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The Chronicle. SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 January 1877
SATURDAY, JANUJRY ?7, 187. IT was impossible.for any one to read our last telegram on the Eastern ques tion without a feeling of surprise bor dering on astonishment. The Envoys left btamboul one after another, Lord SALIsBeRY first, General IGNATIEFF, in company with Baron WERTHER, the German Envoy, next, and the others in succession. Now, no one could say of them, like shadows they came, and so they departed, for they came to.Stam boul, with a good deal of State page antry, and, after fixing all eyes on thenm for a time, they departed in most admired confusion. When they came, it was to hold a consultation on the state of " the sick man's" health, and to advise as to the best course to be pur sued, but when he told them he would have none of their prescriptions, there was no help for it, and they had to leave him to his fate. In vain did Lord SALISBURY protest that there was no other course open to the Sultan, than to follow the advice of the Great Powers, and General IGNATIoI'F adm...
THE "VAGABOND" IMPERSONATED AT ECHUCA. ECHUCA, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
THE: "VAGABOND" IMPER- L SUA ATED. AT EC'HUCA. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ECnucA, January 26. At the Echuc? Podice Bourt to-day Fre derick Blackburn. a man of respecteble ap. pealance, .as charged lith forging and nt tering a clieque for £7 15s. The cheque was drawn ui6onu the London Charterwi Badk, Melbourne, and the name of Mr. klubh Ge rge, manager of the A rgus, was forged to the d c:ment. On the 44h inst. prisoner, went to the American Hotel, and remained - there tiliathc following 'Inursday. He repre sented himself .to the naudilrd, Mr. Ward, as a reporter on the staff of the Argus, and. on two or three occasio,,s during his stay at the hotel, he rep resented himself as t` " author of tine " Vai,.nti" papers lateil. published in that lj-urnal. On the 10th 'ist. he tendered in payment of a debt .f £'2 8s 6d the cheque w;.ich he was charged - with foirgiig, which waas aaelted, and.the balance returned in cash. The cheque was dated 10.h Jantiaty, 1876. i'risouec said that Mr. Hugh ...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
American manufacturers are preparing for the Sydney.Exhibition. - . A detaichmebnt of State troops ihave been surrounded'and massacred by Indians. 'B convent 'at' Montreal' has been burned, and sixteen inmates killed. By the, breakitig of ., railway bridge in Ohio the trains were lrecipited sevanty-five feet. A hundred lii es were 1.,st by being crushed, burned and frozen t. death. There was a great suowstorn at the time of the accident. Tobacco is quoted at 35 'centsf kerosene at 4 cents; salmou; 2 dol. 10 cents a dozen.
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
EU1ROPEAN INT'ELLIGENIC Lord Salisbury at the conference warmly condemned the udikhi ol~stiacy. The Russian General Nikitin has arrived ratBelgrade with a"-millioln roubles, to c"h?. mand the?a ervian army,, having ,beea- ap poiiied bytbhe Eml eror of'1ussia. He has ordered the army t.,:oenpy all the posts. A Russian army of. 150,000 is conceatrated Si'th?" ibiithSen i frontier; ghit Russia is mobilising a reserve force of 100,000. with head-quarters establish-ed at thotyn. If in vasion,s sdetermined on, tlteywi ,eros the Pr th'?MtSkilgni, niuithedir.ctio oo Jassy, when the 'head-quarters will be transferred to3tighci'. ' Turkey is importing American war mate rial. -The Russian-army stores are reported to be in a bad condition. Austria has resolved not to imdertake any speeial armament, even in the event of a loca:ised Turkish war. The leading London journals say that England will not'inteirlose to.save Turkey, but will tratcihthe donrse of dtrentas - The rar, prparatiiona in Turke ...
POLO. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
POL 0. The return match between five members of the: Warrnambool Chib," ld ':a like took place at Koort-Koorthong, on Satu r day.last.. The, Warrnambool Club was representedby:i Mesers.?'Q F. )1. Palmer (captain), J.. M'Kellar, H. Murray, W. W. Hood and kA.: Hood. , The players of the Koort Koortnong were Messrs. J. G. Ware" (calitaii),: i M'Kgitile, B.: Diw ling,' T W Browi and' M. Wilkinson. A. F. Scott, acted as central umpire. After a s~bstantiialluncheon to which'fuil justice wss done, the players lproceeded'to tlie groniid - The c itiin of the VWirr namilbool team liatiig won the toss, electe4 to .pLy.;ittlh thh rwind, aidh boti dieb i took their positions at thlesr respective oeals. It w-s not till after airn hour and h1.if of bard play thit the first goal "'i.i accidentally hit for Warrnambool hy MI. B, Dowling .hoi in attempting to save a goal .i ruck the ball against, his poney's legs, which glancing off went between the posts. After an interval of a few ininites play was....
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FRO31 ENGLAND. ,Lea-ecs London Leave I oludon Arrives Pia Southampton! I'e irindii. at M .lbourne. Janurary . 11 Jnuary . 19 March . d F-ý,-,.ry 5 F, binary . 16 April . ., March .S M1arch . . 16 Mar. . April ril . . 13 MIar'. ( ng ML.y 3 Ma 11 Jun . °21 y J.une S J',' e. *26 Jmue . 23 July 6 Aug . 5 Julr . 26 August , eptember. 13 August . 23 Aurust 1 October. .t Septembn r 21' Septem',r 2S Nuorember. 11 Oct'bher . IS Octo' ? i December . 16 Nosi:mlber 15 N',cember 23 January.,178 9 Dccen:ber 13 'kecember 21 FebruarY 4 FROiM Vicr'TiRS. 1.r ve Arrives I ondnr Arrive at London bure. ia Brindisi. Ia Southampton Janua, . 5 March . 12 March . 1n February . 22 April . . 9 Avril . 16 .March . 22 May . 7 May . . 14 April-. . 17 June . 4 June .-. . 11 lacy 15 July . . 2 July . . 9 June . 12 July . 0 August . . Julh . . 10 August . 27 September 3 ,no-.tt . 7 September 24 October . 1 'ptembcr . 4 October . 22 October. . 29 October. . 4 November 19 November .2 Sovein6e...
FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION '..MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday, Jan. 27. Breadstuffs command a considerable amount or notice, and though the sales effected are comparatively hght, that is more owing to the very small quantity placed on the market for sale than to any want of desire on the part of buyers to operate. Flour is moving off for trade purposes, and while we quote L14 lts, as much as LI4 15s has also been realised, sales having been rsported at the price. Wheat is very much wanted, and parcels are readily picked up wheneve. they are offered, even at the extreme rates now quoted. We hear of a line of 2,000 bags Northern having been taken up at 6? 7d ta arrive. Feeding gratns firmly maintain the advance established, and there is a good business doing. 1,000 bags Ta manian oats have been plaeed at 3s 3d to 3s 7d for common to ir feeding qualities. Maize s steadyat . ; the sales effected are chiefly restricted to supplying ordinary trade waant.-Argus. GEELONG, SAIrca? r, Jan. 27. ...
MARKETS. WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
1ARKET5S. \ AVbRUNAVMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRN.t$.OOL, January 27. Ntessrs.- Hepburn. Leonard: anttd Iix report:--The supply of stock forwarded was below *our usual average. There was a good attendance of buyers, and all the stock to hand was disposed of at satisfactory prices, either privately, or by auction. Although we had no fat cattle yarded, the inquiries "for good lots indicated improving prices. Store cattle, well-bred and in good condition, were quite yip to last quotations. For Store sheep the demand is eery limited, with the exception of supeiior ceoss breds, which we could place at satisfactory rates. Horses.-Tha supply is totally inadequate to the demand. which, for heavy draught horses and up standing, h.cks, we have seldom found equalled. Fatand store pigs are selling ramarkably well, and as the demand is so much larger than the supply, we can reasonably anticipate better prices. For milch cows and working bullokes there is a ready sale. quotations-Fat Cattle-None...
TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
TASMANIA. LAue.S Tos, January 26. A portion of the general hospital has been destroyed by fire, and the remainder narrowly escaped destruction. Hour ? t r Tows, January 26. The Council alinost unanimously passed a reooutioni cesuring the Goverumeut on the rdlease of Louisa lunt. The Argue is infomtned that the statneent which recently appeared is a tontcnl,, raly to the stiet, " tlat week ifttr ' stk great numbers of sheep'almost rottenu Ira u the 'new disease' Mwre eu?gl disposed of at Flesninguto g?tl ow p!'iees, the msuority of thiaw. eiug couvertad into I.u..aau focd, is "wholly. with t' iutndati,.u, The- islercator of =the bleliouree Abattoirs, and of the Flhnmii;gton'Cattle Yards, have instittie4l,: searchg: inquiries:.iuto the matter, and have: mss itihe tl lslv~ that these" is no a fo~ndatiou for' the alegatiori. " A" grrat many pour cheep are coLmilg l into the: ima k'tt at the plesent time, but sheep in that con ditilon are not likely to ta?'ka thdisoe ia .a'? , ,
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
QUEENSLA-ND. Bms3a'i:, January 27. Advices by, the' Guý'ýn state that the Leonora steamer ran into the Lbig A. F. Levy, in Forwosa Channel. The latter in. stantly sank, and all lives were lost. A large fire in the suburbs of Foo Chow destroyevd 2000 houses, and 100 people were killed. A hundred of the ringleaders in the Japanuee insurrection have been executed. The Educat:onal movement is rapidly spreading over Japan. Chiph (?) advices state that there are prospects of a great famine. Winter had already set in, and parents were seling and giving away young girls in exchange for tood.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
SEW SOUTH WALES. St- in?', January-29. The remaining child of the Holden family is dead with the small-pox. The father and the other patients are doing well. The Minister of Lands, who has been ill for some time, is now recovering. The cabumen in Brisbane have struck, owing to the low fares. Colonels Latf.in and Scratchley have been selected in England to report on the defences of the colonies. -'
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877
EARLIERL iN'TElUlI ENCE. NEW'SOUTH WALES." SYDNEY, Jania. 27. H.AI.S. Naymphe sailed for W ernn1Aus trali on Tihursday. . , The Customs officials and others who were on board the Brisbane in quara4rtiue were released yesterday. Captain Bafour, of the steamer Brisbane, has been tined £100, or three nmths' im prisonmeni, for a breach of thu quaunantiue regulations. A lis r named Victor, under colu mitt alfor horse-stealing, escaped from the Gulgunglock-up last night by lifting " heavy log, forming part of the ceiling OUn of toe lhds who fell over, the cliff at Argyle'Cut ha died. The Rev. P. F. U'Farrell, of St. Joseph's, Newtown, died yesterday. The Alberts have the Cup match well in hand. To-day they scored 100, with the loss of only one wicket, Thompson and Murdoch, not out, making long scores. The Sea Nymph, from New (Galedonia,'re ports thatthe barque Landum, 155 days from Marseilles, went ashore at Bulari )'a2s, on the 21st,'aid is likely to becomei4 total wrei. ' Tihe cargo con...