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ROOF IN THE ROADS. BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 February 1877
OO7 I1V THE RA D,.. IENDIGO ADVERTISER. Can we not' do something with this abominably hot weather? Can we not turn in to account in some way,- extract somse good from it, for the daily infliction of being partially fried ! Our 'cute American friends are usunlly equal to most emergencies, but even they have not yet discovered the means of abating the heat of a baking sum mer's day,'and Captain Naresdoesnot appear to have effected any arrangement for: a supply of icebergs from the north. The sun keeps furiously blinking at us, and as we have no cloud-compelling Jove, we cannot veil his amatory ardor-drop a curtain be tween us mundanes and the solar warmth. But we can do something, and we have done. not a little indeed, but still leaving ample scope for further effort.. ' A writer in a public journal lately eipressed the satisfae tion he experienced on the occasion of a visit to Sandhurst, at the sight of the trees , plaxited in all parts of "he public thorough. fares, the pleasure to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 February 1877
Special Advertisements. ETrABLISHED 1853. CORNELL AND KING, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DISPENSING CHEMISTS. Importers of Genuino DrmP and Ohemicals. PATENT MEDICINES and Proprietary Articles, Perfumery, Sponges, Brush ware, 01i bilk, Gutta Percha Tissues, India rubber Sheeting for hydropathic purposes, Trusses and other Surgical Appliances, Coutts' Acetic Acid, M1tller's Cod Liver Oil, Ozonic Ether, Carbolic and other Disinfect. anti, i~a 1.:rry'a Revelanta fqr invalids and intrnt., ANt6le's and Neaves' Farinaceous k'oods, Bluestone, Arsenic, Strychnine, &c. HORE-BE AND CATTLE IEDICINES. Storeke?a?ers and the trade supplied on a~:ry n :darspromptly executed. : or Clarke's Sarsaparilla. . . ount to Merchants, Hotel. .n.?pers, and Others. Agents for Sandiman's pure uncolored teas, unequalled for flavor and quality, 2s. 4d., 2s. Sd., and 3s. per lb. A liberal dis. count on taking a quantity. Agent for Pottie's Scottish Highland Oils. Bees.wax and Honey purchased in any quantity. C...
The Chronicle. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 February 1877
SATURDAY, FEBRUARYS , 1877. THE statesman who will initiate, and carry to a successful issue, some prac tical scheme of forest conservation will deserve well of his countrymen. The important part that forests play in the economy of nature is becoming univer sally recognised; and the reckless and indiscriminate destruction of timber now and always going on is but too well known. It is almost appalling to think of the frightful waste of God's gifts as exemplified in the wholesale destruction, in a few years, of extensive tracts of woodland, which it has taken the slowly elaborating powers of nature as many cen turies perhaps to build up. It is not what is actually required for use, or is in any way made available for man's purposes, that should be saved from destruction; but it is the more extensive slaughter that arises from the careless manner in which the work is carried on. Where ever forest land has passed out of the hands of the Government into that of private individuals, it mi...
INDIA AND THE EAST. CEYLON, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 February 1877
INDIA AND THE EAST. CEYL.oa Tnuary 13. Sir. Wm. Gregory? ac nuied by his aide-de-camp Captain Teackw,'is'a pakaen ger by the present m1 sUaeamuer to Sydney, where he will 1e'. . o f "'r Hercules Robinson. His .ji jll spend a '"honth. in viiting.,tlih ?lian colonies, being. due back in Ccyooo re:open the session of the Legislitie.-Ooancil by the middle 'of April. Sir\.William is expected to return to England about tqe middle of the year. The new Chiet Juthice oo on, Sir Wsi liam Hacketh ln*' of the traits and Fiji, is expected here this mouth. His loconi'tei?en?, Sir Gedrge Anderson, from the Bahamas, has given general satisfaction during past' years . The Chinese amassador to ?England passed through Galle the other day, when he was received with due honor. He landed here, and inspetdall worth seeing.
NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) LONDON, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 February 1877
N E W Si BY THE ENGLISH MAIT (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED I'RESS TELEGRAM.) SLONDON, December 22. -"The Prince and Princess of Wales have been visiting during the month Lord Hast. ings at Melton Hall, the Maharajah Dhuleep Sing at Elvedon, and the Earl of Leicester, at Holkham;--At-Elvedon,-the Paince and a party of seven others, shot neonly 8,000 head of game in'three: days. Mr. ,.-A: Macdonald, sheriff of Hoss and Crom?ty,-hau-been--made-solicitor.General for Scotland; and Mr. James Adam, sheriff of Perthbinhj:(icceeds the late Lord Ard. ilanuna4ju4L i L _the Qpurt of Session. SJames Oetavlu Ward, the Huli.merchant, arrested in riji, has hieen tried asid sen. tenced to 20 years' penal servitude. '.h Tihe Tmbei; Trady ,Jourtznp;fas had an *sricle o tlh'timbli traddelikely to spring up between Australia pid Canada. At th °aniual 'meeting of the P. and 0. ,oamcpany on the 4th inet., the chairman said ,e:'pails" to Australia Feeld bb gccelerated ty pfive days, but a large additional outlay ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 February 1877
: -: t7 -A.' . co iiB A? D o `,' I?sTERAn T i. GRAPH IN. ... !N SCAMPERDOWi AND.W - WC.LSAa + AwCaS bi. 'e/ ; ..i.tW belsa ... nieL ?: a 2 M W -a m in.a 1 ish . sf. ? t . wr m the t.isn i YiE frat Gl..GtL-,at 145 p.".: - Le " in: - chelsi on' arira at trlat hfroe desOd agta111a ms.. due at Cole at.I30 p.a., dosatamperdown at 6 p.m. F··i pidow to W inchese5s .. 1e * ~*i a h deed a0 Sundsy leave Winchee at upsm arriving at a? ZT n - 00L .OAC . Duis rsYday, pd Friday atf.3la -,'5lIvYiE at camu e A On 9unday leaves Winchels at 5am., arriving at MOTLAIu , ERxEHI AM, CAAMUT, PENSIIURST, .1 .and ILMI.TON, s R;- M ,O - - - and all Intermediate Past Towns. . . , EST. Itrst3i att Towns. Mount Due??ed` Apsley . " rWinche ls.a A Penola Cai: nmpirdown C,,"= t .+ on Tr w r Mount Gambler T?all'A Adelaide Warrnambool lCokleras :* :,elfast -'. )Bslmoral . Mo, rtlske . Caver .,Crendish . -sham Br-anholme Chramat Edenhope *t w?. a ios? . - tr.athalby l. ,..,: ,,T EELONG Free . 1 ojlndCiR osr b eel 4 b...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 February 1877
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MlARKET MELBOURNE, January 31]. euars. Stratford Strettle at Co., report t Fat cattls-Only 1,420 came forward, a few drafts .ere withdrawn from sale, leaving about 950 for the week's supply, about200 of which were stores. Prices were slihtle easier than last rates, but anything prime provoked spirited competition. We quote: rest bullocks, L12 10s to L14 5s; best cows, LS to LIO s. We sold-25 head irom the Lovely Banks. Fat C S!r?-- . yarded. Very few prime in ; those that r~rot were :n good demand. We sold-S for Mr. ':h.e n. Fit sheep-27,400 penned. A great pro. aS.:.:n oi the:s were middling to prime quality, and -ca :-..:yi disposed of; others were dull of sale. e.: .? 1::was experienced in effecting a clear .ane, n a. e-uction of is per head had to be sub -:..;y : e .ute--Best crossbred wethers, to Ili; -o time:.no wethers, Sa 6d to 0s ; best merino ewes rto ? . We sold-930 merino wethers and 200 ewes, and outside, 5~0 prime wethers. Fat Lambs-3,050 penned. T...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 February 1877
OBITUARlY. Chief Justice Whitesiie,faged 70; George Dawson, the' Iddt?~r .`aged 55; Sir John 'u1nonde, M.P" forW 'aterfcid, aged 50; Sir Charles R. Turner, Knight, aged S7; light Rev. Dr. Whelan, late Bishop of Bombay, aged 76; Alderman Besley, aged 77, Right Rev. Dr. O'Shea, Roman Catholic Bishop of Roes, I i.lad; GiaQral the Hon. W. Arbuth not, aged 90 ;:Admiral J. A. Paynter, aged 62; Mr. George Hope, of Tentonharns, aged 62; Sir Elkanah' Armitage, aged 62; Mlr. David Forbes,' .R.S., aged 48; Dr. Camp bell, principal of. Arberdeen Univelety'; Admiral it Burton Mbaaamara, aged 82; Cardinal Patrisi, aged 79;: Miss Sellon; Sir Heary de Roughson, batt:'aged 55. Aeoonli .ag ,t lWarat Star, Mr. Graham Berry was in that iown on Tuesday last,,and, in dmpMgt'ith Major Smith and .tlt..,John Painier;: sepairfm to a trysti" , itace, where the coming figt " for count.; and for liberty" was discussed by divers of ite sltoewall party,
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 February 1877
CRICKET. ------~ The Camperdown ground on Saturday last was occupied by a match between the first eleven, and the next eighteen. The eleven had to take several substitutes, in cluding-Mackinnon, who was very destructive in the bowling line. The match resulted in a victory for the eleven by 36 runs, Willis making top score, viz., 24. The only players who got into double scores on the side of the eighteen, viz., Messrs. Hyde, Fusseil, and Frewin, were 17, 13, and 11 respectively. The following are the scores: THE EIGHTEEN. R. Howell, c and b Scott.. .. .. 6 Terry, thrown out, Dennis .. .. 0 Fusjell, c Colhurn, b Scott .. .. 13 Brown, b Scott.. .. .. .. S Tangye, c Henry, b Scott .. .. 1 Woodley, c Dennis, b Scott .. .. 4 Paul, b Henry ... ...... 1 Knott, b Mackinnon .. .. .. 4 F. Hone:l, c Hinchcliffe, b Scott.. .. 1 Bowyer, st Colburn, b Sctt .. .. 2 Jamieson, b Scott .. ... .. 0 Allen, b Mackinnon ...... .. 3 Frewin, b Mackinnon ... .. .. 11 Hyde, b Henry.. . .. .. 17 S. 3['Donald, ...
NON-CLOSING OF ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 February 1877
NON-CtBIIND OROALSW. The folly of those who desire to see every road in the eolony opened and fenced off re ceived a signal illustration at yesterday's mieeting oi the shire council. At a previous meeting of the council a request had been received to open. np all the roads in the parish of Nirranda. At this meeting a counter petition was sent in, stating that if the roads were opened and fenced, it would not only be a source of needless expense, but it would in many instances' substitute impassable roads for a choice of routes, The petitioners.did not atsk that the roadi should be closed or kept unopened, but they pointed out that gates would in all cases be preferable to the roads being opened and fenced. This statement, coming from farmers and selectors, was confirmed by councillors who are well acquainted.with the parish, and there is no doubt that it is applicable to a great portion of the colony. Those who seek to open up all roads of the colony, whether required for public tra...
MEREDITH SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 31ST JANUARY. UNLOCKED SWING GATES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 February 1877
MfEREDITHIT SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNtESDAY, 315T JANUARY. UNLOCKED SWING GATES. The CxIncil proceed.l to deal with appli cations fro:n residents for permission to erect unlocked swing gates on various roads running through their selections. Cr. Cooper drew attention to the fact that there were two councillors who were applicants, viz., the Chairman and Cr. Henderson. He contended that those councillors could not vote on any subject in which they were pecuniarily interested. The Chairman stated that the Act did not prevent councillors from voting in the matter of gates in which they had an interest. For his own part he was satisfied to take all responsibility. Cr. Henderson was about to leave the Council Chamber when he was told by the Chairman that he need not vote unless he liked. Mr. Michael Ward, of Meredith, attended, and objected to any obstruction being allowed to be placed on the roads. The Chairman asked if anyone supported Mr. Ward, when the latter replied that he objected on hi...
WARRNAMBOOL SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY THE 1ST. CLOSED ROADS IN NIRRANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 February 1877
WARR.YAJBOOL SHIRE CO UCCIL. TIUTRSDAY, FEBRK ARY THE IST. CLOSED ROADS I:U MSeIRADA. The following petition] signed by Michael Gavin, Michael Bradlay, and fifteen other ratepayers inNirranda, remonstrating against the opening of all roads in Nirranda, was read: The petition of the undersigned selectors in the parish of lNirranda showeth, that your petitioners look with much concern on the action of the Council in reference to a peti tion discussed at the last sitting of the members, and purporting to be singed by a few residents in the said parish, asking the Council to order the opening of all the roads. This action we beg to state would be of no benefit to any one resident, as free access can now be obtained to the coast, but if all the roads are fencedoff, it willbea great expenseto some of us, and to do so would be to lock some of us in our holdings, as even at this geason some spots would be impassible even on borseback. The action taken by those parties who moved in getting u...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 February 1877
COMMIERCIAL. The supply of tounage is still liberal, and with a slack wheat movement exceeds the requirenments of the market. The price of flonr has advansed in proportion to the recent rise in wheat. Extras are in mode rate demand at 6 dol. 8 cents to 6 dol. 75 cents per barrel. The wheat market is very firm, and holders are demanding full figure, in consequence of the continued absence ot rain. The latest transactions for export have been at 2 dol. 20 cents and 2 dol. 25 cents per 100 lb. The stock of barley is large, and prices for good to choice brewing are 1 doL 25 cents to I dol. 30 cents, and Chevalier offered at 1 dol. 40 cents per 100 lb.
AMERICAN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 February 1877
The Senate has decided that the joint rules which will have so much bearing on the elec tion question are not in force. This is against Tilden's interest. The scheme to impeach President Grant was defeated by the Southern Delegation. At the burning of the Brooklyn Theatre, men and women were reduced to ashes in a heap. Three hundred and sixty-eight per sons are reported to have lost their lives. The obsequies were imposing, the whole city going into mourning. A despatch to the Morning Call from 3rooklyn describes the funeral of the sufferers, and says that that the burial of the bodies of the victims was a fitting end to oni of the most doleful histories of modern timts. All the bodies in the morgue were removed to the tem porary deadhouse, where there were in all a hundred charred corpses. The throng about the market was very large, and the utmost excitement prevailed. Congressional committees from Washington have gone down South to examine into the frauds alleged to have been comm...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 February 1877
New Advertisements. GREAT FINAL CLOSING SALE OF THE StASON, AT [MM ENSE REDUCTIONS. The high pressure at which busnidess has been worked tLis season on Ballarat, and still continues to be, has induced A. CRAWFORD, OF MITCHELL'S BUILDINGS, STURT STREET, BALLARAT, 0'0 make this Great Final Closing Sale a decided success. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS will be offered in every department, and will meet the wants of thousands of customers who have been in the habit of attending the Great Annual Clearing Sales of Drapery and Boots at this establishment, and benefitting by the bargains which lie heaped about on all sides in every department. The present sale will be pien ?ore attractive than ordinary annual sale3,'troinmetition being more than ordinarily keen, addr the necessitvy of an absolute de termination to Zell goods at prices which cannot be equalled in the Australian colonies. A. CRAWFORD is fully alive to the fact that A TEMIPORARY LOSS MAY BE A FUTURE GAIN, and has therefore entered wit...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 February 1877
, NGI,I:H MAlL TABLE 1877. FuIM3 EsoNLND. Leavye London Leaves London Arrives 'ia Southampton IVia Brindisi. at Melbourne. annuary . 11 January 19 March . . 6 February S. February 16 Apill . . 1 March . 8 March . 1 May .. . S A^r' 5 April . 13 May . Mw 3 MIay 11 June. . . 21 May 31 June S ,tuly. . . 23 Jdme 2 July . 6 Auust . . 25 July . A26 A;urust 3 September. 13 August . 3 August 1 October. . 13 September . 2t' September 2S November . 11 October . . 1 October . 6 December. 16 November . 15 November 2 ec January,1S78 9 December . 13 December 21 February . 4 Fiee ?t'ICTORtA. Leaves Arrives Londor Arrives at London 3Melbourne. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton 3anlary, . 25 March . 12 March . 19 February . 22 April . 9 April . 16 March . . 22 Mfay . M7 ay . . . 14 April . . 17 June 4 June . . . 11 lay . July . 2 July . . . 9 Juie . .. 2 July .. 30 Au-Iust . . 6 Jult . . . o August . 27 September . August . 7 September 24 October . i September . 4 October . 22 October . 29 October . 4 No...