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MELBOURNE HOP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
IIELIIOURINE h10P MARKET. Operations havo hitherto boon of the mildest character, stocks being almost entirely in dealers' hands Tasmanian are quoted at 2s to 2n 2d. Victorian in like manner aro now hold at 2o to 2s 2d. Kents are moving off quietly; for ordinary quali ties wo quote ls 10d to 2s, and sales are re ported at s lOd. Superior Kents are held at 2s 2d, and weo re advised of exceptional sales oven at that price. A parcel lhas been sold at 2s Id. Ilavarians have been quitted, according to quantity, at 2s 3d to 2s tl. Signs of the coming season aro not wanting, Samples of now from Gippaland havn boon on view this weok, which are of very muperior quality for early proliflo.
LATE LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
LATE LOCAL AND GENEi?AL: At Mr. Rust's Fairbank Hotel to day the Lucknow champion, T. M'Na mars, will run the Ma?fra prize runner Parkinson, for 250 yards for 05 a-side. Local opinion decidedly favours M'Na mara's chances. Mr. Joseph A. Taylor has, we see, ob tained the certificates of the diplomas he won at the late Melbourne Exhibi tion for sugar maize, sugar beet, and hopls, the latter being accompanied by a silver medal, the stand for which is of a very handsome character, and was described in detail in a former issue. Mr. G. H. Cole has framed the certifi cates very handsomely in gilt, and they aroe now on view, together with the medal and stand in Mr. Cole's window, Main-street. Mr. Gregson, on his return journey from Bendock, inspected some marvel lous oats grown at Hayden's Bog by Mr. T-. Smith. The heads were, he states, 18 inches long, the larger. bear ing some 275 husks, each of which contained two or three grains. The smallest specimens bore some 190 husks. The oats are ...
Latest Intelligence. OMEO, Feb. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
S[BY ELEoTRIC TLEOOAPII ] '(nOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) OMEO, Feb. 18. ':lo following weights are posted for Otne racr :-Shire Handicap-Ada, 9sp.; Bab, 9st.; Lady Chester, 8st. 71b.; Aurora, 8st. 41b.; Panic, 7st. 71b.; Rosette, 7sa. 71b.; Planet, 7st. 21b.; Feilyman, 7st. 21b. ; Twilight, 7st. ; Jame Claore, Gst. 71b.; Eileen, Gst.; Starlit. t. . 101b.; True Blue 5s., 1UtO.1 MawtOnco, o-?. Olib. rurdle Race--Marmion, list. ; Moonlight, 10st. lbb; Kate Kelly, 10st.; Strychnine 9st. 71b.; Jokes, 9st. 41b.; Bushman, 9st.; Baron, 9st. A meeting of the Quartz M?ining Company was held on Saturday, when it was resolved to 'purchase machinery at once.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DR. M'DONALD'S LIBEL ON CHRISTIANS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
ORIGINAL COURRESPONDIENC E. DR. A'DONALD'S LIBEL ON CHRISTIANS. TO TI[I EDITOR OF THIE ADVERTISER. R -f11,a-llrnodale lha been honoured during the pot wooek, by a visit, on pleasure bent, of "onto of the fathr ofltbh Prasbyterlan Church in Victoria, nn pely, tho Rev. Dr. M3Donald, of Emerald Illl hlev. A. I'VVcan, of Bruns wick; also, M',v, Mhl'illan and others. Tih ilrst.lnaumedll viae favoihred the Proubytcrian (huthroh this tovwn by preaching both rnIII)nI lAmId ovulug to gold rorIRogntlouu. Wo huw o, rust of rn old colonrls, hard theu )nd gentlemnn previously, and canl only b repeated willh his usual eloquence hib o91d tale." ihe. however, endeavoured ti the liairrsdalo congregation to be that through his nnd other reverend 'labous the colony had been brought a similar depth of sin as the Scrip y cond"'oned city, Sodom. Ilis words the following :-" I have been in Mel. Sno' 30 years, and I can truly say that at iclod of my arrival in the colony, Melc nee and indeed Victoria, was ...
INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
INTERCOLONIAL CIRICKIE SMATCII. Ti?o intercolonial cricket match be tween New South Wales and Victoria was continued on Saturday, but the result was even more disastrous to the Victorian representatives than on the first day. The scoring of the Now South Wales batsmen was simply extra ordinary. Commencing with 850 - to their credit with the loss of only three wickets, before the stumps were again drawn they had increased their score to 640, with six wickets down. Of this grand total Murdoch contributed no less than 321 runs before he was caught by Blackham off Horan's bowling. His innings was most faultless, and excited enthusiastic admiration. The following are the scores: Ntw SOUTH WALES-First Innings. A. Bannerman, o Palmer, b Turner...... 80 Mass, b Palmer..................... ...... 17 Msurdoch, o Blackham, b Ioran ......... 321 0. Iannerman, lbw, b Baker ............ 3 Jones, o loylc, b Baker ..................... 109 Davis, a Doyle, b noker ...... ....... 4 GaOrrtt, not out ....
THE NAVAL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
THE NAVAL REGATTA. The boat races on Saturday were largely attended, the match between the Victorian and Russian crews exciting great interest. In the events they com peted in the Russian crews were no where. The following are the results of the Man of War and Government Sailing Boats Race, and the Man of \Var and Naval Reserve Race : Man of War and Government Sailing Boats Race. Naval Reserve .......... 1 Customs ..................... 2 Afrika........................ Man of War and Naval Reserve. Cerberus................. .. 1 Naval- Reserve (A)......... 2 Naval Reserve (a) ........ 3
BAIRNSDALE VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
JJAlmNSDALE VOLUNTEERL FIRE BRIGADE. ANNUAL MEETING; The annual mooting of the above Eri-' gade was hnld at the Main Hotel on thel eovening of tlo 10th inst, Captain Coloe' in the chair. Thoe minutes of the previous annual meeting having heen read and confirmned,' the following accounts were passed 'or payment:-Mesrs. Klingender, Chart-) ley, and Dickson; for expenses in con1' nection with lease, £9 12s ; rent of lall Us. - Iho treasurer's statement, showing W .. credit balance of £382 3s 7d, was r ceived anl, adoptole, subject to the a ditors' report, Messrs. B. Johno.on a J. Tornes being appointed to audit tli accounts. I Mr. J. Bosloy reported that the effor oftho committee to geta block of lan on which to erect an apparatus shed ai drill room, had been successful, the Hon W. J. Clarke having granted them lease for fourteen years, at a nomin rent, of a block of land in the Mitchq township, east of Mr. Ross's, and th» _Mr. Clarke had! consented to allow thi Brigade toremove all bu...
OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
OWW EO SIII.tE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEoRUARY 7, 11,82. P'rc+ont--Mr. 0. i. Cunnrtlngm, presie at, and Cre. TaiL, Fit.zgu:ald, Coighlath, Ciaune:. and flodgero. Tihe minutae ,f the previous maerting woer read and conlrttrmed, lad tho outw.ard Con:. rt:aence reant otl aIprove i. INWAII) COt[tIlIStCND nI(tl'. 'Frll (t ippoln d, M iniut oatrd, re ?l l?o I 2'raok.--Maue htrt.oricr of tho day. From Custonlm Ioote, re Licensrr, t..- At tended to. From C. O. Orcene, shire aoliciter, - ntl. race.--Made second order of thne ,Jt2" Brom Lands doptrtment, .e ilte f r I hir-e hall, and tanting the ,ratler wit uno bi tld:1. with at the land Board: the tlnitden:t Istid Cr. Chaanay to atternd. in1aughtering licenses were ,;rant:',? to, Cha? Mitchell 3, E. Fitzgerald 1, " Fio il' or 1 Froin John Fregos,'rtating his n L lht. - - toeffect an exchange of roads at Tongo.. Gr. todgers moved that Mlr. Fregon's ptponsal be accepted on condition that he pay half the expense of survey and transfer.--Seconded by ...
THE TAMBO SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
THE TA~BO SHIIE ELECTIONS. Nominatiohs for the oflice of Coun cillor for the Bruthon, Bumberrah, and Snowy -River Ridings, signed by ten ratepayers, and accompanied by a de posit of £10, must be handed in to Mr. Stirling, at Bruthen, this afternoon, before 4 o'clock. By an inadvertency we stated in our last issue that rumour pointed to Mr. Thomas Cunningham as a probable candidate for the :.rutshcn. riding. This should have been the Bunmberrah riding. In another column will be found the addresses of Messrs. John Howlett and James Walker, wvho announce them selves as candidates for the Bumborrah riding, thus malting the number to the fore five altogether. Owing to the small nsmsber present, neither Messrs. O'Brien nor Poulscn addressed the ratepayers at Motung on Friday last. The meeting at . Swan Reach, to consider thle best site for the head-quarteor of the now shire hall, full through from the same cause, only Meossrs. O'Brion, Poulson, Vipond, and Bohneider being present at the a...
OMEO LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
C!maltte Pith0r, lla 3r.p, .ITinno. '1,:-ie, adjoine A. PAithir's . h et. t i;in t b 19th o ftloa .. T(hri.tio a Davil, 190:1 Ir Isp o llon 1' Cse n aloo ins era. I :ntc'ns 19th sct?i Alre d o etide a, o hn ommn un thatch of 'homaes amesn 194131, 2o , Bidp gotr thir " etion , ect ofhe 1. WJames' o 19h o ee .1cti n-- fo ded,5 src conde 1 John James, 1f14a r 44p, Bingomungi , wIt of 31. Blurkos' 19th secction: r. G.' pelrcester objected on the ground that a two 0'in rond wao reqinred and*one chain only hi been left. Mr. Chancy who had oar. ived the sand th ought ono eiiin suffill ent. 9,, Easton advocated n three chain road,-. comnmended, aibjeet to excision of a two in roaed. 1.; Jaes Lcwington I , Cobungra, south i, Stoe.. ' '9th section r hi on.heome Cded. I, Joamc l.eeton, 20n. Cobungra, 49th "ion, ost of i, Strank' lth secton. ', maeneded t c d, ti[, souol th of (. illar't 19th teeton.- .o t0. R. nnouire, 2"",' (obuugra, 49th sec, 1ion. ctie om ended. ,. r e ,om ndFtd. f eroena's...
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
A LETE NOTIFICATIONS. S ing Leases forwarded to Warden's iBirnsdale, for execution by lcssces. ellltiver Division : No. 572, dated 24thl ry, 1882, 15 years, F. SofTo, 21a Or261p. ilis 8d; No. 573, dated 24th January, S15 years,'N. Ilollensen, 26a 3r20p, £13 ; No. 574, dated 17th January, 1882, ars, The Mlountalneer Quartz Miniong 1aoy No Liability, 20a Ir 15p, £10 Ss 0 o 575, dated 24th January, 1882, 15 o W. Hodgson, 17a Or 33p, £8 12s 2d. a mjeations for Licenses Approved. 7S district : Robert Youllle, I39a, Co. Sna; Adolphus Willie, 15a. Cobungra ; o Miller, 312a, Cobungra, Bailnsdale t; Annie James, 320a, Bengworden ; . Phiilips, 3n, lroadlnds ; Benjamin , 40a, Wy Yung ; W. J. Yates for re. g stone, Wuk Wuk, Ina 3r 32p,; R. ing, grazing block No. 297, 10,200a. e of New Licenses Approved.-Bairns. distriot; James Aitken, 7a, Sarsfield; * T. Hanson, Ga, Sarsfield ; James on. 7a, Sarsfield; William Walker, lumberrah. Omeo district: Edward , 10a, Cobungra. enses in Arrear, Section 49...
Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, February 13. Messrs. A. MACARTHUR and Co. report:- Cattle. -We have had numerous private sales of store stock since last report, and our yards on Saturday were barely supplied. We sold by auction some steers and cows at about last week's prices, and privately cows at £2 10s, and steers to £4 5s. Good cattle are wanted, and as soon as we have a heavy fall of rain a rise in prices may be expected. Horses continue in demand, and out of about 30 head of local lots offered by us on Saturday we sold about 20 at very good averages, in addition to private sales during the &nbsp; week. Fresh mobs would sell well. Pigs were rather better in demand on Saturday, and any in the market sold readily. Store Sheep are much inquired for. JAMES MORROW and Co. report:- Cattle. -This week there was a considerable fall in the value of all kinds, and with &nbsp; very few exceptions late quotations could not be obtained, consequently many lo...
SALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
SALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, Feb. 11. Messrs. ENGLISH, PECK and Co. report:- Fat Cattle. -Market about same as last week. We have to quote the general tone of the market firm, although auction sales have not been very brisk, in consequence of dry weather. We anticipate, as the season &nbsp; advances, an increased demand for all &nbsp; descripions, as our advices, and large numbers that are being inquired for, show that they will be very scarce next spring. We have to &nbsp; report having sold privately during the week 1000 head of bullocks and cows for the Hon. W. J. Clarke, M.L.C., at a very satisfactory figure. At Maffra, on Friday, Messrs. A. McLean and Co. sold Mr. Martin's Mitchell bullocks at £4 5s, steers, £3 6s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
A. Macarthur & Co., &nbsp; &nbsp; CATTLE SALESMEN, Government Auctioneers, &nbsp; Valuators, and Arbitratoin, Mining and Money Brokers, AND GENERAL COMMISION AGENTS. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE, &nbsp; HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our &nbsp; Yards in McMilan-street, BAIRNSDALE; at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BRUTHEN the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, MAFFRA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do so. &nbsp; Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John &nbsp; Archibald. Money. THE undersigned, as agents for the &nbsp; undermentioned Societies, are prepared to LEND MONEY at the lowest current rates, in sums of from £100 to £10,000. &nbsp; Modern Permanent BuilIding Society. Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society. &nbsp; Commercial Union Society of London. And also for several larg...
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, February 14, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
The AdvertiSer. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY &nbsp; AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, February 14, 1882. THE agitation for a reduction in the hours of service of the assistants in shops has now become so general, that a Shops' Commission is taking evidence, with a view of ascertaining whether it would not be expedient to enforce by Act &nbsp; of Parliament the closing of shops at a stated hour. So far as the evidence taken up to the present time goes, it would appear as if the witnesses could be divided into two classes, those who favor the compulsory closing of business establishments at a specified hour, and &nbsp; those who believe that the promoters of early closing will be able to carry their point by moral suasion, and without the &nbsp; intervention of Parliament. Amongst the latter is Mr. Curtis, the Secretary &nbsp; of the Melbourne Early Closing &nbsp; Association, who affirms that the association are sanguine o...
EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, 9th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, 9th February. Mr. John Dick Peddie, member for Kilmarnock, and a Liberal, has given notice of an action for the disestablishment of the Church of Scotland, Lord &nbsp; Colin Campbel, member for Argyleshire, also a Liberal has intimated his intention &nbsp; of ***; an amendment thereon. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Irish members, in fulfilment of their threat have again resorted to the practice of systematic obstruction in the &nbsp; House of Commons. By these tactics they have prevented the debate on the address in reply being brought to a conclusion and accordingly had to be &nbsp; adjourned to Tuesday. The member *** outrages in Ireland during *** of January &nbsp; amount *** &nbsp; decrease *** monthly ***
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
BATT'S HOTEL, Bairnsdale THIS superior Hotel is now open for the &nbsp; reception of Tourists, Commercial &nbsp; gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the &nbsp; Lakes can be sure of first-class accommodation at Batt's hotel. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Bath. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, *** quality Conveyances meet all the Steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S Telegraph Line of Royal Mail Coaches In connection with the Vict. Railways) LEAVE the Booking office, Batt's Hotel, Main-street, Bairnsdale, for *** and intermediate places daily *** excepted) at 10 a.m. FARES:- £ s. d. Sale (single) 0 10 0 *** leave the railway *** immediately on the arrival *** Melbourne, at *** Bairnsdale at *** excepted). *** fares, *** Bairnsdale to Lindenow JOHN RICHARDS begs to inform the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; public that his CO...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 14 February 1882
MINING NOTES. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Our Deptford correspondent writing on the 10th inst. states:- Victoria Company will clean up to-morrow (Saturday.) &nbsp; Although the quartz taken out of the workings cannot be all crushed for want of water, everything taken out of the workings has been put through the battery, so that.the returns will be no &nbsp; &nbsp; criterion of what tho quartz would yield minus the mullock. The lode maintains its uniform size - from 4ft to 6ft thick - and gold showing more freely in the stone. The winze is being sunk to connect with the lower tunnel. &nbsp; REPORT. No. 1 North Victoria Mining Company.- The mining manager reports for the week ending the 9th inst.:- Shaft slabbed and centred. Sinking through sandstone and slate, and quartz leaders. Ground more settled.