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THE LOCAL LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 24 February 1877
THE LOCAL LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 &nbsp; Before - Martin, Esq., W. Ower, Esq., President of the Hampden Shire Coun- cil, and Canova Megson, Esq.. Acting District Surveyor. SECTION 19. James A. Robilliard applied for 118 acres, allotment 83; Brucknell :- Recom- mended. Laurence F. Keogh applied for 320 acres, allotment 8, Brucknell. The appli- &nbsp; cant stated that he had selected pre- viously, but had been compelled to throw it up. Hs also handed in his permission from the Board of Land and Works to &nbsp; re-select. As there wais only 294a. 1r. 2p. available for selection in the allot- ment named, this was recommended to &nbsp; the applicant on his consenting to take it. Charles W. Edsall applied for 147 acres, Corriejong :- Reccommended. James Stevens applied for 100 acres, &nbsp; Corriejong :- Recommended subject to alteration of school site, and abolition of road surveyed on west side. &nbsp; W\iiam Usborne appli-d for ...
THE SPEAKER AND MR. BERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
THIE SPEAKER AND MR. BERRYa The following is the correspondence which has passed between the head of the Government and the Speaker of the Legis- 1 lative Assembly with reference to the so ca!led apology made by Mr. Berry to Sir Charles MacMahon for having alluded to him at a public meeting in Geelong as a "corrupt Speaker": Melbourne, February 21, 1877. ] My dear Mr. Speaker-I desire to call your attention to the enclosed copy of a letter which it is said has been addressed to you by Mr. Graham Berry, in explanation of the charge he made against you of being " a corrupt Speaker." Will you have the good ness to let me know whether such letter is accepted by you as a satisfactory explana tion or apology for the charge made by Mr. Berry! If so, will you be pleased to state on what occasion undue influence was threatened and used by the Ministry over your decisions, and further, whether such supposed undue influence had the effect of inducing you to give decisions in the House, contrar...
MR. OWER. SATURDAY'S COLAC TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
MIR. OWER. a SATURDAY'S COLAC TIMES. 81 So far as the ostensibly genuine candidates ' for the representation of Polwarth and South h Grenville have shown themselves, we notice t4 that there are only three in the field, Mr. J. h H. Connor, the retiring member, who seeks ti re-election; Mr. W. Ower, whose address c, will be found elsewhere in our columns ; and R Mr. W. J. O'Hea, who was rejected by the electors on the last occasion, but who intends b again to woo their sweet voices. In regard to the two " foreign" aspirants, Mr. Ower and Mr. O'Hea, a peculiar cir- e cumstance has come to light. We have beein , informed that it is not intended that these ti two candidates in the "liberal" interest si shall come to the poll, but that at the last a hour, one of the candidates, probably Mr. h Ower, will be "thrown over." We do not fi for one moment mean to infer that the gen tlemen who went round with the requisition , asking Mr. Ower to stand would be guilty of Z such a proceeding, but w...
MR. SHAW AND THE OPPOSITION. SATURDAY'S GEELONG ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
MR. SHAW AND THE OPPOSITION. SATURDAY'S GEELOSG ADVERTISER. The speech made to the electors of Ripon and Hampden by Mr. Shaw, at Camper down, displays a candor and frankness which create a very favorable impression, and it is, therefore, only the more to be regretted that his opinions are such as are not likely to commend him to the electors. It is a matter of the very first importance that the men returned at the general election should be downright, earnest, fearless men of irreproachable honor, andt the more capa ble and the better educated they are, the higher will he the standard of Parliamentary debate, and the position that Parliamentary institutions will hold in public esteem. Both parties-the Opposition and the Minis terial-should endeavor to bring into the House the best type of men they can. This will not t.lways be possible; other import ant conditions will have to be considered, but effort should be made to introduce some new blood into the House, and of the proper kind...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
Special Advertisements. MEDICAL NOTICE, D R. PETTIGREW intimates that he will visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. T. IIANCOCK, Solicitor, Tractcr, and Ccaverancer McURRAY-STP.EET, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. NOTICE. iM R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, will in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted at the Wheataheaf "Hotel. ESrABLLjIED 1853. COR.NELL AND KING, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND DISPENSING CHEMISTS. ;mportoer of Genuino Drip and ?heticals. PATENT MEDICINES and Proprietary Articles, Perfumery, Sponges, Brush. ware, Oil Silk, Gutta Percha Tissues, India rubber Sheeting for hydropathic purposes, Trusses and other Surgical Appliances, Coutta' Acetic Acid, Maller's Cod Liver Oil, Ozonic Ether, Carbolic and other Disinfect ants, Du Barry's Revelanta for invalids and infants, Nestle's a.d Neaves' Farinaceous Foods, Bluestone, Arsenic, Strychnine, &am...
MR. SHAW'S CHAIRMAN. SATURDAY'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
MR. SHtAW'S CUAIRMAI . SATURDAY'S AGE. In yesterday's paper was published a brief report of the speech of Mr. Thomas Shaw at Camperdown, who has come forward as a most strongly pronounced candidate in the free-trade and territorial interest for the district of Riipon and Hampden. This de clared opponent of the Liberal party, and of their policy, had for his chairman a gentle man who has set up as the Lib..ral and pro tectionist candidate for the adjoining district of Polwarth and South Greunville, a Mr. Ower, who, to save appearances, said some thing about not binding himself to Mr. Shaw's views. But, at the same time, he introduced him to the meeting in the fol lowing style of recommendation and ap. proval :-" He (Mr. Ower) had known Mr. Shaw a long time, and had been associated with him in public life in many ways, and the longer he knew him the more he liked him, and the higher his respect was for him." This highly flavored recommen dation to the constituency of one who is a squa...
CONTEMPORARY OPINION. MR. SHAW'S CANDIDATURE. SATURDAY'S ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
CCULTEA1FOR1ARY OPINION. MIR. SHAW'S CGADIDATURE. i SATU3DAY's ARGUS. Although the old adage reminds us that ca " one swallow does not make a summer," qi yet the naturalist hails the reappearance of di a single migrant as the harbinger of many b1 more to follow; and we trust we may re- sa gard Mr. Shaw's candidature for Ripon and of IHampden as the precursor of that of other local men of the same stamp in other con- SI stituencies. It has been one of the calama- bh ties of this colony, that so many of those si; who are so closely identified with its per- it muinent interests, and who have contributed ps by their industry and enterprise to advance et its general welfare, have hitherto abstained of from an active participation in political as affairs. They have been so diligently at- gi tending to their own business that they ca have allowed theLegislature to be "jumped" ca by men who had no business of their own to or attend to, and who have gone into politics cc as a means of liveli...
ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS' MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) COOKTOWN, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
ARRIV AL OF TEZ TORRES STRAITS' MAIL (iraiS.Iu s AssocIraD PRESS TZEXRAM.) Cooxrowa , February 24 The delay in the departure of the Somer set from Singapore was caused by the non arrival of the P. and 0. steamer, which was two days' late. EUROPEAN ITEMS. Turkish firmness, it is believed, has re sulted from Turkish triumphs. Hence the conviction that the Porte is ready for war, and that Russia is unprepared. In the event of war, it is considered that the neces sities of Europe would secure allies for Turkey. The mobilisation of Russian forces pro ceeds slowly. Sickness and disaffection are prevalent. On -New Year's Day, the Emperor of Ger many received representations from the army who presented an address and con gratuiations. An official inquiry is proceeding into the cause of the outbreak of scurvy in the Arctic expedition. Lord Carnarron presided at a special meeting of Freemasons, at which it was decided to commemorate the Prince of Wales visit to India by founding two new life-...
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
QUEENSLAND. BRIss?sE, February 24. There are rumored dissensions in the Cabinet, and it is reported that the Colonial Secretary will shortly resign. A London telegram reports the departure of the Indus with 330 immigrants; including 100 Italians. BRItsaAE, February 24. The Douglas, schooner, which arrived at Cairns on Thursday, reports the massacre of three of the crew named Patrick Troy, Humphrey Coughlan and Alexander M'In. tosh by blacks engaged from Dank Island to assist to load the vessels with guano. They also wounded the captain and four others, leaving only two men and a boy unhurt, who worked the vessel back to port. Over 20in. of rain has fallen at Towns. ville, and lin. at Waterview, during the past tbhee days.
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDnsEY, February 24. The Assembly negatived a resolution to give to the majority of the Assembly the powet to exclude strangers, instead of to in. dividual members, as at preIsent. The Premier and the Postmaster-General are now on a visit to the Hunter district. Yesterday two contractors for building a church at Bega had a quarrel, and one at. tempted to shoot the other. The Hunter River Steam Navigation Com pany declare no dividend. The Edith May and Corrington, from Mauritius, brings 600 tons of sugar, and the Rainbow, from Cherebon, 775 tons of sugar.
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
-.NGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ESNtuse. I..:-Z it rdon L Tea Lon n Arises -o S uth- u1 ar Via Brir.d!. t g elbour ie y:Iriy; . 11 =.S 19 1 I M ch , * 20try . & Febro · r 13 April 1 12m~ ~ ~ ? Ma . MMr . . . A r'. . Arril . . 15 . : - I .v- 3 Mai . 1 J en.e. =' el . 2 ! h . a Jir h. . 9 , J . . 3 3 ar2 . I - - Armst: . r L Se-tebr . 13 t? .- ie , E Serur~F IU BS 57ember 11 t y r 1I J .y: _. - s?- s J r : . 18 So'3~rmb !3 ? Novembe.·Tr a JanurT.15'S g Vcm_-2: -. , :v; &lt;E r.. r F:,• a --rt i . $ ? Ja 1 rAn , . i ýarcvh .L . 19 Arlc3 . 17 J w 4 June . . y . . 15 Judr 0- J9 JJ,- . 17, ? D A spet. . A:t e: i " Se ;r 7 Or-b er . I Sep:et=br 4 O 1 : 1 . 1 October .. g Ocwob. . 4 j yr·Tm ter 19 :oivemre . 2 iovember . 1 Decmor 17 December 24 Iora beri . ° January,. 14 hanuir,13?, il Dece:.ber . 97 Febmlar 11 Febrýu . 15
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
A USTRALIAX TELEGRAMS. tSTPAL1AY ASSOCIL&TED PBES TZLEGRA . , LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 3MELBOURPE, Febrary 25. Parliament will be prorogued at the end of this week to the 3rd of April. The Governor visits D.qlesford on Thursday to be present at the hospital fete. Messrs. M3'Pherson, Ramsay, and Ker ferd proceed to Bright to-morrow, to be present at the opening of the State School. Judge Molesworth has decided that a portion of the late Major Bell's property be sold to pay the probate duty. Spark is the best favorite for the Aus tralian Cup, and Barmaid and Sultan for the Newmarket Handicap. A young man named Edward White was drowned to-day while bathing in the Yarra. TheLocomotive Superintendents'Board held a first and preliminary sitting this morning. The Californian mail steamer arrived atr Ackland this morning. Peebles, the spiritualist lecturer, is a passenger. A meeting of the creditors of E. J. Prevot, cordial manufacturer, has been held. The assets exceed the liabilities....
CAMPERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN v. TERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
CAMP1ERDtOW SEC-, D ELEVEN v. TERA-G. The return match between the second eleven of the local club and an eleven from the Terang club, came off on the Camper down grotund on Saturday last, and resulted in another lisastroas cefeat for the iocal cricketers. Howieson batted well for Terang, and he was also particularly destructive in te bowling line. For Campe'dlown Howell treated the bowling as he liked, in both tirst and second innings, carrying out his bat for 1i in the former, aid maklug the fine score of 54 in the latter. The following are the scores: Txsaac--First Innings M'Donald, b Morris .. .. .. 3 1M'Ki.noa, b ±uw.er .. .. .. 0 lat, b Bowyer .. .. .. 9 T. lnamn, b dowyer .. .. .. 0 Howaeshn, no: out .. .. .. .. Wadler, b Morris .. ... .. S Bleac, a Frewin, b Bowyer .. .. 3 Quinn, b Fu sei .. .. .. 10 "lylrc D d1on, b Frewn .. .. W. tang, c .sJd b Alhen... ... .. D. Cole, rau ouat .. .. .. 1 Sundries .. ... .. 11 Total .: .. .. ..10 Bowling Analysil.-Fusse'l. 37 balls, 22 run...
GERMANY AND THE EAST. BERLIN, Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 February 1877
GERMAN Y AND THE EAST. BznuI , Feb. 23. In a speech by the Emperor William of Germany, he said, referring to the Eastern question, that the European con cert justified the confidence that peace would be maintained by the powers, ereu supposing the failure of the Porte to carry out the demanded reforms. Respecting the failure of negotiations, as the German interests did not prescribe any definite course, the empire would still continue her efforts to secure peace, and to pro tect the Christians in the Turkish pro. vinces.