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ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN V. AUSTRALIA. FOURTH DAY. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) MELBOURNE, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
ALL-Et(OAWL D ELEVEVN r. AUSTRALIA. FOURTH DAY. (Br ELECTRIC TLIEORAPH.) (ASTRAIIA.N ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMIS.) MELBOURNE, March 19. The match between the All-Englan:l Eleven and a combined eleven from Vic toria and New South Wales was resumed and finished on the Melbourne Cricket Ground to-day. The weather was very hot throughout the afternoon, but this however did not prevent a good atten dance of the public. Shortly after 12 o'clock the two not out men Kendall and H edges, took their places at the wickets and the game was then commenced. Both batsmen played steadily and the score soon reached the century. After thi however, when four more runs had been added, Hodges was clean bowled by Lilly white, Kendall carrying out his bat for 17 after exhibiting some neat play. The innings closed for a total of 104, which left the Englishmen 154 to get to win This they failed to do, their second inn. ings only reaching 108, the combined team thus winning the match by 45 runs. The bowling ...
DEATH OF ARCHBISHOP POLDING. (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS) SYDNEY, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
DELA THI OF AR'FBISHIIOP POLDIN;G. (ArSTR.ALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELELRAtMs.J 1 SYONEY, Mtircdh J1 Archbishop Polding died at 7 o'clil;k this? morning, at his res'dence in Victoria street, l)arlinghurst. Most of the shops in the city n ere pa'tially closed during the day. The courts were closed, and the hells of the l",an Catholic and Church of England plactt of worship were tlling. The body of tlt late archbishop was rumoved to the chapel of the Sacred HIeart, where it is ly]eii in state, and will be buried on M.lningay morningin Petersham Ceimetery, after scr ice has beeat performed at the pro-cathe Iral. The late prelate past a restless night, but died peacefully, and almost impercepti?ly. H[is last moments were watchl I by Dr. Vaughan, Dr. Corletti. Dean Hlanley, Dean O'Connell, Prior Dwyer, and Fathers Hayes and Athy. m mm ==, ,,, ,,m
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE. March 17. Mr. W. VVilleneuve Smith intends insti tutiung legal proceedings ';gainst Mr. Fowler for his statements at the meeting at Glen ()-smond on Thursday. At a meeting of the citizens last night motions were carried against free immigra tion as retarding the material interests of the colony, but in favour ,f a system of as sited immigration, in which the iuniirrn a should cJutribute a fourth of the c:,st. Four hundred immigrants arrived yester. day by three v escls, one of which contained ::-0t. AIrltAr:r , btartcl 18, The Willurga would nave 1 itn aintd a night, ltut ir tin accid(nt t( Ilc ltu,, She mill prol ally be afloat on We l'v la Two stacks of hay .re siutk Ly lig, ring this morning at Tlaelnty, uial totalli destioycd. They were valued ait i CO. Atl.Alnlr., \;hc1t ], The Bangalore left (;alle at eight a. n?, ( the 1 lh inst., for Adelaide. In one of 1hr. Villeuleuve Snith?''F i tiot meetings last night, H1r. G. S. Fru?tr, I city merchant, nmove...
Literature. THE "Camperdomn Chronicle," With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THE OFFICE, MAINFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
Literature. THE With which "The HAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is incorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT Th? OFmIC!, MANIFOLD.STREET, CAMPERDOWN. Scsacxtrrlo- Per quarter .. .. .. .. .. e. 6d S, .. .. .. .. s7. 6d. Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears ADvERTISLo- Ordinary Advertisements per inch .. 3s Per Inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in serted for a lengthened period. Advertisements must specify upon the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, or they will be continued until countenuanded, and charged. All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must te in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-day sn Mondays and Thursdays. AGFNTS Melbourne . .. Messrs. Gordon aud Gotch Ballarat .. Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac . Mr. W. J. Green Pirronvaloak ...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
ENGL1FsB MAIL TABLE 1877 Fuost ENGcLAND. Leaves London Leaves London Arives 7f. Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January . 19 March . . 6 February Februar . 1( April . 6 Mah March . . 16 May . . . 1 April . 5 April . . 13 Mfar . . -5 Mi 3 May .. 11 June . . . May 31 June . 8 July . .23 June . 2S5 July . 6 August . . 28 July . t6 Au'ust . 3 September. 18 August . . 23 August 31 October. . 11 September ,o 0September 25 November. 11 October. 1 October . 26 December. 1I ovember . 15 Noverber . January,1978 December . 13 December 21 February . 9 FRaox VICTORIA. Learcs Arrive London Arrives at London Melbourne. Via Brindisi. Via Southampton January, . 25 March . 12 March . . 19 February . 22 April . . 9 April . . . 16 March . . 22 May . . 7 May . . . 14 April . . . 17 June . . 4 June . . 11 Slay . . 15 July . . 2 July . . 9. June . . . 12 July .. :0 A n~ut . . 6 July . . 10 August . :7 September . 3 August . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September . 4 October . 22 Octob...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 17. There is nothing authentic regarding the nl:w Government. It is rumoured that .dr. P.ddington and \hr. Fitzpatrie, for personal r asons, decline to take ~tfie. Mr. D)river i spoken of as the probable Minister of Justice. It raineu very hea\ily all last night; and at 31udgee it rained in torrents for three hours. The rainalli has extended north and south. There was ifty hours' steady rain between Bourae and uCanonbar. Fourteen hundred sheep died at Tumbrie I ungie Rleserve, near DL)ubbo, in two days, from eatini pois,,nous hIrbs. A large number of people of all denomiuna tions were admitted to 'iew the body of Archbishop Pohling t.,-day. Il cons,-quience of the Archbishop's death, tile iestllities observable on St. Patrick's day were sus pended. A youth named Walker gave a leectnre last night, while proifessing to be in a tran:e. S?SNEY', March 18. A Gazette Ectraordtl; ary has been issuedl, which announces the closing of the public ohfices after el...
THE EASTERN QUESTION. LONDON, March, 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
THE EASTERN QUESTION. LO Dos, March, 14. The Cabinet is considering the Russian iproposal for collective action on the part of the powers. If the powers will sign a protocol urging on the Porte the pro grannmme agreed to at the conference, Rlussia will act with them and demobldise her at my. Lord Derby has promised an early decision. LoNDOn, March 15. It is reported that England has ac cepted the principle, but amends the protocol by avoiding the phrases binding ifture action.
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE MAIL LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIREC . BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE NAIL. LosDoN, March 17. The Brindisi mail was delivered on the 12th inst. THE CRISIS IN VICTORIA. L)NDON, March 16. The political crisis in Victoria is re garded hopefully by the Lordon press. The Times remarks that Sir James MI'Culloch and his colleagues must defi nitely adopt either a free trade or a protec tive policy. If the former, they will pro bably be accorded an electoral vote of confidence. But if defeated now, they may feel assured they are marching on to no distant triumph. The Economist thinks that all leading politicians should choose sides on the great question of the day, and bring the present uncertainty to an end.
CRICKET. COBRICO V. COBDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
g COURICO V. COBD)EN. This match took place oin the C'oleni ground on Saturday last, the 17th inst , aid alter a very pleasant game resulted lit a victory for the l'obrico in one ailing, with 29 runs to spare. Ti: ,,'r unt uw:. \try r.ugh, but this did not ,,revin.t , me tall tcoring (i both sides. The unIl,,i here Messrs. .Braithwaite for C' tbden, and \\ li:ng. haun folr (obrico. Thie sclores art- a fo.l lows : L'oitico.-First Innings.. .L Wright. (capt) e E. lD aithwaite, bJ. t;ra th,,t:, 27 }l z dulir e, e an.) b Clarke 3 mtith, i rai- el-,:ire t C. Uramley, b ('larke . " W. iC ,e. i rishop .. i6 W. \ r, b traithwaiae . 37 I. u..,. b B aiith aitc i Gilh'spic, b lraithwaite. p Wt. irrey, iand b Clarke 0 T. Errey, c itramley, b Clarke 0 t. Aidreitts, not out t 0 lbye 7, Le; 1byes 2, "idles 1 1 Total . 131 Coun'Es -First Itnin.sl G. tttiitani, c t mith, b Giilespie 13 T. t li tt, b Gille. pie J. U:aithwaite, b W. Walker . C Clarke, b Wt. Walker .. I' liramler, h Valikcr I 31. wer, ...
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELEOCRNE, March 15. )uears. J. IH. Clonuh and Co. reports WooL--We held our usual weekly sale on Monday !ist, when we offered a catalogue of 235 bales. Prices were firm, at about the rates radioed at our sale last week. The season is now nearly over, the sales bein-g generally held at irregular periods. Sheepskins.-I1 consequence of the races our sales during the week have not been fully attended, and prices are somewhat easier. We have disposed of a large supply as fol lows: - green pelts, 3I to 3s; dry skins, is ?i to 4s dd; and station skins, 4d to 7d per lb. IIides. We have disposed of our usual supply at the following prices, viz :-green ox, IS to 32s; cow, 14s to ds ; Victorian salted. 4d to 4id; New Zealand, we have disposed of a large quantity at 5 d; and calfskins, at 5d per lb. Tallow.-Large quantity offering, in con sequence of which market little eas.er. Inferior, £26 to £"S; mixed. L30 to L32 : beef, L30 to L3110s; and mutton, L33 1s t...