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AUSTRALIA V. ENGLAND. SECOND DAY. MELBOURNE, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
A .lSTJALI A F. EXGLA XD. 13v ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. SECOND DAY. 31ELBOURNE, Apr:1 2. The cricket match was resumed to-day, and there was a very large attendance in all parts. The Englishmen continued their innings, and remained batting all day on the splendid wicket prepared, qnd completely conquered the bowling. ALL EN;LAN?Dx--ifrst Innings. Jupp, b Kendall ... ... ... 0 Shaw, st Blackham, b Spofforth ... 1 Charlwood, c Kelly, b Kendall ... 14 Greenwood, b Hodges ... ... 49 'elby, b Kendall ... ... ... Ulyett, b Spofforth ... ... ... 52 Enmmett, c Kendall, b Spoffirth ... 48 Hill nrun out ... ... ... 49 Armitage, c Thompson, b Midwinter ... 21 Lillywliite, not out ... ... ... 2 Southerton, c Thompioa, b Kendall ... 0 Sundries ... .. ... 1S Total ... ... ... 261 The game will be played out. FIRST DAY. IMELBOURSE, March 31. The return match between the Australian eleven and the All England eleven, was cam - menced to-day before a large number of spectators. T1'e Australians made 122, a...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS DIRECT. REUTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE PRINCE OF WALES. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
EUROPEAN T'ELEGRAMS DIREC r. BY SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH. RECTER'S AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. THE PRINCE OF WALES. LojDON, March 2S. The Prince of Wales is recovering. THE EASTERN QUESTION. LonDON, MARCu 29. The newspapers are not sanguine as to the result of the negotiations with Russia. The Cabinet continues the negotiations with Russia, but Turkey repudiates foreign intervention. LoNDoN, March 30. The Cabinet have resolved to sign the amended protocol presented by Russia, but will regard it as nugatory in the case of failure to demobilise. LoNDoN, March 31. MIr. Layard has been temporarily ordered to Stamboul. The address in reply to the Sultan's speech in the Turkish Parliament has been voted by the Chambers. It opposes all claims to territory, and approves the re jection of the proposals of the conference. THE TRANSVAAL REPUBLIC. LoNDos, March 31. The annexation of the Transvaal is re jected. THE MAILS. LosDoN, 'March 29. The mails ria San Francisco were delivered on the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
Special Advertisements. BIS.OE AND CO., WHO L:SALE IRO MO ONGE RS. 11 Cllinws-treet, East, Iron '.ril, 243 Elizal eth-street. *N rth 31:EL! BO1 'INE. NOW SELLING OFF Whi le of Retail Stock at GREAT R E DU C T ION Previous to re-building. BARKLY HOUSE, A. PATON , FAMILY DRAPER, MiOO1RABOOL STREET S(;EELONG. Dressmaking executed in first. ee class style. r Taiiloring at lowest prices, fit I [ guaratnteed. M E.IE.? AND I:OS' CLOTIlNG, CARPETS, MATTINGS, & FLOORCLOTHS. GEELONG. IZ. W. TAIT, St 4': (' 4 " ''a N T, SCJ'T ST'EET, CA MP EDO1)0OW N. FIREEHlOLi) PROi'PEITIES. W T MI. FE R:( ;l SS , N has for PRIVATE S SALE freehi lId properties in the parishes of Coloht, lac. Elingamite, Jan conrt. Timboon. and Mortlake. Manifold-street, Camperdown. IYNTED. W ANTED tot IENT a PROPERTY in Victoria i 3,000 to 5,000 acres, with house. Apply to New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, 26 Queen-stret, Melbourne. IT. llAN COCK, Solicitor, Proctor, and Ccnveyancer M L'RunaA-S...
MR. CONNOR AT THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
.IR. CONIOR AT TIlE ODDFEL. LO IWS' HALL, COLAC. M1r. J. I1. Connor, vtho seeks re-election as tl:e parliamentary representative for Pol warth and South Grenville, addressed thleelec tors at the Oddfellows'hall, Colac, on Thursday evenieg. The hall was crowded, and the i chair was occupied by MIr. J. Ml'Laughlinu, late president of the shire. f 1\r. Connor, who was received with ap- c plause, said he felt it his duty to appear t before the electors forthe purpose of affording n them an opportunity of reviewing his past i conduct, before he returned to them the high and honorable trust they had re posed in him. They would lemeumber that the leading lquestion submitted to the last Parliament was Ci ustitutional Reform, and *'1iat was the great question at the last h general election. The thin government, in t which Mr. Francis was the Chief Secretary, c introduced a measure to this effect. He t had told the electors that this measure would a not pass into law, fir it was a scheme that...
The Chronicle. TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
TUEESDA Y, APRIL $, 1S77. A TRUCE to politics, local and general, as a rule, for one day. It would oniy be throwing away tittlme just now to write at length about them, then people's minds are filled with so much el.e. First, there is the English news-which is far from unimportant on this occasion- to occupy a share of the attention of the pubiic. Then, there is the dissolution of the present parliament, and the fixing of the days for the issue of the writs fair a new parliament, with the nomination and polling days, to be thought of. Next, there is what has taken place in differ ent parts of the colony, in the shape of cricketing, boating, sham fighting, and other out-of-duor sports and amusements, during the last two or three dlays, to be conned over. And last, but not least, in the opinion of many, there is the Hlampden Racing Club's meeting yes terday, which drew such crowds from all quarters, and which is still lingering in the recollection of large numbers, to be noted. The fo...
GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
Hier Majesty, wht i in m cxeiilb. hlt.a,:h, rcturtned t Osb tlrne ,tl tit atu. r i ii,,pn. ing Parliannc t in the ,ýh. i te ' - arrived at ltickin hatm-alaie oni tlit !re cc ting tlay. The Ci?li?s iEutrys were rt.:e sentt i t, Ltti by Nir Thinca \ ale. The Prlice and t'rucc's ,f \'.alfe x re :ireseilt i: te t '.arliani ti The ei'rce. In blii ilf ifHer Maj ! i, ii the ti'lst 1rt ' ttih ti s o vi- csterdail . t iil . !iik and Duchess of Edt?t'nr:gh have , .tE'.. .i t, Malta u'?tu A\thens. TI, it lluk d ci('L?n !,,:cL t et with a sligt ith a n ciit lt ut hen ii , i? in Ireland, Iady Luoi1 ,we,'i. ,or.- . .,;n;an.g out ali kicking thie uke on ti.. 1. iei injury wsa no: SeItiu-, aI1 hI e jil'ic again the next day. The Rev. Elwa:ld B:ck:rsath i- ikei tl ie the LeW hilhop oIf :lchit( rc, ra?ti?ht upon Dr. Claughto's tra::sfer t , te e..: f St. Albaus. The Hatcham case is etill unsett ld. Ti:e patishtioners who toolk action aa:nst Mr. fotih are quit. willing that he shall , ri - leased frim...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
Literature. THE "Q ampthdon Odronide," With which " Thc IAMPDEN GUARDIAN" R Is incorporated IS PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, a IN TIME FOR THE EARLY MAILS, c AT THE OFFICE, in MANIFOLD-STREET, CAMPERDOWN. tiy set 8secirTlos- ins Per quarter .... .... . 6d. T posted .. .. .. 7s. Gd. con Subscribers can only discontinue at the end of a one quarter, on a notice to that effect in writing, and on the payment of all arrears ADVERTISING Ordinary Advertisements, per Inch .. 3s Per inch, per quarter .. .. .. 15e 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 countermanded, and charged. A All orders for inxsertion, alteration, or withdrawal of advertisements, must te in writing, and should be sent in not later than mid-day on Mondays and Pri Thursdays. AGENTS- Cap Melbourne .. .Messrs. Gordon and Gotch Ballrat . . Mr. W. Gooch eelon...
MARKETS MELBOURNE WOOL, TALLOW, AND HIDE MARKET. MELBOURNE, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
MIELOIQURNE WOOL, TALLOW. AND HIDE MARLKET. MELB?UtRNE, .March 25. 3Iesors. Ri. ol.lshroiugih and o. rpxrt:- Wool- \,e htve not hel, an auction thL ", the quantity cmieng t rford leing very linite . cp skins. -An averaze upply of green 1 lt d - .: of, but dry skin- difticult t, quit in cotns-quit, f the ow price- ruli-ug in the home ni rke:4. 1. : t.. s' e etch ; dry skins, fr,.m:' ?,.,I e,.,. thales -. e :; dii .,, 1 i : . :: ri sg the veck. and ;,c, te I t fair tin ,. a1, s it. We .ub jinlt qut ,:ti,, -- -l-.-h ., - t , 17s to 27s each; coh.a.- fr.ini 14- t.| t, 2i- l a. h ; Victorian salted, from :.1 t. 4. i e. i ; Ne. Zealand salted, from 4d to Id per Ith. bKa-ar:, ikins--We cleared out the full catal,.-ne -if..tul ie-terdav, and obtained late rates fir all -dil d f- . A lar;e pIr pIrtion of the skins ?ofered were inferior, and the bulk sold at from 5d. to 9d per lb. A few superior parcels realiotd up to 11l. Tallow -We sold all offered at our sale yester Lay at eatibfactory pri...
COBDEN V. COBRICO. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
COBDEN V. COBRICO. The return match between these two clubs was played at Errey's paddock C(,brico, on Friday last, and resulted in another victory for the Cobricoites, the match bein; decided unon the first inuiags. Mles r,. Braithwaite and ihenfield acted as umpires. Thle scos es are as follows : CO?arIcO-lst Innings. W. Walker, b tC. Clark .. .. .. 11 W. Cole. b Draithwate . .. .. 9 W 'Mlckinou, bC. Clark .. .. Laidlaw, c and b Braithwaite .. .. 0 \'ri.ht, b Clark W. Er.e,:, B:hop, b Braithwaite .. 17 Maskell, b Braithwaite .. .. .. 14 J. Audrea;s, b Braithwaite T. P. Errey, Int out.. . .. .. 4 J. Mackiu-u.n. b Draithwaite .. .. 0 Smith, Bra-ithwaite, b Clark .. 7 Sundries .. .. .. .. .. 3 Total ... .. 7; 2nd nniangs. T. P. Err'y. h Braithwaite.. .. .. 0 Wright, run rut .. .. .. 0 Smith, b brithwaite ... .. 11 W. Cole, c Braithwaite, b Clark .. W. Walker, b Clark. .. .. 23 W. lackinnon, c Clark. b Baaith waitc 0 W. Erre-, c Clark, b Braithwaite.. .. Maskell, c Bishop, b Braithwai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
FA'R. STIurer, W A I It N A M 130 0 L. HI. D. STEWART, Proprietor. EXCELLENT ACCOMMOD)ATION for Boarders or Visitors. Prices Extremely Moderate. Electoral Notice. ]rHE Supplementary Lists for the Legis 1 lative Council, for the Camperdowu division of the W\\esternprovince, are now in I nmy possession, and may be inspected by any person interested therein. ANDIREW WALLS, Electoral Registrar. t IBRUNSWICK PARK HOUSE S Educational Establishment. e lIKaCPlPAL-MIS: KNIGHT. "t (Successor to Miss Kelly.) e 2nd Quarter-April 5th. o MEDICAL NOTICE. ' tR. PETTIG[RE]\ intimates that he Si will visit Cobden every Tuesday morning, and will receive patients at MIr. - Brown's, Chemist, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. I GEU E I'1BSON, CHEMIST, ( Successor to WV. R. lill), Supplies . Station medicine chests and sundries n Halford's snake-bite syringes 5 Air and water beds, cushions, &c. ....PureEnglish Strychnine. x Prescriptions and recipes forwarded by f return post. COLLINS-STREET E...
HAMPDEN RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 April 1877
HAMPDEN RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual races under the auspises of the above club were held on the racecourse yesterday, April 2nd (Easter Monday), and were altogether, both in the entries and the attendance, a great success. Fortunately for holiday makers, the weather was beauti ful, although in the afternoon it was tolerably warm. The course was not in 1 such good order as might have been desired, but it had been considerably improved by the late rains, which, together with a good harrowing, made the running of the horses competing tolerably easy. The arrange ments of the stewards and committee were carried out about the same as in former years. Mr. P. M'Arthur acted in his old capacity as judge, but he was not called upon for any difficult decisions. Mr. ID. N. Moodie had charge of the scales, and Mr. J. H. Woods efficiently carried out his duties as clerk of the course, The starting of the horses this year was entrusted to Mr. John Wiggins, who, on two or three occasion...
ROADS AND ROAD METAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 April 1877
ROADS AND ROAD :METAL. TO TIIE EDITO. OF THE CHRONICLE. Sir,-As a reeent frequent traveller, by both private and public conveyance, on the road from Warrnambool to Geelong via Terang and Camperdown, I feel compelled to complain of that portion of the road which passes through the Shire of Hampden, the condition of which is simply execrable, principally on account of the excessively large size of the maintenance metal used, conm. biued with imperfect spreading. For mouths past the large rolling metal has proved most injurious to draught stock of all descriptions, literally ruining their feet, and rendering wheel traffic anything but pleasant. Jldeed, the metal prepared and placed alongside the road between Terang and Ca'uperdown (intended for maintenance, I presume) is so very large that it would in a neighbourirg municipality be condemned for a " Forest Bog." What astounds me is that the retepayers will allow their money to be wasted in this way without making some cry, besides the ...
GEELONG COURSING CLUB. GEELONG, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 April 1877
GEELONG COURSING CLLUB. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (rROM OUR OWS CORRESPONDENT.) GEELONG, April 5. The first meeting of the Grant and Pol warth Coursing Club for this season was held to-day in a paddock on the Marathon Estate. The weather was fine, with a leacing wind. There was a good attendance. Mr. R. D. Bonner was slipper, and Mr. D. Bantock judge. The following was the running for the Marathon Stakes :--Cynthia beat Velox; Thule beat Clytie ; La Faone beat Stanwore; Screwdriver beat Bright light ; Knabb beat Morongo ; President beat Waterloa; Hebrides beat Sea Foam ; Semi ramis beat John O'Groat; Avolonia beat Impromptu; Lencore beat Barwon Act, lirst Ties--Cynthia beat Thule; La Faone ran a bye; Screwdriver being drawn, in consequence of having been injured in cmrinaq with Brightlighb Coating will be rmndM tamivr w.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 April 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, April. 3. It is understood that the quarantine of the Bangalore's passengers will end on Friday. Mr. Jackson's Nightingale won the On kaparinga Cup yesterday, beating Red Gauntlet. Kendall and Hodges propose leaving Mel bourne to reside here. James Masson, a seaman of the Fanny Wright, was lost overboard at the Port and drowned. The weather is grand. ADELAIDE, April 4. Dudley has been sentenced to imprison ment for life for tLe murder of his wife. Forty thousand bushels of wheat have been sold afloat for 6s. 3}d. Thiough some mistake in the telegram from Semaphore to Adelaide, seven deaths are reported to have taken place on the immigrant ship British Enterprise from small-pox. The facts are, seven cases of a mild description took place, principally amongst the crew, one of whom died and two are yet invalid. Measles also were pre valent on board, and three children died. The ship is strictly quarantined. The ship ping reporter states that whooping cough an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 April 1877
New Advrertisements. School District of alampden Shire, West Riding. ' Li IT is hereby notified that Mr. STUART REID, of Eddington, has been duly ELECTED member of the Board of Advice for the above School District, in the West Riding of Hampden Shire. DANIEL MACKINNON, Returning Officer. Mariday alloek, 4th April, 1877. THURSDAY, APRIL 12i, At Ceres, Learmouth. Fourth Anual Sale of Mr. T. Blth's LONG-WOOLLED SHEEP. ;1 ACLEOD and KELLY have pleasure q a in anuouncing that the FOURTH t ANNUAL SALE of Mr. Bath's well known loug-woulled sheep will be held at Ceres, Learn.onth, on Thursday, the 12th April a next, whon there will be otfered, without t reserve, at one o'clock. About 430 pure and nearly pure Lincoln ewes, t and 50 pure Lincoln rams, from 8 to 20 months old, the progeny of im ported and. selected stock. Is'o, 1 300 Leicester ewes. All the above ewes are in lamb to pure Lincoln ramnts. iMr. Bath took first or champion prizes 1 4 with his Lincolns at all the principal shows he...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 5 [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 April 1877
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, April 5 The Zealandia's departure is deferred till Saturday afternoon, pending the arrival of the City of Sydney. The railway to Orange will be officially opened on the 23rd inst. Blondin's performance in the Middle Harbor takes place on Monday. The revenue for the quarter shows an increase of £406,134 over the correspond ing quarter of last year, principally from land sales.
QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 April 1877
QUEENSLAND. BRISfA?E. April 4. The captain of the Thales threatens to land his passengers on the mainland, and the Government have ordered special con stables at Cooktown to be sworn in, and officials to improvise a- temporary qua. rantine encampment. BaRsasAwr, April 3. A fresh case of small-pox appeared on Sunday amongst the Chinese quarantined at Keppel Bay. Hcemorrhage of the mouth and nose took place, causing immediate collapse, and the man died last night. An unconditional discharge has been granted to Mr. Geo. Harris, on the ground that the insolvency of his firm arose from circumstances for which he cannot justly be held responsible.