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TASMANIA. HOBART TOWN, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

TASMANIA. HoB. r Tows, January 18. Parliament was opened to-day by com mission. The Commissioner stated that the amendment of the Jury Act was the only business Ministers had to bring forward. In the Council, Mr. Grubb objected to the legality of the session, auid moved that a case be submitted for the judges opinion, which was carried. Both houses adjourned until to-morrow.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

A USTRALIAN T'ELEGRAMS. UiSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PR1IM TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBUURNE, January 19. The Hon. R.S. Anderson and the Hon. Robert Ramsay are the cable delegattes to Sydney. Sir James M'Culloch does not go. The charges against the Captain of the Loch Lomond, preferred by the passen gers, has been adjourned till Mcnday next. The fire at Duncan's pie shop this morn ing caused slight damage only, owing to the prompt assistance rendered.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

EARLIIR INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SDNSEY, January 18. The yellow flag was heisted on II.M.S. Wolverine to-day, owing to the sickness on board, although the nature of the illness will not transpire until to-morrow. The usual precautions have been taken in the event of the sickness proving to be a case of small-pox. A suspicious case of illness is also reported on board the schooner Rita, from the youth Seas. Strangers were cleared from the galleries of the Assembly last night, owing to a scene between Mr. Nelson and Mr. J. S. Smith. The Government have called upon the postmaster at the Oxford-street branch post .ffice, the scene of the recent all:ged bur glary, to show cause why he should not be dismissed. Specimens of meat preserved by the Ame. rican pneumatic process have been received by the American Exhibition C(ommission. The Assembly is debating the second reading of the Municipalities Bill this even ing. A burglary occurred last night at Tye's boot shop, but little booty ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADEAIDE, January 19. Lastquarter's expenditure was £100,000 more than the revenue for the same period. The ketch Rambler is a total wreck at Yorke's Peninsula.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. A RECALCITRANT VICAR. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS IUStER'S AUSTRALIAN A*SocrATED RES TELFAGRAMS. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. A RECALCITRANT VICAR. LONDON, January 18. On the Vicar of Ritchin defiyng the judgement of the Court of Arches, the Bishop has closed the church 'to prevent riots. Lord Penzance has ordered the commital of the Vicar, the Rev. A. Tooth

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ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

ELECTORAL ROLLS. Mr. Andrewlv WUe; 'Electoral Registrar for the Caiiaperdokw and Heythsbnry east divisionll, Llicu Eubiaitted the siiccoral hisw for 187Y totr rni;iuu. And thlrt bking o obj&.&wna; tbapu baibs mittA Wef yw

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THE MAILS. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

THE MAILS. LONDON, January 18. The Assam arrived at Galle from Austrilia, on the 17th inst.

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THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. LONDON, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. LNDow, January 18. A Committee of Congress has recom mended referring the question of the election of the President to a tribunal composed of members of the Supreme Court and both Houses of Congress.

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

Sewing Machines, etc. T" Two "F~io+ i 'THETWO -MILLIONTH i ' SEWING MACHINE, MANUFACTURED BY THE SINGER COMPANY, OW exhibited at the CENTENNIAL EXHIBITiON SPIILADELPHIA, is a simple numerical fact, which wi I better illustrate the enormous buinms done, and the world-wide popularity attained by this company than any additional words of ours.-Sunday Mercury, N.Y., 21st May; 1876. TIHE OFFICIAL RETURNS FOR 1975, Made to the owners of the Principal Sewing Machine Patents, prove THE SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT. The Singer's sales for that year reached the enor mous number of .. . .. 249,862 The Wheeler and Wilson's .. .. 103,740 All other returns amount to. .. 175,163 THE CHICAGO FIRE RELIEF COMMITIEE Distributed amongst the female applicants for relief 2863 sewing machines, each being allowed to select the machine she preferred. NOTE THE RESULT: Of those ordered, the Singer Company supplied 2427; Wheeler and Wilson, 235; Howe, 127; Grover: and Baker, 44; Wilcox and Gibbs, 30.--New York Disp...

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GEORGE SMITH AND HIS GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

GEORGE SMITH AND HIS GENIUS. Mr. George Smith, the young and sur prising Assyriai scholar, whose brilliant genius tirat?lashed out upon .the widrld at large in the pFblicatlou: hids Assyrian ac count of-therlkloe:has fallen in the field of his labori saId r has. mphe The' mysterious lett c `i.;'. )b * bricjk' emed the au. taral cha 1 houhto imind. Te abstruse and anroved? crtet of that curious alphabeth Wn before, lhim. Other men labofais fur sto evoke. a fewraye of dim iuntedligeip i fom a iiuicriptioi ibicý· he seemed to peanfrti'wimtnt elfort.' The hoary, mysteriem bried :ia--the-rains of, Ad ylerian wheI wch:troubled the mind? bf aerodott aidus n l c6uiexflorerum , breuH t ouaelatioliwhich tex woldus. ped dlid niotCist-dumb, but nshakable witiseses t&:the trath of .thingp. hich, it had been prriminiedm'ust for ever rest upon siimp l fiti lo the;eir' eredeic-.tori Deluge; written .long :eaturia before Moses was born and-perhaps when Abra' hr *il, child, at Ur of theChalde...

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THE NEW BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. ORDINATION SERMON: DELIVERED IN ST. JAMES'S CATHEDRAL CHURCH ON SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY THE 14TH, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

THE NEW BISHOP OF MZL. nt BOURNE. y< ORDINATION SERMON : y' DELIVEREU LI ST. JAMES'S CATHrDnAL as CHavRH o, SUNDaY MORNING, JAxv- ht ARY THE 14TH, 1877. pi TrxT :-Take heed unto thyself, and P1 unto the doctrine.--lst Timothy, 4th 'n chapter, Ist verse. 0! 1 need hardly speek to you, my younger brethren in the ministry, about the con tents of Christian doctrine, since these to have formed the subject of your most ai recent studies. Equally unnecessary must it be for me to insist at the pre- nd sent time upon the importance of preserv- n ing intact that deposit of faith which has h been committed to us. Your own solemn ' promises in this regard will constitute a fesson far more weightly and solemn than a could be conveyed in any words of mine. You and I in this matter stand upon { exactly the same level. We believe-the ti truth of Christian dogma ; we are sensible P of our own solemn obligation to teach and Ii defend-it; we perceive the impossibility of n dispensing with i...

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

EDUCATION CENSUS. SCHOOL DISTRICTS. No. 155, North Riding Shire of Hampden. ,, 156, East 1,, ,e ,, 157. We't ,, ,, ITENDERS are invited from persons will ing t., COLLECT the STATISTICS required by section 7 of the Education Act Amendment Act 1876, and to compile an alphabetical list of the children resident in the ablive Scho:l Districts, between the ages of three and tifteen years. Tenders, stating the date at which the lists can be furnished must be sent to the Elucation Office, Melbourne, addressed to the Secretary, on or before the 31st Janu ary, inst. It is at the option if persons ten dering to tender for any of the school di? triets singly, or for two or more of them collectively. Th, lowest or any tender will not neces sarily be ,:ecepted. (,:p i) R OBERT RA?.SA'.Y. -iinifri' it Fu b`'c instructi n. Educ ,t iun Pe" ar. u re.t, Elbuar:as, 1.h January, 1S77. Speial &dvrtismnts. BEDICAL D R. PETTIGREW, beg to inform the IJ inhabitants in and around Camper down that he i...

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The Chronicle. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

SATURDAY, JASUARY2O, 1827. Is the brief and somnewhat hurried notice in our last of the Free Trade League meeting in the Hall of Com merce, Melbourne, on Tuesday, we con fined ourselves chiefly to the resignation of Mr. CoLr, CAMPBELL Of the office of secretary, and to what had led to this. It is hardly necessary for us to repeat that we did not then think Mr. CAMPBELL 11ad exhibited such robustness of character as might have been ex pected from him in resigning that office on anly such flimsy ground as that of its having been said that he had no right to it as a landholder, and yet it may b; as well to do so for this reason. There are other members of the League, it seems, who are anxious to purge them selves of the suspicion of not being something more than free traders-Mr. Lyell, notably, who moved on Tuesday last-" That while tile league has been established solely to promote the aboli tion of all customs duties, which are restrictive of trade and industry, and which are levied ...

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DO FINE SHEEP PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

DO FINE SHEEP PAY. In regard to the value of choice breeds of stock, and the advisability of keeping none but the best, we quote the following from a letter of Mr. Jewett, of Indepen. dence, missaure in the American Journal of Agriculture, in which he gives some interesting facts, from his own experience in raising choice sheep, which it may be well for sheep breeders to ponder over : "I will begin with leaving Vermont. I emigrated to Missouri in 1869. bringing with me 77 choice American Merino ewes and one ram, Green Mountain. My first clip was 10 lbs. I have made great im provement in my sheep and wool, which will be evident when the average of first clip is compared with my last clip. I will say on the start that Missouri is one of the best, if not the very best wool-grow. ing sections in the world. My sheep are larger than formerly and I think have increased the length of staple and a better circulation of oil, which has added much to weight of fleece. My flock of 102 head avera...

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

Conveyanc es: ? COBB A?)D CO.'S TERN TELE G. . APR LIE?.? ,... , _ 2. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN 'ANhD IflVC HELA:. DAY COACH in connition with rail at WIdcbeb5S --leaves Camperdown at 830 *s:, CCbehe, 1 ubnB' arriving at Wincheleea in time to consut. itth tbe train leaving for Gselong; at 3.46 p.m. Lsaee in-. chelsea on atriv l of train f'rom Gen log st 1 a. ; m due atColac at ~30 .m.; ditC l(* MdOW lht! Fais-Camperdoawn toWiaeIsea 1S ? r SColic to Winchelbea:'. ; D.: NITr MAIL Beasat to Geelong .i , Camperdown. doail Coaches from t h C down on ooday inshels at 5 am., arriving a and Fridays at 11 p.m., rndrwnhu W smeta ' cOn Snrdoa leave Campeurdw at rl e " Winchelsea at 8 p.m REURN MAMIL COACHES Leave WinchelsR Monday. TuesdayE VednesdOL, Thursday, ad Friday .t 1 0 p.m. anriW a Q - HTý rdoand at all intermediate Post Town. Mount Dund A psILTON,ey MOUNT GAMBLER ANi). ADELAIDE vts PE OLA, - and al intermediate Post Townow Mount Duneed Apsley Winchelsea Penola Camperdown Castertan P Ter...

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MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, January 17. r lesurs. R. Eoldsbroungh and Co. report: Wool-We catalogued 246ti bales to-day, and prices were quite up tollast week'srates. In all we sold IS4I bales at suction and private contract, greasy ran ;ng from 6)d to 1s lid: and ordinary to average fleec: is id to ls td per lb. theepskins-No change to re port in prces, and the demand continues good for all de acriptions. We subjoin quotations- Butchers' sains are worth from 3s to 5s 4d each; pelts 6s to f2 ide each; dr) skins 3d to 6)d per lb. Hides-The propor. tionate value of inferior descriptions is less, but all sales effected during the week have been satisfactory to vendors. We quote-Ox-hides from 10s to 271 each; cow-hides 14s to 2"s each; Victorian salted 31 to 4d per lb; New Zealand salted 3Jd to 51 per It,. hxangzoo skins-Late rates unaltered. and prices not satisfactory. The highest value does not exceed lld per lb. Tallow-- We cleared out the full catalo...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 19. A yellow Sag has been hoisted on board the men-of-war Sappho and Conflict, and two cases of sickness are reported on the former. The nature of the disease is not yet decided. The two cases on board the Wolverine are said to be small-pox. No further cases are reported. In the city to-day, a widow named Ed wards, was found hanging in a house at Paddington. The yield of gold during the past year shows a considerable decrease. A man has been arrested for stealing the communion service from a church at St. Albans.

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CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18TH. Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M., and D. Curdie, Esq., J.P. TRESPASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th. Before F. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M., and D. Curdie, Esq., J.P. TRESPASSING. William Ayers, was charged with trespass ing on the Koort Koort-Nong property of Mr. J. G. Ware. The defendant admitted the offence. B. Dowling, manager of the Koort Keort. Nong estate, deposed that about twelve months ago, he saw the defendant shooting on the lake in a boat, but could not catch him. Shortly after that he caught him on the   edge of the lake shooting. Witness, how ever, let him off, as the defendant promised he would not repeat the offence. About three or four days ago, however, he again caught him with a horse and cart crossing the estate. Who defendant found he was discovered he galloped away, but witness soon came up with him, and noticed that defendant had his gun with him. Witness then took out a summons against him. The Bench fined the defendant 20s, with 9s costs. THREATENING LANGUAGE. Joseph Corlett was brought upon remand, ch...

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WHEN DID SMALL-POX FIRST APPEAR IN AUSTRALIA? YESTERDAY'S ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 January 1877

WHEN DID SMALL-POX FIRST APPEAR IN AUSTRALIA? YESTERDAY'S ARGUS. The outbreak of small-pox in Sydney has brought to mind some old tales of the border, which contain -a great deal more truth, very often, than many persons are disposed to credit them with. It is a com mon thing for medical men to assert, and maintain the assertion when challenged, that small-pox is quite an unknown disease in these colonies, save those isolated cases which have been brought by vessels to the shores of Victoria or New South W\ales. We have read very positive opinions on this point, and it is edifying to ponder over the philosophy which is bestowed upon a due discussion and exposition of the supposed fact. For, as it happens, it is not a fact at all. As Edward says to Warwick, "Start not, for ire have cause to wonder most" that what is so very commonly talked of on sta tions by men who saw the results on the Murray in the early days-some forty years or more ago-should appear to be as un known as if the ...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH $WALES. SvDUrU, January 20. Another case of small pox of a very nalig nant nature has been reported on board the Wolverine, making four in all. The naval authorities jhave ascertained that the sailor first atticked was in communication with the Holden family. The two cases on board the Faraway are also of a malignant nature. In the Albert Cup match, Alberta v. New town, to-day, the former scored 152. Murdoch made 74. The entries for the anniversary regatta are very large, and an exciting contest is ex pected between the yachts Magic and Mistral.

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