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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

A USTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. -LATEST INTELLIGENC . After the Mjoamed meetimn of the ity COumoilmhettie held, t*o di the Kajar gave a he bse, a tie ? er feet ow Mr inutets ww.~e oFlbt hi, however, of a - transpired is the htshe. A wemmen, sats-a~ unow, ae been drowns in sKnney's -bath. The KYbii. of i-unds ha approved of the ylm of thebhill to be erected on the S.6priiiTsCoiit Riasie, for Sims Res ves. a wus eK In the Ura.a diutiict catte and sleep Ixe rapidly lyg of asarviation.

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

JEW SOTH WAls. .s.. .? , I y, si GmdJ eat. l, o .h?hIdr te _ .. It" iaty. tisa it? tdel.aer '' i dd fa w _ Geea.aeded to beri 1M somdem , tmhe gil~ s wmof li ae , ie em p tem dt de e?d af iGtaiiemitr -r tller e m adewiek, is il- i nbsy r th e bi1r shem ei ttrriu i.borIa se SYtýla7, at Nwrruti, a 1rded trais du i th t. etI ipronrtb r asd lie d to p verm enb ad-sctioU. as. . pld Theas to want od water -a .a mdah trnict. It i espected that the meavie.iyx ehi Srairway vw recive pratiges at, ead of tarometh. Arilsths, mtr e rrnsvag. Sn na hm bee val comitted for taral er eh wf aes ca el Seat h dAsft S nn Chiarte a tLo ms ame ago. The awesms bstwvs the banks hbee d ste, for dt y. The ship Resalt recently engaged is th trade betwven Wallaroo and Neweestle, is to load frome me at Mor's PrFeerviag Ce? pan fur London. Yesterday, at Newcastle a loaded tramn from Minit Cilliery ra off the line saar t jmsauio with the Great Norther haes. er illa loma were muashed repn the egine e tayat d, h e In...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

May ~.&~ME. 1fnIry9. A - qa ; ,Iiii ~gai b . t-be mAeived "fa tie W'eg1ýAý L buqisI. Lts~qvph psity ia4.si thst. pt7 hits mceead an U.~USb -"-rlr~iic yhuyc lid ad "ib.uas wesý obui iesityy of the

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

Death. Clarendon.—On the 9th inst., at her residence, ?????-street, Camperdown, Annie wife of the late Samuel Clarendon, aged 53 years. Geelong papers please copy. The funeral will leave her late residence, at half-past two o'clock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

Drapery, &c. HALL OF COMMERCE, CAMIPERIDOWN. J.I .ROBINSON, Having coumpleted his SPRING & SUMMER > PURCHASES IN THE MELBOURNE MARKETS, 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, 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: Dresses, 8c. Black, Gros Grain, and Plain Arabian Glace Lus Glaci Silk tres Japanese Silks, Is 6d up- Diagonal do. wards Plain Silk Warp do. Brochi Norwich Poplins Brochb- do. do. China Silk Stripe Melanges Colored Batiste, plain Black Figured 3latalassee Lace Stripe do., printed Black, White and Colored Satin Stripe do., white Torquois French Printed Muslins Do. do. do. Sarsnets Striped, Figured, and Do. do.do. Satins for ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

BALLARbT LTLVE TOCK tMessrs. Fisken and Gibson report: Fat Cattle.-297 yarded, irincipally medium quality light-weights, with a few good pens. Buyers were well represented, and all lots suitable to their require ments were mcst briskly competed for at fully last week's extreme rates, the market closing with an up ward tendency. Averages-Messrs.C. ad A. Finlay, Z3 bullocks, L12 Is 7d, 32 cows LS 5s 4d; Mr. A. Wilt son 1S bullocks L7 5s; Mr. Yuille, 38 bullocks, L6 9s 6d, 38 cows L5 9s 10d. We sold-70 head for Messrs. C. and A. Finlay, Glenormiston, medium to good quality, bullocks at from L14 5s to L9 17s 6d, cows at from L14 Ts Ed to L6 2s Od ; and a small draft for Mr. Stewart to L5 12s td ;.also, on:the station, 59 bullocks for the Hou. John Cumming, Gnotuk, at full quota tions. Fat Calves-13 yarded, of medrum quality ; best in sold to 32s 6d.- Fat ,Sheep - 11,938 yarded, about a third being good useful mutton, but only a very small proportion could be classod as prime quality bei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

NOTICE. 001 M R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, tra wil-in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Wheatsheaf Hotel. FIREEHOL PROPERTIES. WT M. FERGUSSON has for PRIVATE SFe SALE freehold properties in the an parishes of _Colongulac, Elingamite, Jan. court, Timboon, and Mortlake. Manifold-street, Camperdown. Sheep Purchased. IF AT SHEEP PURCHASED AT MAR . KET RATEI Apply te 3 S C.M. FAhRINGTON, ' Manager Ai Western Meat Preserving Company, Colac. f ah PORTRAITS! PORTRAITS MELBOURNE PRICES.' For ho~rt Pd1od COaly . SUPERIOR CARTE-DE-VISrrE, 7.. d. PER' DOZEN. No Second Price aid No -Secod rQuality; First-class Work Guaranteed at, BENSON AND STEVENSON'S PORTRAIT SALOON, :C.AMPERDOWN, - Alongside the Mechanics' Institute. ,I Melbourne Address-108, Elizabeth-stree all de VAST DRAPERY SALE. w' To Realise tht. late, William Bright's intaest in the firm of BRIGHT di HITCHCOCIKS? GEELONG. vi The Whole of their ,MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF LINEN DRAPERY WOOLLENS BLANKETS ...

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MAPLE BUDS. THE NEW FAMILY BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

THE NEW FAMILY BIBE. - I wa ntito show you our, new Family Aible," said Mrs. Harper "t her Aunt Ruth as she unrolled the elegant volume from a snowy napkin. "'Did you evur see sich fine engravings; besides, here ae notes' and references, to make the mysterious passagedall plain. 'While they were admiring he fine plates, little Johnny, came in from his play, and asked his mother to allow him to see the pretty pictures.. "No, no, Johnny; you cannot have this book. • There is an old book that has pictures enough for one little boy. Now you need hot go -off crying about it - if you do I: shall certainly punish you," said the mother, who really had not the least idea 'of being unkind. ' " 'Why' not' let the child look at the volume a little while 1" said Aunt Ruth. Mrs. Harper gazed at the speaker with an air ofthemniost profound astonishment. "Why, Auntie ! you don't mean to infer that you would let a "'ten-year-old boy have such a book to amuse himself with ?" `'-Most certainly I do." ...

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SCOTTISH SONG. PROFESSOR BLACKIE ON "THE WIT AND WISDOM OF SCOTTISH SONG." [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

scOfirsk O N. rtonsso . BLACaKI ON '"IEa Wit Airb S WISDOM 0o SCOTTISH SO G." In December last, Professo. Blackie dliieri-i th opening lecture of the course of the DennistoUi Youn Meti's Mutual 1 improvement Society, in the Dennistoun 1 Free Church, and he had as his stbject f " the Wit and Wisdom of Scottish SoingPt The professor began by saying that he a wished they had had a iegular hall foi the r lecture-not that he objected to the church, but that he thoughtf there was a I time and place for everything. He sup.- P posed -they would object to tumbling t and tight-rope dancing in a church-not that they objected to tumbling and tight. t] rope dancing, but that it was contrary to p their associations to have such exhibitions y in a church. He was not going to tumble y or danc -upon a tight.iope literally, but a he was inclined, after a hard day's teach- 1h ing, to have a little tumbling and recrea tion in his own way. (Applause.): Well, v then,s he always thought that next to love ...

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The Chronicle. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1877. THE pleuro-pneumonia has broken out in cattle depasturing not far from Mortlake. This we state on the autho. rity of a gentleman who understands the symptoms of pleuro-pneumonia well, and who suffered much from it in times past. There are no deaths to be reported from the disease there at present, but its existence is undeniable, and precautions against its spread can not too speedily be taken. That is, in .fact, our chief reason for calling atten tion to it thus prominently, and :we know of no better mode in this case of advising such precautions, than by re ferring to the way in which the disease broke out. For some time past, the neighborhood was remarkably free from pleuro-pneumonia, hut not long since a mob of infected cattle was brought to Mgrtlake- for sale, and these were divided into lots, and driven along the road in different directions, spreading the disease far and wide. In such a connection, it would be very unadvisable to mention names, and...

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THE REV. JAMES MARTIN, B.A. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

THE RE:. JAMFA MARTIN, RA. Face io idcs ith the sad intelligence that the reverend gentlem!n wbroers ami Fiiads this paper is now no more among ii; it i di~calt to comprehend the truth. Affec- d " yi, hope, dismay, and grief, each in their, 9 frn bids one disbelieve the cruel statement, and put it.out of mind. Alas ! the fact is E too true, and the Christain community, u staggering and onorowing, is compelled to ¶ accept the announcement that the pastbr of the Colliawtreet Baptist Church will no longer minister to his people. "He served It his own generation," and now, with the Rev. cl P. S. Menzies, and the Rev. A. M. Hender. ti son, two other Collins-street pastors, "he p has fallen on sleep," and rests in his grave. Were it not that Mr. Martin deserves a tri-. t bute to his memory, grief would stay the ri pen and enforce gaiet aubmision. ' t Mr. Martin 'Wm boirn in Hackney, 1821. it ii puarts a wert both members of the ptft Church, under the pastoral care of Dr. Coi, lflre.treet,...

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SINKING OF THE WILLUNGA. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) ADELAIDE, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

SINKING OF THE WILL UY0GA. (AUSTRALAN ASSOCIATED raP TUsLOAMx.) .. . rnS, , bra? ry, 8 The collisiot which resulted in the loss of the steam drede' Wiluu, happened in this way. The Victorian pro ceded at $rst-ast a.t:* sig dhe outer her, where, the Willunga was moored, She them netieed that the Willunga was lying athwart the stream, and had hoisted a sighal for vessels to pass her on the northern side. This the Victorianr proceeded to d4, but to avoid a small ketch coming ftm an opposite direction, asatd the d and at is supposed her mere touched the mud, causing her to lose steerage way. Orders to stop her and reverse were given, but the current idnen?ed her course, so that, instead of -answering to the helm, she crashed bliquely into the Willunga on the star bad-? bow, cautting through the main rail ulwarks and water-way. The dredge \ heeled over to port, and sank in a short time. There was a good deal of commo tion on board the dredge, but all hinds were saved, some ptting on boar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

OBB ` AN ,A D . ý}'"-: " Ti ": ·? & : lAY-C OACýli vapp9 dim with rail at Wincheleea DAl'i eIlV5 ps doUatM&3 ai.m., Colac, 12 noeo, a li e teheb.y t1i timd to conniect with- the: trais 1A*e&4 ,pm Leave W in due at b)oli al3Sp.mi dncampeztown at 6 p.m. Ftans- mi-pedws mto W inchebei ...15a t chelea . .. 6R a ....";::I .I?= 6 +d : 'i" Md( ecbep from Beft pee through Camper da'en uaIedayi, Tupagaye, ednoeday, Thursda, . .. · - ?"+. ? +-:+ '.rr.':,, At?,+:+ I" p ' agy pp?pwn at 1 p.m. reaching Leave Wind,_l:t-Monday, Tuesday, Wedriesday, . a 1L30 p.m., arriving W O a i.? T Ylorl W'tchelsea at 5 a.m., atrrivin at CampedeWSfa1itLam.XL , E BRANCH LIFE TO : L AXE, "?E.A? Cg ARASIUT, PENSIiURST, S.. . " " + , ? . - T HIS- 1 O ' t 01N? GAMBIER AND ADELAIDE vIA PENOLA, and all intermediats Post Towns. - Mount Duneed .. Apsley Wl ichelses Penola Camperdown Casterton ." .eiim oi ,-" -:..elaide "reham Branlholme HCaraa -t Edenhope -? . "=ý LHey-wood -ai - Portland S.. Narr...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE WOOL TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

MARKET,, MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND If[lDE MARKET. .1?ELBOURoN, February 7. Mcessr. Ri Ioldsbrough aul Co. iprt: Wool-Our auction sale was postpond ,until nsat 'foinday, when we shall bring forward a ta '--Cý' .oTue considering the lateness of the season. Pri.$-e continue firm, and.very full rates are obtainable, c in sidering the generally ordinary condition of the Ites now in the market. Sheepskins-Our sales passed off during the week without any alteration in prices, sal the supply disposed of was about equal tothe averas;. Dry skins are in gcod request, all coming forward being easily disposed o. butchers' skins realis:d up to is 4d each, pelts irom 6d to s 4d each, drv skins from 3d to bid pr lb. Rides-We sold ifull supply during the week at late quotations, and 'can obtain satintactory results for all coming forward. We quote as follows :-Average ox-hides froiu 21I 6d to 29s each, do cow-hides 13s 6d to 21s 6d each, Victorian salted 3d to 4d per lb, New Zealand salted 4d to 5...

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MR. COLIN CAMPBELL AT ST. ARNAUD. ST. ARNAUD, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 10 February 1877

MR CtOJi; CANdi4 i 4 8T, 4RN YD. =; .(17 m na s.rc maaej.) SST. AssataD, February 8. . . Colin Cr.ºabels , LL.A., one of the aafiat.e - for -ar.a. Kara, Ire?i, the eleors of St. Arnuud.laat $eve~iug.4t the local town hall. There werie satr 250 per. sons present. The-Mayor, who was in the elar* introdnoed- My CampbelL who wan "04 13 with cheers, a alsd with lia vigr. ie 4tnter-dearonitratini b; bythprotec. tioaI party, and the first pdtio,of. his o -ewas in conseqntice frequenitly pub. jectd 'to interruptions; For some time, *rW'Jsling ra so hig ia a perfoot up. roar ws the result, but ultimtely the meet ing~-o?Ie down, end Mr..l inpbell went on withJ4is address - Hle pointed, out the diraliity of imposing ai-la tandtx for the purpose of equalisiug the brdes borne by the coummutty, and .was eplicit and forciblein showing the advantages conferred by a system of frew trade over pratection. In the course of his address, he said, no doubt .they wold he told that- free taiders, were eile ...

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THREE WILLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

THE?E WILOWS. The name wi owe- iry apt to all ;up, alfirst thoughtthe -weeping,.or so called" Babylonian variety:. ,Visions ofr green banks; and islands, fringed with pendant branches reflected in the water, come upl naturally with the term i but the iiiembers.of the family are really quite iunieroius and diverse in character,. utterly unfitied, in many cases, for either street or lawn trees. In the habit and office of shrubs, how ever, experience will always prove them valuable, and it is of three well-known, ill-appreciated kinds thus used1 that we wish to bpeak. The Laurel-leaved Wilt loit (Saliz pendentra) is a vigorous plant, Iof rect, spirited nature,' healthy, clean, and straight. The ?leaves are large and broad. for.a a illow; as suggested by the familiairrinia e. ,AIIsoil seems to suit'it, and, lik? its comipanions, 'it is readily propagated; and grown, and capable, when pruned,? of retaining its beauty for many years.- ? vei-ysuitable position for its ?employmeiat is in 'h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

Special Advertisements. ESTABLISHED 1S53. CORNELL AND KING, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DISPENSING CHEMISTS. Importers of Genuino Drugs and Chemicals. P ATENT MEDICINES and Proprietary Articles, Perfumery, Sponges, Brush ware, Oil Silk, Gutta Percha Tissues, India rubber Sheeting for hydropathic purposes, Trusses and other Surgical Appliances, Coutts' Acetic Acid, Miller's Cod Liver Oil, Ozonic Ether, Carbolic and other Disinfect ants, Du Barry's Revelanta for invalids and infants, Nestle's and Neaves' Farinaceous Foods, Bluestone, Arsenic, Strychnine, &c. HORSE ArND CATTLE MIEDICINES. Storekeepers and the trade supplied on Liberal terms. Country orders promptly executed. Sole agents for Clarke's Sarsaparilla. A Liberal Discount to Merchants, Hotel. keepers, and Others. Agents for Sandiman's pure uncolored teas, unequalled for flavour and quality, 2s. 4d.. 2s. 8a., and 3s. per lb. A liberal dis count on taking a quantity. Agent for Pottie's Scottish Highland Oils. Bees-wax and H...

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HOW GOOD COWS ARE PRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

HOW OOD COWs A REN PRoD'CED. The remark has, oftenbeen made by dairymen ethat village cows, bor 'cows bought from persons who keep but one or two animals at'a time, fail to yield so much milk when placed. in the herd ion the farm asp when in theliiands'of the villager, or owieri of one or two animals: We hadv knbwn dirymin toi.n'tpur e ,: single cow from the villager because of a her notoriety:as a good milker, and at a very large price, but in almost every e case the, ,abimal, when placed upon the: v farm.with the other cows, turned out to il be 'no"nbre' 'thaji in ordiiiiry milker;' i though well known to have been superi6r Ii in this respect when kept as a single cow. : Again, on the other hand, culled animai, a from a large herd,.when sold to persons b keeping one cow, have turned out to bi lfa :remarkably good'imilkmers. 1-istnces of a this kindiave come under ou iinotice many. p times; and: during the past': summer, a w notable example was shown us where two in cows had been s...

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SANDRIDGE REFORM LEAGUE AND GAUNSON THE YOUNGER. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

SANDRIDGE REFORM LEAGUE AND c GAUNSON THE YOUNGER. ----*---- I; The Sandridge Reform Leagau after all 1 intend to repudiate the younger Ganuson. The League met on Thursday evening to transact important business. From one of the early advertisements which had appeared it was expected that the league would select a candidate but the members were evidently nnpreparedfor hasty measures, andpostponed d action for several weeks. Great disorder c prevailed, and some of the speakers came to 1i blows before they parted. Mr. F. Cornett n moved the following resolution :-Thxt in- ri asmuch as many members of the league are a of opinion that the selection of Mr. William 4 Gaunson as the representative of the Liberal e party was irregularly made, this meeting declares such selection rescinded; and that a special meeting shall be called for the pur pose of affording the Liberal party at Sand ridge an opportunity of knowing the -poli- b tical views of the intending candidates; h such meeting shall...

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AMERICAN V. AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY. BALLARAT STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

AMERICAN V. AUSTRALIAN AORl CULT URAL MACHINERY. BALLARAT STAR. If our farmers want to get a reaper and binder, why do they not move somebody to get one of the best Ainerican ones over here, sand test that? It is all very well to patron ise local industry, and advertise bonuses for local inventions, bhut it would be practical wisdom to utilise the results of the larger competition and larger experience which the United States and Great Britain can furnish. It-was said that a reaper and binder did its work well in the trial made by the Centen. nial Exhibition jury. Why do we not im. port one of the winning machines, and have our own trial? We have tried our own In. ventions, and they are failures hitherto. The trial at the Two Bridges was unsatis. factory, that last week at Kyneton was so complete a failure that the Secretary for Agriculture decided not to repeat the thing. as previously arranged for at Bungaree, and yet we are continually reading-of successes across the seas. The fa...

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