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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, January 24. Messrs. Hepburn, LeCoIrd and03 Rowe report:-The stock yarded were--4 cattle, GS calves, 19,00i sheep, 1,495 lambs. Fat Cattle--The above number included about 150 stores, quality of the remainder ranging from medium to good, with some prime. Moderate attendance,. and prices showed a further decline. Quotations-Best pens bullocks, L10 to L13; good, LS to L10; medium, Lti to LT Io0s. Cows at proportionate rates. Our sales were-S5 bullocks for Mr. John Calvert, Irrewarra, at from LS to L13, averaging L9 17s (Gd; 50 head for Mr. Jas. Jackson, Sandford, bullocks fronmt Li to L10 12s 6d; cows from L5 is 6d to LS : 113 head, principally store=, forothers, at market rates. Fat Calres-)Demand for good and prime is improving; other descriptions are only sale able as stores. We sold-50 at market rates. Fat Sheep -Supply was a full one, quality of all tdescriptions, fair attendance of buyers, but prices slhowed a further dec:ine. Inferior store ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 26. A splendid diamond suite was presented to Lady Musgrave yesterday. A complimentary banqnuet was given to Mr. Henry Taylor last night by the Trades Union Society. Two thousand sheep have been sold in the Adelaide market at one shilling each.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

NEW SOUTH WAILES. SYDNEi, January 2i. Two buys while playing on a clitff at Miller's Point, fell over, and one was fatally injured. The ifine weather has attracted large crowds to the Picnic and Regatta.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

COMMERCIAL. LosDoN, January 24. Six hundred and ten tons of Wallaroo copper have been sold at auction at £83 5s to £83 L1s, and Burra at £79 to £80 per ton.

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COLONIAL SECURITIES. LONDON, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

COLONIAL SECURITIES. LsNooN, January 24. The Christchurch drainage loan of £100,000 has been subscribed at an aver age of £100 is.

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AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGIt.;IS, MELBOURNE, January 26. Parliament has again been prorogued to the 6th of March. The Government intend to appoint several places in the city for the sale of railway tickets. Ten Indian polo players have arrived, and they will shortly exhibit the game as played before the Prince of Wales. The Land Mortgage Bank has declared a dividend of 8 per cent. per annum. Joseph James, the farmer who set fire to Mount Buninyong has been fined £50, with costs, or six months' inmprisonmnent.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. GEELONG, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

A US'TRALIAN TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) GEELONG, January 26. A boat accident occurred on the Bar. won River this afternoon. It appears that a party of four went for a sail in a boat, and when opposite the racecourse the boat was capsized and the occupants were precipitated into the river. They all, however, managed to scramble out, with the exception of Mrs. Ashmore, who, however, was also saved through the exertions of Mr. J. 1Martin, the pedestrian. Mrs. Ashmore had her baby in her ars ;at the time of the accident, but she lost her hold of it before she was ree:d, and it was drowned. The body was afterwards recovered.

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GEELONG RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. GEELONG, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

GEELONG RACINGlI CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. (Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDEL'T. GEELONG, January 26. The splendid weather of to-day at tracted about 501)0 persons to the race course. The Governor and suite arrived at 12 o'clock, and were entertained by Dr. Reid, who afterwards drove them to the course. The following are the results of the racing : MAIDEN PLATE. W. Filgate's Glenormniston ...... 1 J. Gilbert's Talk of the Vale ... 2 J. O. Inglis's Dignity ... ... 3 Richmond Belle was scratched. Four others started. Won easily. HURDLE RACE. J. O. Inglis's Gorong... ... .. 1 T. Walker's Mark Twain ...... 2 C. Ayrey's Villiers ... ... ... 2 Oscar and Welshman also started, but Gorong won easily. Great dissatisfaction was caused through the scratching of Jack's the Lad by Mr. Jellet. GEELONG GOLD CUP. R. T. Reid's Pride of the Hills ... I T. and A. Chiruside's Sultan 2 J. Arthur's Spark ... .....2 Brieseis was scratched. Painter went away with the lead, but soon resigned to ...

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THE COMING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

THE COMING ELECTIONS.. The following is a list of persons said to be likely candidates for seats in the new Parliament. We compile the list from the latest soures of information to date, but, as a matter of course, our readers must take it for what it is worth : Electoral District. c Candidates Mentioned. Ararat .. .. .. 1 D. Gaunson, M'Lellan Avoc .. .. ..2 H. B Daly, J. N. CGrant BallaratEast . . 2 Jno. James, 3'Dermott, D. Brophy, Jas. Rus sell, W. T. Kelly. Ballarat West .. 3 W. C. Smith, Fincham. Jas. Campbell, Bell, Finlayson, Hedges. Blarwon .. .. 1 Belfast .. . . .. .1 D. Moore. Benambra .. 1 Thos. Easton. Boroeudara .. ..I 1 Jas. OGrady. East Bourke .. 1 R. Ramsay, 3'Cormiclk, Lobb, J. Dandells. East Bourke Boroughs 1 Southl Bourke .. 1 F. Stephen, Crews, F. Davis. West Bourke .. . 2 Bent, Thomas Smith, Keys, M Ivor. Brighton 1 Carlton .. 1 Jno. Munro, Curtain. Castlemaine 2 M'Donald, Farrell, J. B. Patterson. Collinussood . 2 Langridge, Mirams. Creswick 3 Richardson, Stewa...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. COLONIAL FEDERATION. LONDON, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. COLONIAL FEDERATION. LOcDON, January 24. Mr. Forster, the Agent-General for New South Wales, read a paper before the Colonial Institute yesterday on the fallacies of federation of British colonies. Mr. J. Dennistoun Wood, Mr. Samuel Davenport, Mr Hyndman, Sir Julius Vogel, Mr. W. Westgarth, and Mr. J. L. Montefiore spoke. This discussion was then adjournad.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEORAM.S. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. LATEST INTELLLGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTlONr LosNoN, January 25. The Russian press considers that Europe is bound to enforce the dnemands of the Powers. At ! a great Tofy meeting held at Liver pool, Sir Stafford Korthcote insisted that the interests of England were all on the side of peace, and that that had guided the policy of the Government. He denied the charge that the jealousy of Russia had hampered the action of England in intervering on behalf of the Christians, but stated that the government had care fully avoidedafalse policyof coercion. The Porte, he thought, was unwise to reject the proposals of the Conference, but he also thought that they were entitled to choose their own course, and that no Power was justified in considering their rejection an insult. At the same meeting Mr. Cross said he believed the prospects of peace were now better than they had been fur several months past.<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

Drapery, &amp;c. HALL OF COMMERCE, CAMPERDOWN. J. . ROBINSON, Having completed his SPRING &amp; SUMMER PURCIHASES' is THE MELBOVRNE M.ARETS, Begs to announce that they are now to hand, embracing all the NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON And forming the LARGEST STOCK IN THE DISTRICT. In addition to the above, J. H. R., when recently in Melbourne, procuied a very choice lot of SPECIAL GOODS, Which cannot fail to suit those who have not visited the Metropolis this Spring. Amongst the SPRING &amp; SUMMER GOODS, The following will be found of Special Value: Dresses, &amp;c. Bluck, Gros Grain, and Glad Siuk Japanese saks, Is 6d up wards Broch Norwich Poplins China Sik Colorea natiste, plain Laze Stripe du., printed Satin Stnpe do., white French Pnuted Musulins Stipedl. Fi-ured, and Fancy Yosemite White and C lired Piqua Plain and F auredTassures Plain blck asid Fancy Gre nadinee, sundry quaili ties Plain Arabian Glace Lus treo Diagonal do. Plain Silk Warp do. Ulroche do. do. Stripe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

AdvertisaSmets. SHIRE OF HAIPDEN. Testers. T ENDERS will be received by the Hamp den Shire Council at or before 12 o'clock noon on Wednesday, 7th February, 1877, for the folloiviig WORKS, viz.: EAST RIDING. Contract No. 280.-For getting and carting gravol from depot near Meunt Leura, ( for town improvements, and as may be 1 required by the ratepayers of Camper- c down. Contract No. 291.-Draining and other im provements, Bullen Merri road, near Mr. Crawford's. WEST RIDING. Contract No. 2S7.-550 cubicyards of main tenance metal for Mortlake and Terang read. Contract No. 2S9.-For supply of one or two horses and drays required for mainten ance purposes. Contract No. 292.-Log culverts, clearing and draining, Cobden to Cobrico road. Contract No. 293.-Metalling, and other works, Bullen Merri road, near Mr. Griffin's store. Contract Nob 294.-Clearing chain road, leading from Bullen Merri road towards Mr. Brough's, u Plans, specificationis, with detailed quan tities, and full particulars, on...

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AMERICAN AND ENGLISH TIME-SERVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

AMERWCA I AUD ENGLISHl TIME SERVERS. The great difficulty in this country says an American journal, is that we have no time for anything. The very walk of an American shows that he is in a hurry. An Englishriman buttons his coat and gloves and goes to business as deliberately as he goes to church. An American busi ness man flies after the car struggling with his coat sleeves as he runs, plunges in head-foremost and plunges out at the end without regard to his neck. Chief among ;our accidents stand those which occur because people will jump upon fly ing trains or after departing boats. To wait ten minutes is something not to be thought of. Dinner is not eaten - it is swallowed whole, and when comes to the dessert he finds that the fruit was picked before it was iipe.. Everything is hurried through, from the building of a house to the curing of hams. The women who work on sewing machines stop before they come to the end of the seam. The dressmaker sends home your dress with basting th...

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GEELONG WOOL MARKET. GEELONG, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

GEELONG WOUL MARKET. GEELONG, January 23. 3scsrs.Dl)ennys, inseolles, at Co. report: At the wool sale to-day biddines, as usual at the end of the season, became dull, and prices receded iully Id on last week's rates. We quote greasy at fronm Sd to 10ld, washed up to is 5d : no good lots of either description were submittetd. Our catalouge consisted chiefly of oddnments and lambs' wool. We offered 2_5 bales and sold 10. GEELOSN. Jatinary 23. MIessrs. Ilichlari t Mellislh, and Co. report: At the wool sale held yesterday at the Free Library there was a moderate attendance of buyers, and small catalogues were offered. Prices were very irregular, and we note a fall of Id per lb on greasy fleece. Prices were if anything, dearer at our produce sale to-day. We offered CO lots, and sold greas- fleece to Sd, do lanmbs d, pieces to i4Ld. St eepskins-The usualat tendance of local buyers present, prices ruling almost equal to last week. We sold full wools to 3s 10d, and by the lb 411I to ',d, la...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, January 24. Mcsr.. Erarge Synnot and Co. report: Sheepskin;- We had a fair supply, over 4000. There was a full attendance of buyers, and spirited competi tion. We ieected a clearance of all at an advance on last quotations. Best pelts blrouzlht 14d to 17d, me diunm Ido d to t1d, inferior 4d to Sd each, station skins 4i to 7.i pLr lh, lanmbtkins 12d to 22d each. lHides -Were firmer today. We cleared all we had, at an ladvance of Id to dI on last week's prices. Wet silted ,brought 3ii to 41sl. good conditioned do 4-d to 4i7 pejr I. dry, do 5d to did per th, calfskins 44 to 45d per lb. 'I'alInw - We have disposed of 152 plipes by anction and p;rivately as follow-Mutton L34 to .35 per ton, beef L31 10s to LS3 per ton, mixed L30 to L34 ds per con. station corts L27 to L32 per ton, rough fat ad to 2di per Ib, rendered fat 3d to 34d per lb. January 24th, 1877 .Meosrs. Rutnedland and turneti renort : Sheepskini-Theirlwas tlit, isual 'tteadance oibuye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

New Advertisements. / MAlRIED IANY, residing in a L1 he:1khy I eodit:. h'etwe+-n Wei slet College and C Zureh of EnLlanld ('rannmar School. Ft. Ksil a ;uli. n-+1ul 1 cive iuto her house tro or hil'e o s att'1ndi11 school or c s, . Tiey wo) I enjoy all the comforts of a HnIi. cO!i mbined v -ihll the care and supervision uof a mothelir. HIihest refeir env' S. i'or ternms, &amp;c., ldIr's MAITER, )) Col lin -stree t est, Melb:ourne. Money I) Lendt. + 000 i.. oion.r u+,rsum To + 9jt i l:E , ar 6; per cent. A. C. M'&amp;C1)ONALD, P3 Collins-stree-t west. Melbourne. LA N D. Ta HE UNDERSIGNED has for PRIVATE T.SALE the following PROPERTIES On account of WNm. Brumley, Esq., Allotment 11 a andi b, parish of Woorndoo, containing acres first-clars pastoral land, thoroughly sound, and securely fenced. This land has a large frontage to the Salt Creek. Also, Allotment 41 a and b, parish of Nerrin Nerrin, containing 312 acres, securely fenced, and well watered. This is first class fattenin...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 25, In the Assembly to-night the charge hinted at last night-the attempted cor ruption of a member by the Minister of Lands in order to obtain his vote on the recent bank deposit question-was repeated, and gave occasion for an excited debata. On a motion for adjournment, Mr. Robertson condemned the manner of bringing forward charges in the absence aid during the serious illness of the Minister of Lands, and ex pressed his disbelief of the statements made. Mr. Stuart, the Treasurer, said that he would not withdraw his confidence in Mr. Garrett, but if the charge was proved, he or the Minister of Lands would have to leave the Ministry. The motioni for adjournment was negatived. The House, however, showed little disposition to proceed with business, and adjourned early. The South Australian delegates arrived last night, and the conference met to-dcy, but the business was only of a formal char. acter. At an influential meeting of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S 1'STE$TRŽ TELE. Or.APH' TII%'E.. , . r -ABU h3GZXZiB 703 1,6.: DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. DAY COACH in connection wit h roll ii N in$c 1i leaves Camperdown at .30 a.m., Colac, I! noon, arriving at Winchelaeajin time to connect with the train leaving for Geelong, at 3.45 p.m. Levte Win. chelsea on atrival of train from Geelong at 1115 a.m., due at Colie at 230 p.m., due at Camperdownat 6 p nm. FAins--Camperdown to Winchelsei .. 15. Colae to Winchelses . .. as. NIGHT MAIL. Uelfat to Geelong rid Camperidown. Mail Coaches from Belfast-pasethrough Camper down on Mondays, Tuesdays; ednesdais, Thursdays, and Fridays at 11 p.m., reaching -*inchelsea at 5.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdown at 1p.m. reaching Winchelsea at 8 p.m. RETURN MAIL COACHES . Leave Wilnchelset Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 1130 p.m. arriving at Cam periown at 5.45 am. On Sunday leaves Winchelsea at 5 am., arriving at Camperdown at 11.30 anm. - WITH BRANCH...

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MARKETS GOLDSBROUGH'S MONTHLY WOOL CIRCULAR. MELBOURNE, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877

1A1RKETS --0---- - GOLDSBROUGR'S MONTHLY WOOL CIRCULAR: MELBOtUiE, 'January 24. Wool-The auction sales bave been held regularnly throughout the month, and about 21,5x3 bales have been sold, thos naaking a total of 9,0022 bales disposed 'of since the nOening of the] seasoa iin Gotober. Con siderablt quantties are ,till coming forward, and ti-a'dar sales will probably be hell for four or iva weeks longer, though of course the catalogue will be much reduced. Unwashed Wool fully-maintains its valte, and competition for this description has been w-ell sustained, both for shipment and for spouring. Washed fleece. in good to superior condition, b.ts also remainel firm; but inferior to averag-e sorts must be quotel a shade lower. Scoured continue5 to idii at about last month's rates. As is usual towards the close of the season, a large proportion of the lots offered are in inferior to ordinary condition, and hence the generally lower range of prices. The usual quantity available for sale in...

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