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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
AUSTRALIAN TEL EGRAMIS, tUSTRBLIAN A5GOCIATEI) PREss TELEG RAbIS LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 1 l,,oUe:n , March 22. The Assam, which left to day, took gold and specio valued at £470,460, and a large number of passengers, includidl Sir William Gregory. Mr. Cairns proceeds to Adelaide to morrow. On the case of the man named Porter, whose body was found in a quarry-hole at Carlton, with the skull fractured, an inquest has been held, and it was ad journed until Wednesday next fior fr ther inquiry. Communication was resumed on the Port Darwin line. Thomas Rowley, an insolvent, who had been sentencedbytheJudge to-day, we a dis. charged to-day by the full court on a point of practice. The Governor was present at the Hor ticultural Show at the Town Ball to-day, The exhibition of fruit was magnificent. A man named Middleton, a tailor, ha a committed suicide at St. Kilda. Painter, and Meteor are stroug favor. ites for the Sydney Cup. Wheat is a shade firmer. More buyers. No alteration in prices.
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
LOCAL LAND BOARD. The usual monthly Local Land Board was held at Canmperdown yesterday, he mem. bers in attendance being Messrs. Puckle Megson. The following applications for and land were dealt with : SECTION 19. James Hurley part allot. 44, Pomborueit. 112 acres:-Hccommended. John M'lnnes, Cooriejoug, 260 acres: Recommended. William Garvie, Cooriejong, SO acres- Recommended. William Coombs, part allot. 3As, sec.:- 16, Ecklin, 176 acres I rood, 8 perches : Recommended. SECTION 49. James Bennet, Darlington, 20 acres: Recommended. SECTION 47. JohnMurphy, Pomborneit East, 3 acres : Recommended. SPECIAL CASES. Geo. Ploughman applied for sale of his 49th holding, parish of Tandarook, contai n ing 10 acres. As the condition of the Act had been fully complied with the Board recom menied the land for sale at an upset price of £3 per acre. Geo. Grayland to show cause why his 19th section holding of 100 acres, parish of Cooriejong should not be forfeited. Gray land appeared and stated that t...
LISMORE V. DERINALLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
LISMORIE V. rI)illNALLUM, On Saturday last a cricket nmatch was played at Lismiore between pl:hyers from the Derinallum State school and the Lismore State School. 'Thle result was as follows: Lisnmore DorIinallum 1st Innings .. 94 1st Innings .. 23 2od i , S 2 ...nd .. 54 Total ... 179 Total ... 77 Lbsmore won by 102 runs. The hn.hest sc rers were -For Lismore, C. Taylor, 33; for Derinalium,. F. Taylor. 20.
CRICKET. TERANG V. CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
CRICKET. ------ ---- TERANG V. CAMPERDOWN. The conquering match between these two club , was played on the local ground on \YWednesday last, and re-ulted in another disastrous defeat for the Terang cricketers, by 104 runs and five wickets.to fall. The visitors team if anything was worse than the last, and they had again to play sub sutites, through someof them not turning up. The Terang were sent in first, Finlay and Hoggart being their first lepresentaeive. The bowline being entrusted to P. Tait, whi in his second over clean bowled Hoggart a:"tr hl had made one off Henry's first. TIaylor who was next, added three to the :-ore and then succumbed to Henry. A short stand was then made by Howison and Finlay. The former of whom was scoring ralidly. When the score had reached 15, however, a separation was made by Henry, bowling Finlay whio had put together 7 by inice play. Quinn and Anson, the next men were each disposed of without adding to the score, the former being run out, and the i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
Business Notices. Who's Your Hatter? YE; O M AN S, OF COURSE, Corner cf Eastern Arcade, BOURKE S'l'ITEETL, MELBOURNE. GIVE In. t C'ALL 5t11L5 I. TOWN. Intimation. LAVING very much iunreirt-d our premises for the urlpose of additu i, ther B;ranches, we beg to keeplefore our Customer,, i;lt the Public generally, the fact that the followirg Dl artmnents are at all time !'erfectly stocked ; irtm which otlders can be ec:cute'! at the shortest not:ce : 3IILLL'FI:Y 3A TL..s Siiis frb, IHuIEI?IY GLOVES L.acs t'Es's MErcERt" Dnrses I aLr'Ea? . " iWoo'L E. CARPErS Every Description of Furnitare. TAILORING CONDUCTED BY COMPETENT CUTTERS. L'resnmaking in all its tranchr-. The TOGCli, we venture to s;y, i- the M1OST PER I'TLT 1. THE COLONY. and Vuit"'r" to Melbourne are repcctfu!lv invited to inI-oect it, as we are coL tident the value cannot be equalled. Pattcrnis , n applicwation, FRIEE. Ordeirs ac. plnllied ith rleitaii?e otr tolin refer :ince will hats. iirediatd te a tt ?it. .tIi'ON AN: ) I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
B ARKLY HOUSE, i C A. PATON, FAMILY DRAPER, MOORABOOL STREET, GEELONG. DOressmaaing executed in first. class style. Tail?ring at lowest prices, fit c guaranteed. YIENS' AND BOYS' CLOTNING, CARPETS, MATTINGS, & FLOORCLOTHS. GEELONG. 1. W. TA IT, ACCOUNTANT, SCOT) STREET, CA MbPERDOW'N. Open to engagement to take charge of Station Books, etc. GEORGE GIBSON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to W. R. Hill), Supplies- Station medicine chests and asundries Halford's snake-bite syringes Air and water beds, cushions, &c. Pure English Strychnine. Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by return post. werasear rioupe Special Advertisements. T. HANCOCK, Solicitor, rroctcr, and Ccuveyancor HMURRAY-STREET, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. DR. PETTIGREW, PHYSICIAN, SUIGEON, AND PUBLIC VACCINATOR, CHURCIH STREET, CAMPERDCWN. Home for Consultation-Morning, from 9 to 10.30; Evening. from 6 to 8. FREEIIOLD PROPERTIES. WV M. FE RGUSSON has for PRIVATE *SALE freehold properties i...
GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. GEELONG, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
GEELUNG LIVE STUCK MARKET. (;EELu,,N , iarch 19. Mtessr". ilci.lolla lnda IUrneit report: Fat Cattle --~ a, -it -upphl. ; head, aItld ipries hi adlr?l e l, la:t ter r Itt. , t il:lll f [lhe trade n t being able to ul,ply thleui ilte-. We -old 3i healt of go¢od quality light-weight bulick:, at fr~nl LT to LIf ac i1l, aerage L.10 l 1m; 2) head at fuill ini kt rates. .Me alio sold, otl±lde. tl head cows anid bullocks. t0ota, 75. F?it SI-elp--A inlernate number of good eheep wardei, and prices quite equal to those ruling last week, denlaqld 1liig gl ol. .We sold 50S prime quality merinu, wes, at ?s ; 20 idiu?mll to good quality wetlhers, at 8 to iZr ilnerinoe, and at Ws Pd for cro... .roti; alld ; :'1cand iw;the t for a graier, at from si to 145 t t. 'Ital tOlL Fat (Clies- Ntll yarded; there i fair detland for .oud quality. Fat lambs--The season, bei, ia ? a z ced sales are not ovra brisk, and a small numuber urlices ts till the mar s 3d to a 3d. StTre Sock lhere tu slight enquiryk for ...
FREE TRADE V. PROTECTION. COMMUNICATED. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
FREE TRA DER . ROTECTION. COMMUNICATED. It is curious to read the different opinions our candidates for political honors offer to us from the same kind of reading. One reads Bright, and another, free trade leaders, and proves from them the truth of free trade. Another-for in stance-at Colao lately, reads Bright, Cob den, Mill, and then arrives at the astound ing conclusion, that moderate protection is the panacea for all evils. I haive lately read a letter from John Bright, to the Free Trade Club of Boston, America, where he thanks them for elect ing him an honorary member. He says, " Protection has on it the taint of slavery. It does notstealthe laborer, but it steals his laborsit tskes it cruelly, it lessens its re sults and its prolite, and turns it into channels less useful to the laborer." Thus, if that candidate at Colac, hasread B3right aright, he believes in moderate cruelty, in moderate stealing of the labors of the laborer, in fact he believes in mode rate slavery. It is a...
WARRANAMBOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. WARRNAMBOOL, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
WARRNAhVMtOP . l?IVE STOCK MARKET. WA.nAYIA OOL, March 19. .?#e~.sr. frepbunrn. L.ron:trd, and Rugg res.rt :--We were supplied with stock of every description. There w:s a large attendance of pur chssers, who afected a clearance as an earl hour. We have a huyer for ft cattle, and shall be glad to receive immediate advicos of any for sale :a they would be inspected at once. Fat and store sheed remain at late quotations. The attention of our friends is drawn to the annexed large number of pri vate sales effected during the last fornight in fat sheep, and as our buyer is still in the market, he would in spect any l ts offered wiihin a few days. Pige are wanted for bacon purposes at the highest current rates. Porkers, first quality, are making iltcressed prices. Stores, larce framed, sold well; we have a purchaser at market rates fir from SO t1. 100. In milch cows and working bullocks we have no altera. tion to rtote. Quotations-Cattle-Fat bullocks, llght weights, 3 and 4 years old, to ...
SALE OF MR. JOSEPH WARE'S PURE SHORTHORNS. FISKEN AND GIBSON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
SALE OF JIR. JOSEPH WA-RE'S ' PURE SI/OR THORNS. e FISKEN AND GIBSON'S REPORT. i The sale of the MIinjah Shorthorns (Mr. J. Ware's) was held at the show-yards, tWarrnambool, on Saturday, the 17thi instant, and, notwithstanding the many 1 counter attr..ctions during the race week, was largely attended. This was, no doubt, due to the high reputation of the M1injah Herd, which is one of the oldest and purest in the colony; having been established in 1S4 by thie purchase of 50 picked heifers from the Messrs. Bolden, and since then c continuously improved by the importation of the best blood procurable in England. i The lots included 12 y rung bulis, 5 pedigree V heifers, and 9i sel, cted cows and heifers. The younz bulls had been handled and housed, and attracted considerable atten ion. The cows and heifers had not been handled, but were taken direct from the 1 Mlinjah pastures to the saleyards. All the cattle showed high quality, and excited very active competition. It is Mr. Ware's in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
Literature. THE With which " The IIAMPDEN GUARDIAN" is ineorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, AT THE OFFICE, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDDOWN. Sr lC I PTlO,- Per quarter .. .. .. .. 6s. 6d. 7s. 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 ADVERTISING Ordinary Advertisemlents, per inch .. 3a Per inch, per quarter .. ... . 15s A considerable reduction if advertisements are in terted 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 countermanded, and charged. b All orders for insertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must be in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-day on Mondays and Thursdays. AGFNTS .Melbourne .. .. Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballarat .. . Mr. W. Gooch Geelong .. Mr. Henry Franks Colac . Mr. W. J. Green Pirronyaloakc .. Mr...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
BALLAIRAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. B.LLIRAT, JMarch 20. .es.rs. Joseph Allen antl Co. report:-Fat Cattle-274 head were yarded, quality ranging from medium to good, with only one or two pens of prime. There was a full attendance of buyers, and the market opened witl considerable briskness at fully last week's rates, but towards the close prices declined fully 0l per head. The principal averages are:--Messrs. C. and A. Finlay, 45 bollekic, L12 ., 2d; 17 cows, L6 16ts ti : Mr. LD. ?1'Williams, 61 bullocks, L10 19s ;d : Mr. C. P'odger, 31 bullocks. L10 10s d lessrs. W. T. and C. Allen, 31 bullocks, LS 15s i. We sold-40 for Messrs. W. T. and C. Allen, Colantet, bullocks to Lil 5s.s cows to 1 7 . cc f, iur Messrs. Trotter and Roacih, to LS. Fat Calves- I24 pennedup. There was a yern brisk demand for everything, ap reaching good quality at high rates. We .old-3 ior Mr. 31';arvre, 'antLdonreit, frmn 40s t~ 45I. 1 for lMr. Bridge; at 34:. Fat sleepl--I6.36 were Lrough; foreard. a rtrer propl'rtion...
The Chronicle. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1S27. IT was by the merest chance that our first leader on Tuesday last was such a perfect echo of the adlvice tendered by The Times and Economist in our dirct London telegram of that day, and not at all intentional. The faet is, that our article was in type some hours betfre that telegram reached us, but thllecoin cideuce is none the less strikinu, an6di what those journals say as to the im portance of our choosing sides at this juncture is n11ooe the less dtlseiving of notice. We want ?no " trinmlllrs,"' 'ither of the P-ars.on, or of the Duffv type, at what those journ-als are pleaCed to con sitlder a ' crisis" in our political history, but Ien who will speak out boldly ont all the great questions of the day, and risk something in defence of their opinions. On the question of free trade versus protection in particular, the can didates on both sides should speak boldly, and suppose the free traders io he beaten all along the line, as the pro tettn sts declare they...
CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 22ND, 1877. Before E. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M., W. Ower, Esq., J.P., and John Walls, Esq., J.P. SUPPLYING ABORIGINAL WITH DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 23 March 1877
CAMPERDOWN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, MARCH 22ND, 1877. Before E. H. Puckle, Esq., P.M., W. Ower, Esq., J.P., and John Walls, Esq., J.P., SUPPLYlNG ABORIGINAL WITH DRINK. Police v. 31. Neylon and Mrs. 31 Donald. For illegally supplying an aboriginal, named Charlie with drink. Mr. Knott, who appeared for the defence in Mr. ;Neylon's case, in opening the case, took the following objections to the sum mons. 1st. That it did not disclose any offence, nor did -it follow the form of the Act, inasmuch as the word giving was used instead of supplying. 2nd. That there was no prosecutor's name mentioned on the summons. And 3rdly, that the police had no locus standi in the matter, in asmuch as under the Act .it must be the Board of the local committee, or the local guardian, who had to prosecute. The Bench thought, inthefirst objection, the wordgiving as in the summons was equivalent to sup plying. (The summons was, however, amended on the application of Constable Sinnot.) They overruled the 2nd ...
ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
AD FicE TO YOUNG 3IEN. President Porter of Yale College gave the following advice to the students of that institution. Young men, you are the architects of your own strcngth of body and soul; take for your star self reliance, faith, honesty, and industry ; inscribe on your banner, luck is a fool, pluck is a hero. Don't take too much ad vice, keep at your helm, steer your own ship, and remember the great art of commanding is to take a fair share of the work. Don't practice too much humility, think well of yourself, strike out, assume your own own position; put potatoes in your cart over a rough road and the small ones go to the bottom; rise above the envious and jealous, firs above the mark you intuend to hit; energy, invincible de termination, with a right motive, are the levers that move the work; don't drink, don't chew, don't swear, don't read novels, don't marry until you can support a wife, be in earnest, be self-reliant. be generous, be civil, read the papers, adver tise your ...
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
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CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN SECOND ELEVEN V. COBRICO. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
CRICKET. CAMPERDOWKN SECOND ELEVEN V. COBIUCO. This match was played on the local ground on Saturday last, and resulted in a defeat of the visitors in one innings and 34 runs to spare. The wicket was iu 2exicellent order, but rain which caine down in the middle of the second eleven's innings, soon made the ground very slippery and caused a short re tiremnent. The Camperdown who had alto gether a very weak team made 121, Neylon. (64, Howell 19, Allen 13 and Hyde S, being top seores, the first named carrying out his bat after playing a careful and very good innings, and without giving a single chance. The visitors, who were assisted by T. Colbouln in their tirst innings, could only put together 17. Cole with 10, and the two Walkers with 2 aud.1, were the only ones who scored, all the others having the inevitable "duck egg" affixed to their names. Their second innings however, was great improvement, D. S. Walker hitting out well for 33. Fussel and Bowycr divided the bowling honors. Sub...
HAMPDEN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
IIAJIMPDL RACING CLUB. -----e- --- The following are the weights declared for the two principal events, in the meeting o the abovel Club, to be held on 2nd April. IHAM1PDEN CUP. st .lb. Transit .. ... ... S 5 Merry Maid. ... ...S 4 Index ... ... ... 8 0 Nell Gwynne... S 0 Postman ..... ... 7 7 Finnigan ... ... ... 7 Jack Sprat ... ... ... 7 3 QuiceKsilver .. ... ... 7 0 Grab ... ... ... 6 7 HIANDICAP STEEPLECHASE.. st lb ;Eneas . .. .11 7 Mac ... ... ... 10 9 Oscar ... ... ... 10 7 (Grasshopper... ... 10 2 Maid of the Mist ... ... 10 2 lignionette .. 10 '! Wild Dog ... 9 10 Owners of the above horses aie reminded that the acceptances for these two events, should be lodged with the Secretary, not later than S p.m. on the night of general entry, Saturday, 31st March.