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MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, June 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

MELIOURtNE STATIO PItRODUCE MAItRKET. Wednesday, June 21. TIE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MEtR CANTILE AGENCY COMP.LxY LIMITED re port :- . Wool.-A fairly good business hben trans. acted throughout the week for this time of the year, the buyers competing for ill offering with spirit, We submitted a small catalogau to-day which attrnacted a full attendance of the troae, and evoked keen competition. A good clearance was effected. Our London office advises us under date the 220th inst. ro. sploting the progress of the current series of London wool sales as follows :-Wool market unchanged. Coarse greasy crossbred easier. The home arid German demand is good, but from other quarters the demand is poor. Up to date, 245,000 bales have been sold. The sale programme Ihs been curtailed by four days. Sheopskins.-Current quotations are as follows :-Laamb skins, 2s to 2s 7.4d each; lamb pelts, Is 3d to 2s 3d do ; pelts, 3s to is 4d do; dry skins, 2s 3d to 5s do; station skins, in bales, 41d to id perlb....

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SHEEPKEEPING BY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

SI-IEEPKE 'PING BY FARMERS. Why do not the small selectors and farmers make it a rule to keep a flock of sheep, if only one or two scores ? That they would be a great acquisition to the stock of almost any land there can be no doubt, if only one precaution were taken. It would, on swampy and coast lands, be necessary to house the sheep regu larly, and this would not be a work of either much toil or labor. A mere shed roofed with bark on a high situation would be required, and, after the sheep had been driven and penned in it for a few nights, they would form a habit of coming home by themselves. The ma nure made would be invaluable for the garden or cultivation paddock; the an nual fleeces would form a nice item of profit, and, if the ewes and lambs were fed during winter with lucerne or green feed-as oats, rye or sorghum, or with sweet potatoes or pumpkins-the lambs would be worth more than the prime cost of the ewes. Indeed there is usually a demand for good lambs far in excess of...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Tuesday, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

S IELIIOURNE IIORSE IIARET. STaesdny,'Jne 20. Messrs. CAenrIPnt,, PRATT and CO. (late M'IUulloeh, Campbell and Co.) report : Blusiness fo a iodernte extent lhas been transacted, with steady rates for serviceable nitnmals. The supply of country horses con titues very light, nnd much below market re quirements, best descriptions in hackneys, carriage and buggy sorts having numerous buyers. Strong youln colts for omnibus nod other harness work nar fetching good priccs. Draughts of all classes, if sound and young. are saleable at lnte values. Very few are coming in for sale. We have sold one lot of Indian horses at n full figure, and at ouor bazaar carriage pAnit to £90, boggy pairs to £45; firstclnas sanddle and harness horses, £2.1 to £40; omnibus and coachers, £10 to £20; extra heavy draughts, £40 to £45; light, medium and strong draughts, £1(i to £32. Country lots nveraged £10 1lIs and £13 18s per head, oath lot respectively

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE HISTORY OF MACLEAN. (EUROPEAN MAIL, 5TH MAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

THIE HISTORY OF, MACLIAN. (UIlIOPR.AN MAIL, fr5-1 .MAY.) In " Tih History of My Lif'e," writ ten by iRodlrick Malnelnu ireviou s to his trial for high trenson towardls thl person of thuo Sovereign, tho compiler beIlugi his stotrr Iby observihg ttllhat the 11r l' 1'e vro at thle dani of his lil" wer, " as ia piy ias aiyv VouItlhll dirtas coulhl Ih'," thlu sncool ;Ie thon i tt'ndeld einig in I ltrlety-Htrru ti C i'n. lihi ui'ir', I. ldonr , 11 ithllllslh i nl l for iliolletot youun mont.,rquiri'iliiB, itt»<rntl citro. About this time his father, who had been in comparative affluence, failed in business, all unfortunate circumstance, whlich com pelled him (Roderick) to seek employ ment away from home. His efforts were not crowned with success, and after quitting in disgust a situation which he obtained in Kent, he wandered on his return to a bridge spanning the Loudon, Chatham and Dover Railway. Then,, seeing some children playing, he, prompted ,by the Devil, requested one o...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ENGLISH MAIL NEWS. TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION IN WAR WICKSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

ENGlISH MlAIl NEWS. Wj(HHIIIIII:. On Tuesday, to Janlloa IUI l It,., rIvukt Illnbnldlnnt of the villageH of Iluxlarluy, tilt. taut about two lutloa front Attwrurruudl Vor. wickkhire, received news of n terrible cxpl?o. sion at the Stratford mine, owned by Mr. W. S. Dugdale, of MIerevale IInll. For several bourn prior to the event a fire had been raging in the pit, and her Majesty's inspeccto (Mr. Stokes) was on tile spot as early ns 9 n.m. Nine of the night shift men descenled on the previous evening about 6 o'clock, and tho flames broke out three hours later. An attempt to rescue the entombed miners wn:: made by Mr. Smallman, Mr. Pogmore and his son, Mr. W. S. Dugdale (the owner of thI mine), Mr. Parker (the manager) and his son, at 9 o'clock, but two or three terrible explosions were heard, and they all mnnl t?cir escape with the exception of Mr. Dug dale and two men, who were seriously in. jured. All were more or less severely burned. Another rescue party proceeded to the scene h...

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

MINING NOTES, The mannging director of tbo Nei? Good Hope Q.G.M. Co. reports for 'the week ending June 17 :-I' have to rec port that the contractors have' inade good progress driving the east level dur ing the week, having driven 29ft. I think hy thle end of this week thleir coDtract will he completed., The reef continues strong and well-defined, and showing an unusual quantity of mineral ; although gold has not been seen, :tli appearance of the ,stone will lead you expect it at any font of ground driven. The sixth half-yearly 'meeting of the Normanby Q.M.. Company was lheld in the Mechanics' Institute, Pargo, Mr. B. B.. Jones, chairman of directors in -thBe chair. Thirteen..shareholders wbre.pre-: sent holding 1115 shares; On-.the motion of Mr.'at; Connollyiseconded by Mr. Brun, the minutes of last meeting were confirmed. Moved l?yMr. Hous-' ton, seconded .by Mr.. Benher, that. directors' -report and balance.-shet"boe received and. adopted.--Carried.. A general discussion ensued do...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

EU?EII'EAN ITEMfIS. LONDON, Juno 20. Unless the new rules relating to Par liamentary procedure can be first settled, it is feared that an autumn session will be useless. Affairs in Zululand are very unset tied. There has b?an fighting between the natives owing to tribal disputes, and it is expected that the hostilities will extend. The Economist, in aon article dealing with the condition of Victorian finance, expresses its conviction that it is in a sound. and stable state. The contest for the cup offered by the proprietors of the Sportsman newspaper was rowed to-day on the Thames. There were only three competitors, Elias C. Laycock and Hagar Pearce, of New South Wales, and John Largan, of Wandsworth. The race resulted in a victory for Largan, who beat Pearce. Laycock stopped, and did not row the race out. The bodies of the missing members of tihe Jeannette exploring party hare been discovered at the mouth of the river Lena. Their aplpearance showed that the unfortunate explorers ha...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MARVELS OF ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

MI~ttrtH.H 01' Et.t~:ctiitc'iry-Wliii kyjona &iiiiglo nloiliuttl· Iiitl~liiin(lj it till tllC tllmlt il11 t11 ~lc·r(i~ltli I Ii nlillt li Il liv illlutoi, it· vi ltd 'I lil lv' it lIi 'tiit' rL. lvll

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DEATH OF JUDGE BILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

:DBEA'll OF JUI)lE IIILLING. Mr. Richard Annesley Billing, the recently appointed County Court judge, expired at his residence, Balaclava-road, at' 25 minutes past 10 on Wednesday night, after a short but severe illness. Mr. Billing retunlod from the Western district circuit on Thursday, and though somewhat exhausted by lengthened sit tings and continuous travelling, was in his usual health up to Friday. On that evening, while at dinner, ihe was seized with a fit of serous apoplexy, and though his medical attendants, Drs. Embling and Lempriere, were in constant attend ance, lihe grew rapidly worse. The attack was followed by paralysis of the right side, which 'gradually extended to the left, and at the hour named lie passed away very quietly. The deceased leaves a widow and one son. Mr. Richard Annesley Billing was born in the year 1814. He was called to the Irish bar in 1839, and practised in Dublin for some years. In consequence of ill health lie left Ireland in the year 1856, and...

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A HINT TO APPRENTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

A HINT TO APPREITICElS. (From the Colonial Printers' Art yournal.) Boys I Every journal that was ever pub lilshced in tie interest of tlhe profession, has had your faults and failings utder discussion, and now it is our turn to talk to you. Vo are going to talk to you like a Dutch uncle, and we want you to " gather and surmiso." Do you know that you are now passing through a very important period of your life? Does it ever occur to you that you are now laying the founldation for the success or failure of your manhood ? D) you ever con sider the many poor and iudilfelurent work men who are the "drones in the beehive," that you see in every-day life, and wonder what made them so T Perhaps fate was against them. but we think differently. Thlo boy ie lwvays "father it the man." Show us the careful, conscientious, earnest boy, and we will show you a boy that will make his mark in the world, and be a bright ornament to his profession. Thousands of printers to-day are deploring tlheir cond...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, June 24, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 24 June 1882

The Advertiser.. PUvLISnHED EVE'Y .TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MIORNING. , Bairnsdale, Saturday, Jime 24. 1882 In the supploement which wo issue with to-day's publication the " Story of an Old Coat" is'concluded. There are also "Leaves from a Journalist's Diary," English mail news, and other interesting reading matter. No news had been received of the schoo nors Martha and Maffra yesterday. On Thursday a fore-and-aft schooner, name unknown, was sighted at the Entrance pas sing to the eastward. From all parts of the district we hear of the bad effects the recent cold weather has had on cattle grazing in the more exposed places. A number of beasts have already died, and before we can expect milder wea ther to prevail in the higher parts of the district it is feared that the selectors and graziers will suffer great losses. On Wednesday afternoon an accident happened at Clifton Park to a young man nanmed Nathaniel Jones, who was engaged breaking in horses for Mr. Campbell. Jones .was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 June 1882

Shire of ItEirsnsdale. SEPARATE TEN'DEIS will be received until noon of TEnsnsAY, the 6th day of .TJuly, for 1.-Improvements to Forgo Creek road at north side of Cobbler's Creek. 2.-Gravelling on Lindenow road. 3.-Draining on road adjoining Stephen son's and Peart's, Coongulhnerang. 4.-Forming and draining and construct ing culvert on road to Jones' Bay. 5.-Clearing, drain? - and forming on the upper road to Nichol.,,a ferry. 6.-Improvements to Wy Yung road at Dooley's hill. 7.-Easing grade of Main-street, opposite the Club hotel. 8.-Isuprovements to road at Eagle Point Hill. Plans and specifications can be seen at the shire ofice by Monday, the 26th inst. A deposit of 10 per cent. in cash or marked cheque must accompany each tender. H. BREDT, Shire Secretary. Bairnsdale, 2nd June, 1882 Melbourne Cup, 1882. CONSULTATION-500 Shares at 10s. First Horse .................... . 100 Second Horse..................... 60 Third Horse ............ ....... 40 Starters ...................... .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 June 1882

W t\NTED, a smart ROY to assist in stable and yard. Commercial Stores. W" ANTED TO PURlCIASE, a Draught ENTIlRE HORSE, about 4 years old. Address by letter stating priee. etc. FREDK. LowE, Easay. L W" ANTED limmedatoly, a good BAKER, to make himself generally uaeful; steady employment and goad wages to a suitable man; good references required. Apply to IR. LYON, Paynesvnile. W ANTED BONES In any quantity, delivered at Upper Jetty,. Clyde bank. Apply F. It. GRANT, Itairnsdale.. TO SAWYERS.-Wanted SAWN, teaor Gluepot, Btchau,. i000ft. Timber, 7_ per 100ft. rnning measure... Sawpit already fixed. Good timber near PLtt Immediate. Apply JoliN WKIE, Buchan. 20 I 6:, 82. M ELBOURNE CASH .STORE is a buyer of any quantity of first-class IIONEY.-T. G. POTTON. CAULFIELD CUP, runi 14tlh October. :_)(182 nomilttaions,) Stianae of 2000 Mediums. First horse, £1000; second do., £350; third horse, £150; starters divide,: £209; non-starters, £100. Allnet. Address (wtih stambs for reply) " Arch-.Iediu...

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LATE HON. R. RAMSAY, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 June 1882

LATE LION. It. IIAMSAY, II.L.A. The following lines, from the well-known pen of "Bozzle," appear in the llfafra Spec. tator of Thursday last: Can he be gone? Oh, can so brief a space Have stamp'd Death's rigid seal upon that face o 'Twould seem but yesterday we saw the glow Of health and vigour on his manly brow, Behold the light of intellectual fire Ileam in that steady glance, which could inspiro The gazer's confidenco; who there could find An open portal to a noble mind. To-day he lies beneath the silent tomb. Ilia shroud the shadow of a nation's gloom ; A nation's grief should well his worth attest, Ils liemeory's shrined with a nation's breast. Gone. ere the laurels of hie early fameo Had fully blossomedl round his cherished hiis suu gone down ore we believed himo near The noonday splendour of a bright careeoor. Few could such intluenee antd sway coin mand Within the councils of his chosen land. Not his the saprkling flow of light dobate, lut solid logic of the man of state. Pl...

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SALE MARKET REPORT. Monday, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 June 1882

SALE M1ARKET REPORT. Monday, June 26. Messrs. R. Guthriilge and Co. report: -FPat Cattle.-Brisk advance on last week's rates. Sales-Bullocks from Bairnsdale, £6 10s to £12 10s; cows £4 15s ; others cows £4 to £G 7s 6d, bullocks £5 to £7 7s Gd. Store Cattle. -Good demand; moderate supply for ward; slight advance on last quota= tions. Sales-lBullocks £3 10s to £4 13s; steers £2 10s to £8 ; cows £2 to £2 18s ; milkers, forward springers, we sold 300 to £5 15s.. Horses. Good sorts sellingwell. Sheep.-Brisk demand. We sold 100 fat wethors at 12s. Pigso-Stores very low, fat".from 31d to 4d per lb.

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 — 27 June 1882

Latest Intelligence. (FY ELECrnCu TnELnRAPrI ] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Monday Night. The adjourned examination of Robert Wright, of the firm of Wright, Payno and Co., wholeslee groers, was pro ceeded with ot the Insolvent Court to day. .Tihe insolvent was examined at considerable length in regard to alleged irregularities in the receipt by the firm of accommodation hills which were passed to the bank as ordinary trade bills. The examination was further ad journed till the 4th July. At the City Court this morning, a young lady named Marindel Pulver was charged with inciting an apprentice in the Government printing office to com mit a larceny, having offered him half a sovereign to procure a set of teacnher's examination papers. The boy disclosed tihe offer to the Government printer, who supplied him with the required papers, and in company with a detective and an officer of the Education department, watched him hand over to the defendant the papers and receive the mo...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, June 27, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 June 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, TIiURSDAY AND SATUnDAY MOtIxIxD. Bairnsdate. Tuesday, Jun. 27, 1S82. The R.M.S. Malwa will leave with the European mails next Tuesday. Post oflice orders must be obtained at the Bairnsdale Post oflico by 3 p.m. next Friday, and letters registered by 9.15 n.m. next Saturday. Accounts are awaiting payment at the receipt and pay ofice, Bairssdale, for C. H. Cooper, N. Cameron, H. Coussns, A. Clarke, J. W. Heath, Theo. Hanson, W. Kellie, T. Laughton, P. Mesnell, R. M'Intosh,. D. Phela,,, . l)'Reilly, H. E. Robhison, C. Sechssen and J. L. Stormont. We learn that whooping cough is still very prevalent i the district amongst children,, and that one died from it last Saturday. Ilmneltitis asnl iinfluenza have bho, attackiag both old and young for some time. There was no quorma at the mnotiog of the colusittee of the Rasisg Chsh convened tor Saturday last. The ad joureed meeting will be held at Rolir-t' Conunercial hotel next Saturday at three o'clock...

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THE TAMBO VALLEY ROAD WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 June 1882

T"lE TAMBO V tLLEY ROAD WOII KS. (FROMn OUR RUTIIIEN CORRESPONDENT.) I hear that the contractors on the Tambo Valley Road are proceeding ra pidly with their work, and if fine weather continuese, will probably have their re spective contracts finished within the specified time, Up to the present little powder has been used, as where it was expected many barrels would be con sumed in loosening the work the exca vation has been proformed with simply the pick and bar, thus saving the con trretora a heavy expenditure. I be?r that a great deal more powder wounld be used if the services of experienced quarry men could be obtained, but these are scarce in that locality at present, there being only two men in the whole gang who are able to use the drills to per fection. Both contractors speak highly of their men, as being the most indus trious company of laborers they have had under their control for many years-in fact, Mr. White remarks that lie would back his gang of young colonials agains...

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NOTES FROM THE TAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 June 1882

NO'TE? FRIOM 'l'HE l?rA3lltO. (ROM otis tsYN CotthSODN I nut glod to se,' that the T'amrbo 8hire Coouil aore toking stsips to ituluce the Goverlmlnlllt to destrov the piles of logs o;n the bs' ltiks of the ri'er. This is s \sod'k thiit is indisplssatble to the sue coe.fol ceopnihtion of the esngging of the river. Asoter omotter that ought to b?e urged, bfthro the drtedge hen, the river, is the iiessittv of Irisging' her up the river t~r th, tirpos 'f remiovsig sot;te little eaniltstilhs whlieh ,,wou?, t likely to ioteriit ih. ptsi io of hlrg tessels lto Ir ay Ilt to Mhssiltlwo tio thlit the \oil' t is in our listrict is the thut k~ ue l's I legislotora to do all is their is y 1 ht o otin a rotmise inthe tii li o lt,,nnisi t tll e riier will te lid? Iholt hi.tll lti il ilt hlost so i' ' up u t, I , ',n il'. hai lilt t hl 'l,,l. Th'l ? i' hl,'\h o I,,, ia I 1,t 1 in i Ith il ,1 '5 tla l 1,i' h 1p 2 ,iS t \ - hi,'i obt sa lhi , I ill ,. hai hle "' I I ll Iht I, b, tll-?0 i til'ich i ha...

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MINING IN GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 27 June 1882

MINING IN GIIPPSLANI). The news from the various mining areas is of a varied character, gloomy accounts being received from some quarters, and in. telligence of the most encouraging nature arriving from other parts of the distriot. In and around Omeo the residents gone rally are jubilant, and are looking forward in a most hopeful frame of mind to their future prospects. There are a number of rich reeoofs in that locality in various stages of development, and from all of which the most favorable prospects have boon ob. tained. It is assorted that int stone taken from any one of them gold can be obtained by pounding the quartz in a mortar, and that ounces to the ton is the yield anticipated in many instances. The maholineory at Dry Gully will, it is expected, be in working order in the course of six weeks, and the tale which will then be told of the richness of the Omeo mines is looked forward to by one and all with the utmost confidence. In the Deptford district nothing frosh has bee...

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