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CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN v. DERRINALLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
CRICKET. tAMPERDOWN v. DERRINALLUM. A fifteen representing Derrinallum and district played the first eleven of the Cam perdown cricket club on Saturday, on the local ground. The Camperdown went to the wickets first, and were all disposed of for 56 runs, principally through the good bowling of Gardiner, who secured no less than 7 wickets for 22 runs. Dennis was the only one who got into double figures, making 24 by good play. The fifteen were then sent in, but with the exception of Doughney, none of them could make a stand against the splendid bowling of Henry, who was in fine form. He secured no less than eleven wickets for 13 runs. In their second innings the Camperdownplayers took greater liberties with the bowling, and had only 6 wickets down for 108 runs. Thornton and J. Tait played well for their respective scores. The ground was in excellent order and the visitors were very hospitably received. The following are the scores : CAtrxoDowr-First Innings. A. Dennis, b M'Donald.. .....
MR. COLIN CAMPBELL'S LECTURE ON FREE TRADE. YESTERDAY'S DAILY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
(fR. COLLIN CAM*PBELL'S L3rU "TUlT ON FREE TRADE. YESTERDAY'S DAILY TELEGRAPH. Mr. Colin Campbell lectured on Free Trade at Box Hill, Nunawading, on Thuri. day evening, to an audience of between seventy and eighty persons, who took a great interest in the proceedings. There was a slight interruption at first, but it was agreed that all explanations should be de ferred until the lecture was over. Mr. Campbell referred to the history of protection, and the pirooting causes inlS64. He said that the main cause of depression was the falling-off in gold from £11,043,458 in 1858, to £6,206,257 In 1864, a difference of £5,737,501. Such a gap could not be made in our sources of wealth, without being severely felt, and a general depression occurred, which led the miners especially td support the idea of promoting manufactures, in order that the competition of labor on the gold-fields might be lessened, and the over supply of labor be absorbed. Had this been realised The propagation of manufac...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
NEW ZEALAND. WVELLINGTON, February 1S. Sir David Munro, late Speaker of the House of Representatives, died yesterday. A fire occurred on board the London ship Himalaya at the wharf. One man was killed. The origin of the fire is unknown. The damage is estimated at £2I ). The Nelson cricketers were unable to stand against the splendid bowling of Hill and Shaw, and were all out for 56, in cluding 16 byes. In the second innings of the Nelson, they only made 39. Emmett did terrible execution in the bowling. During the thunderstorm that burst over Ballarat on Monday last, a young lady named Catherine Nicholson, eighteen years of age, was struck dead by lightning. She was taking a horse to a paddock on the Creswick road, near Mount Rowan, when she was struck. Her apparel was torn to shreds, and the body burned and blackened fearfully. A termendous fissure was made on the road close by the body by the electric fluid. TL.. body was found by the father shortly after weal
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB MEETING. SECOND DAY. HOBART TOWN, February 16. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
TASMANIAN RACING CLUB MEETING. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SECOND DAY. HOBART Tow~, February 16. HURDLE RACE. Quicksilver, 10st 21b ... ... 1 Talleyrand, 10st 71b ... ... 2 Planet, 10st 51b .. 3 Betting--6 to 4 on Quicksilver, who won easily by six lengths. DERWENT PLATE. A dead heat between Impudence aud Fairy King. Albion, Panic, and Flirt also started. In the deciding heat, Impudence, who was the favorite, won easily by a length and a half.
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FroLM Ea;sLLA. 'Leaves London Leaves London Arrives 7ia Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. 7anuary . 11 January . 19 March .. 6 'ebruary . 8 February . 11 April . 1 Starch . . 8 March . 16 I May 8 April . 5 April . :13 i ay . . 8 Ma% 3 May 1. Tne. . . 21 May 31 Jlie . July . . 26 June . 2 JulT . . August . 25 July . . G 2 Auit 3 September. 13 Aulnst . . ". A ust 11 October. . 13 September . ýý September 2S November. 11 October . . 18 October . 26 December . 16 November . 15 November 23 January,1878 9 December . 13 December 21 February . 4 FKoas VICTORIA. Leaves Arrives London Arrives at London Melbourne. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton January, . 25 March . 12 MIarch . . 19 Fehruary 22 April . . 9 April . . . 16 Mareh . 22 May . 7 May . . . 14 April. . . 17 June . 4 June . . . 11 Misy . .15 July . . 2 July . . 9 June. . . 12 July . . 30 August . . 6 Jule . . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August . . 7 September 24 October .. 1 September. 4 October . 22 Oc...
MARKETS. WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
MARKETS. TWARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WAR?sN.nrool, February 17. Messrs. Hepburn, Leonard, and Nugg report 9at they were supplied with 400 store cattle, and an average number of sheep, pigs, and horses. Owing to the late rains, the demand for store cattle has much improved, which enabled us to effect an entire clearance of the yards at very satisfactory prices We have also had more enquiries for store sheep than usual Fat and store pigs experienced a further de clension in price. In horses our transactions were very limited, the attention of our constituents being directed to the quarterly sale in the race week, March 17th. Superior milch cows are selling well. We would call the attention of dairymen and others to a lot of superior heifers by McDougll's bull, to be offered by auction at our Warrnambool cattle yards, on the 24th February. Quotations ;-Cattle-Fat bullocks, light weight, medium quality, to L7 5s; cows, light weight, from L5 to L5 10s; store jbullocks, from IA 9s to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
Drapery, &c. HALL OF COMMERCE, CAMPERDOWN. J. I, ROBINSON, Having completed his SPRING & SUMMER PURCHASES IN THIE tIEI.L BO'ItNE 'lARKETS,' Begs to announce that they are now to hand, embracing all the NOVELTIES OF TEE 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: Dresss, &c. Black, Gros Grain, and Plain Arabian Glace Lus Glac Silk tres Japanese Silks, Is 6d up- Diagonal do. ,, ,, wards Plain Silk Warp do. Brochd Norwich Poplins Brochb do. do. China Silk Stripe Melanges Colored Batiste,-plain Black Figured Matalassee Lace Stripe do., printed Black, White and Cqlored Satin Stripe'do., white Torquois French Printed Muslins Do. do. do. Sarsnets Striped, Figured, and Do. do. do. Sa...
The Chronicle. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1877. A xucx agitated, and well discussed question, has just been revived by one of the most moderate and influential of the Riverina journals. It is a fact admitting of no dispute that a very large number of the selectors, which, it was-hoped, had been induced to settle in Victoria, are now in the Riverina district, and what has led to this is the question now submitted for our re-con sideration. The general belief is, that protection has had much to do with this, first, by raising the wages of the farm laborer, and, next, by increasing the price of almost every article consumed on the farm, and there is certainly a good show of reason for this, if the statement made in another column by a former selector in Victoria, but now in Riverins, is to be credited :-" My family consists of three daughters, and therefore I was obliged to employ a laborer to cultivate my farm. Wages were low enough, it is true, but I could get no laborer 'worthy of his hire,' every like...
THIRD DAY. February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
THIRD DAY. February 17. The weather to-day was delightful, but the attendance on the course was osly moderte. CRITERION STAKES. Plato ... ... ... 1 Skyrocket ... ... 2 Won by two length. Tmes, In. 2(. WILD rTALE, Sothera Cross, 7st 131 ... I Bella, 6st 10lb ... .. Aldi# b ...t ... 3 P rl ana Jutice al setated. Betting Even, asd b to a pt Senther Cro, 2 to 1 against Aldiuga, 4.to I agt Bell.' It was a nagni? t ras, woe by half a head, and alengt divided the eseond and third horses. Time, 2m. 33. STEEFLCRAAE. Quicksilver, 10st 71b... ... 1 Evereley, 10st 41t ... ... 2 Planet, 9st 101b ... ... 3 ralleyrand also started. Betting--6 to 4 agat Quicksilver, 2 and 3 to 1 agst any other. The race was won easily. Great dissatisfaction was expressed at Cripp's manner of riding Evereley. He was brought before the stewards, who decided that the riding of the horse was of a most suspicious character, but that there was not sufficient evidence to justify them in disqualifying the jockey. The case ...
CAMPERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN v. TERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
UAMuLERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN ,. TERANG. A match between a mixed team of the Terang cricket club and the second eleven of the local club, wu played at the former place on Saturday last, and resulted in the defeat of the visitors by 52 runs. The fol lowing are the scores: Tmsaee.-Flr?t Innings, J. M'Kinnon, b Bowyer .. .. I A. 'Donald, run out .. .. .. 11 H. Howieson, c Hyde, b Bowyer 17 W. Quinn, c M'Donald, b Allen .. 3 J. Farrell, b Bowyer .. ... .. 18 T. Iaing, b Allen .. $ S. Reid, run out .. , .. 1 D. 5: Walker, b Frewin .. 21 J. Taylor, c Bowyer, b Morris .. 8 J. Miller, c Allen, b Frewin . Marris, not out .. .. .. 7 Sundries .. .. ..13 105 Bowling Analysis. - Allen, 36 balls, 3 maidens, 2 wickets, 11 runs; Fussell, 42 balls, 1 wide, 25 runs ; Bowyer, 7S balls, 4 wickets, 35 runs; Morris, 18 balls, 1 wicket, 10 runs; Frewin, 15 balls, 2 wickets, 10 runs. Second Innings. Taylor, b Bowyer .. .. .. 0 Farrell, c and b Morris.. .. .. 14 IIowieson, c Allen b Bowyer, .. .. 1 Ml'Donald, c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
.onveiy ic .. . - COBB AND. CO.'S. WESTERN TELE. GRAPH LINE. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDObNN AND WINBCHELSEA. DAY COACH in connection with rail at Wincbelsea leaves Cainperdown at 8.30 am.', Cola, 12 non, arriving at Winchelsea in tiinme to. connect with the train leaving for Geelong, at 3.45 p.m. Leave Win chelsea on atrival of train fromGeelong at 11.15 a.m., due at Colic at 2.30 p.m,,due at Canprdown at 6 p.m. FAxas-Canperdown toWinchelsea .. 15s. Colac to Winchelsea . 6 .:.6j. NIGHT MAIL. Belfast to Geeldng ia'Caimperdown. : Mail. Coaches from Belfast pass through Camper down on Mondays, Tuesdays, ednesda?s; Thursdays, and Fridays at 11. p.m., reaching Winchelsea at 5.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Canulpeardowni at 1p.m. reaching Winchelea at 8 p.m. , RETURN MAIL COACHES Leave Winchelsea Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 11.30 p.nm., arriving at Cam perdown at 5.45 a.m. On Sunday leaves Winchelsea at 5 am., arriving at Camperdown at .1130 asm. ' WITH -BRANCH LINE TO MORTLA...
FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday, Feb. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
FLOURE, GRAIS, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday, Feb. 17. Breadstuffs have a firmer tendency, and a better inquiry is experienced for flour, sales, though of no great extent, having been numerous enough to be suficiently indicative of the improved feeling rising up. Prime brands have been disposed of at L14 15s., at which a few trade parcels, to the extent of 40 tons, were quitted, and about 60 tons have also been dis posed of at from L14 10s to L14 12s 6d. Wheap is decid!cdly firmer; there is less coming forward again tjroci the country districts, and local buyers, having their wants unsupplied, have had actually to pay more money than has been ruling of late. A parcel was disposed of this morning at 6s 5d, but before the day was over more money had to be paid, and we believe we are within bounds when we state that 6s 7d can now be got. Oats are very Arm, and a lofd can readily be got for prime New Zealand mill ing; medium to fine feeding are wanted; we quote 3a d to Ss 9...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
VAST DRAPERY SALE. To Realise c the late William Bright's interest in 3 the firm of d BRIGHT & HITCHCOCKS, ti GEELONG. The Whole of their MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF LINEN DRAPERY WOOLLENS BLANKETS & FLANNELS MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING b MILLINERY a FANCY GOODS FURNISHINGS CARPETS SILKS, DRESSES, &c., &c., &c. AT A COST VALUE OF £37,OOO SUBrEcr TO E31OKOUS8 REDUCTIONS In the Price of Every Article. SALE FROM FEBRUARY hlt to 28th. (Inclusive.) SALE (No. 4,569) of CROWN LANDS in fee-simple at the Court House Cam perdown, on Friday, the 2nd of March, 1877, at 11 o'clock a.m. TOWN LOTS. Cobden, parish of Tandarook, county of Heytesbury. Upset price, £2 per lot; charge for survey, £l. Lots I to 17. Area, I rood each. Allotments 3 to 19, section 2. Elleralie, parish of Ellerslie,, county of Hampden. Upset price, £10 per lot; charge for survey, £1. Lots 18, 19. Area, 2 acres 2 roods each. Allotment 1, 2. COUNTRY LOTS. Parish of Darlington, county of Ham...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 February 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 19. The man Luxford, was brought up at the Criminal Court to-day, charged with murdering his three children at Penrith. The jury, however, acquitted him on the ground of insanity. Frederick Bloomfield, the well-known jockey, has been killed at Newcastle by a kick from a racehorse. A girl twelve years old has been mur- dered and outraged at Ulanambri. Her corpse was found with the face battered, the nose bitten off, and a rope round her neck. Mr. Coombs has been re-elected for the Orange district unopposed. The weather still continues intensely hot.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 February 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELADKt, February 20. Three child , aged respectively one, nine, and eleven years, wanderal from home, mear Callgt, and were drowned. A gamith, asmied Ddvi, committed suicide, by haingm himself in the Glenelg Institute. At a meetiag of the creditom of Lske adi Reynolds, the liabilities were stated at £26,000, and the assets at £24,000. The meeting adjourned for a week. A public testimonial has been inif- ed for presentation to the Rev. James Jeferis. Large sales of wheat have been made to. day, atoat at 6s 4d, and on the wharfat 6is 4d ; town lour, £15 to £15 5s; country flour, f 14 t1 64 to £14 15". Over 1000 tens changed hands. The bulk of the Wale of flour are for Cape Town. Quotations fromn that market advise flor at £22 per ton. Mr. A. W. M r ,ove who has long sad ably tilled the olSs of Collector of Cu. tom and Paymaster at Warrembool, ha bees appited ashier at the Melbowne Castesm-Isas. Mr. W. H. Willcoek, of Ech?s, will meaed Mr. Muegrove. Mr. dward Ckobe c...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 22 February 1877
AIUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. LAE ---r. .. aUveRALuN AsMOCIAI3D PSRA YL5asIIt.. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNER Fabsary 21. In connection with Mr. °erry's lettet to Sir Chari. MailW ahon, thliMinisitry have mset a ltter to te pi , ask for an explanatlo is what wa they had threatened sad unluly intsesuad his de" cision. Mr. Davies, the Chair man of Committees, is not disposed to accept such an apology as has been offered. At an inquest held on the body of Mary Gibbs, found hanging in an unoccu. pied house, a verdict of suicide while o1 unsound mind was returned. It was stated that deceased had beenu confined iin" a private hospital which was not duly licensed. John Cuddy, the Colonial Bank de faulter, has been remanded to Woods. point, where the offence was committed. Mir. Ramaden's funeral this afternoon was very largely attended. Sales of wheat were made to-day at 6s 1d.