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EN GLISH MAIL TABLE MA TAPLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
AN C1 iFIf 3IAI. 7P1 f lit l]M FRox ENoLAND. Leaves London Leaves London Azrries Via Southampton Via BIindist. at ~lbIU rne. January . 11 January . 19 March . February . 8 February . 16 April . 3 March . 8 March . 16 May . .. 1 April . 5 April . . 13 May . . . May 3 May . . 11 June. . . 3[ay 31 June . 8 July .. . Juie . S Tulv . 6 August . . ly . 25 August . 3 Septer mbr. 1 f :. 23 August 31 ctober. .1 ;ember . o September 28 November. S.ober. 18 Octdber . 26 December. 11 ,?rember . 15 November 23 January,187 S December . 13 Deceniber 21 February . 5 F;ROM VICroIA. Leaves Arrive. London Arrives at landon JMelbournc. Via Brindisi. Via Southamptom January, 25 March . 12 March . . February . 22 April . . 9 April . . . 16 M3rch . . 22 May . . 7 May . . . Apri. . 17 June-. . 4 June . . . 11 May . . 15 July . . 2 July . . . June. .. 12 July . 30 August . . 6 July . . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August.. . 7 September 24 October . 1 eptember: "4 October .. 22 October . .29 Octu-er. . 4 ...
MARKETS BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
MA4RKET? BALLARAT LIVE-STOCK MARKET. BALLAAT, January 2. .ic?rse. tltenrsank, aglet*n e and to. report:-Fat'Cattle-353 yarded, of which 100 were -...rt, thei quality of the tjlauee ranging from me dlim t.i g'od. The attendance of buyers was small, but I rL ,', on thle whole were about equal to last week Tihe flloing are the averages:-Calvert, 30 bullocks (I'1) 1.1 is id, 65 do, stores, L9 lgs 10lod T. Bath, 30 tslnllfcci, L9 5s: Pimblett, 46 cows, L5 15s. We sold -c lhtad for different owners at market rates. Fat ,h es --Only 11 in Best brought lls. We sold 7 tead for ditierent owners to 35s. Fat Sheep-19,1. utre ienotd. Thenumber of good sLeep was small, three-parts of the supply being medium quality and stores. Sales of good sheep were fully equal to last week, but other descriptions were dull of sale at prices slightly under late rates. Quotations-Best crossbred wethers brought 12s, do owes Ss id, merino wethers Is 3d, do ewes 7s. We sold a mall draft for E. Kirby, Esq., at marke...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH \WALES. SYDNEY, January 2. The reported second case of small-pox turns to be a heass no traceof its existence can be foxnd. The Govenment are making arradgements for the purchase of a vessel for a quarantine station near the City. Summerbellts Wharf, at Miller,s Point where the small pox patient resides, Is kept strictly irsolated, and no one is sllowed near but the medical offier. All steamers froni China and Eastern ports whether ealling at intercolonial ports en route or not'are to be subject to quarantine regulations Both the Australia and City of Sydnef left Auckland forSydney yesterday. Both will, on arrieal, be boarded outside the Heads, aed the former, with her pasengers will be sent into quarantine. ' The heaviest rain ever biown there fell yesterday at Cowra, lasting two bows. Attention has been called to the reckless overloading of steamers.during.theholiday excursions, and to-day the master of the fgery boat Eclipse was Sued foe his oleace...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADLMIDE, January 3. Jurors.were paid for their attendance at inquests for the first time yesterday. A meeting of the creditors of J. A. Glee son, and L. A. Gleeson, auctioneers and e4uatters has been held.. The liabilities are £50,000, and surplus £2,000. The estate has been assigned. The Ship Wiest Astuarlian from London, spoke a vessel from Afirca to Singapore, with"°the crew in a starving >condition. Three ha&died from yellow fever, and for five days had nothing but a few palm nuts to sustain their lives.
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
NEW SOUTH WALESB. s8?ia , Jamnary .' Th ecptain f te A sie m rihem is to be prosecotu firt vioeM t uh er t laws by biimgi" bia ship `harbor witlh iafecbior dw e boed.. STsp4esom1 wer capsised in the harbor on Sunday, but all were rescued by a pass. Arrasmenta have be comd for o match bLtwee Davia, Scorn, an Watson. The small pox patient at the quarantine station, is in a very precarious state.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
DMrpry. THI GCREAT ANNUAL SA l ANTICIPATEb EC1LPSED IN MAGNITUDE, i yD WITH GREATE 1 BARGAINS /' N ALL KINDS OF SEAso02a5LE VWIL oo"w A. CRAWFORD, - MITCHELL'S BUILDNGS, STURT-STREET, BALLAXRAT. I announcing the above Sale, desires to tintlit to l his numerous custoners and the public that he ? h iev ited from his regular course this seaon o having a sale so early. It has been the cnstom' hitherto to have the Annual learin Sale aft the New Ter, but owigrto the number o iesat pont In Ballarat, he bha determined to give customer and the public ' .. " - '" A DecdIed Bemet Ino ite nmaSe of he ales being the order of the day, and;Chbp Goods ofring on all bands, A. Crawford has decidedaop submitting the Wlole of his Stock to the pblic at a smletLoss of Profit, and nany of takown, Ls Lin e will be Sold at Less than Cit Price. TipabiUc must see that this'course Is not only the meet wise, but the beet; and, viewed fram acommer elal tand-point, is a necesary protective position to Hos-ume. - ...
GOLDSBROUGH'S MONTHLY WOOL CIRCULAR. MELBOURNE, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
GOLDSBROUGH'S IONITHLY WOOL CIRCULAR. MAoaBOsRtcE, December 28. Nesea. I. . Idelebm h and Co. repet: Wool-The season has continued in full operation during the month, and large sales have been made, the total tatalogued being 40,475 bales, i which about . 33,500 bales have been sold. There has not been any material alteration in prices since our of the ^lth nlt, but at the late sales wahed Ase ha not been quiteeotrm, and may be quoted a shade easier. Ecoured wools have remained stationary, and there is no alteration in this description calling for notice. Urtasy wools have been well supported, the demand for America tending to maintain prices, more especially for averge tosuperior descripton. Purchases con tinue to be made on American account, but the supply of euitable lots is becoming more limited. The wools now offering differ to some extent from those sub mitted earlier in the season, the bulk of the supply * which remains available consisting chiefly of washed fleece from the W...
No Title The following letter was also received from Mr. Picken, and read:— To the Secretary of the Hampden Shire Council. Camperdown, January 2, 1877. Hampden Council ats. Attorney General. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
lThe followisg letterwas ales ecvied froe Mr. Picken, and read: To the Secretary of the' lamspden Shire Council. Camperdown, January 2, 1877. Hampden Council ats. Attorney General. Sir I received your letter of the 2nd of November last, in reply to mine asking for instructions, and enclosing me copy of a resolution of the Council. Feeling the responsibility cast upon me by such resolution which desired me to take such steps as I thought proper to bring the matter before the Judge, I sent to my Melbourne agents the necessary ipapers to lay before Mr. Lawes, the best equity barrister available, and requesting them to see Mr. Lawes and explain my po sition (as I feared I could not act for the Council and the five defendants) and let me know whathe advised. The Argus report of the decision of His Honor the Judge given on the injunction, also accompanied the papers. On the 3rd November, my agents wrote me that they had sent instructions for answer t! Mr. Lares but were unable to see him....
HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINA MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3RD, 1877. Present—Crs. Ower (president), Scott, Walker, Macdonald, Curdie, Mackinnon, and Buchanan. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
HBMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL ORDINAM MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3nD, 1877. Present-Crs. Ower (president), Scott, Walker, Macdonald, Curdie, Mackinnon, and Buchanan. MInUTES. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From B. Harriman, Crown Law Offices, informing the Council that the portion of the Shire of Hampden comprised within the parish of Skipton has been proclaimed a dis trict within Which licensing magistrates may grant certificates for publican's licenses for which shall be charged the annual li. cense fee of £10.--eceived. From Arthur Jones, Camperdowe, apply ing for a renewal of his slaughtering license. A letter was also read from Mr. Jones, the inspector, which stated that complaints had been made to him that the yards were in too close proximity to the township and recom mending refusal of license. After some dis cussion it was deeededthat Mr. Jones should be informed that the council decline to grant licence for yards within the township boun ...
The Chronicle. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
THURSDAY, JANUTARY4, 1877. A wona or two to our subscribes, ad-. ,ertising friends, and the .publics generally. Evei since The CAreiick? was started, Mondays and Thursdays have been its regular days of publica-' tion. During the present week, however, another journal, hitherto published in Camperdown, on Tuesday and Fridays, I has abandoned .its former days of i publication, and taken up ours. Some say :this has beeii done to other days of publication hi tlie force as into the._ adoption of twow week; others, that it h been dune to deprive us of the opportunity of being irst in nptinh thi monthly puosi.l ilgoftheS , h Wl l ; id. lt that it edq itogie; lpalidl proo4 is - _ibm.u,,-diuy.r e,?i lAre ?bein toio m:d twr u? i journals a Cmpedoa, ld' theit 't wakest w h ould, times be alwed to go to th l. a. . ,a epildi. ' all thes rasetdo may seem - sad ;?moe jostle us oat osuf erndinacy diji pablieatia plae tas in the p dsitios having to state to our supportes what we think, uader all the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
Conveysan . COBB AND CO.'SWEST'tII1 ' I. GRAPH LINE.- ;- _r' was co cm , i..,. DAY COACHEFS CAMiPERDOWN csEA. tAA COACHi in connection with rail at WI al s Slearts Canperdownl at 5.30 man.,;; Cle, iut arriving at Winchclse in timne to coansned with the trin.lsaving for Geelong, at 3.45 p.. io ss. bave chelss on atrirel of train from Gaelon at LIt s.,; die at Colac at 2.30 pin.,due at Catperdown at 6 p.m Fias-Camperdown to Wiinchelses .. 15e Colac to Winebelses .. .. is. nlfisat to Geelong ria Camperdown. il Coaches from Belfast ps through Camper. dawn on Mlondays, Tuesdays, ' edneada, Thursdays, and Fridays at 11 p.m., reaching Winchelaea at On Sundays leave Cainperdown at 1p.m. reaching .Winchelsea ait p.m. RETIUR? MAIL COACHES L.ve Wi..ndshelse& 3foais. Tuesday, Widaaskyi T'I lirday, and Friday at 11.30 p.On. hativing at Cam7. perdown at 5.45 a.m. On Sunday leaves Winchelsea at 5 am., arriving at Camperdoan at 11.0 am. ITHR BRANCH LIINE TO MORTLAKE, HEXHAM, CARAMUT, PENSII...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARam T, December 30. SEveringhaua Sreael4 and Co. report : There h? teen a very lightbusiness done in the market during the open portion of the week, and little will now be dcne until the holidays are fairly over and p?cple aettle down to business gin. There has been nothlng done in wheat; a load or so of new came for 'rnl, and sold at about 5s 3d, but as the quality was iisferior this cannot be taken as a criterion of the opening of the market Oats are In fair supply atlate rat,:e3 ld to 3s Id. Barley is nominalh- at late Irices, 2 Sd to 23 Pd for (ape, 4s to 4s 6d English. Pens, 3s Id to 3?s 2 Hay-Chaff-cuttershaving sue ponded operations during the holidays; sales have been difficult to effect, though thesupply has not been large ; prics have a downward tendency, which will only be checked by some outside trade springing up. We quote-Manger, L3 to L3 10s; sheave., L2 5S to L°_ I5: stir, 35e to 40s.