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THE LAND QUESTION. [?]RETISD AT SW[?]T'S QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
tIIIt Bly Mi'. J. Sihnnnhan.-IIhat in the bpinion of thls nicatin, the extension of arc, from 820 acres to 640 acres is the best, and in fact the only way, to serve tho in terest.of sottloment in this district. By Mr. R. T. Yapp.-That in the opinion of this moeeting what B rcalled the leasing oystemr would be worse than useless, asn only largeo capitalists could fence is even a small rlln, and unless it were fenced there would ho no end of quarrels and liligation betwvoen tile holders of adjoining blocks. BLy Mr. J. O'Brion.-'lhat the proposed Land Bill would meet the requirements of this isolated district.
MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, July 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
MsAFFiRA CAT£TLE MARKET. Friday, July 7. Messrs. English, Peck and Co. re ports:-Storo Cattlo.--Short supply; late high rates firm:" Bullocks £4 to £4 1ls, cows £2 to £2 18s. Fat Cattle.--Only medium sorts yarded. Ilullocks £6 to £8 10s, cows £4 5s to £7 10s. Messrs. A. I'Lean and Co. report: -Good supply fat cattle ftrward; only moderateo supoply stores. Prices higher for all sorts. We sold fat bullocks to .Ctl0 s, cows to £7 10s. Store hullocks to £i 188, cows to £2 15so, venlers to ,Ctl 70.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
:'r. SS lneathnr ' (Uo., SCATTLE SALESMEN, :ovcrlllllmllut Alluctioneelllrs, Vnluntors uud Arbitrators, itinili' aluil ~lllney Broliers, AS!ND G(NEIIAL COMIESIO.N AGENTS. A UCTION SALE.S of CATTLE, .1 HOfSEn S PTOR, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., hel ever5y . f'TIRDAY at our Yldsi I n 'Mlillan-btrcet, LUsi;aNsAL. , st Osurn?lx the lost Thursday in each month, and at SAL, IMAFFRA and STRATFORD wheti commissioned to do so. Account Sales and coosh proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at lrathcn is Mr. John Ar chibald. BEairnsdale, Saturday, This Day. On accoont of whom it may concern. A MACARTIIUR and CO. will SSell by Auction, at their rooms, this day, at Eleven o'clock, the fol lowing Goods, cx Glengarry: 2 I-chests Tea COnse of Salmon Box of [ustoard 2 boxes of Cnndles Terms cash. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 8th July. A MACARTHUR and CO. are ." favored witl o.instructions from the owner, Mr. J. 11. Murphy, of Coongul mernag, to Sell by Auction, at their yards, on the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
Bainsdale Club Hotel SBATRNSDALE, THIS' superior Hotel affords snporior acaommodation for Tourists, Conmmor lil gontlemon and Families. Visitors to tho La1ds can bo suro of every convenienco and inforumation. Commodiou I'rivato Sitting Rooms. Coimmorcial ]?oom. Sanoplo lRoonm,. lilliard lPoom. . Ilot and Cold Bathls. S Good Stabling. "Wines and Spirits, best quality. Convoyances moot nil thIo teamers. S, . THOS. DUGGAN, roprietor" " " Late tlh.Criueridon Hotel, Siloe.).. CqlBB AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. LEAVE Dulcgamn' Hotel, nBirisdale, for Sale at 10 n.m. daily, Sundaly excepted. lletIrn faro, 5se. T, DUOGAN, Agent. ROBE11 TSON, WAGNERI & UO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Running in cnnýIcctnlion ith' Colbb ( Co., SL1AVE the 'booking ollcr, Ilnlt's Hotel, L BAIRNSDALE, for IIUTIIEN and in termediate pmcas daily, Saturdnya and Su.ll days excepte'd,at 8 p.m., on arrival of concl from SBle. On Bundays t 10 n.m. Fare, is; return, 88. Tho above liel leave thel bookin...
MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
M~ELBOURNBE dAIRY PRIODUCE. Wednesday, July S. -WILLIAM ADAMBON nnd Co. report: Cbeesc.-Tle market was very animated, and all prime lots met with brisk competi tion, prices for best quaolitieo ranging from Std to Ld ; market irm at these ratmes. Me diom to good brought 7.,d to 8Od; co inferior offered. Potted Bttter.--The biddings in many in stances were not up to reserrsca, and conse quently must of our prime lines were passed in. We are sellilg privately, prime from Is 8d to 1s 8d; good old, 1s 5d to 1s 7d; me dium sorts, Is 2d to Is 4d; inferior lower. Fresh Butter was a little easier, our best daities rangicg from 2s to 2s lid; mediuom to good brought various prices from ls 76d to Is lltd. E1ggs, guaranteed, broughlt from s 10dc to s8 Ild. Bacon.-TYe qnoto prime 58d to '7d; in ferior, 8id to 4sd. ITnms.--Vo quote good to prime, Gd to 8d ; inferior lower. Honey is in good demand at Id to 6td for best ganlten; and 41d to 5d for bush. Deeswanx.--We quote Od to 10d. Poultry.-Fowls, ...
Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
Commercial. MIELIBOU?INEt GRAIN .tALRKET. Wednesdlay, July 5. TiE AUSTRALIAN GRAIN AND PRODUCE COMPANY report : Brcadstuffs.--Wc have no operations to re pot. P'rime milling is at Gs Gd anuld Os Od. HIolders of large stocks are disinclinjol to sell at market quotations; sevural inferior par cels have becu forced on the market at lower ratcs. Flour is easier at £13 15s and I£14, andl is dificult to quit. Barley.--P'rime English has declined in price, and is now at ts 3nd ands dd; feed, Jos onsd fs Id. Oats.--The imarket is firm. Prime Vie. torienn milliing at 4s 31sd and Is 4d. New Zealand Is .tJd; good feed, 4s lisd and 4s S.d. Bondl parcels we Ihave sold at 3s 8Sd. Holsers are firm, and the trade is weak in its operations. We hoid a large sale on Monday next to test tihe market. Pens remain at 4s lid and 5s. Melio Os 2d, stocks light. __ &lt;-_ _-
THE FIRST AUSTRALIAN BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
THE FIRSL AUSTRALIAN BAf]TLE. The following r quoted from' a lecture delivered recently, ya gentleman of the Melbourne Press, to an audience of young Victornnus, on thre"History of their own Country." Speakog of the Ballarat riots, he suid: "The Sabbath torn of December 3rd, u854, and the inusurent diggers within the Eureka Stockade lad no idea that they were to be altacked Sudildenly the cry arose 'the soldiers are comingl' and sure enough the red coats of the 4lot wore visible, threading their way in the datance, with the gleam in the sunshine of their fixed bayonets. The diggers rushed todms, under the leadership ol Peter Laylor and Vern. The soldiers first made their presence known by a murder. ous volley, and then they charged. Through tbe smolke Lalorcbuld be seen, as he shouted for his men to strad firm. They fired a vol. tey at the soldirs, of whom a number fell, including Capt. Wise, who was lilled. In a very few minuae the soldiers had carried Ihe Stoclade. One of the insu...
A SLAVE-TIME ROMANCE. [Correspondence of the Courier-Journal.] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
A SLAVE-TItE RO!ANOE. [Corroespondenooce of the Cotrior-Jootl. 1 ItRtANtOPOtiT, Ky., Fcb. Sld.- t 01 Jelf,' the o rter at th r Cr(,intl totol, rwho ?n been t hit slr.etit ot o isei tio ota he sioldie o hoeld hlnndold eohete sohijotntipoetic1 lhis1ry of Id,[ hte, which woo trintt.n years no~l t~y George P. [We ort-, nd Iolblistrd Ill tihe ItttlplnTde ot. An overy puhic nlon ill tie CoII IOtltllOl I i wetll Aeortt nted with Uncle Tkell. jit wolhl ?seo of flenot interest ftr rolobliatinolo, ien if the Lntrinoic m 'its or tile ttory wore lest thno they oro. The trae nooe of tho l hineno c ioc is Flo ida, ont Chloe. TP.G. OLD JEFF. [George P. WVobster, in tlhe Iodeeoindert.) Old Jeff, why yoa I knew hin well, AIt lhaed in old Ialnto.ck; Wle lI It t yonog he used h trade, Aut lia lnd asrfll lock. lIln storl resa woat liho thsle I'll te ftrlt fIn ; -; 'TwAns long before the ar, yea knot Tl nt old Jc f he bought oro, : A wooally-headod man o r hut Je Upon tlhel trade was et ; And so e bouag...
LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
LAT'EST COMIJERCIBAL. Trado sales of floor are making at from £13 12s Gd to £13 15S. About 800 bags lwheat were submitted, of which ;14c were cleared off from 6s 2d to Gs 4d Privately, the same prices bare been offered for some good lines, but holdcrs in most cases refuse to meet buyers. At the public sales, about 400 bags oats were offered, but only 180 bags wcre qaittd at friim Is 2½1d to 4s 4id., time balance biing ipassed in for higher rates. Privately, 130 bags light feed were disposed of at from 4s 2d to 4s 2id. For iarley there is not much in quiry. Feediag dcscriptions are more sought n'ter, but the only transaction to report is one of 150 bags very com mon sold at 5s. Prices range from 5s to 5s 2d.
"PROFESSORS-AT-ARMS." [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
"PR FESSORS-AT-ARMS." The foltrinta (2sting passalge of arms which occo~r~d at thre British Amsociation in Oflord, is eorth relating. Bishop Wilber. force pressvd Iluxtly with the rather gross question : Would you lihe to thiuk that your gtrtdufthler or tnoother overe apes 1 SLet me (IdI tttn ttight Rerv, 1'retate,' ivan Huxley's reoindter, ('that I would sooner be theson of ost despised atnimal, the ape, than be a tan hlo misusert his higi positton, Itis facile cloqdruce and Iris splendid abilities to pervertin the cause of lrutt." The Dean of Chinhresteeja'ss more hopjsy in Iris attack, swlicts hs siuce beeon ectod in many a pu.l pit:-" Mientofsciece," he exclaimed, "to mercy lerae as otrr atncestots of Eden, ottly a little loser r an the angels, and see will gladly leave yo taestots f your own choice in tlte Z loirGordeos. -
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
mINING rOTES. STheo managingS dirctor of the Noew Good Hope Q.G.M. Co. reports for thIe week ending the Ist inst. :-I have to report that tile contractiors finished their contract and squared op ul MIonday last. Tho mining manager hIs been laying off the trmwasys and othermwork preparatory - to the contracts bcilag let. Very favor able ones have been accepted and the Swork will ie pushed on with the utmost speed.
EUROPEAN ITEMS. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
EUTIIOPEA?L. IT]?I$, LoinDos, July 5. Another Fenian murder is reported from Dublin, the victiln being a man who at one time belongel to the Fenian brotherhood, uint whoi sicededl from it, and thereby incurred the Ihtred of the organlisation, whitch IiTmpisscd his death. Arrests are taking placo daily of per sons suspected of being, implicated in the murders of Mr. Blake, the agent, and Mr. Keane, thle steward, of the Irish estates of the Maronis of Clanri cade. Altogethcr nincteen persons have been arrested for comeplicity in the crime The Home Rule nimbers have de cided to take no further part in the debate on the Irish Represrsion Bill, as they consider that, Ilving been gagged, continued opposition ?d?id be useless. It is expected that lthei bill will have passed through all its stages not later thi?n Saturday next. The IHouse of Lords1 have rejected the bill introduced iby tl.e Duke of Argyll for amending the law relating to Panrliamcntary oaths. ' lle object of the measure in ...
SPORTS AT SWIFT'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
SPORTI' AT' SWIEI'S UCIIEk-. Tie spoirts held at Swift's Creek oil Separation Day passed off in a veiy en joynablile manner. 'The events were all well contested and the prizes were evenly distribted. Messrs. Bennett and Hutoni deserve credit fbr the energetic mannler in which they carried out their duties as stewards. The fol lowing is a list of the ovents and the winners thlireof :- . 1. Boys' lnee, uinder 14, 120 yards-First, Cs; second, 2sI. Il -Millan 1,N.M'Larty2. 2_..5l1iden Plate, 100 yards.-First, £1; secondl0-'. James Blsir 1. Four entr:es. 3. Running High Jump.-First, 15s; se coand, 5ie. 0. Shtecan 1, ,V. Wyatt 2. 4. Hlandicap lSe, 200 yarls.--First, -2; second, L1. Oresson, 12yds 1, Jr.s. Shecan, evds 2. Thie other entries we'e G. Sheenn seratcb, C. Mitchell 6yds, lRobineson yds, 'Thorbnrn 14yds. Thisrace was a very good one, nearly all the competitors being closne together at the finish. 5. Hop, Step and Jump.-lO s. a. Shecan, 38 feet. G. BIuffers' Race, for men over 40....
SARSFIELD SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
SAI8FIEL) SR11UTSI ThoSarsfield annual ethletic sports cames ol ao Monday no nadcrtissd, and being f's roors' I ositfh fins sn'ethero, the nt tendance woos fir. The following ore the ressilts of the erents e 1. ?daiden PIlaLe, 100 yards.-G. IHnylock 1, £1; T. Phclan, 2; J. INamnars, 3. A good rce woe by aabout n yerd. 2. unnionllog H-Sigh Leap.-Chns. Wooalioshoose, ift SIn, 1, 1iio; Jns. M'Crrrick, Itt 7Tin, 2. 3. Handicap Flat liacs, 150 yards.-Geo. HIaylock i, 1if; 1'. M'Nonamra 2, ts; Tloes. Pfheln, 3. CIllinan, Woodhoese, Smith nod Fiofdliy elso started. f. Top, Saep and Junmp.-C. Woodhoess. 32t, s:,1, i a nl ; C. 1 'Canrick, lt oin. 2. 5,. f fndlisa, h~urdle Iliars, 200 alrd.--J. GOlen, 14ds. I, £1; Thas. SlNaemara, dyols, S, a ; J. Callona, 4'ois, 3. WVoelfouse son fIavlock scralh, Phioclni 12·yis, Findley 14 vrnos slso saertcd. A gooda rae. Vs. Voooolioog wtio thle f'oli.-fPria o10s. This sas well coootealeo y Fi b idly eynd E. Filmer, She lotter winnali elg at sit Iin,. 7. I...
VAGARIES IN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
VAGARIES IN CHURCH. Thei following is an outline of the lecture .on- "Clerical Humourists," by Dr. U..Les, of. Edinburgh:- Ti Tbgurh tie churoh is justly considerod a very soloemn place, where lovity is seldom indulged in, it is, nevertlheless, the fact that some of tihe funniest stories.on roecord orelate to things that have occurred within the walls ol the sanctuary. The matter of sor mons alone would serve to make up a lengtlhy article.FIor instance, thoRny. Mr. Spurgeon, in his looturo on " Ecoontric Prona ores,' re lates tho following story of Billy Dawson:: " On one occasion Billy was preaching about David's encounter with Goliath, and after pieturing vividly the challenge of thie Philis tines and the defiance of David, he took out a pockcthandkcrhief, and having made n sling of it, he put in an imagitnary stone and flung it with such apparent reality and force that, just as the stone left the sling, Sammy -ick, the village blicksmith, fairly carried away by his feclingsshouta...
OUR TAMBO CROSSING LETTER. Thursday, July 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
K1111'II~11 T I ItoI s dIsII IiNG' ItFIMI 11111 01 ws it'l NIiNT iisNT,) ,I'l ,ii lay , 11i 1), II, It m1? l IMe pa, illl' l)' Ili tin. O'w, " 1i l l '» h r llhl ilhl oll grntl* n s ivoanl, iin Ddinbartonshire. I N.Th ,thi Auggist, 1832 ajnild wvaO a erly migrnnt to Australia, arriving in 1e lurne in 1849, situ othler m1eCm hero is family. He soon after cainm, to Gipland, and with the exceptioii of a shori sit to the Forest Crcek rush iin '52, lios resided in Gippoland ever sin1cc. During the lost 25 years he aos kept the Sir Walter Scott Hotel, best lknown as the Tambo Crossing, hera he hlis gained tie good will of all hlxo know hlim. Oot of dofeience to hio wisahes, I hlavr hlitlherto avoided all reference to tfe fluctuations of his mnalady, but for tlie past 12 months it oas been known to ilis family that his recovery was liope less. He rallied in a surprisnig man irer for n hllort tiile, but during the lost fortinight. shnk away rapidly. Hio re mains will be laild to-morrow (Fri...
Cales and Sketches. BROUGHT BACK TO THE WORLD. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
BROUqHT BACK TO THE WORLD. '(Concludeid.) Rachel was a young woman with a long look ahead; and far away out of Cherry Gardens Court it was, and with never a sinilo upon it to make it comfortable. It was not a frown, only a steady grave stare which was scarcely pleasant to watch, and made one ,wondor what there was beyond. I thought she was sorry for her wild dash at the river, but did not care to speak of it to anybody, or elso that she was brooding very deeply on tihe reason for it all, the reason tlat mght exist still far away in the distance at which she was looking steadily. If she ever smiled, or tried to smile, it-was when I met her on the stairs or in the street, and there was a cheery ring in her voice wheni bho: bade me good morning or good evening,; just as if she took it for granted that I was a friend, and had a claim upon the life I had; sot working again in Cherry Gardens Court. 'I did not tell Mrs. Twitters her history, orý the 'fragmeint of itthat I knew: "a friend! ...
BAIRNDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
IAIRNSDALE SIIIRE COUNCIL. TuounsDY, JULY 7. Present-The President, and Crs. Calvert, Scott, Drevermnann, Goold and W.S. Ross. From O. E. Fountain, nsking for two monlths' extension of time to complete his contract on the Sarsfleld road, having ex perienced great dificulty in getting laborers and teamns.-Extonsion asked for to be granted. Frots Thlomas Haylock, resigning hIis position as dog olfcer, the roamuneration being too mtall.-Central members to in rite applications within eight days, at a remuneration of half the fees. From R. and J. Cochrane, requesting permission to pot in a box tunnel from the Mitchell River to a woll on their hop la.d at Broadlands.- Granted, subject to the supervision of the engineer. Fronm John t'lFarlanue, informing the council that tihe chain and boat at the Nicholson ferry required repair.-To bo left in the hands of the central ttmembers. From J. II. Were and Sons. antd Willder and rifliths, lettlers and telegnuns re pur chiase of stoek.--leceived. ...
FLIRTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
FLIRTATION. Flirtation is a forced means of mokinsg one's self ogreeabloeto a person of the other sex. In theogreatoror less transparncy of tihe rtifico lies the science of firlidng, whichl tis infcnite shlades, frosm uiblulslhing coqintry to thle oost delioete powor of folsatioo. Sooiety woold he a dull thieg witlhout this aoioaoo. If it weoro possiblo. that womnco. shoull cease for a short time to coro wlat mon tiooght ahbout them, most of us, moor olioto or not, would ho glad to see that time Ervery womon has flirted ; but we are not concerned with tim women whosm innocent flirtations ore but te gosh of youthful spirits, or with those who owe the title of ilrt to the mere malignity of their own soe. The flirts of whom we propose to treat are those wio flirt of mnlice prepeose. In tesoe flirting is the art of sexual tontolization. It msay also be termed, less philosophically, tse ort of 1e1 ying with fire nl gettineg seoreiceel morn or less often. All Ilirts born themselves, once ...
COURTESY. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 8 July 1882
COURTESY. (From The Australimn IVoman's Magazine.) Boys and girls, he polite. The greteost drow ack in life that any one can possess is a rough, discourteous manner. Nobody cares to have anything to do with unpleasant, uncivil people. Somoetimes wo heor the ro mark, "Oh, ho or she is very good, it in only their maonner;" hot the world generally will not have dealings with them if they can flnd morne grenablo people to tranoact bushmess It is so, too, with boys and girls at school a( elseewhero: time civil, mind, obliging boy, nod the anineble, gentle, polite girl, are alwoys favorites and have hosts of frilnds. ]lesilcs, it is sinful to be discourtcous. Yon cannot lee so if you oescrve the golden role, Do nto otthers as yeu woOld wish themn to (1o unto yo(. And I tlhi(U tlhcer is so 1Imueh m((eamnt ine en(otlher l(rceptt: Itn loor((a inrofrring oone anotler. Just tlhinmk over it, chlildrc(n, a((d do ((ot forget. lHe ye oourteous. Oon tlhinlg is certainm, you caO (oeor bh Clmris. tio...