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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
SEW SOUTH \VALES. SYDNEY. March 1i. The Government were defeated last night on `Mr. Paddington's motion by 33 to 27, and to-day they have announced their resignation in consequence of the crisis. The Treasurer has ordered the refund duty of threepence on manufactured tobacco. On the Assembly meeting to-night, Mr Robertson read a note from the Governor which stated that he did not feel justi fied, under all the circumstances, in ac cepting the advice to dissolve the House. The Assembly then adjourned until Tuesday. Archbishop Polding's condition is still unchanged.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
AUS TRAlAL N T'EIEGJA1 S. .USTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, March 15. The Government intend to build the new Law Courts with Tasmanian stone, as the Mount Abrupt stone has been found to be of very inferior quality. The will of the late Mr. Samuel Ramsden, the miller, was proved to-day £1I60,000. A storekeeper at Fitzroy named Lyons, was fined £189 for having over 7001bs of gunpowder on his premises. On the report of the late railway acci dent near Sandhurst being received, thirty of the employees were dismissed. His Ex cellency the Governor was at the West Bourke Show to-day. The ex hibits of horses and cattle were numerous and very good. Breadstuffs still continue dull.
WARRNAMBOOL RACING CLUB. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WARRNAMBOOL, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
WA RRNAMBOOL Rh CrNG CLUB. [B" ELEcrTRI TELEGRAPH.] (FRtol OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. W.Iut.ARnutIt., Matrch 1. The annual mecting in counectiuu with the above club was held to-day, when the attendance was tolerablyi l.ire. the weather being delightfully cool and tine. :.1 the races were well contested, ani the Ii.... ig altogether was a great success. The I ults are as follows : MATIEN PLeT -. Skyscraper Louah C' rrib Bllhe lhi onnet Time, 2 ruin. 511 sec. II.1NDIBAr' li'RDLC ..E a:. Oscar .. ... ... 1 reiector .. .. Balty . 3 I'iotceer fell at the last hlurdld, having t good lead. Time, 5 rain. 14 see. JUNIOR STAKES. Pluto ..... . I Old Times ... Langallac ... .. .. .. 3 Time, 1 mnin. 22 sec. SARl"NA I OO L a'lt'. Adelaider . Stir . . - Time, 3 min. 42 sec. SELLING STAKEI. I:,itman .. .. l onnte rr. ..... ' Native Cat 3 Time, 1mrin. 52 see.
THE POLITICAL CRISIS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) SYDNEY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
TILE POLITICAL CRISIS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TEEII:GRAM,) SYDNEY, March 14. In the Assembly to-night, the Treasurer moved the House into counmittee of supply. A long debate is expected. After the Treasurer had moved that the House go into Comunittee of Suppl), ,lr. Piddington moved his contingent motion, and the debate continued. The G(overn. ment will probably be beaten. The Trea. surer in the Assembly, and Attorney. General and Minister of Justice in the Council, tonight afihrmed that the promise of a dissolution wae unconditional. SYDrNns. March 9. In the Assembly to night, Mr. Robertson stated that after two meetings of the Cabinet in reference to their position, he had waited upon the Governor and informed him of the conclusion wuhich the Ministry had ar. rived at, and asked for a dissolution, and the Governor had expressed his willinguese to comply with the request. It would, therefore, be the duty of the hGovernnecut to ask for the Treasury supplies....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
DIED. WOODWARD. -At Camperdown, on the 15th instant, Catherine the wife of Herbert Woodward, aged 42 years &nbsp; The funeral will leave her late resilence at 3 p.m. this day. Friends please accept this invitation. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
Auctioneers, Agents. F ISK EN and i IBSON STOCK AND STATION AGENTS, ?ILL}olRNE .\tN: A .1: iLLh.AL T. C ,LA II E AN D Co., STQCK _IL exp. E 5RBREQES, Sd and 88 EIZABIETH STREET, MIELl ILtIN E. '!. ii. ' .RGUS, T O N, t'0.11.11 l t'1 . N .1 1E''T'. MAN IF .LD.>TRilT:1', CAMI'ERDO'\VN TI10)l:I.S >OADiKNIGHIT AND SON Stock and Land Agents, MI1iiABD )UL-S1'R lET, TI:( '.,in i :-T LL'i'lly I :E CU. Stock a&d Sº tica Agents, l;().1:KE\ anti vE.NST r, .. . M. . E.. «.G....S.. s. . ACC? )UNT.\ NT. rac tr, r zcitratr, \nc( , I' FINANCIAL BROKER. M.d\IF I.I STREIT. C'.IP:nDOns\N. TILLLIAM SCOTT, AUCTIONEER. Stock, Station, Estate, And GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Arbitrator and Valuator. Otfices : Manifold-street, Camperdown. W. A. STODART, .TCTIONEER, SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMAN, STA WVE I. L, ' TILL hold Monthly Sales of Horses, AI Cattle, and Sheep, at the Ararat A-ricultural Society's Yards. Sales will be held on the last Thursday in each month. And also at Messrs. Fisken and Gib...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
FEAWvIS AND SWIFT, DlSPENSING CHEMISTS, AND 1I'OKTERS OF Air and Water Beds, Invalid Cu(hiou:. Water B3ttles, afns. Trupet ant Tules. E.a-tic tockin: , i.:ttiies' Abtidon.'i Belts, Enemas ihers, ltespirat rs, r ' lP.i t App ' liances. Pulvcrti'cher'. Chains, :ran Silps, "Tru·tses, and SI iCA, AND 1MEDI'CAL APIILNACES ,.:ally for the Sick Room and Invalid. 31 1 URKE tT. . EAST, ?Ii; uiF OUl\E. ar hr., frot cun try recei e ijned:liate attntint. Prescril.t.ai.s * p,.n=e, and i meditcincs ftrwarded per reaturi to ay p'rt of the otlny. CA i PE!tDOWN. i!iceilt F"1rm1 to Let. rýjE I Ni.:I are invited for LEASING U05 Acres of Rich Agricultural and Grazingi LAND, at present in the occupa ti, ocf Messrs. T. and J. Baker, situate in the parish of Taarank, being allotments 41A I :,ni B and J (the pick block of the agricul tur il area of K 'ort Koort tng) for a term of 5, 10, or 15 years from the Ist if April, 1S77. The eacernl half is exceedingly rich, and tena:nt will be allowed to cultivate f...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
GEELONS ? LIVE S'I OU K MARKET. JGEELONG, March 12. Mlesirs. Buclland and Ilurnett report: Fat C.lc-A very i+h..- supply, both as regards number amtd it.;v, :iN ri.-es were exce.dsvely high, takin; the quality .t the It.k in consideration. We sold all thte dttl le arded. 42 head, viz :-"O mte dium quality iattlc, at from L:d 7, d to LS i2. Gd for cow-, and Lt 12- i; fo: hlll ýik- : 13 fair quality light cows, at irtin L; Is 4 to, [ I- tl(i 9 head atfull mar ket rates;total, .". Fat . ih.ep --A i A' rsul ply and prices rather in adn\uce ,I h,-i w -e's for anty good sheep, medimtn quality a l-, i; f:ully up to ;ast week'. rates. We sold i, r l:. Alexander Armatrong. iWarnan?ieen. .11 iaic to good quality ewes and wethers, at lIb fir cru,--oired cwes, and is for mtrino wethers ; for IMr. F. ikin, UOndit, 44 good quality (small) cross-Lred t et!her at h123 rl ; for Mr. Jas. Bell, Imrnside, 215 Iediun quality wethers and ewes; for Mr. 11. Iowe, UOndit, :10 inferir to fair quality eweo ; ...
THE RAILWAY TO BIRREGURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
TIlE RAIL IWA Y TO BIRREGLURRIA. ----+0----- The formal opening of the black line of railway as far as Birregutra took place on I Tuesday, and was carried out veyV success fully. A special train started from (.elonii at totty-tive riuittes past ten ioniveying o er 100 passengers. On arriving at W\\ichel-ea this comllement was increased btl y tlat twnsiip's contingent of visitors and the train conveyed at least 150 persons to tilt Birregurra station. Mr. Jse ih J ,nes, Comnlissi ner of Railways, prceeeded to the township by special trlin, being iacenl panied by Messrs . . F. Blcichr, 1ii.L. C., andJ. M1. GarrattandlJ. 1-. Conm i. . L. A 's Tne Minittcr \ as received at the station with cheers, and shortly aftei wards de livered an excedent speeclh, concudling by formally declaring the line opeln for traltiic. He was then driven in a carriage and pair to the toi nship, which is hali-a- mile distant from the site of the station. Across the road at intervats were erected three trimit pl...
MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. IMELeLBOUNE, March 14. Iessrs. R. :oldlsbrongh and Co. report: WooL-Our sale held to-uay passed off with con siderdble spirit, use?rly every lot in the catalogue comprising 1052 bales-%beve cleared off at rates which compale favouralhly ith late qui tations, con widerisn tha.t m st of the wool off. rcd to-day was oily in ?ordary c?uditioin. (.tcasv realised up tolld., ;ii pricce as give; for a smsall p from Queensland; and ,cc ~:d._ r anm Is. 'd. to Is. 'd. No good lots of Fleece v(c. c..d. Trtal sales sin.e last report, by auction and private contract, , 045 bales. Sheep skills-We have little change to rt pert in the value of Sheepskins. The following quotaticns are obtain able for all coming forward :-Pelts. Ed. to Se, each; Dry Skins, 3d. to 6d1. lier lb.; Butchers' Full woclled up to 5s. 3d. each. liti.- There is a sli;ht decline in tihe value of Hides, owing to the ttu ness cf the home markets. The prices, however, ruling are sttisfactor...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE 31AItI LI ?r:1:LO?G, March 13. Nessrs. Itichard 3Mellish and c'o. report:- Sheepkiu-Afulil attendance of buyers, and although .he late telegram was not favorable, conm:etition was irl-k thruuchout the different sales, and prices if any thi:,g, were in advance of last week's. We sold a uarge quantity at the undertuentioined prices. Full wvouls k 01 d, and by the lb 5}d to dd, laumbskinu Is to Is lid, and to 5}d per lb, pelts is 1d to 2. 5d, medium to 1d to 1d, inferior from ld upwards. Hides fhere was a full attend:nce of the trade, and good comipetitiou for all sorts. We s, Id -Gteen 3id to 4Jd, calf 4d to 4id. Tallow- We sold mixed tendered at 32is d, rough fat 2?Ad to 2d. GEELOOG, MIarch 13. Iteasrs. (George Syinstuet andsl Co. report: Sheepskins-A Iargerattendance of buyers than usual at our sales to-day, when we otlered 4,000 skins; and effected a clearance of all at -lightly higher figures. Best pelts bought 2tO to 34d cacts; medium ditto, 15d to1 S.1d e...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
EAlLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYD. -E, March 13. No change has taken place in Arch bishop Polding's conditionu except increased debility. Sir William Gregory inspected the Dar linghurst Gaol to-day, and expressed much pleasure at the system and cleailiness of the establishment. The Cricket Association to-night con sented to give assistance to the imatci All England v. New South Wales thirteen, but the dates are left open for a conference between Lillywhite and the secretaay of the association. A rich gold-bearing lead was struck to day at the hill, Gulgag. A quantity of Brisbane coal on board the steamer Adela, at Newcastle, caught tire this morning, but was subdued before serious damage was done. Some disputes have arisen lately in refer tnce to the possession of the Stockton Coal Mine, at Newcastle, and to-day the manager of the Co operative Colliery came to Walls end with sixty men and took possession. The racehorse West Australian died on Friday at Kelso, whilst under p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN TELE. SRAPH LINE. IMMWG3MWUT 701 1876. amxxTxcmrs rox me. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. AY COACH In connection with rai at Winchelss Aleaves Camperdown at 30 a.m., Colic, lsnOon, arriving at Winchelsca in time to connect with the train leaving for Geelong. at 3.45 p.m. Leave Win chelaea on atrival of train from Geelong at 11.15 am., due at Colae at 230 p.m., due at Camperdewn at 6 p.m. Fina-Camperdown to Wincheksea .. 15. Colic to Winchelse .. .. a.- a NIGHT MAIL. d Belfast to Geelong ria Camperdown. Mail Coaches from Belfast pass through Camper down on Mondavs, Tuesdays, I ednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 11 p.m., reaching Winchelsea at 6.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdown at 1 p.m. reaching WincheIsca at 8 p.m. RETURN MAIL COACHES Leave Winchelsea Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 11.30 p.m., arriving at Cant perdown at 5.45 a.m. b On Sunday leaves Winchelsea at 5 a.m., arriving at Camperdown at 11.30 am. WITHI B...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
BALLAR AT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, March 13. Messrs. Powers utberford and ('0o. report Fat Cattle :-330 head was the supply, the quality of w?which was if:,,o ? go. t ,rime. We had a fair at tendan e it ibuyer s, who, .. , opening of the s:t'e, bli .r-y freely, and last urel,'.s l.,,,, rates were filly t";,intatine ; but towardI tie cl,,,: pices eased a lit -tle. Best pen of bullocks, to LId 12? Odi Calves. 6 nere penned; they acre r cry small, and tit best made 33s. Sheep.--14,s52 a-rded. Sales were very brisk at last week's prices, wii Ih an upward ten Jenoc. especiaily for prime quality, oh ih was in most de mattd. Best crosslbred wethtrs, to "'_s. 3d; good ditto, 14s 0d to 15s ; best ditto ewes, to 15j id (ad fe "venr prime to "s); best merino wether., i s id to 11s Id; ditto ewes, to 6;?. Launts.-54:1 were to hand; and sold at last week's isuottinn, Iest, to 10s, Foed. Ss to as 6; nmedium, i s vd t., 3 :cd. We sold fr Mr. E. G. ;reeves,r Berrivalrlck, 7.0 merino w es; and f...
WARRNAMBOOL AMATEUR TURF CLUB. WARRNAMBOOL, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
`i AIIINA'.l3lUtjL AMAT'IUR T'I:F CLUlB. A\\'\\rNAMBOOL, March 14. The Wa\rnaambool Amateur Turf tCnb annual races took place tod.iay, at W.,rrntam bool, and were very successful. The ' either was magamticently tine in the morning, but towards evening rain fell, not hlwwever in sufficient quantities to make the course shlppy. One or two of the races were very closely contested, and genr.ine en~thiasmt was shown by the various owners anid their friends in every close race. The foll,,ing are the results of the running : CLUB IR.L"L Seakale .. ... 1 Brittnarte ... . . 2 averly . .. ... . \~Vu by six lengths. Timue-3-min- 5t;sec. MUIUDLE RACE. Pioneer ... . . ... 1 CGutsucker .. Bail .. . .. (lumsucker led to the last hurdle. which he ran round and lost the race. Time 4urin. 20see. LADIES' I'tiZE. Skyscraper ... ... ... I Modesty ... ... Vandermulen \Von by half a length. Time-2nmm. AlseC. NOVEL RACE. Skyscraper ... ... .. 1' Bannockburn ... ' Lord Nelson:.. ... ..i Won by a length. It ...
ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN V. THE COMBINED TEAM. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
ALL-EXGLJAD DELE VEN V. THE COMY~i .1ED TEA31. ----------. By ELEcTruIc TELEGRAPII. (A?USTRALIA ASSOCIATED PRISS TELEGRAM.) 3IELrnorxa. March 15. The match between the All-Encland Eleven and a combnined team of Vie toria and New South Wales was ws corn menced on the Melbourne Cricket Ground to-day before a very lanrge at tendance of spectators. D. Gregry who was elected captain of the com bined team, won the toss, and decided upon going in, Thompson and Horan being the first reip:esentatives. The colonials managed to keep possession of the wickets during the whole of the day, and when the stumps were drawn only six of their wickets had fallen for 166 runs, of which C. Bannerman made 126 not out. lis play all through was a magnificent exhibition, and he quite collared the bowling, no less than seven changes being tried. The fielding of the Englishmen was superb, its special feature being the magnificent catch made by Ulyett at the chain fence which dis posed of Midwinter. The scores ...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 16 March 1877
FRIDA Y, iARCH 16, h 18 7. IN the midst of some 'confin F ts on Tuesday last on Pro[sl sor PE:rsoti' speech at Hawthorll,- .7'hArgu.ss:v..ys: '" It appears to us that Inadowners, both large and small, slould be`plleced on the same footing as regards the rate of any tax imponsed. tih lrjportionate pay-, iments to: the State being reguj*ted solely; by the difference, in;:the area held." This, if we lightly -understngd .our coilteifpoaritry, l tii e naor itt t ee how. we can well .misunderstand him, is. what we have alt alon .be?n arguing for, during the last two vreiis ": mnore, and it is simplicity and justice ini itself. Nor do we see why there should ever have been any departure from this 'prin ciple in any proposals here ftir the im position of a land tax, since that and no other is the principle upotn wl ich we, proceed in the assessment of lafided and household property for local nurposes. There would, indeed, have been ido such departure, either in Mr. Service's, Mr. Berry's, o...
WARRNAMBOOL. WARRNAMBOOL, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
WARRNVAMBOOL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDEcNT.) WARRNASMIBOL, March 17. Our carnival week is over, and a capital week's recreation we have had. The clerk of the weather managed to get my threaten ing telegraphic message just in time, and the fine sky which he considerately furnished had a great deal to do with the success of our gay and festive sports. The Polo match on the Monday, to com mence with, was not marked by any brilliant play, though there was a sensational incedent connected with the game. A collision oc cured on the ground-a fine green flat near the jetty-between two of the players. In the excitement, the ponies of the respective riders cannoned and the result was obvious -a spill. On Tuesday the Grand Caledonian Gather ing took place in the Society's grounds on our beautiful reserve. It is indeed a lovely spot; even the bagpipes sound less objection. able there than in a drawing room. The only attraction was the concourse of people numbering about 3,000. The sports them s...
WARRNAMBOOL RACING CLUB. SECOND DAY. WARRNAMBOOL, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
FWARRXA IMBOOL RACISG CLUB. --------~--- SECOND DAY. 'ARRNAMIBOOL, March 16. The weather to day was tine, but the at tendance was only moderate. The results are as follows. TIE ST. LEGER. Phillips's Adelaide ... ... L Tozer's Palmerston Marquis of Erin .. ... 3 Betting 10 to I on Adelaide, who won in a canter by four lengths. Time 3m. 41.s. TIL EELLING HURDLE RACE. Chirnsidle's Modesty ... ... 1 Gallagher's lMaid of the Mist ... 2 Palmer's Bally ... ... 3 Winifred, Renown, Telegraph, and Barwon also ran. Betting.--Even against Maid of the Mist, 2 to 1 Modesty. Won very easily. Time, 5m. 55s. 'I'IIE IIOTELKEE'ERSt IIANDICAP M'Kenzie's Transit .. ... I Ross's Nell Gwynne .. ... 2 Ml 'Kenzie's President ... 3 Betting.--2 to I against Merrymaid, 3 to 1 Seakale, 5 to 1 Transit. Won e~uily by three lengths; same be tween second ant third; Flirt fourth, Merry maid fifth, Seakale sixth, Grab seventh, Arbutus eight, and Duchess last. Fime, 2m. 34s. Star, whc, had been freely backed for this ...
PREVIOUS DAYS. MELBOURNE, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
PR'lVIOUS DAYS. MELBOURNE, March 16. The match between the representatives of England and Australia was continued on the Melbourne ground to-day before some 2000 or 3000 people, including the Governor. The Victorian innings closed for a total ot 245 runs, and then only with 9 wickets down, Bannerman having had to retire, through having his inuger split open by a swift ball from Ulyett. His score was 165.7 When the stumps were drawn, four of the Englishmen's wickets were down for 109 runs, of which Jupp made 54, not out, and Charlwood 36. MELBOURNE, March 17. The above match was again continued to. day, the attei dance being very much thi same. Tae f s4 innings of t te All England Eleven closed for 196, which left th?ti i9 behind the colonials, and the latter in their second innings have lost 9 wickets for S3 runs. Jupp increased his previous day's score of 54 to 63, and Bill hit freely for 35 not out, and saved the Englishmen the necessity of following their innings. For the Austral...