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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

1. I t clartlilur & C)o., SCATTILE SALESMEN, Qovernulent Auctioneers, Varluntors and Arbitrators, l iningi and lMoney Broilers, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. A UCTION SALES of CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE, LAND, Ac., held every r.', 'PTRDAY at our Yards in ':t'Millan-street, 13AIROSDALE, at BauTaaN the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, MIAFFrA" and STRATFoRD when commissioned to do so. * Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar chibald. :Bairnsdale, This Day.' S 70-head of Cattle; A MACARTHUR and CO. are , favored with instructions from Executor in the estate of James Stuart, de ceased, of Bruthen, to sell byv auction, in tlicir-yards, -Bairnsdale, in conjunction with Messrs. Allan M'Lenn and Co., laffrn, this 7day70 head of CATTLE belonging to the estateofthe above deceased gentleman. Baifnsdale, Saturday, 24th June. Two-acre Building Allotment at " Picnic Point. A MACARTHUR and CO. will' .. Sel...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

Bairnsdale Club 0otel BAIRNSDALE. rrTHIS superior aHotel affords superior I acoommodation forTourists, Commer. cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors' to the Lakes can be sure of every convonionce and Information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sampleo ooms. dilliard oom. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wines and Spirits, best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of thle riterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. LEAVE Duogan's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for Sale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 15e. T. DunoAN, Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Rtnning in connectlion with Cobb ,J Co., LEAVE the booking office. Batt's Hotel, BAIRNBDALE, for BRUTHEN and'in termediate places daily, Saturdays and Sun days excepted, at 8 I,.m., oni arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, 58; return, 8s. The above line leave the booking office, Star Hotel...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

3IELIIOUIRNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, June 21.. WILLIAM ADAMSON and Co. report: We held our usual sale to-day. and below we give results of nbtual sales. Cheese.-The demand continues brisk. antd we clear out all consignments as fast as they come to hand. Prime qualities bring Sid to 9d. IMedium to good ranges from 7d to Sid. No inferior offered. Potted Butter.-Supplies are short and the demand active. ptrime sorts being in great demand. We sold to-day prime fromi s 7d to Is Sid. Medium to good realised is 2d to Is Gd. Inferior 9:1 to Is Id. Fresh Butter.- We sold 120 eases, realis ing for our best dairies from 2s to s 2O3d ; good ordinary brought Is 9d to Is lld; medium to inferior lots lower. E-ggs.-The supply reaching us is short of requirements. Guaranteed lots bought 2s to 2s 3d. Bacon.--We quote 'prime iid to 7d ; in ferior 3Ad to 4.1d. lhams.--We quote good to primnE G to Sdl; inferior 4d to cd. Honey is in request from Gd to Gld for best garden. Bush realises 4d to 5d. Bees ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

Commercial. 'MELBOURT E (GRAI IMARKET. WYednesday, June 21. TiE AUSTRIALASIAN M[ORTGAGE AND AGoENC COMtPANY LIMITED report : Whcat.-The deliveries for the week are considerably in excess of tile average quanl. titt coming to hand for some time.past, the bulk has gone direct to millers, giving them a supply for iummediate requirements; and they exhibit the same reluctance to operate which has lately chmeacterised the market. Pricca show no alteration, buyers offering Cs 9d, whileholders ask s 10ld ; busines, there fore, has been of a most limited scale, only a few small parcels of inferior to medium quality being quitted under the hanmmer at from Os Gd to Os Sd per bushel. Barley shows no improvemenit, and hIte quotations have with difficulty been main tained. W'e rquote :--Feeding gs Id to Os2d ; iuferior to good mnalting Os 2d to Os 4ad per bushel. Oats have suffered a slight decline on rates last quoted, but holders for the most part ra fuse to make any concession, and the bulk of...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

T TANTED TO PURCHASE, a Draught S{ ENTIRE HORSE, about 4 years old. Address by letter stating'price etc. FREDK. Lowe, Ensay. Wj ANTED immediately, a good BAIER, to makd himself generally useful; steady employment ,and good. wages to a suitable man; good references required. Apply to R. LYON,; Paycesville.: W ANTED BONES i1ino'an quentLty, Sdelivered, at: Upper :Jetty,' Clyde. bank. Apply F.M. GRANT, Bairnsdale. TO SAWYERS.-Wnted SAWN, near Gluepot, Buchan, 8000ft. Timber, 7a per 100ft. running measure. Sawpit already fixed. Good timber near pit:. Immediate. Apply Jolex PKIE, Bueban. 20 6 G 1 82. MELBOURNE CASH STORE is a buyer of:any quantity of first-class. HONEY.-T. G. PoToN.e LOST, from the Entire Paddock, and gone over the river, a bay GELDING, branded DS under. saddle off side;'80 over 43 under saddle near,aide. Anyone deli vering the sameo to the undersigned'will be rewarded.-ALEX.r Satrre. Alexlec, 29th May, 1882. T OST, three HIIRSES from A. J. Macleod's paddock, chesnut uma...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, June 21. Messrs. Dal. Campbell and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-2000 ferward, all Vic torian ; last week's rates maintained for good and prime lots, but others easier. Best pens bullocks'modo £13 to £10:; second, £10 . to £12-; best pens cows, £7 to £9.: Wosold 63S bullocks from Kilmany, nveraging'£12 16 ; 21 cows, for Mr! P. Clements, Prospect, naverg ing; £6 19s Gd; 44 cows, same owner, from''Mafrra, averaging £?' 17s; 31 bullocks, for Mr. Montgoniery, averag ing £7 13s 6d ; 30 bullocks. for Mr. Thomson, averaging £9 5s -8d ; and 113 for Messrs. Hoddimtt, M'Donald,. Craig, Duncan, M'Intosli anid'dthers.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

MELBOURINE, Friday Night. Robert Ennis, a Western Australian convict, has been committed for trial for passing spurious half-soveoreigns. An application for a now trial will be made in the slander case, White versus Lye, in which a verdict was given for defendant on the ground that no special damage had been proved. The plaintiff contends that it is not neces sary to prove special damage. A corporation laborer, named William Orme, was arrested at Prahran for vio lently assaulting the overseer with a pickhandle, because the latter discharged him The Chief Secretary received a tele gram, to-day, from the Colonial Secre tary of. New Zealand intimating that a search, has been instituted by. that Go vernment:. about Stewart's Island for the missing ship' Locl Maree, lbut has proved' unsuccessful. A well-dressed young Frenchman, giving the name oof Julius Burgoyne, was to-day sentenced to six months for passing valueless cheques. The prisoner who spoke through an interpreter, stated that ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

Latest Intelligence. r1Y ELPcrImo TcELE?GIt.II (FltOM OURl OWN CORIlESPON?tNENT.) MELIkIOU lNE, Friday Afternoon. Police Constable John O'Connell, stationed at Williamlstown, Ires boon nrrested on the charge ot robbing Pat rick T'homllson, an? lotelkeeper, of ?£2.) 10, Th ncousotd thas been drinking heavily lately. h'leh Cabinet hats dcided, with refir ence to the reconmuundation of the Tariff Commission to ialI a drawback o0n im ported barley to Ihd ill the colony, that tim proposal cannot be adopted until the law is altered. The steamer Tamar, concerning whose sanfety uneansiners was beginning to be felt, arrived from Tasmania yesterday. She was lying for four days under Ham mock Island, waiting for the weather to moderate. The vacancy in tle County Court bench, caused by the death of his Honor Judge Billing,' will not be immediately filled up. Probate has been granted to the will of the late Arthur Hopkins, of Murde dukla, near Winchelsea. Tihe amount sworn to was £713 4s 9d. Pro...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

MAFFRA CATTLiE MARKET. Friday, June 28. Messrs. English, Peck and ?C; 're port:-Store Cattle.-Market"firm at late prices. Williams' Mlannro bullocks, £83 15s to £4 ; cows, £2 ; steers, £2 16s; Top Plain bullocks, £4 Gs; Suther land's steers, £3 10s; other bullocks, £3 18s to £4 7s. Fat Cattle.-Prices down about 10s, except for prime. Bul locks, £6 to £7 5s; cows, £5 to £6 7s 6d. AMessrs. A. AM'Lean and Co. report: -Fair supply forward, and prices firm at last week's rates. We sold light fat steers to £6 7s 6d ; cows, to £7; light store bullocks, to £4 2s'; half-fat at £5 12s ; store cows, to £2 10s. At the Bendigo Winter Meeting on Wednesday, Napoleon, the representa tive of the Cowwar stable, ran second for the Handicap Hurdle Race, and won the Selling Hurdle Race, being entered to be sold for 40 sors. Hle was bought ini for £61. Mir. Dulty obtained leave to introduce a hill on Wednesday night to protect the interest of lodgere. The object of the bill is to protect lodgers from dis...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

LATEST. CO.MMERCIAL. Transactions have .not been brisk, buyers showing an indisposition to ope rate, not being :desirous of increasing their stocks until after the end of the financial year. Flour is slow of sale, and only trade parcels are disposed of at from £14 to £14 2s Gd. At auction not a bid could be got for the parcels offered. Tihe demind for wheat still continues only on a limited scale outside special sales referred to below. At sue tion between 800 and 900 bags were cleared off at 6s 7d to Gs 81d, which is a slight reduction on previous business. Two lines of 50tO balgs each have been taken up privately, and Gs 9d is'said to have been lpaid. Oats are not in.much demand, and at the public sales only 80 bags could be disposed of at from 4sS3d to 4s 4d. Privately, a parcel of .150 bags of common feed was placed at 4s 21 d; 200 bags were also quitted at from 4is 2d to 4s 4d, according to quality. Good inquiries, however, still exist for bond parcels. In barley, about 120 bag...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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GIPPSAND MINING BOARD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. [MERCURY] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

GIPPSAND MINING BOAi)D. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. '::Presentl--Mr. T. N. Gray, in the lifairi:siessrs. H. IEoster,'G. Gray, son., G,.- Toner, A. G. Traill, P. Doyle, R. Campbell, P. Reardon' and P. Cahill. ?On the motion of Mr. Traill; seconded by Mr. Toner---Thib tlanks of the board were 'ordered- to be conveyed to Mr. M'Lean, M.L:A., for his services. "M r.':Toner moved, and'Mr.i:Campbell secofided-Thlat' the Public' Works de partrieht'tie?hgaii 'hal'ed to widen the track'fiim Donnelly's Creek' to the Jericho, 'it beiigi stated that'deven if it 'cost'- 5600;"tlht-'should"notnlisterfere with sucl?h -very0 impbrtant_ wsork. Cariled." Mr. FotePr 'moved--Tlhat the board, .in'replyto tlie Saidli rsalMining Board, state that it was proposed to co-operate in obtaining.the services of an inspector of mining.lenses and would request the members tor the district to aid in the 'matte: :' The' motioii was seconded by Mr. Traill and carried. With reference to itlo letteir 'fr'ei thse Governu?ment re...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OPENING SERVICES AT CHRIST CHURCH, OMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

OPENING SERVICES AT lCIIIST CIHUItCII, OMEIIO. On Sunday, the 18th, this church was formally dedicated for divine worship according to the rites of the Anglican Church. The prayers were read by Mr. Shilton, andt the lessons by Mr. Easton, the choir rendering the anthems to Bridgewater's music. The Rev. W. G. Hindley preached, morning and evening, to full congregations, pointing out in 'lucid terms the utility of places of worshlip in keep?itingfi tbp with? the marchl of civilisn tion. it is almost unnecessary to give a restiii f.hisid t ofik i fiY?s but'tlifinterest that wats evinced in the countenances of his congregation, and the rapt attention which appeared to onchain.their.minds, speak morn in their pralsq than any com: mont could ;pcssiblyj din.s Oollectiolis ward indto after ach seorvice, and tha sum of five pounds realised for the generallchuineh fund. A TEA MEETINGC AND CONnERTn : Followed on?.Monday 'evenidng~ t thli Tempei'ance "Hall "'Tli fables werlt. provided by Mesdai...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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HOOTED AND HISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

HOOTED AND HISSED. The poet Joe had a poet's heart, Though rugged might be his rhymes, And suddenly spite of himself would start The tears to his eyes at times; And the actor, who loved the poet Joe, Said-" Friend i let us enter here, And, if you will sit for an hour or so, I'll stand you a glass of beer." Through good, through ill, with scarce a pause, Through misery and turmoil, They both had proved how hard it was Up fame's tough steep to toil: They both had known some sore defeat, Yet still some triumph shared, Andi they were glad once more to meet To learn how each had fared. So down they sat, these cronies twain, In the hostelh dingy and snug, Old Joe to his glass of thie amber stain, And his friend to his pipe and jug: Then the actor said-" It is death to fail, But Troubadour I be you blithe, For though the critics your verse assail, They do not see you writhe." "They never fail," quoth the poet Joe, " Who are pleased themselves to please " "But a hiss," cried the actor, "is ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SPORTING NOTES. THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

SPOIt'I'ING NOTES. -THE MELBOUNE CUP.. Thel following weights were declared on Wednesday afternoon : st. lb. st. lb`. Darebin, 3 yrs 9 9 Sylv.anus... ... 6 13 Commotion, yrs9 3' Footstep... ... 6 13 Grip, yes ... 9 0 LadyHamlxlei; ' Lorld lerleigh" 8 12 -: 4yrs...:.. ... 6 13: Barber ... ... 8 9 Sionara ... ... 6 12 Savanaka ... 8 9 Attache, 5 yrs... 6 11 Wheatear ... 8 8- Lavinia-.:. ";:: 6 11 Proctor, 5 yrs... 8 8 Transferred, '2 Hesperian .. 8 8' yrs .. . 6 11 lMartindale -... 8 8 Cooreena, 3 yes 6 11 First Water .... 8 6, Harebell ...... 6 11 Sir Joseph .... 8 5: Ilorpett ...... 6 10 Bathurst ... ...8 6 Prima Donna... 6 10 Lord Clifden ... 8. 5 Rupert ... ... 10 Suwarrow, S yrs 8 4 Golden Butter Venom, 4 yrs... 8 4 fly, 2yrs ..:.6 9 Euclid, 5 yrs ... .8 3 Ironmaster, 2 . Sardonyx ... 8 3 yes ...C... . 9 Cunnamulla ... 8 2 Scandal, 4 yrs 6 9 The Drummer 8 1 Kal Kal ..6... 6 9 Bosworth, 6 yers 8 0 Hobart, 2 yrs..;6 8 Liberator, 3 yers 7 13 Dunedin ... ... 6 8 Creswick... ... 7 13 ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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LEAVES FROM A JOURNALIST'S DIARY. A TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

LEAYES FROM A JouRlNALIST'S DIARY. A. TERRIBLE COLLIERY EX PLOSION. (BY AnonIMEDEs.) (Concluded.) Once more the day broke brightly, and the sun shed his glorious light over the village of Risen. The scene was as fair and pleasant to the sight asn on the previous day, and the on looker. standing on the summit of Twin garlwm, gazing with ardent admiration on the glorious panorama spread before his vision, would little imagine the frightful calamity which had taken place so recently, or could be brought to realise the awful truth that the valley, lying so beautifully peacefuly in the bright December sun, was erstwhile the arena of numerous and violent deaths, and the wild and despairing grief of scores of human be ings, loudly lamenting the terrible fate which had overtaken kindred and friends in the bowels of the earth. In the village, however, there were too many and too sad evidences that Death was reigning in the midst. True it was that the wild and frantic grief of the previous da...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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A CRISIS. (Froin Scribner's Monthly.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

A CRISIS. (Froin Scrilner's foonsthOl.) Mr. Jonathan T. Ward, or, as his card more modernly expressed it. "J. Templeton W\ard, Jun.," looked like a man supremely satisfied with his fortune and himself. Hie had just received a particularly grati fying letter from his sister in New York call ing himto to the city on a flattering errand, and as ihe entered the ears this pleasant October morning the universe seemed irra diated with his own private sense of happi. ness. The only drawback to his perfect en joymcnt was the fact that on this train there was no parlour-car. It was vexatious to be obliged to breathe the same atmosphere with the common herd, and to submit his scented personality to the contamination of proximity to pea-nut-eating rustics, travel-worn cine rcous pilgrims, not overmannerly children, and the iunevitable baby. He adapted him self to circumstances, however, with the ready savoir-faire of .an experienced man of the world, turning a seat, and elongating his finely pr...

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Cales and Sketches. THE STORY OF AN OLD COAT. AN ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN STORY. IN TEN EPISODES. VII. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

ýalIe nni kItrtrlr. THE. STORY OF AN OLD COAT. AN ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN STORY. IN TEN EPISODES. A certain loathsome lodging-house, situ ated in a back slum, whither we must now repair, was nothing else but a nest of thieves -wretched, ill-clad, hungry thieves ; out. casts from the more sturdy and bolder ranks of crime ; despised by the clever burglar who took his fifty or hundred pounds worth of " swag" at a haul; ignored and disowned by the dashing swell-mobsman or the accom plished pickpocket. These poor creatures were only stall-lifters and area-sneaks-men, women, and children who were willing to risk the terrible punishments of the law for sixpence. A number of them were assembled in an under-ground back kitchen, discussing thegood and bad luck of the day. They se. parated themselves.into little groups of twos and threes, and established temporary part nerships on the basis of uniting their pilfer ings and "goinig whacks" in the profit. Presently the door opened, and a man .with a de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

l'iiplari & Useful Remedies. DR. D. JAYNE'S STANDARD Family Medicines. Well adapted to preserve health every, where, and especially useful in localities where the advice ofa physician cannot be readily ob tained. Dr. Jayne's Expecto rant for Lung Complaints and Bronchial Disorders-one of the safest compounds ever offered certain in all cases to aflford re lief, and when resorted to in the early stages of these diseases, to effect speedy cures. It is an effective remedy for Coughs and Colds, Whooping Cough, Asth ma and Pleurisy. Dr. Jayne's Sanative Pills, for Liver Complaints, Cos tiveness, Sick Headache, Dyspep sia, Female Diseases, and all Bilious Affections, a prompt and thorough remedy. They stimu late the Liver to healthy action, promote digestion, and act bene ficially whenever a Purgative is required. Dr. Jayne's Liniment, an external application, un equalled for Sprains, Bruises, and Pains and Soreness in the Bones and Muscles, and a useful auxiliary in cases of Para...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

GENERAL NEWS. The Smenton correspondent of the Ballarat Star, writing on Friday even ing, gives the particulars of a shocking accident which happened to a boy, Bar tholeniew Sheean, 13 years old, son of of M?r. RI. F. Shecan, of the Cumberland hotal. " It appears that the boy got an old pistol and put a charge of gnu powder in it, and then made a haill of lead with his knife and put it in the pistol. Not having a percussion cap he madle a substitute for one by taking thI head off a match. In putting it on tlhe, nipple of the pistol, however, the friction caused the pistol to discharge while hohling it with his hand owver the unus;:le. 'the whole of tih contents passed tlhriith thol midihl of his hard, making ia l?rf'ul hole in it, and carrying a gra?at I ortin tof the Ilosh away 'the tI d uwaI i .nne diately taken by his father to the Dis trie Ileospital for Uotdital treatnteu t, It is tnot yet hinown whither the he?d will hatve to ble npttuttetd, 'Ther were about M114oen othor pdho...

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AN ADVENTUROUS WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

AN ADVENTUROUS WOMAN. Mrs. Elizabeth Hatzler, who lately died in this city (says the Philadelphia Ledger), was a veteran of the Franco Prussian war of 1812. She was born in 1790 at London, then in possession of France. In 1810 she was married to George Hatzler, a sergeant of cavalry in the French army. Scarcely had their honeymoon passed when her hus band received orders to join the memor able expedition to Russia, and she, un willing to part with him, determined to go also. Her hair was cut short, and the female apparel changed for a soldier's uniform, and, thus disguised, she passed through the whole campaign, riding by the side of her husband. She was pro sent at all the principal battles and at the burning of Moscow. Through the promotion of her husband to the rank of a staff officer she had frequent oppor tunities to see the great Emperor, and on several occasions conversed with him. Her husband being injured by an acci dent, they became separated from the main body of the army...

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