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Notice to Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

Notice to Subscribers. We beg to request that any subscriber fail ing to get the Adrertiser regularly, whether transmitted through the post or left by the deliverer, will be good enough to give imme diate notice in order that the mistake may be traced and speedily rectified.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BAIRNSDALE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

BAIRNSDALE RACING CLUB. A meeting of the committee of the Bairnsdale Racing Club was held on Saturday afternoon at Burt's Mitchell Hotel, the president, Mr. D. Davis, oc cupying the chair, and there being a good attendance of members of the com mittee. The secretary reported progress respecting the souvenir proposed to be given to the late secretary, Mr. Thomas Batt, as some slight recognition of the efficient services he had rendered the club, and it was decided to leave the list open for another fortnight. The question of holding a winter race meet ing was then thoroughly discussed, some expressing themselves in favor of donat ing £109 to, ay iisg.yBi t1e e of tihe club, who would initiate a meeting. On the other hand, some members favored the idea of the meeting being carried out under the auspices of the club, but this course was objected to by others, who maintained that the club should take no active part in the management of a meeting unless the prizes were sub stantial, and ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

In the Estate of IIRIDGET UIDONALD, late of Bruthen, in the parish of Tambo, in the colony of Victoria, innkeeper, married woman, deceased. Statutory Notice to Creditors and Others. PURSUANT to the sixtieth section of the Statute of Trusts 1804, notice is hereby given that all creditors and other persons having any claims or demands upon or against the estate of the above-named de ceased, intestate (who died on the eleventh day of February, one thousand eight hundred and eighty.two, and administration of whose estate was granted by the Supreme Court of the colony of Victoria in its probate jrisdic-' tion on the twelfth day of IMay one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two to Harry Glass ford Gordon Glassford, of Mewburn Park, near Mafflra in the coblony of Victoria, graier, a creditor in the estate of the said Bridget M'Donald, deceased) are herebyrequested to send the particulats of such claims to the said Harry Glassford Gordon Glassford, at the office of Messieurs Blake and Rigga...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF ALLEGED BIGAMY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF ALLEGED BIGAMY. A most exftrorditityt case of alleged higniny octurred within the past few dnys in'tlhde Goiloaildiqsrict, and Ohe that, if all we Ilonr 1e true, possesses many sadl ,features, fair as the display of hloart lc1ness , anii .cruelty, on the. part of a husbandalnd fatlier are oeticcrnod '-'In ordcr to mako-tlae particulars- in: con nection withl. tihe case clear..(says tlhe Ballarat 'Start) it is_ nlcessary to draw attention to,a paragraph .whlt li appoared in' ttirl 6outssttsiacouple6olt soeksb'aelc wltht rofcrence to a 'gross. case -of wife desertioni on: llt part of. a, man! named Conrtioy,;i, resident- of Ballarat :East; Oouiro itiq fellowii the 'occupaiiotn of a imnoiter, lf lls 'itfe i'id twoctiildren lrater suddoly witllouta adequate I means of suppolrt;'.iand'liadind itianot/beenl"for tho iistiiotnt t '' of' tili' netiglhblors tl' poor iwotsiinstt'ial lr -ofsprte in';'vould liave died fromi hunger.- Owingi it isalleged, to'the'warit ofs pro...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKETING CONTRETEMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

CRICKETING CONTRETEMPS. In connection with the match between the Australian Eleven and the Counly of Nottingham, the following telegram appears in the Argaus: An unfortunate occurrence took place at Nottingham yesterday, at which the Australian cricketers have taken consi derable umbrage. A luncheon was given under the anus pices of the Nottingham Cricket Club committee, but from some cause as yet unexplained the Australian Eleven were accidentally excluded from the enter tainment. Later in the day the committee offered an apology to Mr. Murdoch, and ex pressed regret at the occurrence, but though the apology was twice' repeated, the Australian captain declined to ac cept it.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THIRD DAY. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

THIRD DAY. LoNDON, June 10. The match between the Australian Eleven and Eleven of the county of Nottingham, was resumed to-day. The weather was fine, and there was an enormous attendance on the ground. Owing to the rain which had fallen the wicket was heavy. The following are the scores : NOTTINOeHA.-First Innings. J. Scotton, bowled ................... 0 XW. Barnes, bowled.................... 2 J; Selby, caught........................ 38 A. Shrewsbury, caught ............... 80 Butler, bowled ........................ 0 W. Gunn, not out ................... 13 W. Flowers, caught ................. Wright, bowled ........................ 0 Sheridan, bowled ......... ;......... 16 A. Shaw, bowled...... .;.......... 4 F. Morley, bowled ......;......... 0 Sundries ........................... 7 Total ..................... 110 AusTRALIANs.-Second Innings. Bannerman, bowled ........-......... 7 Massie, caught .... ......... 1 Murdoch, bowled ;......:::.......... 24 Bonnor, caught ..............

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

GAZEiFE NOTIFI CA IOS. It is notified that, in consequence of the 1st day of July falling on a holiday, the 3rd day of July will be the last day on which Electors' Rights, under " The Legislative Council Act, 1881," will be issued, and registrars and their deputies are directed to keep their offices open until 9 p.m. on that date. Land Permanently Reserved from Sale.-A site for public park and recrea tion purposes, and a site for Botanical Gardens, at Bairnsdnle. Licenses Approved.-D. M'Donald, Marlooh ; W. lHaeffner, E. Johnson, B. Middleton, Cobungra; A. G. Traill, Budgee Budgre; J. Dyer, W. Ferris, E. Forkins, Hinnomunjie ; T. J. Jack nan, W. M. Howi, M. M'Kie, Buchan; W. J. Lambourne, '. Terrill, Tambo H:, Reed, Goongerinh ; W. W. Thomas, Korrumburrn : C. It. Marrlin. (fn . brook; I. T. Eden, Corinella ; A. Skinner, Jindivick ; G. P. Burn, Orbost. Lenses Apprnved.-E.. . Watt, Newmerella; A. Stuart, W. Yung; W. Muir, Kurruinlurra ; J. Fitzgibbon, Boon Booln ; M. Smith, J. Smith, ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. The Australian TVoman's Magazine for JuTly fully sustains the promise made by the promoters of this interesting pub lication in their first issue, that the journal would be so conducted as to make it invaluable to the fair sex. It is replete with a mass of informa tion on all subjects of importance to ladies, and all due regard is paid to the light reading columns. " The Widow Blane " is continued, and besides this serial there are several short stories and poems. The Magazine should conmmand an extensive circula tion. Messrs. James Morrow and Co. are the agents. The same firm are likewise thie agents of the popular periodical, the Australian Journal, and from them we have re ceived the July number. The thrilling Australian tale, " His Natural Life," by the late Marcus Clarke, is continued as also is the sensationel story, " The Missing Ship." The Journal contains numerous short stories of a varied and readable character, and with original and selected poetry,...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH OF HANLAN. [AGE TELEGRAM.] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

DEATH OF HANLAN. rAGE TELEORAM.] The Dairy Telcgraph, in a special issue, announces the death of Edward Hanlan, the champion sculler of the world, who was recently reported to have been prostrated with an attack of fever.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

EUROPEAN ITEMS. LoNDao, Juno 9. A terrific storm occurred on the Sar dinian coast on the day of Garibaldi's funeral and prevented the attendance of large numbers who would otherwise have paid tho last tribute of respect to the deceased patriot. The ironworkrs' strikoe in the United Steatcs seems likely to lust for somie time to comie. ThtlI' men are still pri'sihng for highei r wages, nad the masters are determined not to yield. Tliho latter lhavn forined na unionl, aind aro oirganiinigii \itlh a visw to neuntralising I0i, influelnc ot tihe tradle' uniliol iiimiiigst lthe Plm n, Thia Irihli ji0l'ges have reitelrat,dl th protest they forwarluil to theu Ovrrn nisnt w abtlt thire \eeks ai?, iii wuhih.i tIhovy xprot rsed ýtrolilg nhlij'tiiIns I i inl Iy jtury In?Ilg stpietlild in thodlsturlld districts, and recommended that special juries should be empannelled to try criminal offences, instead of the respon sibility being cast, as is proposed, upon a commission composed of three of the ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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AN AUSTRIAN ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

AN AUSTRIAN ROMANCE. Mr. Kasson, the U. S. ex.minister to Aus tria, brought with him a miniature that was presented to him, which he prizes beyond all price. The subject is a German' belle who reigned on her throne undisputed some cen. tury and a haltf.ago in the quaint little- village of Intisbruck, in northern Austria, and tie face is one of exquisite loveliness. The romance in the life of the original adds new value to the picture. The story is thus told by the Washington correspondent of the Buffalo Courier: "Our heroine, a modest beauty of Innsbruck, was one of a bevy of girls who stood on a balcony to welcome the young Duke of Hapsburg with songs and flowers when he made his first royal visit to the town. The Duke having the instincts of a blooded gentleman, did not allow such a precious cluster of sweetmeats to escape his notice. Of course he took a fancy to them all, but his passion tor our beauty became suddenly so ardent that he demanded her name and pedigree. He learned t...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND DAY. LONDON, June 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

SECONI) DAY, yi NI1O0i , Juno 9. HOLY and rt Shrbdury, the not out tIIol of yestrdny, wvont Ogolo to tilt win. I;rtKI but1, tthnn thu fll 11'llr had l 11II11II to hi biorn, atiti tino Iiltir 11,10 im-nod hie it 11.1, loeytin WOtoigwI forvh tindy Ollvill): to lit n r'\(l. 41 1111 11h' ll ulllll y 'i lilt)I 11'1 4 111nr 1II1 Iltnltltln' ol ie wun

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUXLEY ON THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

HUXLEY ON THE BIBLE. I have always been strongly in favour of secular education in the sense of education without theology; but I must confess I have been no less seriously perplexed to know by what practical measures the religious feeling, which is the essential basis of conduct, was to he kept up, in the present utterly chaotic state of opinion on these matters, without the use of the Bible. The pagan moralists lack life and color, and even the noble Stoic, Marcus Antonius, is too high and refined for an ordinary child. Take the Bible as a whole; malke the severest destruction which fair criticism can dictate for shortcomings and positive error; eliminate as a sensible lay teacher would do, if left to himself, all that is not desirable for children to occupy themselves with, and there still remains in this old litera. ture a vast residuum of moral grandeur. And then consider the great historical fact that for three centuries this book has been woven into the life of all that is be...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA V. NOTTINGHAM. FIRST DAY. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA V. NOTTINGHAM. FIRST DAY. LONDON, June 8. The eighth match played by the Aus tralian team since their arrival in Eng land was commenced to-day, against an eleven of the county of :Nottingham, at Nottingham. There was a very large attendance on the ground, and great interest was taken in the match. The weather was showery during the day, and the wicket, owing to the rain which had fallen, was not in first-class order. The team selected- to represent the county conmprised the following players: -w. Uarnes, W. .1Flowers, W. Gunn, F. Morley, J. Scotton, Selby, A. Shaw, A. Shrewsbury, Wright, Butler and Sheridan. The Australians went first to the wickets, and the innings closed for a total of 142, including 15 sundries. The home tenm commenced their inn ings, and when the stumps were drawn at the conclusion of the day's play, Not tingham had lost two wickets for 41 runs. The following are the scores : AusTRALIANS.-First innings. Bannerman, caug...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wit and Wisdam. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

A Now Jersey man asked Ils wife, "W'hat is on hour-glass? "" William," soid sto, " It Is something{ to measure time by-that is, the time between drinks." A little boy, upon being told by hIis mother that too muoch Ice-cream would matke Iim sick, replied, as he extended an arm, " Guess it won't hIurt tot, 'enuse I've been waxinoted." Only upon compulsion. They were speaking of a miser just decensed. "Did lsie leave any thing?" asked Smith. " He lad to," was itto laconic ansnwerof Pogg. Not yet hardened : I hate to make a fool of myself," said Robinson. "I should think you would tane got used toit by this time," replied Nogg, carelessly. Tioldet autograph album is the land turtle, but when a man carves his initials tlereon lie should refrain from setting the date a century b oak. It is calculated to mislead the finder of thl reptile. ,uYoui can trust a man who loves a iorso or a dog," says a recent writer. We don't kbow about dogs, but lots of men have gone to the poeuien tinry for lo...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTELLECT AND IGNORANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

INTELLECT AND IGNORANCE. It is surprising how high men of real brains and application may climb in professions that aue learned and intellectual, and yet how in. fititesimally little they pick up of general culture or ofinsight into the rationable events, past or contemporary. There are, of course, in England hundreds of lawyers whose minds are embellished with every kind of knowledge, whose intellectual treasure-house is rich in a multitude of delicate thoughts and fancies, who have travelled widely, seen much, heard much asid forgotten nothing; who would have been bishops if they had gone into the church, and would have won for themselves the high. est niche in the temple of fame if they had taken to literature. Yet lawyers, as a rule, whether barristers or advocates, are not men eminent for intellectual accomplishments. Their conversation alternates between shop and slang. As much almost may be said of the politicians of the period. The average member of Parliament ts one of the ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEAVES FROM A JOURNALIST'S DIARY. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

LEAVES FROM A JOURNALIST'S DIARY. I - [CONTINUED.] Brightl rse othd, sun 'on that cle-ir December nrning, and cnst his genial rays ovar the piicturesque village of Risean, -As esoon' s tlilu 'ilely wiis lit byitho'eGod of Day the inhabitants were astir, and all was life. nd. bustle. Keen ,andj.n vigoratiiig w ni; the air, and although the sun was unusnally warm for tlie timen'f. year, tihe chihllrn on their way to thio village school were well muffled in warmil woollen comfirters ; and the boys scnm Ierced along in childish glee sliding over the fiozen sarfaces of the pools en rosite,' aind ..some--imoro venturesome -than' others--essaynd to.try 'thel ice6on the canal, longing to indulg .in. a longer slide than the circumscribed arens of the pools would permit. 'Womnli. -were to be seen 1'goin? i i l'and 'out of'thicir re spective houses attending to their do imeti'duties, or else enveloped in conrse, albeit",warim,' outer ganrments we'nding tlheir steps to tlhe villgo shops for the...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROUNDABOUT RIDE FOR A STRAIGHT CUT. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

ROUNDABOUT:} RI1D .: FOR'i A : TRAIGHT OUT. The flowiiig isnat 'cploit ofi sithyi Highlander, iiname not. meiitioi - :":Anihonest,. Highlander, resident in `a iedrtain ' burrows -town' in thll" North; haing occasiri to go tothie coihiltry ii business, called it a frieiid' house oni his way homeward..::He was received witli characteristic warmtil anll hospitalitiy His 'garron' or pon3inas fed andl-tnuri dt into an adjoinimng pasture, inil; figr the parties had taken sone solid refreshment; the 'gudowife's bottle' was speedlil.ibroughti iitOq 'reqisitioii;':lSome of thl !niglihors ilse dionpped.in, to add: [t ti.hiilarity of tlie ereningF; and altogether ra more joyous or: cre-defying group has seldomni beeI cone?nitd. E acli god jolt, b jiughti ? ',r snother,,a thousan til st ce }re ttld, the politicsaoftthii.day wecre :diecuesed, and: the:affairs of Kirk "ind State iduly set iii'ordfer? Ocbiirs Llir totddy-jugs were frequently emptied andl rejlbiiished, fdr 'ribn'mni rof"sonse;' eas...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

GENERAL NEWS. An Argus telegram from Sydney ,in Friday states:-" Shortly after !nid night this morning the brig Sea Nymph, 289 tons, was run into by the steaner Arawata, outward bound for New Zan land. The collision took place in the harbor. Thn brig was struck amidships and sunk off the central wharf. The mate and a boy belonging to the Sea Nymph immediately jumped on board tlhe steamer. Tile six remaining hands scrambled into a boat, and were all saved. The captain of the brig was ashore at the time. As soon as the ac cident happened, the Arawata's engines were reversed, and ilhe was drawn clear of tlhe wreckage, the captain having satisfied himself that all hands were saved, she proceeded on her voyage, stopping a short time off Port Mac quarie in order to land the mate and the boy. They reported the occurrence to tile water police, who at once proceeded to the spot to affix red lights to the masts of the sunken brig. It is stated that the Sea Nymph was burning her light at the t...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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BAIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 13 June 1882

B IlIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. WAILs CLOSE For Emu Vale, Fernbank, Stratford, Sale and Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 a.m. Letters bearing additional two penny stamp taken to 0.45 a.m. For Buch'n, Bendooe and Delegate, every Friday at 8 p.m. For Ensey, Swift's Creek, Omeo and Tongio, every Mlonday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Sarsfield and Bruthen, every Mon day. Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Cunrini iam, every Monday, Wad and Friday at 8 p m. For Tambo and Nicholson Punts, Swan Reach'and Metung, every Monday, "Wed nesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Coonogulmerang (Lindenow Flat( every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. F`or Bulumwaal (Boggy Creek) every Saturday at 8 a.m. For Toonallook (Nesland's Backwater) Wednesday and Saturday at 9.30 tim.: For Newmerella and Orbost (Snoiy River), every Friday at8 p.m. Hours of AXttf dnce-Post offio, 0 a.m. to 6 p.m.; MIoney-order office, 10 a.m. to 3 pn.., Safurdays 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Tele graph office, 8.30 a.m. 8 p...

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