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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

Drapery, &c. HALL OF COMMERCE, CAMPERDOWN. J. H ROBINSON, Having completed his SPRING & SUMMER PlRCUit SES IN TIIE MELBOURNE MARKETS, 1 Begs to announce that they are now to hand, embracing all the G VILLTIES OF TEE EEAEON And forming the LARGEST STOCK IN THE DISTRICT. In addition to the above, J. II. R., when recently in Melbourne, procured a very choice lot of SPECIAL GOODS, Which cannot fail to suit those who have not visited the Metropolis this Spring. Amongst the SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, The following will be found of Special Value: Drosses, &c. hlack, Gros Grain, and Plain Arabian Glace Lus GLcae 5i;k tres Japanese bSlks, Is 6,1 up- Diagonal do. ,, ,, ward Plain Silk Warp do. Brochd Norwich Poplins iBrcchb do. do. China S.1k Stripe Melanges Colore 1t atiste, plain black Figur-.d Matalassee L:ae Stripe do., printed tA.k, White and Culored Satin Stripe do., white Tcrquois French Priuted Muslins Do. do. do. Sarsnets St-iped, Figured, and Do. do. do. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

Speieal AhevtiuM-t. sir. Knott will tiosattend atTerang ad Mortlake on-th usual court days. .;·i IC.... "+ '' - IAL N' fECL. lR.:: PETTIGREW intimates that he . ,will visit Cobden every . TuaIday morninjg, t ad .will receive patie-t ,a- .Mr, ist from half.past r tet to , ol1 Aclc. COC , * 1@@t@ ,..mA MTIy' S MURtaTY.sTRer, CoiAc. L.:Attnoda?cee :in: Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fnds' ' . OT--' . . 1 R . PICKEN, Solicitor. Camperdown, 1 .;will in future atteid at TERANG on Conrt days, and can be consulted at the Wheatsheaf Hotel. . GEORCE -CIBSON, CHEMIST, S(Successor'to-W.;. Hi1'), t Supplies Station medicine chests and sundries Halforda snake-bite sarilges ' Air and rater bedsa cushions, '&k Pure English Strychnine. a Prescriptions -and recipes forwarded by eturn post.. - COLLINS-STREEt EAST, .Eh BOUNE EDICATION. -A i ARRIED LADY, resi ina a ZV': healthy locality, betiweeiin: ' e?? College and Church of England Grammar C School, St. Kilda Road, would receive into her house two ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

Special Advertisements. ARCHIBALD PATON, BARKLY HOUSE. - " t .P a t t e r o s 1f" O Application f MOORABOOL STREET, GEELONG. Gentlemen's Clothing made to measure. I'. W. TAIT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOTT STREET, CAMPERDOW~. Open to engagement to take charge of Station Books, etc. BRISCOE AND CO., WRQLESAL I~O2LONEGE3S. 11 Collin-astreet, East, Iron Yard, '243 Elizabeth-street, North. MELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT RE DUCTION Previous to re-building. New Adveriisements. -T! .R..DAY, Ist FEBRUARY, 1871. FAT COWS. THE LEURA CUTTING. IAM SCOTT is instructed by Mrs. .Cole to offer for sale by public the Leura Cutting, on Thursday, v?:y, at 2 o'clock, :.., Cows, suitable for the trade and i.= season. Terms at Sale. SATURDAY, 3rd FEBRUARY, 1877. SALE OF Household Furniture. On the Premises, Mlanifold-street. WJ ILLIAM SCOTT has been instructed V by Mr. Macintyre, tailor, who is leaving Camperdown, to offer for sale by public auction, on the premises, on Satur day, 3rd Febr...

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The Chronicle. MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

MONDA Y, JAVUARY 30, 1877. Taf electoral campaign-is opening be times. The candidates are trooping into the field, " not as single filesbut in battalions." One might: siaupose, from the long catalogues of names which appear in the columns of the morn ing papers daily, that we shall really have more candidates than electors this time: just as- in the Highland army, celebrated by Bo? GAUILTER, there were ten times as many pipers as private soldiers. But, no doubt, there will be a great thinning off before the day comes for depositing the £50 with the returning officer. .That was a most excellent provision invented by Coun sellor IRELAND-the putting down so much money as a guarantee of bose fide candidature. It has saved the country the expense, and the constitu encies the trouble, of many a sham con test. But, in the meantime, there are practical lessons to be drawn even from the multiplicity of candidates. By all means let them come forward, introops,. in armies, in legions if they c...

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CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 29. Before John Walls, Esq., and W. Ower. Esq., J.P.'s. ARSON. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

.jarPEZI)b * PCi COE URt. -4-- MbNbDAv JAiiUARt 29.' ,.;-'. Before John Walls, Esq., and.W. Oer. Esa-, J.P.'s., „ I: Scorge Wilson a ro t ; . mand, charged, on t in r in of his wife, with arson.. - . - The first witnesa? led wal : Marg e Wilson, who deposed that she was a married - woman, living at Marida Yallock. Recol lected the night of the 19th of January. Was at her house on that night with the 4rijgner,.wl?o.a_ gan-totarireL.with. her when she came home from Camperdown, where she had been dining:th -day. -Aftt thlt, prisober Went to his bed, and withess and ithe chidret entto-anoth?c--.d, After the r.pioner had had a gnid sleep, I.e got out of his bed, and came and dragged witness out-of her-bed by thehair'of her head, .and . when.: she was. on t?h floor, st uck her two or three: ties on the back with his fist. T6he children then pilled prisoner away,..and uwitines told -hiii that "If God Bpaeld lier 'till the iiorning, she would givehiim n charge." Prisonbr sworbi that he wdu...

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COBRICO V. CAMPERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

COBRICO V. CAMIPERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN. The return match between these two clubs th came off in Errey's paddock, Cobrico, on Saturday last, and resulted as will be seen su by the scores, inna tie, a thing very seldom heard of in cricket. The ground it is at needless to say was. very rough, and the batsman had more to do to look after his 01 head than the ball; and considering that fe nearly half of every over went over the bats- cr men's heads into the longstop's hands, the w number of runs made was very fair.' ac the Cobrico went to the wickets first, and were all out for 41 runs. The visitors; at however, did not reach that score by 13 runs. In their second innings the Cobrico made 35, which left the Camperdown 48 to win, and only about an hour to get then in. Contrary to expectation-they m..naged to get the required number, thus ending the match after an exciting game, its only feature. In their excitement to get runs no less than three of the last wickets of the Camperdonians fell...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

EUROPEAN 1 ELEGtRAM? REUTER 's AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PREIS TELEGRAMS. SV SJBMAR!NE TELEGfAP'11 ' ~i ASTERN QUESTIONr LoNDON, January 26. ?Re igng to a farewell address, Sir H. -lliott expressed a firm belief in the future of Turkey. The Porte announces its intention to introduce.ofita-own free will-the reforms demanded. -- i. : L6iJo4W) Jauuary 27:, Midhat Pacha has sent dispatches, in. -viting-Princes-Mitll n an-Nikitifdircctly to negotiate peacee... Mr. Gladstone; ii a speech at Taunton, maintainedhischarges against the abomin. able Turkish regimne. He insisted upon Englaid's feupohsibility. Turkey had violated mi dest'ro?yd 'he ertatiesibf 1854; wihigli we nir'longer bii8iiig. H iefited the, sit pictonitof Russia, aid co6iclided 5ith?an olxquent appeal to the English,peopleon their duity

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CRICKET. COLAC v. CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

CRICIET. COLAc v. ,AMPERDOWVN. Last Saturday an eleven frciColac arrived ian r .mn-tnan yal I 'rý .. with the Camperdown l e?'en,. a~n as they had been victorious on the forer. occsaion, it was, geierally thought that-the-mateh would be a very cloSembe, and it was also known that the visitors bad;blmn practis irg very assiduously for the wusost match roase inetime past As iithe Tast mLatcL, the Canm'erdonia'a were' ig aplacedat a'diad vsantge, in coitaequenceof ae oftheirmennot turning tup, andstd stbftitelad tobesecured. The Colasewer thb first togoin-iGrteneand titrhclifie' bets tlheir tepreaentatives In Pramnle?3n flrstb il hqirw ; herbclba bowled Greene, and the board iho. --01-o d. K. Murray next appeared, and together withi rnbl rt scun who took i inhbcliffeisplace, soon ! mounted up the score, the third wicket not; falling till 59 runs had been made. Bobert son's play all through wavi exelltand thea way in shich he: completelymasteed ;the bowling deserved: scial 'er: The' bko...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

COBB AND; C.. .'S...T.. E B TELEA GR"API LiI - CAMPERDOWJ MA OWINO::EIGIE A. A?TY COACH is e swith rail at Wis hmk s D - learn Camim ows at-sNstomr as;t- l , I "mlrna, arriving at' Wuches in .time to eaa h iMi t train, leavsit for , delel ,at 5.4 p.m. I~ae Wia chelsa on aeival el tra?it . b ei-leiM Iat L s., at Colase att130 p.m. ds at rdwnat p.m. FA a-Vampsretmwto n Wsacehu o .:.. .15.r . .eColac to.WinsCksa .... ..y NIGHT MAIL t elfaset to Geeleng via Camperdown. Mail Coaches from Belfast pa tirotgh Camper down on Mondays Ttidayuo, ednAesi, T?amt , and Fridays at 11 p m., reackl Windr at 5.30 p.m: . Onm Suday ,leav CGamIisowsi at 1 Ra.n Winchbebs at 8 p.m. - ARTUN MAV= COACEDn tLeae Winchelsea NModay- TLseday, Wednesday, Tharsday, and Friday at 11.30 p n, arriving at Cam. perdown at 5.45 am. b On Sunday leav? Winchele? a at 5 sm., arriving at Caamperdown at 11.0 an. WrIT R1aCN LLYu1 To ORTLAKE, .mEXMrmmCALAMUT, PENSHURST, s (ldAi ILTON, THIL TO MO1UNT GAMBIER AND ADELAIDE vu PENOL...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 January 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 29. A woman named Jane Dicker residing in Gold-street, Collingwood, cut her hus- band's throat to-day with a razor, and then cut her own. Both were removed to the hospital and are expedted to re- cover. The cause is stated to be jealousy. A gas explosion occurred last evening at Steeth's Hotel, Collingwood. A Mrs. Flannagan was injured, and some dam- age was done to the premises. A Royal Commission has been ap- pointed to enquire into the condition of the aborigines. The two lascar sailors from the "China" will be discharged from quarantine on Wednesday. There seems little doubt but that the man Marks, who suddenly disappeared while bathing yesterday, fell a victim to a shark. The Cable Conference in Sydney seem determined that any new cable route shall avoid the Dutch lines. There is likely to be a rupture amongst the banks shortly with regard to the rate of interest. Wheat is 6s 8d...

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THE USE OF TANK WATER. TUESDAY'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

THE U??A.E OF? TAAK WATER.. TUESDAY'S AGE. A valuable and interesting report-upon t, the tank water used for domestic purposes ha in. localities- to which.the. Yau Yean has he not been extended around the city, and fto its relation to epidemic diseases, has been we forwarded to the Chief Secretary by Mr. tic Cosmo Newberry. The use of tanks in H general in the the suburbs, and the water an this saved is used for drinking as well hi; as other puiposes, wherever and whenever 1p the Yan Yean is not available. It was th found during the epidemic of scarlet fever e and other contagious diseases that in to many, if not all, of the localities affected, ku tank water was freely used, and attention on was directed to the subject with a view do to ascertainingwhetherthe oneacted as the hi predisposing cause of the other. After a he very careful analysis of a large number of pu samples by Mr. Cosmo Newberry, assisted ch by AIr. Manley Hopwood, the result w: points conclusively to tank water be...

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CHINA AND THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

CHINA AND THE EAST. Chinese steamers ar monopolising the trade of Nagasaki. The Russians are fortifying Vladwustock, and massing several thousand troops there. Ching How, who made himself notorious in connection with the Tientsin massacre, has been appointed Governor of Sheuking. The Japanese Government are persecuting the Press. Prosecutions are of daily occur rence. An infanticide mania exists at Foo Chow. The tail-cutting mania has reached Foskein. A great agitation has been Ithe consequence,. which has intensified the prejudice against the missionaries. The extreme value of the Woosung Rail way has been agreed upon at 140,000 taels. Excellent iron ore hasibeen discovered at. Chilili, riot far from the eastern end of the Great Wall. A trading society has been formed at Japan, to trade with China. The Govern ments of both countries have granted special privileges. The Japanese silk trade is proving highly ramuunrative this season. Two silk mer chants have left for Italy. The yearl...

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ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS' MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) BRISBANE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

A R:R I. V A.L._ OF THE TORRES STRAITS' MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TEELRAMIS.) BRISB.AE, January 30. The steamer .Singapore has arrived at Cooktown. Sir Arthur Kennedy, the new Governor, is not a passenger, but he will come on by the Somerset. The Singapore landed over 400 Chinese. Her cargo consists principally of tea. The London wool sales closed on the 2nd December. The closing sales will be long remembered by all connected with the trade,, on account of the rapid and enormous ad vance in prices. All sorts closed at highest quotations, the tone of the market being firm. There was every indication of wool beiug consumed on a large scale, and the trade generally had much improved.

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, January 30. The English Eleven .were all out for 224. they speak highlyinf the Auckland cricket ground, which is the largest they have placed on in the colonies. In the Auckland im ings, there are three wickets down for 8 k.Im f and Lillywhite bowliu.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 30. The agent-general died, in Lo,,don last Thursday. Several names are mentioned ac probable successors. The papers are complaining that 60 rail way workmen hanve been allowed to leave the colony for Victria. Wheat- is very firm at 6s 2d to 6. 3d. Flour £14 to £14,'15s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

New Advertisements. MECHANICS' HALL, CAllPERDOWN. SATURDAY AND MONDAY, 3RD AND 5TII FEBRUARY. EMISON'S ENTERTAINMENTS. SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME : PART I. Overture (Pianoforte) ... Miss Herbert Song-Jenny who lives in the dell .. . Mr. F. Newton Highland Fling (in character) Miss Joey Brookes Song-The Brothers' Lul aby .rs. T. Empson (As sung by J. K. Emmett, in the comedy of Fritz.) Song (Burlesque) - Will a monkey climb a tree ... Mr. Empson Sailors' Hornpipe (in charac ter lMiss Joey Brookes Song (Irish)-Tim Flaherty. Mr. F. Newton Original Comedietta TEE PINE DOMINO MR. AND MRS. T. EMPSON. INTERVAL OF FIVE MINUTES. PART II. Selections (Pianoforte) ... Miss Herbert Irish Jig (in character) Miss Joey Brookes Gascolopsicaltransmogrifications Mr. T. Empeon Song (Motto)-Just behind the scenes ... ... Mr. F. Newton Dutch Song (in character) --His Fader keeps de Brewery (from Struck Oil) .. ... ... Mrs. T. Empson To conclude with a Laughable Sketch, en titled THEE TROU3BLESOME VZSITOR, By M...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

QUEENSLAND. BRIsBANE, January 30. A whaleboat has been found on the beach near Cairns, broken up, apparently by blacks, and it is presumed the crew have been murdered. There is a strong flood in the Dawson River, and a carrier named Trimble had nine horses swept away. Mr. Herbert Rogers, a son of the late Mr. G. H. lR?gers. and editor and part pro prietor of the Gytmpie Times, died at Gympie to.day.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 35. In the Assembly to night, the Minister of Lands defended himself from the charge of attempted corruption, and disproved the statements by showing that weeks before the bank deposit question came on, the appointment to which reference had been made wa filled up. Hereferred tisconduct while in Melbourne, and admitted that there w some ground of complaint. After a short discuaien with reference to the ex pl aation ofered, the subject idropped, and the HouSe proceeded to a discussion on the proposet railway to Bourke. ,The Government have iasued s series of regulations. with referenco to the storage and traii't" of explosives. The English eleven will probably plh.y another match here after their return from New Zealand. Mr. L. R. Castray, of Hobart Town, has been appointed agent of this colony under the Agreements Validating Act. A man, while attempting to cross the line at Redfern terminus this morning, was knocked down by one ...

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THE CABLE CONFERENCE. (THE ARGUS'S OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

• _ THE CABLE CONFERENCE: [Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (THE ARGUS'S OWN CORRESP.ONDEkr.) SD?'nar. January 20. The Conference sat five hours to day, but has decided nothing. The sitting are ex. pected to close to-morrow, but from what has transpired, the results anticipated from the deliberations are not likely to be realised Conflicting interests appear to have come in, and the conclusions will probably be in definit The end of the negotiations has mbeen o far rachad that the Hon. R. S. Akirsoa returns by the Victoria at daylight Srow. The Hoe. R. Ramsay remains Sated the fieal sittiag. his aftmeroon,o after the coeference, a n?bee of the delegate were taken a trip in the Goveaamet eam to Middle Harbour. At te diaer, at Oewm.m t-house lst Vsmi*, aee r to e Vi sosine Miaistt r were abset, bat the Vidtriqj ns who attended wui the Hoe. 5Raesy,.* Mr. ; S. W, M1owarM. M si tyr of 8dharet Mr. as*º.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 1 February 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 30. A number of the immigrants complain they cannot get work. The Govern ment's reply is, that they have had work. Attention has been called to the im purity of the water.

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