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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

NEW ZEALAND. WVELLINGTON, January 6. Sir Donald M'Lean, L~CM.G., late Native Minister, died yesterday. Mr. Reid, late Provincial Secretary of Otago, has Joined the Government. The Hon E. Richardson, Minister of Public Works, has resigned. Mr. M'Lean, Ministerial head of the Telegraph and Clnunmr deprtments, -will be the ew Zealand representativ at the pproaching conference. Lady Normn dy is seriously ill ADELAI.DE, January 5. Mr. Pandlitm , the new traffie manger of railways, arrived by the mai He has had great experience in The counesl in England to whom the case of Hailes galst White was reserred report the transaction as a hal of the Waste Lands Act. Mr. John r Ohart, formerly of this colony, and of bura Barra celebrity, has died in England. The new st er Victorian has arrived from Glas gow. The Bangalore had 150 tone of arao, principally gmy hbqee to land here. She sailed for Melbourne at 5 o'clock this morning. A rale of wheat has been made at St Sd. Mesar,. Hepburn, Leonard, a...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

GEELONG LIVE. STOCK MARKET. GEiELOG, .~anuary 2. Lsirsr. George Symet a and Co. reeat a : Cattl--A full supply of medIum and Inferior : dity, but no prime came to band, and prices con. irablv lower, and ales difficult to ecft. We sold 2 .-Ad Fat Sheep-A crowded marketofll decrip s. and priceilower. Our sales wer-48 ew at ?i., 63 wethers at Is, 41 to 7s, 90 from SI 3d to as ! 1 musixed) 3s 6d to 7T lid. Fat Lambs-A hort sup 1,i,: a;nd for best quality,prices fully maintained. We Sa - tewhead at late qtations. Store Stock ctle - -En qairiei for goodbulnoek, but 'say be eU W- hiave sold 30 mixed cattle; also, 406O do rbhp. G. t Loeo, January . 3Ieaare. ICrehmard NU5el A Cmel t ae. s Fat Cattle-For anything like b ef'ompetfela ýIy hrisk, and prices satisfactory. We lol dl hue'lifbt medium cattle, steers, to IA; helfere, IA Is to L 7e :d. Fat Sheep-The supply to hand in exces of re quiremente, and sales difficult to efect, at a coansder able reduction on late currencies. Our ales were Go...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Januaray 6. The Government hive decided not to allow immi grant vessels to carry spirits. Mr. T S. Reed has resigned the chairmanship of the Destitute Boand. Wheat is steady at 5o. Id. to 5s- 2d.

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FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

FLOUR, GRAIN, AND PROVISION MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Saturday. Breadstufs are very firm, and sales are beginning to be effected more freely. Wheat is readily saleable at' 5s 5d for prime, and parcels, when olered, can be placed at this figure; in one instance, a line of about 196 bags was taken up at our quotation. Flour is moving of very steadily at L12 to L12 5s, and msale are making, though chiefly for trade requirements. Ade laide ezrulars have been received to 30th December, but the market advices have, as usual, been antici pated by telegraph. Shipments for the year, to the "lrd of the month named, amount to 211,680 tons of breadatuffs. Oats are going of quietly for trade pur ises ; no large parcels are quitted, however. Sales in bond have been made at 2s lid. Quotatihns, duty paid, are firm at 3s to 3s Md, according to sample. Maize is selling at 3s 4d to Ss 5d. A moderate trade demand is experienced.-Argns. GEELONG, Sau?tDAY. Business has not recovered from the effects of the hol...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 6. The Governmont have received a cable telegram, dated London, 4th January, stating that the Turks justify the counter proposals, and reject the pro posals of the powers The rejected points are still under discussion. The representative re-assemble on Monday.' The girl Holden, alected by the small-pox at Summerhill's Wharf, Miller's Point, died to-day. The Warwicks were beaten by the Newtown Club, for the Challenge Cup, by thirteen runs. The Government have ordered two of the Day and one of the American sleeping cam for use on our railways The Ocean Star cleared from Montreal on 3rd No vember with machinery, hardware, lumber, &c., for Sydney and Melbourne, being the pioneer vessel to the colonies. The added money to the Sydney Gold Cup has been increased to £500. The weather is intensely hot. The City of New ' rk left San Francisco for Sydney on the 4th inst. S SDNETY, January 5. In accordance with the wishes of South A...

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

BALLARAT LIVE.STOCK MARKET. BALL.AT, January 6. Meune. O'Fanrell and tots ewpg .- Supplies for our yards this week comprised 8 bhors, 138 head of cattle, and 212 pigs. Hrse.- Abot two-thirds were inferior, and scarcely mleable. The demand for fresh horses of a thoroughly uetal stamp was larger than we have ever known it so soon after the holidays, and all to hand sold fand ul high. A mob of draught, from Mr. Glasesn, War' ntmhool, sold up to £42; several lots of the seme clar, from Messrs. Troy Bros. and others na this dis tri ct, fetched prices ranging up to £36. Very few h -:h-i and light harness horses above ordinary quality; IGit-class ones are much wanted. Some good bppliu arn, expected to arrive from the wstward next Stur dlny, lnd their sale will serve to impart a more bal Ii ,-l?ke tone to the market. Cattle-Those to hard wir= not altogether suitable, and dullness crae t.r'=, itles in consequence. We have still more curt.-rers thai we can supply fdr well-grown store anrd tir...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, January 8. Splendid rains have fallen in the Far North, doing an incalculable amount of good. Three inches fell at Charlotte Waters, and over seven inches at Alice Springs. Mr. Giles, clerk at the National.Bank, and well-known cricketer,ham-died from the bursting of a blood-vesseL

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. BALLARAT, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

LALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. MALLA Ti Janua? y . Everlasuam GmreeatMi aM £. : Since the opmalia of the market. on W a tlefl' bunineea has Men tanactet. In wheat not has been done, thoug a good inquiry eziet tr lao mnd other wantse; flm f'S 3do to wem be w god samples. O ='he supply bes note , e MI ns new ham yet om amr mard e eM l o t wits ready sale at from .l tld 1 1d ?l?--. at - eaeable at 2 8d to 9d; E;gith la adt tmh peas are inquired for at h , 'I, h?le maet? bas not been- lively; demand liht. a ed -c al to effect: we quote L2 105 to Li 5: Mf, ?3 to 3 l . Flour, L12 ?se to LIS for old

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, January 8. The house where the small-pox was pre valent, and where the patient resided, is to be burnt down, and the family removed te the hospital-ship. No fresh cases are re ported. Heavy thunderstorm and rain took place this afternoon. A. case of bushranging in the Southern District has bee aapeer ? :.

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

BENSON sa STETENION Saljl· wiBi be clsd tbii d y TUEADAY JANUARY 9tb, nuuias rAmmed 'sat morning (WEDNESDAY). BENSON & STEVENSON. St. Kilda Grammar Seh l, CARLISLE STREET, ST. rILDA. Heed Mswr? It . H0k?NT, ILC. . Melbomrne Uniceetty, Hcmanema, ige Cogm tl .Ltt se mdt s h/ttb A SECIL eatmre i thams ae of hureatio Is undertasdiag E ts( rpih sadd to sabsn a it4. ligentIntanat In a hll Ivlesnr ameo. tion Is Uhewin paid to their hits aid Mnmasa a the boardr are under the cobalat eperviio ofc the bhed ter or lri amidnts. The school is pisemntly and healthily it?ted ear the sea, so as to secure the advaatagu u a?Mair a sea-bathing. 133 and 135 Collins street, Ear Melbourne MRS. HUGHES, Plnscn. I ?pil fromn this school paed the Clil Serv?c? nd l atricul tion Exainations in 1871, 1875, and 17. nose in last year werer in French, History, nd Geo. phy, solel-y N Hr aghes. A few boarders only are taken, and are constantly nuder Mrs. Hughes's mre, whose dire iste train them to be inful, ...

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMIS. AUSTRALIAIN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, January 5. Owiag to the Committee of the Melbourne Hospital having forbidden the distribution of tracts, a meeting of the clergy belong ing to Protestant denominaticns "w held to-day, protesting against the action. Several young midshipmen were fined £10 each to-day, for cutting the hawser of the ship Kent, and doing other damage. All the English cricketers proceeded to Sydney to-day, with the exception of Jupp, who remains here till the team goes to New Zealand. - A pasenger named liggiu died during the voyage out of the ship Nemesis. Mr. Matthew Marwood, merchant, lately of the firm of Lorimer and Co., died this morning. Very good entries have been received for the Australian Cup and Newmarket Handi cap.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

3r GLIH 3IAIL TAJLE 187T. FROM ENGLAND. Leans London Leaves London Arerives riV Southampton Via Brilndsi. at Melborr. January . 11 January . 19 March . . February . 8 February . 1 April . . 3 1freh . 8 March . . 16 May . . . 1 A.,,r; . 6 April . . 13 May . . . SI' 3 May .. 11 June. . • M"li 31 June . July . . 4 JIa . 28 July . .6 Au st .. J, . 26 August . 3 Sepembr. A . 23 August 31 Octobr. !:,beh r .*20 September 28 November . 1i S 1..Sr . . 18 October . 2 December N v:xer . 15 November 23 January,lU 5 PD,.:mnil:r .13 December 21 February . 3 FRoM VicroCtA. Leaves Arrives London Arrives at London M4hbourne. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton January, 25 March . 12 March . . 19 February 22, April . 9 April. . 18 March . . 22 May . . 7 May . . . 14 April . . . 17 June . . 4 June . . . 11 lay . . . 15 July . . 2 July . . 9 June. . 12 July . 30 August 6 July . 10 August 27 September . 3 1^_L . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 22 October . . 29 October. 4 November 19 Nove...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET EMLUOURYx, January 3. John George Deasgiarty repule t-- Fat Csttle.--l,152 forward, consisting of very prime and good useful beef. Sales opened at adecline from former quoted figures of 25s to 30s per head, best beef fetch ing from 7s d to 30. Quotations - Best bullocks L13 to L14, good do L11 to L12 10s, cows LIS i.. I sold-150 bullocks and cows; 94 do to 11 7s ed; 27 do to LS 10s; 27 do at quotations. Fat Calves-8O yarded for sale. All sold at a slight decline on late rates, beef fetching to 60s. I sold 35 for Mears. Chlrn sidc; and drafts for Messrs. Hogan and Feehan. --Fat Sheep--39,500 shown. A dull sale throughout at much reduced rates. Crossbred wethers from 9s to 1is 6d; do ewes 6s 6d to 10s; merino wethers from 5s to 9s; do ewes from 2s Sd to 5e. My saleswere 2 341 wethers to 7s; 3,545 ewes at the highest average of the day: 130 do to 9s. Fat Lambs-4,200 ysadsd. Average pricese,s d, , 7. My sles we- 20 for Messrs. Dundas and Sons; 150 for Capt. A...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, January 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDOS, January 3. After the Conference on Monday, Lord Salishury visited Midhat Pacha, the Turkish Grand Vizier, and insisted that it was to Turkey's interest that she should accept the proposals agreed to by the conference. Midhat Pacha was willing. to yield certain points, but rejects anything contrary to the dignity and integrity of Turkey,

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FLOODS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

FLOODS IN ENGLAND. Serimu floods through England continue.

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THE GREAT QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

THE GREAT QUEENSLAND. The supposed loss of the Great Queens land is attributed to as explosion of gun powder, of which there were 100 tons shipped.

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

SHIPPING. Arrivals : Jerusalem, Abergeldie, Roo prell, Christiana Thompson, Indian Chief, obbs, and Norma.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

COMMERCIAL. The price of wheat remains firm. Copper is unchanged. Tin is easier. Aus trnlian, £74.

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ALL ENGLAND V. GEELONG TWENTY TWO [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

ALL ENGLAND V. GEELONG TWENTY TWO This match was commenced at Geelong on Thursday last before a very large attendance. The Englishmen were sent first to the wickets, and remained in all day, thoroughly collaring the bowling which included Ken dall. When the stumps were drawn for the day the English had only eight wickets down. Charlwood having made the fine score of 56. The match was continued on Friday, when the Englishmen concluded their first innings for the fine score of 264 runs. The Geelong men then went in, but none of them, with the exception of Thomas, could make any stand against the tremendous bowling of Shaw. Theinnings closed for the small score of 74 runs. The match was concluded on Saturday, and resulted in a victory for the Eleven by one innings and 103 runs. The following are the scores: t Tue EtavEs.-Flat innings. Ulyett, I b w, b Kendall .. .. .. 15 Selby, b Kendall .. 37 Charlwood, c Gardner, b Kendall.. 56 Greenwood; st Gullen, b KEdll.. . 30. Emmett, b Kendall ...

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THE MAILS. LONDON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 9 January 1877

THE MAILS. LoTs?ioN, January 7. The Queensland mail was delivered on the let inst., and the San Francisco mail on the 3rd inst. GOVERNOR OF HONDURAS. Mr. Barlee, late Jolonial Secretary of Western Australia, has been appointed Lient-Governor of Honduras.

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