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THE TAMBO SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
TILE TAMlllO SHIIIE. As the first meeting of the new shire will be held on Wednesday, the 15th prox., it now becomes a question as to where the same shnll. come off. It is, we believe, pretty definitely settled that it is to be called at the Bruthen post. ofice. .If then the council decide to continue their meetings at Bruthen, it is proposed to hold them for the future at the two hotels, M'Donald's and O'Reilly's, alternately. WeVo don't think this at all a good plan, as it is not fair to compel either councillors or contrac tors to go to an hotel at all, and besides, the constant moving of the books and papers.bacliwards and forwards would be very inconvenient. We understand that Mr. "Seehusan has a roomn-the largest in Bruthen-which he would gladly let for the purpose, and as it is centrally situated it would, we think, be a good thing to utilise it until the me chanics' institute is completed.
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE PROPOSED NEW EASTERN RIDING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
OIUT ,YIL COIRIEI'OESIONDE C E, TIE: PEROPOSED ,NEW EASTERN RID S.INO. ..... -11 TO THE EDITOR OF TIHE AiVERTISER. I Stli, I find that some of yoiur Bainshdalc ?treupallers are proposing tohariditover tO'tio westeorn riding some barren tcirtory beyond Wok Woul, ianl to tl:e away in exchange, some; valuable .:iitvp!yin a'n a o as rot?bnd Payncsvillo aid Foige" Crek . 'Therl'.ri.t .payers of thile iestrn rioing wi', I n n'sntre, .dunanimously scout the iocn, wb'ch is rather' too absurd,' The original pronositioi?innck ing thei Mitchell the bo undinry' of tlic iidw' Eastcrn riding is the one tIat suits iall iparties the bcst, and tif fr4idf td:si d ita rrtied oilt, If signaturs are' anotcd tthdib icaitliosi the'cominittee appointedt at the Lvl:nnow 'iheotinig are sending round; let them fo waird some copies here, and tihey will f?nd plenty. of persons ready'and willing to' sign. It is said that itho'addition of'Paynrasille 'will qunaliso the rates of eauh riding,h but thisis all a blin...
THE RUSH TO DINNER CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
TILE HUSII TO DINNER CREEK. We are informed that the scene of Mr. Jnrret's recent find near Bruthen is properly called Dinner Creek, not Ironbark, as at first stated. We are also told that Jarret and his two mates pegged out thIree prospectcors' claims. Sincce this occurred they have been busy putting up puddling machinery, and 13 fresh claims have been pegged out, so Ihnt a regular rush appears to have set in, which, we trust, may turn out suo cossful and permnnent. Nothing further has yet been doue to prove the ground.
LINDENOW. Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
(?poM.I OuR owN CORRESPONDENT.) Feb. 27. At the request of several local and down country sportsioen, who are desir ous of 1noii~iating for. our annual races, aldl in accordance with :.a ,:resolution, plnssedl by, ? nmajority of thle 'stewnrd, the Lindeoind w" Fhlit'~nnual' races'"cre' postponed ,till ..Thursday,, the .l30thl.'of March. The, alteration, it is believed, will be much to the satisfaction sand convenience :of the publicd and' tot li interests 'of the blub fiiricially. ?. Noimi ,uations will be received till- p.m. of Tuesday, 14th of March.
SPORTING NOTES. ROSEDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
SI'ORTINi NOTES. (BY ARCHIIMIEDES.) nOSEDAL.E 1A00EB. The annual meeting under the aus pices of the Rosedale Racing Club will take place to-day, and although the han dicap, events have not filled well, there will yet doubtless be an interesting meeting. Thie handicaps have been pub lished in these columns,' and so far as my opinion goes, I incline to the belief that the,clever Cewwar stable will pull off the double, for A.C., with 7st 81b, is not harshly treated iu.the Handicap. as compared with Miss Laura's 8st 101b and Aurora's 8st 21b. Dunstan, with 7st 121b, could be handy at the finish if he will try, and Rosette, meeting the Springvale mare on 41b better terms than at Maffrae, should finish in front of her. In the Hurdle Race Marmion has 9st 121b, and should be dangerous, but Panic is an improving horse, and at 10st T like him. By the Tinies I see that Kate Kelly and Aurora have de clined their Rosedale engagements, and by consent the Maiden Steeplechase and Trotting Race are ...
OUNNINGHAME, Saturday, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
OUNNINGHAME, . ý .0.1. .c ? " Satiurday, Feb. 27. The schooner Idlfidra crossed the bar' outwards in tow of, the. Lady ,of, thl -La.ke at 2 p.n.tron Sunday. ' The s.s.: Pretty Jano airived off the Entrance on Sunday morning. Tihe weather was very foggy, and she did not cross the bar inwards until 3.45 a.m. this morn ing, when shie was guided in by the beacon lights. On Satsqday, at Sele, Messrs. Eng lish, Peck and Co. sold Mr. E. Wii hainm's Manaro bullocks at £8 Se. to £3 11h.; cowl at £1 18t. all round,
OMEO COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. (Before His Honor Judge Nolan.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
OM.EO COUNTY COUiRT. FRIDAY, FEnBUARY 24.' (Before His Honor Judge Nolan.) Hodgson v. W. Davis.-No app?ermnco. Struck out. O. IIodgson v. T. Tory.-No appearance. Struck out. r P. Reid' v' E. Dumphy.-To recover "18 13s, fencing award. To stand over to next court, planintiff paying costs of day. O. l omu v. A. H. Pyle.-To obtain specific performance of contract for sale of run and enttle. • Verdict for plaintiff, cos;s £8 8s. Taylor v. Pyle.--To recover £50 damage to fence and loss sustained through escape of cattle. Verdict for plaintiff for .140, costs £7. J. Gibson v. T. Pyle.-To recover £20 165 Sd on several counts. Verdict for £9, costs .£2 lOs.. S2E. Dunphy v. John West.-To recover £7 13s 7d. Order for amount, no costs.., , SAh Wen .v.' Jamese,Holland.-To recover possession of a horse. Order made for horse to be restored, without costs. SAnna oHaywad v. Andrew Martin.-To re. cover £250,, vahie of horses, Verdict for defendant, costs £5 10s, COURT OF MINES. Fitzgerald' and' other...
SALE, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
.SALE, Saturday Evening. At the Assize Court to-day, Lawler, on a charge of cattle stealing, was found not guilty, Spencer was found guilty,; and Higgins was acquitted. Monday Afternoon.. -Michael Lawler and Hughes were to day tried on 'a second chargd'of dnttlo' stealing, Lawler being found guilty andi Hughes acquitted. The following sen-. tonces were passed :--Marhall, for in decent assault,;; 2 months'; MirhAliillp cattle stealing, 17 months'; Hughes, 16 months ; Lawler, ,16 moilLths aid 18 months, concurrent; Spencer, 18 months.
MELBOURNE HOP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
MIELBOURN1E IlP MARKET. Not much actual business has yet been allowed' to transpire. We note, however, an indication of increased activity in the receipt of samples of new from Gippsland and Hcalesville. Small lots of the early Struen hops have been sold at Is 10,d, but business has not yet opened out regularly. This week 20 bales from Oxley Plains sold at Is 9d. Y'earlings are still quoted as follow :-Tas manian, at 2s to 2s 2d. Victorian, in 1;l:e manner, are held at 2s to 2s 2d. Kents are moving quietly. This week we reported sales of fine at 2s 2d, and a line of 70 pockets were disposed of on private terms. Bavarians are qoted at 2s Id to 2s lid.
Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
Commercial. BAIRXSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, Feb. 27. Messrs. A. MAGARTHRnR and Co. report : Cattle.-Sales at our yards on Saturday last were brisk, and the averages good. We had some .odd lots of 'cattle which we sold readily. We sold 16 cows for Mr. Hoddinott at £2 Ils, a similar lot for Mrs. Waddell, Nicholson River, from 38s to £3 Is, lot of bullocks in forward condition at £4 6s. and other lots of cattle to same figures. Hiorses.-We did. a large trade in horses, 8 head, draughts, for Mr. P. Maling, of Ma noro, averaging £21 ts per head, others to £12, 5 mares, with foals at foot, and un stinted, from Omeo. averaged £9. 9 head of mixed heavy draughts and weeds, for MIr. Garvan, of Manaro, averaged £11 per head, and numerous other lots at some prices. There was a good attendance of buyers, and the biddinlg was brisk.
Latest Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Monday Night. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
Latest 'Intelligence; : [Br ELECRIC TELELIPHi)Qln!. " (PROt OiR owin COuREaPONDENT.) iMELBOURNE, 1"" S: ....Monday Night. i CRICKET. 1 .I, On Saturday the Victorians concluded their innings, and imade,a total of, 249 The En glishmen iitheni went'to tlie'widc kets, and to-day 'thoye conclude'd thieir first innings.; I . i EwoenssitcELisvs -First basings. ilyett; st Blackham, b Cooper ..;..:... 38 Barlow, sub., b Cooper ........:.....:..! :19 Selby, c sub., u Cooper ........................ 1 Bates, b Boyle:....1:..:. .84 Slhrewsbury, hotout .' 75 31adwinter, c and b Coopr:. ....... 12 Scottosi, a Blackhlsra b Boyle..: :.;?:::.:: . 8 Emmett, bPalmer...;.:......... ... .... "13 Shaw, Pam b Boyled.... .......' . Blckln , Shaw, Prite........ 25 PnDonnell, b Midw inter ..................... 12. Horant c Ulyett; b Bates m;3.:.:;i.:': ;.:.23 Baker, l.b.w., b Pente ......... .;...;....:.. 14 Bonnor, c Show,:b'Bates .. ''. .... ....0 Bdoylc,b Bates..'.t:....:..... ...::.....::. : . 4 Turner, ...
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
GAZE TI' N'OTriiCJATIO NS. Contracts for Supply of Forgi' to Police Stations from lst Miarch 1882 to'Feoruary' 28 1883 'ccepted. - Gippslando Distridt : Sale, oats 10s per cental. hay 4s do, strar. 3' do, 11. Cousens; Bairnsdale,' hr.y' 4s 3d' do straw 2s 3d do, A.-R. Maclintosh, onts 8s 4d do, bran 'Os do, 'John Gibson ; Bendoc, oats 7s Gd, bran: 10s, straw 2s,"Kennethl' lPhlil, hay 4e, Norman Cameron; Bruthen; orts 7s' 4d, Alex. Whyte, bran 8s, Iay Gs,' straw 's; John Walsli';':Dogo, 'bran 12s d, ?; .y os, David Phelan, oats 12s, straw 5s,J. Hurley ; Grant, oats 13s do, biun 13s'do, bay Os 9d do, straw 4s 10d do, F; A. Siedenburg'; Ocaeo, oats 4s 6d:do, bran 4 6Sd do; bay 3s :d do; straw 2s 3d do, John Gibson ; Electric Tele graph, Bruthen, bran 8s do,' hay Os do, straw 4s do, .John. Walsh ; oats .7s.4d do, Alex. Whyte. Applications for.. Licenses Approved.-. Bairnsdalc disr;ct; :0. Rloss,.nruals lore, a, Bumberrah ;; J.. Radcliffe, lisherman's real dence, Lairnsdale, 24 and four-...
OUR SWAN REACH LETTER. Saturday, Feb. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
OUR SWAN REACIH LETTER: (FROM OUR OwN CORRnEPONDENT.) Saturday, oel.b 25. Now that the elections are over people begin to settle down to their ordinary: "avocations. wit.h just. a little spice of 'sp'culattidn, as .to: how, our,.representna tivesv will acquit themselves:--f hori:hroe several very important .matters, which have' scarcely, if 'at'all, been .touched upon at the meetings, hold by the various 'dandidates before election.; Among the rest 'thequwstion, of granting, a um to the. President, in.sliat'man?nertliennew officers are to be appointed, who or whiat body! is to sed'after the Tainib.'Villerv' -road, besides many other 'sinor. ql" 'tions will aot ?'an earlyf datett'iegag,. ,the attent:on of(the new Council'bfth-i Tambo Shire ami autnn, humble inidividual whose 'views miy ndt"weigh !for hmuchi, but I am in ?.p1 position, .to. have; the' views of:otliers impressedl upon! . me,';.:and I take it "l, that Ithe desire of the ratepayers is that the' businiess of the now sh're...
PASSING NOTES FROM TAMBO CROSSING. Saturday, Feb. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
PASSING NOTES . FROM lTAMJIO CROSSING. (FRnosw ou OWN:COInESPONDENT). Saturday, Feb. 25. Tile "Shire Couincil elections are now of the past, r.nd;tlhework the members will do is what we have now to think of. Our local native grined a situation in spite of tile tills, ind T ?in': coifident'he will do credit to those who have sup ported him. Though Ilacking experi ence in the routide of public business, he has thle aptitude and will to learn, and has, the basis of good common sense and honesty to work from. What with judges, escorts'. lawyers, clients and wit'nesses, candidates and voters passing:up or down, the Omeo road has been somewhat licoly' during the past few days. His Honour Judge Nolan irod ooh horseback up the Tambo Valley trr.ek while his carr;agoe came up the old roed fom Ilruthen to meet him at the Crossing. He, I understand, greatly applorvd of the new road as far as completed, and considers that the remainder should be pr:oceeded with as Loon as possible, and, I suppos...
THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
TIHE WEEIK. (BY ARuUS.) That Metropolitan of the Greek Church ir must be rather a humorous fellow. As all your readers knosw, the present Czar of Bus. sin, profiting by the example of his father's ,-I denthl, has been living over sinro he came to the throne in the strictest privrcy and ouir rounlded by every precaution agaizist assnes.an" lion, his death having been decreed by the dark tribunal of the Nihilists. 'Under sdich' dircumstances the letropolitan steps fi'ward, aud ignoring the necessities.of tlie C?ar's position, coolly condenins him for 'th 'sdo. eluded life' which .he leads.' This is'ndding insult to injury.with' nvcngeance; for either the primate has perpetrated a very irl-timed joke or lie is inviting the royal badger to comer out of his hole with the certainty of? being baited to" denthivith' bllets 'r blown. to atoms with dynamite. - This is really " too utterly utter," and, in either case, I am not surprised to learn'that even the clement'Czar should ihave decided,...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
MINING NOTES. The mining manager of the Mountaincer G.M. Co., Deptford, reports for the wekend. ing Feb. 22 :-In driving the last 10ft there is a quantity of sparsoandr'qanrtz leGaders some nearly Ift wldne . .We.are now going straight for the. reef that seas worl.ed, nn when it is reached the company 'wilh have the whole upper portion of the hill at their con. tnrnd both up and down tile oragcand gdod air for wrorking.' ''d " . o .. . A meetiing of sharcholders in iiro Great tSuccess'" GM.' Co., Deptford, was held at Burt's hotel on Satnrday last, when th.re was a good attendance. After a desulitrydiscus sion, MIr. So:fe agreed to register the company under tihe No Liability Act forthlwith. The capital will he C12,000 in 24,000 shares of o10s each, tihe promoters retaning 6000 shores fully paid up. MIr. Suofe satcd that he hlad had an offer. to take the clainm 0l tribute at 10 per cent. on the gross yield of gold. Afer some discusrion tlhe consideration of thle mut ter was deferred...
THE CABMAN AND THE SQUATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
TIlE CAIbIAN AND TIHE SQUA'Ik ER. Harry Gordon Glassford,'thle well-known squnatter, of evewburn Park', Maffr, was soud: in the lrelbourne County Court oi Friday last for £300 damages, nrising out of an ne cident which occurred at the, Flemington racecourse on" Cup day. The plaintiff was a cabman inamed Wil'lami Mn-sh, and he claimed damr.ges for injurics received through being knocked down by defendant's horses. , Mr. Hood a?peared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Quinlan for defendant. The plaintiff stated that on Cup day he.' was at the entrance to the hillenrlosure. lie had driven out si:: passengers, and was stand ing near his horse, writing for one of the passengers to getchange. 'he saw two cheus nut horses galloping in'his direct:on.; They had a pair of swing .brs at'ached to them.., He tried t tturin his horse out of the way, but in: doing so he was knocked down by the ches-", nuts, aind jammed between them and his owan - horse. The next lih remembered was waking , up in the hosp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 28 February 1882
A. Macarthur & Co., CATTLE SALESTMEN, Government Auctioneers, Valuators and Arbitrators, &nbsp; Mining and Money Brokers, &nbsp; AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE, &nbsp; HORSES, PIGS, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held every SATURDAY at our Yards in McMillan-street, BAIRNSDALE, at BRUTHEN the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, MAFFRA and STRATFORD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid over immediately sales are concluded. &nbsp; Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John &nbsp; Archibald. Money. &nbsp; THE undersigned, as agents for the &nbsp; undermentioned Societies, are prepared to LEND MONEY at the lowest current rates, in sums of from £100 to £10,000. Modern Permanent Building Society. Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society. Liverpool and Globe Insurance Company. And also for several large capitalists in Melbourne. A. McA. and Co. are also commissioned to assist borrowers...