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A RACE AGAINST DEATH. THE STORY OF A STEAMBOAT PILOT. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

A RACE AGAINST DEATH. THE STORY OF A STEAMBOAT PILOT. We had grown up together, as it were, MIollio and I, our parents being near neigh bors, and-which does not always follow firm friend as well. They weroe poor, and I suspect thai fact had much to do with their friendship, for opportunities were always turning up for helping one another. Our parents being such good friends, it naturally resulted that 'Mollie and I followed their example. We cwent to school together, read together, and somehocw, when Mollie was eighteen and I twenty, we agreed to travel together all our lives, and were very hapIy in that arrangement. In fact, no other would have seemed right or natural, either to us or our parents. From the earliest days of my boyhood I had a fondness for the water, hunting the palatial steams-boats that floated on thel great pMississippi river, on whose banks nestled the city in which we dwelt, and at the leriod to .which I am about to refer. I had just secured a position as pilot ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROPEAN ITEMS. THE EGYPTIAN CRISIS.—ENGLAND PREPARING FOR WAR. LONDON, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

EUROPEAN ITEMS. THE EGYPTIAN CRISIS.-ENGLAND PREPARING FOR WAR. Losnos, June 27. Arrangements have been completed for the despatch of a detachment of troops to Egypt, and to-morrow a force of 000 men will embark on board II.M. troopship Or ontes, whiclh sails immediately for Egypt. The Marquis of Hartington, Secretary of State for India, has forwarded despatches to the Marquis of Ripon, Viceroy of India, instructing himt to issue orders to the Indian tr.I ps to be in readiness for em barkation to Egypt should the necessity arise for such a course. It is stated that Lord Dufferin, British ambassador at Constantinople, is urging upon the conference to sauction the occu pation of the Suez canal by Great Britain. Should the conference now sitting at Constantinople sanction the occupation of the Suez canal by Great Britain, the French Government have promised to co-operate with the British army of occupation, and will despatch a force of 12,000 men to Egypt for the purpose. Brigadier-Gen...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Cales and Sketches. BROUGHT BACK TO THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

BROUGHT BACK TO THE WORLD. MIy name is David Habbajan-an ugly. name doubtless, but then I am an ugly man to match. It's a name I am rather proud of, though, because there are so few of our family up and down tile country-the north country, as a rule. I was an unsettled body when young, and wanted to make my fortune in a hurry; I came to London early in life, took a situation in a steam-boat company at twenty-two shillings a week, rose to thirty by degrees, married and settled on that last amount, lost my wife when our baby was only two weeks old, and wanted a mother badly, lost my situation in the winter months, and had to go on the parish-baby and all; came out in the spring and swent on active steam-boat service again, lived or tried to live for twelve or fourteen years after that, brought up little Em in the way she should go-and she went it, heaven be praised, as straight a ny die-broke my leg in two places, and had it set any how by a Guy's youth who was at the hospital for pra...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SPORTING NOTES. THE FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

SPORT'ING NOTES. (BY ArnCIUEDES.) THE FOOTBALL MATCH. The great event for to-day will be the return football match between the Sale and Bairnsdale clubs, which will bu played on the ground of the latter. The following team havre ben chosen to represent the visitors:--Messrs. Allan, Beard, Burrell, 3encraft, Culbert, Cosman, Clements, Oib son, Gilder, ltagger, Harbhee, King, M'Mil lan, Minogue, 11. G. Montgomery, M3rlshall, Peart, Scanlon, Wilson and White; emer gencies, Bladin, Summners and M'Gonlnual. ''he steamer Tanjil has been chartered to convoy our visitors to IBairnudale, and will leave thoe Latrobo wharf at 7.30 a.m. th:. morning, so that he. arrival here may be looked for Letween one and two o'clock, when it is to he hoped there will be a good touster at the wharf to give our visitors a hearty welcome. A m,. t interesting ga;me may be expected, and I trust the fair soI of the locality will grace thl ground with their presence and encourage our chanl pions with their smiles....

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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A YOUNG WIFE'S PRACTICAL JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

AYOUNGWIFE'S PRACTICAL JOKE. A Burlington mall recently wedded a young wife. The lady became enthused over Wil Carleton's tale of the elopement of a handsome young woman with a hand some man," and determined to try the same thing herself. She wrote a neat little note, stating that she had left home with a gentle man whom she had dearly loved before shn had met her husband, and that he need not trouble himself to look for them. Then she called in her younger brother and went call; ing with him, arranging to return and hide where she could witness her liege lord's dise. may when he came to read of her flight. She, from her place of concealment, saw him enter, saw hiln look all round in surprise at her absence, and finally saw him discover the note. He opened and read it, while her heart beat high with excitement in anticipal tion of the breaking out she expected to hear. The poor fellow finished the cruel missive, tore it up and threw the fragments on the floor, and then, without a mo...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE BURDETT-COUTTS HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

THE BURDETT.COUTTS HISTORY. Somewhere about ninety years ago Coutts established himself as a banker in London. IHIe was in a small way for a considerable time ;but hearing that a distinguished noble. man was needy, he went to him and made the offerof a loan, which was eagerly accepted. The nobleman pulled through, and induced iis friends to bank with Coutts, who ulti mately became the favourite banker of the aristocrany. He quarrelled with his wife, and took up his abode with an actress named Harriet Mellon, well known on the London stage. Coutts was then very old, and Mellon very young. They lived next door to a ladies' school, in London, and the pupils christened them David and Abishag, as they walked lovingly about the garden. At last Mrs. Contte died. Coutta directly married Miss Mellon. He did not live long after wards, and bequeathed to her all his enor nious wealth, out of which she generously made a provision for his family. She then married the Duke of St. Albans, and so be...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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In Memoriam. HENDRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

nt mntnrnim. HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW. BY AL'FRA. (From The Austral'a, IfVomasn's #Magaoine.) As writers are said to le most interesting when writing just what they feel, these few words may prove ill a degree interesting to some of your readers, as they are the cx pression of genuine feeling on my part, ald no doubt convey the sentiments of nearly all Elnlishl speaking people. Tihe Amsecrican band, Heory Wordswortlh Longfellow, hoad lived beyond tile allotted span of man, by reason of more strength it inay be. His lamp burned brightly to the last, and his songs were as sweet, if not more so. in his later years. Yet, althogll he wias full of days, we could ill spare him. I say we, because he wvans not only an Almerican, but a universal poet. He thought, he wrote, he told his numbers for all: and we natives of Australia had a high appreciation of hisi works and character while living, and deeply regret his loss to the world at large. Not that we would longer detain hint from his na...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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CAUGHT A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

CAUGHT A HUSBAND. In some parts of France marriageable girls are accustomed to pluck, as they return fromn mid-night mass on Christmas eve, a sprig of apple-tree, which they put in a vial full of water. The vial is hung in their bed.chamn ber, in front of the window ; if one bud blooms before Easter, the mistress is sure to be married before the year ends. Among the servants of a chateau near Aleneon was a chamber-maid from Brittany. Shewas gentle, good-natured, quiet, pious - an excellent creaturo every way, but-she was hunch backed. Her name was Ursule. Taking advantage of the dark night she, too, plucked a sprigef apple-tree, sure that nobody. saw her. Suhe was mistaken. A fellow-servant saw her, and made the servants' hall ring with peals of laughter at poor Ursule's ex pense. Still they kept the secret among themselves. They all agreed to play a trick on poor Ursule. Easter eve one of the jour neymen gardeners removed the old acrig of apple-tree from the vial in Ursulea bed cha...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

BIRTH. M'Crindle.-On the 28th June, at the   Corner Store. Bairnadale, the wife of T. B. M'Crindle of a son.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 July 1882

.Bairnsdale Club Hotel BAIRNSDALE. T .HIS superior Bors: aiffords superior S acecommodationforTourits, Commer. cial gntlensen and Fainilies. 'Visitors to the La1e8 cn' boe sure of 8stry conveninceo " andl information: ..- 'Commodious'Priyato Sitting Rooms. C.omierelal' Room. - ' '&,:, '.I::,Same?is "Biliaird.:Rooim. it'H a cold Baths. . Gdood Stabling. Wi?ies -nd-SlpiFits;best quality. Conveyances meet all the steamers. 'THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. L EAVE Duggan's Hotel, Balrnsdnle, for Sale at 10 an.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 16s. T. DUooAN, Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Running in connection with Cobb 4- Co., LEAVE the booking oflice, Batt's Hotel, BAIRNSDALE, for BRUTIIEN and in termediate places daily, Saturdays and Sun days excepted, at 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, 5s; return, Se. The above lin...

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SALE MARKET REPORT. Monday, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

SALE MARKET REPORT. Monday, June 3. Messrs. It. Gutlhiidgo and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-Market firm at last week's rates ; sales brisk. From Bairns dale, bullocks, £6 5s to £7 17s Gl ; cows, £8 15s to £1 ; calves, to 34s ; other bullocks, £6 10s to £8 10s ; cows. to £7 16s. Stnre Cattle.-Good de mand at Into quotations ; sales brisk. Bullocks, £3 10s to £4 8s ; cows, £2 4s to £3 Is; milkers, £2 153 to £4 7s Gd ; working bullocks, £6 5s. Horses. -50 yarded, including' a mob from Bairnsdalc, good useful animalns selling well. Sheep.-Pot scarce : sales-160, from 10s 51 to 15s. Store owes, 3s Gd; lambs, 4s 4d. Pigs.-Fat are in de mand at Inst week's rates.

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GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

CAZIffIfE NOTIrICi'IOiNS. Tiansfer of Leas: Tegistered.-Corno. lius Pondergast, 42.;, Tliouounnjic, to John and George Sheee;;n. Application for License Approved.--Geo. Condon, l?t (arh.ln), Ilnnotnunjie. License ItReoked.-Jas. Lynch, 20.t, Tam bo; open for selection under part III., 14th July, at 9 a.m. Lease IRevoked.-Charles brown, lOea, Coongulmerang; not open for selection. Applieations for Licenses Not Granted.-. Erncst Forsblad, 20:Ia, WVulle Wullock ; IV. It. Futcher, 40a, Giffard; Francin Moran, 13a Or 39p, Itarrietville. All open for se lection on 14th July at 9 a.m. Land Open for Selection on 14tll July, at 9 n.mn.:-Bairnsdale district, parish of Tambo, 43a, formerly held by Win. Calvert.

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AMATEUR TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

AMATEUR TUIIF CLUB RACES. These races were hel on Saturday, the weather being fine, although very cold. There was n good attendance, and the events were well contested. As anticipated, the Ladies' Trophy brought .a large field oat horses to the post, no fewer than 34 starting, Mrs. A. F. Sul livan winning the much coveted prizo with Glad Tidings. The following are the results : tSLLtING RACE. Gonzego .................... 1 Respite ........... ..... Sterling ... ................ BULLINGO HlltlnDI,tw AIo':. aGosip ........................ 1 Crakstnat a.............. Saladin............. ........ 3 luana was the only other starter, and was distanced,vi having aulked. Gossip Hoan by a neck, anud was sold to T. Mlacklin for £ 150, VIOTORtA t001.0 CUP. Younllg DecUiver .... llght Illo\r ................ . Y eo lo ...... .... . . 'Taill oy and Ilath"oet also started. I.A IttIt ' TsttVIIIP ' Ghu 'lT'idings ....... I W estl ~tu r ....... ........... 2 hlarpent "" "n' 9 Titttne, the (tnovitid...

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EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, June 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

EUROPEAN ITEIS. Loxnonw, June 29. An important public meeting has been hold in London to consider the policy adopted by the Ministry wiih re gard to the crisis in Egypt, The meet ing was professedly of a neutral cha racter, and included adherents of both political parties. The Marquis of Salls bury, Sir Stafford Nortlicote, and the Right Hon. E. P. Bouverie., the latter a Liberal, spoke against the course adopted by the Government, and met with a most enthusiastic reception. Resolutions condemnatory of the policy of the Government were ad.,pted. The force of marines, to be despatched to Egypt by the British Government in ease of armed intervention becoming necessary have embarked. It is rumoredt that the army reserves have been ordered to join their standards. The wool sales closed to-day. The total number of bales catalogued during the series was 340,000 of which 25,000 were carried forward for the next sales. The variation in prices during the sales was slight, but they were rathe...

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NARROW ESCAPE FROM A DREADFUL COLLISION. MARYBOROUGH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

NAIRROW iESCAPE FROMI A DREADFUL COLLISION, StAnynonoouor, Sunday. A narrow escape from a terrible collision was experienced by the passengers in two trains, bound respectively from St. Arnaud to Maryborough and from Maryborough ti, St. Arnaud, on Saturday. Tie m'd.dny train from Castlemaine to fMaryhorough was 20 minutes late, and the officials at Dunolly, lBealiba and St. Arnaud having been warned of this fact, it was arranged, in order to save time and prevent further delay, that the two trains on the St. Ar naud line should meet and pass each other at Boaliba instead of Emu, the usual meet ing place. In accordance with this arrange ment the St. Arnaud train passed. Emu, and was proceeding on to Bealiba, but when erossing a level stretch of two miles of country the lfaryborough train was seen coming in the opposite direction at a great rate of speed. Fortunately, the drivers of both trains irmnreliately saw the perilous situation in which they were placed, and without a moment's ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

Commercial. IIIItNSDALE LIVE STOCK MIARKET. Monday, July 3. Messrs. A. 2IACA'ernt in arid Co. report.: We hai full yards on Satuorla and fair prices for all class of stock. We sold a mob of cows for Mr. John Moore, Snlowy River, at Cl ISs; lot of bullocks, c:rme owner, at £3 18s Gd; lot of similar bulloclks for Mr. Phil lips, at £4 1? ; lot of young 2-year-oll steers for Mr. hlull, at £2 4s; several cows, hsne owner, at £2 14s, anllld nllerous other lots at first-rate averages. We report :I active eattlie mlarket. Iorses.-We yatlded over 80 head, antl cleared evertlhiilt at first-rate plrices. \We eold 16 leanl for Mr. olhll Niceholls, of ,ic, doe, consisting of somoe clumplersa tanl a lot of light stock, unbroke, prices from £2 12s ld to £14, averaging £6 ; 54 head for IMr. A. Jardine, of liggam, Mlanaro, consisting of a few. Indian sorts, two or three clumlpers, and the remainder light weedy stock, at froml 10s per head to £1(, making as it whole the rmag niilieent avernage for ti...

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

IuINING -NOTES, A Smeaton correspondent of the Bal larat Star, writing on Wednesday, said t-" was shown by the manager of the National Bank of Australatin here this morning a fiat round nugget, weighing 92oz, obtained by Mr. Brenton and party from aodepth of 15ft from the surface on the west side of a quartz reef in the ranges between Campbelltown East and Yandoit. The same party some little time back got a nugget weighing about the same as the one now produced. Both were unearthed from alluvial ground. The party has bean working the same ground for year when they had a little time to spare, being the occupants of some small hIoldt ings in the neighborhod. The nugges now sold to the above bank to-day is well waterworn and fretted with very small quartz on the one side and well waterworn on the other side, which is a little rounder. It appears to be a solid lump of gold. It speaks well for gold mining enterprise in the district in which such finds are obtained."

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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, July 4. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MONINso. DBairnsdale, itesday, July 4, 1882. WE are pleased to observe that an active canvass of the town, on behalf of the Bairnedale Fire Brigade, is being made, and with gratification we learn that the appeal is being generously responded to. It has certainly not redounded to our credit as a conmunity that the claims of this institution, if not heretofore abso lutely ignored, have been so little heeded. We have in our midst a' body of gentle men who are willing to devote time and money to render themselves eflicient for active duty whenever their services might be called into requisition, and who, in tlhe meantime, are perfectly willing to take upon themselves tha active man agement of the ansociation, and yet their energies have been deprived of the oppor tunity for development, in consequence of an unfortunate scarcity of funds. At first a difficulty was encountered respect ing the procuration of a suitable site for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

Melbourne Cup, 18182;% CONSULTATION-500 Shares at lOs. First Horse ..................... .00 Second Horse ..................... 60 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters ........................... 20 N on-starters ..................... 20 Address, enclosing stamp for reply and exchange added on cheques, to "EXILE," care of L. A. llErsnTa. Tiruoinle. MELBOURNi. CUP, 1882. Peeping Tom's Seance. 500 Members at 10s. each. First Horse........................ 100 Second Horse ..................... 60 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters divide .................. 30 Non-starters ..................... 20 Less 10 per cent. commnission. Address, by letter only, enclosing stamps or P.O. orders, or if cheques with exchange added, to " Peeping Tom," care of W. 1i. Rayner, Main-street, Bairnsdaio. Itirol'd's S*veep. CAULFIELD LADIES' TROPIIHY, run on Ist July: 1000 members at 10s ache ; 1st home £210, 2nd horse £100, 3rd horse £50, starters divide £O0, non-starters divide £50. SW...

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RETURN FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 4 July 1882

ItlTUR IN FOOTItALL MIAT CI. The return football match between the Ilairnsdale and the Sale football clubs. which was appointed to take place last Saturday, has for some tltun past created the greatest interest here. The loss of the gaite which was played at Sale on the Queen's Birthday-lost, as it was, at the very last moment-stimulated the Bairns dale men to use every exertion to regain heir lost laurels, and the enthusiasm with which our representatives practised became contagious, and all here took the liveliest in tereost in the match. Between I and I o'clock .ast Saturday about 30 or 4-0 assembled on the wharf to welcome the Saleites, but the steamcer being half an behind time, the patience of a fewt became exhausted, autd when the Taujil approached the wharf the number of welcomers had dwindled down to about 25. As the Tanjil drew aclongside the wharf three hearty cheers were given for Sale, and wore responded to with equal heartiness by thlose on board the steamer. After the...

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