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WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL., February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877
\VARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. W~sPR1.u?t1ool., February 10. Meesars. Hepburn. Leonard, and Rugg report:-The supply and attendance of buyers were much smaller than for a long timte, which was in a mreat measure to be attributed to the prevalence of bush fires. Although store cattle realized late quota tions, the demand has considerably decreased. In fat and superior store sheep we have no alteration to qutot, although from the extreme scarcity of grass, we may anticipate high prices for fat stock. Prices for fat and store pigs have declined in favor of the pur chaser. Horses--Few to hand, many of our consti tuents reserving their consignments till our quarterly sale, on the 17th March, race week. Our quotations are:--Cattle-No fat cattle yarded; store steers, 3 and 4 years old, to £5; store cows to £3 5s. Horses Ordinary light harness horses to £12; do hacks, from £7 upwards. Pigs-Fat, good quality to £3 2s Od; stores from 27is Oi to 45s ; slips and suckers from ils to 1s. Private ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877
Special Advertisamsnts. EsrAsLISHD 1853. CORNELL AND KING, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DISPENSING CHEMISTS. ZaPurtis o f nait Drags , an tal DATENT MEDICINFS and Proprietary tr I: Articles, Perfumery, Sponges, Brush Ware, Oil Silk, Gutta Pereha Tissues, India rubber Sheeting. for hydropathic purposes, Triisees and other Surgical Appliances, COitts' 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. an' SOerM AND CATrIE nEDICsaIN . 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. At 4d.. 2s. Sd., and 3s. per lb. A liberal dis- Hi count on taking a quantity. 8 Agent for Pottie's Scottish Highland Oils. B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877
SCBB AND O8~ LE A MAMPERDOW ANDWIJNCHESEEA i-; e ocbieuga am.i iet.n ion" due at Colac t 30 p., dosat peown at Spa ?A -L's apRd toWln hsm.. lelfuatto to mq Nail cosch~ i '!foss 76 yam theoopE Camper d-dim onx Thundays, and Fridays at l11i., rM wn a L30 p.=m. " .. :: - a o. dayu lbve *WU.$ 1 pae - WinacheIsea at 5 p-m. . ~ A. TIRN MMA, COACHES Lsovs Wjncheluea :Monday, .Tuesday, Wednesday, '?uOrIdSy, and Friday at 1L30 p.m., arriving at Cam own at 5? am.t ' - " ' bt 'O?. 5unday:leaves .Wi. ichelsea at.5 am., arriving at Ceainprdown at 1130 am. WITH BRANCH LINE TO MORTLAKE, HEXIIAM CARAMUT, PENSHURST, and HAMILTON, MOUNT GA3MBIER AND ADELAIDE vi PENOLA, INTERasDauTs TOWNS. Mount Duneed Apsley Winchelsea Penola Cimperdown Casterton Terang Mount Gambier Ya1ock " Adelaide -Warrnas-mbool . Coleraine SBelfast Balmoral , ?.Mortlake Cavendish HexhAm Branxholme .Caramnut Edenhope Biregurra Heywood Cotic , Portland Peiiushirat Narracoorte aia?ilton Strathalbyn p6rtland. ý . Pannmur , ,MORTLAKE...
The Chronicle. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877
THURSDAY, FEBRUAR Y 15, 1877. IT may well be doubted whether the election of Mr. HaYEs to the Presidency of the United States by a single vote is a triumph for his party. Either the majority should have been pronounced and unmistakable, or the Democrats should have had it. We can imagine what a. furious state of feeling was evoked in the minds of that party when the fact was announced that the Elec toral Commission had thrown the doubt ful Florida vote for their opponent. We know indeed that they were fully anticipating such a possibility, and in ,view of it were indulging in the most violent -threats. Nothing less than a resort to arms, a renewal of' the civil war, and a declaration of independence for the Southern States has been talked of at their public meetings, and pro claimed in their newspapers. ",They would not accept HAYES on any terms. HAYES had been beaten in four,.elec toral fights, and any attempt to foist him on the nation by the forced division of the Electoral Commi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 15 February 1877
New Advertisements. &nbsp; Local Land Board. &nbsp; NOTICE is hereby given that a Local &nbsp; &nbsp; Land Board will be holden at the &nbsp; &nbsp; Court House, Camperdown, on Thursday, &nbsp; &nbsp; the 22nd day of February, instant, at Eleven &nbsp; o'clock in the forenoon, for the hearing of the following applications under the 19th section of the Land Act, 1869, and for other &nbsp; purposes :- &nbsp; SECTION 19. &nbsp; 1. Robilliard, James A. allotment 83, &nbsp; Brucknell, 118 acres. 2. Keogh, Laurence F., allotment 8, Bruck- nell, 320 acres. &nbsp; 3. Edsall, Chas. V., Cooriejong, 174 acres &nbsp; 4. Stevens, James, Cooriejong, 100 acres &nbsp; 5. Osborne, Wm., allotment part 14 and 15, Latrobe, 198 acres 2 roods 29 perches 6. M'Innes, John, Cooriejong, 260 acres. &nbsp; 7. Davey, James S., Cooriejong, 80 acres. &nbsp; 8. M'Donald, D...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, February 14. Messrs. lepburn, Leonard and Rowe report --The stock yarded were-239 cattle, 21 calves, 10,611 sheep, 561 lambs. Fat Cattle-Light supply, consisting entirely of small lots from the neighbor hood, mostly of medium quality. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and prices showed a further ad. vance. Quotations- Best pens bullocks L12 10s to L14 15s, good L9 10s to L12, medium L7 to L9. Cows -t proportionate rates. Our sales were -40 head for Mr. James Malone, Smeaton, bullocks from L10 7s 6d to L14 15s; 11 bullocks for lr. J. Sharkey, Warrenheip, at from L7 5s 6d to L9 2s 6d ; and 47 head for various owners to L7 10s. Fat Calves-Prime quality sold well, best making to 75s. Our sales were-4 at from 26s to 30s. Fat Sheep - Supply light, and quality of all descriptions. Only a small attendance of buyers, and with the exception of a small lot of prime cross bred wethers, which made about late rates, prices generally showed a decline of t...
FIRST DAY. HOBART TOWN, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
FIRST DAY. HOBART TowN, February 15. The annual meeting of the Tasmanian Racing Club was commenced to day on the Elwick course. The weather was sultry, tut boisterous. The attendance, however. was numerous, and' included their Excel lencie" Sir George Bowen, Sir W. $ Gregory, and Mr. F. A. Weld. T. r L.TA . COn dnce . . 2 .Only the two started, and the race was won i a canter by a hundred yards. Time, 2a; 43e.. C3AMPAG I STAIE. Pluto ... ....... Rapidity .. ... ... ... 2 Skyrocket . . ... 3 Enchanter also started. The betting at the start was 5 to 4 on Pluto, who won cleverly by a neck. Time, Im. 18s. NOUART TOWN cuP. Spark ... ... ...... I Aldinga ... ... ... 2 Pearl ... 3 Justice and Clealite also started. The race was won easily by three lengths. Pearl was a shocking bad third, Justice fourth, and Cleolite last. Time, 3m. 41s. •mmm ,,~ m
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
New Advertisements. TI Sniart's Patent i:Labels for Sheep, e i., STAMPED with any naie .not exceed- t Sing nine letters, and numbered from 1 to 1,0400. Price, 10s. per hundred, 80s. per thousand; 100 sent by post for lls. to any C address in Australasia excepting N.S.W. J and Queensland. Send for sample and de- d scriptive circular. Large orders per agree. v ment. J. J. SMART, Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne: or, W. WILLIS and Co., 31 Little Collins. V street. S The Right to this Patent in New Zealand, with machine for manufacturing, for sale. SALE (No. 4,569)-of CROWN LANDS in fee-simple at the Ccort House, Cam perdown, on Friday, the 2nd of March, t 1877, at 11 o'clock a.m. TOWN LOTS. Cobden, parish of Tandarook, county of Heytesbury. Upset price, £2 per lot; t charge for survey, £1. Lots Ito 17. Area, I rood each. Allotments 3 to 19, section 2. Ellerslie, parish of Ellerslie,, county of Hampden. Upset price, £10 per lot; charge for survey, £1. Lots 18, 19. Area, 2 acres 2 roods each. Al...
GOVERNMENT AID INVOKED. TUESDAY'S HAMILTON SPECTATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
GOVERNMENT AID INVOKED. TUESDAY'S HAMILTON SPECTATOR. The proposal that has been made to establish a company in the sum of £100,000 to furnish selectors with th funds to continue the battle of life, is 101 worthy of commendation, and it is sin- tin cerely to be hoped, will be carried inlo cre effect. Either this, or the Government ma should come to the rescue, which it can rac do in more ways than one. It may, as car requested by the selectors in the Kalkee len district, grant a year's grace with respect to the payment of rent, or it might ad vance money on the permanent improve ments that have been made. It may be argued it would be beyond the province of any Government to advance money in ra sunch a manner, thatit would be a direct interference with the interests of the commercial world, but there are peculiar $ circumstances connected with their case that would fully justify the rendering of such assistance. Had the bad season kept away for another year or two, the selectors, hav...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
.'NGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM3 ENouG D. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives . via Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January 11 January . 19 March 6 Februa . 8 February eb ry . 16 April 1 March . . S March . . 16 May . . . April . 5 April . 13 May . . 21 May . 3 Ma . 11 June . . 21 Jaye 31 June . July . . . 26 June . .2 July . . 6 August . . 25 July . 26 Anuust . September. 13 August . . 23 Auigust 31 October. 13 September . 20 September 2S November. 11 October. . 18 October . 26 December. 16 November . 15 November 23 January,1975 9 December . 13 December 21 February . 4 Faoot VicrORAu. Leaves Arrives London Arrives at London Melbourne. Via Brriudisi. Via Southampton January, . 25 March . 12 March .. 19 February . 22 April . . 9 April . . 16 March . . 22 May . . 7 May . . . 14 April . . 17 June . . 4 June . .. 11 May . . . 15 July . . 2 July . . 9 June . . 12 July . . 0S August . . 6 July . . . 10 August 27 September . 3 August . . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 Oc...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MNELBOGRNE, February 16. John George Doougharty reports :-Fat Cattle-l,104 forward, the larger proportion being medium and inferior, with a few of good quality. A better attendance of buyers made sales advance from 10s to 15s a head for all useful sorts of beef. Best beef making from 27s to 30s per 100 lbs. Quotations -Best bullocks, from L1t 10s to L13 7s ld ; cows, best made to L9 lOs. I sold-145 cows at current rates; 40 bullocks and cows, to LS 12s 6d; 30 bullocks, at from L9 7s 6li to L12 17s id : 20 bullocks and cows, to L715s. Fat Calves-The small supply, viz 50, and the of lack anything prime, made a keen demand for useful veaL Best making to 70s. I sold-A draft. Fat Sheep-21,200 was the supply. A better supply in quality has not been yarded for some time. Sales progressed favorably, and for all good to prime mut ton an advance from late quotations resulted ; all other sorts, although in demand, remained at former rates. The Melbourne Meat Preserv...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
NEW ZEALAND. WELLIiGTON, February 15. The All En land Eleven commenced a match yesterday ogainst twenty-two of Nelson. The Eleven went first to the wickets. Charlwood scored 38; Jnpli, 34; Selby, 82: Ulyett, 19; Shaw, 8; Emmett. 9; Hill, 0; Ureenwood, 42 ; Liliywhite, 0; Southerton, 0; sundries, 13; total, 23S. Hill was disposed of in a very unu-ual way. Greenwood was at the opposite end, and hit the ball towards Hill's ii'abct; ititoviiich it was turned by the bowler, and Hill, being 'iF t'? his ground, was given out. Lillvwhite and Southerton were out first bail, the former stumped, and the laiter caught.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADEL?IDE, February 15. Heavy floods have occurred in various parts of the colony, washing away bridges, horses, and cattle, and doing much damage. The rainfall. however, is very acceptable, and all fears of drought have now passed Wilson's circus was swamped by the rain, and could not perform last night. At the Goolwa show y?ster Sy. Ministers and other speakers dwelt on the importauce of the river trade. Mr. Boucaut is suffering from bloc poisoninug in the hand. The ship O.,klands arrived at London un the 13th inst. Holders ask 6s 6d for wheat, but there is little offering.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
QUEENSLAS D. BRIsnBlsE, February 15. A public welcome is to be given to Mr. Augus Mackay. the Philadelphia commis sioner, on the 27th inst., and the Governor is expected to preside. A telegram froni [the "police at Cooktown justifies the worst surmises respecting the fate of the brothers Macquarie, the packers. near Hell's Gate, on the Palmer road. The remains of three horses have been found, and, further on, the detachment came on the spot where the men were murdered. Human skiu and hair were also found. The hull of the Singapore has not yet broken up.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
IEARII ER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. Svne?', February 16. The Assembly to-night was unexpectedly counted out. The constituents of the Minister of Lands at Grenfell held a meeting yesterday, and passed a vote of confidence in him, and also formed a committee to secure his re-election. A nurse on board the hospithl ship Far. away has been attacked with small-pax, but in a mild form. Scarlet fever has broken out at bulgong. The weather continues very oppressive. The temperature at Coonambie is 120 in the shade." Joseph Brush, a miner at Duckenlied col. liery, Newcastle, was killed on Tuesday by a fall of coal. A than named lsaac Ransome died sud. denly'yesterday at the Railway hotel. He leaves a wffe and family inlielbourne. In the action M'Laughton v. New Zealand Fire and Marine Insurance Company, to recover for non-paymient of a iioliiy of in. surance, a verdict. w ,returned, for the plaintiff for £333. Payable gold haa .been found near the (ri·inal Urana gold-field, " A deputati...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIREC T' REUTER'S AUSTRALI?A ASSOCIATED PRE91 TELEGRAMS. BY SUBMARINE TELEG;RAPH, LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. Lo?ubN, February 13. The Liberal organs, commenting on the Eastern blue-book which has been issued, approve.of the attitude assumed by the Government at the Conference, but attack the Minisiry for now stopping short in the policy of coercion, whereby they could,prevent isolated action on the part of Russia. The Times says that the country will go ivith Lord Derby. Mr. Gladstone has given notice of a question in the House of Commons for Friday next, asking how the Government 'understand our treaty engagements in .view of the despatch addressed by Lord Derby to Sir Henry Elliot on the 5th October, and stating that in case of Russia making war upon Turkey, the position of England is not defined. Servia has resumed negotiations for peace withthe Porte, and the Turks have withdrawn their demand for guarantees.
A MOTHER AND SON KILLED BY LIGHTNING. (THE ARGUS'S OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WEDDERBURN, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 17 February 1877
A MOTHER AND SON KILLED BY LIGHTNING. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (THE AROUS'S OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WEDDERBURN, February 5. A frightful tragedy occurred here this afternoon. Mrs. Hickmott and her two sons were standing in the doorway of their house, a wood and bark erection, when they were struck by lightning during the storm, which broke with tropical violence over the town about 6 o'clock. Mrs. Hickmott and her son- Samuel, aged 20, were killed. James, the other son, was stunned, and his right side was paralysed. He will probably b, removed to the St. Anaud Hospital in the, morning. The medical men think he will survive. :A man who was sitting at tea iu the house was renderel insensible by the lightning. When he came to, he found Mrs Rickmott lying dead just' inside the door, with the breast of her dress on fire. Her e dest son was lying .outside the door dead also. Thunder and lighaing still.continue but with abated violence. The lickmott family are old and respected residents, and t...