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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 9. The Governorhas accepted Mr. Thomas' resignation, and Mr. Douglass is commis sioned to construct a -Ministry, which will probably comprise the same members, except Mr. Stewart, who retires.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIREC r. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LoNDoN, March 5. General Ignatieff has gone to Berlin on a special mission. He will also visit Vienna, and will meet Schouvaloff in Paris.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

CRICKET. A match took place on the local ground yesterday between the second eleven of the Club and eleven tradesmen chosen from the different places of business in the town. In consequence of there nit being time to play the match out, it was decided upon the first innings, and resulted in a victory for the second eleven. Altogether the game was a very enjoyable one, and there was some good cricket on both sides, the fielding especially. The tradesmen were effiiently captained by Grace. The umpires were Messrs. Colurn and Henry. Subjuinedare the scores : C.uAreRDOws 25D ELevE?x-First Innings. Dalton, b Frewin .. .. .. 0 Neylou, b Frewin .. ..... 1 Fussell, run out .. .. .. 12 Allen, b Frewiu 0 l:owyer, b Frewin .. Williamson, run out .. ... .. 10 Anersr. ,, b M'Donald .. .. 0 Highett, b Flrein .... 6 Brown, Freiwin, b 3I'Donald.... O IIHyde, not out.. .. .. .. 12 Scott, b Frewin .. .. .. 2 Su drs .. .. .. Total .... .. 2 Buowling AnalysTs-Frewin 72 balls, 19 runs, 6 wickets; 3PDona...

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THE MEDITERRANEAN FLEET. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

THE MIEDITERRANEAN FLEET. LoNDos, Mlarch 4. The British fleet has left the Piraeus for Malta. THE DECLARATION OF PARIS. LoNsosY, MIarch 4. The House of Commons has negatived the withdrawal of Great Britain from the Declaration of Paris abolishing privateers. THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. L'sDoN, March 3. Rutherford B. Hayes, the Republican candidate, has been elected President of the United States.

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THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT. LONDON, March 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

THE AMERICAAN" PRESIDENT. LosDoN, March 5. President Hayes, in his address to Congress, urges a union of parties, the restoration of order in the South, and a speedy return to specie payments.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

In the Supreme Court on Monday last the action Urquhart v. JM'Pherson was tried, in which the plaintiff, Mr. G. Urquhart, sued Mr. Duncan M'Pherson for damages arising out of an agreement for a partnership in a sheep station in the year 1859. The partner ship only lasted for a year, and the plaintiff took over the business, paying the debts. and winding up the concern. He alleged that the defendant induced him to agree to enter into the bargain to dissolve the part nership by representing that he had no money, and that he had taken in money out of the business, and that the accounts w ere correct, whereasplaintiff had lately found out that these statements were not true. The defendant asserted that the representations he made at the time were correct. The jury gave a verdict to the plaintiff, damages £15,309. THE HUJIAN MACHINERI , unlike inanimate mechanism, possesses a self-repairing and self-renewing power. Health may be surely preserved and life lengthened by keeping this vital ...

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THE KILMORE REAPING MACHINE ACCIDENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

THE KILMORE REAPTNG MACHINE ACOIDENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. SIR,--Will you kindly allow me to tender, through your columns, my sincere thanks for the following donations which I have received from Mr. George Harrison of your town, for the unfortunate lad Thomas Henry Smith, who lost both his hands through an accident with a reaping machine. Collected by Camperdown Juve nileTemplars ... ... £9 13 5 District Deputy, I.0 G.T. 3 19 0 Pomborneit Sabbath school 4 11 3 Cobden school children ... 2 5 0. Total ... ... ... £20 S 7 By giving this a place in your next, you will much oblige, Yours respectfully, R. YOUNG. Kilmore, 28th February, 1877.

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NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

N E W S 1Y THE ENGLISH MAIL FURTHER PARTICULARS. A Mr. Edwards, well-known in Paris, has been sentenced by the correctional police there to a fine of 80,000 francs for habitual usury. The Court of Common Pleas have de cided in favor of Reuter's Company, who were sued by a Valparaiso merchant for damages in consequence of their forward ing him by mistake an order for barley. The court held that the obligation of a telegraph company is to the sender of a message, and not to the receiver. In consequence of the contents of a barrel of creosote for dipping railway sleepers finding its way into the River Lune, a complete destruction of salmon and trout in its upper waters has taken place for ten miles, and trout by the bushel were gathered out of the stream. In the Exchequer division on the 13th inst., Lord Coleridge expressed great re gret that the Government had reduced the number of judges from eighteen to fifteen, in corisequence of which public justice could not be administered. On t...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

tl AEI), M i S'TATION YtRODUCE MARKLT GEELGMO, March 6. Ie.-.rs . Richard 3lellish and Co. report- 1VS,,--The few lots now offering are taken by local buyers at fair rates. We sold greasy fleece to 9d, do nalnis to Sid, do pieces 3d to Sqd. Sheepskins-The usual attendance of local buyersat the different sales. Competition was spirited throughout, and although prices were a little irregular, they were on the whole quite up to last week's rates. We sold a large quan tity as follows- Full wools, by the lb, to is 9d, lambs Is 3d to 2s Gd, best pelts Is 6d to 2s Gd, meltium 9d to Is 3d. Hides-A full attendance of buyers, and brisk competition for anything like heavy skins. We sold -green aid to 4,d, salted 4d to 51d, kip 43d, calf 3id to 41d. Tallow is easier. We sold rendered at 32s, rough fat 2id per lb. GEELONG, lMarch 6. lMesrs. ullckland and Ruruett report: Sheepskins - We sold a fair supply at rates barely equal to last week's prices, but still at fair figures. Best pelts brought f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

New Advertisements. WESTERN CALEDONI AN SOCIETY. THE TWELFTH GRAND IHGHLA ND GATHERING WILD, BE tHELD AT WARRNAMBOOL ON On Tuesday, March 13th, ISIl PRESIDET--The Hon. Niel Black, M.L.C. VICE-'FRESIDE.NTs-Peter M'Artihur, Esq., J.P., and Angus Urquhart, Esq., J.P. CoslaI. rrTEE-R. B. Paterson, A. Mackenzie, J.. (. Cramond, J. Bell, J W. Anderson, J. L. Glassford, J. M'Dermid, D. M. Ross, J. Horne, C. 31'Neil, R. Osborne, J. Duirs, Allan Jenkins, J. Mackenzie, H. M'Kay, A. Macfarlane, J. IH. Irvine, H. A. C. Macdonald, W. Ross, Miles Fletcher, G. Jobbins, D. Campbell, D. Mathieson, M. Macdonald, Thomas M'Kellar, W. W. Jamieson, W. O'Brien, Murdoch Macleod, G. S. Mitchell Burden, J. acl:auchlau, and D. Bruce (with power to add). H.iNDIC.LPPER-s-? Messrs. J. RI. Evans, T. Itedford, .1l. J. Murphy, and G. Strang. Prgramme of 6ames: lst Prize. 2nd Prize. 'eel hy the Iighlanders .. Throwing heavy hammer .. £2 0 0 .. £1 0 0 Pibroch . . 4 0 0 .. 2 0 0 HIanicap flat race, 150 yards 2 0 0 .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN TELE GRAPH IN/E. DAY .COACES. CAMPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. DAY COACH in' connection with rail at Wincielseal leaves Camperdown at 8.30 am., Colac, 12 nOon, arriving at Winchelsea in time to connect with the train leaving for Geelong, at3.45-p.m. Leave Win- chelsea on atrival of train from Oeelong at 11.15 a.m., due at Colac at 2.30 p.m., due at Camperdown at 6 p.m. FAx.s-Camperdown to Winchelsea .. 15s. Colac to Winchelea ... .. as. NIGHT MAIL. de Belfast to Geelongr ti Ci0piieddo~i~ Mail Coaches from Belfast pass through Camper down on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at- 1-p.m.,' rTeching Winchelsea at S.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdown at 1 p.m. reaching Winchelsea at S p.m. RETURN MAIL COACHES Leave Winchelsea Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 1L30 p.m., arriving at Camn p ordown at 5.45 a.m. On Sunday leaves Winchelses at 5 a.m., arriving at Camperdown at 11.30 am. WITH BRANCH LINE TO MORTLAKE, HEXHAM, ...

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MARKETS BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, March 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

MARLKETS BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MA\ 1::r ET. BALLtRAET, Mearc-h 6. HIeswrl. EttersthanL, En:;lt-,,t,,: at: 1 ('o. repor - Fiat CL'attl .--'5.;1ir arr dt r":t, ,.i"n of dndrt- frm the runs f .Ih ,?, , t. sr. C. and A. Finlay, ,t.d -u :.,_ i t.. ne.i hbor b.i, . Th-re sua:, . -I a i;l:O of buyers, and l.idints waere Iri-k t e r. 1:t at fully last week's rate., the un:r?.; e'kie:!q " Tr'y firnl The following are the avera.es -.h . Thoms?onts. 97 bullocks LI ISs, C. and A. Find-. C bullocks, I 176, 30 cows LS 135 id. We sold II bullocks for for John Thomson, Esq., iron~ L10 7s td to L15 I0s. averacre as as above : also, for M3essr. Kinm, Frame, Horne and Taylor. 53 head bullocks to L13 10s, cows to L10 12s 6d. Fat Calves 17 in, which sold to 74s. Fat Sheep-13.336 were for wanr. The quality ranged from inferior to gocd, therg being very few of the latter. All be?t lots were easily quitted at an advance of fully Is per head on late rates, but other descriptions remain unaltered. Best crossbr...

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NEW ELECTORAL ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

VEW ELECTORAL ROLL. The new Electoral Roll has been published. The following is the number of voters for Rlipon and Hampden in the different dis tricts: RIPro A~ND HAMPDEY. Burrumbeet . 30 24 Camperdown .. . . .. '325 78 Carngham .. . ..16 - Darlington .. .. .. 25 10 Lismore 54 50 -liners' Rest .. :: .. 243 31 Raglan . .. .. . 813 94 Skipton .. .. . . 143 30 1688 324 Total, 2,011. SUMMARY OF VOTERS IN THE WHOLE OF THE ELECTORATES. Rate- Ordl- Total. payers. nary. Ararat .. .. 1,315 401 1,716 Avoca . . 3,528 571 4,099 Ballarat East 3,534 980 4,515 Ballarat West . 5,811 1297 7,108 Bvrwon ... 1,667 354 2,021 Belfast .. . . 952 159 1.111 Benambra .. 1,000 136 . 1,136 Boroondara 1,537 279 1,816 Bourke, East . 1,380 369 1,749 Bourke Boroughs, East 1,659 378 2,037 Bourke, South .. .1,697 222 1,919 Bourke, West .. .. 3,399 799 4,198 Bn9hton . 1,063 264 1,327 Carlton .... . 2,145 471 2,616 Castlemaine . 3,767 472 4,239 Collingwood . 4,352 651 5,003 Creswick . 5,499 746 6,245 Dalhousie . 1,68...

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INDIA AND THE EAST. MADRAS, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

INDIA AND THE EAST. MADRAs, January 20. Over 2 cwt. of gunpowder and a quau tity of cartridges have been discovered in the artillery lines at Peshawur, sup posed to have been concealed for some time. Their quality is different from that in present use in the service, and it is supposed that they were hidden with a I felonious purpose by the Lascar drivers of corps. The independent frontier tribes are be coming increasingly insolent. Four days since a gang of 40 Hill men descended on Nowshera, surprised the police station, killed the inspector, seized 30 guns, and rifled a Parsee shop of ammunition, and p on Monday effected a safe retreat. The roads between Nowshera and Peshawur are deemed unsafe, both to European and native travellers, without a strong escort at night. Orders are said to have been received to stop the departure of time-expired soldiers of the Queen's regiments in I India. Sir Henry Davies has received an ex tension of six months service as Lieu tenant General of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

SBusiness Notices. WOOD AND CO., Butter and 'Cheese Factors, 7 MARKET ST.REET, MELBOURNE Buy or Sellt tn t 'tmmission : CHEESE, BUTTER, BEESWAXHoEY HONEY, And every description of FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Acnts for :iddell's Cheese, Lancefield, 3I uira Newry, and Biriagoloug Factories, an I other flt-t cla-- dairies. c. unt sales ret:dtred immediately goods are sold. N, i.--Ai nav4 ,an hand, \alton's Liquid ar f;attc .Annatto, Cheese Bandage Cloth. bci Erllish and Colonial Rennets, Salt Checfs Vats, Press' Screws, and every de scriptiou of cheese making utensils at lowest prices. P?BLIC NOTICE. J. S. MACKAiY A D (CO., MARKET SQUARE, GEELONG, B EG to intima:te to the inhabitant of Canmierd.=wn, Tlerag. Mortlake, Dar lington, and! W\estern District, that they have on hand ar'xten'ive st,,k ,f the fol .="-ing goods oi firt-clas , l::!i which they now slier at the lourst -t. ruling, anti ,n liberal termn. viz. : Teas in chests, Ilalt chlt'-. ..d boxes, f;revn Tea. tUranige }'t .,.., A-au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

New Advertisements. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. GREAT CLEARING SALE 'OF DRAPERY, Boots, Grocery, Ironmongery, COMPRISING t One of the Largest Stocks in the n Western District. tl BROWN & CO.,. Partnership expiring thcough effluxion of time, beg to thank the inhabitants of Camperdownand neighboring dis trict, for the very liberal sup port accorded to them, j and, to enable them to effect a speedy settlement, They have DETERMINED- TO OFFER, AT FABULOUS PRICES, The Whole of their STOCK For Fourteen Days Only. A sLot of *im~mats at 50 per cent. less than cost price. ALL FANCY GOODS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST. All Goods Marked in Plain Figures in Red a Ink. TERMS during the Sale to be CASH, and all accounts must be paid or arranged I for by the 20th inst. SALE TO COMMENCE SATURDAY 3RD MARCH. WHEATSHEAF HOTEL, TERANG. M RS. GEORGE TAYLOR, late of Pir-. ronyaloak, begs to notify to the public of Terang, and the surrounding dis. trict that having purchased the above well known...

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HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7TH, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

HAMPDEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 'TIT, 1S77. Present-Crs. Ower (president), Scott, Walker, Macdonald, Curdie, Mackinnon, and Greeves. MInUTES. The minutes of the last meeting as read were confirmed on the motion of Cr. Mac kinnon. CORRESPONDENCE. From Cr. 'Mack apologising for his ab sence from the present meeting. From the Secretary of Lands stating that the Pound Reserve, parish of Terang, would not be cancelled at present, the applica. tion for it as a rural store site having been refused. From the same, forwarding, as requested by the Council, a plan indicating the lands available for town common purposes at Te rang and the area of the same. From Duncan Finlayson, Cobrico, asking that he might be rated for the land owned by John Walsh, of Elingamite, as he had purchased the same.-Referred to Valuer to report. From W. J. Gilchrist, submitting the fol lowing opinion as to the best method of initiating legal proceedings against persons whose pigs or geese a...

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The Chronicle. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 March 1877

FRIDA i, JiA RCH 9, 1S77. Is accordance with an announcement in our last, the HAMPDEx GUAnDIAN is now incorporated with the CAMPERDOWN CHRONICLE, and we have a few words to say of ourselves. When the C.I PERDOWN CHRONICLE was started in October, 1874, we promised to make it what every newspaper should be - a record of currnut events, with the freest and most candid discussion of the lead ing topics of the day - and we have never lost sight of that promise. Neither labor nor expense has been spared i1n procuring the earliest and best intelli gence of all kinds likely to be of interest to the general public, and when owing to a want of space for the insertion of this, caused by a large increase in the num ber of our advertisements, the enlarge ment of the CAMPERDOWN CHRONICLE became a necessity, we did not shrink from the responsibility of under taking it. The freedom and candor with which the leading topics of the day have been discussed in the columns of the CA.M PERDOWN CHRONICLE a...

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THE PROFESSOR'S CANDIDATURE GENERALLY. FRIDAY'S DAILY TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

THE PROFESSOR'S CANDIDATURE GENERALLY. FRIDAY'S DAILY TELEGRAPH. Of all the odd0 toliticians, who ever came before the public, surely Professor Pearson is the most'strange and the most perplex ing. His conduct on the .free-trade ques. tion causes wonder and bewilderment. We have the spectacle of a man who believes the truth of.free-trade to be as obvious as the sun at neron-day, allying himself with a party which avows its intention to sacrifice everything to protectin,, to extend the systemn, iid to increase the duties. - This was eccentric coinduct enough for any candi. dabt but his action with regad to payment of members out-Pearsous Pearson.; The learned gentleiuan last night Pt Hawthorn, stated at some length his views on the subi 'ject, and urged that without payment of members, democracy does not have" a fair. trial. As this remark was greeted with dis-. approbation, the candidate said he, had not the least objection to accept the hint, and that if returned he would oppose th...

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THE PROFESSOR'S LAND TAX. FRIDAY'S AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

THE PROFESSOR'S LAND TAX. FRIDAY'S AGE. Mr. Pearson thinks primogeniture ope rates very triflingly in the way of encourag ing the growth and perpetuation of the large estates, while he considers that the most effectual cure for the evil is a progressive land tax. The idea has somehow or other never found favor with - the advocates of territorial monopoly in Victoria. A tax that is progressive is in their opinion an un just tax, as if the principle had not been adopted before now, as in the case of the legacy duty, for example, where property a utlibut?es to the Tre isury in proportion t, it value. That Professor Pearson should pub licly advocate such a tax is quite euough to account for the opprobium that has been thrown upon his candidature, and the per secution which has followed so quickly upon it. It should be quite enough, too, to secure him the confidence of the electors of Boroon dara, and the most strenuous exertions of every liberal in the constituency.

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