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WARRNAMBOOL. Monday, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

---------------- W-ARRAAMBOOL. (Fno13 oit'owN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday, March 12. A few minutes'after-penning and post-. ing my last, a telegram was received in Warrnambool saying the long-expected steamer the " Nelson " had arrived safe and sound at its destination at last ; but I have not yet heard the cause of her pro tracted vbyage from Glasgow. The Warrnambool Steam Navigation Co. will have a formidable fleet- the " Otway," ' Julia Percy,' and now the " Nelson." As we also have Messrs. M'Meikan, Blackwood and Co:'s line of Adelaide steamers calling in at our en route to and from Mlelbourne and Adelaide, besides other boats specially chartered during the busy potato season, we shall be well pro vided with steam communication and accommodation. This fact alone proves the growing importance of our flourishing town, which is daily and steadily in creasing in comnnerce, and whether or not we have a best claim upon the Govern ment for harbor improvements. It is curious how grammatical ...

Publication Title: Camperdown Chronicle
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. NEW ZEALAND LOAN. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS M:E? .-DaE c r. aY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. RaRtUr'So AustALAN AssocIATRD T $ LATEST INTELLIGENCE. NEW ZEALAND LOAN. LONDON, March 10. The Wellington 6 per cent. loan of J200,000 haa been subscribed at an aver hge of 101k. The tenders opened smounted to £790,000.

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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. 3JIL BOCRNE, March 7. Messrs. J. J. . Clough and Co. report: Wool-The quantity coming forward now has con siderably decreased, and consists lot a few late clips and remnants of those previously sold. We had a good attendance at our kale on Mlonday last, when we offered 330 bales of inferior to ordinary descriptions. Washed wools showed .n advance upon previous sale rates, and greasy remained firm at last quoted prices. Bheeplkins- We have had an average supply forward during the week, and our sales have been well at tended throughout. We sold green pelts at 9d to 3s, tull-wonlled 4s Gd to 5s Gd, dry skins is Gd to 5s each, and station skins in bales 4d to 7d per lb. Hides The market shows a decline on last week. We have disposed of a full supply at-for green ox 16s to 30, cow 13s to 20s each, Victunan salted 31d to 4id, and New Zealand 4;d to 51d, and calfskins 5d to 5 d per lb. Tallow-The market has shown some few fluctua tions, and prices are now ...

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ANNUAL SALE OF THOROUGHBRED YEARLINGS. SATURDAY'S ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

ANNUAL SALK OF THOROUGHBRED YEARLINGS. SATUoMDAY' ARfltlts . Mr. W.!C O inia heldhisuanhual sale of thoropghlshbedly?yafings `at the Pastoral Hotel, Flemington, yesidayafternoon. The attendance was hot; s6 nunierous as on pre-. vious occasions, and it was anticipated that the. sale would not go off well. The result was very. different fdom what was expected. The quality oftheyouingsterl offered forsale was so remarkably good, and the rich prizes for two apd three 'yfar old stock are so numerous, that but a very few lots were passed in,.and those disposed of realised good prices. Mr. Campbell (of Messrs. M 'Culloch, Campbell, and Co.) actedas auictioneer. First on the list was Acofiite's full brother, a very fine colt, with splendid legs and rare propel ling power.. His colour, a strawberry grey, was against him, and Mr. F.. Williams, of Queensland; goti him cheap for270 guineas. The neat little grey colt by Torchlight from Snowdrift went to 1r. C. S. Cox's stables at 105 guineas. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

New Advertisements. SPECIAL NOTICE. WILLIAM CARPENTER NVITES the Squatters and inhabitants of the Western District to inspect his superior stock (the largest stock in the district) of VEHICLES OF EVERY VARIETY. Four-in-hand Drags, Single and Double Bugles, Turnover Seats, Slide Seats, and Jump Seats; ag gonnettes, Express Waggons, Ac., Ac., of the very best quality on sale at LOWEsT PRalc. Also. Abbot Buggles, single or double, equal to the bet imported. And SECOND-HAND VEHICLES Of Every Decription. PAINTINs, TRIsMwro, AND RIPAiIINe. The charges at this Establishment, taking into con sideration the quality of the workmanship, are the most reasonable in the colony for all kinlds of work. CARRIAGE M ANUFACTURY, MALOP STREET, GEELONG. No more Smoke or Smell I No Breakage of Chimneys ! ROWAT T'S PAT?NT ANUCAPNIC IAAETY Zerosene Lamp, Gives the Most Pure Brilliant White Light, Burnr Less Kerosene Than any other lahin yet offered to the Public. Requires no Chimney. Can be had suitable for...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. :NEYW SOUTH WALES. STD Il, March 10. The illness of Archbishop Polding is much more serious than was at first anticipated. Hii health has been failing for some time, and yesterday his malady assumed a dan. gerous form. The proprietor of a well-known oyster saloon has beer fined for tarring and flour ing the face of a customer for alleged non paymentof a bill. A Victorian miner named O'Rourke was robbed of £59 at an hotel in the city, and his mate is in custody on suspicion. A wharfinger named Greenaway; was crushed to death yesterday by a log falling on him from a crane. SYDNsY, March 11. Archbishop Polding is still in a critical state, and the worst is feared. The sch. Agnes went ashore at Wollon gong breakwater yesterday, and become a total wreck. SYDNEY, March 9. The railway extension from Binalong to Murruisbuirrah will be opened on Mondry. In the District Court an action-Mercan tile Rowing Club v. Rowing Sydney Club was heard. It was to recover a prize won...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

Conveyances." COBB . AD c o.'s TWESTLR\ TLUE -11API-I LINE. ARRANG1G1m 2°TS. on .1876. DAY COACHES. CO IPERDOWN AMND WI .CHELSEA. AT COACH.in connection with rail at \Virrhelsea leaves t.'anperlown at 8.30 a.m, Colac, 12 nioCn, arriving at Wiunc:Lee!'a in timne to connect with the .train leaving far.G(;elani, at 3.45. p.m. Leav. Wi in chelsea on atrival.of train from Celotlt at 11.15 a.m., due at olae at 30 Ipn ., due at Canml'erdwn at I l.m. FAR.s-Camnerdaow to Winchesea .. 15: Co ei to W\inche-ea ". . ... s. T( NIHIIT MAIL. Belfat to Gecelong ifa Camperdavn. Mail Coaches fraun tliefast ass through Camcnper down on 3Iondays. Tuesdays, V iraesdays. Thursdaia . and Frithiys at 11 p.lm., reaching Wiucihe.-ea at 5.30 p.nm. On Sundats leave Camperdown at 1 p.m. reaching Winchelsea at S itp.m. RI:TUII: MAIL C' (OlCIIES Leave Winchelsea lohndl y, Trucidav, Wcdnic-da, Thursday, and Friday at 11_:i p:a.t.sri:s ing at (Ca' perdow in at l.- .t. al. On Sunday leats \Winchelata at 5 a.m., arriI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

New Advertisements. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. GREAT CLEARING SALE OF t DRAPERY, Boots, Grocery, Ironmongery, COMPRISING One of the Larg~st Stocks in the iostern District. BRO WN & C ., Partnership expiring through eflluxion of time, beg to thank the inhabitants of Camperdownand neighboring dis trict, for the very liberal sup port accorded to them, 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 LOt of er? nant3 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 Ink. TERMS during the Sale to be CASH, and all accounts must be paid or arranged for by the 20th inst. SALE TO COMMENCE SATURDAY 3RD MARCH. To Toung Goantlemon whose ESuca tion has been NeglecteL ISHE Principal of a first-class School in 1 the Western District can RECEIVE into his house ONE PUPIL on special terms. Address in the first i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

Auctioneers, Agents. F ISKEN and GIBSON STOCK ANI) STATION AGENTS, MELBOURNE .\ t IALLA.RAT. CLbAR1KiE AND Co., STOCCZ ND SAI REA EROKEES, SG and SS ELIZABETH STREET, M ,Il n W t( I F:. W. M. ýE'rG-SSON, LA ND, ES TAT . S T O C! K COMMISSIO N A;LENT. MANIFOLA .STrI:.H.:ET. CAM PER I)OWN THiOMAS ROA1)lNIT IT ANAD SON Stock and Land Agents, 3100IABOOL-ST'riLET, ; EELONG;. S _ _ "- - - - INANCLI';AL DROKER. W. Xr. a ' nE Ct+.arnoon . Stock, Statioin Estate, And Arbitrator atutor. FINANCIAL -?ROKE R. ANIV. A. STOA.II I W I L I [ A M1 S C O T' T, º AUCTIONEER. Stocattle, Statioheen, Est the Arara each month. GENERAL COM3MIISSION AGENT, And alsobitrator Fiken and ibtor. 's Offices: Mani fold-street. Cand erdon. W.STOCK AD STATION AGENT, A,( TIO. EE, i SHEEP .ND CATTLE ALE~BE\, LL. TIPersLL hons dsrou oly ales ori STOE e abovtte as to thr ruirements so as to Aenricltural Scient sulI. No order to be consides reill be hndino the lert or llur. in each umnth. And also at -Messrs. Fisku;eti anl...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 13 March 1877

The Chronicle.   TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1877. IT cannot be fairly said that Professor Pearson appears to advantage as a can didate for a seat in Parliament. He has, we fear, been made the victim of over-much flattery, and is destined to be as great a failure in politics in Victoria, as he is reported to have been as a small squatter in South Australia, BHi speeches, thanks to reporters, read toltr ably well, but he is no orator, we are told-his delivery being very poor, speak ing, as he does, with a lisp, and findin.r nosmall difficulty in getting out his words at a'l, which it is alike painful iohearand to see. But these are trifling defects com pared with those exhibited at his meeting at Hawthorn on Thurstday evening last, and which might well be passed over, if he came up to the mark as a candidate in other respects. That does not, how ever, appear to be the case, for, apart from the consid ration of his views on politics generally, his deference to the wishes of an ass...

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A SUN IN FLAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

A SUN IN FLA31ES. Strange news has recently reached us from the star d(cpths. \We say news, but in reality the event of which we have just heard must have occurcd muany years, possibly many hundreds of years ago. A star umatde its appearance on 24th November last in the constellation of the Swan, not far from the star lRho of that constellationl. The new- comer was tlhen of the thlird mlagnitude. If a star just beyond the limits of ordinary vision had iuceased in brighbtness uutil it shone as a star of the thirdeuagnitude, that would show that one among the suns which people slace had suddenly blazed out with twenty or thirty times its formner lustre. But in reality something far nilre horrible thanui this would seen to hlave happened. Astronomers have surveyed the heavens far too diligently for a star of even the eighth or ninth magnitude to have escaped their notice where the new star appeared. Argeiander's charts of the heavens alone in clude 324,000 stars, or about a hundred tim...

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COLAC. COLAC, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

COLAC. (FROMO OUR OWN CORRES?rONDET.) CoLAC, March 14. The announcement that Mr. Ower, one of the candidates for Polwarth and South Grenville, was to hold his first meeting in Colac, last Saturday evening, caused a good many electors to a'semble, to hear his political opinions, which were not very straightforward. He failed to tell us which side of the House he meant to sup port. He said he did not believe in Mr. Berry, or Sir James M'Culloch, and the question is, does he intend "if returned," to stand by himself ? He must do some thing like that, 1 think. He stated that he was a thorough liberal, but I failed to see it, and from what I hear, others are of the same mind. But it is not probable that Mr. Ower will see the poll. I heard a conversation between two electers, one a supporter of O'Hea, and the other of Ower, last night, which might prove inter esting to your readers. " A. to B.-S-, O'Hea is coming up on Saturday. B. yes, nothing like striking the iron while it is hot. A. b...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

QUEENSLAND. B?ISBANEs, March 13. The tovernlor left to-day for :yduey, and Sir Mlaurice O'connell has been sworu in as Acting ,,overnor. Twelve wlho!esale houses have been sum monecd for ueglecting the registration of ,pirit licences. The E. and A. Co.'s steamer Killarney' frcm olong Kong the 27th ult., has arrived at Cooktown with 760 Chinese. Captain O'Neil reports his vessel having stranded on a reef through the beacon being down, but was floated off after 250 tons of coal had been thrown overboard. The Brisbane was to leave Hong Kong with 500 Chinese, and another steamer was to follow with 800. A Chinese emigration is expected, in consequence of the reports received from the Chinese of the richness of the Northern goldtields. ADEuAiE, lMarch 13. The Treasurer I-as adopted the plan of calling for tenders for the purchase of his drafts on the agent-general in London at 15 days' sight for £IC0 and upwards. The Adelaide and Suburban Tramway Company have resolved to raise £25,000 of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

New Advertisements. Lislnore Athletic Sports. A MEETING will be held in the School iRoom, Lismore, on Saturday afternoon the 17th inst., at 4 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of ELECTING OFFICERS to take part in the ATHLETIC SPORTS, to be held at the above place on Easter Monday. MAC1(iE NZE BRO4S.' Pure Higinim d Malt Whisky, DALMoRE DIST'I'LLERY. BELL, BRUCIE and CO., AGENTS FOR VIC'TORIA. W. and A. ; I I. ItE 1'S, WINEES AM) SPIRITS. War~mambool A~go:cy. THE undersigned having been appointed ~'GENTS for the above celebrate.l Wines and Spirits, are prepared to supply same at 3Ielhounte Prices, with simple cost of carriage added. PATERSON & Co. Lost.- - Reward. LO OT on Friday night ast, the 9th March, between Cut 'throat Gully ;unotuk, antd Mackinin's Bridge. a lIOGSKIN SADDLE (made by R. J. Bowley of Terang) with whip attached. The above reward will he given to anyone returning t he sanll t e, the- ttice of this pal er. Ja, ?a L JEhI E.1EA, IAIR CUTTEP, B EGS respecttully to...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

S()UTH AUISTRALIA. ADELAu?rE, \larh 14.1 The cable steamer Kangaro, is now en gaged in laying down the shore elnd of the Eastern Extension Telegraph t'.mpany's cable, wlilcti M to connect I'ejliaLig with Lau golo, ziving Id;;licate coIuinmiication be tween India anl Penang. The main cable will be pail out on the arrival of the steamer Hibernia, and it is expected that the work will be conpleted by the 25th inst. Advices lrout Wentworth report the Dar ling tift. above sunmier level. The depth at Bourke is 33tft., and the river is still rising, so that there is no difliculty in steame:t reaching that place. Parliame'it Ilhs been further prorogued till 27th April, and the [House will probably meet about the end of May. The telegram from Governor Cairns states that the embarks fr, m Brisbane to-day. and will take the I'. and 0. steamer from Sydney. arriving in Adelaide on Saturday week. The Actiill Governor, with several mem bers of the Ministry, visited the sunken dre,)g.e Will, ega ye...

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

.INGLISII MAIL TABLE 1877 FitoJ EioLAyus. Leaves Londloni Leaves Lonldon Arrives vin Soutlhuuptni Via Brinldisi. at Melbourne. January 11 IJanuary . 19 March . Febnruary Febtru:rv .!t April . fi March ) rhb . t16 M.ay . 1 .Apri! . 5 ril . 1:1 Mar . Mal- 1;r 1.1 .u i e. 123 hptemv 'e. :.I t br .r. September ' s"te,:,..t" :. N ,ember . 11 October . IS , tNt, . n DI ?.rnbcr . 16 Novi:ml ber 15 N1'ý rr .1 .? n n:a ',1STS 9 I)ecernhber . I:: t.r,,i,,r L1 Flebruary . 4 Lea :a-r.- r i_ ton!Arrives at London Melboun,. i;,r l;r lI:. i,'a Southampton January, . ?S March . 12 March . 19 February 22 Aril . 9 April . . . 16 March . .-22 May 7 3ay • . . 14 April. . 17 Junoe . 4 June . 11 May . . 15 July . 2 July . . Tune . . 12 July . 70 Au ust . . 6 .J.il . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 .,unust . 7 September 24 October. . 1 September . 4 October . 22 October . . 2 October . 4 November 19 November . 26 November . 1 December 17 December . 24 November . 29 January,. 14 January. 1577 21 December. 2...

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MARKETS MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET (BV ELECTrnIC TELECRAPII.) MELBOc RNXE. .March 14. Mcsera. It. Gibson and Co(. reort :-Fat t.ttle- 1,700 to hand, i.rinme qualitie . ,r· e. Sale of all classes suffered frim the vi r upl'y, and a fall of 10 to 20s per head took place. 1e -_,ai 50 f,r different owners, includin~. ! ,:cln ,t: n tatko at Lil 4 6Gd, and J. Calvert'sbul'?,,,. at: L.l 3s. Fat Sh:te -15,0c0 forwarded, cihietit u:diunm to good qualitie. baos for the best were tl.?sk at prices about :d to Is per head lower ithdn iit week. Other sort: sold at a further reduction. Best merino wetheri in brought 14s. We soil 3500 Victorian sheep.

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

-NEW ZEALAN D. WELLINGTON, March 15. Scarlatina is very prevalent at Hoki tika, and one death has occurred daily for several days past. The Rev. ir. Jeffries has delivered a farewell address to his congregation. A presentation of plate is to be made to him.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

QUEENSAN D. BRISB?AE, March 13. IMr. William Mill has been appointed Colonial Secretary, vice IMr. Stewart, re signed.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIREC '. BY SUBMARINE TELE(WRAPH. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN AS$OCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELL1GEŽNCE. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDoN, March 12. Russia has made fresh proposals for collective action by the Powers. Montenegro still persists in her de mands.

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