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DO HORSES REASON? [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

DO !JOBSES REASON? Here is a good story about a horse, which is told in the Boston Journal, and - we presume many of our readers could tell as good a one if they would only take the time to write it out for publication. Such notes on animal instinct or reason ing powers are always interesting to old and young. It would be difficult to convince some people that horses and dogs are possessed P of reasoning powers, and as difficult to convince others, who fondly love these animals, that they are unable to reason H from cause to effect. A story comes to us well vouched for, which will at least in terest the reader, if not convince him that horses are possessed of more of the H human attributes than many people are fo wont to credit them with. 2 Among the many horses owned by the Highland street railroad company, is one which used to give the ostlers a deal of 49 trouble by slipping his halter and roam- U ing at will about the stable. The su halter was on each occasion, buckled on A as t...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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DR. SCHLIEMANN AND THE RUINS OF TROY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

DR. SCHLIEBMANNAND TIHERUIN8 ............... .. OF 7'TROL . Dr. Schikmann has become a celebrity. He is.?'ve?glikely torut Sir Austen Layard's nose ouit of jbint. The discoveries at Nineveh and Babylon will pale their ineffectual fires before those at Troy and Mlycenue. But to show how people were inclined to pooh-pooh the explorer, only three months ago, we quote from a New York paper of the 10th of .Noveanbor last, the following bantering article :-" It is announced that the Turkish Government has authorised Dr. Schliemann to resume his excavations on the alleged site: of Troy, and that the learned digger, having, laid in a new copy of Homer, and a. large supply' of spades, will immediately resume his labors. Some apprehension exists in the public mind as to the object of Dr. Schlie mann's labors. - It is geieirally thought that he has hitherto been digging in search of the alleged city of -Troy.-. In point of fact, he has been trying to exhume the Iliad, and his success in so doi...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

IA.1IEEIt INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDYEY, February 22. F The Government contemplates a tour through the northern districts. A tele ram has been received from the Secretary of state for the Colonies, inform ing the iGovernor that Sir Win. Jervois and Colonel Scratchlcy leave Rngland on the 2nd of April, to advise on the defences of the colonies. The evidence against the prisoner under arrest for the outrage and murder of the girl M'Gregor is conclusive. Work at Randwick is becoming interest ing. The Chrysolite colt is getting rapidly into form. The weather changed this evening, and it is nrw la nng.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 23. Mr. E. W. Andrews, one of the pro prictors of the South Australian Register, died this morning. Fine Rains have fallen. The return match with the All England Eleven has been fixed for the middle of April. The South Australian Register, in sum marising circulars received from the fairmers estimates that 950,000 acres of wheat were reaped, with an average of about six bushels per acre. The total yield was5,730,973 bushels, from which, deducting enough seed and food leaves a surplus of 3,020,970 bushels or 80,918 tons of wheat for export.

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MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) SYDNEY, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

Sc MINISTERIAL CRISIS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMI. SDnsE~v, Feb.uary 22. The Assembly last night carried Mr. Pid dington's amendment restricting the tem. porary ulpliy Bill to one month, instead of ast he Go verinment proposal to three months. The defeat of the Government is con sidered significant, and the Ministerial State ment this cveuing was looked forward to s with intere-t. A long Cabinet sitting was r held to-day, and the Premier had several interviei s with the Governor. In the Assembly to-night, Mr. Robertson I stated that owing to the vote arrived at last night the Governienthadtoconsider whether they wouid go on with the public business or advise the G(ovcrnor upon the coura necessary. They had resolved, under the circumnstanees, to endeavour to pass the Elec. toral Bill aln obtain supply, after which they -would advise the Governor upon the course whici his lxccllency might think it desirable to take. The statement was re ceived with cheer...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, February 22. M3r. W. Morgan, in addressing the electors last night, asserted that the Treasurer would have a deficiency of £140,000 at the end of the year. 3;,000 acres of land were sold at the land sa!e for t91,000. A sale of wheat is reported at 6s 6d. Harrold Bros. have received the following telegram, dated London, 21st :-" Decline penny pound in greasy wool, and twopence in scoured wool." At the Agricultural Show, to-day, the fruits, grain and plants were splendid. The Challenge Cup, for the best sample of wheat, was won by C. B. Fisher. The sample weighed 68 lb. Breadstuf's continue firm without altera tion. W\heat, 6s 5d to 6s 6d. Town flour, £15 5; country, £14 15s.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

EUROPEAIN TELEGRAMS DIREC I. REUTE 'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRIAMS. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRIAPH. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LosDoN, February 21. Lord Derby has informed the Porte that England will not coerce Turkey, neither will she protect her against the coercion of others. Lord Salisbury and Lord Bea consfield are opposed to the policy of. coercion.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

NEW SOUTH \VALES. Svo?SE, February 23. Considerable excitement was manifested over the division on the adjournment last night, as it was believed that the Government would be beaten. The Goverument have determined, if possible, to go on with the Electoral Bill. An action for slander has been com menced by a civil servant, named Robert son, against AMr. McElhone, M3.P. A man named Price has been arrested for committing the Coolah Bank robbery. The rain has now apparently set in. The Torres Strats' mail steamer Somer set has arrived at Cooktown, bringing 130 Chinese.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

A US TRALIAN TELEGRAMS AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEORAMIS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, February 23. The trial of Hastings for the Frankston murder was further proceeded with to day. A number of witnesses have, how ever, yet to be examined. John Lord, the defaulting secretary of the Emerald Hill Building Society, was brought up at the Police Court to-day. He was however, discharged as the prose cution was abandoned. A private telegram states that the de cline on greasy wool at the February London Wool Sales is equal to twopence per pound. The match between the All England Eleven and Twenty-two of Greymouth has resulted in a draw. Southerton took 11 wickets for 13 runs in the first innings. The eleven play next at Christchurch. A seaman, named Matthias was com mitted for trial to-day for biting a man's lip off. The three locomotive superintendents of the different colonies are now in AMel bourne, and the Board sits on Monday.

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MARKETS GO[?]BROUGH'S MONTHLY WOOL CIRCULAR. MELBOURNE, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

_ _ r:- ir' 1% _,INLT LX WOOL ! ben fl I:-- bee h of z_.:·:·_._ LC- . --:ý rz it: n s- lb t e E'7 1Lx -.rc e. e Zd 2d 4pa .- -" Irc s il 7 7-r - n- ýl-pe E·Ex :. . het ý and , t hSo~ire

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

M3ELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKhET MU.BorERsE, Feburary 21. Meiers. Sttrntfrdl trettle A Co., report : Fat: Ca:t:te-,13 cre to hand, a lar-e proprtion ;rer of :c- i t prime quality. Prices ruled si=htdy "^ia r 1: week' rates. Qf:..?:ors:--Pi e pens l?dtks, L1' to LIa 61; crcd? do, LI to Li ICe s; mi-dlir and ilferi?r, L upwards: Prime 1j cws, Li t tIo 17s Ai ; cther fro?m L 1V0 upwards. Fat Sheei~p--3t 1? were penned for the week's supply, a li-re rt on of whsl we-e of good to prime quality. wher Was a a».r 'end"e ½fbuyers, andprces ruiel a lttle eas:r. We quot:e-Be?- crotssred -ethers, lle tio 1? % ; a :i t croasared ewes, to 6d ; bes: merio wether, s to e st ; bea merino ewes, 5 di to as €1 Fat Lan!s- 5C0 in Prirme qn-ity we-e in .-Atd dem-a.d, a: a --: ht ~idne on iate ra:e : other s~rt were dCull f ?e. We quote--Beat, rom I t TIs

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

New Advertisements. JAMES FETIIERS AND CO., 1 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE, Prcduce roke:s, and C-era1 lCo= Consignments carefully attended to, and account sales promptly rendered. Geelong and Western District Agricutltural and IIorticul tural Society. T HE Autumn th w of Grain, Fruit, FloEers, Vegetables, Dairy Produce, &c., will be held in the SECANICS' HALL, ON Thursday, the 22nd March. All Entries must be made with the Se cretary not later than Monday, the 19:h March, except Salt Butter, which must be entered and lodged with the Secretary 21 days before the day of the ,huw, vi.L, by Thursday. the Ist of Miarch. Members' tickets for the present year, prize lists, and every information may be obtained from the Secretary, at his onice, SI Moorabool-street. JAMES CAMPBELL, Secretary. G..,ong. 19th February, IS77. Special Advertisements. BRISCOE AND CO.. II C-In -.reet, E-. t, Iron Yard. 24' EEza-et-s-:,reet, North. 3IELBOURYE NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT RE DUC ...

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The Chronicle. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

SATURDAY , FEBRRUARY ?4, 1S77. THERE was one thing in JMr. Shaw's address to the electors in the Hall of the Mechanics Inst tute on Thursday evening, eminently charac teristic and commendable. Throughout, he made no allusion to any other candi date in the field, friendly or unfriendly, and, consequently, had no disparaging remarks to make upon either. This, manifestly, did not arise from any want of appreciation of his position as a candidate, cr from any desire to conceal his own views on any debateable pa.int. but from a settled conviction in his mind that he had only his own candi dature to look after, and ut that of others. Those who disagree with Mr. ~haw in opinion- of whom there were doubt less some at tlih mteling- can hardly pick a quarrel with him on any of the topics introduced, fir there must always be two to a quarrel, and he is evi dently bent on not having a quarrel with any. They had Iefire leen lavolte with a "touch of his quality" in his printed address, but we wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

Drapery, &c. HALL OF COMMERCE, CAMPEPrXWýsN. C J. l,.ROBINSON, aS I G & SUMMER PEUR'II.CSES F, , ,e . crtre hat . ev are now to hand, NOVELTIIS OF TBE SEAEON L J GEST STOCK IN THE DISTRICT. I: dition to the abo:e. J. E. R.. when : cerntl in Me:bounrne, prccured a very ,coke lot of i SPECIAL GOODS, Which cannot fail t: uit those who hare L:ot Tis ted the Metropoli_ Amon'o the SPRING & STMIMER GOODS, TPeI following will be fc ud of Sped cial Value: k Gr Gia?., ?--i': p Ai At Glace L I 5--B- r-. ".-- ; W MI--p d". 1-, d ooatin= 1 lie ?: Ptl e I - , do do. G o-s.imers nre_ :i- p E~.- -." aed B-rocd Riboom - -- adf7Gre es, is piece and ... r, -. i. q. i- G . e dIj, g "a-: ete~ ¢,: P:.:ue L?:,do 'tL. -?e:." 23-rd Ag , 176. Withi reference to the important rise in Silk, we understand that, as re cards Bengal Silk, Snrdahs that were i Sri:h 135, are now worth 26s per lb. the price having about doubled during I the :resent year. In Japan Silk, Mai Ca-h, which was wort...

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RIPON AND HAMPDEN ELECTION. MR. SHAW'S FIRST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

BIPOJI AND, HAMPDEN ELECTION. p M!. SHAW'S F IRST MEETING. h: Thomas Shawinn., Esq., of Wooriwvrite, l addressed'the electors of Ripon and Hamp den resideditin this portion of the electorate on Thursday evening in the large hall of I the Mechanics' Institute, Camperdown, Mr. V William Ower, President of the Shire Conn- . cil, in the chair. The attendance was large, ; amountinz to l etween three and fourhundred } persons, and the meeting was a very orderly a one. Mr. Ower explained that he took the a chair at the request of the candidate some t' weeks ago, who had done him the honor of recognising his official position. It must be , underst?od, however, that that did not at a all interfere with any political views the e candidate might express at the meeting. P Be had known Mr. Shaw long. and had been a associated with him for many years in pub- a lic'life, and the longer he knew him-the a better he liked him, and the higher his t respect was for his character. If iefere ed t in his ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

Special dertisement.- : - IEDICAL NOTICE. D II. PETTIGRPEW intimates that he will ?isit "Cobden every Tuesday. morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to la twelve o'clock. cc M II. KNOTT, T t, SOLICITOR, HAS COMMENCED PRACTICE at I Cuamperdown; and may be consulted daily at his oifice, Leura-street. Mr. Knott will also °attend at Teraung and Mortlake on the usual court days. ST.. I:A,.i O C h, Solicitor, Proctor, and Coaveyancer MURRAY-STREET, COLAC. Attendance on, Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. ....'.NOTICE. M` R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, 1. will in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Wheatsheaf Hotel. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. V M. FERGUSSON has for PRIVATE S SALE freehold properties in the parishes of Colongulac, Elingamite, Jan- ar court, Timboon. and Mortlake. ha Manifold-street, Camperdown. VAST DRAPERY SALE. To Realise the late William Bright's interest in the firm of 3RIGHIT & IlITCIICOCKS, I ...

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CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

Tcn zDurr. Frwc aR co2 r Befora D. Curie, Es?., John Walss Esq., and P. 3'Arthur, Esq, J.P. DEBT. George Harrison v. J. and W. Willis, rates due to the iampdeIn hire CoLncil. foi the year 1876, £22 10 s. N appearance of the lefendant. Decree for the amount, with 3o cost. Same r. Thomas Warner, jun., rates 17s. No appearance of defendant. Decree for the amou'it. Same v Mrs. J. L M'Donald. In this case the defendant appeared, and stated that she was in su-h poor circumstances that she was uuabsie to pa? the rates, through the desertion of her husband. The Bench made a decree for the amount, and Mr. Harrison Etattid he would bring the matter before the LARCENY AS A BAILEE. Wi.llim Burnip v. Peter Morraso.. 3Mr. Knott appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Pieken for the defence. The defendant in this case was charged with converting certain porperty, viz., 3 bull calves, 1 steer, and 3 heifers to hisown use, by branding them with his own brand, and whi!e bein the badlet of the same. The...

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

LYGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FRxo ENGL.AND. Lei-ave- Idon L.t; ·li, Arrives SArv ';. I ;?'- I f " ar . . -3y 11,June . °-5 g: m. r. 11 *vm r. 11 ri -?, -r . 16 A·1 1U·:' '?.. L r, -' F . 1 : .: . 11

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

Conveyances. COBB AIND CO.'S WESTERN TELE GRAPH LINE. A edktrisz- rOan 18a70. DAY COACHES? - CAMtPERDOW AND' WQHEI':S?EA. -. DAY COACH in connectionwitiih aiWisghee -' leaves Camperdowri at 30ain., ;Co2la;1-12oon, arrivipg at, Winchelse; in time to connect with the train leaving for Geelog,- at 3.45 pam.,.Leave Win chelsea on atrivil of train n6ineelonk at E11.15'a.m., due at Colae at 230 p.m., due at aprdown at 6 p.in. Fsxs--OCm perdown to"Winchelsea .. 15s. ColactqoWiuchelpsa ., .. 6s. a S.NIGHTrMAIL; .:.. de Belfast to Geelong riiia 'perdbii. Mfail Coaches ?roomBeeMt: t -tbrough Camper dowsv~on Mondays, Tuesdays, W~duses Thursdays, dad Fr'lays at 11'p.m., reachiig minchelac at 5.3b i.fh. On Stidays leave. CmperIdown at 1 pai.reachin Winchelseaat p.m-. . ,rurN NAIL COA4CH?S. La 'Wnhebifs i NO:I. Ttiueday, Wednesday, 'h?nrsday, and rlday atl11.30 p.m., arriving at Can. A perdown at 5.45 a. bu On Sunday leases Winchlslesaa 6am., arriving at Camperdown at 1L.30 n?., WITH KkŽA CK LIXE...

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J. H. CLOUGH AND CO'S MONTHLY CIRCULAR. MELBOURNE, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877

J i. I( CLOL;H AND Ct' 5.'S i STLY '4 r'Ns I. February 21. i . : " :-. : . nt : ies has . 2 _`a sk :-eSC" sh ih c'?s i a.- . iai - I .t ofn m a,, there : , ?a d ,. thou:h fL? ..i ? .::r; though Se:e br-: de aml rr;; "? i. h :', .. ,_ -. .n: w e-tn , amd n: d -:o e th i -eas'n able :. . I verr c sider wh, k1 .ý ri horf buyers he e .re t.I: .. .= : , ,et; and th ere - r .. riff-I- effected n : ,: " . .. ......... .. i,.. . . ....: .:,1, r R t eni tar.e. Idic-i---, Ch t e .aon t Is : -.; ,1.. -:·· -3n · - lsn 1,i, r1Ije i toa Super !r e :i o I.-i !'d: F':ra:e.-lc:fI.- cr 1. Id to is 3d. orI~un :tc'- :--tru i: i-' _.Z t -U "turd to Superior isd Sto -'s hLE Sher -r-ain hare -? ?e t en h we have had a full sT Per r,-n:dr ~i~e -th?3 &u e e ? se rtedn lr1 hruh FO iru . H - U·. t-Žt cr a' t '7 o 'nfrr imtrt 1ocd ut€a t .In to I6- pelt, &l to 3d. eh i :- " =:e.i bi le-,, t :dto sperlb. She pke-rit h.t- e be '141 ba r l Hide.-We harC no Sltenti& n to ncte in prirc, whic...

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