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CRICKET. WARRNAMBOOL V. CAMPERDOWN [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

CRICKET. WARRNAMBOOL V. CAMPERDOWN The second match this season between the above clubs was played at Warrnambol on Saturday last. The match was witnessed by a Irage number of spectators, and as the last three or four matches were all won by the Campetdoniilas considerable interest was manifested as to how the local club would come off against the premier bowler; Prank Allan, who played for the first time against them. The result, as was expected, was the total defeat of the visitors by 159 runs-the greatest defeat they have ever received. The match was commenced at about a quarter past elaven by Allan, the Wart. I nambool captain, who won the toss, going wilh H- Ladda to the wickets, Bramey opening the bowling- for Camiperdown. When 16 runs had been made Ladds was cleau bowled" by Henry in his third over. KeHland next appeared, and together with Allan, brotuht upthe score to 32, when he also succumbed to Henry, Fairfax was the next man, and his steady play soon brought about a chan...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 10. A case of Asiatic cholera has broken out near Kadina. The first prise of £200 for the University design has been given to James M'George, the second prie of £100 to Mr. Egan, of Melbourne, and two third prizes of £53 .each to Wright and Reese, and Lloyd Tay or sad Wyatt, whose d?igu were equl.

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COBDEN v. CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

COBDEN v. CAMPERDOWN. The return match between these two clube was played at Cobdon on Saturday, and resulted in another victory for the Camper down, by 25 runs. The ground was very rough and the small scores on both sides resulted from thus. The bowling of Fussell and the batting of Hyde for Camperdown was very good, as also was the bowling of Clarke for Cobden. The visitors were very hospitably received, and the match altogether was a very pleasant one. The scores are as follows : C.eanpows Suco, ELsmr--lst Innings. Paul, c Baker, b Braithwaite .. .. 0 Frewin, b Braithwaite .. .. .. 6 S. 'Donald, b Clark .... .. Fussell, c Hazeldine, b Braithwaite .. I Bowyer, b Braithwaite ... .. .. 11 Allen, c and b Braithwaite .. .. 0 Jamieson, b Clark .. .. .. 0 Hyde, not out .. .. .. .. 10 J. ?'Donald, b Clark .. .. .. e, run omt .. .. .. .. 5 Sundries .. .. .. 12 Total .. . .. .. .. 2nd Innings. Frewin, lbw, b Braithwaite .. ... 1 Rae, b Braithwaste .... .. 0 HIyd, run out .. .. .. .. Jamies...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

QUEENSLAND. Ba1 a1AE, February 10. The Blackbird has brought the boat's crew which wa left at the wreck of the Sinýapore.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

- NGLISH MAIL TA 3LE 1877. FROM. ENGLAND. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southamptor Via Brindisi. at Melbourfie. January . 11 January . 19 March . 6 Fabruary . S February. ,6 April . . 1 Mirch . March . 16 May . . 8 April . 5 April . . 13 May . . 8 .if& 3 May 11 June. .91 May . 31 June . S July . . . 26 June .~S July 6 August . . 25 .ltly , Ad Aunust . 3 September. 13 Au;ust. 23 August 31 October. . 13 Sepltember 20 September 3S November . 11 October. IS October . 26 December. 16 November . 15 November 23 January,1878 9 Dccemtber 13 December 21 February . 4 FaoM VICTerlA. Leaves Arrives London Arrives at London Melbourne. ria Brindisi. Via Southampton Januarv. 25 March . 12 March . . 19 Vebruary 22 April . . 9 Apil . . . 16 March . 22 May -. 7 May . . 14 April . 17 June . 4 June . . 11 Siay . 15 July . . 2 July . . . 9 June . . 12 Jul . . 30 August . 6 Jul . • 10 hugust . 27 September . 3 August . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 22 October . 29...

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MARKETS. BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

1MARKETSS. IALIARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE 1 ARKET. BALLR.tAT, February 10. 'veringllnul G(recntirthl and tlCo. repori : A considerable amnount ci business has been done in the market durinz the week; farmers havit?g seen the wis?dm of pushtig their wheat off at thehigh priccs recently nruling have been carting diligently dtring the '<eek. The prices declined from 6s 9Sd, the :inure obtainable on Monday, to Cs 2d, at which the market remains steady, with evidence of considerable stability. Olts have come forward freely-; prices are well n.intailted, outside orders coming in, and keep ing the iarket firm at 3s 4d to 3s 7d. Cape Barley continues to be wanted at 3s; in English there is not wý much doing, only best parcels findihg buyers at 4; to 4s 6d. Peas are still in active demand at 3s 6d. Slay-The demand has been brisk all fhrough the week, the supply being scarcely equal thereto. To day, however, a large quantity came forward, but was cleared at a slight concession on the a...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. - SvDazy, February 10. The Reform Club gave a picnic down the harbour to-day, at which all the members of the Ministry were present. The Assembly has affirmed the propriety of amending the Diseases in Sheep Act of 1866 R. S. Buyers, in the employment of the Clarence River Steam Navigation Company, has been arrested on a charge of embezzle ment. A woman named Baston bled to death at Paddington to-day, by cutting her arm. It is supposed to be a case of suicide. In the Challenge Cup Match to-day, Alberta v. University, the former had nine wickets down for 197 runs. Thomson made 66. The firt shipment of new maize arrived yesterday from Clarence River, and is of excellent quality. SYDNEY, February 11.,.) On Saturday the balcony of a house in the city, occupied by J. H. Curran, fell, severely iajrinmg several persons. Mr. Dampier's Hamlet was witnessed bya crowded house at the Victoria Theatre on Saturday night.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDu, February 12. Diamonds have been.found at Echunga. The,lowest tender for the Burra and Battel Railway is £'2,830 per mile. Wheat is fir. Still higher prices are anticipated.

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SHIPPING. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

SHIPPING. LosoND, February 0. Arrived : Whampoa,, s., from Sydney; Northumberland, s.,ý Emu, Melbourne, Shannon, Romanoff, Centurion, Yorkshire, LochVennachar, Holmddale, City of Ara, Ben Lomond, from Melbourna ; Bellona, Craigindarroeh, Windsor Castle, Katrine, from Adelaide; Pak Wan, Madrai, Geo. Thompson.

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COMMERCIAL. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

COMMEROIAL. Lo. Do., Pebrery 10. Wheat is declining. Metal are depressed. Wallaro copper, £82; Burr, £79; tin, £71 to £M2.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

NEW SOUTH WAL ,S... SYDN.Y, Febraary 12 The war veiel Wolverin e,' Sppho, and Comnict have been released from quarantine. That portion of Miller's Point, which was isolated by the small-pox outbreak, is again re-opened.

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. LonDOn, February 10. The Electoral Commission. in America has decided to give Hayes, the Republi. can candidate, the Florida vote.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. RUSSIA AND TURKEY. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIREC r. 'lUTER'S AUSTRALIAN A.9SOCIATED PRE&S TELEGRAMS. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. LATESTINTELLIGENCE. RUSSIA AND TURKEY.. LoNDoN, February id. The Russian press says it is needlessfor Russia to make war upon Turkey, whose fall will be quicker by internal anarchy than byiforign attack.

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THE MAILS. LONDON, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

THE MAILS. LoNDow, Februry 10, The Australian mails via Brindisi have been delivered, and the letters were an swered to-day via San Francisco.

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DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT. LONDON, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

DEBATES IN PARLtAMENT. Lo soNi February 9. In the course of the debate in the House of Lords on the address in reply, Lord Granville urged united action on the part of the European powers in order to coerce the Porte to accept the proposals. The Duke of Argyll accused the Government of changing their policy. In the House of Commons the Marquis5 of Hartington also accused the. Govern.,: ment of changing their policy, butsaidthat Lord Salisbury deserved the thanks of the country for restoring the entente cordiale between England and Riiussia, and. making Turkey understand her relations to England and the Powers under the treaty of 1856.

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

Drapery, &c. HALL OF COMMERCE, CAMIPERDOWN. J. II. ROBINSON, Having completed his SPRING & SUMMER PURCHASES IN THE MELBOURNE LMARKETS, Begs to announce that they are now tohand, embracing all the NOVELTIES OF THE SEAEON ind forming the LARGEST STOCK IN THE DISTRICT. In addition to the above, J. I. 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. Black, Gros Grain, and Plain Arabian Glace Lus Glace Silk tres Japanese Silks, is 6d up- Diagonal do. ,, wards Plain Silk Warp it do.e BrochS Norwich Poplins Brochi - do. do. China Silk Stripe 3elanges. Colored Batiste, plain Black Figured Matalassee Lace Stripe do., printed Black, White and Colored Satin Stripe do., white Torquidis French Printed uslins Do. do. do. Sarsnets Striped, Figured, and Do. do. do. S...

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

FOR SALE. WANTED KNOWN. --FOR SALE. - Splendid four-in-hand Drag, with latest improvements; also, Buggies, Car riages, and Express Waggons, in great va riety, unsurpassed for cheapness and dura bility; All new work guaranteed for twelve - months. Trimming, painting, and repairs done with economy and despatch. A. GROTE, Coach Factory, Gheringhap-street, Geelong. AT CARRON TIMBER YARDS MELBOURINE. tai EVERY DESCRIPTION OF col :BUILDING MATERIALS trs At Lowest Rates. J-. WRIGIT AND Co. Sheep Purchased. AT SHEEP PURCHASED AT MAR FAT KET RATES. Apply to an C. M. FAIRINGTON, M?anager Western Meat Preserving Company, Colac ESTABLISHED 1855. E YRES BROTHERS General and Furnishing J S IronmIongers, At Hz OPP-OSITE TOWN HALL . h - STURT STREET, BA L L A R A T SPECIAL attention paid to the require mentsiof SQUATTERS and FARMERS, District Agency for.SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES. PUBLIC NOTICE. JOHN BOWKER. BUTCHER, ch 3IANIFOD STREET, CAMPERDOWN, 30 )EGS to intimate to his customers and all the pub...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

TUESDA Y, FEBRUARY 13, 1877. AN attempt has lately been made from the lecture platform, to decry the teach ing of history in schools. The reasons are that history is, for the most part, a mere record .of wars and revolutions; that the teaching of it, therefore, serves no good purpose; and that the time devoted to it might be far more profit ably employed in the study of the natural sciences. The same line of argument has frequently been taken up by the devotees of science, but hitherto with very little effect. A writer in Fraser's Magazine for December, for example, strongly advocates the teach ing of Biology in schools, and argues for his pet crotchet in such a way as to con vince the reader that there is really very little knowledge of any kind worth possessing, excepting always it be biolo gical knowledge. But at least he is good enough to tell us what he means by the term Biology. It includes, he says, all those branches of science com monly known as Botany and Zoology, which de...

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FATAL ASSAULT AT STAWELL. (THE ARGUS'S OWN CORRESPONDENT.) STAWELL, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

FATAL ASSAULT AT STAWELL.   [By Electric Telegraph.].   (The Argus' Own Correspondent.)   STAWELL, Feb. 11.   On Thuraday last a man named Ellis, a vetinarian sugeon, whilst passing through Main-street had a quarrel with the landlord   of the Post Office Hotel, W. H. Richards. After some wrangling and threatening lan-   guage, it is alleged that Richards beat Ellis's head against the verandah post. Ellis went home, but afterwards partially rallied, and   one Monday night attended to the horse of a customer, but on Saturday morning he died under distressing circumstances. Richards was arrested but bail has been allowed. The coroners' inquest was commenced yesterday and will be resmed on Monday.- It is not thought likely that any evidence will be published until the inquiry is concluded. The funeral took place to-day, and was largely attended. Ellis was about to return   to the old ...

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

SConveyances. p COBB. AND CO.'S.lWESTERN TELE p GRAPH LINE. --,- I-,-. DAY CO0ACK,.. J CAMPERDOWN AMD ) HELSREI. - DAY COACH in comscties wihiraB 1lM WVh l, leaves Cmprdw at ? 30 am., Cols, 12 aan, arriving at Win ghel, in time to coanet with tlhe trin'eaving lor: iGmlbng At L46~ i L : ,e Wh. cheseC on atrital of train from eelong at 11.15 IaSm due at Colai: t 130 p±S . due at Campeown at t p.a, F.Otis-Cramperdoatrw ianaba a 5: 6 a NIGHT MAIL. ...ý d e Belfast to GeeOloang lia Campeuiowu. Mail Coaches fromi ll~tat' through Camper down on Monday, Tusdyw ,.d . Thoursdays, and Flrida. at- 1 p.m. rneaching inchlmn at 5.30p.m.'' On Sundays leavr Catn own at.t plmnreachiug Winchelsea at 8 p.mi. : '' :. ?TU-RMAIL COACHES . :T, uyaes.,., ta at. +a ..L ..a. sg at Sp. rdown at 5.45 am. b on sundiy linvs Washie at 5 sm :, ariving at cwmpegnlowzttl m .. . -.... WITH aDacC LINK 'i O 11 LEiit~E, H A18 ,ARAMITh , PENHURST, :. an : d iAYILTN, ". y.al t o , 3 1OUhT GAMBIER AND ADELAIDE vn PENOLA, an...

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