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MARBLE AT OMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
MARBILE AT OMEO. A deputation from the Victorian In stitue of Architects, introduced by Mr. \Vllace, M.L.C., on Wednesdny, re quested the Co unlissioner of Public works to test a deposit of valuable marble which was known to exist about 80 niles from Omeo. They produced samples-of thi stone which had been ob tained on the surface, and reminded the Minister that previous parcels had been annlyre.lJ.i Profefssnr M'Coy and Mr. J. Cosiio:'Newbory, wlo had given a most favoi. lce report upnn them. It wa's desirblel ,"eliey ltlight, that the ,Governoriit"' shoiild tkitk the necessary itelis' for tlhe development of this re sourco. Mr...LYoungsaid t tlhee was no mionc; available forbtie purpose of such undiertaking;; imaq that proposed. He would seek the advice of so:ne genitlemen *who -posseossed, a knowledge of the locality, and if it was found that there was a roneanable. prospect of diFcovering sunli 'a *ilpoPit s tlhat descibed, le would ta(ke s.uchi slops as might be re quired to giv...
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, July 22, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
The Advertiser. PUnBLIsHED EVERY TUESDAY, "THUSDAY AND SATURDAY MT0onRo. Bairnsdale, Saturday, July 22. 1882. SOME time ago we referred to the desirn bility of the residents in the Buchnn district takiiig steps to induoe the Post master-General conceding them a bi weekly mail service betwveen- Buclhan and Bruthen. " The suggestion was ?eordially aipproved of by those directly interested in-thenmatter, and we under stobd that a petitiion was" being prepared with that object.in view. We cnmiot but express iir surprise at the fact that the movement has not -been more vigorously .pushed forward liy the in habitants of the Buchan district, 'nmore especially asl the complaints are loud and frequenit.of the.inconvenience to which they are at present subjected 'through Having oinly a weekly mail -service. Isolated as they coiiparatively are from the centres of comnierce, and having to travel many miles .to .Bruthen to learn the latest news or obtain the most recent market -quotations, it wo...
THE CRISIS IN EGYPT. [AGE CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, 18th July. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
THE CRISS IN EGYPT. [AGE CABLEGRAM.] LoNDON, 18th July. A'. n attempt is being made to rouse the religious fanaticism of the native popula. tiori. A crusade als been proclaimed, and an appeal is being made to all capable of bearing arms to flockto. the standard of Aribi Pasha.-It is reported that the native population of Tanta, an important town in Lower Egypt, savagely attacked the European residents. Frightful scenes of barbarity were enacted, and 80 of the Europeans ate reported to have been slaughtered.-The foreign residents at Cairo, are evincing great alarm at the serious turu which affairs have taken, and fear that the committal of outrages on the part of the followers of Arabi Pasha I? hourly imminent. Numbers have sought safety iu flight. All German and Italian residents bare quitted the city.-It is con sidered bighly probable that the retlre= ment of Mr. John Bright frou the Glad. stone Gorernment, in consequence of his strong disapproval of the policy initiated in regard ...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
MINING NOTES. The mining manager of the Giefit Success Q.M. Co., reports as follows : According to instructions received from the directors, I proceeded to engage nine men' to start work at the mine, a task which. occupied a week, as I found it very difficult to get the number.; df miin required:'. On Monday last I startedlto work, being still two. men short of the number required ; I cannot work to ad vantage with less than three men insa shift. Having baled out the water, -I started to square down the shaft, and completed 13ft. I am slabbing shaft as I go down. -1 have struck the course of the: reef in the' eastern cornir of the shaft. It looks 'ery well, with well defined walls. - It'must bevery close to the reef. .Everything is progressing very well. The men are in good spirits and work well, 'for they say that it looks well. Thelhalf-yearly meeting of the Long Tunnel G.M.' Co.; was held at Scott's Hotel, Collins street west, in 14lth inst., MA.i A. VW. Hartson ins tho'chair. Th...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
GENERAL NEWS. On Wednesday afternoon a flneo litle boy, nearly 5 years old, son of Air. Alexander MI'Kenzie, was drowsed at Egerton. The little fellow wanderod away from boroe, but was almost instantly missed. While the mother was running in one di'eetion, her husband's father, who resided but a few yards distiat, found the unfortunate child in a standing position, with the wafer just coveoing his hooead, in a shallow hole close by. He was extricated, and Dr'. Baroett was promptly in attendance, but life was extinct. At the Wimbledon meeting the Qocen's prize was won by Lieutenant Lauroonce of the Dumbarton Rifle Cops, who obtained 64 points. Admiral Seymour has received instruc tions from the British Governmeat lmiting him to moeasures for the enforcement of order in Alecsndria and to opereaions for the defence of the city. A state school teacher in the Ea"a-at district has been suspended by the Mirt;ser pending an inquiry into certain charges of gross misconduect which haevoben pe...
BAIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
MArt f. Cl.OSE For (Eilllu Vale., ,itrnhlatk, Stratfo:d, 1Sale nnd ltltelolxrno. daily (SuLhndayJL ,xceptd l) at 0.30 n.t. Letter bLearini adltlditional tn. penny stamp tatken to 0t.4, a.m.L For lncllhnn. llende amld lD)lglat,, every Friday at. 8 p.m. For .nlnar, Swift'.. Crooik. Omoll1 and T1'ongli, ever2y +th ,iny, tl inestdty and Friday tat S p.1m. For Sartlild alll 1,. +'"n. overy Mon day, ?edLe?Ltday and V'riat ,t 8 p., For Cunningham, every Mlonddy, Wed andl Friday at S p i I. For Tammbo and Nicholson l'into, Swan Reach and tfetung, every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday at S p.m. For Coonguilaoritang (Lindonow Flat) overy Tuesday, Thursday and Suturday at 0.30 a.m. For Bulumwail (Boggy Creek) oevery Saturday at 8 a.m. For Toonallook (Newhland's Backwater) Wednesday and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. For Newinerella and Orboat (Snowy hRiver), every Friday at S p.1m. Hours of Atteothuceo-Post office, 0 a.m. to G p.m.; Mroney-order office. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays 10 n.m. to 12 noon; Te...
OUR PAYNESVILLE LETTER. Thursday, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
OUR PAYNESVILLE LET'TER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Thursday, July 20. No intelligence has yet been obtained of the missing fisherman, Cole, who is supposed to have been drowned in Lake Victoria during the heavy gale on last Thursday. It was expected that either his body or some part of the boat appliances would have been found ere this; but though the lake and shores have been searched for miles, not the slightest clue has yet been found which wouldl confirm the general opinion. Very little doubt, however, is enter tained by those competent to judge, but that he has joined the great majority. For somne time past the fishing on the lakes has been such only in name. For the past four weeks the average take of fish has not exceeded one basket per Inat. per clay, and still shows very slig~ht signs of improving. In feet the fiShhbg has been so aid (utit slome six o(r sevell of the fishermen lhne been indneed to) search for Iresh fields fIr their lilors, and have left for Port Albert,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
x nt ýs& C3o., CA. TL FL SA LEJ E[,,N, :- C or itenuniet Aucfionteers, Valuators andtl Arbitrators, ?Hining and Money Brokers, AND GENERAL COIMIISSION AGENTS. AUCTION SAL.ES of CATTLE, .. HOR.SES, 1TQS, PRODUCE, LAND, Ac., bs.d every b.:. NIRDAY at our lornk in Mso tillan-street, BAIR.NSDALE, at o?oar?cz the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, MArrnA and STnATFORD when commissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid : er immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Bruthen is Mr. John Ar ehibald. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 22nd July. .30 lHead of Spiingcrs. "" " ACARTHUR., and. 00. are . nfavored with instructions fronm Edward Seanlon, Esq.; to sell by nuction,in their yards, on above (ate. at 12 o'clock, 30 splendi Springers, several of them quiet, broken, and all'young. Tenrts at sale:? Bairnsdale, Saturday, 22nd July. .._, -:..100 Bullocks front -aintiaro.." S- MACARTHUR and. OCO. are . favored; with instrnctions from Alexander Woodhouseo, Esq.; of Manriro; ...
MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, July 19. WILLIAM ADAMSON and Co. report [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
liIELBOURn E DAILY PRODUCE. Wednesday, July 19. mVILLIAz ADAIMSON and Co. report: We held our usual sale to-day, nod below ne give results of actual sales. heese.--The supply is still limited, and prime sorts meet a brisk demand at full late rates;, viz :- d to 9Id. Medium to good realise 8d to 8id. Inferior sold at lIl to 7d. Poutted Btter.-Good potted is scarce anld commands full rates. We quote prime Is 8dt to Is ?d. tMetliun to good Is Gd to Is 7d. Inferior lower. Fresh Rutter.-We had lrot complettilon for all our best dairics at 2s to 24 44i. Medium to good ordinary realised Is Sil to Is ll1d. A few inferior lots lower. Eggs (gun'aoteedL) brought is td to ts Sid. Itacon.-We sold from *Itd to ild, accordl ing to quanity. Hnms.isWe quote medium to prime, 5Gd to 7?d. Honey.---Ve sold 100 tons at prices rang ing from 41d to 6d. Ieeswnax.-We quote 8;d to 10d. Poultry.-Fowls, d4 to ds lld; turkeys, 7s to 12s. Carcase pigs were in good demand f rom 41d to 6d per lb. .
Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
Commercial. DIELIIOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday. July 19. TlE ACSTRALIAN GuA?N ANInD PODUCE Co3IPANY r'eport : l.rendstuffs.-A better demand has act in' for wheat, and os ld and Gs Gtd is readily civen by the millers for prime parcels; we Imve sold.a few hundred sacks; cx store, at 6s lid. - The principal holders decline to accept below' 69s 9. Flouo of approved country brands is at-d13 lOs..with a firm.market,. Barley.-Prime English is now dlull of sale. Yesterday, at the Exchange,w 0 s0old a good sample at s 2d ; feed is at 5s and co Id. Peas remain at cas, but we look?for an ad vance in price. -Grass Seeds:-Nothing doing. We' have someo.fine lines of ryegmrss, buhot annot sell an y. - Oats.--We have no alleration to report. Prime millizig are at4 ds d.tnd4s d od ; good feed ds id; medium 4s2d; and at thesd rates wv.llavolhad considerable sales. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 22 July 1882
Bairnsdale Club Hotel BAIRNSDALE. THIS superior Hotl affords superior accommodation for Tourists, Commer cial gentlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of every convenience and information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. Sample Rooms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. Wo:j?-;"h es and.Spirita best quality. Co sCn e oeineeet al tli stebeh:i: THOS. DUGGAN; Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conve.yances. COBB AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. LT EAVE Duggan's Hotel, Bairnsdale, for Sale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, ISe. T. DUGGAN, Agent. ROBERTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Running in connection with Cobb j. Co., .T EAVrE the booking office, Batt's Hotel, I BAIRNSDALE, for BRUTHEN and in termediate places daily, Saturdays and Sun days excepted, at 8 p.m., on arrival of conch from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, 5s; return, 8s. The above line leave the booking office, Star ...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Thursday, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 July 1882
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Tlhursday, July 20. Messrs. Stratford Strettle and Co. re port:-BIacon Pigs.-Fairly supplied market of useful pigs forward. Bidding spirited for all lots in, enabling us readily to clear the market at about 5d per lb. We held a special sale on Tuesday last of 300 Twofold Bay pigs, at satisfactory prices. Porkers. Limited supply of medium and inferior quality, few good lots being in. Large attendance of buyers, and spirited com petition ; best in rcalising about 52d per lb., and others 5d. Stores, \Veaners and Suckers.--Siull supply. Limited demand at last week's prices. We have been requested by the shire supervisor to state that as no danger to traffic will arise from the works at pre sent in progress on the punt road, the road has been thrown open to trafice for another week. The Colao Shire Council have appointed Mr. P. C. Moroney, of Maffra, as their en gineer at a salary of £C00 per annum. 'Tlhe charge against Mr. Stocks, the head teacher of the Sale State...
SALE CATTLE MARKET. Monday, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 July 1882
SALE CATTLE MARKET? Monday, July 24. Messrs. R. Guthridgo and Co. report: -Fat. cattle higher than previous week. Sales--Bullocks from Bairns dale £5 10s to £8 17s 6d ; others £6 5s to £8; cows £5 to £8; vealers 30s to 40s. Stores have also advanced; demand strong. Sales Bullocks £4 5s to £4 15s; steers £83 to £3 Gs ; cows £2 7 sto £2 12s 6d. Horses.-Market brisk for anthing good. We yarded 50 head, including lot from Bairnsdalo which sold will. Fat Sheep. -Very scarce; sales to 15s for fair quality. Pigs no alteration ; moderate supply yarded. Fat bring 3,d to 4,d per pound. Messrs. English, Peck and Co. re port :-Fat Cattle.-Market much brisker this week, and prices advanced fully 20s on late high rates. Good cattle are very scarce, and any forward command keen competition. Good and prime bullocks, £8 to £12; medium and inferior, £5 17s 6d to £8 10s ; good cows, £6 to £8 10s ; a few extra cows and bullocks have brought over these quotations. At Sale on Saturday nowe sold several p...
Latest Intelligence. THE V.R.C. WINTER MEETING MELBOURNE, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 July 1882
Latest Intelligence. r[B ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH ] S(FROMC OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) THE V,R.C. WINTER MEETING - MELROURN, Saturday Evening. The winter race meeting under the auspices of the Victorian Racing Club was held to-day, and was in every way a I success. The racing throughout was fair, and most of the events were well contested. The following are the re sults : MAIDEN HUIDLE RAcE. D. S. Wallace's Don Quixote ...... 1 T. Wilson's Sportsman ............... 2 W. M'Kenzie's Coquette ............ 8 MAIDEN SEEPLEOHASE. W. E. Power's Cootrete ........... 1 R. Orr's Spring.......................... 2 GRAND NATIONAL IIURDLE nRACOe. T. Naghten's Rhesus................. .1 R. Howia's Lothair ..........;.. 2 oGRAND NATIONAL STEEPLEICHASE. Robertson and Wagner's Great Western ....................... '1 R. Rowe's Chrysalis 2......... 2 W. Pearson's Breechloader - ..e... 83 sELLING HURDLE RAOE" • J. Morrison's Glenoraii ..... ...... 1 M. Neylon's Van Tromp ........ 2 F. Long's Saladin ...:.........
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 July 1882
GAZ?IfE NOTIFIOCATIONS. Appointment.-Wm. Sherwood and .Tas. Davis to be trustees of the site for a ceme tery at Harrietville, rice T. Breen and D. G. Wilson, resigned. Insolvency Court.-Bairnsdale has been appointed a place at which Insolvency Courts shall be held in the Eastern insolvency district at such periods as the County Court will be held therein. Revision Court.-Monday, the 31st July, has been appointed the day for holding a Revision Court for the Shire of Tambo. Polling Place.-The post oflice, Ensay, has been gazetted a polling place for the Bruthen riding of the Tambo shire. Recreation Reserve, Bairnsdale, tempor arily reserved from sale.-In addition to and adjoining the site permanenitly reserved therefor by order of 12th June, 1882, also withheld from sale, leasing and licensing, and excepted from occupation for mining purposes, or for residence or business under any miner's right or businese license.-Two roods 13 perches, county of Tanjil, town of Bairnsdale, situate i...
LATEST COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 July 1882
LATEST COMMEROIAL Breadstuffs remain very firm ; a parcel of 60 tons of flour sold at £13 10s, and 75 tons in lots at £13 10s, all for net cash. The town millers, in consequence of the further rise in the price of wheat, have advanced the mill price to £14 10s. With regard to wheat, the small quantity really offering in the market prevents much business being done. Three lines, covering in all 1000 bags, have been quitted at Gs 8d to 6s 8?d, but these prices do not tempt the large holders. In feed grains there is not much activity. A few sales of oats are making at a range of prices from 4s id to 4s 3d, according to quality. Barley for malting purposes is rather out of favor. Tasmanian is offering rather freely. Maize unchanged. Peas sold at 5s. Bran is getting secarce again ; is 8 d paid and is 9d wanted.
MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 July 1882
MELBOURNE, Monday Night. A band of larrikinis numbering about 20 on Sunday afternoon went on board the steamer Hungarian from Foo Chow, at present lying at the Sandridge pier, and during the absence of the officers, and after assaulting the crew, composed of Mongolians, stuck up the cook and stewards. They broke the customs seals on the lockers with the object of getting at the grog in which they were disap pointed. The young ruffians left the vessel before the police who were sent for arrived. The Commissioner of Customs has received a telegram from Gabo Island this morning intimating that the Go vernment steamer Despatch nas gone in search of the South Australian vessels Silver Stream and Helen White. A well.known expert pickpocket, giv ing the name of William Simpson, who has successfully plied his vocations for some time past amongst the departing trains, steamers and omnibuses, was de teeted on Saturday and arrested. Robinson Bros. and Co., of Mel bourne, have offered to supply...
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, July 25. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 25 July 1882
The Advertiser. PUnlalSHED EVERY TUESDAY, TIIUiSDAY AND SATUoDAY OORNING. 1Rairnsdale, Tuesday, July 25. 1832. WVITH the exception of agreeing to a few clauisu~ in the Railway Bill, the members. of the Legislative Assembly have absoluteplj wasted another fortnight in wrangling over a measure introduced for the benefit of the Melbourne Omni bus Company, and in the enactment of some of those scenes which have tended so much, during the past few years, to .hold.tho:pnpular lranch c o our Legisla turoe p to ridicule and c.ntempt. We have become accustomed to the eccen tricities and antics of the Gardiners of the Assembly and to the unseemly language and personal attacks of such members as Meossrs. Dent and Woods, but when Sir Charlcs M'Mlahon and Sir Joln O'Shanassy step into the arena, and not only encourage the in dulgence of language such as we refer to, but take part in disgraceful personal attacks, which have of late been for too frequent, then surely it is time for the country to ...