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Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

Latest Intelligence. rBv ELeiI'urItLC TELEOIRAPl ] (FROM OUR OWN COtRRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, WVcdncsday Night. Groves has decided to recommend the Cabinet not to impose an export duty of £8 per ton on wattle bark as desired by the tanners. Several persons inte rested in the cultivation of the wattle hIave protested against the proposal. One person offers to supply two to three thousand tons, at £7 per ton, in two years. The entries for tie National Agri cultural Societ's horse parade on the 14th inst. closed to-day, and were the largest ever received-the number being 243, including 32 imported draught stallions, 124 colonial, 42 thoroughbreds, and 22 trotting and coaching stallions. The barque Hazel Holm, which left Launceston on Monday for Talcuann.' and Concession Bay, on the west. coast of South America, put in here to-day in consequence of the mutiny of the crew Prior to leaving Launceston two of the crew-Steele, the cook and steward, and Fry, an able seaman-who had beeon lodged...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] WAR IN EGYPT. [AGE CA[?] LONDON, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

Ill1 W.111 IN 1;141'1'4` It _N 1,111111i1 :\iir u> 1 1i hwlimol~v 1111 Ib1, wi16111u\ 1 1 of ill', Wilk k~p 1111\'i 1111 v o1 ineiit ensued whlichl sted till nightfall, when the English troops witihdrew lhaving successfully accomplished their objclt, which was to ascertain the numbers and disposition of the Egyptian ar'my. 'Thel loss on the linglish side was very trifling, but several hundred Egyptians were killed'and taken prisoners. Arabi Pasha's troops retreated in disorder, dispersing in a variety of directions. They are stated to be thoroughly disorganised. Tihe Bedouin Arabs are actively support ing Arabi Pasha, several thousands having joined his ranks. It is his inten tion, with the main body of his army, to oppose the advance of British troops into the interior, whilst to the Bedouins he has assigned the du'y of defending the shores of the canal and the coast fort rmsses of Egypt.-The native population of Egypt are still blindly devoted to Arabi Pasha, and feel the fulle...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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MINING NOTES. GREAT SUCCESS CO., D[?]TFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

lMINING Nf1I . GREAT SUCCESS CO., D PFORD. A special meeting of thei rectors of the above mining company wa. old last week to take into consideration th nining mana. gor's report. Tho mamnago cing present stated that he proceeded work as usual on the Monday mornihg, t when the 8 o'clock shift should hLrs no on the men did not put in an a?oan co. IIHeo made inquiries, and found'hat y were on the spree, and totally ufilt t perform their duties. Further inquries owed that half of the men were unallo to roceed to work. Acting on the instreetio given him by the directors, that to sh 14d not employ unsteady men he dacido to suspend the works, it beig imp ssib to work to ad vantage unloe full land 1. The directors approved of t1actie n of he mining mana gor, and exp~esod their full determination not to tolera3 unstoaly meon in the mine. The manage was accordingly instrunted to obtain ia oliablo body of mon and pro ceed with t1 sinking of the shaft with as little dolay , possible. Now Go~IH...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OUR TAMBO CROSSING LETTER. Tuesday, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

N'l dlRI V1 W IN rt1rt 1'l l~, , \ 'tn placo looking pretty iivel:J if payabid reefs are opened there it v11 ito a great benefit to the district genert y; I road two or three weeks to in the yeos mant portion of the Australas c of a curious disease that had affected hores in the Geo. long district. Fat anitmals,4hort of water and suddendly ridden hard~ ore the ones affected, and from some dera nement of the action of the kidneys were eited with a sort of paralysis in the loina td hind quar ters. An Instance of a sitnlir attack has come under omy notice ohere the case of a very fat grass-fed horse bro ht up by Mr. Richardson, the police cons >le stationed at Bruthen. Though looki in all other respects perfectly well, he s anmoet lost the use of his hinder limbs. ?erhaps some of your readers may be ablh throw some light on the subject.

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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EUROPEAN ITEMS. (AGE TELEGRAM.) LONDON, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

,URIOPEAN ITEMIS. (AGE TELEGRAM.) LooNom, August 7. ThoWreatened strike amongst the meombsof the Irish Constabulary Force has cononced in earnest. The police station in Limerick, after repeatedly warninithl overnment that unless their dbands Tir increased pay were at tended they would resign, have to-day struck a body, and at the same time have nounced their fixed determina tion nco return to their duties till all their pvances are redressed. This action the part iof the Limerick police has mivith the approval of the con stabuls force in Ireland generally. The ltist contingent, to the number of 8001sve sentt in an ultimatum to head-qrters, announcing their inten tion (inmmediately resigning unless their drands are acceded to. A t disturbed state of afftirs exists at prelt in South Afrie . The Zulus are sub, and a revolt seems inmminent. Thaoer, rwho have recently Ibee3n neroiane in Wietern Zuhollantd, have jiSt sisheud ia severi deftst on the torlder lthe h lads of seun, of the Zulu...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. POISON[?] PARROTS AND COCKATOOS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

ORIGIIL COlRRESP'OND0ENCE. POISONIU PARROTS AND COCKATOOS. TO TIIEDITOI OF TIHE ADVERTISER. Sir,-Asery farmer and landowner ought to wage rntless war against these pests, I send yoqu extract I out out of a farming paper Un~t subject, where it states that the dose mesned has the most remarkable effects in?ling both parrots and cockatoos : -Quantitbf wheat, 301bs; strychnine, noz; acetic nalabout two tablespoonsful; water, 2& pints;~h mixing put tie strychnine into a cup, pe the acetic acid over it, stir until the stryotne is thoroughly dissolved, pour it into i?ssel with a I of a pint of water; place it ri the lire and bring to a boil, then add balso of the water. As the above mentionequantity of wheat is too much to thorough mix at once, it will be found more cornieit to halve the wheat into a kerosenen mnl pour half the solution over it, stir :rously until the liquid is com pletely dirbed, let it stand over night, it is then rca to be sprinkled lightly over the land wsv the...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

THE MELBOUfNB01 CUP. The first forfeits were declared on Monday. The following "horses were left in the Cup : st. lb. st. lb. Da ebin, S yrs 9 0 Saionara ...... 6.12 Commotion,Syrs9 3 Attache, Cyrs... 6 11 Lord Burleigh S 12 Lavinia ...... 6 II Barber ...... 8 9 Trans erred, 2 Savanlaka ... 8 9 yls ...... 11 Poctor, 5 rs... 0 Coorcena, 3 yres 6 11 lMn tindale ... 8 Harebell... ... C:. 11 First Water ... 8 Morpeth ... ... 0(1 Suwarrew.lyrs 0 4 Prima Donna... 6 10 Cunnanmlla ... S 2 Rupert ...... 10 The Drummer S 1 Golden Butter Boswoeth, 6 yrs S 0 fly, 2 yes .. 6 Liberator. 3 yrs 7 13 Ironmaster, 2 Pollio, 5 yrs ... 7 13 yrs ... ... Waterloo, 4 yes 7 13 Scandal, 4 yers 6 9 Segenhoo... ...7 12 Hobart, 2 yrs... 8S The Cear, 5 yre 7 12 Waxworks ... 6 S Canary. 4 yrs... 7 11 Annandale ... 6 S Sensation ... 7 11 Cetewayo ... 7 aronlet .. .. 7 11 nryan ? 'Lyn (7 Sweet Swilliam 7 11 Pr5methas ... 6 7 Crystal .. 7 10 Mistake. 2 ys 7 Sunset, 6 yers ... 7 10 Wizard, 4 Ies... G 7 A?syrlhanos .....

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

SPORTING NOTES.. Comments on the late race meeting. have .to be postponed till next issue. The settlement over the meeting will be held to-day, when it will be found that everything has' terminated satis factorily. The protests against Ned Kelly will have to be dismissed, the secretary of the V.R.O. having replied by telegram that the Sarsfield programme and the results of the races appeared in the Calendar. Sarsfield is included in the list of races which are recognised by the V.R.O. The following are the nominations for the Omeoo Mares' Produce Stakes :- Mr. J. Calvert's.Daphne Mr. J. Calvert's Nancy Bell Mr. O. Young's Miss Middleton Mr. O. Young's Jeanette Mr. O. Young's Gentle Annie Mr. S. H. Young's Gulnare Mr. E. Gray's Queen of the Prairie Mr. E. Gray's Aurora Australis Mr. E. Gray's LIdy Hnghendon 'Mr. H. Wood's Mazeppa Mr. H. Wood's Lady in Black Mr. W. Culvert's Juanita Hr. W. Calvert's Mishap Mr. W. Culvert's Beeswing Mr. W. Calvert's Decoy Mr. A. P. Chauncy's Ladybird M...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

OIIEO SiIiIRE COUNCIL, TuscHDY, AunusT 1, 1882. Presoent-O. F. Cunningham, presi dent, and Crs. Coughlan, Rodgers, Fitzgerald, Tait and Ohauncy. UOIIIE? PONDEI?OIE. From Secreotry of Public Library, stating that the funds in hand would be handed to the council on the conditions named in the letter received from the council on the 7th July. The president pointed out that the letter only gave the council the use of the building for one year.-Deferred until conference to be hold at 8 p.m. Letter and telegram from P. B. Wal lace, MI.P., stating that the Government had granted i£150 for Wombat and Granite Flat road. From Public Works departuient, stat ing that £150 would be granted for work at Wombat and Granite Flat road. --Iade an order of the day. From P. B. Wallace, 5M.P., stating he would support shires in getting license fees.-Roceived. From Conmmissioners of Amsterdam Exhibition, with circulars, &c.-Re coived. From Treasury, re municipalities hav ing control of police.--Ma...

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OUR OMEO LETTER. Monday, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

OUR O?IEO LETT?.ER . (FROts OUR ow. cORRESPONDENT.) Monday, August 7. . On Suturday night last a meeting was held at M'Millan's hotel, Swift's Creek, to hear the candidates for municipal honors express their views. A good .m many rate payers were present, although I am given to understand only a few votes were repre sented. Mr. C. J. Bennett'was voted to the chair, and Messes. Fitzgerald;PMitchell, Middleton, Johnson and Pyle addressed the meeting. As I was not present I am unablo to give you a report, but from all I hear Mr. Mitchell, the local candidate, appears to stand the best show of being returned. To-morrow night a meeting is to be hold at Omeo Plains, where, it is anticipated, matters (as is usual at the 'Plains) will be pretty lively. Some rather heavy cases are oet down for hearing at the next sitting of our County Court; Mr. James Parslow sues the Omoo Shire Council for £150 damages, alleged to be. caused through the neglect of the de fendantsin not keeping a crossing ov...

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REV. J. TUCKFIELD'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

REV. J. T'JOUCKFIEL)'S LECTURE, * On Wednesday eveiing a highly into. resting and scientific lecture was de livered at the Wesleyan Church by tho Rev. J. H. Tuckfield, on "Ochlose mites and other mnites or the power of the microscope." The Rev. Jas. Gralham, the minister of the church, presided over the meeting, and after singing and prayer, observed that the age we lived in was notorious for many things, and anmong-t others .for lectures. The nineteenth century was truly an age of lectures upon a varioty of subjects, from iho most remote things in creation to those nearer to hand-from the remotest star to cheseo mites and other mites. There wore some persons who disapproved of lectures. on the sdca tlat it lrevoented people from readilng atnd striving to ob tain knowledge for themselves. Heo approved of lectures, for it was not every ono that had time for reading and study, and if in listening to leotures it caused people to make inquiries for themselves they evideatly did some goo...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
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OUR PAYNESVILLE LETTER. Wednesday, August 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

OUR PAYNESVILLE LE'I'ERI. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Wednesday, August 7. I have not time to write mesb. The body.of T. C. Colo was found this even-. ing by T. Robinson, one of the fisher men. The body was drawn to the sur face by his nets nearly one and n half miles from the shore of Raymond Island. It appears strange that the.body.nover roseto t the surface, bt Robinson says a strong pull was needed to start its rising to the surface, so that it must hare been caught in a snag. When found the body was in such a decomposedstate that it was thought iniadvisable to attempt to take` it ipto the boat, so it wasoe securely buoyed ?!and: ahiihored. There is a largs contused wound on the left temple, which inust have been re ceived before death. A strange' event in connection ;with the finding of the body took place. Robinson was ashore loilinig his billy to have some ten before starting to lift his nets, and while ashore found Cole's hat about 30 yards inshore. The conclusion was at o...

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BAIRNSDALE LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, 3rd AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

IIAlRlNSDALE LANDI) BOARD, TIIUnsDAY, 3rd AUGUST. (Before Mr. W. If. Gregson, Land Officer.) 1. 0. Ritches, On10, Colquhtun, junction of north arm and road to the Entrance.-Re conmcended. 2. John lell, 7a Lr, Colquhonn, north of I resenat holing.-lecommended. ., F. L. Stronach, 381a Jr 24p, Coongul. lnlerng, west of Stewart's.-Withdrawn. .i. \. . U. Ioddinott, 20a, Italrnsdale, al. 1.1 meot 205A.-Reconlmloeded. ii. C. C. .t'Donald, 13l tnr 3op, Goon Nure, abandoned by W. L. M'Donald.-Recom mended. fi. .1. B. Smyth, 80n, Wuk Wuk, north of present holding.--Recommended. 7. W. Twitchett, 83an r, Btumberrah, cast of Butterfeldi's.-Reeoinmended. 8. Henry Swan, 860 20p, Bumberrah, east of present holding.-'Postponed. 9. W. It. BIrearley, li9a Sr 19, lumberrah, east of Rutterflold's.-Recommended. 10. A. 'GOillivray, 191a Ir, Bumborrah, north of George Whelan's.--Recommended. 11. Bryan Kelly, 70a, Bumberrah, north and cast of T. Cunilngham's.-ORecom. mended. 12. T. Cunningham, 140n, Bumberr...

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GAZETTE NOTICIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

It,º*1MI'li Niº'PI1+11+-ºY'NlNNt A\ u M,; y mi N \ 1ýN+4N 11,111wo\ hat %A 11 N1, +\t+1CNt++!t++1,h 11H' 11111+hN\!1114`1\la 111 owlu by ý ;\1118\411ý;NNh. +14\Y t+f ý;1i4d 1++1ý'","NCý' t 1+\C\d1+1ý IIm %lowClh+V1+11 t+ý +1 C= Ni `CC+1}H Iºdl}+1t`ldht I+1 10WA 14 ýýIy+Na+111w4ý +1 %M d{Rºi11,9 I,ýa\ýý,, º, Ftrot and Another, Aberfeldy and WValhalla road ; .. P'olick, Little Creek, Dargo. Applications for Licenses Approvod.-Mi. Bourke, J. I. Rawson, Bingomungie; J. .S. IHodgson, Joseph Fitizmaycr, Cobungra; Jos. Sandy, Tongiomunljic; John Whyte~ Jammo Whitc, Satmuel II. Young, IHinnomuajie. Transfers Registered.-,Tacob Rledenbach, Bruthen, to Daniel Redenbach; Francis Woods, Bendoc, to John Nicol; Michael Kelly, Numnblemunjio, to Michael James L.eonard; HIenry Paul Goodwin, Boodyarn, to George O. Bulrnett. Alplication for Lease Approved.-George Mlll'iidd, Bete Belong. Courts.--Revision Courts will be held at Balirndale and Omeo on Friday, the 18th inst., at 10 o'clock a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 10 August 1882

TIIE PEOPLE VANT PROOP.--Thee is no medicino prescribed by physicians, or sold by druggists, that carries such evidence of its success and superior virtue as BoscI?EE's OGEisutA S"RUt for severe Coughs, Colds settled on the breast, Consumption, or any .liseas of the throat and lungs. A proof of that fact is that any person afflicted can get a sample bottle for 9d and try its superior effect before buying the regular size at 4s id. It has lately been introduced in this country from Germany, and its wonderful cures are astonishing overyone that uses it. Three doses will relieve any case. All chemists and storekeepeos. Wholesale by RoctE, Tourstrr and Co., MIelb.urne THE CHEAPEST NEWSPAPER In North Gippsland Is the BAIRNSDALE ADVERTISER. THE SUBSCRIPTION to which HAS BEEN REDUCED to 6S. per Quarter. 6g. PUHLTSIEID three times a weeook, viz., on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, with a Literary Supplement on the 'latter day, and 'requountly an extra shoot during the wook, THE l? AIRtNS?Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882

ite REMtIll tiltlll l & cJ., CA'ITlLE 8A.1?E MEN, oVermltllll All ioneerN, Valuarttrs anld Arbitrlators, llulir nl tl dllll uIory IrolierM, ANDI (IINIIIIAI (O"IIINRION A(IINTH,. A 1O'l'lIN SAILES of OCA'1'I''Ii, i (11011H , I'I s, lI'llol)1I 'l, LAND, &o., hold ovr'y n.. T' II AY It our Yaiid.l II M t'lillun.ntlrc ' , IIAINIIN )AI.x, uI |111urn11 the Inti I 'lh11?Idy in11 month, N11id t MAIN,I nt AnrI IA 11n f11 lV A', oni1 wlhIII ooulIIplnwtilod to Io do. Acount Sole"n nid oiah 1pro1odM pld ovelr Illlmlaotly unle rs r onoauoded. Our Aenlt l. llruthol In Dlr. JTohn Ar. llthnlid, SISA I III b Al 1 ANNhAL. ANHorso Parade, Ullt ANNlhA I10111 lhAllADII of iool d n111u 11 Draughtl 11l ICut 111r , rood1 Oren, nlo d the Il'lo ll Pnly of llllm lin, wil h ,titutibly, lIId Sep?? mberii', AI 11 IIn,l, hu'rp. Ownelr will pleasle forwnt\l to olr ollalue tI1 nnnt , 11a,?, , , t dlu e, n11t thi 'rluI In1 whluh the I nllllll III'O to Kl'Y 1 III 'iiir fllint a1 orre?t l, I \y hoA prI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882

Bairnsdale Club Hotel . IAIRNSDALE. TIIIS superior Ilotel affords suporior a onoommodation for Tourlsts, Coulnor. cial gntllemon and Familios. Visitors "l tlO lnas can be suro of overy convenience and information, Commnodious lrivato Sitting Rooms., Comnmeroil ]loom. SSamploe loomn. Billiard ]loom,. HTot and Cold lBatlhe. Good Stabling. ..V::inos anid Spirlts, beot quality..':,. "Convoybj nces moot all theo steamers. THOS. DUGOAN, Proprietor (Lnto of the Criterion l Hotl, Salo.) Conveýymuces. COBB AND O0.'S Royal Mail Coaches. L]EAV, D]ulgan's Ilotel. tairhnsdnlo, fur Sale nt la nm,(. dily, Sntlany exceptld. Return fare, l5a. IT. DUnoAN, Agont. RO1IPA1TSON, WANINIll & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, lhlotilng infulat 't1io with,1 Cobb t1{ Co;, LM :EAVE ,tlo booking oflico, Uintt's Iotol, .Ir1mANSlAL1, for 1IltUTIIIN ninld.in" tclrtidilato?jitibs ila!ly, Slturdaiys and il n. dyk cdiy~eio c;l ili 8 pmI on arrivnl 'o lonuch fiora Snlo:u: On Slldays In?o 10n. ]Fora,' s...

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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882

Bllh1,tiItI\I),?li I),(III1 I'IIOIIUOIU. \\i.tlll?t Allnso nd Co. Iport , Olhaulos,.-'l'lTh nlltlty ooti?t Io\orol IN ullto I \IItun tlat h' II'For tntlo t U Itlnt, an r?lc1e~s ' cl 1114l 11, \\'u sold 11i 111 u 1 \\' lur urits from 11d to IN otld, Aludto m qualittlun lhl to01 01, Infrlor, (FO to .11d?, Potted Ihtttr.-Thu ttnrkot in vorot lht of utllllbo, ?l \\' only hadl I fro Dsk ol' inutdi? sto Podt ih.lo'lntvhtlh rettllnuo lat 71 to IN tIt, W\a ounot I?nfIlr II ilt to In l(1. Itrlsh llmtor I'rtoon oro ttutottottt owing to Ithe t Itty ). pott oulud, atd tho lluttttd S ll. l t`ot. privatt dttirtts btrootlhtt N 0o .N It t I tlM tlll to tl o good, Ito I d to Is II ? t Cig . .s.-(.tturattl vd) Sold fnm I l Old to Is alnonl.-\We sold untmtry oured f.mn' 11d Ilunoy.-(ltardon, Iltl t to Id I hIsh, to1 to itotottvax-h \ uotrt r t Iott Itoo it to \Its ttl t Itiultr, toN !l, Utlittnia pig rtuititod to Ot tit to 111 pr lb, ntuctlorins to codt ionllllt adlt attlll.

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Commercial. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882

Commeroial, .ll-,rlliAlUltNl IRAIN I R KIiT. We\\'ndlOSr y, Augltl U, TII .\TllaAhIhA'N (IIIAIN ANI) 'ItoinuoI oa2ll'ANY ropport I: tootUtrlIItt,-AK wo nlllotll tnod, ivhenthln tldvylnuud to Il, mntl I d ltlllull tt o pIeoulu nt ts K irino, Flour Ilon Iln armor a £1'Il ItS to 4011, Itoll thn llrkl It pues for hoth wIent and lolur iu nlldvnlllli, ltlo,-(lood Mol1 \'tlor nolin wu 111 ll0 vuo soldt a1l bl I ,, litettnll fIeO I oo t11, OKt tlonitoy Wit ptinnoso t oot Iitto mninoitkU wIth 1110oI nuksi, Non Xounlll ?Ilollt hlll0l o, ulud into , it NJd I mIll llng ot IIt ld to ItK ld I ht t Iluhu l I l0o wio do lutiw to eOll, ior ill out lIln I t oli IlroI ololll qtnlllty, Ilnluyt IN tllllttlot to qutlL lur o i? i to Its lIt i?otd lIot i ? Its l, i'is III\I't , it?s n i alltl lllllit , Iiidvant ed to 84i Ito ," II; ,

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THE WAR IN EGYPT. [ARGUS CABLEGRAMS.] LONDON, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882

TI[E WARE IN EGYPT, [AnousH UAtllCOlnaAs.] Lonlno, Auigust 8. Tho diffmculty which ithas existed be twoon England and Turkey, irogarding the despatch by the latter of troops to Egypt, is now abating. .It hIas hoon arramged that the Turkish troops shall rendezvous at Rhodes ponding aconven tion with England whilch will be endorsed by theconforanco.-England and Franco still hesitate to accept the proposal made at the conference by Count Corti, the [Italian represoutative, for a joint naval protuotion of the Suez Canal by the Europeon Powors.-Tho Lascar sailors who refused to serve on board the trans ports used for convoying troops from India to Egypt, on account of thteir symnpathy with the Egypti o Mlloham tedans, haIv overcanme their objootions and returned to worlc.-Eight spies desptolhed to Alexandria by th?e enemy have been discovered and captulrod by the British military authorities in thait oity.-Thirty-five thousand.mon of the militia hae vohlunteercd to serve in Egypt.-Owing ...

Publication Title: Bairnsdale Advertiser And Tambo And Omeo Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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