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FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. GEELONG, MONDAY, Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. GEELONG, lMovn.A, Feb. 12. The breadstuffs market has felt the full force of the large suppltes of wheat that have been received in Melbourne from the country districts during the past three weeks The rush of wheat to the metropolis has ov:r-filet the warehouses there, and storage em:. 12 .- ne up nearly 2 per cent. Speculators E:: ,: ?. `:} - :erdone the business, and many have rain on their hands which they can -t as high prices as they anticipated of this has had the effect of making ther cautious in the way of purchasing n they actually require for immediate This has brought about a falling mar .ices quoted for flour, altheugh high, -inal in character, A very fair business I in maize, oats, pans and barley. The stocked with these products. 'Prices :, and slightly more encouraging to have heard of the sale of English bar . ? o p:: u.hel, but the sample was extra fine, and not~~ i near that figure cn be obtained for ordi nary samples. Plenty of...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 February 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRA.IS. *&STRALIA.N ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRIMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, February 12. A large and influential meeting of the National Agricultural Society was held to-day for the purpose of considering the proposition of the New South Wales So ciety to remove the prohibition on the importation of stock. The HIIon. R. Simsun was in the chair. The following resolution, moved by 3Ir. Cumming, was carried unanimously : "That after the recent information received of a flesh outbreak of disease in Europe, this so. ciety does not feel warranted in recom mending the Government to remove the prohibition on the importation of stock." An amendment for nine months' quaran tine was moved, but, after some discussion, was negatived. The cricket match Ballarat v. Hobart Town, was continued at the latter place to-day, when the Tasmanians in their second innings scored 356 runs. When the stumps were drawn, the Ballarat in their second innings had made 118 with only three...

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IMPORTATION OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

IMPORTATIOS OF STOCK, Mr. Edward M. Curr, chief inspector of sheep, has submitted the following document to the Chief Secretary, touching the importa tion of stock and the risk of infection occa sioned thereby. There seems to me to be a feeling amongst people who have not made the laws of breeding a study, that English cattle, and perhaps horses, are of a quality which not only has not been, but cannot be produced out of Great Britain. On this subject I have to state that such can only be the fact of the conditions of nature are superior to those of other countries. Now, I think it may be safely stated that such is not the case; that the conditions of nature in Great Britain are of themselves rather adverse than favourable, and that it is only through a constant struggle with nature that the great results of breeding in England have been realised : that nature has done far more for Australia than England in this respect, and that superior cattle can be produced at far less cost here...

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RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT ECHUCA. (THE ARGUS'S OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ECHUCA, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

RAILIWAY ACCIDENT AT ECII UCA. [BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (TrnE RG S" OW!n CORRESrPONDENT.) EcTrUA, February 13. A schocking accident happened to-day on the Victorian Railway. A shunter named William M 'Carthy was run over by the pilot-engine, near the Echuca goods sheds, and both his legs were so fearfully mangled that they had to be amputated by Mr. H. Crossen, surgeon, just below the knees. M'Carthy was cleaning the points ;on the main line when the accident occurred. H. was called to, and the whistle of the engine was blown to warn him off the line, but from some unexplained cause he did not hear the signals until it was too late. The man's body was thrown between the rails, otherwise he would have been killed. He is an old einployd of the Government, and a single man. He is spoken of by his superiors as a most faithful and trustworthy servant.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 13. Sir Arthur Kennedy leaves Hong Kong on the 21st inst., for Brisbane. The Metropolitan has addressed a circular letter to the clergy and laity in reference to the resignation tendered by Bishop Hale.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 13. Charles Percival, alýts Stuart, has been committed for trial for forgery of bank notes; and Joseph Craigon has been com. mitted for trial for shooting at a man named Blackwell, with intent to murder. Mr. Buchauan has given noctice of motion in the Assembly for the immediate intro. duction of an Amend Schools Act. The Coursing Club have fixed their pro gramme for Mlay. In the cup match, tha winner receives £200, and a cup valued at £80; the runner up £100, and4two dogs £50 each. Fine showers fell about dusk, and it is now again fine and close. The heaviest rain ever known there fell to-day in the Bourke district, and the river is rising.

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

NEW ZEALAND. WE.LISGTON, February 13. The English cricketers played twenty-two of Tarruakiyesterday. TheTaranakiplayers, in their first innings, made a total of 32, including two byes, and the English players in their first innings made 80. The bowling analysis shows that mhaw bowled 100 balls for 11 runs and six wickets, and Lillywhite ninety-eight balls for 19 runs and thirteen wickets.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AuEL.uuE, February 13. Fine rains have fallen in various parts of tse Northern areas, but have not yet. reached A elaide. An inquiry into the sinking sf the dredge Willunga is proceeding. A cJ:nmittee has been appointed to secure a successor to the Rev. Jas. Jefferis. Wheat remains firm at Gs 4d.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS, 4U8TRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. :LATEST INTELLIGENCE MELBOURNE, February 14. John Cuddy, the Colonial Bank clerk charged with larceny, has been remanded for seven days. A small fire ocicurred iin the Eas{;ii Arcade this morning, but w';speedily extinguished. W ?pe il Walter Jenkins, who was accidentally shot by another youth named Love, died last night, and an inquest was held to. day at which a verdict was given in ac-. cordance with the evidence. The Taranaki Twenty-two only scored 79 in their innings against';the English Eleven, who won by one run and one innings. Southerton took most of the wickets in the secorid innings. The hospital enquiry was concluded to day, and resulted in a resolution that the statements and charges are un. founded. g

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BIRREGURRA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

BIRREGURRA SPORTS. The following nominations have been received for the undernamed events of the Birregurra Sports, to be held on the 9th of March : HURDLE RACE. IW. Hart, Colac ; P. H. Ritchie, Gee long; J. P. Gleeson, Colac ; G. Kettle, Birregurra; 0. Shirley, Geelong; H. Saunders, Pirron Yalloak ; W. Cardinal, Pirron Yalloak. BIRREGURRA CUP. A. Skene, Colac; A. C. Johnson, Colac; J. Meredith, Inverleigh; H. Glyde, Colac ; G. Kettle, Birregurra ; A Ricketts, ChillUwell; J. Coghl;i, Geelong; .R. Sharpe, Ballarat; Jas. Wheeler, Gee. long; P. H. Ritchie, Geelong; W. Willis, Colac ; P. E. Cahill, Birregurra; J. Hancock, Birregurra; 0. Shirely, Geelong ; H. Sadnders, Pirron Yailoak ; J. Oke, Chilwell ; F. Longmore, Cam perdown; W. Warr, Catmperdown. WALKING MATCH. A. C. Johnston, Colac; J. Nimmo, Camperdown ; Jas. M'Leod, Colac; M. M'Grath, Birregurra; T. E. Smith, Birregurra; D. Murchison, Geelong. MILE RACE. A. Skene, Colac; A. C. Johnson, Colac ; E. Donovan, Geelong ; A. Ricketts, G...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 14, The line interrupted.

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ALL ABOUT TAPIOCA. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

ALL ABOUT TAPIOCA. Wha± the wheat plant is to the in- 1 habitants of cold'climates, the Cassava plant is to those of the Topics. From the Cassava root is manufactured the Tapioca = of commerce, and how'it is done, and the great value of the plant is pleasantly told by H. F. A. Pickney in a late number of the American Grocer, from which we condense the following : - The plant from which Tapioca is ob tained is a native of South America, and is cultivated extensively in Brazil, as also in many parts of the East Indies and Z the Indian Archipelago.- It is a woody plant with slender stalks, and grows to the height of about eight feet, and is I known as the Cassava or Maudioc plant. 1 It has smoothed palm-shaped leaves, and Wi bears small, green flowers, which grow in ru clusters with an immense, sized fleshy root, sometimes weighing as much as 40 or 50 pounds. The plant belongs to a highly poisonous tribe, and is itself one in of the most virulent of the species. This Fc poison is found...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDVWi, February 14. The German war steamer Augusta arrived to-day from the Cape. Opinion is generally favorable as to the Sydney Cup weights. There is some doubt as to the sound ness of Timothy. The extension of the railway from Bomalong to Murrumburrah is to be opened on the 12th March. Cattle are dying in gieat nui.ers in the goldfields district owing to the want of grass and water.

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. MR. BERRY AT THE MECRANICS' INSTITUTE, GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

?rTl GiNEAAL NLWEJTION. HR. 5IRRY AT THE MECRANICS' INSTITUTE, GEELONG. The Hon. Graham Berry addressud the l electors in the Mechanics' Hall, Geelong, on tl Monday evening, when there was a large h attendance, the hall being fairly filled, Ie though not anywhere crowded. On the of platform were Mebsrs. Lalor, Smith, Fin- tl chain, Johnstone, and Gaunson, M.L.A.'s, sa and a number of Mr. Berry's supporters in of the town. The Mayor of Geelong West, Mr. to Stoneman, occupied the chair, and intro- (2 duced the speaker in a few remarks. cc Mr. Betry, who was received with ap- hi 'platse, said, that, although he had called w this teetliag before a dissolution had taken he place, he was of opinion that any thoughtful as ebserver would not think his action pennam pi ture. It might be said that it was the go usual course to wait till the Government cc policy had been put forward, but though dt this was the usual course the events through di which they had recently passed, justified a th de...

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COLAC. COLAC, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

OLA C. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) COLAC, February 13. The first match between the Colac Tradesmen's Cricket Club and the Birre gurra C. C. was played on Saturday last on the local ground. The Tradesmen went to the wickets first, and were all disposed of for 93 runs, of which three players made 16 each, viz., Drew, Mur ray, and Lee. The playing of the two first-named was, however, very fluky, the former having three lives. Lee played remarkably well, and his cricket was the best shown. He carried out his bat. The bowling, although straight, was easily played, Nehill doing the most execution. The Birregurra only made 87, and thus lost the match by 6 runs. Doo and Strachan were the only players who got into double figures, the former's play was, however, very loose. Arm field and Kelly were the bowlers, and their averages would have been much better had not the fielding been so wretched. The scores are as follows : TADESMEme. Drew, c Nehill, b Cornish .. .. 16 Kelly, c Strachan, b N...

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

.TUGLiSH MAIL TABLE 1877. F1to. ENC,.?L D. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives ria Southampton tia Brindisi. at Melbourne. Yanu.ary 11 .anularr 19 March 6 tPhbruarvy Febrlrn . 10 April . . 1 larch S March . 16 May .. S Anril. 5 April . 13 May . . 2S Mac : i M[a' 11 ,h June . . .1 Ma?t .ii .hFFe 1.Ftvly . . -6 Jtu. '_S .111y . r; .\tIIuILSt .· l °uI y . i ,. cot . tFtemher . 13 AuLut y. 2. ltst *i1 O.tober. . 13 Sentelmier 1r Setellber S Novenmber. 11 Octoler , tier . ; December . 16 Nov:lember 15 Suov;l er .: JaIlnury,1S7S 9 Decemher 1:3 IFeuimber 21 February . 4 F'RO FItCTcrotRIA. Leaves rriv. I ind \rrives at London M.tb-1rnFe. F ia ;rit.a.i. I'ia Southampton Januairy, 5 a' i . 1 ar h . 19 F'ehruary ` April . 9 April . 16 a-.1 aY .. . 14 April . . e . 4. 1 June . . 11 %l a is . 111el . . 5 • July . . . 9 .1u1 0. . ,I July . . l0 Auust . 6 Ju! . . . 1 August . 27 September . AutFust . . September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 22 October . . 29 October. . 4 November 19 No...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, Febrtiary 12. Messrs. Buckltnd tiand lurnett report: Fat Cattle.-Thert was a small supply, but quite enough for requirements the trade being full of stock, and preferring to kill-out in consequence of the cattle wastmig to much when kept on hand. Prices were fully up to last week's rates We sold IS head for different owners, at rull market rates. Cattle we had expected did not colme to hand Fat Sheep-A fair supply of guod quahity sheep, which sold at prices lately ruling. Mediu?l and inferior quality dull of sale, except at s ery low rates. We sold 308 good ,uality merinot wethers at Os ; 05 ewes, 250 wethers, and 22 ewes, at market rates. Total, 945. Fat Calves-There is not much demand, and a full supply. Best calves hi to-hday sold at up to 30s. We sold 10 from M[elthaul Estate, and two for MSr. Gawley. Fat Lambs - Sales dull, and prices low, except fora few extra quality, which command fair rates. We sold 24 fair quality at Is Id. Store Stock-A...

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MARKETS. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

MARKETS BAI LARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BA.LLARTr, February 13. IMessrs. Etteraslaukll , Engleslone, lid Co report :-Fat Cattle - 239 were penned, including 60 stores. The attendance at sales was fair, and owmin to the small supply, prices were fully equal to previous weeks The following are the averages-J. Malone, 32 hullocks L12 is 4d ; T. Bath, 16 do LI1 6s 1d. We sold 15 head for 3Ir. F. Ronald, and a small draft fo: S3r. White, also for 31r. Morrison 30 head at market rates. Fat Calves-21 head in, which sold well to 70. Fat Sheep-10,611 were penned, the greater portion of which were medium and inferior quality. Sales throughout were dull at prices similar to last week. Best crossbred wethers brought 13s, do ewes 7s, merino wethers 7s, do ewes 4s 7d. We sold-S72 ewcs and wethers from the Westward, 619 for MIr. Iallaghan, 952 for M3r. Cleary. Fat Lambs - Best in brought Se 6d, others from 4s. BALLtA?T, February 13. ?essrs. Joseph Allen and Co. report: Fat Cattle-Only about 150 head ...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

GEELUNOG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELGOG, February 13. 1lessrs. Richard Hlellih and Co. report; W?jl-A full attendance of local buyers at the diiterent sales. The quantity offered was smaller than usual, but prices on the whole were equal to previous weeks. We sold-Ureasy fleece tid to 91d, lambs Sd to Ad. Sheepskins - Competition was fairly brisk throughlut, but prices were, if anything, easier. We olld upwards of 0 lots as undernted - Full wool I5d to Uid per lb, lambakins 4id to 4~d per Ib, and from S:t to is 14 by the piece, pelts Is 3d to ls 9]d, inferior 3d to Is, washed skini to 41 iper 11. Hides-Very few in the market, prices about equal to last week. Our s-ale were ,reen 3id to id, .alted to ?1d, kipto 5d, calf l1 to 4ld. Tallow --We ' ,ol mixed rendered to 31s d, rough fat Lat 2;1I er Ib. GEELOSN, February 13. Mleesr.%. Blucklandl and IBurinett report: Sheieplkiins--There was the usual attendance of the trade at to-day's sales , nd, comlptition being brisk, we were enabled...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877

Drapery, &c. HALL OF COMMERCE, G AMIPERDOWN. J, , RlOBINSON, Having completed his SPRING & SUMMER V I'PURCIISES IN THE MELBOURNE LJLRKETS, 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 a ldition to the above, J. H. R., when recently in Melbourne; procured a very choice lot of SPECIAL GOODS, W:i '? 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, &c. Black. Gros Grain, and Plain Arabian Glace Lus Glaed Silk tres Japanese Silks, is ld up- Diagonal do. .,, , wards Plain Silk Warp do. Brochii Norwich Poplins Broche do. do. China Silk Stripe Melanges Colored Batiste, plain Black Figured Matalassee 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...

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