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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 4 January 1877

i TAHMG RACfOG CLUsLr i ----*----- . Shectedi gly fine weather of lioaday at attracted a great crowd to the Teiasg racecourse to witness the annual meeting ia connelion with the above club, a lurg number of the visitors being from Camper. down and Cobden. Throughout, the meet Sing w~ .a most orderly one, paining of without any disturbance or mishap. Al. though the entries were not by far as n.. merous as those of last year, still the different events were well comieted for by Sthose eitered, the racing being particularly fast, probably owing to the great improve ment ths course had undergoneby draining. The booths on the ground were under the supervision of Mrs. Smith and Mr. Blen cowe, and judging from the number of "in toxic4ted persons" we should say that a good trade was done by both. The lottery tables were, however, not much patronised.   Mr. John Smith performed the duties of   judge, while Mr. Buchanan made an efficient starter. Mr. W. I. Quinnwasin...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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DICKENS FROM THE SPHERES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

DICKENS FROM THE SPHERES. At the Alfred-hall assembly-room on Wed- gi nesdav December 20, Mr Martell, lecturer on m spiritism delivered a discourse, purporting I to be directly communicated by the spirit of a Charles' Dickens to the lecturer. The attend- w ance was very small, but in spite of this. shortly afteri8 o'clock Mr Martell mounted the platform; He said that some months ago the spirit of CharlesDickens had appeared to him, and proniised to deliver through him a tl series of lectures or. critiques upon his own works. This promise had been recently ful filled, and the lecthre he would read was, and must be taken as, the words of Dickens, who .,would be represented by him. The .'spirit" asking for a gracious hearing stated .that in life he had looked upon the return b of disembodied spirits to earth as very impro- b bable though not imDossible. Experience had taught him differently-that the heavy Cl gates that opened to receive the soul did not shut.closely behind it, and Ahat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

Sales by Auction. TUESDAY, 9th JANUARY, 1877. ANNUAL SALE OF THE NB SHORTHORNS. E TTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE & CO. are favored with instructions f rom the breeder, the Hon. Niel Black, to oifer for sale by auction, without .reservei:Ta3Mount Noorat, near Terang, Victoria, on Tuesdavy 9th January, 1877, at 11 o'clock Sharp, 307 HEAD of BULLS, COWS, and HEIFERS, seleeted from his well known NBerd, as follows : 10 pedigree b? g' t ,by the Earl of Waterloo and King of the Day 7 do heifers, got by the Earl of Water loo; King of the Day, and Fish monger 70 pure bulls, from one to two years old 50 do heifers, from two to three years old 50 do do, from to four years old 40 do cows, from 4 to 5 years old 40 do do, from five to six years old 40 do do aged ~ 307 The NB herd was cosmmenced by the present ow er in 1851 (35 years ago) by the importation of a number of pedigreed bulls and heifers of the nowfamousBates J blood, to which were added, by purchase in the colony, several pure Bates b...

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SERIOUS INUNDATION. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

"LoNDoo, January 3. A serious over flow of the river Thames has occurred, and the rainfall still con tinues. i li 'il

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V. R. C. AUTUMN MEETING. MELBOURNE, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

V. R. C. A UTUMN MEETING. tt oi .t.--- b1 MELBOORN, JaIuary 1. h. There was a large attendance at the g Flemington Course, to-day including. the n Governor and Laddy Bowen. The weather si though showery in the morning, was de: b, lightful in the afternoon. The racing was tl also exceedingly good 'the different events sl being well contested. al The following are the reults:- h HURDLE RACL tl Mr. F. C. Goyder's Daleesman .. .. 1 ft Mr. A. Thomas' Aaron .. .. .. S h Mr. P. Glennister'sGafer Grey .... 3 d Thirteen started. Dalesaan won easy by b three lengths although hard presedbyAaasm h: on the second round. The= old favorite Gaffer Grey, 'made aWhard itrngle for meo?d piace but failed. Time 5 a in 47J e. . TwdO TU OLDI SrAU ... 7 MrJ. Wilon's FirstKi ag .l . " Mr G. epaueWslaLekey .. s2 Mr CB Fhees Iawdea . . T-n started. The winner was 6ft faver-. l ite at 6"to 4 and'led frum the Saiah. ~Toe .Mr W. Y..lfe, jn.'. Poodle .. .. a Mr L. Grins uen~sa .m . ... Seveu staerted. Tae betting...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

ARRIVAL OP THE '.. r ENGLISH MAIi [BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (AIsTrIUAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAI. The Bangalore arrived off Gleneig at half-past ten on Thursday - evening. She brings a large number of passen gers, and the usual budget of English news,: but there is little in it of any ii portancenot ,anticipated by our direct teledgranis.'

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PRESENTATION OF PRIZE CUPS [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

PRESENTATION. OF PRIZE CUPS A number of geritleme largely interested in pastoral' ad agricultuial pursuits in the' Western District,.asseinbled at the Leura Hotel, Camperdowi, on Thursday afternoon, to- witnes the presentiation to William -Armstrong, Esq , of Hexham Park, Hex ham ':of these special prizes won by that gentleman at the last Hampden and Heytes ,ury Pastoral and Agricul;ural Show. The prizes oonsisttd of three silver cups, each beautiful in design and execution, from the well known firm of Messrs. Kilpatrick and ýJo., of Collins Street, East M-lbourne. Peter M'Artbnr, Esq., J.P., in presenting the prizes, expressed the gratifi ation he felt on the occasion, aps ,\r. Arnltrong hld always taken the deepest interest in- ali matters connected with pastoral affairs in the district, and he hoped that other gentlemen would f..llow Mr. Arm strong's -example-using; their best exer tions to imnlrove tl:e breed of sheep and cattle --and he hoped iMr. ;rmstrug might live, long to e...

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THE MOUNT NOORAT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

THE MOUN(T NOORAT SALE. The sale of-the Hon;.-Niel Black's pure a'shorthornis will take: place at ..Ionnt ?ooxrat di Tuesday next, and,i at the. close .of t is, the sale of Messrs.. C. and A. K. Fiiay's pure shr?thorn ibull be hel-. :li~hl~i~ .`· =;::I:~ · Jr.

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBoURNx, January 3. pL MeeInaa. rstIfel S.reIIle a r.. report : Fat Cattle-1,152 head came forward, the bulk good to prime quality. On account of the lare number of suitable'efered, prilelss rm than last market; in some instances a considerable reduction pereeptibe, but at the clo, o the ale ies, qulity asmed a firmer aspects. Prime pens of tllok from 1.13 1s. it to LL : good do, from L9O1s to L1110s: prime pens qf cows brought from L9 10 t, L12 10s. We aId lots Ir Mems. COyne, Rotertson and Luke Fat Calves -60 were y&nrel Fat Sheep- Supplied'ihtb 38.500. Middling and inferior quality extremely difficult to sell, the prices relised sh;wing a m- rked decline on late rates, some lots being cleared at nu tion at and under store rates. Prime merino wether. trcugh' from 8s to Os; good do Gs Id 7 6d; test crar.' rel wethers 5ls: good from llsto 12. Fat Lamb:-4 200 g to hand. Prime and good met a ready sxle middling and inferior difficult to selL Prime...

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AVERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

w-ýlO w -' " ° 1 rI"n otih n Stud uBll rrligd a,071 10.,.o ant~n~ u1 l 7ed. ITh 1 Shorthorn Stud Heifer ralised £,I( 150, enage Cl14 6 7d: .Six Hereford tod Beibr, brought £351I "ld, Wit: tao avrageei£S L51' 9d. "" The total number of catts gold weuiW, the tote jxooeedS beý £ 20,200185...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

Eta: OPEANh ' ELEGB&AMS kR.LtpjI :Lfi tA,.Aý :T&kTED FYRU h~i 3,1 TELEGRAýS, E iST :Qt STIOaN.. I. "' ?M i the' Colifii fuce 'on ;Moniday; ~~Isstry- "61fed M11idhat .Paclia, r kishi :brand Vizier`°'d dinsis as to Turkey's jinterest tb.ts*6 iceept the proposals agreed to bb - conference. Miidhat 'Pacha ,Wu ling to yield' certain points, but re mything . contrary to. the digniiq

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THE LATE JOHN MANIFOLD, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

THE LATE JOHN MANIFOLD, ESQ: Just before we went to press on Thursday morning, intelligence reached us of the sudden death of the late John Manifold Esq., of Purrumbete, about five mile to the east of Oamperdown, but with. out any , of the circustances attending it. We now learn that deceased was more than masally well sad cheerfa •on the night of his death, entering freely into coiversation bath'it the ten'and supper table, and that the cause of death was pulmonary apoiesy, or grgeg ment of the lanag. -r . Macmanna was present, but the attack was so sudden and violent that there was no possibility- o arresting it, and all was over in less than an hour from its commencement, which tok place, we understand,. about 11 o'clock on Wednesday evening. It. will easily be understood why this should have been the case,'when it is explained that pulmonary I apoplexy consists of the rupture of some oft the smaller blood vessels of the, lungs, and of a consequent' gorgeiment' of the air vessels...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

MISCELLA NEO US. STh iinteralid surgeon of the s. s! N?Žstor made 'astatutory dectaration' on arriving at !attShaighai a few weeks ago respecting 'an ,?ortmous marine creature that they assert ithey met with on the llth of September, at alf past 10 a.m., when in the Malacca Straits. ; Captain Webster compares the :creature to a gigantic pig. The greater part of its body was out of view, but from the parts that were visible it was evident that the creature was of immense size. The head, which was of a pale yellowish colour, was about 12ft. in length, and 6ft. of the crown was above the water. Neither the eyes nor mouth were made out. The head was im mediately connected with the body, without any indication of a neck The body was about 45ft. or 50ft. in length, and of an oval shape, an the tail wasfalus:i150ft. in length. The master states tl??t he distinctly saw the' tail from its' junction with the body to its extremity. It seemed cylindrical, with a very slight taper, and he estima...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

Drapery. THE G;REAT ANNUAL sAL , ANTICIPATED, Et'Id'SIl-: IN M1 .\GNITUDE, ANDt WITH (1 IT? AT'1 1I BARGAINS IN .Il KINDS OF S AiSON BLE &: USEFUL 00GOODS A. CRAWFORD, 1 i'TCHELL'S FiR'ILDLNGS, ,'l' U l T-STlREET, BALLARAT. IN :atn ilg the above Sale, desires to i?timate to SIli- r tmlw!tl: t lustoauerrC and the public that.-h h?a, 1;;at,-d fr.m ra ieregular c,-urle thiiss." enniti S -: s aaril. ?t h: :s been the ecutount a.l:,-:-.. , inue t:he A.iu:al Clea:ring Sale after the " : 1e r: i, aI t owi!t, to the Mifiebertf sales at preOenS i' r.1i:,::It, l la .t'n- i il to ;ive lia ?tastilnerI . P, i ttld nltenlt In the' nanter .sr:thap r. r I- 1 u it: n order ai th, ,lo?': ?ad hlieal- (as'ai: ,,?. v, ,T :,:l b:rIa!, .. ra ft ra ali ld;' sleeitl l ui, t sa"lt l h1al It, h--- ,Ir 1!1th I, Saleti to t;;e pu;it!e at t::ti,,-c'l.rr- uf I'rviL and. matn ui t1e kno~lt( I, " _ ,ý- ats:-li? .- ial: a,, t eri than C ..'t l ic n "lrh p- t::;i," t tthhat this -urs i nor t -nly the r- a--. ...

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DARLINGTON ALHLETIC SPORTS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

DARLINGTON ALHLETIC SPORTS SOCIETY, __ iThe annual sports of-the above soeig-y .was held on New Year's Day, and notwith tending the counter-attraction of the Terang : dic~isdrew a -toleranbly large' attendance. he- weather, ,though- threatening in the orning, turned out very.:fine, and -thus; added to the enjoyment of the spectators. The:progisirmme, which was a very long one, was got through with unusual promptness, owing, no duubit, to the exertions of the hot secretary, Mr. S. D. Hodgson who was 4bly secrnded by the other members of'tl?r Scomaitte*. present, Mr Laiisdalted-at -start.. -The followinug re the ralts : S Xmans Pias. : '100yards Prizesusors.Mal r. Dse eDent, D. seDomald idg, . Colb i. : D...Y'lda .. -: - '. .Currn'... ... ti Primes, 1 so and 10. SW.Campbell ;. - J. Ryan- . 2 Four entries - Daassaeroii Haincas - Of 2sow. miuimvni 3o00yari. T. Dowlin (2 yds.) .........1 W. Warr(8yds) . -. C. Lainl(!2 yds.) .: " .. 3 Day (scratch), Satchwell, BrahanmHarri son, M'Donald a...

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PROTECTION V. POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

PRT TI0 J OPULA 'ION. The i copar ! drease in the1 p f Victoria ·i arally vexes the protectlo and" their organs."" Unable to lsiy the facts, rgfaa s taken in the qgarrtel h statiste, co athom addas ers and two, whil the ether puth } j e tto ethe`r. :vietalWse taken sthat this pi?i?ulatis piat shall .-w sa ? ee of V ito iatetrns, we hd too to New Soth Wales fdtiZhe information.; In the first in. tanceh Attor?ey-Geral of New South sa'es atkid the final tob?ailer the two olonies, *at is,.their Absolutepqulations on the 314 of December, 1875. Comparing these ig with the final til. for 1874, the incre for the year came follows : Victoriai . 14,835 New Soil4 ales .. 2.,37W Mr. Hlaytre this week hasgiven us the same figures. leeqntl, the registrar-general of New .Sith Wales published "the esti mated mean" total population for, the' year 1875, and we contrasted that with the final-total for 1874.' The" estimated mean" is the averge for the year. If there were 800,000 peopl in the colony. oa...

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MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

MiARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND BIDE MARKET. M? l.sOURnR , January 3; Mesrsm. L Coldlsbregh and Co. report: Wool. Our tpening sale of the new year was held to day, and we catalogued 3728 bales, All the greasy wools were sold at fully late rates, ranging from 7ld to is lid per lb. Washed wools scarcely so firm, the lots sold, however, realised about late rates, ordinary to average ranging from is 3,d to is 91d per lb. In all we sold 3017 bales. Sheepak'us.-We have sold a fair supply of all descriptions, and the prices realised were satisfactory. Our quotations are-Butchers' skins, from 3S to 5s 4d each; pelts, 6d to 2s 2d each; dry skins. 3d to 6ld per lb. Hides-A fullsupplyis coming forward, and we look for a continuance of present quotations. Ox-hides are worth from 17s to 28d each; cow-hides, 14s to 22s each: Victorian salted, 3d to 4}d per lb; New Zealand salted, 31d to 5d per lb. Tal Idw-We have no sales to report; but our next saei will be held to-morrow, and look for full...

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MESSRS ROBERTSON BROS SALE OF PURE SHORTHORNS AND HEREFORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 January 1877

.vErZSSR& 0BSRO AHO,.. ;#AN! or PUf S1IOR9P2IN ? ? I0N A Tihe urthannual sale of MessrPab rtt sn Brothers well kown FF b ° woli place yesterday, the 5th inst, at "The Hill,'Colc. There were between 6ISS d 600 pSni3 p i3 ~t, including, buyes bWn sw south Wales, SoathAustralia, Qus. land, , tem mAtrlia, Tumania and ll pats ofictori4 anthe5l5t aklth gh 6e high pricesof last yea wioe not obtainsi was, on the whole, Ar ? I a' c . TM. aine tments made for thei aspictiU cot stoc, were the same ras tcalo? wlh wera dt a those preieM onl unt tese a uatter of r convenience when ipper i g the erta the peas b. iwed a with the nandq oedB 4he r yno menced ai 11.30 ta t ) r. t for e Crsan MRichd o o an Cst s bourne,,. n a o a uctioiseet. It was opened by the auctioneer reading the con-. dtions ofsale, the principal of whicwerethat the owners only guaranteed all the Durham cattle to be breeders, owing to the Here fords selling at suchlow prices that it would not pay to guarantee them. The te...

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CATTLE SALE AT GNOTUK. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

CATTLE BALB AT ONOTIL As previously advestised, euns. Powers Rutherford and Co. held a large sale of cattle at Guotuk yesterday, on aeeant of the Messrs. Cumming. The attendanee, although not o large as it might have been, was still very good. All the pe stock submitted on account -of Willim Cumming, Esq., were in a low conditiom, and this, no doubt, led to their fetching much lower prices than were expected. The other cattle submitted on account of Thomas. F. Cumming, Eaq., and George Cumming, Esq., were in much better con. dition; especially those belonging to the latter gentleman; which sold at very good figures. The following is a list of the lots sold : PSDIOREED COWS AND HEIEr?s. Moss Rose the 9th, calved 24th May, 1867, got by Master of Athelstanz.-J. G. Ware; Koort Koortuong, 20 guineas. Moss Rose 10th, calved 26th February, 1870; got by Count Loban.-J. G., Ware, Koort sooitneng, 40 guineas. Moss Rose llth, calved 2nd July, 1870; gt by Grand Count.-William Johnstone, anecour...

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THE LATE JOHN MANIFOLD, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

THE LATE JOHnE MANIFOLD, ~.q, Just before we went to press on Thursday norning last, intelligence reached us of the mudden death of the late John Manifold Eeq., of Purrumbete, about five miles to the east of Camperdown, but with. out any of the circumstances attending it. We now learn that deceased was more than usually well and cheerful on the night of his death, entering freely into conversation both at the tea and supper table, and that the cause of death was pulmhnonary apoplexy, or gorge. ment of the lungs. Dr. Macmuanus was present, but the attack was so sudden and violent that there was no postibility of arresting it, and all was over in less than an hour from its commencement, which took place, we understand, about 11 o'clock on Wednesday evening. It will easily be understood why this should have been the case, when it is explained that pulmonary apoplexy consists of the rupture of some of the smaller blood vessels of the lungs, and of a eonsequent gorgement of the air vesse...

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