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OUR OMEO LETTER. Saturday, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

OU I Q0)I?I0 LEI'I'EII. (rooM OUR owts coInnI?IaeODIN.) Saturday, June 8I. The long talked of crushing plant has at length arrived at its destination. 1 regret, however, to say that it is not up to expectation. lhe matters 'ef pur chasing and forwarding a complete plant were left in the hands of Mr. 1'. 11. Wallace, M.P.. in whose judgment every one had the fullest conideonce. It is. therefore, matter for bitter disappoint Inelt to tind, when the material arrived, a battery evidently made up from the refuse ot ditl trent establishnlents : the engine I ?any notlhing albet, the people were prepared for u secoid-hauld onle, and in all lprobability it w\ill answer th pirp?oies. When the battery was over hauled ty e?lportls hlne, it was founld that not only was it a patlchled.tiup aftTair, butt that severall most hllportant itehmts weer tintt svho sutil~ hs uh ~i I tts~ asvi~hi tc ~l'v ii th r·.it ktt \ ,thhitti h htvl' H itH \I~\li\i \\ ttll~ I~\ L\ 1\\\~'\\',1. Ir )r'ljr~l\. It' I l~l'...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. THE ORISIS IN EGYPT. LONDON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

)Iii rittiti\( tIh* rlitFIut thu It.)'1, 1 tnt tiuuut h unllr l Itritii ( u tlu iutt l ll hutll War, to Stamboul. The Blitish Go veranment weree olr aware that thlle $?l:II was intriguing, as alleged, with the in surrectionary lparty in Egypt. The Marquis of Salisbury condemned the mneasures of the (Government as quite inadequate to solve the Egyptian difliculty, or to protect the immense interests which Great Britain had in lihant country. M. Gambetta, in a speech adIdreesed to the Chamber of Deputies, ridiculed the proposal of the Du Freycinct M1inis. try that a conference of the great powers should be held at Sltamloul to consider tlhe Egyptian difficulty. The chamber, however, passed a rote of confidence ill the Ministry. In the House of Colomons this even ing Mr. Gladstone confirmed the ac curacy of the information already pub lished that it was propossed to hold a conference at Constantinople to deal with the difficulties which have arisen Ibetween the Khadive and the National...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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CUNNINGHAME, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

CUNNING nAMES, Monday Night. It is reported that the men engaged at the Magnolina begin to-amorrow morn ing to discharge her cargo on the beach, which consists principnlly of wattle bark anmd some few tons of goods from the wreck of the Romeo. They expect to get. the vessel ofl as soon as the, fine weather sets in. She is ai good deal strained and "pumped," but will proh ably take up when her cargo is out. The Intest news from the Glengarry is that the vessel is a to(tnl wreck, the tide ebihhig mnudl lowing into her, and the sea washing clean over her at high water, which must in a short time break her up, thiere being little Imlo?s of getting ot. * I Ii', tltt in011 H d in tit' heau II abou iift viilI tilrgo Kul'iai 1iof he bench, All i-uag hl iv a iiiit wi teicl) b 1011t 10.1 TioI la1 u rwwr oa lido 111 0) liit viv rd uih, wthi I ' 1a i `+ 1)o 1ii osh 11v. 'Iii. a (lit ta tyttit 1)f thI 1 ) '1II Il).lY ,11 11 )0,11 11111 'ilt-ttat.i i 1,11, tIttati f i'tillms tioaotwt-t ttnto tutu...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

Tho 01,1'10111\ 0 ~1, ~11111` 1'1`+ rlWII l'111111 1\i~~ ('1 1I1 1~11 1111111111u 111n I n` IM. 1ul, 1I OR)llillW 11111 d 1 II are requested 1to be diligent in their practice. TIHE LATE IOOTIIALL MATCII. (Cotrl llrllUTElm.) 'Twas on aI cloudy morning, ol the l2th of Mnay, Thie Ilairldlale boys dlid disembark, the Sale ites to play. Of footballers anod aIrraekers they hnd a lively crew, A l downil the Iliver IMitoehll the steiiamer Tnnjil flew. At twelve o'clock they olal some lunch, on Ioardl the gallant boat, And never did a livelier crewcross theeocean float. But when at last they did arrive, this scene they lhad to greet them T'here was not one Sale footballer upons, the wharf to meet theol. lut thel at tist they ilid espy a gay young Istnker there, And with a twinikle In his eye lie tried to raise a cheer. But thIs Ito found was quite in vain, and said "Don't tmake a fus But conic along, lty hearty lads, we'll go up in this 'bits." At three o'clock the gatno began, and after all...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

Latest Intelligence. 'BY ELECralIO TELEGIlrPII (FRO.r OUR OWN COR?ESPONDFNT.) - MErl1OURNE,. .MondayNight. I John Wilson,' the circis proprietor,: was fined. 20s at the ,police court this morning :for having .imported,. three horses into the coloniy withobut the authority -,of the ,inspctor,:qf stock.' The horses were brought from Sydney by the "sterimer Loura' on, 20th ult; The man' in charge innidvertently omitted to comply with the law. A' man iBmed HIurley wholi bit a slice out; of the leg of a constable who was endeavoring to arrest him on ac count'of violent conduct at Hotham oi Sunday night, wli fined l lJ tlisimorn ing. A statement has been publislhed that the Governmient intend treating Patter son's motion, denouncing the Irish ad dress as one of want of confidence, but there is no foundation for tlih report. . The Hon. 1. Rcid, formerly member 6f the Council, who since unsuccessfully essayed to obtain a sent in the Assembly as a Liberal candidate, lihs announced his intent...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. LONDON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

TIE AUIS'TIALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Juno 1. The Aust.aliann Eleven commenced a three days' match to-day at Manchester against eleven of the county of Lanca shire. The weather was very fine, and there was an enormous attendaunce. The Australian captain won the toss, and elected to go first to the wickets, which were in capital order. Massie and Ban nerman were the first to represent the visitors. Tihe former scored 47 by ex cellent play, and the latter 39. Mur tloch, whor followe\d on the first vacancy, played in grand style. He batted throughout his long innings splendidly, and never once gave a chance. When lie had made 68 he was caught. The fihe fielding of the home team through out was. excellent. The Lancashire innings closed for a total of 118 only, and. being over the required number bo hind they had to follow on. They did much better in their secolnd attempt, the innings closing for a total of 269, leav ing the Australians 129 to get to win. This they accomplished, al...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

A. M (acarthur & Co., iCA',TTLE SALESMIEN, ovUernIIIet Auctioneers, Valuators and Arbitrators, Miinngr and Money Ilrokers, AND GENERtAL COMMIERION AGENh'S. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE, HORSES, P1nS, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every tAI'URDAY at our Ynrds in W'Millan-street, lnuiNsulAi,s, at ulTrnaN the last Thursdaty in each month, and at SALr.., MAAFFOA and STRATFORD When eommissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over itmmediately iales are concluded. Our Agent at Brnthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 10th June. 50 (lintnd, Store BIlllokts, Inocuhlted. A MACARTHUR and CO. are " instructed by the owner to sell by auction in their yards, on above date, at 12 o'clock, 50 splendid Ilullocks, 4.years-old, all inoculated, and in forward condition. Terms at sale. Saturday, 10th June. Iilourtalt ~tile of 10i slendhlid Building Allotments in the town ship of COO goisllellnltg. By order of the Proprietor, Adam Johnson. Esq. A MACARTHUR and CO. are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

Bairnsdle Club Hlotel BARNSDALE. S?rHIS seuporiý Hotel afords superior I. aeeommodoon for Tooristn, Commer cial gentlemon td Families. Visitors to the Lalres cnn b(oro of every convenionco and information. Commodious ivRate Sitting Rooms. Comnreial Room. Sample Rooe, Billiard Room. S.- Hot a??Cold-Baths. Goa Stabling. Wines and Si~its, best quality. Conveyances net all the steamers. THO; IDUGGAN, " Proprietor (Late of the Cr ion Hotel, Sale.) Convi'asnes. COBB ND (?O.'S 'Royal VIsal Coaches. 'I L EAVE Duogai'sTotel, Bairnsdlc, fon Sale at 10 n.m. ily, Sunday excepted. . eturno o, 15s. T. Duijaa , Agent ' S IROIERTSOI WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's TeaggraphLine of Coales, Running i , c..iu.. c l ts i Cobl, , Co., T EAVE, the bookin?lSce, Batt's Hotel, U1 BAIRNSDALE, for3IUTHEN and in. termediate places daily?iaturdays aind Sun dayvs'excepted at S p.mOn nTrival of coacli 'from Sale. -On SundnystilOa.m.. Fare, Os; return, 7s L d. . The above .line leave?e booking office, Star:Hotel, ...

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, June 6, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

The Advertiser. PUBnLISHD EvRIInY TUESDAY, TIIURsnRAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tresday, June 6, 1882. TInE season of iovernInent estimates, and the etfect ot the recent gales on our coast, brings up again the subject of the Lakes' Entrance and the promises which have been made as to a special vote to partly carry out Sir John Coode's scheme at that place. Had the entrance to the Lakes been permanent and straight, vessels which have recently been lost for want of shelter could have run in without hesitation, or the customary ..1., CarPn,. u...nn.n on.m ntunt nr terrllndr From Gabo Island to Rabbit Island is a dreary and dantgerous stretch of about 200 miles without any possible protec tion during its length for any kind of vessels, for in the present state of the entrance to tile Lakes it would be no thing but sheer madness to attempt to run in in bad weather. The Entrance itself is seldom long, the same either in position, direction of channel, or depth of. water ; and .wit...

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Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

Commnercial. AeII~Id.3I)I~ hI.) 111 STrg wiwut iva L avtha~lrI*yiia atmraw. IZaat 'lrla'F, aa1 Wa, aila'. ~. a1 ll~va lwaaa, mrlliag I\ highly aayllaa~Ia ',aallw~aa a,\,a~lal .aha lllaac\~u lalaa~ aaaaai.. 'l~ falahaw\ aih1aha.a head at .£ ll, 35 steers at 41s. 26 heifers at 22a 6d, 30 calves at 1Gs 6d, :i cows and calves at £3 Ps ?id, 25 dry cows? at £2 Os lid, and 17 head of horses averaging £.10 per head. For the lease of thic Mibost estate we were offered a price slightly under our reserve, but the vendor proforred koeping it open for private negotiation.

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TAMBO SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 6 June 1882

',TAMI1O SIlIRE COUNCIL. FnrlDA, Juen 2, 1882. Preosent-The President, and Crs. Bowie, Cameron,. Grove, Johnston, MV'Dougnll, Watt and Williams. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and the out ward correspondence read and approved. CO5n tESP'OND)IENCI?. From Crown Law Office, that a writ of dedltmuias testaturn had been forwarded for completion by the presi dent.-Received. From Department of Public Works, re clearing Tambo River, stating that there was no intention to remove the dredge and snagging boat until the work was completed. From same, that there was no objec tion to tenders for Tambo Valley road works, and recommending that sub vouchers for work up to 30th June be sent in.-Cr. Williams moved, seconded hv Cr. Johnston, and carried, that the members of the Bruthon riding and the mover be a works committee for the Tambo Valley road works, with power to pass payments. Fronm same, re Orbost and .Bendoo road, informing the council that the portion outside...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

t ANTED, 10 good Pick and Shovel S MEN. Apply to JAMES SANDY and MILLS, Contractors, Tambo Valloy road. WB ANTED, 100 good,1'iek and Shovel y MIEN for the Tainlho Valley road vorks. Work will commennce on Monday, 2'thl inst. For particolora, etcl, apply to IlosEs WHITE, Contractor. lnirnadalnle, ISth \aly. 1882.' 17OREMAN required for new Bop Plan f' tation, Briagolong. Apply, with teo timonials, to War. FoRng, Briagolong. ELBOUOK NE CASH STORE is a buyer of any untity of. first-class HIIONEY.-T. 0. Poroa.. T7ANTED, TEAM to load for Dorgo. S ronmediato despatch. Apply; C. SWAN, Conenorcial Stores. 'ANTEDU IIONES in iny quantity, S idelivecred at Upper Jetty, Clyde Ionk. \Apply F. M. GANT, Bairnsdalo. T ENDERS wanted for SINIKNOGDAM, 1000 yards. Apply to JAaMES MAULA., it the Coongulnioran, Saw Mills, ;bofA'l the 1o2th inst. ,, . , Io_.ll iLun,,],,, duo? aind illl.)?' l~ on \\on ' W d lla,?dty tie 14tlh J. notle, ol III (,lli of the coIplll?py, 22 ('ollino?treei t w et, lMll,lourne,....

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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, June 7. Messrs. Dal. Camphell and Co. report: [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, June 7. Messrs. Dal. Canm,?ell nd Co. report:. -Fat Cattle.-2070 yarded, fully. one third being mediumnand inferior. Mar ket brisk for good and prime at lost week's rates, other isorts easier. Best pens bullocks, extra le-uy wveights, mado £13 to £15 ; second, £10 to £11 10s; best cows, £8 15s. We sold 31 bullocks flr Miir. W.. Montgomery, averaging £9 is Gd ; 28 for Mr. J. W. Hogan, aver wging £9 lis d ; 21 .for.Mr. J. W. Bowman, averaging £10 3s 9d ; 21 for AMr. A. .. I'Lood and 49 for Mr. Jofhl M'Donald at current rates. Messirs. R. Gibson and Co. report : Fat Cattlb:--Ndarly .100 head forard, nandlato prices were aoll maintained for, primeo and gbbd !bebf, but inferior and middling, of which.therde was a large pioportion,: were , rlittlo easier; good and primoe pens made 23s to 25s: per 1001b. ýWe sold 370 head for vatrioua owners. Fat Sheep.-9000 yarded, chiefly of second-class quality. Sales were very brisk and prices advanced fully is per h...

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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

LON|ON, flline ). The match between thie Australian Eleven and eleven of tihe county of Yorkshire, which nas to have been com menced at lBradford to-day, has been unavoidably postponed until to-morrow, in consequence of heavy and continuous ramins. Sir Henry Parkes, the Premier of Now South Wales, who is now on a visit to Germany, met with a very cordial reception on his arrival there to-day. On reaching the railway sta tion he was met by large numbers of people, and was subsequently officially received by the Government and civic authorities. Sir Henry Parkes is also being much feted by the inhabitants of the capital. In the House of Commons this after noon, Sir Charles Dilke, the Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, took oc casion to deny on the part of thle Go vernment the accuracy of the reports which had been spread, that tihe Porte had rejected the conference. He said that it was equally untrue that Earl Dufferin haind suggested to the Cabinet that it should be postponed. In c...

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THE RUSSIAN SPY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

TIlE IUSSIAN SPY.. An Age telegram from Tallarook states that on Tuesday great excitement was occasioned in this little township when it became known that Henry Bryant, alias Count de Beaumont, the once supposed Russian spy, had been cleverly arrested by Constable Johnston on suspicion of having forged and uttered ieveral cheques at Broadford and'Kil more. Some of the cheques bore the signature of MIr. Edward Henry and others of Mr. David Syme. Bryant obtained jewellery from Mr. Levi Perl, nt Broadford, to the amount of £15, presenting his cheque in an off hand manner, which was duly accepted. Mr. Perl had his suspicions and went to Melbourno to get the cheque cashed. Bryant, lwho had been watching his movements, suspected MIr. Perl's inten tions, and after the departure of the train he obtained a horse, with a saddle and bridle from Mr. M'Dougall, of Kilmore, and went in the direction of Broadford, where lie had been staying at Mrs. Berg's Railway hotel for the last week. He told t...

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MELBOURNE Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

MELBOUIRNE, Wednesday Night. The Japanese war steamer Psukuba saluted the British flag this morning by firing 21 guns and hoisting the St. George's ensign. The compliment was acknowledged by a similar salute being fired from the Nelson. The vessel will remain three or four weeks. A horrible accident occurred at the Queen's wharf this morning to a man named Thos. Madigan, 63 years of age, who was superintending the pile driving machine. Hle was adjusting a rope at the top of the pile, when the monkey was dropped and caught both his hands, smashing them almost into a pulp. IIH wvas removed to the hospital, and both hands were amputated. It is doubtful if he will survive the shock. The insolvent, James Summers, who was committed for three weeks for pre varicatian whilst under examination a fortnight ago, was released from cus tody this morning on an affidavit by a medical tns: t tthe effie t that the in solvent s incompetent to give evidence through illness. The wreck of the Pretty Jun...

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Latest Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE ALEXLEA ANNUAL DRAFT. MELBOURNE, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

Latest Intelligence. fBY ELEnlRIUc TELEGRAPH.] (FROJM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE ALEXLEA ANNUAL DRAFT.. IiELBOUnrNE, Tusedny Night. The annual .draft .of,. thoroughbreds from Alexles were sold at Kirk's Ba zaar to-day.r The biddings were spirited, some lots, inducing keen competition, and the splendid averagoe of close, on £47 .wis .obtained.. The following are the sales : ' tl·ln f tiG::. Luineas. Acrobat, bayg'eldling, iby Don Gio- ; vanni.; 'idam Vanish ::':." ... 33 Bacchlnto; brown .iuaro,' lySmug- : gler ; dam by Vagabond ... 36 Cormorant; bay gelding. by. Don i: Giovannir t ... 31 Calm, brown mare, : by' Silence ; dam Wave, by. Smuggler; g.d. Beeswing,'by Harold ... 80 Vulcan,- bay gelding;,by Don Gio. I vanni danm. esta ... 21 Flora, bay mare, by Silence ... 27 Governor, brown geldinig; by Smug gler ; dam b3 Van Troiip :.. 70 gMedea, brown mare, by Smuggler; damn by Sir John ... ... 26 Taciturn, brown gelding, by Silence; dam Fallacy ... ... i82 Pandora, brown mare, by Sile...

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MELBOURNE CUP NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

MELBOURNE CUP NOMINATIONS.., Lord Lisgar Lord Loftus Grip Salvage Vanguard Chcviot Iris Hobart The Queen Winifred Aide-de.Camp Ace The Gen .'" Flying Jib : Proctor Lady Hampdlcn Mulatto Odd Trick Sunset (late Baroona) Santa Claus Scandal Anglesey Lohehilgrin William Frederick Mistake Waterloo Sir Joseph Calma Euclid - Suwarrow The Duke Kohinuoor Ericthoncous Grand Duchess Gardeania Stockwell Bagot Canary Gloster Petrel Cooreena Boolka. Colston ' Prattle Attache I' ronmaster .-. Nautilus Hereford Bay .... Mistaken . Belmont Essex ' Little Jack Venom Commotion The Czar Spite Bosworthl Wizard King of the Vale' Transferred Pollizo . Allander Liberator Westbury Golden Butterfly Omelette B SYDNEY ENTRIES -" Sling Prima Donna Sylvanus Pauln Annandale Crazy Jane - Wheatear, - Sir Oliver Brunette Ma. . rtindale Saionara ' Cunnamulla Cetewnyo Hesperian Waxworks .. . Rupert Jessie Sardonyx Navigator Gudarz Piracy " Barba Eva. Harebell Lord Ilurleigh Kal Hal Jim Tyson Saunterer Rainbow Hilltoep...

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ALLEGED MINING REVIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

ALLEGEI) MINING IIEVIVAL. A story is told of a boy who came running to his mother complaining that the boys called him big head, "Tate no no heed, my child," said the matron, " there's nothing in it." The present ravival of the share..market is different to thlis, there is something, in it. The steady yields from. the Ballarat district mined~ are certain to tell in the long run on the tone of the share market, and the revival"isrsure :to improve business generally. With so.much now gold being distributedr 'eryfwlwek from the mines. among i.usiness" people, trade iitist increase, as-is shown ,by the high rates paid for business, plAces in Bal larat, compared with what was given some few years back. To cite an illus tration ..we heard used by a mining invester-" Everything must go forward for the continuous good yields published ilo the place as much good as though the railway train came up. every week and scattered so many thousands of new sovereigns broadcast among the people of Bal...

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OUR OMEO PLAINS LETTER. Monday, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 June 1882

OUR OMIEO PLAINS LEITER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday, June 5. We have been experiencing very severe reather for the past week, and, the ground is now thoroughly saturated with moisture, which will greatly facili tate ploughing operations. The farmers have done well out of last season's crops, as most of the grain has been disposed of locally, at remunerative prices. Flour has an upward tendency and is likely to be very high before the year is out. One of the local millers has established a kind of monopoly by buying up nearly all the wheat in thie district, which will enable him to command the local mar ket, and regulate the price of flour at his own sweet will. Fat cattice are remainkably scarce hero at tle present time, but this is not sur prising considering tlic scurcity of grass, owing to tile exceptionally dry season we Inave lhad. Mr. Davis, of Sale, lias just left with a niolb of fat cattle pur chased from different owners in this locality. Consequently the local bu...

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