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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 March 1877

MELBOURNE S'TATION[S PRODUCE MARKET. MIELBOLRNE, March 28. .Mesrs. J. II. Clough and Co. report : Wooi-"?,re have been no wool sales held during the week, as very ltie wool is now coming forward, and the unfavourbleu abl ces-of - thC progress of of the London gales have for the present entirely stopped the enquiry prevailing here a few weeks ago. Sheep skins-Our sales during the week have been fully at tended, but prices are somewhat easier. We quote green pelts at Is to 3ms 8. dry skins, ls 6d to as; sta tion skins, Sid to 6e per lb. Hides-Wehave di.poaed of our usual supply as follows :--Oree ox, 17s to 30' ; cow, 14e to 20s ; Victorian salted, 3Sd to 41d; and of New Zealand we have disposed of a good parcel at 5d per lb; calfskins at 5}d per lb. Tallow-No improve ment in prices, which are for inferior, L20 to L2S per ton; mixed L30 to L ; beef; L30 to r32 ; mutton, L33 10' to L34 15s. Leather-We have sold a large supply as follows :-Crop, 10d to lid; kip, Is 6d to ls I0d: calf, 2...

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. GEELONG, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 March 1877

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET GEELONO, March 27. Mes!rs. Geerge 9ynnot and Co. report s Sheepskins-We had a good attendance of buyers al our sale to-day, and brisk competition for every lot. In consequence of a small supply, only about 2000, prices ruled slightly in advance of last week's rates. Best butchers' skins brought fr m ISd to 32d each; medium ditto, from 12s to 16d; la.hbskins, from 12, to 27d each: station skins, to 7;t per pound. Hides --We offered about 250 hides to-day, but biddingo were not so spirited as last week, and we had to sub mit to a decline in prices. Wet salted brought S3d to id'; g'o?d-cunditioned. to 4Jd ; cal:fkins, 3.d to 41d per pound. Tallow-We souil 0 itAks and pilpe. Statio?- ?rts, finm 1,2S lOs to L'i2; rendered fat, to, ,d ; rough rat, to 21d per peund. GEELONI,. \March 27. .ssrl IlUicklslad andl Burnett report: Bhetlalkin? - There was: a full attendance o buh ere at our sale to- ay, ndl biddins were .spirited, prices being slightiy in advance of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 March 1877

Business Notices. AT CARRON TIMBER YARDS MELBOURNE. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF ( BUILDING MATERIALS At Lowest rates. J. W IGiT AND Co. SPECIAL NOTICE. WILLIAM CAR15LENR INViTES :ie Squtattr - and inhdbitant- of the \WecterIn District to inspect his superior stuck (the largest sthok in the district) of VEHICLES OF F.VIitY VARIETY. Four-in-lha.d lDrags, Sintle at,d Double Buggies, Turnover :':s. Slide SCeat, and Jumlp Stts; Wag gonnettcs, Il.l?lca- W1ag~e~o. ae., Ec., of the very best quality tn -iae at Lowovrr PrIcrs. Alo, Abbot Iti' gies, imngle or double, equal to the be t Imp',rtd. And SE( iOND-IIAND VEHICLES Of Every Description. PI'saaiIse, TRIei.nuG, A.ND REIRL.utlo. The charges at this Establisl'cmnt, taking iit', , n il r:,t:e n the quality of the seorkemanshil.;, i th" mo t rosesinalle in the colhny for all kinds ol ?ok. CARIIAG;E M3ANUFACTOtRY. , 3IALOP STREET, GEELONG. No mere Snoke or Smell ! No Breok :, u of Chiumnes ! S RO V AT ' S ANU CA?'!IIC ."Crcsnoa Lamp, rG;ies the MIos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 March 1877

Literature. THE Wth wUik "7U R AM SDEW GUARDIAN" a * * I,** |IW a ":" 16 PUBLISHED TUESDAY A1D FRIDAY, r1 tIll FOR TH EAlALY MAILS, 1 :AT TIs OCrrrI, MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. ..DvCearnow- r erter .. .. .. .. d. ,, poted .. .. . 7. 6 theTrikb -caW ly-discontinue at the end of a aret, a notic to that eect In writing, ad on *se pmt t o~f *iranarr.' . lsi wirmn- - AdTvtWM e to, per inch .. si ,: PFr ,per quart 1.. .. .. 16 SA immdeeble rmucion tU adertisements are ln -r.i let.-.i p, of"i o thep thsasrefost«isatbaj aref to be inserted, vlU te ontiIsed atil ountunded, and c ed. lSi erdeem for i Oii ii(r atksn, or wthdmwral oeadvetlsemiltb, ni'u be In writing, and should be. t lIn: riot later: thn mid-d'y on Modays! and Thiredaya. S AGETS Mehoaure .. .. Mwer. Gordon uad Gotch allamat . . Mr. W. Gooch on M.. Mr. Henry Franks Coe . .. Mr. W. J. reen Irriyakesk .. t. WeMfcite Trang .. .. Mr. M. Ii g S.. .. Mr. Jame Bishop and Cobd*m "" .. Mr. J. Molycwn x eboarneit .. Mr. C.-H,.Bowker Cri...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. BALLARAT, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 30 March 1877

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. .BALLARAT, March 27. Mes.srs. Joseph Allen and Co. report: Fat Cattl--t29 head were yarded, quality from . medium to good, and a small proportion prime. Buyers mustered strongly, and sal es throughent were animated, at times in advance of last week's opening rate., closing from quotations. Best pens of bullocks yarded, .13 to L16; goo;d, L10 to LI2; medium, LS to Li. The principal averages are :-31r. E. Kirby, 71 ollc-cks, L10 l 21 ; Mr. D. Mackinnon, 71 do, L12 ske; Mr. J. Macdonald, 17 do, Ll014s 10d; Mr. T. Oddie, 18 do, L9 7s, 26 cows, L7 5m; Mr. D. D. Walker, Si cows, SL7 Ia. Fat Calves-4S head were brought forward, a rair number being good. There was a large demand. sad best in made tram 60S to S.? : others from 20s up. Fat Sheep-Id,ti?4 were penned up, a fair proportion being g;Md and useful mutton and some prime. There ds. a large attendance of buyers, and !ales for every thing suitable to trade requirements were tolerably brisk, but at prices sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

Business Notices. AT CARRON TIMBER YARDS IMELBOURNE. EVERY DE.SCRIPTIOS OF C BUILDING MATERIALS At Lowest rates. J. WRIGET AND Co. SPECIAL NOTICE. WILLIAM CAIPENTER TNVITES the Squatters and inhabitants of the wI SWestern District to inspect his suoiriur stock (the be Irrgcst stock in the district) of VI.IICLES OF EVERY VARIETY. ':i:-..-hband Dran, Single and Iull ie Bugies. 7-.I-t: Sustis, Slide Stats. and Jump .Sats; Wag c te:7-:o, EAprcss Waggons, &c., &c., of the very be.: IsI:ty on sale at Low'ES PRICts. Also, Attlc' uggies, single or double, equal to the best rcrid. And SECOND-HAND VEHICLES Of Every Description. PANlTIso, TRiu1IISO, AND RErI'.ilNG,. b, 'Ihe charges at this Establishment, t.hirg itto oBn r!etatiion the quality of the workmnat hl,. are the most reasonable in the colony for all kind' of work. al CARRIAGE MANUFACTuo Y, 01 MALOP STREET, GEELONG. ti No more Smoke or Smell! No I ...kage of Chimneys !i RO WATT'S IA J.IT ANU CAPNIC Eoroseno Lamp, Gives ...

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COUNTERFEITS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

('OUTERKFEIs AURo.AD.--Tihere are counterfeits and imitations abroad whvci are ite;ndcd to trick the conlrnm ity out- if it-l mlonl: at' the expenýc of Australia'a- most popular health beverage; "Uoor,t:o \\OULk'S S~cIIIEI)A Aro,,%ic ltSitari's. .o article. imported or otherwi-e, . ewhich is atleed to. pozcsas s:nil.tr ingrediunt, to it is an:ullt clbe th-':Ia pe1ruicious iumbtug. The plubLic twil bJ gitiIle aecordinigly, and stun the trap.

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FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET. MELBOURNE, Saturday, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

FLO UR, s;LL\IN AND I'iIWVISIUN 31MAI; KET. 3[ELlIhu't:NE, Saturdtay, 3March 24. S? t? ar ldcidv ie <tiier, a very liilch Letter feei:' L_ ,.,n, Ipreta~li I is iweekib thal l.st, when th' , mre .curke ,. Flur i: firmer, and we :c..r ."i o:, ell :re uvidr LIt: 15s, while up to, L14 ii . l fr mnall lrts hI one in-st.l ce, huweire, tw I.?rnn ih t L1 0los wa.vi fitereI and refused fir a line ,1 . ,t. ,Wheat i_ veryv saleable an, and parcel, put , . : rket for c :nle n,otld readily lbe taken up at : tr ,u itt!n if ts 'd. At this figure businiess is re Sed. but buyer- still '. n.upiitheul, uwin.; to there . . litt!e ,tfering. Oats are mving ioff steadily :, tr,.. purps.e Abut 309 bags have been quitted -t :, to :s ld for tine heatr feeding, but cont Sr qualitie- -in he purchased at 3is id to 3is 7d. i r t?,o hnmer some 2,Oun J bushels New Zealand r e. ,'! ...rcl ,if at :i i 4 , to 3 ti?,a, prices which sup S't quo?taitlns. Maize is in -low sale, but trade 'par enl are till a.t ...

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LANGTON V. SYME. THURSDAY'S ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

LANGTON V. SYME. THURSDAY'S ARGUS. The arguments in reference to the case of Langton v. Syme were heard in the Supreme Court yesterday. The plaintiff, it will be remenlbered, claimed damages for an alleged libel on him in the de fendant's newspaper. There were two counts in the declaration-on e alleging the libel to be upon the plaintiff as a member of Parliament, the other alleging it to be on him in his business as an auditor. At the trial the jury gave a verdict for the plaintiff for £250 on the tin st count, and for £750 on the second making a total of £1,000. The defendant had demurred to the second count, con tending ihat as a matter of law the article contained no reflections upon the plain tiff as an auditor, and this point was argued yesterday. The Court was of opinion that, as a matter of technical pleading, the allegation that the libel was upon the plaintiff as " an auditor" could be regarded as surplusage, if the article was a libel upon the plaintiff in any capacity. T...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) ADELAIDE, March 29. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

OiF TIHE ENGLIS HI MIAIL (& T IALIAN .XSSOCIATED F1:ES. TFTLEGtAM;.) AI+ELAILIE. ~March 29). The Ba ingibore arrive,, at '. leel; tilh evcenli ng he left t~alle at a m. n March 11. experiviiced iiiilerate we. tlih. t , i. I lait. ifttr which freshi tra~ite waithi heavy heal sea, to 2;; lat., thence ti~ tie Sundi fine weiather. 'he arrivei at the ýt~nnl ,U t hilt 1 t 10 1.n. ei the 2 ith, ni. i t ,i.t~ eaiither werte cprit pricli t i. 1 Sin thie c+ ,nil 'niurto Is after L a Ix;l. The pwatient '1a .i i-i,,itt+ 'at. .in itten tant. a'it h~r a~ý1n ' et Itcte 2 l ýI the 2nIl hit 'a i- I tit~. l at the ýt'tut dtct 'll all ttt ctidont. A ll the -,!illll+tii ll iit it' ti! tii h il anlwill he kep t tilt t \ll .1:a2":i _ ll 1 loo-+i tre well

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CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN V. CORIO. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

CRICKET. CAMPERDOWN V. CORIO. The return match between the above clubs was played on Saturday on the Corio ground. Thelocal men were captained be Thomas, and the visitors by Cotter. The Corio eleven went to the wickets, and retained possession for several hours, running up the fine score of 224 runs, the wicket prepared by Butt being in splendid condition. Gliddon, by splendid play, nearly succeeded in placing a century to his credit, his contribution fall ing five short of that number. His perform ance cannot be spoken too highly of, as when he was bowled by Henry he had not given a chance. Thomas played a faultess innings for 48, whilst M'Laughlin came out of his shell for 26; Gardiner totted up 12 in his usual style, and Power played nicely for Il. The Camperdown fielding was not alto gether good, the throwing in being especially loose. The Corio eleven, however, when the Camperdown welt to the wickets, fell far short of their opponents' form, and al lowed Colbourn to make 46, wh...

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NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

-NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, mtrch 3fl. There was no appearance of the San Fran. cisco mail at Auckland this evening.. 'cRoK Tow,, April 1. A large vessel under sail, but occasiunally showing smoki, and apparently a steamer disabled, passed the Bay of Islands south. ward at nine this morning. Supposed to bo the mail stc:amer.

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ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877 FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

.YGLISH MAIL TABLE 1S77 FReo EGI.LAsD. LeaveS London Leaves London Arrives via Sauiir nptni Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. Jann! T . 11 tJanuar . 19 March . 3 Februaryr . February 16 April . \Icrch . S I Mrch . Mar May . 3 Anri!. 5 April . 13 May . IMa . 3 Ia}i 11 June. °3 May 31 June $3 uly . 21 June July . 6 unt Julry 26 Au it 1 3 Septemher . 1a Auul t . . u3 Au ust 31 Octohber. 19 Se{ .ýui`_r °_' I September ,,cnemlcr . 1S .u, cr 1 hictober. 26 De:em er 11 N.vember 15 November e 23 J:auary,l1STS 1 pe:e:l;er . 13 December 21 February n 6 FROnn VICTORiA. Lrves . ?Arrires London Arrires at London I ..urne. ria Brindisi. Via Southampton .? iry, .5 March . 12 March . . 19 Febr :ry 22 April . . 9 April . . . 16 farch { 2 May . . 7 May . . . 14 Airl 7 June . . 4 June . . 11 13,"- 15 July . . 2 July . . . 9 . 12 July . . 30 Aurut . . 6 JT[ . 10 August . 27 Septenmber . 3 Autust 7 September 24 October . . r Cte::ber 4 October . 22 October . 29 4 November 19 Novem,.er .26 .`.:v:e er . 1 Decem...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

MELBOUL NE LIVE StOC-,K MlARKET. M3ELBOE RNE, March 2S. lessrs. ~Itr;tford Strettle , Co., report : Fat Cattle -1,031 yardei, chietly of middling quality. The nurket penrdat a slihllt advance on best sorts, and mntinutlso thr:u_.hout the.-:ale Prime bull ck, L12 l' to L14; see nd do, L i n - to L .l L'o; others, LT7; We soldt-:0 for Mr. A. Martin. Lucknw, to L10 10s; and 10 f,,r IMesrs. Corkell and MacGan. Fat Calves--?i forwardn IPrime realers in good demand, but inferior h:trl to quit. test, 45- to tis : second, -b to 40ds; other, from 20s. We sold- for MIr. Geo. Gr.:hamn, t, 5h1; 6 f, r Mr. Farrell. Fat Sheep 17,50? forward; really prime quality easily disposed of at an advance if I, per h.iad; second and ntiddling rrts dull at a decline of c i to 1i. Prime crossbred wethers, 17.: ','_ ; god,, do, Its to l.s ; best merino nethers. 1:i to Lis: ,,tid, 10? td to 11- ld; Lter or, W. We sold-- ;?., merino bethers, for Geo, Graham, Ecq., and lutside, '37a0 fr 1. Grant, Esq. Fat Lunbs -...

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TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

TASMANIA. LAUNCESTON, March 30. The City of Foo Ch w, from Sydney bound to Calcutta, was wrecked on the north-east of Flinders Island in Bass's Straits on 17th March. The crew were taken off the island on Good Friday, and landed safely here to. day.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

SOUTIH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Mar?i 1l. The dredge Willunga was l4un eci ý,ut last night, and steamed to 1,,rt thli, morn. ing. 'he engines are in god order. lThe dredge will be placed ,i the slip mnne-. diately. ADELAIDE, March .2I. The East Melbourne cricke:ers arrived. all well. The following hive been selected to play against them :- J. E. Gooden (capt.), \Vhitridge, Giffen, Goodiellow, Wallace, Phillips, Barnes, H. A. Gooden, Gibbs, Kiug, and Bevan. Regaud (emergency). ,\ heat is quiet and unchanged. ADELAIDE, March 30. The Bangalore sailed at daylight. The passengers were safely transhipped to the hulk Fitzjames, but the mail and good; were lauded.

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A. J. C. AUTUMN MEETING. SYDNEY, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

A.J.C. AUTUM.IN MEETING. SYDNEY, April 2. The weather to-day was beautifully fine for the races, and the attendance was estimated at 12,000 IIURDLES. Goulburn ... ... 1 Quicksilver ... ... 2 Gaffer Grey ... ... 3 Wou by too lengths, after a good race. AUTUMN STAKES. Pride of the Hills... ... 1 Democrat ... ... 2 Sunlight ... ... ... 3 Pride of the Hills went in front at the trainer's stand, and won easily. Time, 2 min. 53? sec. CHAMPAGNE STAKES. Chester ... ... ... 1 Expectation ... ... 2 Royalty ... ... ... 3 Chester remained behind until coming to the straight turn, where he went to the front, and led into the straight, winning easily by six lengths. Time, 1 mmin. 5 1-10 sec. ST. LEGER. Robinson Crusoe, late the Chrys elite Colt ... 1 Adelaide ... ... ... 2 Queen's Head ... ... 3 Tocal also started. After a splendid race, Robinson Crusoe won by about a length, amid considerable excitement. Time, 3 min. 15 see. DONCASTER HANDICAP. Speculation ... ... 1 Laertes ... ... ... 2 Deckwoo...

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KENSINGTON PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

KENSINGTOS PARK RACES. There was a very good attendance at the races to-day. Hurdles-Dwarrolu ; Maiden Plate- B. Shard; Easter Handicap--Activity, 1; Peerless, D2: Dulnas. 3. Won easily. Steeplechase - Electricity, 1; Mickey Free, 2; ounmalong, 3. Han iicap Stockhhlnm, I ; Activity, 2 ; Glenonrmis ton, 3.

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

il?.q' cr:, IMar h 31. The Thaks leaves f,,r Fi lz'v l-!and this afternoon. Captain C' le says that the Thip was in a sinkiug ci.ti ut, . s?,l inote ith. standing that the 1c ni1, wr-i kept going the water was i?akinig at tilc aite of ten inches per hour. I heie w,.c ait hcr provi. sions nor water on b aid. The rurck uI;an which she struck is n,,t n atked up ln the chart, but is situated two miles south yv east of Cambridge Point. Finding the water up to the ash pits in the ?ngi.e-rc in, the cap. tain beached the steamer in All any Island and made repairs as quickly a, I'l .... le. ?lRhsr..ANF March 30. The steamer Thales has arrived at Cook. town, from Hong Kong, with 950 C l?;ese for Cooktown. Owing to a snll se ea-e of small pox, the vessel has been orderei into quarantine. The steamer struck a rick near Cambridge Point, and is making sev inlhe? of water an hour.

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EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877

EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYUNEY, March 31. Heavy rain recommenccd last night, and continues to-day. The Australian Blondin's performance was postponed for a fortnight. A man was run down at Liverpool by a train and killed yesterday. The foll owing nominations have been made for the Bathurst Cup :-- ratis, Dockwood, Ludlow, Premier, Ringwood, Miss Kiiurs ston, Viva, Epsom, Spark, Melbourne. Bur. wood, Coventry, Vict'r, Disraeli, Wool stone, King of the West, Stanhope, Aristo crat, Wrangler, Dilemma, Painter, King fisher, Meteor, lockwood, Sunlight, Robin Hood. A large number of country people are in town for the Easter holidays. SYDNEYx, April 1 The Cheviot, bound to Melbourne, broke her crank shaft off Montague Island yester. day, and was towed back to Sydney to-day by the You Yangs. The Canadian exhibit. have arrived. SYDNEY, MaIch 29. Mr. Lloyd has been returned for New castle unopposed. A deputation from the Good Templars had an interview with Mr. Parkes tn. day fwi...

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