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TASMANIA. HOBARTTOWN, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
TASMANIA. HouiARTTowN. March 23. T!.. revenue of the colony for last year aRnulun Iu to £322,284. There was a ccn siderable increase in the Customs receipts at Launceston, but a decrease at lHobart Town. The inland revenue showrs an increase, but the land revenue a decrease. LArNCeSTsN, March 23. Tau O'Shanter Bay, on the north coast, will be declared a sub-port under the name of Gowvan. IMr. P'ollingtoneo. manager of the City of Hobart Gold Mining Company, has been seriously injured whilt descending a shaft.
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
'NGL`I1i Y AIL1 TMBLE; 1S77 FROM: LN(1.AID. Learvcs TvIrhii Ieavecs Lnnonu Arrives et Snluthanlll!i, Viz I1rizlisi. at Melhournc . Ja~nuryrv 11 Itiuiirv 111 March FF *ru:uy February 6 A1pril S Mrh Mar 1i May S Api Aril 1I Ma -3 MI't ii 1i .i2n May I lfume s lute '26 Junin . ? .IhL 6Ai-1It 2 i.ii tlcr i, _t;m T(iir ' rbc 1 S ) 1 ci .r u r 1:;r". u 6 1uP'!'' I !1 it-h 1 March . . M .l~ 'C . 7 l lay . . .eT 14 Adriir li-ri I I4 tie-r 11 Julu . til '1iu,- · - r 4 u- r 2 le.!r. 4 tc,,rll~er Iit \icmub'h 26 \Nd! I: I Iiecciiher 17 i l cthr i-i l li:+ ; 1"riiirr I ii i'r l ln r . i s
MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
MELBOURNE WOOL, TA LLOW, AND0 HIDE MAUKET. 31ELurOu1: , March21. Mes ra. l. G.(ld1l(%Ir "lh a.nd Co. report: Iool --til '10aIdaI we cit altiuedl 411t bal , chiefl. ltie in fri r tnd ordinary conditiit. A nood at Iteiianee .f nAcet, anId prices r!edit lti tihle s:uae :a. 14t m eek, except for inferior ltot, whikh were a sh 're lower. In all we sold 294 h:Ja; iuterior t ordin:arv reasyt realising d toy; i : ontell belliec 41;1 pct dtto 1;ldl; and 1 ?rediece,1(1to 2114 Ip. i . lheepskins--tur s, -r idot kins haiae been Itc, Iis prices offeretd beig li at, and blyiers showing httle eacen:es to opleratet Qiittitolns:-Pelts, d to 3s id wcII; dir liii, ;d It d per lb. Ilides-This market is ratlher dtll at plresent. Heavy weights re cive ila attention, but inferior andl mediumn hildes are P; xti tL. Ox-hides are worth frotm ls to is each; a i-?iii :, 14s to 'ts each; Victorian salted, td to 4d Ier lt : New Zealanld salted, 4d to 4,dd per lb. Kianga roo Skins--Vie have sold very few durilng ...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 24. The Governor arrived this afternoon, and was sworn in in the Town HIall, at five o'clock. I'There was a large attendance. The corporation presented an address of welcome, and in reply his Excellency saidl that he should take the deepest interest in every. thing connected with the colony. There have been tremendous rains and floods in all parts of the colony. At Moonte nearly six inches of rain have fallen since Monday. A man, with four horses and a dray, was lost in crossing the Rocky River, at Crystal Brook. The amount of Overend and JRbb's con. tract is exclusive of the work done by Government, which is seventeen miles of earthworks, instead of 117,000 worth. The Assam left for Galle at eleven o'clock to-night. Ten thousand bushels of wheat have been sold at equal to is Id, at the Port. AI'ELAIDE, fMarch 23. The hot weather terminated vesterday with a storm of wind and rain, which :was succeeded by steady showers. Heavy floods have occurred in ...
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 23 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
QUEEN SLAND. BRiSBANE. Mlarch 23 Parliament is expected to meet on the 2nd of May. The Cabinet has decidedthat all the U hinese per Brisbane, excelting thso, booked for Brisbane, must be quarantinedat Keppel Bay. Mr. IAmherst has resigned his seat in the Assembly, and Mr. PI'ring is a candidate. The small-pox patient on board the Bris. baneis convalescent, the eruption being ver slight. The man was strictly isolate The steamer had 430 Chinese for Cooktown. and 140 for the other ports. BRISlANE, March 24. A fire broke out in Hughes's grocery store, in Refuge-row. The damage is estimated at £500, which is insured in the Norwich Union. A fireman named Mooney waM seriously burned by the explosion of a cask of ruinm. Mr. Wisker, playing blindfold, won four out of six games of chess last night;
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 23. It is not definitely known yet whether Evans and Spofforth will go to Melbourne to play in the return combination match. The writs for the new elections were issued last night. Opposition against several of the Ministers is spoken of. The German residents yesterday celebrated the birthday of the Emperor William with a concert and a ball. The betting for the Sydney Cup is 100 to 13 Pride of the Hills, and 100 to 10 enaeh Painter, Meteor, Viva, and Deacon. The fields are likely to be large for the meeting, which promises to be a great success. The steamer Tamubaroora, bound from Sydney to Brisbane, struck on a reef on Solitary Island at twenty miuuts to three a.m. 'She got safely into a port at Clarence at eleven, and was able to keep the water under at anchor. No signs of the transit of Vulcan were ob served for the past two days, though a strict watch was kept. It is rumoured to-night that a strong oppo. sition is to be offere...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. LONDON, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECIr. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PREYS9 TELEGRAMS. LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. LoaDooa, March 24. The stock markets are agitated, owing to political suspense during the week. Consols are at 96j. Australian securities are firm. Bank rate is two per cent. discount. Market stronger. Mr. Cairns, Governor of South Aus tralia, and Mr. Fitzherbert, Speaker of the House of Representatives, New Zealand, have been created Knights Commanders of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. The University boat race between Oxford and Cambridge to-day resulted in a dead heat. Austerhtz won the Grand National Steeplechase. Wheat is active. Copper dull. Tin heavy. Arrived- Kent and Jane Mendal, from Melbourne. TIE EASTERN QUESTION. LoNDos, March 19. Sir Henry Elliot has been ordered to re turn to Stamboul. General Ignuatieff, the Russian Envoy, is the guest of Lord Salisbury, at Hatfield. isJNDQs, March 20. Russia proposes an alteration in the amended protocol...
THE LAD THOMAS HENRY SMITH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
THE LAD THOMAS HENRY SMITH. TOI THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. SIR, -Will you kindly allow me to tender through your columns my sincere thanks for the following additional donations, which 1 have received per George Harrison, for the lad Thomas Henry Smith, who lost both his hands through au accident with a reaping machine. Woodlaiids, £1 ; A. D., 5s ; T. D., 5s; R. C., 5S; T. T., 2s; G. H. West, 10s; J. Digaey, 2s 6d; Hampden Juvenile Templars, £2 2s. £4 IIs 8d Yours respectfully, R. YOUNG. Kilmore, March 22, 1877.
THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. LONDON, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. LoSNox, March 19. The Oxford crew are the favorites for the University boat ram this year, TURKISH AFFAIRS. Loasox, March 17. In the Turkish Parliament the speech ad mits the gradual decline of the Empire, ow ing to a disregard of justice, and respect for the laws. The armament had exhausted the treasury, and the reduction of interest had injured the credit of the country. The speech proposes solid guarantees to the creditors, dwells upon the reforms, and hopes that peace will be concluded with Montenegro.
THE COURT. LONDON, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
THE COUUT. LowNos, MARCH 20. The Qneen has received General Igsatieff at Windsor. The Prince and Princess of Wales are cruising in the Mediterranean. A COLONIAL MUSEUM. A nmeeting has been held at the Mansion house to estahlish an Indian and colonial museum. At the meeting held at the Mansion house, the Lord Mayor presiding, with re ference to the establishment of a colonial museum, a deputation was appointed to meet the Premier to request the support of the Government. THE STOCK EXCHANGE. The Hiouse of Commons has approved of a motion f'r a Royal commission of inquiry into the Stock Exchange. THE EASTERN QUESTION. Montenegro waives all demands except Nicksee. THE POPE AND THE ITALIAN GOVERNMENT. The Pope has issued an allocution. violently attacking the italian (Gonvernment. THE IMPERIAL PREROGATIVE. The Imperial assent has been withheld from the Queensland Coolie Emigration Bill. COMMERCIAL. At the copper sales yesterday, 454 tons of Wallaroo cake realised an average of £77; 5S to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
New Advertisements. Frilfiish i n Wil tl le use. 40 and A2, Ii LLI2\S-WlT ET EAST, 31ELBuUiltN . Oppieite Nichubo aini Aachierber.,'s Pan an i Miuse Iain)y WV. II. ROCKE and CU. The Cheapest House IElc Nt i I.c' s III l~c IN THE 1'I'TY Forr, .S 1P . 1. A I N a itr tl 1\ 1 1 ' Il ~lflA i NGii, il:s. sn IUCALLY VJUU IU.SUJByTANTlAL FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE. FL(tt I I T, TL l Ul:clc , l;t t'E~l. ? lrn. iillig tckt ' INDiOW II.LPEIEtIES, LACE CURTAINS, FINE TAULE And Br.i LINEN, At P11IIILTS' . li l PIC'li A TION. GO. MUýAIIAPAIr ii. STIfiET, GEELONG. Autu 1 and 'finter Goods FOR 1877. EVERY DEPAIf CTMFTNT is 111w thoroui hll assorted with all tho LATHI N'vellio for the suson. STUFFS AND FANCY DRESSES. A .eautimil ar itui21t ,f Litear lress in all the NEWEST COLUl>' frin Cl. ti? t. 1 KE m YARD. MANCHESTER AND SCOTCH GOODS. The aivrushitcr lei ,artident is. lw foitkl stockeid with all the IstW anikei in SilE ITINIS, CALICOES FLANNELS, SltTIN S, TICKS, TOWELLINGS, Table Daumsks, white and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
MECIIANICS' HIALL, CAM PERDOWN. AN AMATEUR ENTERTAINMENT, IN AID OF TIHE Funds ofth Mechanics' Institute Will be given in the hball on Thiiirsday 54th April, 187. When will be presented (by members of the Amateur Dramatic Club) Mr. HI. H. Murray's Comic Drama in two acts, entitled CRAMONE PRIG; SOr, The Gude Man of Ballangeich. CnARAcTERs James V.- of Scotland (surnamed the gude-man of Ballaugeich Mr. Stuart Reid James Birkie (of that ilk) Mr. W. Henderson Jock Hlowieson (farmer of Braehead) Mr. W. Scott Tam Maxwell (a young laird)...Mr. Woodley Captain of the King's Guard .. Mr. Selleck Grimes Green oston utliansin Messrs P.W.Tait Jabos Birkie pay 1 A. Scott Master Lindsay (page at Holyrood Mr. W. M'Donald Tibbie Howieson ... ... Mr. A. Knott Marion Howieson (her daughter) Mr. J. M) inald To be followed by .a FARCE, in one act, by J. Ma. Morton, entitled, A TIUMPING LEIACOY. Cu tRACTE-R:S Filippo Geroninmo (Innkeeper) W. Wiggins Jerry Ominous (his nephew) MIr. Woodley Bambogetti .....
AUSTRALIAN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
.-----AUSTRALIAN WOOL. The following letter was addressed to the Argus by Mr. Tlonckton Synnot on Tuesday last, and appearsin Wednesday's issue of that j.ournal :-" Perhaps some of yonr numerous readers may know if the following account of the first shipment of wool to England is correct or not. ft appeared in a Leeds paper, and Idescribes Ie in.trodiction of wool to Yorkshire as being packed in casks, out of which small bhginning has sprung the im -mense trade. 'I his is doubly interesting to Australians at the present mlllclent, when the first shipment of Australian wool to China is now ahnost ready to start by the next Torres Straits mail steamer to Hong Kong, en route for Shanghai, and it will be a fortunate adventure for all these colonies if one twentieth part of the success which fol lowed the Rev. Mr. ldarsden's enterprise should result from the present trial ship ment to China. The following account of the first introduc tion of Australian wool to Yorkshire is copied fromn ...
VICTORIA RAILWAY REFORM ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
1ICTORLD RAILA fY REFUOJ C A &SOCIATIONl. To us railway construction is just now of more interest than railway reform, but we must not overlook the latter, because t the former is as yet denied to us. We t have much pleasure, therefore, in giving publicity to the following, which was agreed to by the Reform Association in r the Town Hail, Ballarat, on the 14thi ultimno, and which has been forward to us by the secretary of the association : - The Association desire. that every earnest c candidate who has the welfare of the Colony at heart, should enrol himself as a member of the Association, or should pledge himself to sustain the cause v hich has been some- t what successfully advocated by the Associa- 3 tion during the past two years. 3 The Railway Reform Association, though 0 not confining their suggestions to the follow- e ing, would recommend :- y FIasT.-That a Board, or Commission be t appointed, to consist of two or three Parlia- il mentary representatives, and two or ...
ARRIVAL OF THE TORRES STRAITS' MAIL (ASTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) COOCKTOWN, March 20 VIA BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
A RR I V A L (IF TIHE TORRES ST1AI'TS' MAIL -----*------ ( tSTRALIAN ASSOCIATIED I'PRESS TELEGRAMSi.) CoocliTows, March 20 VIA BRSIseAsF. The health otlicer went alongside the Bris. lone, and was informed that a passenger ha l died after leaving Hong Kong of disease of the chest Subsequently a stowaway boy was found to be snuffering from smnali-pox. and was then becoming convalescent. 'Pra tique was refused, pending connunnication with Brisbane. Sir A. Kennnedv warmly expostulated against the incarceration of 600 people on such a trivial case. The ntli cials went alongside and received the fumi gated mails. The townspeople had prepared a grand reception to the Governor, erecting arches and decorations. Great dissapoint* mient was felt, especially among the Chinese who had made monster preparations. The corporation and deputations, of Europeans and Chinese presented addresses alongside. Sir A. Kennedy expressed his deep regret at not seeing such an ilmportanIlt place. The Chinese ser...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLAIsIT, March 21. 31cscz'. stratforul strettir & Co., report : Fat She p-l1,;i were penned. Therewas a _owd at tendance of both town iand ucoltr buyers, but the umarke:t oened lailuidly; as sales pre 'ressed, prices improved, and for best iuality a sliaht advance was obtained oil late rates. e quote:- Priume quality, L12 to Lit: _e~-I, do, Li l1s to L11; others, froml tou: cows to LA. Fat Calves --&lt; iardal. f,'r eest sorts biddinzs w're brik hsk. a- 'ia atn adv wance of 3i per heat' on u Iv:-t I1' :ie i tl Punee ruers, l45 to d., 61d; ai ,:, t 1 c" ~theer-, i tli las upaurds. We sold-31e r-. Itown's, tuninthatu's and dale.', at quo-ttiu. Fat P h.ejp--1-',Ul same f.rweird, utrll' .t,! rtirian. We -sid A. drafti t ocrembred notther, at o,;i2- ltiern~a ether , at 12; ,64'4 wethere il rueso '' do d', and 25 ewe, at 114. Fat Lamb--1.i to 2.ta i, 'ld trot prime quality were rea.ily ij i at all advance of is per head on late f2tes i .:11id...
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 27 March 1877
AUSTRAUAAN TELEGRAM.J. tSTKALI A. ASSOCIATED PRESS TEL} RULL5 LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 3rELPOURNE, March 26. In the case of Langton v. Syule to-day, the plaintitff accepted the damages on the second count, and the demurrer was disallon ed. A petition for a dissolution of the bonds of natrimony, on the ground of adultery, was presented to-day by Fanny Mlacartney, against her husband, Dr. Mlacartney, barrister-at-law. In the racing case, Eli Jellett v. Henry Phillips, for breach of warranty of a race-horse, a verdict was given to-day for £190. Two Collingwood larrikins were son tenced to six months' imprisonment to day for creating a disturbance on Satur day night. Chrysolite is first favorite for the Sydney Leger, and Pride of the Hills for the Cup. At an inquest on the body of David Spankie. who was found with his throat cut on Saturday, a verdict was returned to.day that deceased committed suicide while of unsound mind. Breadstuffs are a shade firtmer.