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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADEtLDE, January 22. The news from Fowlers' Bay says that the construction of the Western Austra lian telegraph line has been impeded by the great drought. The Government are erecting a signal house at the mouth of the River Murray.

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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SHIPPING. LONDON, January 20. Arrived : Invercauld. THE EASTERN QUESTION. REJECTION OF CONFERENCE PROPOSALS BY TURKEY. LONDON, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

SHIPPING. LoSDoN, January 20. Arrived : Invercauld. THE EASTERN QUESTION. REJECTION OF CONFERENCE PRO POSALS BY TURKEY. LoNDoN, January 19. The Turkish Council of Ministers has resolved that the Porte should not further discuss the proposals of the European Powers. Amid shouts of "death before dis honour," the Grand Council unanimously rejected the proposals of the Powers, as contrary to the integrity and dignity of the Empire.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. COMMERCIAL. LONDON, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. COMMERCIAL. LosDos, January 20. Wheat is quiet. Adelaide 56s to 58s; weevilly sorts, 52s to 54s. New Zealand, 52s to 56s. Stocks are small. Flour, superfiue, 41s to 42s. Copper is £1 lower. Tin remains unchanged. New Zealand hemp has been sold at £25 fot good, and £21 to £22 for com mon.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTIULIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 22. The s.s. Victoria with the Victorian delegates for the Cable Conference on board reached Gabo Island to-day. The South Australian representatives left to-day by the City of Melbourne. The Navigation Board have suspended the certificate of Captain Meiklejohn, of the ship Loch Lomond, for eighteen months for drunkenness and neglect of duty. He was not to be seen on deck for weeks at a time. A fire which occured at Echuca early ,this morning destroyed the Temperance Hall and some other buildings. The damage is mostly covered by insurance. No date, from latest advices, has yet been fixed for the London February wool Bales. :Wheat has been sold to 6s 6d.

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FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE. Saturday, Jan. 20. Breadstuffs are still improving in value, and much uneasiness is beginning tobe exhibitedin consequente of the extreme rates to which values are now being so very early in the season. Flour is moving more freely; buyers appear now to have lost their apathy, and are beginning to purchase more extensively, over 300 tons havingr been quitted, in parcels of up to 30 tons in a line, at £13 15s., and the market has still a rising tendency. Wheat has also inmprovedl, but owing to the sudden rise, prices are .omewhat irregular. Sales were made in the course of the day at Gs 2d and 6s d, but just about the close of business hours one line of 1,000 bags Western wheat was taken up at 6s 41d, the highest prile yet paid Oats are also firmer. Com mon feeding are now quoted at 3s 2d, and up to 3s td i obtained for fine milling; a good inquiry is experi enced, and amongst the sales effected we report the quittance of a parcel of 1,0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

Special Advertisements. MR. KNOTT, SOLICITOR, H AS COMMENCED PRACTICE at Camperdown, and may be consulted daily at his office, Leura-street. dMr. Knott will also attend at Terang and Mortlake on the usual court days. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. W M. FERGUSSON has for PRIVATE . SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Elingamite, Jan. court, Timboon, and Mortlake. AManifold-street, Camperdown. I·. W. TAIT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CA MPERDOWN'. Open to engagement to take charge of Station Books, etc. BRISCOE AND CO., WZO LESALE IZONMOG0B ?8. 11 Collina-street, East, Iron Yard, 243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT REDUCTION, Previous to re-building. NOTICE. M R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, J will in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Wheatsheaf Hotel. " EDICAL NOTICE. :T R. PETTIGREW intimates that he .1,) will visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receivP patients at -Mr. Brown's, Che...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION NO IMMEDIATE PROSPECT OF WAR. LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS RLETER'S AUSTRLIAU ASSOC4IATD PRESS TELEGRAMS. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUEST1ONr NO IMMEDIATE PROSPECT OF WAR. LOSDON, January 21. The prevalent opinion is that imme diate war is unlikely. The Christian Patriarchs and Chief Rabbi were present at the Grand Council. The Vizier stated that England and France had declared that they would neither go to war for nor against Turkey. Austria was now neutral, but possibly she would be unable to resist the demands of her Sclavonic subjects. At the conference the Turks agreed to continue to discuss the details but ignored the essential demands. Lordl Salisbury thereupon announced that the conference had ended. General Ignatieff held the Porte responsible, and hoped Turkey would respect her Christian sub jects, and not molest Servia or Monte negrin.

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COLAC SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

'OLA C SHIRE COUXCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17. At the ordinary monthly meeting of the council to-day, the following tenders were dealt with: CORANGAMITE RIDING. Contract No. 9.-Excavating, filling, form. ing, gravelling and draining 30 chains 57 links of road east of racecourse, at Race. course Hill. E. Chapman ... ..£74.5 0 0 J. Dalwood 746 14 10 3M. Glynn (accepted) ... 511 4 4 Flannagan and Smith 739 14 4 A. Gaylard ... 763 5 6 W. Farquharson ... 842 0 0 Contract No. 10.-Supplying and spread ing 250 cnbic yards of red rock retal, 3jin. guage, spreading same 13 reet wide on road east of racecourse, north of Robert Wilson's property. Also, S0 chains of grubbing and clearing, 33 feet wide, in centre of northern chain of road leading from Robert Wilsrn's road to Gerangemete, and south of O'Donohue's paddock. E. Chapman ... ... £178 15 0 Flaunagan & Smith (acptd) 147 2 9 A. Gaylard ... ..... 143 11 6 Contract No. ll.-Forming, draining, and gravelling 5 chains of road leading to ...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

QUEENSLAND. BRIssae?e, January 20. The Woodlark, from London with immi grants, has been placed in quarantine, in consequence of the prevalence of enteric fever on board. The brig Prairie, from Bross Island, onthe north-west coast, with a cargo of guano, bound to Hobart Town, passed Cooktown yesterday. There is at present, says the Southern Argus, an individual confined in Gundagai jaol who rejoices in the euphonious name of Charles Le Grande Redmayne. He is serving a sentence of one month for stealing a ring under peculiar circumstances from James Ford, of Gudagai, in May last, From the evidence given when the prisoner was charged with the crime before the police court, it appeared that he was arrested in Yass on 18th December last, and remanded to Gnndagai. In reply to the charge prisoner said he was an acrobat, and earned his living by travelling from town to town giving per formances, which partly consisted in swal lowing any article the audience might desire. Ford gave him the r...

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

FEROa E1O(LAnD. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southampton Via Brindisi. atlelbourne. January . 11 January . 19 March . . 6 February . 8 February . 16 April . . 3 March . S March . 16 May . . 1 Anril . 5 April . . 13 May . KM . 3 Mar . . 11 June. . 26 May St Iune S July . . . 24 June . 2S July . 6 August . . 28 July . 6 Auust .3 eptember. 11 AiLts't . 23 AutIust 31 October . ..18 September . 0 September 28 November . 11 October . IS October . 26 December . 16 eNvember . 15 November ^3 January,1878 5 December . 13 December 21 February . S FRO' VIrCORI.. LNv,: Arrives London Arrives at London ".,' . Via Brindisi. Via Southampton .lamer, . 5 March 12 March . . 10 Fbr :r- .2 i April . 9 April . . . 16 y- . . 22 May . 7 May . . . 14 Apr:l . . 17 June . . 4 June . . . 11 i," . 15 July . 2 July . . . 9 .ukre . . . 12 July . 30 August .. 6 July . . . 10 August 27 September 3 August . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 22 October . . 29 Octnber. 4 November 19 Novem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

Conveyances. - --------- -- --- '-'* '1 -':i- Q -- - r:--- S .1 COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN TELE GRAPH:LINEr. - DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOW AN] NDTINCHEISEA. TAY COACH in cmnc??oa ith railat.Winhelmea I ,leaves Cam trd6dn at 8.30 au, i,Colae,12 nOon' Arriving,'at Winchelse imi time to co'onct *with the; train leaving for Geelong, at?a 5:p.?m-Leave win-. chelsea on atrival of train trom Geelong at IL15 a.m., due at Colac st t30p.j., due at Cmperdown at 6 p.m. FAss-Csmperdown to Winchele? .. 150. Colac to Winchelsai-. . 68. NIGHT MAIL. Belfast to Geelong Tri Camperdown. Ml, Coaches from Belat -pasBthirbugh Camper down anlMondysi, Tuedaysi tdnesdays, Thundas, ' and Fridays at 11 p.m. :reaching Winchelse at &,30pm . " .OnSundays leave Csmperdown at 1p.m.reaching Winchelsea at 8 p.m. R URN MAIL COACHE : . Leave Winchelse ..Monday,: Tuesdhy, Wedneaday, T?hursiy, and Friday at" 1.30 p.m., aiving at Can- I lperdownat51 m : 55a.m t SnSunday leves Winchelsea at 5 s.m., arriving at t Camper?own ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. B.tLLR.AT, January 20. Messrl. O'Farrell and Soni report: Suplies comprised 109 horses, 121 head of cattle, and 217 pigs. Horse--These to hand were chiefly of middling or inferior quality The demand isverylarge for the beet quality of the following classes, and they are readilr saleable at quotations, as folows :-Com pact medium draughts, L19 to L29; heavy do, L30 to L40; and extra good as high as L45 ; coach, cab, and delivery sorts, LIS to L5 : well bred colts, suitable for India, L15 to L25; stylish, upstanding saddle and bu?gv horses, LSO to L50. Cattle-The continued droiuht has put a stop to sales in stores, except at prices which would be ruinous to accept, and we have cLecked all supplies under our control in anticipation of more profitable business soon. First class milkers continue scarce and sell freely from LS to L1O. Pigfs-Prices are firm. No further decrease in value is anticipated. Quotations ;-Best fat pigs, 5d per lb; fuillsi:ed stores, 26...

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MARKETS BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

£ ALIARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, January 20. Everlr.ghannl rcentlcl and Co. report: The market shows a shade more animation this week. Prices have advanced slightly, a d tlhe supply of new -rain is daily on the incre:-e. Wheat has come for ward sparingly, and a gradual advance in price to os, the doing rate to-day, has resulted with a good de mand. uv.t are also enquired after, and a ready sale ha. resulted for all at hand' We quote 2s ld to 3s ?d for new, and Ss Sd to 3s 4d for old. Barley-A few are-es of the new crop is forward, but no business nos een dic leyond feed iarcels. at Is id for cape. Peas are selling freely at Is d. Hay-The supply is •ot the increase, and a fair sale exists for chaff sorts at L2 10s to LS : manger, L3 to L3 10s. Straw is very much wanted at 35s to 46s. Potatoes-New are coming in small quantities, and find ready sales at L4 to LI lOs, according to quality.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 22. The man who was found in a dying state by a picnic party at Bondi, has sub sequently died. The schooner Milton Badger bound from Daintree River to Melbourne has put in here short of provisions. ,There is no appearance of small-pox in the city. The Premier and the Post-master General are to represent the colony at the approaching Cable Conference.

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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

W ARRN A] BOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARR.naMBOOL, January 20. lMessrs. Hepburn. Leonard, and aRug report:--Our supplies of stock were limited, which at this time of the year is owing to the prevailing -aricultural operations. The store cattle forwarded were in good condition, and well bred; prices being quite equal to owner's expectations. First-class store sheep are in rood demand. We havealso largebuyers for boiling down and other purposes' at current rates. Fat and Store Pigs--The supply was unusually good, and prices highly satisfactory to the vendors. Horses -There is a permnanent demand for horses of every description, at very high prices. Any suitable for the Indian market have immediate purchasers. Quota tions: Cattle-Fat bullocks, medium quality, to LS 7s 6i; store bullocks, three and four years old, in good condition, to L7 Is. Cows, from L3 10s to L3 17s 6d. Horses-Unbroken draught colts and fillies, from L14 to L22; ordinary h:acks, from L610s to L10. Sheep Cress-bred ewes...

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REVIEW. MEMOIR OF THE REV. IRVING HETHERINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

RE VIEW. -------- MEMOIR OF THE REV. IRVING HErHERINGTOr. We have long promised ourselves a reading of this interesting volume, and have now had that pleasure. Our space is too limited for a formal review, and we shall, therefbre, do no more now, than attempt to convey to others the impres sion produced by it on our own minds, and then give an extract or two. The full title of the volume is, " MEMOIR OF THE REV. IRVING HETHERINOTON, Scots' Church, Melbourne, including SKETCHES orW TH HISTORY OF PRESBYTERIANISM in New South Wales and Victolio, by the Rev. F. R. M. WILSON," and right well has the author executed both parts of his task. Indeed, we very much doubt whether any one else in Victoria, or else where, could have executed it so well. Mr. Wilson had long known Mr. Hetherington, and was long associated with him in ministerial work, and in writing this memoir, appears to have stood lovingly behind his late friend, and to have left him to tell the story of his life. We had not the...

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CAMPERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN v. COBDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

CAMPERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN v. COBDEN. This match took place on the Camperdown ground on Saturday last, and resulted in a victory for the Ca -perdouians, with ten wickets to spare. The Cobden were sent to the wickets tirst, and were all dispocsed of for 28. The Camperdown eleven succeeded in putting together 46, 16 of which came from the sundries. The visitors in their second innings made the same as in their first, leaving the Camperdown 11 runs to win, which they succeeded in getting, with out the loss of a wicket. The inning was not finished. The following are the score: ceaPu.-.Jtrat Innings. SPlkington, run out . .. .. 1 Gillbam, c and b Bowyer .. .. 1 Andermo, c Alien. b Fasell . .. S B:shop, b Bowyer .. .. .. 0 Braithwaite, run out .. .. .. 4 Cole, b Bowyer...... .'.. .. 0 Clarke, c Allen, b Boyer .. 4 Hendermon, b Bowyer? .... .. 1 Baker, cl owdl,b?ell .. .. Tarrant, b Bowyer .. .. .. 0 Hooper, not out .. . .. .. 0 Sundries.. . ... .. 3 Total ... 8 Bowin ANsALYI.-Fussell 54 bal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

Educational. TO GkR IN CTON HOUSE, VIC'IOhlA PARADDE. FITZROY, \IElLLl'lIB N. DAY AND 1 J0AIWDLYG SCHOOL FOR TOUNG G(ESTLEWOl'O EN. EsTrAuLsiin .HJULY. 1567, O!; the pullo--c ,.. S~'plying to Ladies, j at mnoderat fts. instruction of such a high character a- the mIw generally advanced state if mental .nltur- in all classes of e..citty appears al,,lutely to require. MR. and MRS. E. A. SAMSON. INTRODUCTORY PARTICULARS. The very comprehensive course of study pursued in the TORRINYGTOS HOUSE SCHOOL, a course specially based on those whose working has been so successful in the Queen's and Bedford Colleges, London, has been devised with the view of supplying to a limited number of young'ladies instruction and education of the highest possible cha racter at really moderate fees. (2.) To every young lady lihose complete education may be entrusted to the Principals (the elements of capacity, health, time under instruction, and age at' withdrawal being taken into consideration,) is assured a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

ARCHIBALD PATON, BARELY HOUSE. pattLernPater MOORABOOL STREET, GEELONG. Gentlemen's Clothing made to measure. £1 REWARD. LOST--On or about Christmas Day, a re BAY FILLY, black points, branded M over 2 off shoulder.: Whoever will return T thesame to Dr. Pettigrew, Camperdown; will receive the above reward. Camperdown MechanIes' In stitute. ITHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the subscribers of the Camperdewn Mechamcs'. Institute will be held in the Reading Room of the Institute on Wednes day next, January 24th, at Eight o'clook sharp.. A meeting of the committee will also be held on the same evening at half-past seven o'clock. FREE TRADE LEAGUE OF VICTORIA. p, CAMPERDOWN BRANCH. PRESIDENT The Hon. Niel Black, M.L.C. VICE-PRESIDENTS A. K. Finlay, Esq. ; Peter Manifold, Esq.; ; Daniel Mackinnon, Esq,; and Peter M'Arthur, Esq. TREASURER R. D. Scott, Esq. SECRETARY A. Knott, Esq. GENERAL COsITrrrEE- John Thornton, Esq. Stuart Reid, Esq. W. M. Fergusson, Esq. J. Dawson, Esq. R. D. Scott, Esq. ...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 January 1877

TUEJDA Y, JANU4RY e, 1877. TaH subject of forest conservatiot has received so much attention from our authorities and our leading journals of late, that little further need to be said by way of enforcing the importance of it on the general public. Yet every corroborative fact and illustration bear ing on it is worthy of circulation. It is only by repeated strokes of the hammer that the iron is welded at last, and is by the repetition of familiar facts and arguments that the public mind comes at length to be stamped with any sound practical conviction. Let us cite, then, the testimony of Da. J. CRaonws Bnows, formerly Government Botanist at the Cape, who tells us that in the comparatively short time during which that colony has been settled the destruc tion of forests has been attended by the most calamitous consequences. He says:-' Throughout extensive districts, we meet with want of fuel, multitudes being driven to the use of mist in cooking feed, and multitudes more numerous being...

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