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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, March 14. tessrs. Etterlhank, Eagilestone and Co. Fat Cattle- 1,730 head penned, a Iarge proportion con sisting of second quality and middling beef. Prices of prime pens ruled rather under last week's figures, while second and middling quality receded fully 2s per head. Prime pens bulslcks brought from Lil 10s to L13 If ; good do, fron L9 to Lid I?C; middling and inferior, from Li 10s upoards; cows in propor tion. We sold- O2t) head of bullocks an . cows, to L9 l's. Fat Sheep 15,100 yarded. Last week's rise was not qnite maintained, the reduction en n est lots being about id per head, and second quality and middling oitts receded from Is to Is ,d per head, some being cleared out at auction at low rates. Prime crossbred brought from 17s to lk-, a few extra quality up to Is ; good do, from 15s to ils; best crossbred ewes brought ls : prime merino wethers brou ht fromn 13s to 14s; good do, frim ls to lO9si middling and in ferior from 7s ul.ward. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

Special Advertisements. BARKLY HOUSE, 4 A. PAT ? N, FAMILY DRAP~R; E1 (LA] ((1 :I1. I a D rEfS t t c(t:t: d in rtet- i class style. iiil~A!c g at ;h(it ?1 :s, I: I ??aranted. SMI.' AL : I -' Ef 1(li ( CARPETS, Ai'A.1- GS, & FLCORCL1G' I; S. GEELCNC-. FREE!1HOLI) i'RO3f' T'"ES. 1lT. FEil; .Ut N tha: fr PRIVA'rE , ":, ,E frv ,id ,pr_ rties in the ,arishe, ti ColouIaiic. Liungamite, ,Jan court. Timboon. .rd M,.rtlaký. 31auifo,,i-stre-r. :amtb rti,,wt. liRSt SOE AM) CO., WZQLES.LE IRCNMQNGERS. 1 Collins-street, East, Iron Yard, 213 Elizabeth-street, North MIELBOURNE. NOW SELLING OFF Whole of Retail Stock at GREAT RE DU CTION Previous to re-building. I. W. TAIT, i CCO IUN TA A T, SCOTT STREET, CA MPERI)OWN. Open to engagement to take charge of Station Books, etc. GEORGE GllSON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to W. R. Hill ) Supplies Station medicine chests and sundries Halford's snake-bite syringes Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes...

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The Chronicle. TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

TUESDA i JIARC'II 20, 18;7. ir was Sheridan, we believe, who d filled an " independent member ' to be " a mtember who caunot be depended on."' Tihere is a pungent truth in thlis defini tion which is Hot always characteristic of smart epigrams. Members of Par liament who are frnd of parading their entire independence of all parties, their superiority to all factions, their ,corn of all trivial distinctions-andI who quote Pope's shallow couplet in their public deliverances In moderation placing all mr glory, Whilt Tories call mi Whig, and Whigs a Tory. auch members, it may saely or. takl.n fir granted, are mien not to be deplndtd on by any party. These are th.·- Neuters of the middle way of steering, Neithcr fiuh, nor flesh, nor good red herrinr. whlom Dryden so energelically denounces and who were so caustically dealt withl in a speech made by the Commissioner of Railways during the past session. They are cnming to the front once more. We can trace them in various quarters by means o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN TELE PRAPH LINE. ARINGENMENTS FOR 1876. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND WINCHELSEA. DAY COACH in connection with rail at Winchelsea leaves Camperdown at 8.30 a.m., Colac. 12 noon, arriving at Wipchelsea in time to connect with the train leaving for Geelong. at 3.45 p.m. Leave Win chelsea on atrival of train from Geelong at 11.15 a.nt, due at Colac at 2.30 p.m., due at Camperdown at 6 p.m. FArxa-Camperdown to Winchelsea .. 1?p. Colac to Winchelse .. .. . NIGHT MAIL. Belfast to Geelong ria Camperdown. Mail Coaches from Belfast pass through C(amper down on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 11 p.m., reaching Winchelsea at 6.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdown at 1 p.m. reaching WincheIse at S p.m. RETURN fMAIL COACHES Leave Winchelsea Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday. and Friday at 11.30 p.m., arriving at Cam perdown at 5.45 am. On Sunday leaves Winchelsca at 5 am., arniving at Camperdown at 11.30 a.m. WITH BRANCH LINE TO M5ORTL...

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MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

MIARKETSl MELBOURNE WOOL. TALLOW, AND BIDE MARKET. 31ELBOrtRE, March 14. Messrs. IR. I;oltlsbrough ant (co. report: Wool.-We have not held an auctin leat this week, the quantity ccmino forsard vein, limited. Ou' next sale will be on Monday, the l1th i?st. There i: a cocd inquiry, ard late rates are fairyi maintained S?hepckins.-Our late sales hase been somewhat. de pressed in conrequence of the telegrams respectin. the London wool sales not beini so favourable as could be desired by our fellmongers, but good lota have realised up to about late quotations. Our sa!. are :-relts, Sd to 3s each; Dry Skins, 3d to Sd pt. lb; Butchers' Full-woolled Skins (very few offering), up to 5s each. Bidee.-This misket continues dull, and salesare difficult to make at late rates. We quote: Orthides, from 17t to 27s each : Co-.hldes, 14s to fl d6.i each; Victorian salted, 3d to 4d per lb. 'ew Zealand salted. 4d to ~t per lb. Kancarco Skins.-Inferior and faulty skins are still neglectel. but those in r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

To Yo~ng Gntlemen whose :Inca_ a tion has bzon fN g1ooted. 'nH!' Principal of a first-class School in d I the Western District can R ECEIVE into his house ONE PUPIL on special terms. Address in the first instance, XYZ, care - of proprietor of this paper. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. GREAT CLEARING SALE OF DRAPERY, Boots, Grocery, Ironitnongery, COMPRII'ISISNG Ono of the Lazrgest Stooks in the Western District. BRO WN & CO., Partnership expiring through efiluxion of time, beg to thank the inhabitants of Camiperdownand neighboring dis trict, for the very liberaliup- I 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 Bays Only. A Lot of ORemnants 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 Iaid or arranged for by the 20th...

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MR. W. J. O'HEA AT THE ODFELLOWS HALL, COLAC. March 17th, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

M1R. IV. J. O'HLIE'A AT TIlE ODFEL- i LO WS HALL, COLAC. "of (F'ro.u on ow\ CORES'OSDENT.) March 17th, 1876. Mr. O'Hea one of the candidates for Polwarth and South Grenvrdle, addressed the constituents this evening. There were about 400 persons present. Mr. J. V. Bartlett occupied the chair, and stated, that although taking the chair, he had not pledged himself to either of the liberal candidates at present, ana should not do so until he heard both. He 0 introduced the candidate to the electors. Mr. O'Hea then came forward, and said that when he last addressed them, he promised those of his supporters then present, that he would contest the elec tion in the liberal interest once more, and he, therefore, hoped they would give hint their full support. He alluded to the present crisis as the most important one since constitutional government first came in force. They had to consider whether there was to he a land tax, whie thiler the people were going to occupy the land or sheep. He sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

Drapery. Gl EAT F INAL CLOSING SALE ()F THE S1EAS0"N, .\T 1I131EN E REItUCTIONS. Tile hirilh pre'ur. e at whkh buriness has been wurkd I I is .,. toin A lritat, I .d still c?ntinlues to be, has induced A. CR AW FORD, llT hIIELI, S ~UILI INI GS, ST'URTI' STRELT'', BALLARAT, '.0 make this Great in;il'C'r,-ivE t 'ae a decided rt Iaess. i M1 i0) I: INAIRY I;tltt,AI\S µill betanlertrl in every deparlnlet, :ald wl! meet the ant.; of thtus~anl, f ct. .-trurer who !aiaebeen in the habit of atterdi: tlhe TI' at Annunl i;iearing sa!es oIf irlt 1.ry aid i i; at th;s -it:ali-rlnc:nt, and benefitti- hi the 1 ar-a r:, rwhih ie hheaped a.,outln al celc iii tseery deiar:nt, li. The pr,?ent -cae will i eveI t1o? attrative than lrd1; r, as nu0l s?ltj, e.,ij etttisoIci eIhro utle thanli ordinanly keen, and the :cCsi:iy f, an absolute de termIinat- tot sell g,. ,'i at ilcesi 1hith cannot be eiualkd in the Au-triin i ,In:e is. A. CItAWl\ IILD 1, iul'iv aiVbe to the fact thlat A TE,11PoRAl:Y Lia. I.I.Y 1...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 20 March 1877

DIED. HAMILTON.--On the 18th of March, at   Camperdown, Charlotte Johanna, youngest   daughter of George and Christina Hamilton, aged one year and three months.  

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONG, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

GEELONG STATION P'RODUCE MARKET GEELONG, March 21. M.esrs. Itlehard Mellish and Co. report Sheepskins-We have had the usual attendance of buyers at our sale to-day, but owing to the depressed state of the London wool market, competition was anything Lut lively, and prices were from 3d to dt per skin below last week's. We offered and sold pri vately and by auction, a fair quantity as follows : Best pelts, '2hd to 3)d: medium. dt to Is Sd; int berior, fronm 3d upwards; dry skins, 3~d to 5d per lb. Hides-The tr-de were well represented, and com patition good, prices being slightly in advance of last week. Green, from 3?d to 41d ; salted, to 41d; kip, 4dd ; calf, 4;d to 5hd. GEELONG., March 2O. Me:srs. Geore s~ynlnot aril Co. report : Sheepsk?in--Large attendance of luyers to-day, and we offered over 6b0 skins, Owing to teleor.tphic re ports froln London re ardinu wool sales, plrcer were not quite so tirm as I~st week. and there was a hesi tancy in biddings. Best pelts brought 20d to 28...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

New Advertisements. Lismore Athletic Sports. T HE Athletic Sports, which were to have taken place at Lim n re on Easter Monday, April 2nd, have been POSTPONED until the Queen's Birthday. 24th \,ay. The Programme will app?ar in a future iasue. JAM ES CAR1ThINE2. litn. `e:rwery. ,essrs. Broadhi c t Bros. : C'o,, GENE?RAL CARRIER!S, AND FORWADti'tA;: ;E:NTs, BEG to intimate to the Squatters. Store!,.eper. and General Public of the Western Dietr c:, th.: on t!:e completion of the Raslway to Winchelsea, they will open an offlice there for the Receipt an. i elivery of all Up-country Goods; also for Wool and Produce down. All who favor thenm with their patronage ntas relr on the usual attention to Goods entrusttd to their care. Offices at all Railway Stations, and Agents in all the p:incipal towns of the Colonies. Bills of Ladin; and aond Certifi:ates Cleare). Goods shipped and for' arde I to all parts of the wor'd. Itiverine Land Agenc'y. I)ERSONS des'rous of select'n, in Riveri'a, near E...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

SO'UTH AUNSTRALIA. ADuILAsDE, March 21. Mr. Cairn., the new Governor, will bh sworn in on Saturday imnnediately on hii arrival. Only a snmall proportion of the tenders fir the Treasurer's drafts on Londonl have beent :ccepted, the amounts heint to low. The Governtiment intend establish!in, an immigrant's registration oflice in Alelaile. to assist in getting them enmphjlment. The Treasurer, the Rev..1 as lvall, M\ r. 'Todd, Dr. \Vhittell and 11 r, J. XV. Itake well, M. A., .have been appointed to tine of the vacancies in the Universiiy council. Alfred 1 ickensin, who was cnunitted fir manslaughter in having caused the death of a woi:man by mixiue a wrogl preS.crltiin, has been acquitted tiy the Supreme C .mrt. A small parcel of wh cat has been suld at Ga., atloat ; also 5000 bushels fronithe suith. cast at 5s lid, afloat, with delivery within a month. A1ELAIDE. Mlarch 20. Nice steady rain is falling, and the returns show that it has been very general in the settled districts. Tlefare...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

QUEENSLIAN D. BRIbssANF. Marth 21. In consequence of interruption in the cm?. I,'unicatiotu with Cooktown since Saturday it i, imp,,ible to ascertain the mo?v?ueunt of the Brisbane steamer. BRlis.t, Mlarch '20. The sch. Diamond, timber laden, frolil Pundaberg to Cairns, has bec,,,ie a total wreak, with b tto?n out, near Townssvilo. The vessel had four feet of water in her hold, and the captain ran her ashore. The crew were saved.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

.~NGLISil MAIL TABLE 1877 FROMI ENILAN.I, Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southamptol~ Via Brindisi. it Melbourne. January .11 January . 19 Ilarch 6 February . 9 Februar . 16 April (6 March S March . 16 Ma . a t Apri!. 5 April . 13 1sy . M!& -ll.1 3 May . 11l Jn May 31 .TJune S Jl. "s Jun' .S Jul} . uust . Jl July 26 1 Auust 3 Septemnber 1. August . 23 .\Aaust :I Octohrb. r Ib September _1 September 2S Novem'er. 1' October . IS October . 26 Pecemb-r .1 November 15 November 23 January, ISS 6 December li December 21 February . 9 FROM Y IcroaIA. leaves Arrives London Arrive at London .Melbourne. Via BIrindisi. Via Southampton January, .5 March . 12 March 19 February . 22 April . April . . SMarch 22 May . 7 May . . . April. . 17 June . 4 June . . 11 .lay 15 July . 2 July . . 9 June . 12 July . 0 August . 6 July . . 10 August . 27 September . 3 August . 7 September 24 October . . 1 September. 4 October . 22 October . 29 October . 4 November 19 November .26 November . 1 De...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET MELBOURNE, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

MARKETS'. MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. MIELBOCRNE, Marci. 21. . lers. ii. Ctlson and ('C.. reprltr :-Fat -attl--1300 yarded, nmostly mti\,t ,::' : , only - small pril rtion e o" inrhe i r- last neek'a Ihght ?a,,ionsL, 1, .t. '¼ ,? :-ching IT.11 1is t1 114 1.:; -'rinlc 0 0 ii- 4 n-t"d.t LO to 1.10. Fat Shetp--! , ' ?r i. -:itn ,of lrr:cr tropnrth,,n thin v-,., ,,f .,d alti prime I pridm , pries reet' 1l h1 ' 4 t1. per head. BIes: uacr;iu a1 th,:rs i1. L W .-o ' We Victorian sheep. I1ELDLtrCRNE, March 21. Ettcrl!lank, I:;glehstone and Co. report: Fat Cattle-1,-..a f rward, about 500 of which were -c'od to prime, the balance chiefly second quality and iaiddling beef, Prices fur best pens show an advance on last week's figures of from 1is to 15s per head : medium and second quality met a dull sale at about late rates. Prime pens bullocks brought from L12 to L13 10s; good do, from L9 5 to LI0 1f0s; middling and inferior, from L7 upwards. Best pens cows broughi frem ...

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

EARLiER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. YDPNEY, March 21. The new Government has been completed, and is as follows ;-Mr. Parkes, Premier ; S.\r. 'iddlington, l'reasidrer ; Mr. \Windeyer, Attorney-General; Mr. ioskins, Minister o,f Works ; Mr. Driver, Minister of Lands ; Mr. F. B. ;uttor. Minist-r of Justice; Mr. Samuel, Postmaster-General; and Mr. ' LlIyd, Minister of Mines. The Ministry was not formally announced to the house to night, and will not be sworn in until to-morrow. Mr. lRobertson moved for supply, upon which a debate took place, but eventually supply bill was passed through all its stages in the Assembly, and awaits the concurrence of the Upper House. The populatiun of the colony on the 31st December was 630.000. The Agricultural S ciety's show at West Maitland opened to-day with the large-t / number of exhibits for many ye.rs. y 'he horse-, cattle and sheep were very tine. A young man named Alplin, while work. ing at the gasworks, fell heallng from a s:affoding, a dista...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELtAIDE, March 22. Whippings for unnatural otftinces were ordered by the Supreme Court yester day in two cases by the Judge. The Willunga is likely to be raised in a few days.

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THE EQUITY COSTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

THE EQUITY CO T T. ------------ TO THE EDITOR OF 'rim CIIRONICLE. Sm,--Permit me through the medium of your colunus to ackuowledge receipts to-. wards the above object, of the followil g additional amount~s, and to intimate the t arrangements have been made for the di; jIsal of the monies collected on Saturdm y iext.' James Henderson ... ... £0 5 0 James Maw... ... ... 1 0 0 . .. ,. ours, i &.., C. 1.. WILLIA:: ,,

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HAMPDEN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

I.1AIIPDEN RAC,'IS CLUB. -+-------- The following nominations for the two handicaps to be run at the annual meeting of the above club. to he he'd on the 2nd April, were received up to late last night by the hon. secretary, Mr. William Johnstone. STEEPLECHLAS E. Handicap of £40. J. Gleeson's, bim. Mignionette, by Hlarbinger, 7 years. II. F. Quinn's bg. Mae, aged. William Jolhstone's bg. Grasshopper. H. M. Hearn's Oscar. H. \1. HIearn's rneas. F. A. G. Archer's bg. Wild Dog, aged. II. Gallagher's bin. Maid of the Mist, by Aza Baba, 6 years. HAMPDEN CUP. Handicap of £70. H. Gallagher's bm. Merry Maid, by Panic, aged. H. Gallagher's bg. Finnegan, by Sir John, aged. A. Mackenzie's lm. Transit, by Panic, 4years. Wilinam Ross's ch m. Nell Gwynne, by King Alfred, 6 years tG. Parker's bg. Grab, unknown 4 years. J. Townsend's bg. Jack Sprat, unknown, aged. J. Breen's bg. Index, by Euston, aged. J. 51'Guines'~'s bg. Postman, 4 years. William Johnstone's bg. Quicksilver, by l'auie, 5 years.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877

NEW SOUTH WALES. SDNSEY, March 22. The Ministry were sworn in to-day. They are generally considered weak. The steamer Brisbane arrived at Townsville this morning. All arrangements denote that a cordial reception will be given at Brisbane to Governor Kennedy on his landing on Monday.

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