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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. OMEO SHIRE PRESIDENT'S ALLOWANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
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AN ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
AN A'II'EIPT' Al' SIICIII)E, A very dotrmlined attempt at suicido was made on fVedcesday afternoon by a married woman named Reid, the wife of a gardaner living in Maryborough. Hier husband loft home at about 9 o'clock in the morning, and on returning after 12 o'olock was horrilied to find his wife lying on the bed with her clothing and the budding saturated with blood which had gone through the mattress and formed a pool on the floor. He gave the alarm and sent for tihe police. It was found that the unfortunate woman hald made a most determined efflort to put an and to her existoenco, havig used a butcher's knife, a lango pruning knife, and a razor belonging to her husband. She had made two long, deep gashes on her thront, ono on each side, xtolnding from the ear to the front of the throat, and also two frightful cuts, ono on each arm, on the inside of the elbow joint. Mrs. Reid was convoyed to the hospital in anl apparently dying condition. Before the doctor had completed dressing ...
THE LATE JOHN POLICH. [FRIDAY'S TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
T!'il ,.r.'I1 JOHN POLICJI, I[v? ?A '? ' i, M1s.] Tie mininig public of Gippoland will heaor with regret of the dealn of MiIr. John Polich, who was so well-known in connection with mining matters in the district, Mr. Polish died at the Gipps lald hospital on Wednesday last from phthisis, aged 44. years. The story of tho deconsod's life is a singular one, but of course can only ho glanced at here. lIo was a Hungarian by birth, and his father and other relatives having boon mixed up in the Kossuth rising in 1848, had to fly to Odessa. His first ex ]lorience in mining matters was gained i COnlifornia, in the early dcays of tile gold discovery th,,ri, and from that region he came to New Zoaland about 1801, where he worked in the famous Gabriel's and Whetheortone diggings. From thence lie sailed to British Colum bia, whore he worked at the Carriboo diggings, which, as far as oe was con corned was a failure. When lhe reached the British Columnbian port, there were no means of transit to t...
BAIRNSDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. (Before A. W. Howitt, P.M., and F. W. Drovormann, and J. D. Smith, J,s.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
NEW INSOLMENT'I. TIho following ?houdulus havo bheuI filld with thu Chior Olork of the B.irns dle TIHnolvont Court : William S. Souyour, of lihirnsdule, mnastlr mlurinur. Onulses of lusolvuy : laosuun onu hlu oleotbion, wont of uolploy nount, n ?d prusauro of ucrditors, L . hlllituo, 80l 8 17 (ld I nots,, £878; ldotlllonuy, '£88 T17 (d. O ruorgo Cain, ,ssignuo W. 1B. Thomson, ilnsolvont's lttorllnoy. WillUmu WVhullby, of Ilhrndoleb, foll l ?onger Ind tLnlor. Oauses of tlool. vonluy IooUses through tho doplruuitlnlu In v\lu~l of wool usul louthor, und having to pay ?xcPposivuo ages, libllleton, 43 0 I li Rltd noato, 1C071 10 I ;d dollulanoy, ;C07 Ito (0. 0. truanu, louolreao' uttiaiornev,
OUR SWAN REACH LETTER. Friday, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
011t' SWAN IItECOII IE'T"I'FII, (P11031 OU 01 N oollxnmeSPONDrN'In,) Friday, August 11. 'The usual quiet of this locality was soimewhat disturlbd yesterday by the eleotions for ohir coun1cillor and auditor, and the taking af a Ill on the licens ing qucestion, Groat interest was taken In the elections, particulnrly in that for shiro Onunilluor; i Mr. O'llrion, the old mluulbor, being oppoosd by Mr. Janmes omllonknighl, a now and untried young man, who, it. was felt, was being brought forward by a faction, each side mustered thllir forces, althouIgh not to their utmost by Mlr. O'lrioeu, who, owing to an under stalnding with sui1portors of tho other plarty to pair onf did not got all his frionds to vnto for him hut the other party did not adhlro to the arranllgemet., In spite of such n drawbacl, h1o polled 07 votos nlglinslt his oppolnent's 418 votes. lrl. Mloss, for thIe ulditoralip, polled 80 against lMr, Archibald's 2 votes., lrluthen, however, is consller'od the stronghold of the l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
Melbourne Cup, 1882. CONSULTATION-500 Shares at 10s. PFit H?,rse ..................... 100 Second Horse..................... 60 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters ....:............... ... 30 Non-starters ..................... 20 Address,. eonclosing stamp for reply and exchange added on cheques, to "EXILE," care of L. A. BERNDT. 13airundale. MELBOURNE CUP, 1882. Peeping Tom's Seance. 500 Members at 10s. each. First Horse........................ 100 • : Second Horse ..........:... 60 -Third Hoslo .................... 40 Starters divide ................ 30 Non-starters ..................... 20 Less 10 per cent. commissioin. Address, by letter only, enclosing stamps or P.O. orders, or if chelques with exchange ,added, to "Peeping Tom," care of W. H. ..Rayner, Main-strocet, Bairnsdaie. i.une uwr, man-streoe, nairnsaoe. MAELBOURNE CUP, Scance of 2000 M1 ltediums. .First horse, £1000; second horse, £350; third horse, .£10 ; starters divide, £200; non-starters divide, £100. All ...
OUR SANDY'S CREEK LETTER. Wednesday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
OUR SANDY'S CREEK LETTER. (FROM OWN CORRESPONDENT.) &nbsp; Wednesday, August 9. A woman, a horse and four Chinamen all floundering together in an an old &nbsp; bog-hole. This a scene at Merrijig last week, the leading characters were a chinaman from Bairnsdale named Ah Pin and his inamorata , a dark, mouse coloured beauty, bearing the euphonious and romantic name of Mary Ann. This worthy pair visited the local China store and were accommodated with a bed in an outhouse, at the rear of which are old workings with a perpendicular face of 13 or 14 feet, and from this level is an old paddock some five or six feet &nbsp; deeper, answering the purpose of a cess- &nbsp; pit or receptacle for the filthy slushy and foul matter peculiar to pigs and &nbsp; Chinamen, an encampment of each &nbsp; &nbsp; ipdl being in close proximity. Into &nbsp; this walked or tumbled the lady's pal- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; frey...
FATAL ACCIDENT AT SANDY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
FATAL ACCIDENT AT SANDY'S CREEK. On Thursday evening, the information reached Boggy Creek that Mr. Harry Cross, butcher at Boggy Creek, had been killed at Sandy's Creek at about 1.30 p.m. Mr. Cross had been at work with Mr. R. Bowden, and, from reports to hand, It appears that the two men were undermining a bank when, a mass of the earth split off and fell upon him, killing him almost instantaneously. Mr. Cross had been mining only for a few weeks, and it seems hard the poor old man after setting, at such an advanced age, to hard work should come to such an untimely end.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
MARRIAGE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; VIPOND - FITZGERALD. - On the 24th July, by the Rev. W.P. Wells, at the Wesleyan Church, Lonsdale-street, Melbourne, John, eldest son of James Vipond, of Dorgell Bank, Swan Reach, North Gippsland, to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Margaret Fitzgerald, of Melbourne. &nbsp; DEATH &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; GREENE.- On the 10th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, East Melbourne in her 80th year, Charlotte, widow of the late &nbsp; Emmanuel Charles Greene, and beloved &nbsp; &nbsp; mother of C.C. Greene, solicitor, Bairnsdale. &nbsp;
BAIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
BAIJINSDALE POST OFFI E. For Emu Vale, Fernbank, Stratford, Sale and Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted) at S .30 am. Letters bearing additional two penny stamp taken to 9.45 a.m. For Buchan, Bendoc and Delegate, every Friday at 8 p.m. For Ensay, Swift's Creek, Omeo and *'ongio, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Sarsfield and Brw: :,. overy Mon day, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Cunningham, every 'Monday, Wed and Friday at 8 pm. For Tambo and Nicholson Punts,,Swan Reach and Metung, every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Coongulmerang (Lindenow Flat) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. For Bulumwaal (Boggy Creek) every Saturday at 8a.m. For Toonallook (Noewland's Backwater) Wednesday and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. For NewmeErlla anid Orbost (Snowy River), every Friday at8 p.m. HIours of Attendance-Post office, 9 a.m. to 6,p:m:; Money.-orderfoffBce; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m:, Saturdays 10 a.ms to 12 noon; Tele graph office, 8.30 a.m. 8 p.m. ett.nrs r.;i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
F TiiK otolorolenttd willl nlot Ito mptonoibio 1.for toyl~ ItRItTit ollntroet eti tta,V Unt. Vitoleltlt.-idaiIIO IluTrLOO. Tonibo, ,Ot,02S (' 001) t'lUoIvhaNr~ wiolttet. Lrong JotS. !.Xpid lll t, onc tho tio olleoof tltio iO4llc. IT.OUCIh~IAN. No otherluc need o· 'IXT AIDI), o\ feontie) COOK( or gotteoln rIItt t)A'Ili K ht-Woitw 'INu 'hit tol, rmI 0 1~KV:~, Ott(line, In\ $eintetttvtn~, or, ioioloe'o~ woolt iteeteti, tonl inforotot Ionr I iotnloi of hittite, titone or ottr, 'I'lo. for t Itop~ rou ttt 1,~ t\ttxttttt', llro lout.o~ ~,Nkiit-'t'l tiN Jii vtIIh T1i i Itno of toy1 trttuttiti ofsr hr S n IIt~lt~e ottito::' It itteettifyll u ttltelte ir~to~l T'asust rat (wHOe IstecclI. A Ml1lTli' NG of nil per?iwo ihirreslet 'ln having itr elt lt Swan lcah willh hhld n the 1Inal t o MVoIwr':tilAY Ivoniig lit 7 o'clook.=-lly requlet, A. Rloss. Notice to OwlneI'N of lI;N. 1fItE owners of )ogs lthroughout tihe whola Sof thie Shiro of linlrnsdale who have not yet registaged the' ame are respectf...
LATEST COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
LATEST COMMi\IIEROIAL. Friday's Airyps states :-rThe soles advised to-day, except in a few instances, have not beeo of much consequence. Flour still continues to sell in small parcels at from. £13 1 I to £14, the only transnoctio that has come under our notice being the disposal of 15 tons of a country brand, at £13 15s. Wheat hits beeo inquired for, but at auction in the foronoon, out of over 800 bags, only 180 were placed at prices ranging from Os 7d to (s Od, and up to 7s id. For some of the pareols withdrawn 7s .I d was bid, but 7s 3d was required. This price is now generally asked by holders,? and they seem unwilling to entertailn any offer under this figure. For oats there is a good inquiry, but owing' to the high prices required, we have no sales to refer to. At noution, also, only a very small quantity was taken up at 4s SBd, ' Pri vntely holders have had olters to clear them out, but they are not anxious to sell. Small sales of pens are advised at fruom sss .2d to Ss 3d, wh...
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, August [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
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FLEMINGTON CATTLE SALES. Wednesday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
FLEMINGTON OATTLE SALES.. Wednesday, August 0. Messrs. Dal. Campboll and 'Co. re port :-1800 forward, including one lot of 200 from Mt. Margaret, Queensland. Sales were brisk, at last- week's rates, for prime; others slightly easier. 'Extra primo and heavy pens bullooks made up to £28 10s. Weo sold 81 bullooks from Kilmany Park nveorging *?lC1 18s ; - bulloeks for Anr. Poter Cloment, Pros pect, averaging £12 5s 3d; 25 cows for Mr. E. Doesnilly averaging ;£7 10s Gd ; and 176 for Messrs. M'Donald, Tlomson, Haoddinott, Whitehead and others, at eurront rates.
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Tuesday, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
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MAFFRA CATTLE MARKET. Friday, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 12 August 1882
MAFFRA OATTLE MAitKET..., Friday, August 11; Messrs. English, Peck and Co. re port:--Fant Onttlo.-Nothinig extra good forward ; bullocks, £7 5s to £9 15s ; cows, £4 15s to £6; vanlars, 30s. Stores.-Very few forward, nothing extra good in ,the market bullocksi, from £41 15s to £5 10s; cows, £2 10s to £2 19s. Messrs. A. IM'Loan and'Coo report: -Only mIdo'rato supply forward.. We sold medium fat hullooks to £10, cows to .6. Stores.--Bullocks to £5 10s, cows to £8 s:"v,'anlors £1 8,.