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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
Bairnsdale ClubHotel BAIRNSDALE: THIS superior Hotel naffords superior Saccommodation for Tourists, Commer cial entlemen and Families. Visitors to the Lakes can be sure of every convenience and information. Commodious Private Sitting Rooms. Commercial Room. .Sample Booms. Billiard Room. Hot and Cold Baths. Good Stabling. W?ines and Spirits, best quality. S Conveyances meet all the steamers. THOS. DUGGAN, Proprietor .(Late of the Criterion Hotel, Sale.) Conveyances. COBB AND CO.'S Royal Mail Coaches. LEAVE Duiggan's. Hotel, Bairnsdale, for Sale at 10 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted.. Return fare, 15s. T. DUoGAN, Agent. R'OBERBTSON, WAGNER & CO. O'Reilly's Telegraph Line of Coaches, Rcunningin connection with Cobb G Co., IEAVE'the booking ofilce, Batt's Hotel, BAIRNSDALE, for BRUTHEN and in termendiaite places driily, Saturdays and Smi days excepted;lat 8 p.m., on arrival of coach from Sale. On Sundays at 10a.m.i Fare, 5s; return, Ss. . The .above line leave .the booking office, S...
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, August 15, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
The Advertiser. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY MOR'NEG. Bainusdale, Tuesday, Augst 15, 1882. REFERRING to our remarks in Saturday's issue respecting the proposed reduction in the width of Riverine-street, we may state that we base any observations we may make thereon on the broad premises that, on the subject of the curtailment of a public thoroughfare, it is expedient that the views and wishes of the rate payers generally should be consulted, and most unreasonable that the question should be left in the hands of the few property holders in the immriediate vici nity of the street proposed to be reduced in width. The movement has been very ingeniously and quietly initiated. The letter :requesting ithe council not to oppose the application madeo to the Minster of -Lands came before the shire council at their April meeting, and its purport was, we can readily understand, only thoroughly understood by one mem ber--who did nibt deemn it neceessary-to enlighten his colleag...
Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
Commercial. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Monday, August 14. M3esrs. . MACAnTHUR and Co. report: Our yards were empty on Saturday with the exception of some odd milkers and half a dozen head of horses. This continued and undoubted scarcity of fat and store cattle is causing dealers to travel up the roads in search of supplies, and we canl only repent our former advice to our constituents, not to sell in that way, but take the open market, as where there are manly buyers a much more satisfactory figure can be obtained. We quote prices as followsr:-Forward bullocks of large frame, £5 is to £0 15s; small framed to £4 Os. Bullocks from 4 to 0 years old are much inquired after, and condition is not so much considered as the health of the cattle. Cows are equally in demand from £2 to £3, and an unlimited market. Fat cattle are eagerly bought up in the yards, and holders could not do better than fetch them forward. Horses.-Very scarce ; no fresh mobs have been here for some. and the first ...
[AGE CABLEGRAM.] LONDON, August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
- - X AOEG CABLEGMnAa.j - ONDsoN August 11. Tlie steamer: Orient leas arrived at. Alekandria eitli the Duke'of'Coniingiht 'iud a detacihment of Ingllsh tlroops on: boand. The Duke of Connauiglt shortly after the Orient had anchored in the harbor landed for the purpose of paying' .a visit to the Khedive at the Ras El Tin palace. The meeting between the Duke and the Viceroy was of.a cordial eharac ter, the Duke taking the opportunity ofI assurinig his Highness o6i the part of the Queenn that the conquest of Egypt formed no part of the policy of England in s?cdinig troops to Egypt. The Duke complimentedl the Khedive on the loyalty wi'hieh he had shown in upholding the English allianice, which lihe stated Her Majesty fully reciprocated.. As soon as the Khedive's authority was firmly re. established, and the protection of the Suez Canal effectually guaranteed, the British troops would be withdrawn, the object of their despatch beig not con quest, but the restoration of order aniid confid...
EUROPEAN ITEMS. [ARGUS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, August 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
EUROPEAN ITEMS, AseGUB TELEGRANIB.] LONDON, August 10. In the House of Lords to-day the Marquis oat Salisbury protested against the Arrears of Rent Bill as modified bye the Government, but said that he con sented to pass it, as his colleagues in the Conservative party considered that it would be unwise to reject the measure during the present foreign crisis. It is reported that there have been' serious riots among the Mohammedansi of the important coast town of Beyrnlut in Asiatic Turkey, directed against the Christian inhabitants. The Ladies' Land League in Ireland has been dissolved by tihe action of the ladies who formed it. LONDON, August 13. General Ignatieff, the well-known Russian statesman and late Minister of the Interior; has been arrested by order of the Czar. The cause of this action on the part of the authorities is at pre senit unknown, and the intelligence of the arrest has created'great excitement in Russia. The pan-Slavic tendencies of'the general are well known, an...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
SPORTING NOTES. (BY ATll?nMEDF.S.) The Smuggler mare Tide has, Iami informed by Mr. Alex. Smith, been re purchased by him from Mr. D. S. Wal lace. Tide has performed well on both the local and metropolitan turf; and I am sure I shall be glad to see her once again carry the black and.blue.to vic tory. After her turf career, Tide wvill" prove a valuable addition to .the Alex lea stud. : The hurdle race mare Alma is, liun. derstand, to be " art-unioned "shortly. .There ought to be i o difficilty in dis. posing of the, tickets,,for; I am con vinced that withpproper.treP.tment she has a race or two in "h'erb Wlen only just in o the 3rd, aid more like a miud Slark tlihen anythling, ,shio rani a most respectable'mare, and tho lucky wiiner will have a chance of making sometiing * worth having boit oh1 er. ' j I perceive that the racehorse Napo leon is for sale. ,This son of Iinlpudence has performed well, and should readily find a purchaser.. : :-. i As the time for holding the great racing...
PILOTAGE RATES, GIPPSLAND LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
PIILOTAGE RATES, GIPI'SLANI) LAKES. The following rates for pilotage in the Gippslandlakes lave been approved and gazetted :.. For sailing vessels or steamers under sail only-Fromn outside the bar to inside, or vice versa, 3d per ton; £3 maximum, 21 minjmuum. - From inside the bar to Bairnsdale, or sice versa, lid per ton; £1 maximum,??1s mini: mum. From Bairnsdale to Sale, or vice versa, Id per ton; 10s maximum, 10s minimum. Steamers and vessels towed by steam. From outside the bar to inside, or vice versa, 2id per ton; £2 maximum, 15s minimum. From inside the bar to Bairnsdale, or vice versa, lid per ton ; £1 maximum, 10s mini mum. From Bairnsdale to Sale, or vice versa, id per ton; 10s maximum, 10s minimum.
OMEO LOCAL LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, 10th AUGUST. (Before Mr. James Stirling, land officer.) [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
OMEO LOCAL; LAND BOARD. T apnsA, 161thuvoUST. (Before Mr. James Stirling, land officer.) Annie Johnston, 320a, Numbiemunngie.-, iecommended. W?m. Johnston, :320a, Auyor.-Recom mended. .. Peter Johnston, 277a, Numbiemungie. Recommended; subject to excision of road. Margaret. M'Dougall, 320a, Numbie mungie. This included portion of land ap plied for by Messrs. Campbell for sale. BAs there were no objections, the application was recommended. .R. Rawson. John Barley and John Wil liam, all applied for an allotment abandoned by Geo. William. S0 acres recommended to William and balance to Barley. Florence Worcester, 205a, Hiinomungie. --Recommended. S. Tetu and Thos. Greenwood, 10a, sec. 40, Cobungra.-Recommended to Tetu. Thos. Greenwood, 20a, Cobungra,- sec. 49.-Recommended. 'Charles Gallagher, 10a, Jinderbone.- Recommended:. Mary Jane Doyle, 318a, Bindi.-Recom , mnended. Alex. White, 3a, Hinnomungie.--Recom mended. E. Fei;ris, 1809a, Jinderboie.o-Recom mended. - . John MI'Carthy, 200a, o...
MEETING AT OMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
MEETING AT 0.IEQ0. The five gentlemen who offered their services to fill the two vacancies in the Omeo Shire Council addressed a largo meeting of ratepayers at the Rechubite Hall on Wednesday. Mr. Cunningham was voted to the chair. Mr. Pyle first addressed the mceeting. He said he had not much to sany, but first the question arose as to whether it was advisable to divide the shire into ridings, esy throe, Swift's Creek, Tongio and Ilindi, and Omon and Omeo Plains, with three councillors for each riding. He considered the Tambo Valley road of tile first importance, and steps ought at once be taken to bring this about. IHe blamed tile IBairnsdale shire for the delay. He thought a great improvement could made in the engineering. Was in favor of a qualified man. He would expend all shire money on tile main roads, and was in favor of a water supply. Mr. Mitchell then came forward, and stated that his principal reasons for doing so were that the North Gippsland portion of the shire was en...
THE ACCIDENT AT SANDY'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
THE ACCIDENT AT SANDY'S CREEK. Yesterday Mr. Kelsall, J.P., held an inquiry touching the death of Henry Cross, a miner, who was killed at Sandy's Creek on Thursday last by a fall of earth. The evidence of Robert Bowden went to show that the deceased and witness were at work in an alluvial claim on Thursday, and witness, hearing a noise, and looking round saw a lot of earth had fallen and that deceased was beneath it. Witness removed the earth as quickly as possible, but found Cross was dead. Witness believed that about 15 cwt. of earth had fallen.-- Constable Toohey having given evidence as to visiting the scene of the accident and to the marks he found on the body, his worship gave it as his opinion that deceased had met his death by a fall of earth the result of a mining accident.
WRECK OF THE FEAR NOT. [ARGUS TELEGRAM] PORT ALBERT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
WRECK OF THE FEAR NOT'. [ARGUS TELEGRAM] &nbsp; PORT ALBERT, Saturday. Mr. Charles DunKley, captain and owner of the schooner Fear Not, 22 tons register, from Lakes Entrance to Mel bourne, was brought to Port Albert this morning by Mr. Jonn Hanby, keeper of the lighthouse on Latrobe Island, where the light has been discontinued. Cap tain Dunkley and two sailors were wrecked on the Hogan Group, about 30 miles from Wilson's Promontory, through a violent squall striking the vessel at 2 o'clock on the morning of Tuesday, 25th July. The schooner broke her moorings and dragged on ao the north-east point of Big Hogan. The captain and his two men had to abandon the ship at 4 a.m., and the weather was so violent that the Fear Not broke up on the rocks in less than an hour. The vessel was uninsured. From the time of the wreck until Thursday last the men subsisted upon penguins and a few fish which they caught, for nothing was saved from the wreck except a few articles of clothing.. Th...
GAZETTE NOTIFICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 15 August 1882
GAZET'TE NOTIFICATIONS. Returning Officer.-A. W. Howitt, Esq., P.M., has been appointed returning officer for the G ippsland Province under the Legis. lative Council Act 1851. Application for Water-right License. J. A. Wallace, Bright. Lands Temporarily Reserved, etc.-Site for road purposes, also withheld from sale, leasing and licensing, and excepted from occupation for residence or business under any miner's right or business license: Eight acres two roods thirteen perches, county of Benambra, parish of Cobungra. Applications for Licenses Not Granted. Peter M'Allester, 320a, Yambulla; RI. H. Gibson, 40a, Langwarrin. Open for Selec tion, 25th August, at 9 a.m.: James Flanagan, 15a, Wonnangatta. Applications for Licenses Approved. James Sandy, 62 Tambo; James Matthews, 313a, Guttamurra; Sarah Doneal. 76a, Co bungra; John M' Larty, 40a, Tongiomunjie; Tohn Toland, 12a,. linnomunjie; Samuel Culbert, 49a, Goon Nure; Henry Matthews, 8Sa, Baiinsdale; Rose Lucas, 2r 30p (gar den) Hinnomunj...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882
Melbdurne Cup, 1882. CONSULTATION-500 Shares at 10s, First Horse ......................'100 Second Horse..................... 00 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters .......................... 0 Non-starters ..................... 20 Address, enclosinpg stamp for reply and exchange added on cheques, to "EXILE," ecare of L. A. BER.?DT, Bairnsdale. MELBOURNE CUP, 1882. ':Peeping Tom's Seance. 500 Members at 10s. each. First Horse....................... £100 - Second Horse...e..........o...... 60 Third Horse ..................... 40 Starters divide .................. 30 Non-starters .................. . 20 Less 10 per cent, commission. Address, by loitter only, enclosing stamps or P.O. orders, or if chleques with exchange ; added, to "Peeping Tom'," care of WV. H. Rayner, Main-street, Bairnsdale. "I'ELBOURNE CUP, Seance of 2000 or e lediums. Firstohorse, £1000; second horse, £350; third horse, £1150; starters divide, £200; non.starters divide, £100. All s:lett. .Address (with s...
BAIRNSDALE POST OFFICE. MAILS CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882
SBA.I?NSDALE POST OFFICE. XrALs CLOSE For E?mu Vale, Fernbank, Stratford, Sale .nd Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 a.m. Letters bearing additional two penny stamp taken to 0.45 a.m. For Buehan, Bendoc and Delegate, every Friday at 8 p.m. For Ensay, Swift's Creek, Omeo and Tongio, every ieonday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Snrsfleld and Br Unl'. every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Cunninglanm. every londay, Wed and Friday at S p on. For Tambo and Nicholson Prnts, Swan Reach and 3.etung. every Monday, Wed. nesday and Friday at 8 p.m. For Coongoulmerang (Lindenow Flat) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at . 9.30 a.m. For Bulumwaal (Boggy Creek) evejy S Saturday at 8a.m. SFor Toonallook (Newland's Backwater) W_ ednesday and Saturday at 9.30 a.m. For Newmerella and Orbost (Snowy River), every Friday at 8 p.m. Hours of Attendance-Post ofmee, 9 a.m. Sto 6 p.ii.;, toney-order office.10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 12 noonz Tele graph oflco, 8.l0 a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882
ITAN'lTrD, a respectable YOUTH cs iiii V Apprentice. WVM.. GItosE, Saddtler Bairnsdale. W?XT A ED, a good gneralSERVAN.?? ,VApply to Mrs. PITTS: WANTED,' a ficli C00K or general. SERVANT. Apply MrsI?.Apy r. J. CAL vetLr, Lindenow. , ; rJlENDE?lS are invitedfor the erecitioll of a I wooden Ilotel at the Lake''.:Entrince. Plans and specificntions caniib seeii at Mir. Petlerleno Club,lHotel, Bairnsdale. and teii ders to be inthle hainds of tlhealehi:ect, lIr. T. Swan, bhy the 19tl inst.t., o.j IpENfDElch:nre invited until Thuih~aly, 24th1 I inst,; for the erection of a large BARN; labor onily ; bush materials. For further i;ipar ticulanrsipply to JOSelPH'A. TAYLOR' IINIIDEIS' wanted for cutting about (ii . canins main DRAINS at Clifton Park, at per cchaic. Partictulars on application there. Tclders to be icn not later than olrd AugsctL addlreoedl to Mr. J.Iol Silvester, Clifton Par k cNre of Mr. loreow, Auctioneer.. Balidlrud Cle Lasttnoratl anstil .Atricuilturall Mociety. :' A MEETING...
OUR OMEO PLAINS LETTER. Saturday, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882
OUR OMIEO PLAINS LLr''EII. (vnosi OUR ows CORnnESPONDnNT.) Saturday, August 12. 'Tlhe remanrks re the-president's dinner in my last produetion appear to have given grent unImII)rag to acertain section of tihe ) eniites. I have been informed tiit shortly' after tih arrival of tihe papeprs. containing the objectionable article the LE c l GOver'inmuent officials, &c. (Iheaded by our postmaster) were seen rIushling albout in the most frantic mniner lobking fercopics.of the Adoer tinee), nidi pernaing tile iiriticle with mut tered imprecntions and thlreats of dire vengeance on tihe lead.nf -your devoted correspondent. From what 1 had lieard I fully expectedl to be annihilated lwhen I- arrivedl in the camli of the enemy a few days afterwards, and regretted tlhat I hadl forgotten to take tihe." old flnmily relic" which las lheen immnortalised by ybur Omeonenrri'sliolident. However, I fortunately ecscipled ind Ieturned home, a sadder and a wiser man. lIut seriously, I really hlad no...
OMEO, Wednesday, August 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bairnsdale Advertiser and Tambo and Omeo Chronicle — 17 August 1882
Wednesdiyl; AsuiFst 1I. The annual meeting of tlihe Omeo Shire Council was- held yesterday. Councillor Coughlan ..was voted to the chnir. Councillor Tait moved, and Councillor Rodgers seconded; that Councillor COhauncy he presidcnt for the ensuing year.. Tile motion was carried. By an oversight no allowance was voted to theli president. The newly-elected president then invited his brother cbun cillors to Chittenden's :hotel, when the toasts incidental. to such occasions were drunk and responded to.