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THE "HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" Is Published Bi-Weekly. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 March 1877
"II AM?PDEN GUARDIAN " Is Published Bi-Weckly. On every Monday and Thursday. Single Copy ... ... ... Subscription Per Quarter ... .. ... Cs 6d With Postage, Is Extra, Terms for Advertising: Per inch, per Quarter .. ... 1s. Casual Advertisements per inch :s. Advertisements inserted over the Leada charged 5s per inch. Advertisements must specify upon the aco of them the number of times they are o be inserted, or they will be ionitinued and charged. Advertisements will be received up to 4 o'clock p.m. on Saturdays and Weoldnsdays, and all orders for witidrawvals uns1t bh sent in not later i nan 2 o'cloek p.m., on Wednes. days and Satnrdays. All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal, should be in writing. Agents for the ltAMi'Put GU'AnpIAs. Melbourno-Messrs. Gordon and (otch, (ollius street Mr. J. Armstroug, Elizabeth street. llallarat-- Mr. William C. ooch, Lydiard street. Geelong-Mr. Henry Franks, MacketSquare Trang ... ... Mr. Mattlhew lang I'"la> ... ... M r. 11. J. M i...
HOLLOW[?] IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 March 1877
U NLESS the lood be kept in a. pu : stite the constitution must be weakened and disease supervenes. These wonderful Pills possess the power of removing or neutrAlizing all contaminations of the blood anid sy-tmiii generally. They quietly, but certainly, overcome all obstructions tending to produce ill health, and institute regular action in organs that are faulty from irritation or de bility. The dyspeutic, weak, and nervcua may rely on these Pills as their best fr 11 and comforter, as they act upon the umin springs of lifs, and thus save theusians from a premature grave. COMPLAINTS OF "Mo03EX AN D Ci.LDiii N The very mild and p ii!:.'is :ic:ion if tl~ -e invaluable PIls rt-comninds it:ih to vv,.rv household as a remedy iir thi: ti ,t di.atut'll from health. Any mother, miis?', rr Nimni person guided by thl diii.ci!s whicii aný company each box cf I[-llrw.y's Pills, hiis at once available means for ich ki'; ci!iass,. purifying the blood, and tx'eil½!g friIn the system all gross hum?...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 8 March 1877
HALL OF COMMERCE, I Canmperdown. JOHN H. ROBINSON HAVING COMPLETED HIS SPRINC AND SUMMER , Purchases in the Melbourne Markets, F IBes ,to' announce that they are now to hand, embracing all the NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON, And forming THE LARGEST STOCK IN TIE DISTRICT. ,j 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 J not visited the Metropolis this Spring. AMONGST TlHE SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, t The Following will be Found of SPECIAL iALUE:- t Dresses. &c. c Black, Gros Grain, and Glace Silk Japanese Silks, is. 6d. upwards Broche Norwich Poplins China Silk Colored Batiste, plain Lace Stripe do., printed Satin Stripe do., white French Printed Muslins Striped, Figured, and Fancy Yosemite White and Colored Pique Plain and Figured Tassores Plain Black and Fancy Grenadines, sundry ounalities Plain Arabin Glace Lustres Diagonal do. ,, ,, Plain Silk Warp do. Broche do. do. Str...
CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
CONTINENTAL. A number of changes in the prefectoral staff in France have been made. The new Premier, MI. Jules Simon, has an nounced that the Administration intends to exercise largely the privilege of par don. A number of communists have al ready had their sentences commuted or remitted. In reference to the ManchesterChamber of Commerce seeking for the remission of the duty on Manchester goods, it is said that notwithstanding the 10 per cent tax, goods from Manchester are largely gain ing ground in France, and the abolition of the duty will be strenuously resisted. The population in Paris according to the late census is 1,986,748, air increase of 134,956 since 1872. The German Emperor's fete went off most successfully on the 1st of January. At the receptionu=of the ambassadors, the Emperor presented NM. Gontant Birou the representative of France, with the Prussian medal for saving life from dan ger, the ambassador having a few weeks ago stopped some horses that bolted with a carria...
RESIGNATION OF THE QUEENSLAND MINISTRY. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) BRISBANE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
RESIGNATION OF THE QUEEVS. LAND MINISTR Y. (ArIsrRALItS ASSOCIATED rItESS TELEGRAM.) BRIBANE., March 6. Mr. G. Thorn has resigned as premier and vice-presidentof the Council. The Gove nor his accordingly been requested by Ministers to postpone his departure in consequence of the crisis. It is suposed that MIr. Douglas or Mr. Griffith will be sent for. During the past few days says ths Sydney Morning Herald of the 27th ult., a rumour was prevalent in one part of the city that some ghosts had been seen in the vicinity of the Un'versity, and that they had taken the form of female figures in flowing robes, and disported themselves amongst the gloomy battlemaents after the "shades of evcnin g" had becn cast 'er the eity. Numbers. of I e ple, intermixed with a large assort ment of the larrikin element, congregated on several occasions in the vicinity of the seat of learning for the special purpose of having a glance at the spect-al visitants, and last night they were gratitied beyond thei...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
(;EELONX ; LI1? S'lOCK MARKET. I;a,,,,, March 5. MeYsrs. G(?eor: ~.omit u aml Co. report: Fat Cattle.. A shlort upd. all ,,f :which we offered, the Lest being a lioft r~olm \ir..1. Hlaimes, of Colae, which we sold atai! average of Ill 10 10 Fat Sheep -A full supply, ;ol price. reCIr0 consilerably higher. Oursales were, for 1c-sr. . 1Ialin and Collins, Eagen, and other--e ewes at 12, 1i7 at d , 100 ewes at s; 4d, 90 at 0id, 42 at K; 71d, 10a at 6( a;I, 40 from Ts to 16.; total, 67. Fat Iailbs A full supply of all de scriptions. We s~olf, filr 3lcis We ter and nthers 5. at 3s4 , _0at u ,4 :Iat 64 1Sa Its ? 1. ;EEL)N(:. Mlarclh 5. Messrs. T. litEnlllziglt lntdq tiou1 rceport: Fat Cattle-.1 ieditm p rly firw ird, alit ra ging from good to prime. T.ere n-r.' market improve ment on last week's rates. The lest forward was a draft of bullocks from (I'aptain llsiaiue+' Matre Station, which aleraged LIt 1s 100L Fat Sheepl- full supplSof mediumianlinfnrior lhecl, but nuiopnme stock yanledl. Pr...
DISASTERS AT SEA. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) ADELAIDE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
DISAISTERS A 1' SEA. -- € - (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TEELGRAAMS.) ADrLA.IDE, March 7. The General Pell, the tirst boat under the now contract with the Netherlands lndia Company, has arrived at Port. Darwin. Northern Territory advices report that the Iuvenernie capsized at sea. Twelve persona were drowned, and eight were rescued by the steamer Egerton, after euduring great priva tions in an open boat, without food, clothes, or water. STD?Žvy, March 7. The barque Peony, from Newcastle, with coals, sprung a leak and went ashore to-day four miles south of Richmond Heads. The captain and four men were drowned. The captain's wife and five men were saved. The vessel has broken up.
V. R. C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND DAY. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
1'. R. C. A UTUMY.V MEETING. SECOSND DAY. (By ELECTRIC TELEGR.PII.) MELBOURNE, March 8. The above races were continued to-day on the Flemington course, before a good at. tendance, including the Governor and suite. The weather throughout was splendid, and the racing first-class. The results of the different events are as follows : IIURDLE RACE. Politician ... Villiers ... 2 Gaffer Grey ... . ... 3 Ten horses faced the starter. Good race, and only won by a length. Mr. Pearson, the owner of Politician, cleared over £1000 by winning this race. SELLING MAIDEN STAKES. Dundas ... ... .. l Activity ... .. ... 2 Fernlea ... ... ... 3 Only these three started, Dundas winning after a good race by about a length. SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. Rapidity ... ... ... Waterford ... ... .. 2 I)arnrwell ... ... ... 3 Eleven started, Rapidity winning by half a length in 1 min. 17J sec., after a fine race. AUSTRALIAN CUP. Sybil ... ... .:. 1 Calamia ... ... ... 2 Vibration ... ... 3 No less than 16 came to the...
NEW ZEALAND. DUNEDIN, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
NEW ZEALAND. DUNZEDIN, March 6. The Otago second innings closed for a total of 106. Lillywbite took twelve wicket. for 47 runs, Southerton eight wickets. The match ended in a draw. Immediately after the match Pooley wad arrested, charged with having at Christ. church maliciously injured property above the value of £5, and was remanded to ap. pear at Christchnrch on the 12th inst. Bail was allowed, himself in £100, and two sure. ties of £50 each. The Eleven play at Inver. cargill to-morrow.
ADELAIDE, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
ADELAIDE, March 6. News has been received of spleldid rains at Wileannia and Moruba in the Daring dis trict. At'a Government sale k.f up-country and surburban lands over £50O was realised. Th&re are no immigrants now being 11aia. tained at th Goveruomnt expeuoo. Government have accepted tenders forthe construction of nDw pile jetties at Kings ton and'?ivoli Bay. The Marine Board gave their decision this morning in the case of the Victorian and Willunga collision. They are of opinion that Captain Ml 'Coy is whl:olly responsible for the accident, and soi1pcnd his pilotage exemp. tion certificate for the next voyage inward and outward. In taking this lenient view of the case the board considered Captai,, M'Coy's previous careful services in cola) mand of steamers. Sales of National Bank Shares hare bhe, made at £7 17s. At the Northern Territorry very little business is doing, and many people are leaving. Breadstuffs are quiet. Wheat 6s 4d for large shipping parcels; 6s 2d to 6s...
COLAC. COLAC, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
COLAC. (FROM1 OUR owx CORRESPONDENT.) COLAC, March 6. The political campaign will commence in earnest on Saturday next, when William Ower, Esq., will deliver his ad dress to the electors in the Oddfellows' Hall. By his printed address already issued, lie states that he is neither a liberal nor a conservative, and on Satur day evening, I suppose, we shall be so far put straight as to know one way or the other. He will have some curious ques tions to answer, I am thinking, when he stands before the electors of Polwarth and South Grenville in Colac. He won't find trying to get into Parliament so easy a matter as grinding flour. Messrs. Connor and O'Hea, will deliver their addresses within a fortnight or so. _Mr. O'Hea's address is the principal one looked for. A requisition signed by one hundred of the electors of Polwarth and South Grenville, was presented to G. F. Turner, Esq., a well-known chemist, of Murray street, asking him to stand for the consti tuency. Mr. Turner in reply, sta...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
.'NGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. Loeaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January 19 March . . February . S February 16 April . 1 March S March . 16 May . . 6 Apri! . 5 April 13 May . 25 Mis' 3 3May .. 11 June. . 23 May 31 June . S July. Jule 2S July . Aiutut . . 28 July. . 26 Autust 3 September. IS August . 23 August 31 October. 11 September . 20 September 2S November . 11 October 1S October . 26 December . 16 November . 15 November 23 January,1578 9 December . 13 December 21 February . 4 "enoi VICTORIA. Leaves ;Arrives London Arrives at London Melbourne. I a Brindisi. Via Southampton .January, .25 March 12 March . . 1 February . April .. 9 April . . . 1 March . 22 ay . 7 May . 14 April . 17 June . 4 June . . . 11 May . 15 July 2 July ..9 June . 1 July . 0 Auust . . Jul . . . 10 Auust . 27 September . 3 August 7 September 24 October 1 September . 4 October . ?2 October . °S9 October . 4 November 19 l November "26 November ...
WARRNAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
.IMARKI ET. 5i .vuhWA3latooI., March 3. Mlewr. Ileplurni, J.Leolnardl , anltl I;lu=t reprt that aL.?? ii?h ti re rc lightly supplied with stock, there ,:-a a d attendancesl.: buyers. The fat and store: .tt, to antd ?er easill disposed of at improved rates, ardl the animated hit lini, aill private enquiriec for iood l.ot of store cattle, witarri" t us in anticipating for -+,mle time,, a rlpetitin of very satisfactory prices. '\e have now in the market a buyer of fat sheep and fat cattle.t nl as our plr-. chaser Would inspect at onlle ie w?tild thank our con stituents to advise us ii:imdiaitely of any fat stick they may have for sale. In stre .heep we have no alteration toqiuote on our las weeck's report. ligs, fat and store, realised about last week's quotations. In her:e; there is but little doing, preparations for our tluarte rly Sale, March 17th, occupy inii the attel tion of bIoth buyers and sellers. As we hire numerous enquiriet for the descriition, of horsas expectel for the al...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
EARLIER INTELLIG ENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. March 7. There is considerable speculation in poli tical circles as to the course the Govern ment will take, but the general impression is that a dissolution will be asked for and granted. Yesterday afternoon a serious accident occurred at South Creek railway station. An old man named Unthrie, while uncoupling two waggous, slipped, and had his leg broken. In the case of the woman Wandby, found dead under suspicious circumstances at Wolhara, the jury returned an open ver dict. The Church of England Synod has ch sed. The bishop is to be presented with a vale dictory address on Tuesday, at the cathedral previous to his departure for England. At the Muswellbrook show, Wolfe and Garrick were awarded a first prize for their colonial tobacco. Solomon, the auctioneer, has failed, with liabilitie £10,000, assets small. A burglary took place at Sutton's the tobaccoziit's, in George-street, last night. The proceeds of the robbery were small. It i...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 9. It is generally understood that a dis solution will be granted, but it is not yet officially known. Sergeant Slight, a member of the English Bar, was admitted to-day. Be intends to reside twelve months in MIel bourne, and practice if his health will permit. A girl named Scott has been arrested at Newcastle on the suspicion of infanti cide. An extraordinary will case was brought before the Supreme Court to-day with reference to two wills alleged to have been made by the late Robert Hancock. The jury gave a verdict upsetting the second will.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
A UST'RALCALV T'ELEGIRA.s13. .USTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, March S. The convict Hastings continues to maintain his innocence. The Government intend to take pro ceedings against Dr. Reeves for having treated a lunatic at his private hospital without being licensed. The train from Sandhurst this morning ran over a man and killed him. Tenders for the superstructure of the new Law Courts were opened to-day. The amounts were £188,530 in brick and Portland cement, and £278,903 in brick and Mount Abrupt stone. Nothing has yet been decided upon. Sir William Jervois leaves Singapore for Melbourne on April the 2nd. Wheat is quoted at 6s 6d.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 9. A new gold rush has taken place at Echunga, on ground declared payable by the Warden. MIr. Boucaut has published a denial of Sir Henry Ayers' charge of trickery on the motion in favor of MIr. Villeneuve Smith for East Torrens carried last night. The Working Men's Association at Port Adelaide, is said to be against open ing the Institute on Sundays.