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STOCK AND STATION REPORT. Wednesday, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

S STOCK AND STATION REPORT. Wednesday, July 20. Messrs. DAL. CAMPBELL and Co. report : SStore Cattle.-There is a good demand for this description of stock, and really good lots of 3 and 4-year.old bullocks meet a ready sale. Store Sheep.-We have numerous inquiries for good young wethers both in Rilverina and Victoria, also for ewes in lamb in Riverina. Now that the roain has been general, buyers are prepared to operate both in the wool and for delivery off the shears ; and we would ask our friends to favor us with particulars of any shbeep they may have for sale.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

SPORTING NOTES. (By AncnHMEDnA.) Next Monday the nominations for the Maiden Plate and the acceptances for the Hurdle Race and Midwinter Handi cap must be sent in to the lion. secre tary of the Winter Race Meeting, Mr. Howard Stoney. Owners- of horses nominating must bear in mind that although the entries will be sent in only three days before the races, yet the com petitors will be one year older when they run than when nominated, for Monday being the 31st July, the following day all the animals will add another year to their age. This must be specially borne in mind in connection with the Maiden Plate, for the owners will have to put up the weight for age at the time of run ning. I again and finally direct attention to the fact that nominations for the Omco Mares' Produce Stakes of 1885 must be sent in by Tuesday next, each nomian tion to libe accompanied by the fist instalmhent of the sweep, namely, Ills. 1 hope a good few nomuilntions will Ie sent from this part of the district, ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

W ANTED, a good general SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. PtTTS. ANTED, a female COOK or general {{ SEý?RVANT. Apply Mrs. WV. CAL VEIRT, Bruthen. TO CARRIERS.-WoVanted, TEAMS to deliver sawn timber at Bjairnsdale and Stratford. Apply Carron Sawmills, Delvine, Fernbank. IENDERS wanted for stripping 2000. S bushels of Maize, more or less. Ten ders to be sent in to J. OALVERT, Bruthen. ELBOURNE CASH STORE is a buyer of any quantity of first-class HONEY.-T. G. PoTerro.. lirutlaen Biding Election. A PUBLIC MEETING of the Ratepayers of the Bruthen Riding of the Tambo Shire is called for SATURDAY (this) evening, at 7.30, at O'Reilly's Star Hotel, to take into consideration matters in connection with the municipal election for that riding. lKinsing- Friend. IF this shabould meet the eye of ABRAHAM NICHOLS, he is earnestly requested to write to his mother. Any one knowing his whereabouts will greatly oblige by communi-. cating his address to Mrs. GEOnrE NIsHoLs, Clydebank post-office. Public Notice. I ...

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MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Wednesday, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Wednesday, July 26. Messrs. C AIPBErLL, PRl.ATT and CO. (late M'Culloch, OnCampbell and Co.) report : Good, serviceable well-broken in horses are in active demand, and high pricesobiainable. The supply of fresh animals is much under requirements, and the few to hand dluring the past week met a firm market. Heavy draughts have had usual brisk inquiry, and rates t?re very firm for staunch piullers. Omnibus and rough harness colts are in de mand, and any now ready would have aquick sale. We have sold outside one lot of extra heavy draught mares at a full figure, and at the bazaar carriage pairs, according to quality, fromn £60 to £90; superior hackneys and harness horses, £28 to £46 ; hunters, to £85; erdinary hacks and spring-cart sorts, £8 to £14. Extra heravy draughts sold from £45 to £50; medium and heavy, £28 to £35. Country horses sold at £13 2s per head.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OUR OMEO LETTER. Wednesday, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

OUR OMEO .ETI'ER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Wednesday, July 26. Yesterday evening and last night we had one of the heaviest falls of snow that has occurred hero for years. This morning, when the good people of Omeo awoke from their slumbers, nothing but a mantle of pure whiteness was to be seen, and so soon as they began to get about '9 snowballing" became the order of the day. It was great fun I In one - place could be seen an otherwise staid and solemn storekeeper busy defending himself from the assault of about half a dozen small boys, and in another, our usually quiet and respectable postmaster was seen making a savage dash at a poor and decrepit old Chinaman. Two of our local J's.P. (the shire president being one), were to be seen beating a. mnasterly retreat fromn the assault of three females and a valiant woodcarter; and in the melee, our respected bank manager received a souvenir which con vinced him, by ocular demonstration, that the snow was not so soft as it looked. F...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, July 28. Messrs. English, Peck and Co. re port :-Store Cattle.-Very short sup ply ; prices firm at nlate quotations. Good bullocks £4 10s to £5 5s ; cows £2 10s to £3 15s. Fat Cattle.-Good sorts in great demand ; bullocks £8 10s to £12 5s; cows £5 5s to £8 10s. We soldl privately a lot of inferior bul locks from Bairnsdale at £7 5s. Messrs. A. M'Lean and Co. report : -Fair supply forward; prices firm at last quotations. We sold fat bullocks to £11, cows to ten guineas; one extra prime bullock from Mewburn Park at £25 15s, one Mewburn Park cow at £18 15s ; store bullocks to £5 2s; store, cows to £2 19s ; vealers to £1 13s. The following tender was on Thurs day provisionally accepted by the Rail way department :-For constructing a line of railway from Everton to Myrtle ford, a distance of 16 miles and 46 lhains, Messrs. Joseph Law and Co., £39,006 1s Id.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, July 29. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Saturday, July 29, 1882. ANYoNE who watches minutely the pro gross ef current events, can readily account for some things which, to less observant individuals, would appear in explicable. The other day the evening offshoot of the leading Conservative organ intimated that the Governmnent had appointed Mr. Ford to superintend the carrying out of the works at the Lakes' Entrance according to Sir John Coode's scheme. Taken by itself, the information iniparted by our metropolitan evening contemporary is rather singular. The measure providing for the ports and harbors works is not before the House; there has been no question asked the Government respecting this bill, and yet, without warning or without reason, the Lakes' Entrance scheme unaccountably comes prominently to the front, like King Charles' head in Mr. Dick's mn'emorial. Viewed in connection with all the surrounding features of the case, however,...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

LATEST COMMERCIAL. Operations reported during tihe day show a better market. Trade sales of flour are reported at from £13 15s to £14, while for a parcel of 50 tons £13 1os has also been paid. Wheat has com manded increased attention. At the public sales, 500 bags submitted were cleared off at Gs 8}J. We also learn that a line of 5000 bags changed hands privately at full market rates. After the auction sales, Gs 8}d was offered for several parcels, amounting in all to 1000 bags, whilch, howover, was refused. We are infaormed that 5000 bushels of wheat have bern disposed of in Adelaide at Gs Sd, without bags, a price equal to Gs ltOd, bags included. Oata are very dulls, and although seia 2000 bugs were ol'oredl publicly, anthing coubll he sold, 'ivatoly, a sanall quanltity of fine heavy oatt was quitted at s 4da. Ilarley has only baas deialt in privsately, lwhen 100 bags unilting are pilanced at 5as 1l. A paarsalt af h'ata blags faading deia riptlofls uas quittled at fran is to Is 01...

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BAIRNSDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

B AIRNSDALE POLICE COURI'T FRIDAY, JULY 28. (Before Messrs. Howitt, P.M., and Drevermann, Smith and Johnson, Js.P.) William Kilpatrick was charged by R. C. Smallman with deserting from his hired service. The defendant had entered into a contract with Mr. Smallman to serve him for one month at 7s 6d per week, but had bolted after serving only a couple of days. Mr. Stuart, who appeared for the defendant, said that the only defence to advance was a legal one, that the lad being under 21 years of age was not competent to enter into any agreement that was bind ing-in fact that any agreement to make it binding would have to bear the signature of the lad's parent or gtiardian tile same as required in the indentures of an apprentice. Tile bench, upholding Mr. Stuart's objection, dismissed the case, but without costs. William Bray was charged by the police with cutting timber on Crown lands without a license, and pleaded guilty, but affirmed that .he was not aware that a license was necessar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

•' . acartlir & Co., .CATTLE SALESMEN, ".ovdrtilent Auctioneers. S Valuators nd Arbitnrators, .Mining anud LMoney Brokers,' AND GENERAL COM13IISION AGENTS. AUCTION SALES of CATTLE. HA ORSES PTGS, PRODUCE, LAND, &c., held ever, .i TUJRDAY at our Yarda in ??'illan-street, A?AIRN5DALE, at Oauirni the last Thursday in each month, and at SALE, MAFFRA and STRATFORD when commnissioned to do so. Account Sales and cash proceeds paid -ver immediately sales are concluded. Our Agent at Brnthen is Mr. John.Ar chibald. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 29th July. 150 Ewves in Ilnli to i Iipre brcA Leicester Ban. A MACARTHFUR and CO. are . favored with instrietions from the oswi'er, Win: Hodgson, Esq., to Sell-by Auction, in their yaids," ou the above date, at 12"o'clock, 15o0 first-class Merino EWES; in lamb to a pure bred Leicester ram. Those are a valuable lot of sheep, and worthy the attention of farmers and others. S Terins at sale. Bairnsdale, Saturday, 29th :July. 18 Boxes of Tenn dy or...

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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

MELBOUR"E DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, July 26. . WILLIAM ADAMSON and Co. report - Cheese.-Very few consignments coming forward, and prices hardening. We quitted prime from 'd to 101 ; medium to good 8d to 8Od ; inferior at lower rates. Potted Butter.-The market is still hare of supplies, and prime sorts bring is 8d to Is ld, but as fresh butter is coming forward a little more freely, buyers will not lay in heavy stocks, and for largo parcels a reduction on prices quoted is demanded. Mediumt to good realises Is 5d to Is 7d. Inferior lower. Fresh uttter.-Biddings were very spirited for all our heast dairies, which realised ?s to 2s id, inedinit to gooI realised Is 1ti to Is 11 Jd ; inferior lots lower. itggs hrvo fallen cousiderabl y,, and guuran. teed lots sohl to-day froms ho ld to ls 71d. Bacon.-We sold country cured from 43d to 6Id, according to quality. iHams.--We quote medium to prime, 5id to 8d. Iloney.-We quote best garden Gd to 7d ; bush -fd to 5.d. Beeswax is selliug at 8sd to...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, July 26. THE AUSTRALIAN (GRAIN AXD PRODUCE COMPtANY report : Breadstuffs.-Wheat has advanced to G6s 10d for prime parcels. We have sold some good lines, ex station, at 6s 91d. The mar ket is firm, and the price is still advancing. iFlour is £13 10s to £13 lbs for approved country brands. Oats continue in fair request. We have sold good stout Victorian feed at 4s 3d, mill ing at 4s 4d, medium parcels of feed from Is Id to Is 2d. Stocks are very light, and New Zealand prices are prohibitive to duty being paid upon this grain. A good demand bhas set in for Adelaide, and the late arrivals from New Zealand have gone direct there. Barley is in fair request. Prime English is at Is 4d, feed at Is ]sd. Peas are at Its. Maize 5s 11 to ls. Grass seeds-No sales to report.

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PAYNESVILLE BOAT ACCIDENT. Friday, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

PAYNESVILLE BOAT ACCIDENT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Friday, July 28. The boat in which the unfortunate man Cole went out on the 13th inst., and of which, together with his body, no trace could be found either by the police or the fishermen, was accidentally discovered yesterday by one of the fishermen while engaged in his usual occupation. Having set his nets in Lake King, at a point midway between Raymond Island and Shaving Point, he found on drawing them, that they were foul of some object,   which upon examination proved to be the jib halyards and block of a boat, a further inspection of which proved them to be that of the missing boat. As the weather was so stormy, he simply fas- tened a buoy to the rope and left her, but it is intended to raise her to-morrow morning. The boat is sunk in about five fathoms of water, and fully a mile and a half from the nearest shore. As the body of Cole has not been found, it may be that he became entangled in some of the ropes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

3BairndaleClubHote -. .. . BAIRNSDALE. rHIS superior Hotel affords unperlol .1 .acoommodation for Tourists. Commer. cial gentleinen and Families. Visitors t< the Lakes can be sure of every convonlence and information. :.Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. : Sa ple Booms.' Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. -.-*'Wines and Spirits, best quality. . - * rConveyancesameoto al the steamers, THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor (Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) .. Conveyances. ~ COBB AND CQ.'S Royal Mail Coaches. LEAVE Ddggan's Hotel, Bairnsdale, fox Bale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted. Return fare, 15e. T.'DUooA., Agent. BOBnE TSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Running in connection with Cobb 4· Co., LEAVp' the booking office, Batt's Hotel, BAIBNSDALE, for BRUTHEN and in termediate places daily, Saturdays and Sun days excepted, at 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Bale. On Sundays at 10a.m. Fare, 5s; return, 8s. . " The above...

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TAMBO VALLEY ROAD. Wednesday July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 29 July 1882

TAMBO VALLEY ROAD.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Wednesday July 26. I noticed in a recent issue of your paper some one writing that he had not heard of Messrs. Sandy and Mills having risen the men's wages. After the strike at the lower camp their men never struck, but placed all confidence in their employers, and it was not till four days after the strike that one of the men asked Mr. James Sandy what the wages were. None of the old hands that knew Sandy and Mills asked. He was told 8s. They will have their contract finished in about three weeks. I hear that they have about 30 men, having taken on a lot of Mr. White's men, who said that they would not work for him any more, as they would sooner leave the Tambo Valley road. The reason they assigned was about the provisions. They blame Mr. White, but there, I think, they make a mistake. There were 13 more going to leave last Satur- day night, the best men of the lot. It looks strange that at the lower camp there is noth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 August 1882

P" ,IT. IC IKO IX DtAY. TIIURISDAY NEXT, 3rd August. Midwintor Race Meeting. W E, the nnderigned, hereby agree to CLOSE our respective places of business on 'TIIUtISDA, the 3rd August, at 12 o'clock noon. J. and t. lBeslcy J. C. Dahlson C. Swan Ben. ohlnson It. and J. Patterson WY. E. Armstrong All. Smith W. I. Rayner L. A. Berndt It. Bull and Sons W. and D. Potter T. 0. Paotton J. Aitken T. B. M'Crindlo 0. II. Cole. Pulblle Notlce. O WING to the continued scareity and high price of Fat Stock, the following will be our Prices on and after August 1 : VIb V lb ltonst leef, 3ll to 51 Legs of Mutton ... Gd Steaks ...... 4( to id Fore qr. Mutton... 4d Sausages............ Sd Clhops .;......l.... . id T'rilpe ...... ....... d Pork* .....I band ld Fore qre. oDef ... 21d lid qrs. lpef ... 3d lFore qr. LaTmb ... lid-qr: Lamb .r . dos Corned Beef, l3dtolid Corned Beef, per Veal, sata pri rosb eef 1001bs ......... 20 JOSiEPH IItECKLEY C11AS; IIAYIVARD ANunsw Ilono JosEPn BOYOar It. Ktn-Mnonlt ...

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SALE CATTLE MARKET. Monday, July 81. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 August 1882

BALE CATTLE MARKET. Monday, July 81. Mlessrs. R. Guthridge and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-Good quality slight ad vance; others firm. We sold bullocks from Bairnsdale, £8 15s; cows, £4 2s Gd to £4. 15s; calves, £1 10s. Other bullocks, £7 7s 6d to £9 ; cows, £6 15s. Store Cattle.-We yarded 300t, and sold all ; bollocks, £-1 5s to £5 I9s; cows, £2 4s to £3 5s. Horses. ---lal high rates mauintained. Sales, drlughts, £15 to £26 10s; Indianis, £12 to £17 ; harness, good, £25 to £30. Shoeep.-Firm : half-fat lambs, 7s 3d ; ewes, 7s Gd wvtlhers, 11e. Pigs.-Fat sold up to 5d, per lb., stores dull ; good supply forward. Messrs. English, Peck and Co. Ie port :-Fat Cattle.-Good sorts very ncaree, anly comling forward command brisl competition, tihe majority comning into thei local market being little better than good conditioned stores. Good bul locks £8 10s to £14, do. cows £7 to £9; none or two very prime odd beasts higher rates ; medium and inferior bullocks £7 to £8 10s, do. cows £4 5s to £6 10...

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Latest Intelligence. OMEO, Monday, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 August 1882

Latest Intelligence. [BY ELlOrll0 o TI'rLO.GOAPI ] (PnROM oUmr OWN CORREBPONDINT.) OMEO, Monday, July 31. To-day the following nominations woro rpeoived for two vacancies in the shire council, E. D. Fitzgerald, rotiring councillor, J. J. Johnson, C. F. Mit choll, Thos. Pyle and B. Middleton. For the office of local auditor thero wero two nominations, E. -I. Goodnlough and . I-I. Ilodgon. The lentter's nlolinatioll was declared informal conse qulont on the £10 deposit not being en closed. Mr. Goodcnough was therI fore declarted duly elected.

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[AGE CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, July 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 August 1882

[ACGR CABLEORANS.] LONDON, July 27. Arabi Pasus has witldrlawn his troops from the neigihborhood of iamlueh. t11 is now busily engaged fortifying Iis strong hold at Kafrdaur. which is situated 171 miles to the south.east of Alexandria, on the railway line from that city to Cairo. Oherif Paslmn is procetdinug with the task of forminig a now Ministry. The Khlhdive has alroady approved of the appointmont of Oman Pasha to the important post of Minister of War, which until recontly was hold hy Arabi Pasha.-Arabi Pashla is again advncoing on Ramiloh with a largo force. His intention is to storm tho Iritish ontrenchments. Ito lias aont a despatelt to tho Snltan, in which ho protests eompla tically against an otcnpation of Egypt by Turkish or foreign troops, and expresses his dotormination to resist to the utmost any ntttempt on the part of tho Sultan to introdueo a Turkish military foreo.-Tho tribes of Bldouin Arabs, who at one tinto hold aloof from Arabi Plisha antd avowedI their loyalty ...

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MELBOURNE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 1 August 1882

MELBOURNE, .Aloaaliy Night. A number of Clhinmelt were pro ceeded against at the City Police Court, this morning, for conducting Chinese lotteries. In one case against AIu Ty, defendant, who had been previously fined £10 for the same ofl'ce, did - not appear. The bench inflicted the highest penalty, vie. £50, and £5 5s costs, in lcfault distress, and in further default three mouths' imprisonment. Way Sing pleaded guilty, and was fined £10 with £5 5s costsl; the second case against hIin was withdrawn. Quong Chow and iChung 'ip were similarly charged, but did not appear ; they were both fined £15 with £5 5s costs, in default three mouths. I.n another case, the defen lant pleaded guilty, and was fined £10 with £3 Is costs, or three months. Statonments of a sensational character were made in the ITotham Court, this ,morning, during the hearing of a charge cf larceny against a young man named John Johnson IIughe", a seaman employed in the Intercolhinal trade. Hughes was charged witl havi...

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