are likely to be required to meet the Minis. terial tactics. The latest Yankee notion is that said to have been introduced at one of the New York drapery establishmuents. When a lady enters the "store" an attendant hastens up, and asks if she wishes to " buy" or to "shop." If the former, she is conducted at once to the counter where the article she re quires is retailed. If the latter, on the pay. ment of a certain sum she obtains a ticket, at the sight of which the shopmen in the different departments allow her to turn over all the goods in stock. She can then, if she wishes, depart without making a purchase. Th...

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RELIGION AND MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

RELIGIOA AND 3ANN'.VERS. Good religion and good manners al ways go together. They are things that God has joined, and no man can put them asunder. This follows from the nature of religion, which is the love of God and the love of our fellow men. It is a compli ance, in some good degree. with the two great commandments of the divine law. It is the exercise of proper feelings to ward God, and a corresponding treatment of Him, and the like toward our neigh bor. He who has true religion is a re newed man. Holy love has been shed abroad in his heart by the Holy Spirit. And that love makes him kindly disposed toward all. This is the precepts of the Gospel require of him. He is to love not only those who love him and to treat them kindly, but he is to love even his ene mies, if he has them, and to treat them with kindness. So did the Saviour, who is to be the example of all his disciiles. Religion, having its seat in the heart, is developed in the outward life. It modi ties and shapes the ...

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[?] FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

FoM EiGLANOD. Leaves Lonadmn Leaves London Arrives ra S<outhbmlton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. T?iasrr . 11 January . 19 .March . . 6 February . 8 February. 16 Anril . 3 arlch . 8 March .. 16 31W 1 Anr! . 5 April . . 13 Mar.. 1(s. 3 Mar . 11 June. . . 28 May . 31 June . S July . . 24 June 2. July . 6 Auust . 28 July . 6 August .3 September. 11 Au.ust . . 23 August 31 October. . 18 September 20 September e2 November . II October . . IS October . 2 December. 16 November . 15 November 23 .lanuary, 1S7TS December . 13 December 21 February . 3 FRoa VicTORIA. Leaves Arrives London Arrives at Loion, .melboerne. Via Brindisi. Via Southam-ton Januar. 25 March . 12 March . . 10 February . 22 April . . 9 April . . . 16 rch . "22 May . . 7 May . . . 14 Aprl . . . 17 June . 4 June . . . 11 ay . . IS July 2 July . . . 9 June . . 12 July . 10 August . . 6 Jult . . 10 Auulst . 27 September . 3 August . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 22 October . . 29 Orcbery . 4 Nov...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

4ELBOURNE LiVE STOCK MARKET MbELBOURNE, January 17. John George Doughnrty reports :- Fat Cattle-1,20S entered. There was a decided improve meat in the demand for cattle suitable for the season 'at improvel rates, but for heavy bullocks prices were no Letter. I sol i-190 bullocks to L9 55: SO do to " L13; 15 dp to LS 5s; 15 cows to LS 12 Gd. Fat Calves -120 made up the week's market. Vealers of good useful qualiti-s. sold at improved rates to 70s. I sold S0 from 21s to 6Is. Fat Sheep. -4,000 yarded. No improvement in demand from graziers, and the dull ness of the market felt even in the best classes of sheep. Crossbred wethers 1to to 12s, best merino do 7s to 9t, medium do 3s to 6s, merino ewes good 4s to 7s, irferior from Is. I !old-1400 wethers, 760 ewes. and 2,S00 do at quotations. Fat Lambs- 5,200 cotsti tuted another glutted market. I sold various drafts to 9s, the highest price of the market. Store Stock In consequence of continued drought lower prices have to be submitted to. ...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

QUEENSLAND. BRIssBA?, January 18. MIr. M'Intesh, a Melbourne practitioner, who was a passenger bh the City o& Brisbaue, avers that the child suppossed to have been attacked by small-pox is only sefferiug from a modified form of chicken-pox, and has no feverish symptoms. The other case he con cludes to be severe mosquito bites. The latter case is that of a yuung man recently arrived from England by the Kent. All the others on board are well. Foure and Tallerman, escaped communists have been committed for trial at Gympie for stealing a watch. The heat during the past few days has been most oppressive. ADELAIDE, January 18. The writs for ihe Legislative Council elections will be issued early in February. The Ministerial party returns from the south-east to-night. The drought in the Western district seems to be broken up. £39,000 have been appropriated for the maintenance of roads in the Central district of the road board. There is no wheat offering; 5s. Sd. has been offered and...

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